Snow Cone Cupcakes

Snowcone Cupcakes

These snow cones won’t melt. Nope. They’re not icy… but they are frosted.

They’re snow cone cupcakes and they were a lot of fun to make.

I decorated them in red, white, and blue so you can see how cute they can be for Memorial Day or the Fourth.

When I made them, I wanted more than just the tops to resemble snow cones though. I wanted the cupcake to be tri-colored too. But not the usual layered look you see from bottom to top.

No. These should be layered vertically to match the frosted tops, right?

Snowcone Cupcake

Yes and Yay!

To be honest, I’m glad it actually worked so well. I wasn’t sure when I first started thinking about it, but they came out just like I had hoped.

And they’re an added little surprise when you bite into them.

Cake Batter

Divide the cake batter equally and then tint a third blue and another third red.

The plain batter is good to go.

Snowcone Cupcake Batter

Now the fun part. Spoon each color of batter into a decorating bag and tie the end with a twist tie. For this to work well, you need the colors to fill the baking cups at the same time.

I taped the bags together so I could hold them as one unit. The photo on the right is no good. Taping them at the top causes the tips to separate and you’ll make a mess trying to fill the baking cups this way. Trust me. : )

Instead tape the bottoms so the ends are closer together. Lay the bags on a flat surface and tape them so they are in a row. This will give you a lot more control when you pipe.

Prepare baking cups… Take a deep breath … and cut the ends off the decorator bags at the same time. Try to hold the bags at the top so you can apply even pressure to all three and slowly fill each baking cup with batter. Move the tips of the bags back and forth as you apply pressure so they fill evenly with batter.

Then bake!

Snowcone Cupcake

And voila – vertically tri-colored cupcakes. Yippee!

All you have to do now is decorate.

Snowcone Cupcake

I baked these in candy cups and then frosted and decorated them in sections. Middle first – dipped in sugar crystals. Then blue with blue sugar crystals and then the red. I like sugar crystals for this project instead of sanding sugar because the size of the crystals are bigger and look a little more icy, but you can use either. And technically, if your frosting is tinted the right color, you could just sprinkle the entire tops with white crystals.


Once frosted and covered in crystals, use a toothpick to manipulate the frosting and make sure the rim of the paper cup shows. This will help pull off the look.

Red, white and blue cupcakes

Snow Cone Cupcakes
Yield: 16 cupcakes

Snow Cone Cupcakes

Cook Time 16 minutes
Total Time 16 minutes


Red white and blue cupcakes

  • 2-2/3 cups all purpose flour
  • 1-1/2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 4 egg whites
  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla
  • 2/3 cup salted butter, softened
  • Three bowls
  • Red and blue liquid food coloring
  • Three piping bags
  • Twist ties
  • Candy cup baking papers (see notes below)


  • 1 cup butter, softened
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 4 cups confectioner's sugar
  • 4 teaspoons milk
  • food coloring
  • Red, white and blue sugar crystals
  • Small plastic spoons


  1. For the cupcakes: Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Sift flour, sugar and baking powder into a large mixing bowl and then mix together on low. In another bowl, stir egg whites, milk and vanilla together.
  3. Add butter to the flour mixture and mix together. As it starts to combine, slowly pour the milk mixture in and mix until completely combined.
  4. Divide batter evenly into three bowls. Add about 40 drops of red food color to one bowl and stir together until completely blended. Repeat with the blue food color and a second bowl, leaving the last bowl white.
  5. Stand decorator bags in tall glasses for support and spoon batter into bags. Tie off the ends of the bags with twist ties. (Note: Three bags will hold about half of the batter, so you'll need to repeat for the full amount.)
  6. Lay the bags side by side and tape around the bottoms of the three bags to make it easier to hold them together in a row.
  7. Cut the end of the bags off and slowly pipe batter into paper candy cups using a back and forth motion. Use your fingers to apply more pressure to the center bag if necessary.
  8. Fill cups a little more than halfway. Bake for about 16 minutes or until done.
    Remove and cool. Makes about 16 cupcakes.
  9. For the frosting: Beat butter and vanilla together. Add sugar slowly and beat until combined.
    Scrape down the sides and add milk. Mix until smooth and creamy. You can also add a couple of drops cherry oil for extra snow cone flavor.
  10. Divide the frosting into three bowls and tint two of the bowls with a few drops of red and blue food color so when you cover in sugar crystals, there isn't any white frosting showing through.
    Makes enough to frost about 8 cupcakes with high domes of frosting. Double the amount for this cupcake recipe unless you don't plan on frosting your cupcakes this high.
  11. To Decorate: Pipe white frosting down the center of the cupcake, lining up somewhat with the white cake section. Then use a knife to pull the frosting down towards the edge of the cup. Make sure to leave the white rim of the cupcake paper showing completely. You can wipe off excess frosting if necessary.
  12. Sprinkle white sugar crystals on the frosting, letting the excess fall into a bowl underneath. You can then gently press the cupcake down into the fallen crystals to fill any uncoated areas.
  13. For the red side, just use a knife to apply the frosting. Pull downward with the edge of the knife so the frosting meets at the base of the cup. Again, make sure to keep the rim of the cup free of frosting.
  14. Sprinkle with red sugar crystals over a separate bowl, and press red section into the bowl of crystals to fill any gaps. Repeat with the blue frosting and blue sugar crystals.
  15. When the cupcakes are coated with sprinkles you can easily, reshape the dome if necessary by gently pressing down any areas that look uneven.
  16. Finally, sprinkle more white sugar crystals over the entire cupcake to give it an even icier look and insert a small spoon right in the top.


Note: You can bake these in candy cups or regular baking cups. If you use candy cups, make sure you find the ones that aren't wax coated on the inside. Here are some I found online that are meant for baking in. Most of the ones I've seen in stores have the coating on the inside. And if they are hard to find, you can also just bake them in regular baking cups and place them in the candy cup before you decorate.

Snowcone Cupcakes

Serve with little plastic spoons for full effect and see who you can fool!

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292 comments on “Snow Cone Cupcakes”

  1. You know why I love your blog so much, the pictures. You have so many pictures to go with each entry. Love, love it. Hope all is well with you.

  2. These are genius. Just genius. And so incredibly cute! Thank you for sharing the how-to with us.

  3. These are perfect for summer!!! Your creativity is to die for!!!

  4. my kids will absolutely love this!!

  5. You are definetely a genius…

  6. I love that you colored the batter as well! These would be great for summer birthday parties too..we have a LOT coming up for our family. Thanks Bakerella. :o)

  7. They look fantastic! Maybe I’ll make them for the upcoming European Football (Soccer) Championship. I’m Dutch so the colours are perfect! I would just try to find orange cups…. That would be awesome!

  8. SO cute! SO original! You are so creative, Bakerella! Thank you for sharing :)

  9. I… I’m just SO upset that I didn’t think of this first!

    I can’t wait to make my own… I totally want to do like, tutti-frutti colours or something truly wild like that. I just gotta find those little paper cups and the right colours of sugar.

    What a fun summery cupcake :)

  10. OMG, those are so darn cute ;)

  11. They’re just so cute I had to make them last night, I brought them in for my co-workers today and everyone LOVED them! I didn’t color the batter but they they still looked great, I also added a cherry filling (yum). I found the paper cups at my local Cash &Carry and the little spoons I got at my grocery store’s deli counter. I asked really nice and they gave me 2 dozen for free : )

  12. Super Cute! Love these for 4th of July party…do you have any cute ideas for Graduations??

  13. Saw this on fb and had to try. It was really hard to evenly get all three colors to come out evenly. The middle bag in particular was either to much or not enough! I might try next time using an 18″ bag for the middle flavor with 12″ bags for the side flavor,or a bigger opening in the middle bag, then gravity will help.

  14. Amazing!!!! Love these!! Hoping I will be able to find the small spoons so I can duplicate! These will be a hit at the two cookouts we are attending on Monday & my kids will love them too!!

  15. You thrill me! These are the ultimate nod to patriotic fun :)

  16. This is such a cute idea! I just started baking and decorating and really getting into about 8 months ago and I always come to your site for ideas. You are such in inspiration and all of your stuff is so awesome thank you so much for sharing all your ideas. Your tutorials and recipes are fantastic I am so happy I stumbled upon your site!!!!:)

  17. My husband thought these were real! So funny. I can’t wait to make these for a cookout!

  18. Wow Bakerella! You outdo yourself each and every time. Love everything you do. I’m a crafter, not a baker. But I love to come here and see what you come up with : )

  19. I never much cared for snow cones, but I lovvvvvve cupcakes, so I’m down with these!

  20. Freakin’ Brilliant!!

  21. Awesome! The kiddies will go nuts for these! I love how creative you are….and NO MELTING!! Happy Memorial Day weekend.

  22. these are soooo cute! are the candy cups the same size as a standard cupcake?

  23. I had to look again when I read they weren’t snowcones…really clever! Any tips for a new blogger? My mom is starting a food blog called and I’d love to share tips from a successful blogger. Thanks!

  24. absolutely genius!

  25. Oh! MY! GOODNESS! These are adorable!!

  26. Bakerella, you are crazy.

    CRAZY AWESOME, that is!

    Awesome, I tell you.

  27. too too clever!!!

  28. Yum!
    I’ll have to do it but in the Polish version :)

  29. I can not wait to try these!!!

  30. I will try to make them this week

  31. Thank you so much for this. I’ve got miss5’s bday coming up in July and these would be awesome to make for school. You are truly an inspiration and very talented ;-)

  32. alright… are these all your ideas, really you go girl! I love this one too, I feel like I say that every time I post a comment.

  33. These will be perfect for Jase’s “Red, White, and Two” birthday party this summer! Thank you!

  34. Oh my gosh these are amazing!!!!!

  35. Amazing! Thanks for showing the right way (and the wrong) to tape the bags for filling!

  36. LOVE these! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity! :)

  37. These are absolutely adorable!!! What piping tip did you use to pipe the middle (white) frosting?

  38. My Coldstone Creamery store sold a cupful of the little spoons to me for the price of an add-on topping….69 cents! If they had not been willing to do it, I was going to try BJ’s Wholesale or Costco and ask if they would sell some that they use for sampling products.

  39. So sad that the little white spoons aren’t for sale on the Bake It Pretty website. Only the colored ones are. Ive been looking everywhere for a small amount of those spoons so wouldn’t have to buy bulk. Also Thank you for the link to get the cant cups! Now I know where to buy them that don’t have wax!

    I will be making these beauties for Memorial Day!

  40. These are too adorable and awesome for words and I MUST TRY THEM.

  41. So clever and adorable! The picture was in my Flickr feed for awhile and I didn’t realize until today that they weren’t real sno-cones.

  42. You’re a genius…a genius that creates cuteness!

  43. Oh my lord, I totally got tricked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a brilliant idea! I will be trying this VERY SOON!

    i can`t get over how cute these are! Another great job! Man oh man if there was a creative desserts class you would be on the honor roll, top of the class!

  45. oh my goodness I just LOVE these!!!

  46. Those are crazy cute! I sooo want to try those! I think it would be hilarious to leave one sitting in the sun and see if anyone wonders why it doesn’t melt… : )

  47. So flipping cute. Will bake for this weekend.

  48. These are AMAZING!! You are super talented. I would never have thought of something so creative. Love it!!

  49. I freakin’ love these. They are super cute! I think I found my 4th of July cupcakes

  50. these look great I am going to try these

  51. there so cute,, it ‘s exactly like our flag in the Netherlands. But I wish they were real ice creams because of the heat.

  52. Super clever. Love ’em!

  53. Angie!! I love these! They are so fun and festive and perfect for summer! Miss you!

  54. you are so creative!!! I’m amazed on how you can come up with these ideas :)

  55. These are amazing. You are so creative. I love your work. I can’t wait to try these on Memorial Day. :)

  56. I agree with FairlyOddMother! I haven’t seen the Food Network magazine in question of even heard of JustJenn until today. I have met Angie in person and know her to be one of the nicest, sweetest humans on the planet. Making one food look like another food is not a new concept – there’s the real possibility that 2 people had independently similar thoughts on or about the same time.

  57. SOOOO Cute and Creative!! You never cease to amaze me!! :)

  58. I really thought these were Italian Icees!

  59. Love this!! Hey everyone… We need your support! We have a kickstarter project going to help us build a better bakery. Please check it out, pledge and spread the word. Thank you Bakerella for all of your inspiration!!

  60. i wish i had seen your way of icing them before i made them for my daughters birthday in March. i made regular size cupcakes, all one color, and put sprinkles carefully down the center of the cupcake and then pressed each side into the other color. Your way seemed much easier and less messy then what i did!

  61. So nice of you to rip off someones work and not give proper citation. Did you think no one would notice they were on the cover of food network magazine? I guess you just happened to think of the idea at the same exact time. Poor etiquette but I guess you can do that and get famous off of the “little people.”

  62. Adorable! I have been picking up the needed items to make these for the holiday weekend :)

    I was also wondering how to get the icing so rounded on the cupcake? If anyone can comment, I would appreciate it!

  63. These are lovely…The new issue of Food Network magazine is touting these as well. Great job!

  64. Wow! This is probably your best cupcakes yet. So creative! Can’t wait to try them, and fool everyone.

  65. I love that you went all out and made everything tricolored! I must try this sometime! Thanks!

  66. For a more “authentic” snow cone look, you might try baking the cupcakes in cone-shaped water cooler cups. It can be quite challenging to bake them because you have to find a way to support the cups while the cupcakes bake. Appropriately-sized oven-safe coffee cups might do the trick.

  67. I love these vertical-colored cones! To fill the cups with decorating bags is just Brilliant! Can’t wait to try and make these :)

  68. When I first saw these I swore they were mini sno cones. Of course now I am dying for a sno cone. but these are just AWESOME. I hope that someday i will get around to making them.

  69. wow amazing! u’ve truly created something no one has seen before!!!

  70. love, love, love cant wait to make my own great idea thanks!!

  71. Regarding credit to JustJenn: I did some snow cone cupcakes about 5 years or more ago and thought you might enjoy seeing them.
    I am a SLOW poster and wanted to perfect them so didn’t post until seeing your FABULOUS method of filling the cups this morning. (I linked back to you.) Sometime after I’d made mine all those years ago, I noticed an old Wilton cake with a snowman holding snow cones very similar to my version. Hard to know where the “original” idea came from but without today’s technology, we’d all think we were the first. : ) Great minds or nothing new under the sun? hmmmm . . . YOUR STILL THE BEST IN MY BOOK BAKERELLA!!!

  72. you are a genius! these are adorable!

  73. How sweet are these :D

  74. Wait! I didn’t mean what Batman meant!

  75. oh. no. you. didn’t. think of that.

  76. Super cute! I feel like eating one right now!

  77. You are so creative, these are wonderful! Definitely had me fooled…

  78. Very cute! They look like real snow cones!

  79. They are very cute, but I’m sure the original creator of the snowcone cupcakes would appreciate a citation.

  80. I am DY.ING. So cute!!!!

  81. Totally tricked me! I really thought these were snow cones. They are GORGEOUS!

  82. These are so cute! My daughter’s birthday is the 4th of July so she needs something special – this is it!

  83. These would be perfect for the Memorial Day cakewalk that I’m helping out at! Hopefully, I can get enough energy to get the supplies and make them!


  84. SUPER cute! I totally want to do these for my family get together. Thanks for sharing

  85. Amazing and adorable! As usual with you, Bakerella!

  86. Where can I find the little spoons? They make the snow cones look SO real!

  87. creative as usual!

  88. Those couldn’t be any cuter.

  89. When I first glanced at the unfrosted cupcake, all I could see was the Pepsi logo. Thank goodness that changed when the frosting was added!

    These are adorable!

  90. In Hawaii, we love our shave ice. These are perfect. I want to make mine an Obama’s rainbow.

  91. Those are too stinkin’ cute!

  92. ADORABLE!!! You are awesome!!! Going to do these for the memorial day weekend. Piping the batter… I would never have thought. Genius!!

  93. These are adorable. In the newest Food Network Magazine, they have these, but didn’t have the cupcakes red white and blue, It was just vanilla. I like this way much more

  94. Oh my gosh, these are the cutest thing ever. I love foods that look like other foods!!! :D

  95. These are too cute! I will have to try them soon :)

  96. You are the most creative baker I’ve ever come across. I love your ideas. They inspire me!

  97. of all your creative, amazing, yummy posts, i think this is my very favorite.

  98. Bakerella, you rock! Love the ideas you come up with. Can’t wait to try these!

  99. I saw these in Food Network magazine by JustJenn. Coloring the batter is a fun take on her design.

  100. Genius!!! Love this and it looks so real!!

  101. Impresionante seguro q eres la mejor!

    So creative ur the best!

  102. OMGoodness, these are simply too cute!!! I will definitely have to try these.

    Thank you so much for sharing your talents! Where did you get your baking cups?

  103. Amaaaazing! You’re amazing!

  104. totally thought these were snow cones! what a fun idea for the summer. :)

  105. Your creativity is out of this world – this is amazing!!

  106. I enjoy your site and have nominated you for the NEW Food Stories Award for Excellence in Storytelling. You can see the nomination on my blog, beautifulfood dot blog dot com

  107. Cute! Pretty sure I’ll be making these for 7/4… :)

  108. Coolness…literally..haha…only you would come up with such a new idea! These are truly unusual and look delish!

  109. Just purchased the cups from the site you mentioned… about the cute little spoons? Where can they be purchased? I was thinking about trying to buy some from one of the ice cream shops that give out samples. I am hoping to get my order in time to make them for a Memorial Day pool party. Thanks!!

  110. Love em- My sister was just talking about these but didn’t know who made them… I should have known they were from the brilliant mind of Bakerella.

    : )

  111. OMGracious. How cute are these. I’m going to have to try them this summer when my 5 kids are home from school. They would LOVE it. Not to mention I love being the cool mom on our street. ;-)

  112. These are so cute! I MUST try these!

  113. Really loving this dessert that looks like different dessert trend. So fun! These are so cute!

  114. These look SO awesome!! I might have to attempt them for a 4th of July treat :)

  115. So CUTE Bakerella-but not that you didn’t already know that. I have a queston that I hope you’ll answer. When you frost them, how do you get the tops so rounded when the cupcakes are sorta flat? I was looking at your frosting picture real close-did you just ice a blob on the cupcake and then cover it with the smooth frosting? I am afraid when I go to frost these that I will have problem doing so and it won’t look so rounded…?!

  116. You are too much…really, really incredible!

  117. If u put all three piping bags in a larger bag its easier and they should pipe out the same….:)

  118. These are adorable!!

  119. Thanks so much for posting this – and as always for the step-by-step! Last year I made the cake with the flag INSIDE so everyone got their own American Flag. Can’t wait to try the snow cone for a delicious fooler-surprise!

  120. Molly thought these were REAL snowcones! Then She and I have a sudden crave for snowcones! But cupcakes are good too!! :D!

  121. this is a really cute idea. :0)

  122. These are too cute! I might have to make them for Memorial Day this weekend. I know my friends will get such a kick out of them.

  123. Oh. My. Goodness!! My oldest daughter’s birthday is on the 4th of July, and we are always trying to find cute treats other than the typical traditional holiday cakes/cupcakes, etc. I think you just won! These are too adorable!

  124. So genius! Love these!

  125. Your imagination and ingenuity always amazes me!

  126. son fantasticos me gustaron mucho, tienes alguna idea para una fiesta de pacman,

  127. Wow!!!! Absolutely fantastic! I’m lovin’ it!!!!

  128. These are so cool! I love the idea of this little project — what a neat way to add some flair :) Very cool.

  129. Looks like you are ready for Bastille Day.

  130. I just got some cupcake liners just like that! These are happening!! Love it, Angie!!

  131. absolutely fabulous!! Just tweeted and pinned these for you

  132. These are soooooooo cute! Your creativity never ceases to amaze! Its a terrific idea, that will be fun to try – THANKS

  133. What a great idea! Will have to try making these this weekend. Thanks for sharing!

  134. This is SO stinkin’ cute!!!

  135. You’re so creative! Adorable. :)

  136. Oh my, these are so cute! You’re so clever!

  137. You never cease to amaze me. So dang cute. We eat tons of icees at my house. We have to try these.

  138. So cute and clever! Perfect for the upcoming holidays!

  139. Unbelievably adorable. Have to make these!

  140. Totally love these – will definitely make 4th of July.
    Do have one question regarding where to tape the 3 bags – in the picture you state that taping them at the top would cause a mess and the tips would separate; however, in the actual recipe section you state to tape them at the top. Just thought you might want to make this correction in directions.
    Thanks for sharing this fun recipe.

  141. Oh dear!

  142. I saw these in Food Network Magazine and wanted to try them…but never thought about striping the batter. Thanks for always thinking outside the (cake mix) box!

  143. Super cute! So fun for summer!

  144. Wow your mind never stops…. fun cupcakes

  145. Hello Angie,I am new to your website. Sorry for my english, but I want to tell you that these are so cute and you are so talented! I will try them soon, and I love everything in your site, it is really wonderful!
    Greetings from Italy,

  146. These are super cute and there are endless color combinations! How fun.

  147. Well how cute! You’re so clever. These will be perfect for the 4th of July and some of our other military functions!

  148. How creative. These are super cute.

  149. That is adorable. They look exactly like sno cones. Did you bake them mini or regular? Also do you bake Them in those cups.

  150. You are so creative!! These are adorable!!

  151. Amazing! You had me fooled!

  152. My gosh, how cool (excuse the pun) is that!! Love them, and I intend to try these! I may have better luck than with regular cake pop! :)

  153. AMAZING! I love these so much! And it’s so versatile, I will definitely will be using this method for all my cupcakes now! Haha! x

  154. I love these! Your creativity is endless and I love seeing everything you do!

  155. These are so cool!!! I love this idea and technique! I have a fourth of July bday and I think I’m going to make these for myself!

  156. OMG!!! Definitely gonna have a 4th of July bbq just so I have an excuse to make this, next to baking, pranking is my favorite hobby bwahahaha!!!

  157. What a fabulous idea! I love how you “piped” the cupcake batter.

  158. Oh my. There are so many awesome tips here! Triple colored batter! Topping with sugar to look like ice! Love these!

  159. Piping batter? GENIUS!!!

  160. Love the vertical colour layers, they look fantastic!

  161. soooooooooooo cute
    i wanna try making them
    but im only 12 and love to bake but im too scared to tackle more complex things because im afraid i’ll make a huge mess
    any tips for an aspiring baker?

  162. This looks like the flag of Holland. So I know when I be making these. The europe cup of soccer is coming up. The spirit will be very good with these cupcakes!

  163. I love those swirled cupcakes let alone the super-cute decoration!

  164. You truly are amazing. These cupcakes are fabulous. Thank you for sharing your imagination and creations wih us!

  165. “I decorated them in red, white, and blue so you can see how cute they can be for Memorial Day or the Fourth.”

    …or French holidays, or Queen Elizabeth II’s forthcoming Diamond Jubilee, because we’re not all American, actually.

  166. you’re my absolute favorite baking blog not only because your photos are so great, but also because you’ve always got such inventive, creative, detailed ideas! (also, i love that your website design is still a “scroll all the way down through old posts” instead of a “you have to click to a new page to view a new project”.) thanks for all your fun projects!

  167. Seriously adorable!!!

  168. Wow…. soooo cute!
    I wanna make this to my French friends :-))
    Thank you very much for sharing this great recipe and wonderful photos!
    Have a lovely day.

  169. My friend and I just about had a heart attack when we saw these! We made your Panda cupcakes today!

  170. Girl, you totally outdid yourself with this one. Amazing! Go, Bakerella, Go!

  171. It’s almost time to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee here in the UK, and these little cakes would make a brilliant edition to any party table!

  172. these are sooooooooooooooooo cute !!!!!!

  173. Oh yeah! I saw these on Food Network magazine’s cover by justjenn; I’m glad folks are trying this cool (pun completely intended) idea out!

  174. These are awesome. I really thought you were going to show us how to make homemade snowcones. They look perfect in every way.

  175. My friend, justjenn, is responsible for the snowcone cupcakes featured on the Food Network magazine this month. Such a fun idea!

  176. these might be the cutest thing you’ve ever made!

  177. Wow! That’s so cool. Can’t wait to try them for myself.

  178. These are AMAZING!

  179. I saw these on the cover of my FoodNetwork magazine. I am soooo glad to see your tutorial! Thanks! I love how you used paper cups. :D They used styrofoam. :(

  180. Just when i think you have done it all, you come out with these. You are so creative!! I will make these this summer!! So FUN!!

  181. I LOVE these!!!!! I’m goin to try these for memorial day?

  182. Genius! Will be making these for my American Hero Quilters!

  183. What an awesome idea! The sugar crystals make them look so authentic!

  184. I actually thought they were snow cones when I seen the first picture! Awesome job. I love them!

  185. You fooled me!! Those are THE most amazing cupcakes! What a fabulous idea!

  186. You’ve done it again Angie! Always the innovator- these are adorable!

  187. How stinkin’ cute are these! You are so creative!

  188. oh my gosh, I love these!! SO CLEVER you are!!!

  189. I need to try this trick. I like to bake when my cousins come down for a week in the summer and these would be so fun to bake for them!

  190. Those are really cute and love the tiny spoons too.

  191. Oh wow you are so talented! I don’t know if I could ever pull that off.

  192. I’m totally craving a sno cone right now:) and the vertical stripes are so cool!

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