Sunday, July 10, 2011

Pink Princess Cupcakes #2- Frosty Ice Cream Sandwich

Frosty Ice Cream Sandwich
This is #2 of 28 different Princess design ideas that I am making from the Pink Princess Cupcake Book. To view the other Pink Princess Cupcakes from the book that I have made, click HERE!
This Pink Princess Cupcake idea is very simple to make.
Start with your favorite chocolate cupcakes, or the recipe from the book. This is a great time to use the cupcake liners that are leftover from other occasions, you know the ones! Once the cupcakes are fully cooled, peel off the wrappers and cut the cupcake in half like you would a burger bun. If the cupcake is too soft to do this you may want to put it in the freezer for about 10 minutes before cutting.
While the cupcake is cooling, prepare the ice cream circles: Carefully remove the ice cream from the carton in one. Slice the ice cream into about 1/2 inch slices and use a circle cookie cutter similar to the size of your cupcake to make the ice cream circles for the centers of your cupcakes. You can also just smash the ice cream into the cookie cutter, that works well too! Depending on the weather and how temperamental your ice cream is, you will probably need to put your ice cream circles back in the freezer to firm them up again for 1-2 hours.
I found this sprinkle set at Party City to help me along my Princess adventure!
 To assemble the cupcakes, place one ice cream circle in between your cupcake "bun" and roll the side in pink jimmies, sprinkles, or whatever else looks fun and princess-like! Insert through the top a plastic wand, cute princess pick, or nothing at all. My wands did turn out to be too long, but I didn't want to cut them since my princess would be playing with them later. Ideally the star on the wand would only be about 1/2 to 3/4 inch above the cake. These cupcakes could be personalized for a boy as well using different picks, a toy sword, or just different colored sprinkles.
Next week's Pink Princess Cupcake:
Pink Princess
Be Sure to Check out all of the Pink Princess Cupcakes!

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  1. wow...this looks amazing..
    first time your space..
    fantastic recipe collection ..
    Am your happy follower now..:)
    do stop by mine sometime..
    Tasty Appetite

  2. I bet any little girl would love those! The sprinkles are great!
    Thanks so much for joining us on Cupcake Tuesday!

  3. Found you from This Chick Cooks linky party. These are ADORABLE. wow, so cute. Wish I had some little girls to make these for!

  4. I'm loving your Pink Princess cookbook. These are so cute. I love them! Thanks for sharing on A Well-Seasoned Life's Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

  5. Love those Princess sprinkles. I have a 3 year old granddaughter that is one sweet princess.

  6. Hi,
    Oh all of our little ones are just going to love this. What a great idea! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you next week. Hope you are having a great week end.
    Miz Helen

  7. What a simple but great idea for an ice cream sandwich! They are so pretty and pink too :-) And sprinkles totally make everything better and more princess like! Thanks so much for joining in at the Ice Cream Social! We will do it all again next year, so mark your calendar :-)

  8. Would you please send some to me...LOL These look amazing!

  9. We are hosting an ICE CREAM theme linky party all this week! We'd love to have you come on by and link this delicious ice cream treat.

    Hope to see you there, Thanks a million!

  10. Love your blog! It would be great if you came and linked some of your ideas to Lovely Little Snippets!


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