September 17, 2014
Delicious Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops

Delicious Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops

Summer time, ice cream time, right?
But what about something that does not melt away in seconds when it is too hot outside?
Or even something that you can take away, for a friend for example.

I am talking about Cake Pops here, but these will look just like ice cream, placed in ice cream cones, and are coated with yummy vanilla and chocolate candy melts.
These are so fun, so yummy, I tell you.

My nephews and my niece loved them, just look at them and you know what I mean. I know you want to take a bite, or two…
When I was a little niner, I was, probably like every child, obsessed with ice cream, so crazy about it. When I was in kindergarten, I even counted in scoops of ice cream, not in cents or our currency, it was allll about ice cream! I always told people that my goal was to open up an ice cream parlor when I was old enough. Oh dear, childhood dreams.
Things changed obviously, but these are great memories and I love to go back and think about my childhood, the way we used to daydream so much as kids. It was just amazing and I am very thankful for that.

Now back to my recipe, inspired by wonderful Bakerella. Since I still love ice cream a lot and absolutely adore Cake Pops, I thought I’d give these a try.
And they turned out super cute.


My niece Amy enjoys her Ice Cream Cake Pop.

  • Prep Time 20 minutes
  • Baking Time 30 minutes and longer
  • Difficulty Easy

For the Ice Cream Cone Cake Pops:

    Utensils /equipment / decorations examples that I use.


  • 1. Now, start off by making your favourite Cake Pop recipe. I usually make the no-bake Oreo version, it is faster. But the usual Cake Pops are awesome too, I just make these not too often.
    If this is your first time making Cake Pops, please visit my various blogposts for Cake Pops recipes, such as: Sweet Heart Cake Pops, Bright summer colors: Cake Pops, Yummy, Oreo no-bake Cupcake Lollipops or Cheesecake Pops. Just browse through my Baking/Cake Pops section and you will find something, I am sure :-)

  • 2. Now, when your Cake Balls are done and firmed up int he refrigerator, add a cake ball to your waffle cone to make it look like an ice cream scoop. I usually have to break something from the cone off so the Cake Ball fits.
  • 3. Now melt your candy melts of your choice (I use Merckens Candy Melts).
  • 4. In this case you do not need lollipop sticks. Simply add a cake call to your ice cream cone and add the heated pink candy on top of it (I used a spoon), let it drip to make it look like real ice cream, or put a cake ball in your candy coating and then plop it on the ice cream cone, which is, a little messier :-)
  • 5. Quickly add some sprinkles before the coating dries.
  • 6. Put it in a styrofoam block to dry completely
  • 7. Once the pink candy coating is dry, add the brown candy coating on top of it, with a spoon, let it drip again on the sides.
  • 8. Put an M&M candy on top of it. Et voilá :-)
  • 9. Now let it dry, in a styrofoam block
  • 10. Remain doing this with the other cake balls until you’re done.

Note: These are GREAT for kids’ birthday parties.

And summer parties!

Have fun making these!!
niner :-)

About niner bakes

Hi I'm niner - I blog about cake pops, cupcakes & super healthy things: green smoothies, matcha, super foods & more! Welcome to my blog, I am thrilled you're here :)

22 comments

  1. Great job! You did so beautifully… they look just like ice cream!

  2. Great job! You did so beautifully… they look just like ice cream!

  3. Another great idea! I think it is about time I cheer up my family with something sweet like this! Thanks for the great ideas!

  4. Another great idea! I think it is about time I cheer up my family with something sweet like this! Thanks for the great ideas!

  5. Another love, love loooove post Niner! My, *you* have been a busy bee! ;-) Wish I could come over and have one of these delish delights!

    • Awww Marian, yes kind of a busybee for mom eh? Thanks for your awesome comment, wish we could sit down together and enjoy some of those sweet treats from both of us haha.. :-)

  6. Another love, love loooove post Niner! My, *you* have been a busy bee! ;-) Wish I could come over and have one of these delish delights!

    • Awww Marian, yes kind of a busybee for mom eh? Thanks for your awesome comment, wish we could sit down together and enjoy some of those sweet treats from both of us haha.. :-)

  7. Your photos are just divine! Beyonndddd perfect. I should be used to this fact by now :) Gorgeous post indeed

  8. Your photos are just divine! Beyonndddd perfect. I should be used to this fact by now :) Gorgeous post indeed

  9. I love these!! i am excited to make them this weekend for my children to take to day care for their class valentines treats!!! i hope mine turn out as good as these look lol :)

  10. I love these!! i am excited to make them this weekend for my children to take to day care for their class valentines treats!!! i hope mine turn out as good as these look lol :)

  11. Hello. I plan on making these, but need to transport 20 of them. Will they stay well in the styrofoam? I’m worried that it was difficult to insert in the foam and that it wobbled a bit when carried around.

    I was wondering if a box would be better? Turn the shoe box upside down and poke holes in the box to insert the cone in.

    Also, are pointy cones or flat circle ones best?

    thanks!

    • Hi Adrienne, thanks for stopping by :-) I never had to transport these Pops but I think your idea is way better than to let them sit in the styrofoam block, definitely too wobbly in the car. Try out the shoebox version, I think that always works great.
      I always use pointy cones, but these have to be sticked in somewhere all the time so they dont fall right. If its for a party etc. flat ones would make more sense. But I think thats your decision :-)
      Many blessings!!
      niner

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