What's better on a hot, summer day than ice cream? Okay, so these are not really ice cream, but these cake pops are every bit as good! My neighbor (more about her later) was planning an ice cream party for her sweet daughter's birthday, so when I saw this post on Bakerella's site, I immediately sent her the link. Jess is a cake pop fanatic, so she was in love as soon as she saw it and we made plans to make them for E's party!
Here was the process:
Step 1: We dipped the cones into almond bark, letting it run down the sides a bit, just like ice cream would! *(note...Jess did all the prep work at home--rolling the cake balls, cutting down the cones, placing the cake balls into the cones)
Step 2: Sprinkles!! *On a side note...isn't Jess beautiful? She really is, inside and out. I couldn't ask for a better neighbor--she's friendly, energetic, generous, helpful, talented, a great mom, and did I mention full of energy? ;)
Step 3: We melted some chocolate almond bark in a plastic Ziploc and then drizzled it over the top...doesn't this just make the cone?! Then we added a red M&M for the cherry.
Step 4: Admire ;)
Yum. I will be duplicating these soon for my own consumption. Did I say yum yet? ;)