dip dyed ice cream cones

The kids and I spent this last week visiting family in Las Vegas and laying out in the sun. It certainly feels like summer around here. As a welcome to this beautiful season sticky, drippy ice cream seems the only appropriate “hello”.

I dip dyed these cones to give a bit of celebration to our warm weather snack. They will give a colorful punch to your poolside party or warm evening celebration.

To make the dip dyed cones: Mix two or three drops of food coloring in a tall cup of warm water, stir until dissolved. Dip each cone into the color of your choice and lay out to dry (mine took about 24 hours to fully dry out). Fill with your favorite ice cream for a scrumptious summer snack.

Photography by Carly Taylor for a subtlerevelry.

PS. Ice cream in a jar, labels for your ice cream cones and the most wonderful ice cream recipe.

blessings.

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Posted June 09, 2011
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16 Responses to “dip dyed ice cream cones”

  1. porter says:

    What a cute cute cute idea!! Perfect for summer!!

  2. very married says:

    oo! cute.
    does the dyeing weaken the cone?

  3. Clever, as usual! Cute little added perk to the already amazing treat of ice cream. My peanut will LOVE doing this, I’ll just have to buy some cones.

  4. Lena says:

    This is so genius!

  5. Stephie says:

    Too clever Victoria! I love the cream jug as well. Stephie x

  6. Rebecca says:

    love the ice + cream ;)

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    Where did you get the adorable milk carton creamer?

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  13. Melodie says:

    I have done this before..Dry them in the oven. What I did was put a cooling rack in the oven and turn on 170 degrees. Just watch them.. It does not take long. Sugar cones take longer then cake cones. They turn out beautiful !!!