Ice Cream Party Mishloach Manot

This adorable Mishloach Manot was sent to me by the Borensteins, using their name under the Baskin Robins logo.The idea is so cute, you can do it even if you don't share a name with any ice cream store! The Mishloach Manot contained adorable looking ice cream cones. Get the look by creating cake pops and frosting it your desired color.

( A Babycakes Cake Pop machine was used to make the cake balls.)  You can add another layer of frosting for the topping, add some sprinkles and top off with a sour cherry. Use icing to 'glue' it to your cones. Allow your friends to continue the ice cream party at home by sending them a small bottle of chocolate syrup and toppings (cookie crumbs, chocolate chips, mini sprinkles) in a tasting dish that is covered with shrink wrap. Chocolate dipped spoons add a great finishing touch.

( A Spoon Chocolate Candy Mold was used to make them.) All the items were laid out on a tray  which was then shrink wrapped for a 'wow' presentation.

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