How to transform Ice Cream Cones into Sugar Painted Cones

I used these Ice Cream Cones for making Castle Towers. The technique is very easy and simple. I used only 4 ingredients which where the ice cream cones, caster sugar, food coloring and white sugar. 
These Castle Towers where used for a Princess Castle I made two days ago, for two lovely sisters, Marissa and Corina who had a birthday party on the 22nd of October.  I will post the Castle Cake in a future post.
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In a plate, mix together the white sugar and the food coloring. Stir until the color is well blended into the sugar and then set aside.
In another plate melt your white chocolate. I cut the chocolate into small pieces and I put it in the microwave for 30 seconds. ( I used high heat)
Stir a bit, until the chocolate temperature is reduced to 30º degrees (not hot any more).

Then take a cone and place it into the white chocolate, making sure that it is covered with chocolate.  Use your spatula to take off the excess chocolate.




Place the chocolate covered cone into the sugar and, with the help of a teaspoon, cover the cone with the sugar.


Put them in the fridge for 5’ minutes. Your sugar painted cones are ready to be used!!!
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How to transform Ice Cream Cones into Sugar Painted Cones

You will need:
8 ice cream cones
100gr white chocolate, melted
150gr caster sugar
Food color of your choice
1 teaspoon
1 spatula

- In a plate, mix together the white sugar and the food coloring. Stir until the color is well blended into the sugar and then set aside.
- In another plate melt your white chocolate. I cut the chocolate into small pieces and I put it in the microwave for 30 seconds. ( I used high heat) Stir a bit until the chocolate temperature is reduced to 30º degrees (it is not hot any more).
- Then take a cone and place it into the white chocolate, making sure that it is covered with chocolate. Use your spatula to take off the excess chocolate.
- Place the chocolate covered cone into the sugar and, with the help of a teaspoon, cover the cone with the sugar.
- Place them in the fridge for 5’ minutes. Your sugar painted cones are ready to be used!!!

Comments

  1. I just love sparkles... its as simple as that.

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  2. Cones dipped in white chocolate!?!?!?! Heavenly, just heavenly! :D

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  3. Thanks for the explanation!
    It's actually quite easy :) Great!

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  4. So cool! Now I need an excuse to make one because its just too naughty for me to make without a party :) Buzzed!

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  5. Love the step-by-step here Eftychia! I can't wait to see the cake. :)

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  6. The white chocolate - hmmm - these cones look right for Christmas or a party!

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  7. This is such a great technique you have shared. Those cones could come in handy! I am thinking with green they could become Christmas trees, on top of a round of frozen ice cream they could become hats and the list goes on...Great post!

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  8. This is a great way to make castle towers! It's really simple and easy, awesome idea! :)

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  9. Very cool technique for making towers for cakes! I, however would let it dry and put a couple of scoops of ice cream in it and eat it just as it is! : )

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  10. Thanks for sharing, looks good for cake decoration. Have a nice day.

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  11. Thanks for sharing this technique with us! Pretty and darn tasty, too!

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  12. I love how easy these are to make and I can see them being used for a variety of things!

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  13. Those are SO pretty! Your attention to detail is incredible!

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  14. Cones are a really good idea right , I can't wait to see the cake :D .

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  15. That is a wonderful idea! I think I can also use candy sprinkles or other crumbs depending on the theme...I am so looking forward to seeing the castle cake.

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  16. Such a great step-by-step tutorial, thanks for posting this! All your designs are so gorgeous, I bet they taste even better than they look!

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  17. Oh you are just so clever!!! I never would have thought of doing something like that! Well done !

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  18. This is such a fun idea. I love the idea of doing an upside down sort of cone on top of ice cream

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  19. Good recipe sharing & my wife will probably like it~
    a Photoblog

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  20. You created a really great-looking cone--I'm for anything involving white chocolate!

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  21. creative, looks sweet and delicious - Shumaira Yasmin

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