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post #1 of 38
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How do I make those ice cream cone cakes? Do I do it just like I was making muffins? Do you bake them just as long? Please help.

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post #2 of 38
I presume you mean cupcakes made in ice cream cones?

Check here: http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/recipe.aspx?recipeId=34403

I made these a few weeks ago for childrens church, except I did green frosting for grass, gummy worms on top of them and rice krispy treat flowers (just cut out with a cookie cutter) and skewered them on a stick. They were really cute! Wish I would have taken a picture.

Hope that helps!
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post #3 of 38
I have always baked mine with the batter in the cone. Has anyone tried the method where you put batter in muffin tin and place cone on top of batter and then bake as referenced in the link above? Would like some feedback on which method you like best. I have a church baake sale this weekend and am planning to make 4 dozen cupcake cones.
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post #4 of 38
I would like to know about this too. I want to make some for my son's christening in 3 weeks. When you bake in the cone cups does the taste or texture of the cups change? how much do you fill them? oh and about what temp do you bake it at?
post #5 of 38
anyone???
post #6 of 38
Baking the batter in the cones seems to make the cones softer. I don't really like that aspect of the ice cream cone cupcakes. If baking them in muffin tins and then putting them in the cones afterward works, that would be great.
post #7 of 38
Maybe you could just put cupcake liners in the cones like you would muffin tins. That way you wouldn't risk breaking the cones trying to shove the cupcake into it icon_smile.gif. I've never done this though, so I don't know.
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post #8 of 38
I saw in Paula Deans program she baked her ice cream cone cake.
She actually poured her cake batter in to ice cream cone and baked.

Here you go-

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,,FOOD_9936_24185,00.html

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post #9 of 38
Thank you for the link. I'll try 1 the next time i'm baking a cake and see what happens. I was wondering about the cup after being baked and if it gets soft thats not good.
post #10 of 38
Oh ya! I am also worried about cup cones.
Try it and send us your experience.

Good Luck!

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post #11 of 38
I HAVE DONE THIS NUMEROUS TIMES AND I NEVER HAVE ANY PROBLEMS WITH THE CONE GETTING SOFT. I FILL THEM TO THE BOTTOM OF THE RING WHERE THE CONE STARTS TO FORM THE CUP
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post #12 of 38
I made some using the Betty Crocker link that hockeygirl had posted. here's what they look like before frosting them. I bit into one because I wanted to see how far the cupcake rose into the cone. I'll post another pic after I get them frosted. I'm not sure which I like best-baked with batter in the cone or with the cone on top.
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post #13 of 38
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I HAVE DONE THIS NUMEROUS TIMES AND I NEVER HAVE ANY PROBLEMS WITH THE CONE GETTING SOFT. I FILL THEM TO THE BOTTOM OF THE RING WHERE THE CONE STARTS TO FORM THE CUP



Thanks jeanair I was wondering how much to fill the cones. I didn't want to end up not putting enough in them. Thanks. icon_biggrin.gif
post #14 of 38
Meant to post a pic of a cone w/batter baked in it too, but forgot. I'm a little obsessive-compulsive, but I wasn't sure which way was best. So here's the pic. I found a box of 18 cones at our Dollar General store for a buck. Good deal. It's the cone on the left.
LL
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post #15 of 38
When you bake the batter in the cone do you fill them with icing or no? I figured because you would eat the icing on the top first then have all that plain cake and cone left. icon_confused.gificon_confused.gif Thanks fat-sissy for posting the pics of both ways. I think I like the batter in the cone better. thumbs_up.gif
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