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Our fondant soda fountain really takes you back. It’s definitely a “conversation cake,” thanks to great details like the hand-cut tile floor, lollipop stick stools and cool ice cream treat candles.
Chill out during the dog days of summer with cookies-and-ice-cream sandwiches presented on beribboned sticks. Use Patriotic Cookie and Cake Stencils and Colored Sugars to add freedom-rings patterns to the candy-coated treats.
Push N’ Print Cutters make decorating these treats easy! One step cuts the cookies and imprints the design. After baking you simply follow the pattern to pipe the colorful dots, lines and zigzags.
Present an ice cream lover with an ice-cream novelty cake. A bite-size wedge cut from the candy-coated Sheet Pan cake makes it appear as if birthday girl Nancy has already noshed.
For a cool summer treat, make some Ice Cream Sandwich Cookies. The cookies and the ice cream centers are cut using a shaped cookie cutter. Wrap completed sandwiches in plastic wrap and keep in freezer for snack-time!
At over a foot tall, this Ice Cream Cone cake is really cool! It’s easy to decorate too with simple stars and spatula iced “ice cream.” Add candy flavoring and change the icing color to represent your favorite ice cream flavor!
Vacationing couple are Chilling in the Sunshine. We started with Grandma’s Gingerbread cookies, decorated them with royal icing and added molded candy ice cream cones. Perfect for summer get-togethers!
What will they eat first? The crunchy cone? The candy-covered crisped rice cereal treat “ice cream scoop” topped with Jumbo Rainbow Nonpareils Sprinkles? Or, the candies hidden inside?
Present your Valentine with assorted candy treats in an edible candy bowl! Ours is made using white Candy Melts. The 2 large halves were molded in a 3-1/2 in. wide Mini Ball Pan.
No need to worry about climbing temps when you serve ice-cream-cone cookies. Score waffle patterns in Ice Cream Cone Cutter cookies before baking.
Tempt their taste buds with crispy-rice cones capped with candy. Use an Ice Cream Cone Cutter to imprint cone shapes in crisped rice cereal treats; cut out the shapes using a paring knife.
Rethink how you serve cake and ice cream. Placed appropriately in a sundae dish, this enticing extravagance tops a cupcake with a hot-fudge sundae brightened with Confetti Sprinkles. Yummy!
It’s the best of both worlds! A cookie covered with candy. Use our Bell Cookie Cutter to make the sundae cup from cookie dough recipe and cover with melted candy. Make candy base with the Peanut Butter Cups Candy Mold and attach inverted decorated cookie with melted candy. Add 1/2 cherry ball on top.
Big form and big flavor equals big grins. Create the capacious cone by forming crisped-rice-cereal-treat mixture in our Ice Cream Cone Pan and frosting the scoops with candy melts.
Now this is what I call a “jumbo” cone! Ice Cream Cone Pan bakes a Cherry on Top Cake that’s over a foot tall. It’s truly a dream come true!
One cone can feed a crowd when it’s made of chocolate mousse molded in our Ice Cream Cone Pan. Decorate the ice-cream scoop with Vanilla Whipped Icing Mix and Jumbo Rainbow Nonpareil Sprinkles.
Butterfly Ice Cream Sandwiches are extra special—and easy. Cut cookie dough into butterfly shapes, instead of the usual round or square, then bake and cool.
Two scoops are always better than one! Amplify everyone’s pleasure with an Ice Cream Cone Pan cake featuring fondant forms shaped with our Cutter/Embosser tool and Alphabet/Number Cut-Outs.
Serve your sundaes to salute the Valentine season! A homemade candy heart can be made with ease using the cutters, Candy Melts candy and sprinkles in the Wilton Candy Gift Kit.
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