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    Default Birthday Cake in an Ice Cream Cone

    1 pkg Cake mix (use one of the recipes from here, chocolate, vanilla, german chocolate, etc!)
    24 Flat-bottom ice-cream cones

    Have a Kids birthday Party coming up? Bake the cake right in the ice cream cones, no plates to wash, perfect serving size every time and you can top with a scoop of ice cream too Click image for larger version. 

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    How to Make them: mix up your favorite cake mix according to the directions, (store-bought or homemade) and Fill each ice cream cone with about 2 Tbsp. of batter.

    The batter should come to the lower inner rim of the ice cream cones. Do not fill all the way to the top, or the ice cream cones will topple.

    Bake ice cream cone cupcakes 20-30 minutes. Check at 20 minutes. When a knife inserted in the center of the ice cream cone cupcakes comes out clean, they're done.

    When done, let them cool, then add your favorite frosting. Jazz them up with sprinkles, jimmies, gumdrops, cherries

    The easiest way to bake these is to use a 9"x13" foil pan inverted on a cookie sheet. The cheaper the pan, the better, make an "X" and slip the cone into place.

    Sort of like this one: but don't waste your time cutting out circles, it's not necessary.

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    or top with ice cream!

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    Thanks for sharing, this one is perfect for National Cupcake Day, the kids don't have to get their hands dirty while they're eating it.

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    While they're cooling, you can prick the bottom of the ice cream cones with a fork to let some of the steam escape. This will keep the ice cream cones from getting soggy.
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