Go to this website www.bettycrocker.com/recipes and type in the search space "ice cream cupcake" and it gives you a large selections to choose from that are quite cute! I did read on another site that the cones become soft and some recommended to bake the cupcakes and then insert them inside the cones once cooled? best of luck
it is your favorite cake mix and icing you go by package directions as stated on your cake mix and fill the cones half way. I put my cones in a muffin pan and that helps balance them sometimes (03/06/2008)
These are simple to make. Just get flat bottom cones and mix cake as box directs. Pour cake to about 1/3 fill or just to where the cone flares. Place in a muffin pan and bake about 20 minutes at 350 or until golden. They will rise up and and mound on top. Then cool as any cake and frost anyway you like and/or decorate with sprinkles or whatever. They are a big hit with little ones. I just made them for a group of 1 and 2 year olds. (03/07/2008)
Hi, Just fill the ice cream cone until it starts to get larger. (Base portion only) Place all cones on a cookie sheet. The cake mix will rise and fill the entire cone. The decorations are all your imagination. I have been doing this for forty years and they are always a pleasure to serve. (03/07/2008)
Buy a Pillsbury Devil's Food Cake Mix. The recipe is on the side panel of the box. Enjoy! (03/07/2008)
By Sylvia in Saipan
I used to stand the cones in muffin pans for baking, but found it's easier to stand the cones up in a large cake pan. The last time I made these, I used a regular-sized box of the cones, then made the rest of the mix into regular cupcakes for the adults.
Putting the cones side-by-side in the large pan makes it easier to put them in and out of the oven when baking. (03/07/2008)
My Mom used to make these cupcakes and instead of frosting them, she'd top them with ice cream. Yummy! (03/07/2008)
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