These sugar cones can be shaped free hand or using a cream horn if you have one. They can be made into any shape you want and firm up nicely as soon as they have cooled down.
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It is my responsibility to open the door at work and turn off the alarm. After I have done that, I turn on the lights and then lock up. Our one office light has an electrical fault. It causes the electricity to trip which in turn switches off our computer. I had asked Dave to put some tape over the switch but he had not done so. And for a few days in a row I forgot, and turned the switch on. The other morning I was concentrating very hard on not turning the light on. I opened the door, turned on the one light and proceeded to start locking up. Dave had a good chuckle as I had not turned the alarm off. And let me tell you, it is extremely loud when it goes off. The siren is right above the alarm panel and it screams.
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We only have 20 seconds to get the alarm turned off before it starts blaring. Luckily for me Dave was close by to remind me I had not disengaged the alarm. As soon as I had done so I went and fetched some tape and have put that over the switch. It serves as a constant reminder that in reality we need to get it fixed. It is pretty dark now in the mornings and I am sure as soon as it is too dark to work Dave will have it sorted out. I would love to get a sucrose free recipe for sugar cones sorted out. But, fructose is too hygroscopic to make the cones crunchy and firm. I managed to perfect this recipe and make the cone without a mould.
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- 50 g softened butter
- 110 g sugar
- 1 egg
- 125 mls milk
- 110 g flour
- 2.5 mls vanilla extract
- Cooking spray
- Place the butter and sugar into a mixing bowl and cream together until light and fluffy
- Add the egg and mix in until fully incorporated
- Pour in the milk, flour and vanilla and mix to combine
- Heat a crêpe pan over a medium to high temperature
- Spray lightly with cooking spray
- Place about 30mls of the mixture onto the pan and smooth out into a thin circle
- Leave to cook until golden brown and then flip
- Cook until golden brown remove from the heat and shape immediately
I am away for the long weekend. I will be back at work on the 4th of April and will start replying to blog comments then.
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10 thoughts on “Sugar Cones”
I love sugar cones and waffle cones. I think I even have some cone molds lurking somewhere in the back of my cupboard! 🙂
I loved the look of the waffle cones you made!
So crazy, I was taking my girls to get ice cream the other day and they were advertising handmade ice cream cones… and I was like, this is now on my cooking bucket list! haha – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com
And now you have a recipe haha.
And now you have a recipe haha
love how golden these look! there’s somethign about having ice cream on a cone that makes it so much more special (:
I would not have thought of making sugar cones, Tandy. Great idea and recipe.
Something fun to do with the kids 🙂