Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Olympic Torch Cupcakes

Olympic Torch Cupcake Cones

What ya need:
Cake Mix
Ice Cream Cones
Fruit Roll-ups
Yellow food coloring

What ya need to do:

Mix up cake mix

Place ice cream cones in high baking dish
(I used 2 bread/loaf pans)

Spoon cake mix in ice cream cones until 2/3 full

Bake @ 350 for 30 min (oven times vary)
*After 20 min, I took my cones out of the oven
and moved them around in the pan for even baking*

Let cool

Mix up yellow frosting

Pipe on some yellow (I used 1M wilton tip)

Cut fruit roll up to have a "flame-like" appearance

Wrap around toothpick to get it to stick up 
nice and tall like a flame should

Poke into cupcake torch center!!

Sit back and admire your creative genius!!


These cupcakes probably are not new or unique in concept. I haven't been "around" the sweet blogs lately to see what has been posted for the Olympics but I am excited to see what has been put out by some amazing blogs I frequent. I have been occupied lately by some new and quite interesting adventures but I will always come back to the "sweet" things in my life eventually.....



Anonymous said...

So good to see you back and with such a cute idea for a cupcake. Hope you are enjoying your summer and able to spend lots of time with Sophia and family :) Hugs ~ Paula

Unknown said...

I am thrilled your back!
I hope you had a great break, and all is well! You were missed!

Cute way to kick off the Summer Olympics~ too Cute!

Jill @ said...

Fantastic them!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Cute cupcakes in a cone Trisha. Hope all is well with you and family; I always enjoy seeing what fun things you come up with.

Barbara F. said...

So good to see a post, Trisha. I've missed you. I used to make these cone cupcakes all the time,for adults as well as kids. xo

SweetSugarBelle said...

You're here!!! Yahoo!!! This is awesome, Trisha!!!!!

Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust said...

Those are awesome! I've missed you, it's so good to see a post from you!

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...


So nice to see you back - hope you had a good respite, you were missed. (Hug)

Love this idea, how cute and perfectly timed.

Take care, sweet lady!

Unknown said...

this is a great idea! I can't wait to watch the Olympics. I won't be backing here on vaca but will be watching for sure!

Unknown said...

These are fantastic. We missed the torch coming through our city which was a real shame since it was a once in a lifetime event. I love the yellow frosting and the fruitroll up. We don't have fruit rolls here but we have something similar I think (if they're still around). I'm wondering if the cones would be able to take a gold luster spray too or whether they'd go a little soft.

Sweet 2 Eat Baking

Sue said...

Such a cute idea, Trisha! Hope all is well! Good to "see" you:)

Unknown said...

These are adooooorable!!! Such a cute idea!!

Erin said...

These are so perfect. What a great and clever idea!

highheeledlife said...

Trisha, I was so happy to see you pop up in my reading list!! I have missed you. As always you amaze with your creativity... these are brillinat. Blessings, C. (HHL)

Pink Little Cake said...

I am so happy you are back posting fun treats. I have miss you. I hope you are having a fantastic summer and enjoying a lot of time with your family.

MissCandiquik said...

Very Cute...I have seen recipes for baking cupcakes in the ice cream cones, but haven't personally done it...such a great idea! Speaking of Olympics, I have an Olympic "Party" happening now on my blog with tons of cute ideas!

Terri said...

Hello Trish, I was glad to see you again. I hope you are doing well.
These Olympic torch treats are fab! How fun for little ones during the Olympics. We are looking forward to Friday for sure.

Best wishes on your new interesting things!

Sugar Swings said...

Cute! Hope all is well. Miss u around!

MissCandiquik said...

Super cute! I tried to post a comment earlier, but it didn't work :(.
Glad to see you back in the swing of things! Check out my Olympic Party for other cute themed ideas :)

Kathy said...

Hello Trisha, I have had you on my mind - I hope you had a wonderful vacation - that looked like an amazing place! Another friend of mine has been dealing with arrhythmia - not fun! You are so very creative and such a joy! Hugs from Georgia,

Susan @ Oh My! Creative said...
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Susan @ Oh My! Creative said...

So clever - I featured them in a creative Olympic roundup!

Feel free to submit them to the web site!

Unknown said...

I've heard that if you wrap the cones in aluminum foil they won't turn out soft, but stay crispy instead. Anyone know if this is true?

Unknown said...

I've heard that if you wrap the cones in aluminum foil they won't turn out soft, but stay crispy instead. Anyone know if this is true?

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Those are so cute, Trish! I hope all is well with you. xo

Angela McRae said...

What a great (and timely) idea!

Linda Vandermeer McCubbin said...

What a fun idea for cone cupcakes :)

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