Wednesday, December 29, 2010

New Year's Eve Chocolate Hats: Ice Cream Cones

 From Disney's Family Fun Magazine comes a really adorable chocolate covered ice cream cone idea that you can do with kids. Use these to hold your favorite ice-cream on New Year's Eve, but first they'll decorate the table!

New Year's Eve Chocolate Covered Ice Cream Cone Hats

Sugar cones
Ice cream
Chocolate chips (12-ounce bag for 10 to 12 cones) or any high quality dark chocolate, broken up
Icing: Make this easy. Buy the Wilton's icing writers. They come in multiple colors and are easy to use
Shoestring licorice

1. Spread melted chocolate chips over each sugar cone with a small spatula. Let the chocolate harden for about 1 hour (or 20 minutes in the refrigerator).
2. For chinstraps, use icing to attach the ends of a fruit strip or a length of shoestring licorice to the inside of each cone.
3. Use icing to decorate the hats and attach nonpareils. 

Get creative and use your Gingerbread cookie decorating techniques

Photo: Disney Family Fun


drexeliuschocolates said...

very creative use of chocolate!
love the idea :)

Janet Rudolph said...

Drexelius Chocolates, love your recipes!

Wholesale candy bar said...

I really like the style of this chocolate. Thanks for posting this designs. that sounds gorgeous. I will have to make it. I love all the design it is so artistic. This is making me hungry! …. Lovely site here and like the recipes too.
Wholesale candy bar

drexeliuschocolates said...

Thanks for the compliment, Janet :)
These party hats would come in handy for many occasions. Still have them on my to-do list!

Molly - owner of Drexelius Chocolates

Casper said...

But why is there ice cream on the ingredient list? : )

Janet Rudolph said...

When you pick up the cone (after presentation), you fill it with ice cream!! LOL...