Storing Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes

by Anne Marie
(Modesto, CA)

I made some Ice Cream Cone Cupcakes today, Tuesday, for a party Thursday morning. I planned on frosting them closer to the party date. What would be the best way to store these to keep them as fresh as possible?

From the editor:

Hi Anne Marie,

Sadly, ice-cream cone cupcakes don't store very well. The cones will become soggy no matter how you store them. They are best made the day you want to serve them or, at most, the night before.

The best you can do is keep them in an airtight container at room temperature. If you're making them for kids, thankfully, they don't usually worry that the cones are not crispy.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Michelle (editor)

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Oct 23, 2015
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by: Lucinda Hixson

Ice cream cone cup cakes seem to be really yummy and wonderful thing for a party. Storing them is not a big issue, There are a lot many ways. Try essay writing company. It was being baked and ice cream making as an important upcoming topic of discussion. In which problems related to their manufacturing as well as preserving are solved and discussed in detail.

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by: Anonymous

Actually, if you poke two holes in the bottom with a toothpick after they're baked and then wrap them, but not in an airtight container (they get soggy) that will help prolong their lifespan.

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