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Hello everyone.   It has been a while since my last post.   I will not give you a recipe for this post,  since it was a complimentary dish from a dearest person. All I can say is that it was delicious!    

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 were the ice cream cones, caster sugar, food coloring, and white sugar. 
These Castle Towers were 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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On 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.
On 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 anymore).


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

On 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.
On 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 anymore).
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. I love this idea! They are adorable!

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

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

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

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  22. creative, looks sweet and delicious - Shumaira Yasmin

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