Ice Cream Cone Christmas Trees

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ice cream cone christmas trees


I know these cute little Ice Cream Christmas Tress have been around forever. Who even knows where they originated. But aren’t they darling? The kids had such a great time with these, that is after they got past the sugar rush from eating the frosting by the spoon fulls!
I went to the candy store in the mall and went to town in all of the candy bins. It was easier to get what I wanted then to buy a bunch of bagged candy and pick through it.
These are quick and painless to assemble. Just make sure you decorate them before the frosting has time to dry. The decorations stick better when the frosting is wet.
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CHRISTMAS TREE ICE CREAM CONES
Pointy Sugar Cones
Premade White Frosting
White Tube Frosting
Green Food Coloring
Assorted Candies for “Christmas Tree Ornaments”
Shredded Coconut
In a small bowl mix approximately 80 drops of green food coloring into the white frosting. Stir until the color is even.
Place the ice cream cone, pointy side up on a paper plate.
Frost the entire outside of the cone with the green tinted frosting.
Decorated with your desired candies

Comments

  1. 1

    So cute!!! Traditional favorites are always so much fun!

  2. 2

    LOVE THESE! You are too creative!!

  3. 3

    Love the new logo!! congrats on your segments over at Daytime…I’ve yet to catch one of them but I’m sure you did fabulously!

  4. 4

    Leslie, those trees are cute!
    I’m smack day in the middle of a Christmas baking jamboree, so I’m sharing in your enthusiasm.

  5. 5

    Leslie- These are too cute! My boyfriend’s kids would love these!

  6. 6

    So cute! That would be a fun project for my little aftercare class.

  7. 7
    VeggieGirl says:

    SOOOO cute & festive!!

  8. 8
    RecipeGirl says:

    I use these when I make gingerbread houses w/ the kiddos. If you put the gingerbread house on a large piece of cardboard, you have room for a ‘yard’ in which to put trees! The skinny red licorice pulled apart makes great garland. And they also sell little ‘gift’ chocolates that you can place around the trees :)

  9. 9

    omgod SO cute! i wish i still had super young siblings (or at least my baby cousins here) so that i could make these and have them help me! ahh sooo creative!

    thanks for sharing :)

  10. 10

    I’ve never heard of these ice cream cone cakes! At first I thought there was actual ice cream inside, but how clever just to use the cone to make a little Christmas tree. So cute!

  11. 11

    How cute! My daughter would have a blast making these!

  12. 12

    These are great! My kids would love to make these.

  13. 13

    It’s going to be so fun introducing this to my family’s Christmas traditions!

  14. 14

    ok those came out so cute!

  15. 15

    These are adorable!!

  16. 16
    Cathy - wheresmydamnanswer says:

    These are too DAMN cute for words!! Love these and your new logo Rocks!!!

  17. 17

    What a fun and festive treat. My kids would love these – who am I kidding, so would I.

  18. 18

    They are super cute

  19. 19
    Marie @ Make and Takes says:

    Super cute. These would look great as a backdrop to a Gingerbread house! Thanks.

  20. 20
    Shari@Whisk: a food blog says:

    Those are so cute! My kids would love to do this!

  21. 21
    lindagerig says:

    cute idea. Linda Gerig

  22. 22

    I’ve never seen them before so they’re quite original to me!

  23. 23
    My Sweet & Saucy says:

    What a great idea! They are so cute!

  24. 24

    Wow.! These Christmas tree ice cream cones are looking so yummy

  25. 25

    Are you up for the challenge? Come on over and check it out.
    purdy wallcovering

  26. 26

    how creative of you!!! they look so festive… :)

  27. 27
    littlenummies says:

    I am loving these. I have seen them around, but have never made them myself. Do you mind if I post these on Little Nummies for feature Friday?

    email me and let me know!
    littlenummies@gmail.com

    Thanks!!
    ~ Kellie ~

  28. 28

    Just adorable, and great to do with the kids. I love those marbelized round candy things, they looks so cute.

  29. 29

    Leslie, they are darling!

  30. 30

    it’s waffle cones or nothing when i eat ice cream, so this looks like the perfect use for those stinkin’ sugar cones. :)

  31. 31

    Those are great – but I still think your candy turkeys were cuter!

  32. 32

    Well I have never seen these before, but what a great project with children. My favorite is the one with snow/coconut. What candy turkeys? Okay now I have to go back to what I have missed. Darn Mexico and the 87 degree weather and the maragritas and the beach! I should punish myself for missing your posts and go back on vacation.

  33. 33
    Cakeitaly.com says:

    Great ideas!!!! Congratulations for the blog.

    Bye from Italy
    From the Staff of CakeItaly.com

  34. 34

    so festive! I love those things.

  35. 35

    My goodness, those are darling Leslie!

  36. 36
    Clumbsy Cookie says:

    Those are darling allright!

  37. 37

    woa..my mate and i were just talking about makng christmas trees on top of cupcakes like this!! yours are beautiful. you’re so creative ;) i like all the different variations you made. x

  38. 38

    I think I want to do these for my sons class party. Did you use Pillsbury canned frosting…and did you use 80 drops per can?? wow…let me know.

  39. 39

    Those are too cute! Love the ones with garland:)

  40. 40

    These might be the absolute cutest things I’ve ever seen!

  41. 41

    We made these today at the class party, the kids loved them!

  42. 42

    I’ve never heard of these ice cream cone cakes. I think you are very creative. I love this ice cream bcz its looks so cute.

  43. 43

    christmas tree ice cream look so wonderful. It is creative art, let me try this once before chrsitmas and taste this ice cream

  44. 44
    Shell in your Pocket says:

    How cute is that!
    sandy toe

  45. 45

    These are so fantastic! I used to make icing and graham cracker Christmas cottages every year with a friend growing up. My sister and I STILL talk about how fun that was! I never thought of just doing trees. It’s such a great idea and a fun project : ) I’m including this as one of the activities in a Christmas Book Countdown I’m doing on my craft blog this month. Thanks for the inspiration!
    Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com