Festive Chocolate Dipped Cones with Halloween themed sprinkles make for a fun Halloween Party treat. Made with your favorite chocolate (milk, dark or white) you can completely customize these ice cream cones for any occasion!
Make these extra special festive by making a homemade no-churn pumpkin ice cream! The people eating it will LOVE you!
Today I’m sharing a simple but festive recipe for chocolate-dipped ice cream cones that are sprinkled with colorful Halloween sprinkles! It’s perfect Halloween Party food and a sweet treat everyone will enjoy!
I know that it’s Fall, but we love ice cream all year long. With Halloween, I knew I wanted to have something to share with you that was super easy to do.
These cones were made with pumpkin ice cream, but they could be served with vanilla, chocolate, peanut butter or whatever your favorite ice cream is.
Nothing beats a great ice cream cone—- except maybe a chocolate-dipped ice cream cone. These are a fun Halloween food idea that you can do with even the littlest of kids.
These adorable Halloween Food Treats are made with just three ingredients. Chocolate, ice cream cones and sprinkles. How cool is that!
You can use store-bought cones and they are just as delicious with either a sugar cone, a cake/wafer cone or a waffle cone.
The dipped cones are easy to make and can be done in no time at all. You will need to let them harden for at least 30 minutes (although I usually let them harden for 60 just to make sure.)
This post was originally a part of Halloween Treats week and I was given products to use in this post. But all opinions are my own!
How to Make Chocolate Dipped Cones
Use any type of ice cream cone you like. I used a sugar cone, but a waffle cone or cake/wafer cone can be dipped too.
Buy whatever chocolate you like. This will work with white chocolate, milk chocolate or dark chocolate. I like to buy a good bar of chocolate like Godiva Dark, but honestly, it doesn’t matter if you buy the expensive chocolate or the less expensive kind.
If you buy chocolate chips you automatically eliminate the first step of chopping it into small pieces. (TIME SAVER)
Use a microwave-safe bowl to melt the chocolate. Cooking for 30 seconds, stirring until its completely melted.
After dipping the chocolate allow the excess chocolate to completely drip back into the bowl so it doesn’t drip down the side of the cone.
Once the chocolate has finished dripping use your hands to gently sprinkle the sprinkles onto the chocolate. (The ones pictured are from Sweet Treats Shoppe)
It’s tempting to roll the chocolate edges in the sprinkles, but bits of chocolate will fall off and it will be a big mess. (Trust me on this….. it isn’t pretty when there are big globs of chocolate on the edges of your cone.)
What can I use to let the freshly chocolate dipped cones set?
Don’t have a small glass to let the dipped cones dry? You can make your own using any box (I used the cone box) by slicing a large “X” in the cardboard.
Gently push the “X” with your fingers then place the dipped cone in the center.
Need More Ideas for Halloween Food Ideas? We have lots of fun ideas! Check them all out here!
Halloween Treats Week is put on by Angie at Big Bear’s Wife and she has so many Halloween Recipes you should really check them out! The girl has some serious Halloween Skills!
More Halloween Party Food Ideas
More Halloween Food Ideas
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- THE SCREAM Brownies
- Spooky 7 Layer Dip (5 great options to decorate it differently!)
- Mummy Cheese Bread
- Creepy Eyeball Meatballs
- Halloween Bark (coming tomorrow!)
- Eyeball Chex Mix (coming Wednesday!
I’m was happy to use products in this post specifically from the following sponsor(s) Sweet Treats Shoppe They have such unique sprinkles, cute straws, paper bags and colorful sugars.Check out the amazing #HalloweenTreatsWeek recipes from our bloggers today!
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- Black Cauldron Bubbly Cupcakes from Daily Dish Recipes
- Boolicious Caramel Chocolate Covered Fruit from Everyday Eileen
- Jack-o-Lantern Candy Bark from Sweet Beginnings
- Caramel Apple Blossoms from For the Love of Food
- Monster Marshmallows from Shockingly Delicious
- Halloween Muddy Buddies from Back To My Southern Roots
- Mummy Crinkle Cookies from Creative Southern Home
- Sally’s Sugar Cookies from The Spiffy Cookie
- Eyeball Thumbprint Cookies from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures
- Eye of Newt Halloween Wands from Who Needs A Cape?
- Halloween Brownie Pudding Parfait from Desserts Required
- Halloween No Bake Cheesecake from Lemon Blossoms
- Halloween Dipped Ice Cream Cones from West Via Midwest
- Pumpkin Soup with Savory Spices and Roasted Pumpkin Seeds from Nancie’s Table
- Halloween Stuffed Chocolate Whoopie Pies from Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Death by Chocolate Dessert Ball from Strawberry Blondie Kitchen
- Jack o Lantern Bundt Cake from The Redhead Baker
- Frankenstein Cupcake Cake from Jonesin’ For Taste
- Chocolate Truffle Pumpkin Spider Cake from Sweet ReciPEAs
- Spooky Sprinkled Brownies from The Beard and The Baker
- Halloween Candy Charcuterie Board from Pint Sized Baker
- Halloween Monster Buttermilk Pancakes from Katie’s Cucina
- Sugar Skull Layer Cake from Love and Confections
- Mummy Meringue Pops from My Sweet Zepol
- Halloween Hidden Bat Loaf Cat from Savory Moments
- Vegan Halloween Cookies & Cream Fault Line Cake from The Baking Fairy
- Halloween Corn Chip Dessert Bars from Intelligent Domestications
- Oogie Boogie Meringue Cupcakes from A Blender Mom
- Smores Ghost Brownies from Books n’ Cooks
Prep Time 5 minutesDipping Time 15 minutesTotal Time 20 minutes
- 6 ounces Dark Chocolate (or your favorite chocolate)
- 12 Ice Cream Cones
- 2 ounces Sprinkles Candies
- Chop chocolate to small pieces and place them in a microwave-safe bowl. (If you use chocolate chips you don't have to chop them.)
- Microwave on high for 30 seconds, then remove and stir.
- Repeat until chocolate has melted completely.
- Place a small amount of sprinkles into a bowl.
- Dip cones one at a time into chocolate then hold cone over bowl of melted chocolate until all the dripping has stopped.
- Using your fingers sprinkle the cone while being held over the bowl with the sprinkles so that any excess falls back into the bowl.
- Coat until all chocolate has sprinkles on it.
- Place cone right side up in a small glass (or a box with "x" cut into it to hold a cone.
- Add more sprinkles as needed. If chocolate drips into sprinkles, start with a new bowl of sprinkles.
- Allow cone to set for at least 60 minutes. Once set, either serve with ice cream or place in a sealed container until ready to use.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 378Total Fat: 19gSaturated Fat: 10gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 51mgSodium: 124mgCarbohydrates: 48gFiber: 2gSugar: 36gProtein: 5g
This recipe was calculated using the exact brands and measurements I used to make this recipe. If you are following a strict diet please note changing anything will cause the nutritional info to change. Please calculate your own nutritional information if you want it exact to what you make and use my calculations as a guide only.