Waffle Cones!


Dear Friends,

I am sooooo behind and apologize for these multiple posts, all in a row!

B”H on Shlichus you often get to learn how to ‘let go’ more and more! Having said that I am practicing to ‘let go’ of my planned organization as not all our cheeses, graham crackers, Shavuos supplies etc. arrived in time for me to bake, blog and post!

So here it is!

A little late…but better, than never!


these waffle cones are not for our community (cuz if they were I’d need to celebrate shavuos in another 49 days!) and do take a bit of time but they are worth seeing my kids excited to have this once a year treat with their ice cream!

Nothing beats that!

You will need a waffle cone maker and Paula Dean’s recipe below:

1/2 cup sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 eggs
1 stick butter, melted (I used earth balance)
2/3 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Pinch salt
Nonstick cooking spray
Special Equipment:
Pizzelle iron
Cone-shaped mold
In a large bowl, add sugar, vanilla extract and eggs and beat until creamy with a hand held electric beater. Add butter and mix well.

In a medium bowl, add flour cinnamon and salt. Slowly blend into wet ingredients.

Spray pizzelle iron with nonstick cooking spray and allow to warm up. Pour 3/4 tablespoon of batter onto the iron and cook until baked and brown.

While still hot, quickly roll the waffle around a cone-shaped mold, sealing the point. (The cones will harden as they cool; remove from the mold when cool.) Repeat with remaining batter.

3 Responses

  1. I know first hand those cones are delicious! I made your recipe for focaccia. Came out really good!! Thanks so much. Have a wonderful yom tov!

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