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4th of July Mini Cones

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4th of July Mini Cones
  • Prep Time 20 min
  • Total Time 60 min
  • Servings 12
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4th of July Mini Cones

A cute mini ice cream cone filled with cool yogurt and topped with a banana, frosting and sprinkles!

Ingredients

12
mini ice cream cones
1
(16 oz.) can Betty Crocker™ Fluffy White Frosting
Red, white and blue jimmies
3
(6 oz.) containers of Yoplait® Original Yogurt (I used Strawberry Banana)
2
bananas
Blue food coloring
Red Sixlets™ candies

Directions

  • 1 Place half of the frosting in a shallow dish. Turn the mini ice cream cone upside down into the frosting, coating the rim of the cone only.
  • 2 Put the jimmies into a small dish. Dip the frosted rim into the jimmies until the frosting is completely covered in sprinkles.
  • 3 Fill the mini ice cream cones with yogurt.
  • 4 Cut the banana into 2-inch slices. Place banana slice into the cone.
  • 5 Tint the remaining frosting with blue food coloring. Pipe frosting onto the top of the banana.
  • 6 Sprinkle the red, white and blue jimmies on top of the frosted banana. Top the frosted banana with a Red Sixlets™ candy.
Yoplait is a registered trademark of YOPLAIT MARQUES (France) used under license. Trademarks referred to herein are the properties of their respective owners.
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Adorable mini banana split cones for the 4th of July!

As prepared by Party Pinching,

These cute-as-can-be mini cones are no-melt, bite-sized version of a banana split!

I’m all about the food on the 4th of July, but coming up with desserts that won’t melt in the summer heat can be a little challenging. Everyone seems to be craving ice cream sweets!

Like banana splits. Which just happens to be one of my all-time faves.

So I came up with a no-melt, no-mess, super cute split, all patriotic and mini.

A mini banana split in a cone. A CONE. Yeah, I’m kinda patting myself on the back here. And the cone is filled with… wait for it…

Yogurt! Cool, smooth, refreshing strawberry yogurt. It’s like liquid ice cream. Mmmm.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

Let’s round up the good stuff – bananas, Yoplait™ strawberry yogurt, mini cones, sprinkles, frosting and Sixlet™ candies.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

First, scoop out half of the frosting and place it in a shallow dish or plate. Now take your mini cone (I KNOW, THEY ARE SO CUTE RIGHT?) and dunk the rim into the frosting.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

Now dump the sprinkles into a small bowl and dunk the frosted cone into the sprinkles. Make sure the whole rim is coated with red, white and blue goodness.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

Spoon in the strawberry Yoplait™ Yogurt. You can use any flavor, but I wanted my cones to have that banana split flavor so I went with strawberry.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

Slice the bananas into small chunks.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

Put a banana chunk on top of the cone.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

Tint the other half of the frosting with blue food coloring.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

Pipe the blue frosting on top of the banana chunk. You might want to dry off the top of the banana slice with a paper towel first so the frosting doesn’t slide off.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

Sprinkle more red, white and blue jimmies on the frosting and top with a red chocolate Sixlet™ candy.

 

4th of July Mini Cones

The strawberry Yoplait™ Yogurt, the creamy vanilla frosting, the chocolate Sixlet™ candy and the banana all make up the perfect banana split bite in an adorable mini ice cream cone It’s bursting with star spangled sweetness for your 4th of July bash!

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Tips  

To keep the cones from getting soggy from the yogurt, you can coat the insides with melted chocolate and let dry before filling with the yogurt.

Sprinkle the banana slices with lemon juice to keep from browning.

Dry the tops of the banana slices with a paper towel so the frosting doesn't slide off.

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