No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones

Make some No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones this summer! Easy and fun to make & eat! At littlemisscelebration.comI always tend to get a bit nostalgic in the summer, remembering the lazy, summer days of my childhood, including some of my favorite treats. I originally shared this last year at Fresh Idea Studio and had to share this easy and fun treat with you! No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones are perfect for summer and no baking needed! The kids will LOVE them, but you know what? So will you!

Dream Whip, a powdered,  whipped topping mix, was a convenience food that hit the market in the late ‘50s and I’m pretty sure it was a staple in almost every kitchen when I was a little girl. I didn’t even realize until last summer that Dream Whip was still available! I get a kick out of whipping Jell-O! Don’t lift the beaters with the mixer still running – yes, I’ve done that and whoa, flying Jell-O bits? Funny but not fun to clean up! :) Combined with Dream Whip and scooped into sugar cones, Dream Whipped Jell-O looks a lot like ice cream.

No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones
Recipe will make approximately 12-18 cones

  • 1 Box Dream Whip Whipped Topping Mix (Two envelopes in a pack; use one pack)
  • ½ cup cold milk
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 large box of regular Jell-O (8 ½ cup serving size) in your choice of flavor – I used strawberry!
  • 1 box of sugar ice cream cones
  • Maraschino cherries (Optional)

Prepare Jell-O according to package directions in a large, deep bowl. Chill until partially set or you can let the Jell-O set completely. We’re going whip the Jell-O-O with an electric mixer – if whipped after fully set, there will still be some small bits of Jell-O after whipping, which I think adds some pretty little pops of color. Once the Jell-O is set, whip it with an electric hand mixer. It will fluff up, become lighter in color and almost double in size.

Make some No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones this summer! Easy and fun to make & eat! At littlemisscelebration.com

Prepare Dream Whip. Mix one envelop of topping mix with ½ cup cold milk and ½ teaspoon of vanilla. Whip at low speed until blended, then whip at high speed until topping is thick and peaks form, about 4 minutes.

Make some No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones this summer! Easy and fun to make & eat! At littlemisscelebration.com

Using your electric mixer, mix the whipped Jell-O into the Dream Whip; mix the two together for a minute or so, until they are well blended. Put the mixture in the refrigerator to chill. If using maraschino cherries, let them drain on paper towels first.

Make some No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones this summer! Easy and fun to make & eat! At littlemisscelebration.com

I made some cone wrappers from sparkle cardstock by Die Cuts with a View. I cut the top of each with decorative edged scissors, folded them into cones and secured them with double-stick tape.

Make some No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones this summer! Easy and fun to make & eat! At littlemisscelebration.com

Use a small ice cream scoop to fill the cones with the whipped Jell-O and top with a maraschino cherry. These can be eaten just like an ice cream cone or use small, plastic ice cream spoons. Fill the sugar cones with Jell-O-O shortly before serving and keep them chilled; the cones will get soft if filled with whipped Jell-O for too long– but they’ll get eaten fast! Make the second package of Dream Whip and swirl some on top of the cones for extra pizzazz!

Make some No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones this summer! Easy and fun to make & eat! At littlemisscelebration.com

Try some Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones this summer for a fruity, family treat that’s a change from ice cream. Bonus that it’s fun to make AND eat!

Make some No-Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones this summer! Easy and fun to make & eat! At littlemisscelebration.com

Is there a treat that you loved as a child that comes to mind in the summer? What were some of your favorite things about summers growing up?

Thank you so much for stopping by and do something today that brings out the kid in you!

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  1. These look so good! I love the idea of serving them in ice cream cones. I need to try this recipe very soon.

  2. I remember these!! Pinning!

  3. My mom used Dream Whip for EVERYTHING, Cindy, but I’ve never seen these cones! What a cute idea!! :) Pinned!

  4. oh my gosh it’s my favorite jello in the world in an ice cream cone? how fun are you Cindy! :>D

  5. I’m getting all nostalgic remembering dream whip, too! Gosh, I haven’t thought of that in years, but it sure does taste good! Thanks for bringing back such pleasant memories. Looking forward to trying these! Beautiful pics!!

  6. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes says:

    I didn’t know they still make Dream Whip!! My kiddos would love these cones – and I love that they don’t melt!! :)

  7. Hi, Cindy! These are such a fun idea! Perfect for a kids’ party this summer. Pinned!

  8. Oohhh Cindy, you’re so so creative! These ice-cream cones look so fun and fantastic – such a cool idea! xx

  9. Such a delicious idea, Cindy! My kids would LOVE these!

  10. I remember Dream Whip, but I never realized that it is dairy-free! I am definitely going to be giving these a try this summer. :)

    • Christine says:

      If you have to add milk to the dream whip, then wouldn’t that make it not dairy free?

      • Hi Christine – the product itself says that it is non-dairy, though it is confusing. I’m going to take that out and thank you for letting me know, I appreciate it! Have a great weekend!

  11. very creative! Thank you for sharing your sweet blog at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. ♥

  12. These are so cute! And something that my mom can actually eat!

  13. Cindy, I’m sure Miss Emily would love one of these! Great idea!!

    • Hi Deb! Oh, I know she would!!! :) These totally bring out the kid in us, too – we all need that sometimes, don’t we? Hope you are having a wonderful holiday weekend!

  14. What a special treat these No Melt Dream Whipped Jell-O Cones looks great! Hope you have had a great weekend and thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  15. I totally remember those too! Love these pretty cones you made with them! They are so adorable and perfect treat for summer – pinning :)

  16. These so so cute and they look delicious! Thanks for sharing at this week’s Project Inspire{d}, Cindy. pinned

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