Monday, May 19, 2008

Childhood is calling

My mom used to make these cupcake cones for us when we were little and this past Saturday one of my primary kids was getting baptized so I decided to whip up a batch. Hey I loved em' when I was 8 and have times really changed that much??? David was afraid they would be too messy (ba humbug)and I was afraid I made too many. Anyway they were a hit and the kids stayed clean! I had a little run-in with the food coloring and it won...a little on the bright side but at 10:30 pm whatcha gonna do?

14 comments:

Emily said...

those are so cute! You're so good at baking and decortaing! How did you make these? do you bake the cupcakes in the actual cone or do you put them in afterwards?

Kent and Leisy said...

I have the same question as emily. do you bake them in the cone? I may have to duplicate the idea for my primary class!

Clay and Katy said...

oh those look so tasty and cute...can you send me one???

Angie Lewis said...

Wow, Jodee - you never cease to amaze me...those are super cute!

Kat & Steve said...

Those are adorable! Of course they loved them. I really like the bright colors. The brighter the better, as far as kids go.Cute cute.

Eric and Addie said...

oh my goodness, those are so cute. i bet you made those kids day. You are quite the talented one aren't you? eric would love it if i knew how to bake or cook for that matter. nice job!

Jessica said...

You are amazing! They look so so so cute Jodee! I'm really hungry for some frosting now! MMMMmmmm frosting.

David and Jodee said...

I bake the cupcake in the cone...I usually fill until the fat part of the cone, so about half way up.

Macdonald's said...

Those are so adorable and look delicious! You are so talented!

Jason & Dianne said...

Jodee, I was going to say how wonderful and brilliant your cupcakes are but it looks like 8 other people got to it before me. They are awesome! I think that I'll try to make them for Chase's Birthday next month.

Lindsey said...

The cupcakes are so cute! There is a Coldstone in West Allis. You get off at National Ave, turn left on 108th street and it's like 2 blocks down on the right. It's never busy either.

Mark and Tawni said...

How cute! I love them. That is so cute!

Laurie said...

super cute!

Emily said...

ok i'm going to attempt to make these!