Red, White, and Blue Cupcake Cones

Red, White, and Blue Cupcake Cones

I’m not really sure where to start with these. They are, by far, the coolest cupcakes I’ve ever made! They look like an ice cream cone but they have cupcake and frosting inside. And, no, I did not bake the cupcakes inside the cones like I’ve seen done on Pinterest. That is an awesome idea, but, I’m not that talented or patient! Get ready because these red, white, and blue cupcake cones are so easy that your kids can make them! <—I love that.

Red, White, and Blue Cupcake Cones! So easy that I can't believe I didn't think of this sooner..

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Comments

  1. Does the cake crumble out when you’re eating it since it wasn’t baked in there?

    • That’s a great question! I did a little experimenting with this. If you look closely at the photo, the cake doesn’t go all the way to the top. The frosting covers a good portion on the top of the cone. This prevents it from crumbling out while you eat it. So, imagine eating an ice cream cone. Once you get to that part of the cone, the ice cream doesn’t come falling out because it’s held inside the base of the cone. Easy peasy! I hope that helps:)

  2. I’m pretty sure it would be just as easy to bake them in the cone if you just stand them in a muffin tin and fill them to the same level. Maybe easier. I don’t like the crumbly cake idea so much.

    • Oh no, I disagree from experience. I’ve tried baking cupcakes in cones and this is way easier! Besides, these cupcakes cones are less crumbly than eating a cupcake in a paper liner (notice that the cone is more sturdy than a liner). But, since you don’t like the idea of crumbly cake, then maybe this recipe isn’t for you. Take care, Lacey!

  3. I am planning on making these for a family get together post Idepence day. While reading over your recipe my mother and I disscorved that these would be difficult to transport. Any ideas??

    • Hi Julia! These will melt just like a popsicle, so I would transport them in a very cold ice chest of some sort that would keep popsicles very frozen.