Ice Cream Themed Cakesicle Tutorial

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I love creating cakesicles or maybe you call them cake pops, so when this ice cream cone mould arrived from Fest Cake London I knew it just had to be used for some ice cream themed cakesicles. In this weeks tutorial I’m showing you how you can use the mould to create realistic looking Ice creams that won’t melt (ok I know the chocolate or candy melts will melt in the heat, but not as fast as real ice cream).

These would be great to add into treat boxes, used to decorate cakes, or serve up at parties.

how to make Ice Cream Cakesicles

You can watch the full step by step video tutorial here. In the tutorial I show you how to make the cones using the moulds by Fest Cake London, how to make the cake mixture for the inside and how to cover them in candymelts to look like ice cream. ⇩

The Cones – Plus 10% off Chocolate moulds

For the cone these are made from candy melts. You can also use chocolate, but make sure you temper your chocolate first. I love candy melts as they don’t need to be tempered, you can just melt them in the microwave and they are ready to use.

The mould was a 3 part mould which makes it so quick and easy to create the shells. Just pour in your candy melts or your tempered chocolate up to the line, push in a flexible middle and add on the back. This means that they create a shell that is the same thickness all over. For the colour of the cone I coloured my candy melts with dust colours by Sugarflair. Dust colours are great as the colour mixes well into melted candy melts and you only need a small amount. Dust colours are a great alternative to oil based colours.

As well as using the cones to make caksicles you can also use them on your cakes, if you’re making a melting ice cream cake, or maybe you want to add them around the side.

Fest Cake London have been kind enough to give me a 10% off discount code, for your first order on all their chocolate moulds. To receive 10% off all you need to do is click the link to their website and 10% will automatically be taken off at the  checkout

Ice Cream Cakesicles BWB cone mould

The Sprinkles

What Ice cream would be complete without sprinkles. In the video I make a variety of different Cakesicles but I think my favourite is the one with chocolate over the top, covered in sprinkles. For the sprinkles I’m using this fun Colour Up mix by Happy Sprinkles. It is perfect for ice creams with its vibrant colours and mixture of different shapes.

10% off Happy Sprinkles

If you want to give Happy Sprinkles a try for yourself they have kindly given me a 10% off discount code for me to share with you. To receive 10% off Happy Sprinkles all you need to do is visit their website or The Cake Decorating Company and enter the code HAPPYLYNZ10 at the checkout! (This code can not be combined with any other discounts)

Ice cream cakesicles sprinkles by happy sprinkles

These really are so much fun to make and will be perfect for your summer cakes and parties. I really hope you will find this tutorial useful and enjoy making your own version of these cakesicles, whether you add them onto your cakes, add them into treat boxes or make them for a party. Also if you love cakesicles don’t forget to check out my other cakesicle tutorials available in my tutorial page.

Ice Cream Cakesicle cake pops

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Tools I Used

I have put a list below showing all the tools that I used throughout this video or if you would like to see all my favourite cake decorating tools just click here:

Ice Cream Cone mould:
PME candy melts:
Fun Cakes deco melts:
Colour Mill Mint Green:
Colour Mill Raspberry:
Piping bags I use:
Sugarflair cream edible tint:
Sugarflair buttermilk edible tint:
Sugarflair brown edible tint:
Happy Sprinkles Colour Up:
Cake Smoother (similar):
Kitchen Blow Torch:
Wilton Ice Cream Stand:

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how to make ice cream cakesicle

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Hi, I’m Lynsey and welcome to Cakes by Lynz. I LOVE everything cake! Here you will find all my latest cake decorating video tutorials from my YouTube channel, reviews and general cake ramblings!

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