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Homemade Waffle Cones are so easy to make at home - let me show you how!
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I recently celebrated my birthday. It's hard to believe that I'm another year older ... where does the time go?! To celebrate, we had a cookout and pool party with lots and lots of food because what's a party without copious amounts of food?! It's tradition in our house that the birthday person gets to pick their favorite meal and dessert. Being a 4th of July baby typically means hot dogs and hamburgers are on the menu, but this year I decided to change things up with grilled steaks and all of the sides of a steakhouse. Have mercy, y'all. It was soooo good. This just might be my new thing from now on.
I decided to forgo the typical cake and ice cream in favor of my favorite gelato and homemade waffle cones. 1. Because it's too hot to bake a cake in Phoenix in the summer 2. After a heavier meal, I really wanted something lighter to finish out the menu 3. It was my birthday and I really wanted gelato 😊 4. I love making homemade waffle cones!
Have you ever tried gelato? I was a little late figuring out this was a thing. Can you believe that the first time I tried gelato was last year when I went to Las Vegas with some of my blogging friends? We went to lunch at this place that had an enormous amount of gelato choices ... and I've been hooked ever since.
Obviously, I can't run back to Las Vegas every time I have a gelato craving .... so I started looking for something to satisfy my craving. If you're a gelato lover, can I suggest HemisFares Gelato available at Fry's Food Store?! It's the real deal.
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FIND NO. 55 - HemisFares Hazelnut Gelato
FIND NO. 56 - HemisFares Pistachio Gelato
My favorite flavors are HemisFares Strawberry Gelato and HemisFares Pistachio Gelato! MmmmMmmm! Serve it in these Homemade Waffle Cones for a delicious, sweet treat anytime!
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Although it may look complicated, let me assure you that this recipe for Homemade Waffle Cones is soooo easy! If you don't have a waffle-cone maker, you can make these on a griddle or in a skillet like pancakes - you will need to flip them once after about 30-45 seconds and let them cook an additional 30-45 seconds.
Once you remove the waffles from the heat, you will need to work quickly. Please be cautious as the waffles will be VERY HOT coming off of the waffle maker or stove. I find it easiest to place a towel near where I am making the waffle cone. I think it provides a little stability to prevent the hot cone from slipping all over the place while rolling them. Once you have the freshly made waffle, position the cone roller over it with the tip near the edge and roll it up tight. You will need to hold it for a few seconds while it cools so it holds its shape. If you don't have a cone roller, aluminum foil shaped like a cone makes an easy and inexpensive replacement.
Be sure to check out the video a little further down for a quick run-down of how easy this recipe really is!
If you prefer bowls, you can easily shape them using a custard cup or a bowl of similar size. You can also change things up by dipping the waffle cone edge in chocolate - and sprinkling on some chopped nuts or sprinkles. There are so many delicious possibilities!
Yield: 10 servingsAuthor: Jamie ShermanPrint Recipe
Homemade Waffle ConesHomemade Waffle Cones are so easy to make at home - let me show you how!
- 2 large eggs
- ½ cup granulated sugar
- ⅔ cup all-purpose flour
- ¼ tsp. salt
- 4 tbsp. (½ stick) unsalted butter, melted
- ¼ cup milk
- 1-2 scoops HemisFares Gelato, any flavor