Kupcake Konz Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes

What do you get when you combine a cupcake with an ice cream cone?  A really adorable (and portable!) treat that kids (and adults like myself) go crazy for.  Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes!  Over the summer I was visiting a friend who had these great pans that were made specifically for making ice cream cone cupcakes – pure baking brilliance!   Years ago I tried to make these by balancing my cones in a muffin pan, and it was an epic failure to put it mildly, so I never revisited the idea.

Once I saw those cupcake cone pans though, I HAD to have them.  And I had to have one of you have them as well.   I am so excited to share my review of Kupcake Konz Ice Cream Cone Cupcake Pans.  And even better, they are going to give one of you a Kupcake Konz Ice Cream Cone Cupcake Combo Kit!  Yay!

Kupcake Konz pans were created to allow you to bake, cool, decorate, store and even transport your cupcake cones all in one pan.    I am very happy to say that in my experience, these pans do all of that wonderfully.   Oh how I LOVE when a product delivers and does what it says!   Let me show you how this works.  

Kupcake Konz ice cream cone cupcakes allow you to bake a regular cake mix right into ice cream cones.  I picked up Joy Cones, in the “cups” and “mini cups” sizes (both found at my local Walmart).

They recommend that you use a cake mix without pudding in the mix (and they like Duncan Hines, and recommend Jiffy Cake for small batches).   You simply prepare your cake as directed on the package, but instead of using cupcake liners, you get to use ice cream cones.  Fun stuff.   You can find their baking and decorating Tips and FAQ here.

I used a plain white cake mix and decided to make it “funfetti” with the addition of sprinkles.   I wanted to do two types, so first I did a fall funfetti by adding fall sprinkles to half of my batter…

Mix it up and you have funfetti…

I then poured my batter into my ice cream cones that were in the Kupcake Konz pans.

And into the oven these went.    For my mini cones I decided to do mini hearts and a Christmas sprinkle mix.  Kupcake Konz recommends that you use the squeeze bottle to fill the mini cones, so I filled my cones and then added sprinkles.   It was very easy to use the squeeze bottle, and not messy at all.

After I filled my cones, I then added sprinkles to my cones, stirring gently to combine them with the cake mix.

A great thing about adding the sprinkles after filling the cones is that you can use different sprinkles in each one if you like.

In to the oven they go!

Check it out – cake in cones and not a single one (or 12) fell over when I tried to put them in the oven (I did mention my previous attempt without these pans was a failure, didn’t I?).   They can cool right in the pans until you are ready to frost (which I’m pretty much always ready to do).

For my “fall” cupcakes, I made a caramel buttercream recipe from Wilton, but I added one teaspoon of sea salt (I actually always add salt to all of my frostings to cut the sweet and give it a bit more depth of flavor), so now we have a salted caramel buttercream.   It’s as good as it sounds, trust me.

I put my frosting in a large Ziploc bag and cut a corner off to pipe it on the cupcakes (this is my favorite short cut, no piping bags or tips to clean, just toss in the trash when done).   Add your sprinkles and holy cute cute cupcake cones!  Now, because I never want to recommend a product or recipe I don’t try personally…

There is something extra delicious about the cupcakes in the cones.  The cones soften just enough to create a great texture combo.    How fun are these for a non pumpkin dessert at Thanksgiving?????

For the mini cones, I decided to use some of the crushed candy canes I made for my Double Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies to create a Candy Cane Buttercream.   WHERE HAS CANDY CANE BUTTERCREAM BEEN ALL MY LIFE?????   Wowza.   I used my favorite buttercream frosting recipe from Sweetapolita, and added 3 teaspoons of the crushed and sifted candy canes.   It’s life altering deliciousness.  I recommend making it ASAP.  Even if you aren’t making cake or cupcakes.  Just make it and get a spoon.   Seriously.

I loved frosting the cupcake cones in these pans, it’s like having an assistant hold each cone for me.  An assistant who is quiet and doesn’t eat my frosting.  It’s bliss.   And look how cute they are inside!

These are SO fun.   And SO easy.  Love it.

How cute for a party!

And speaking of a party, if you need to take them somewhere, they can stay right in the pans and transport that way!

Just pretend one isn’t missing.  But I did eat it to make sure it was okay for you, just so you know.  :)  It wasn’t my lack of willpower with that salted buttercream or anything like that.

Here is a comparison of the two sizes for you…

I can totally see doing a variety of flavors and decorations, especially in those sweet little mini cones.  I almost want to host a party just to make lots and lots of these.   I guess I could do that without the party, but I may go into sugar shock.   Decisions, decisions.

Two thumbs up to Kupcake Konz and their great product.

And the best part???   The folks at Kupcake Konz are going to give one of you a Kupcake Konz Ice Cream Cone Cupcake Combo Kit!

Here is how to enter….  CONTEST IS CLOSED

1.  Leave a comment here on this post and you are entered to win!  That’s it!  Easy as can be!

Would you like to increase your chances of winning?  We can do that!  Here is how to get up to four extra entries…

2. Follow Love From The Oven on Facebook & leave a comment here that you do.
3. Follow Kupcake Konz on Facebook (let them know I sent you!) and leave a comment here that you do.
4. Follow Love From The Oven on Twitter & leave a comment here that you do.
5. Share this giveaway on your Facebook, Twitter or other favorite social media site, and leave a comment here that you do.

For FIVE entries, you will leave FIVE separate comments on this blog post.    This is a sweepstakes, and the winner will be selected through a random drawing on Friday, November 18th.  No purchase necessary.  Open to US residents.  Thank you for entering and good luck!

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Comments

  1. maredith says

    oh icecream cone cupcakes!!! how these bring back memories, my mom used to be the most popular mom in school because for our birthdays she would make these and bring them into class!!! I have like you, failed at making these myself though.

  2. Debbie W says

    Following Kupcake Konz on FB. Definitely let them know that you sent me too. Love these! If I don’t win them, I’m buying a set.

  3. treva fendrick says

    I remember making these when I was a little girl (lllooonnnnggggg time ago) from a recipe in my childrens’ cookbook. I’d love to make them again with my grandchildren.

  4. Debbie W says

    Always love your step by step instructions. And the example of how they are handy for traveling. Missing cupcake…? What missing cupcake? ;)

  5. Melissa Brox says

    I have always been a little bit chicken to try these, even though I think they are the cutest. Thanks for the opportunity to win! I may have to add these to my Christmas wish list, though I’m not sure I can wait that long. My youngest has a birthday in three short weeks!

  6. Christina says

    Omg I sooooo need to win these I would love to make these for my daughter birthday I’m planning a surprise party for her in class those r amazing

  7. Jen Kim says

    I’ve been a follower of Love from the Oven on Facebook for a while~ Love all of your ideas~ Just yesterday I tried making cookies in the whoopie pie pan and they’re awesome~ My children love it, even my husband~! =D

  8. Christine Morda says

    I LOVE LOVE these pans and would love to win them! I try to be creative when it comes to my kids parties and these pans would make it so much easier!

  9. Leah K. says

    Aha! I didn’t know they made these. I tried to make my own cone-cake pan this summer using tinfoil. None fell over, but it was still pretty much failure pan.

  10. barbara nicolo says

    I follow you on facebook!!! I love all your ideas!! I liked Kupcake Konz on fb too!!! Love the idea of thse pans!! I hope I win so I can try them too!!

  11. Mellissa Spitzer says

    These are awesome! Would make things very easy for taking sweets and treats to our kids classrooms on their birthdays

  12. Nicole says

    I love the recipes and ideas that flow from this website!! You guys are amazing and I can only hope that when I try them that they look just as tastey! I shared this giveaway on my FB page and also on company website :) Can you make an exception for a Canadian ??

  13. says

    HOLY TOLEDO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Are you kidding me?! I. Love. Those. Cupcakes!!!!!
    Enter me. Please! I’ve seen cupcakes served in a cone before, but never knew how they were baked …. what a wonderful product. Thanks for the review and giveaway opportunity!!!!!

  14. ShalahJ says

    I’ve always wanted to try cupcakes in an ice cream cone (it seems like the perfect way for kids to eat them!) but was always worried about them falling over – these pans are the perfect solution!

  15. Chrissy says

    I follow love from the oven on Facebook and LOVE it!! I’ve made these for my daughters birthday at school a couple years now (bonus points with the kiddos, they love these)!! I don’t have the awesome pans though instead I used muffin pans and surrounded the bottom of each cone with tin foil so that I could fit that in the muffin pan and nothing would fall. Then I got a large gift box (like one for a coat) and used an exacto knife to cut x’s in the top of the box. After the cupcakes were done I folded the x’s into the top and fit the ice cream cone cupcakes in them so I could get them to school. What a hassle!! I’d love to win these pans, then I might make them more often :)

  16. Karen Abram says

    Oh my goodness, my mom used to make these for me growing up! When it was my birthday, she would make a bunch for me to take to school for my class. I completely forgot about this I until I saw these and am so happy that there’s something that makes baking these easier. I just came across your website and am obsessed – I can’t wait to start baking!

  17. Darci Wills says

    These are so cute. The whole kit makes it look so easy as well. Thanks for showing us the step by step! I am SO trying the peppermint buttercream. YUM. Maybe over double chocolate brownies or cupcakes. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win!

  18. Meredyth says

    My mom made these for me to bring to my classmates on my birthday all through elementary school. Cupcakes in cones are near and dear to my heart- I love your idea of using sprinkles to make different colored kinds of funfetti- awesome!

  19. Joan Foust says

    I just love your Blog!!!! So many adorable ideas and SOOO little time….The cupcake cones are the cutest! I am anxious to try the peppermint buttercream frosting too for my Christmas Bunco!!

  20. Sallie says

    I just started following Love From the Oven on FB a few days ago and I’m so glad I did! I travel with work the majority of the year but I can’t wait to get home and start trying some of these ideas!!!

  21. says

    could we turn the cupcake cone upside down after baking and dip in something yummy and then stick some cake pops in it….. I’m starting to have a vision of the little delight!! I would love a pan set!

  22. Donna says

    Adults love these as much as kids do. Have had fun making these in the past. I too would make them more often with this great tool. Thanks for the chance.

  23. Mitzi says

    I have wanted to try this for the longest time, but have hesitated to do this due to cones topping over, as many people have stated that is a problem. This is a Awesome that someone invented this. Would LOVE to WIN this so I can finally try making these for my Kids, and Family, who love cupcakes, and ice cream.

  24. Renee Richardson says

    These look like so much fun and your pictures are yummy. Thanks for the great giveaway :)

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  25. Renee Richardson says

    I like Kupcake Konz on Facebook and I wrote on their wall
    Username: Fatty Bumpkins

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  26. Cindy says

    Just discovered your website and saw the Kupcake Konz review. Looking forward to spending time reading your blog :)

    Cindy

  27. jennifer says

    i love love love these and the pan is all I am missing. I want to make these for the kids on their Birthdays and for school fundraisers. such a good idea

  28. leslie says

    i love the idea of this but worry about mushy cones! maybe the air flow with these pans will lessen the softening of the cones a bit?

  29. Janet Wescott Wysong says

    I would love to have these! I have been making these for years and have always had more then my share of oven accidents using muffin pans!

  30. Cj says

    How much fun are these!?! I’ve tried to make these Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes – let’s just say my oven took a bath in cake batter – it was NOT pretty — Love Love LOVE this!

    As for the Candy Cane Buttercream — Oh lawsy – have mercy – *swoon*

  31. Kim in MD says

    I saw these adorable cupcake cones on Foodgawker and had to link over to your blog to see them for myself. They are adorable, and the pans are genius!

  32. Tracy says

    These are such a great idea. My boys, ages 11 & 14 (14 yr old has Autism) are really liking helping mom in the kitchen and would absolutely love these! Follow Love from the Oven on facebook.

  33. Sarah F. says

    I need this kit asap! I’m making the cupcake cones for my daughters birthday & was desperate to find a way to transport them…I’ve found my answer!

  34. Miranda Diebel says

    These cupcakes are too cute! I’ve tried to make cupcakes in cones before, but they just did not work out – mainly because I couldn’t keep them from falling over, haha.

  35. Dawn says

    Love your cup cakes in the cones and love the pans you are using. I want one. I’m the cupcake queen at work and I have over 50 people to feed when I make cupcakes. These pans look great!

  36. paprkutr says

    I have been wanting to make these. I have some little girls down the street that comes over and bakes with me all the time, this would be great to make with them.
    They are little bakers in training.

  37. Kristen says

    I’ve been making these for years, but never knew about these special holders….such a good idea! Thanks for sharing!

  38. Fiona says

    5. Share this giveaway on your Facebook, Twitter or other favorite social media site, and leave a comment here that you do.
    Done!

  39. Yajayra Gonzalez says

    Love this!! Wow!! Santa’s list is going to be pretty long this year. Hmm….Maybe we can make it smaller if I win. :-)

  40. Kelly says

    I want to be a baker so bad. I just don’t have all the tools, talent and patience. I am thrilled beyond belief to have found these sweet helpers like the Cupcake cone holders. Thanks a bunch for sharing.

  41. Sheila says

    Just found your site today. How cute are these cupcakes? Way cute! Would love to make them for my granddaughter (and the rest of my family, too).

  42. Carissa Szuch says

    Can’t wait to make these for a party, they look so cute and delicious :) If I win I’ll make them even sooner!

  43. Sarah M says

    Made cupcake ice-cream cones this summer, not so pretty. Love this baking pan and especially the container to store them in! LOVE your blog, visit often. Thank you for all the fun and delicious ideas!

  44. emily says

    Love this….I’ve made these a bunch and they are always tipping over and transporting them is a nightmare! Too cute.

  45. Tanda says

    I would love to win this! I tried to make these for my daughters first birthday party and was extremely glad that it was just close family because I had a disaster on my hands! I would LOVE to redeem myself!

  46. Elena says

    Seriously cute cone cupcakes! I made some for my daughter’s birthday last month and one of those pans would have been handy. Thanks for the info!

  47. says

    Oh my word, I have got to stop coming here, you’re killing me! I feel I NEED all of this new fun stuff. This would definitely make doing cupcake cones so much easier and I would be thrilled, thrilled, thrilled to win! Thanks, Andrea

  48. Mary Juckett says

    I would totally love to win this….I have never seen anything like this, so this is a great new tool….Thanks for the chance to win….

  49. Novell says

    I need this product. I have kids. My friends have kids, I know lots of kids. We all scream for ice cream cone cupcakes.

  50. Novell says

    I shared my love on my FB status. Everyone else has room to love, too. But I need to win over my friends because I bake more than they do.

  51. Kellie says

    I absolutely love these! I remember seeing them as a kid and now Id love to make them for my own kids. Love, love love your site!

  52. Linda Carpenter says

    Love the idea of the cupcakes in ice cream cones. Would love to have the inserts to hold the cupcakes while baking. Great idea!

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