4th of July Cheesecake Ice Cream Cones
This sweet little blog of mine is getting ready to have a redesign. It’s been in the works for a while and I am super pumped for everyone to see it soon! Naturally with a new design, there is a little spring, er um.. summer cleaning to do. I’ve been working on cleaning up my recipe index and tags. If you’re unsure of what those things are, the recipe index is where you can see all of my recipes and search for recipes given a specific category, like cake or cheesecake. Tags are used when you want to search for recipes that use a specific ingredient, like when you want to see all of our recipes that use powdered sugar or cream cheese.
While I’ve been working on all that behind the scenes stuff, I’ve realized that I like to make cheesecake. I also like to make donuts, but I already knew that! So we’re adding another no bake cheesecake recipe to our repertoire. I’m pretty sure I’ve only shared 1 baked cheesecake recipe ever. I’ll have to start adding some more baked cheesecake recipes, but today’s no bake recipe is so easy. No oven, no water bath, no long baking time. You’ll just need a hand mixer!
To make this recipe, start off by making the 4th of july ice cream cones. Take regular sugar cones and dip the tops in melted white chocolate and then roll them in a bowl of 4th of july sprinkles. Allow the chocolate to harden.
Next, using a hand mixer, beat together the cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla until smooth and fluffy. Then fold in the cool whip until combined.If your cheesecake mixture seems to loose, you can refrigerate it for a few hours or even overnight. That will help stabilize it. Transfer the cheesecake mixture to a piping bag fit with a piping tip (I used a wilton 2d tip) and pipe cheesecake into each cone. You will definitely want to pipe the cheesecake into the cones right before you plan to serve them. Or take a head count of how many people want a cheesecake ice cream cone and then prepare them.
I added a little blueberry sauce and a maraschino cherry to each one. It’s too bad that blueberries are actually purple, but it’s close enough to red, white, and blue! If you’re looking to buy 4th of July sprinkles, I bought mine on amazon.
I’ll make a mental note to share a baked 4th of july cheesecake recipe next year. We’ll see how many more no bake cheesecake recipes I add between now and then :)
4th of July Cheesecake Ice Cream Cones
- 16 oz cream cheese, softened
- ⅓ cup sugar
- ⅓ cup cool whip
- 1 ½ tsp vanilla
- Maraschino cherries and blueberry sauce
Ice Cream Cones
- 4 Ice cream cones
- Vanilla candiquik or white chocolate candy melts
- ½ tsp vegetable shortening
- 4th of july sprinkles
- Combine the cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla in a bowl and beat using an electric mixer until everything is smooth and combined.
- Fold in the cool whip until incorporated.
- Put the cheesecake mixture in a container with a lid and allow the mixture to cool in the fridge for 2 hours up to overnight.
To put the sprinkles on the cones
- Melt some vanilla candiquik or white chocolate candy melts with the vegetable shortening. This can be done in the microwave on 50% power or on the stove.
- Once the chocolate is melted, dip the top portion of each cone into the chocolate, allowing excess chocolate to fall off.
- Roll the chocolate coated ice cream cones in sprinkles. Allow them to set.
To assemble the ice cream cones
- In a piping bag fit with a wilton 2D tip, add in the vanilla cheesecake. Pipe the cheesecake into an ice cream cone. Top with a maraschino cherry and blueberry sauce.
I seriously am in love with all of your treats, you have so many creative ideas!
Aww gosh, thanks Sharon!
These are so festive and I can’t wait to see your new design!
Ekk! I’m excited for it!
I just love your little cheesecake ice cream cones, so darn cute! These are the perfect 4th of July treat!
Beth these look so cute! And they sound amazing!! I love the blueberry drizzle. Purple is totally close enough to blue :) :)
Wheeww, I was worried :)
Just when I think you can’t get any more creative, you share this recipe with us! You are too cute. Love it!
You are TOO sweet Justine!
This might be the cutest idea ever! Plus, I love cheesecake, so this recipe is right up my alley! And, congrats on the site redesign! I’m sure it is going to look amazing!
I’m super pumped for it too!
These look wonderful! I love cheesecake and this is so refreshing :)
Beth, these are so cute and perfect for the 4th!! or any time :-)
I like the idea of eating them anytime!
These are so fun Beth! Putting cheesecake into cones is such a fabulous idea! And I cannot wait to see your new design!
Thanks Tanya! Yeah, I am SO excited too!
SO CUTE, just like all of your stuff :). I have never made a no-bake cheesecake, I’ll have to try it!
No bake cheesecake is the best!
You make the best treats, Beth! Love these adorable cones! They’re so pretty and festive! Yay, I’m getting a redesign too and can’t wait to see yours :)
Oh exciting! Who is redesigning yours?
I totally want one of these right now!! So fun! Love your new design!
Thanks Jaren! I’m loving it too!
So cute! And oh my goodness, these sound so delicious!
How long can you let these sit? Will they get soggy?
The cheesecake is best stored in the fridge since it’s a no bake cheesecake recipe.