Did you wonder why anyone would want to put a margarita in a candy coated ice cream cone?
I have a four-part answer to that question …
- I used my real margarita glass to hold the chips and salsa … a “must have” to go with any margarita.
- After the margarita is finished … you have a little dessert.
- Less dishes to wash.
- Why not?
Remember the Edible Shot Glasses? These are just the extra-large version!
This is what you will need …
- Ready made margaritas …
- Cake ice cream cones
- Melted light green candy coating (candy melts, chocolate) (1 pound for about 18 cones)
- Margarita salt
Coat the inside of the cone with melted candy … use a small spoon, brush or whatever works best for you …
See those spots that did not get coated … that is not good … I will fix them …
Dip the rim of the cone in melted candy …
Sprinkle the rim with salt or dip the rim in salt … whatever suits your taste …
Pop the cones in the fridge or freezer for a few minutes to harden the candy up. Please note … the candy must be hard before filling with liquid (cold only).
I love it. This is just too wonderful not to make !! Thanks
I have been drooling over these and thinking of all the things I could fill in them!!’n
How about mousse?
Cool idea! Freezing your cones first to get them frosty sounds like a good idea. Take care, BAM
Just don’t leave them in the freezer, they chocolate may crack and the cones may collect moisture. I hope you enjoy them 🙂
That is so super duper COOL!
Made for a cold margarita 😉
These sound absolutly wonderful and looks so inviting. Yummy, Yummy.
This will be perfect for our party! What are your suggestions for the melted green candies?
Wilton candy melts, white (green) chocolate, candi-quik or anything like that 😉
Thanks, greatly appreciated. Can’t wait to try these!