I can make you ice cream, we can be a sweet team


The boring stuff you need to know...
Turn the oven onto 180 degrees before you become a messy nelly. And make sure you grab out some foil. Cake mixture on your kitchen cupboards is no fun. This mixture makes about 12 - 16 (this is a guess.. and don't be sad if it's less!) and they normally cook for 15 minutes or so. But because I am a rebel, I just go with the flow. And when my knife is clean, I know they're ready!
So look at all the blurry photos (it's hard snapping whilst baking) for your step by step(ish) guide! 
And unlucky if you don't have a dishwasher!


And that is how you make these delightfully looking cupcakes. I also want to mention that I mean mix it in a nice big bowL not a bow. That would just be silly. And unless you like burning things, I highly advise you wrap the cones in foil to keep them nice looking. They may like the heat, but they really don't like sun burn.
Serve them with a nice cup of tea and enjoy the mess people make when attempting to eat these..!

PeeEss - Completely off subject from cakes. Shoes (shoes and cakes should be enjoyed together!) but I designed a simple shoe on Nelly. I'd appreciate it if you voted for it here.. only if you like it OF COURSE. Or that would be silly!



65 comments

  1. OMG these look absolutely amazing, am definitely going to have to make these <3

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  2. These are amazing, best cupcake/ice cream idea ever! :)

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  3. These are awesome! I've never seen anything like that before, such a good idea! How long do you bake them for/what temp? xxx

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    1. I normally just go with it really. I put the oven at 180 degrees, and they're supposed to bake for 10 - 12 minutes, but because they're wrapped in foil they take longer. I'd say a good 15 - 20 minutes. Just keep an eye on them :)

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  4. There's recipes for some of these in one of my cupcake recipe books - they look so cute don't they?! Really have to grab some icecream cones to give it a whirl!

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  5. What a cool idea!
    x
    www.jadesiobhan.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. I always wondered how people got the cake inside of the cones! So clever!!

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    1. and now you know :) It's quite simple that you can actually cook them in the cones!x

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  7. Wow. Definitely going to have to make these!
    Kaz x

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  8. These are just amazing! Saw some like them on pinterest. Such a cool idea. Yours look great! xx

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  9. They LOOK amazing, but I freaking hate that cone stuff. BANE OF MY SUMMER ICE CREAM LICKING LIFE!!

    http://helloterrilowe.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. to be fair, they're not exactly the easiest to eat when there's sponge inthere too!

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  10. These look awesome :)

    Laura xoxo

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  11. So is this a cake in a cone? Genius! x x

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  12. These are amazing!!! At first I just thought they were pretty looking ice creams but now you say they're cake and I WANT THEM NOW. Definitely giving this a go, didn't realise cones were oven friendly but now I do. It's like my favourite summer snack mixed with my all time favourite cake - it's mind blowing! haha (: xxx

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    1. Haha! yes they are oven friendly.. you wouldn't think it! they're also actually surprisingly very easy to make too!x

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  13. I made these for a birthday picnic last year and they went down so well! I don't think I used foil around the cones though and they didn't burn :) xx

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    1. oh really? i'll have to try it! i was always advised too, as the tops of them burn a little :)

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  14. These look amazing! I'll definitely be giving them a go!

    Caroline x
    Caroline's Catwalk

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  15. LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!!! Your blog is amazing, following!

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    xo

    fashionismyhomegirl.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Sorry, but if you read my blog you'd know I don't wear makeup. So I won't be entering.

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  16. These look deeelish! Gonna tell my mom about this, she's an ace cook, I'd burn everything :P

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    1. haha! do it. then you can sit and eat them :)

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  17. do you cook the mixture whilst it's in the cones?
    i'm going to attempt these tomorrow if i have time!
    i will of course link your blog
    xx

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    1. yep, so like you would put your mixture into a cake case, just put them straight into the cone :)

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  18. They look so yummy and cute! I might make some for my birthday tea party! x

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    1. oh you should. they'd be perfect for your tea party!x

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  19. WOW! These look amazing, I really want to try and make these myself, might do in the next week - help put me in the summer mode now the weather has gone crappy lol.

    Charlee
    http://charmedcharlee.blogspot.com
    xx

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    1. exactly. the weather is crap, so lets eat ice cream cakes instead :)

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  20. wowzer, when I saw these on fb I was literally like ooooooooh yeah! Maybe i'll make you make some for ma wedding! ;)

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    1. alright then. i'll just charge you £1482463 to cover my expenses yeah? ;)

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  21. I've seen these before and had no idea how to do them... THANK YOU! These are going to be my next experiment :) xx

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    1. you'd be surprised how easy these are! just replace the cupcake cases with ice cream cones :) x

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  22. Am I being dense...how long do you cook them for? And do you do that in the cones?

    I can't see it anywhere!

    So making these.

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    1. haha! i did add it in later at the top! i normally just go with whatever really. because they're in cones they take longer to cook... i think it's between 15 - 20 minutes, but obviously just by doing the old knife test :) and yes the mixture goes into the cones to cook!x

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  23. Very cute! As the daughter of a Baker, I am very impressed!
    Xxx
    Fashionbymimi.blogspot.com

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  24. OMG this is quite possibly the coolest cake related thing I have ever seen!
    I thought they were ice cream at first, and then I was fascinated by how you got the cake inside the cones, genius.
    Will definitely have to give these a whirl in the future, thanks for sharing. xx ps. haven't heard that New Young Pony Club song in absolute years, but now it's firmly stuck in my head!

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  25. Oh myyy this is the yummiest looking blog post I've ever seen. I don't even like wafer or vanilla ice cream and I WANT THESE SO BADLY xxx

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  26. OMG these look amazing tooooo... infact you have put me in the mood to bake, was meant to be tidying next BUT baking sounds much more like a fun option... ekkkkk off to see your shoe nowwww xxxx

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  27. My Favourite things together, I've seen this idea in my cake decorating magazine, must give it a try now i actually believe it to be easier than i imagined.

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  28. yum this looks so good and cute to eat too!

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  29. i always buy these from waitrose but had no idea how to do it myself! deffo need to give this a whirl. and i just voted for your shoe design, very cute! xx

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  30. I will definately be trying this :)

    Nafisah xo

    www.bamblingsofnaffy.blogspot.co.uk

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  31. Looks super delicious! Great post!

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  32. Ahh these look amazing! I saw cakes in cones like this in Waitrose and I couldn't figure out how they did the mixture without ruining the cones...will have to give these a go :D xx

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  33. These look yumm and they're so cute! x

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  34. Love the shoe, have voted! The cake ice-creams look lovely :)

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  35. This is such a great idea!! Perfect for a summer birthday :)

    Thanks for sharing the recipe xx

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  36. Amazeballs! Will definitely be trying these!! x

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  37. They look so yummy, good work!

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  38. Oh my god Katy! Are you trying to kill me! How delish do these look! I'd be tempted just to eat all the icing but I might try and be an adult (for once) and make the whole things!

    Sarah
    http://fashionismyh2o.blogspot.co.uk/
    xx

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  39. Omg I need to make these! Yours look amazing :o

    xxx

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  40. These look really really good! :D

    xx
    http://jacque-g.blogspot.com

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  41. These look adorable, I've seen these all other the internet but never actually thought to have a go at making them, must try soon! xx

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  42. Omgaaad, never seen these before but they look insane! Thanks so much for sharing, will make a batch for my fella's birthday :)

    http://vckyv.blogspot.com

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  43. These look lovely, I made some just like this the other day! I put cream in my buttercream on the top and you have to be so careful that it doesn't run a lot! These look gorgeous! I'm new to your blog and loving it, definitely following! XxxX http://thesecondhandrose.blogspot.co.uk

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  44. Hum! Verry yummy! That looks very good!

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  45. Wow these are so cute and look delish! May have to try making them :)
    X

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  46. These look awesome. Hvae bookmarked! :)

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  47. Such a cute idea! Gonna have to try these :) xo

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  48. absolutely adorable, and i love the post title too! x

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