Sugar Cone Tea Cups
I’m getting so excited for spring and Easter! Everything seems so new and fresh and outdoor activities are endless. I have always loved having picnics with my kids and tea parties with my cute girls!
Last month, I was asked to do a food demonstration at enrichment night. I was thrilled to be asked but didn’t realize how big of a task it was going to be since Zac’s wedding had been two days before! I never can do just one thing, so I always make it a harder task than it has to be. I’m a little crazy!
I was so excited to make these because they are so darn cute and I love the idea that you get to eat the whole thing! The best thing is there is no baking! Can imagine serving this at a bridal shower, baby shower, or fun tea party with your cuties.
Sugar Cone Tea Cups
- Keebler Fudge Stripes cookies
- Reese’s Mini Peanut Butter Cups
- ice cream sugar cones
- circle pretzels
- chocolate candy melts
Sugar Cone Tea Cups
- FYI: Have everything unwrapped, cut, and ready to assemble. This will make it so much easier to put them together.
- Cut the sugar cones to 1 1/2 inches. Use a serrated knife, and slowly saw back and forth to avoid breaking the cone. Make sure the cone’s seam is on the bottom and not where you are cutting the cone. I broke a couple at first but once you get the hang of it, it’s easy.
- Using your serrated knife, slowly cut your pretzels to make a circle handle.
- Place your chocolate melts in a microwave-safe bowl. Melt in 30-second intervals and stirring in between until the chocolate is melted.
- Start with the cookie and then put a dab of the melted chocolate in the center.
- Place an unwrapped mini peanut butter cup on top of the chocolate that is on the cookie.
- Put the cut ice cream cone on top of Reese’s cup. I took a little extra chocolate and dabbed it inside to seal the seams.
- Dip the ends of the pretzel cut off edges and attach it to the side of the ice cream cone. You will need to hold it in place for a few seconds so the chocolate will set.
- Fill it with your favorite filling. We made pudding but it would taste amazing with cheesecake! This tastes best served the same day as the day you prepare it.
13 thoughts on “Sugar Cone Tea Cups”
these are so super cute am thinking party
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Hi! My name is Ashley and today is my first link party day! I found this post on http://www.create-with-joy.com's link party. This idea is so cute! I've also seen some people bake cupcakes in cake cones. If there's a way to keep sugar cones standing up in the oven, you could have teacup cupcakes! 🙂
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I absolutely love this. I looked for an place to subscribe to your emails I would love to get your newsletter. Thank you so much for linking up this week at the #HomeMattersLinky. Can't wait to see what you post next week.
I just saw this amazing sugar cone tea cup on the Say G'day party. These are so cute the kids will love making these.
This is so cute! I'm visiting from Thursday Favorite Things (& I also join your linky every week)
Have a great day!
Oh My Gosh! These are the cutest things I ever saw. I am not sure I would want to eat one – but I would! Thanks for sharing at the This is How We Roll Thursday link party! Can't wait to see what you make next week! Pinned!
These are so cute!
These are so fun and creative! They are perfect for parties! Stopping by from the SITS link up!
These are so cute- they remind me of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, where they're in the big candyland room! Thanks for sharing!
I stopped by from Think Tank Thursday.
I love this so much I am featuring you on Thursday!! Thanks or sharing on My 2 Favorite Things On Thursday!! Hope you come back!! love having!! Pinned!
You girls never cease to amaze me with your amazing creations. These are so cute. Thanks so much for linking up to Thriving on Thursdays. I'm featuring this one at tomorrow's party!
Anne @ Domesblissity
Adorable, and look delicious, too!
Yum! That seems so amazing! A must do!