Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.

With summer coming to a screeching halt, I thought I should squeeze in one more ice cream related recipe for you. If you’re like us and live in a place like Houston (or the desert I guess) you could be enjoying these babies up until Christmas morning, I’ll leave that up to you. Either way, these chocolate cupped ice cream cupcakes are surprisingly simpler to make than their title, and they will surely leave your guests licking their lips (and possibly twirling around the room until the sugar high wears off). If you’re into healthier means, you can always modify this recipe to your skinny alternatives. Here we go-

To make 12 Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners:

  • Silicon cupcake molds
  • Chocolate for melting – approx. 32 oz.
  • Icing of your choice – approx. 24 oz.
  • Ice cream of your choice – approx. 1.5 quarts
  • Spray oil
  • Sprinkles

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.To make the chocolate liners: lightly coat the insides of the silicone  cupcake molds with spray oil. Next, melt the chocolate and spread a thin layer over the inside of each mold. let them cool completely for about 30 minutes, and then coat with another layer of chocolate. Let the second coat cool for an hour.

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Releasing the chocolate from the molds is a little tricky. Start by gently pulling the silicon back from the very rim all the way around the mold. Once the top is released, the bottom sort of pops out. The thicker the chocolate, the easier it is to take them out. Don’t worry if the top chips, you’ll never notice once you add the icing.

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.To finish your cupcakes, scoop your favorite ice cream into each chocolate liner, and then let them sit in the freezer for a bit.

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.Once they’re nice and chilled, top with frosting and sprinkles, and you’re all set!

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.

With summer coming to a screeching halt, I thought I should squeeze in one more ice cream related recipe for you. If you’re like us and live in a place like Houston (or the desert I guess) you could be enjoying these babies up until Christmas morning, I’ll leave that up to you. Either way, these chocolate cupped ice cream cupcakes are surprisingly simpler to make than their title, and they will surely leave your guests licking their lips (and possibly twirling around the room until the sugar high wears off). If you’re into healthier means, you can always modify this recipe to your skinny alternatives. Here we go-

To make 12 Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners:

  • Silicon cupcake molds
  • Chocolate for melting – approx. 32 oz.
  • Icing of your choice – approx. 24 oz.
  • Ice cream of your choice – approx. 1.5 quarts
  • Spray oil
  • Sprinkles

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.To make the chocolate liners: lightly coat the insides of the silicone  cupcake molds with spray oil. Next, melt the chocolate and spread a thin layer over the inside of each mold. let them cool completely for about 30 minutes, and then coat with another layer of chocolate. Let the second coat cool for an hour.

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how to make chocolate cupcake liners by sugar and cloth

Releasing the chocolate from the molds is a little tricky. Start by gently pulling the silicon back from the very rim all the way around the mold. Once the top is released, the bottom sort of pops out. The thicker the chocolate, the easier it is to take them out. Don’t worry if the top chips, you’ll never notice once you add the icing.

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.To finish your cupcakes, scoop your favorite ice cream into each chocolate liner, and then let them sit in the freezer for a bit.

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.Once they’re nice and chilled, top with frosting and sprinkles, and you’re all set!

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.

Ice Cream Cupcakes with Chocolate Liners by Sugar & Cloth, an award winning DIY and recipes blog.

Comments

  • esther

    09.14.12

    These are so fun! I showed the pic to my husband, and got a ‘Those look awesome!’ from him :)

    • Ashley said:

      If husbands approve of a recipe, then it must be legit!

  • jewel7013

    09.14.12

    ice cream cupcake, really?? BRAVO!!!

    Oh My, if only you could sale your fabulous desserts on Etsy. I alone, could make you one wealthy lady with endless orders … and I am not kidding

    • Ashley said:

      If I could invent a way to mail ice cream cupcakes safely, I’d be rich

  • Kate

    09.14.12

    This is such a good idea! I love how cheerful it looks with that pink frosting and sprinkles :) Just found your blog- so glad I did!

    • Ashley said:

      I’m glad you did, too!

  • Holly

    09.14.12

    Oh. Mah. GAWD. I NEED to make these! Someone has to have a birthday REAL quick! Or heck, I’m gunna make them just because. ADORABLE. And they look so yummy!

  • Christin

    09.14.12

    this is the best idea of all time!

    • Ashley said:

      haha, thanks Christin!

  • Cara

    09.14.12

    Oh my gooooosh, these LOOK SO YUMMMMMYZZZZ. Ah.

  • Annie

    09.14.12

    Love this idea!! Definitely going to have to try this!!

  • Christina

    09.14.12

    I will be making these for every party I have…thank you for making me look awesome! Haha…and I love how pretty your pics always are!

  • Jordan Brantley

    09.16.12

    HOLY wow. I mean, I don’t even have words. this looks beyond amazing. you’re a genius! haha okay.. is it sad that I’m this excited about food!? haha!

    • Ashley said:

      I’m glad someone is as excited about food as me ;)

  • Whitney

    09.16.12

    This looks amazing! I’ll definitely have to try this. Any recipe with chocolate is good to me!

  • Iulia

    09.17.12

    Wow! This looks delicious. It’s the first ice cream cupcake recipe that i stumble upon! I have to try this until the freezing cold comes :))

  • Tia

    09.18.12

    OH MY! I am SO glad that WordPress recommended I follow you :) What amazing things I’ve already found in the first few minutes! Beautiful.

    • Ashley said:

      Now I’m glad to have found yours! :)

  • ambrosia

    09.20.12

    why did I just look at these! now I want these ice cream cupcakes for dinner! I was so impressed, I posted to my own blog :)

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