Ice Cream Cones with Cupcakes aka Kupcake Konz

These Kupcake Konz have to be one of the most nifty ideas ever! I can’t even count how many times I could have used this over the years especially when my little ones were in school!

Basically you get these pans that have holes in them. They come in a couple of sizes, regular and mini. Now when my husband first saw the mine one, the first thing he thought of was jalapeno poppers! I had to explain that while that would work great, it was for something even cooler. You know the ice cream cones you buy right? You simply place a cone the hole where it sits securely. You make your batter and pour into the handy squeeze bottle that comes with the set and fill your cones with cake batter! You can also use brownie batter which sounds heavenly!

What a great idea for toddlers and young kiddos! It can be so hard for a small child to eat a regular cupcake, trying to peel off the paper and then it breaking apart and falling everywhere. These Kupcake Konz are just the perfect size and the mini ones are awesome for small hands!!

Great for parties, great for school functions, great for fundraisers and great to eat!

These are the mini cones and it holds 24.

Kupcake Konz

This is the cake batter which does well over 50 mini cones! This squeeze bottle is an excellent idea and made it so easy to fill the cones.

Cake batter

Squeeeeeeeeze into the cones.

cake in cones

More cake in cupcake cones

Kupcake Konz all filled with cake batter…..Mmmmmm Don’t overfill!!!

Kupcake Konz filled with cake batter

All baked and ready to ice!

Baked Kupcakes Konz ice cream cones cupcakes

TADA!

Ice Cream Cupcakes Cones

More Ice cream Kupcake Konz

Oh my gosh, now tell me that ain’t cute!! You know that is the most adorable cupcake ever!!

Mini Kupcake Konz

Little Man eating Cupcake Cone

Kupcake Konz did send me the kit to try out and I freakin’ LOVE it! If you want to win a kit, head on over to my giveaway page and enter!

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