Ice Cream Cone Cookies
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Store the finished cookies in an airtight container. These will get stale if there’s enough humidity or if they are left out. You can always toss the container in the fridge.Print
These easy ice cream cone cookies are delicious and won’t melt away!
- Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
- Vanilla Sandwich Cookies
- Sugar Wafers (orange color)
- Candy Melts* -white, pink and orange. *I didn’t have any white candy melts on hand, therefore I used 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 1/2 teaspoon water. You want this very thick, otherwise it will run off your chocolate cookie. You can also use any other colored candy melt since it’s completely covered with rainbow sprinkles.
- Chocolate Jimmie Sprinkles
- Rainbow Sprinkles
- Red M&Ms – I only had peanut butter m&ms and they worked great!
- Using a bread knife, cut sugar wafers on a cutting board. Use gentle pressure and a sawing motion. You may need to cut the ends if your wafer cookies are extra long. Place a sandwich cookie on them to be sure.
- Microwave orange candy melts in a ziplock bag and cut the tip. Squeeze onto the sugar wafers and press one cookie on top. Repeat for the rest of the cone shaped wafers and cookies.
- Microwave white candy melts in a ziplock bag and cut the tip. Squeeze onto the chocolate cookies and press each cookie into the rainbow sprinkles. *If using powdered sugar icing recipe, use a knife to spread the icing onto the cookie. If it runs off, your icing is too thin. Add 1 teaspoon of powdered sugar at a time to get it nice a thick.
- Use a dollop of candy melts on the back of an M&M and attach to the chocolate cookies. Set aside.
- Microwave pink candy melts in a ziplock bag and cut the tip. Squeeze onto the vanilla cookies and press an M&M into the pink candy melts. Sprinkle with chocolate jimmies.
- Set aside to harden.