Simple Ice Cream Cone Cookies
I don’t know what the weather is like where you are, but it is really cold here. It is 19º and will be -5º on Wednesday. We are expecting snow today and I can’t tell you how excited I am about it. I can’t wait to take a long walk and take some pictures and eat ice cream. You heard me correctly. I eat ice cream in the snow because you don’t have to worry about it melting and you know what they say, it is never too cold to eat ice cream. If you don’t agree with me, then here are some simple ice cream cone cookies so you can stay warm and still have your ice cream.
If you decide to eat a real ice cream cone instead of these ice cream cone cookies, I think you need to add a cute little smile these guys have. It will keep you warm even if it is only 19º.
Supplies for Simple Ice Cream Cone Cookies:
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- Ice Cream Cone Cookie Cutter (They aren’t exactly like the one I used but they will make cute ice cream cone cookies.)
- Violet Colored Icing- Add a very small amount of AmeriColor Violet to your white icing.
- Reddish Orange Icing-Mix a small amount of AmeriColor Orange food gel color with a very small amount of Red food gel color.
- Light Tan Icing- Mix a small amount of AmeriColor Egg Yellow with a touch of AmeriColor Ivory. If you would like it to be a little darker, add a drop of AmeriColor Chocolate Brown.
- Black Food Safe Marker
- Pink Petal Dust
- Royal Icing Flower and Rose
- 4mm Black Nonpareils
Let’s do this!
- Outline and flood the cone of the ice cream with the tan icing and let it dry for a few minutes.
- Next, outline the edge with the tan icing and make the pattern on the cone. Let it dry for several hours.
- Then, outline and flood the ice cream with the violet or the reddish-orange.
While the ice cream is wet, add the 4mm black edible pearls and the flower. You can find the flower video tutorial here and the ribbon rose video tutorial here. Let the cookie dry completely.
Once the cookie is completely dry, use a dry paintbrush or a cotton swab to rub some pink petal dust on the cheeks.
Now I would love to know if you are the kind of person who will eat ice cream in the winter or if you prefer these simple ice cream cone cookies so you can have your ice cream and stay warm. Leave me a comment and let me know!
More Ice Cream Cookies:
- Ice Cream Cone Cookies
- Ice Cream Cookies with a Cherry on Top
- Popsicle Cookies by LilaLoa
- Popsicle Royal Icing Transfers