Ice Cream Cone Oreo “cake” Ball

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Friday was my birthday party (yes I threw myself a party!  What?  no one else is going to and I TOTALLY deserve one!).  I decided on a backyard Ice Cream party.  Anyway, Wednesday I’ll be sharing my cake tutorial but Thursday I’ll show off the whole party!  Today I wanted to share my Ice cream cone Oreo “cake” balls! I found images of similar cake ball cones all over pinterest. Easily on about 4 other sites so I’m not sure WHO to give the credit too, but they were inspired!

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My sister was the official Photographer for the event!  Just wait until you see the rest!  It turned out so cute!

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So I forgot to take pictures of the first steps, cutting and attaching the cones!  I used a knife to cut off the bottom 2 inches of sugar cones, then dipped the cut edge in melted colored candy and attached them to the oreo balls!

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Once they cooled completely I dipped the balls into the candy coating, swirling the oreo balls…

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and it will look like this!  Then I had to decide if I wanted to “dry” them upright or upside down.  Sticking with my mint chocolate chip theme I dipped them in chocolate sprinkles while the candy coating was still wet.

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I think they turned out great!  I then placed them back onto the parchment paper and let them dry upside down!  I love how they turned out and can’t wait to show you the rest of the party!

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Ashlee
Ashlee has been cake decorating for 8 year, and blogging for 6+. She has 5 children ages 2-12 that she enjoys throwing parties for. She loves to bake, cook, crochet, knit, do home improvement, graphic design, photography and writing.
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    • says

      Thanks! They turned out GREAT! There were a few leftovers after the party and I should’ve hidden them because the kids finished them off FAST and now I wish I still had more!

    • says

      Thanks! It was super easy and totally worth it. I like that it could be messy looking, the super smooth cake pops are harder for me!

  1. says

    I love Oreo cake balls, and these are just adorable!!! I’m so glad you linked them up. I’m featuring them tomorrow. :)

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