Ice cream Cake Pops

Another request from the Bronnie Bakes facebook page was for more cake pops. I’ve shown you a few different versions of cake pops… loveheart cake pops and some other tim tam cake pops, so thought this time I’d make some ice cream cone cake pops.

I’ve continued to make my cake pops using Tim Tam biscuits because it is SO quick and easy to make them this way. If you don’t have access to Tim Tams, firstly – sorry to you, because they are the most delicious biscuit!! But any type of chocolate biscuit will work – you may just need to up the quantity of cream cheese to get the right consistency.

I had two little trusty helpers for this tutorial

Here are Lily and Ava with our ingredients:

2 packets of TimTams

Cream Cheese (we use 80g per pack of Tim Tams, so 160g)

mini ice cream cones

2 blocks of dark cooking chocolate

Jaffa lollies

Sprinkles

Start by placing your biscuits into your food processor.

Measure out 160g of cream cheese and add to the mixer

Mix until everything is combined. Line a tray with baking paper and start rolling your balls of mixture. It helps to have an ice cream cone handy so you can make sure you roll out the balls to size.

Refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Melt a small amount of chocolate (approx 2-3 rows) and dip in the cone, and then the ball and then stick both together.

I have used a mini cheesecake pan (which I’ve turned upside down) to stand my cones in. It would be much easier to buy the mini cones with the flat bottom so that you don’t have to worry about finding something to sit the cones in.

Refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Melt remaining chocolate in a jug or something small that is fairly deep, and start to dip your cone into the chocolate. Make sure you dip straight up and down – don’t move the cone in circles otherwise it may come loose. Turn to the side to let the excess drip off.

Place your sprinkles and jaffa on top

Refrigerate or just leave in room temperature to set.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

, , ,

2 Responses to Ice cream Cake Pops

  1. Kristen Cook October 17, 2011 at 8:47 am #

    Stop… you’re killing me! I will die from sugar overload!! Lol

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. How To Make Cake Pops For Beginners | Planning With Kids - January 21, 2013

    […] Ice Cream Cake Pops […]

Leave a Reply

Designed by Wordpress Blog Designer