Cotton Candy Ice-cream Cake Cones
What you will need:
cone baking tray
8 ice-cream cones
pink frosting mist spray
2 colors of fondant
Cotton Candy (any color)
1 box vanilla cake
purple food coloring (any bright color will work)
1/2 cup of frosting
3 3/4” round cookie cutter
2” round cookie cutter
6 cupcake liners
First, using the pink frosting spray, spray the cones pink. Place the cones in the cone baking tray.
Make the vanilla cake batter and dye with a fun food coloring. I used purple.
Pour the batter in the cones, filling almost to the top.
Fill the cupcake liners in the tray with the left over batter.
Bake both for 11-15 minutes at 350.
Remove the overflow of cake to make a clean lip around the cone.
In a bowl, crumble 2-3 cupcakes and add 2-4 Tbs of frosting to bind the cake together.
Take a big spoon full of the cake and roll in a ball to resemble a scoop of ice-cream.
Using a little of the frosting, place a thin layer on the baked cake cone to adhesive together.
Place in the fridge to harden up.
Roll out a thin layer of pink fondant. Using the 3 3/4” round circle cookie cutter, cut out a circle.
Roll out the white fondant. Using the the 2” cookie cutter as a guide, make a squiggly round circle around the cookie cutter.
Take out the cone from the refrigerator and place a thin layer of frosting around the ball of cake and then place the pink fondant on top. The frosting binds the fondant to your cake.
Cut off the excess fondant. Or with the over flow, crimp the bottom to look like an ice-cream scoop.
Next, place a tiny amount of water on the bottom of the white fondant and adhesive to the top of the pink fondant.
Place a little water on the top of the white fondant and sprinkle on sprinkles.
Place a small dollop of frosting on the top and add your desired amount of cotton candy for garnish.