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Summer loving had me a blast, Summer loving happened so fast, I meet a dessert as delicious as can be. And well the rest is history. These Cupcake Cone make me smile and brings back wonderful memories of my own childhood. My mother made these delicious Cupcake Cones every year for me to celebrate my Birthday at school.
I had a summer birthday, and at my school, we always celebrated my birthday at school at the end of the school year. It was always so exciting to celebrate a birthday at school. The teacher would make a crown, and the whole class would sing Happy Birthday. My mother would bring in Cupcake Cones. Then I could pick a friend to help me hand out the Cupcake Cupcakes to my classmates. After we were done eating, we got to go deliver the extras to the principal and front office staff! I would feel so cool walking down the big halls with my classmate without walking in a single file line and having a teacher present.
Cupcake Cones have found their way into our family’s end of school year traditions. I make these Cupcake Cones as a special last day of school treat! What better way to kick off summer than with these delicious Cupcake Cones! My son loves them just as I did as a kid. Check out the simple recipe below!
What You Need:
1 box cake mix
1 container of frosting
1 package of Keebler Ice Cream Cups. (Right now at Target you can save 10% on Keebler Cones with the Cartwheel. Offer valid: 6/18/17 – 7/8/17)!
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Place ice cream cones in muffin tins.
Fill each ice cream cone 1/2 full with cake batter.
Bake 20 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
Frost and decorate with sprinkles.