Mini Chocolate Ice Cream Cones

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Mini Chocolate Ice Cream Cones

Cool Creamy Treats Add Fun To The Season


(NAPSA) - Adding a few fun twists to some favorite holiday treats can be a terrific-and tasty-way to ring in the season.


For instance, trade in the cocoa mugs for minichurros served with delicious hot cocoa-flavored ice cream. It swirls sweet, fluffy marshmallows with a creamy, chocolate ice cream-and with only 120 calories a serving-that's sure to please your little helpers. And jolly minicones bursting with peppermint ice cream will be a favorite of Santa's elves at any age.


You can find creamy takes on holiday flavors such as eggnog, pumpkin pie and peppermint from Dreyer's/Edy's Slow Churned Light Ice Cream. The festive limited-edition lineup features half the fat and 1/3 fewer calories of regular ice cream but doesn't skimp on taste.

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Mini Chocolate Ice Cream Cones

Cool Creamy Treats Add Fun To The Season


(NAPSA) - Adding a few fun twists to some favorite holiday treats can be a terrific-and tasty-way to ring in the season.


For instance, trade in the cocoa mugs for minichurros served with delicious hot cocoa-flavored ice cream. It swirls sweet, fluffy marshmallows with a creamy, chocolate ice cream-and with only 120 calories a serving-that's sure to please your little helpers. And jolly minicones bursting with peppermint ice cream will be a favorite of Santa's elves at any age.


You can find creamy takes on holiday flavors such as eggnog, pumpkin pie and peppermint from Dreyer's/Edy's Slow Churned Light Ice Cream. The festive limited-edition lineup features half the fat and 1/3 fewer calories of regular ice cream but doesn't skimp on taste.

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Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 400 F.
  2. Spray cookie sheet with cooking spray.
  3. In a bowl, combine egg whites and sugar. Beat on medium speed until frothy. Sift flour and cocoa powder. Add to egg and sugar mixture. Add melted butter, half-and-half and salt. Stir for about 30 seconds.
  4. Leaving space for one or two cookies, spoon 1 tablespoon of batter onto the baking sheet and spread with the back of the spoon into an even circle about 3-4 inches. Bake the 2 cookies for about 8 minutes.
  5. Transfer baking sheet to a heat-resistant surface. Working as quickly as possible, slide a spatula under one of the cookies and lift to a cooler surface, then roll the cookie into a cone shape and let cool. Ice cream cones will start to harden almost immediately. Serve with a scoop of Dreyer's/Edy's Slow Churned Peppermint Light Ice Cream.
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For more information and recipes, visit www.slowchurned.com.

 

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  1. These mini ice cream cones sound amazingly good! I’m going to give them a try next weekend. The only problem I find is that lots of US recipes include half and half which I’ve never found in Australia. Do you know of a good way to get around this? Can it be made at home?

    • Greetings from Canada!

      It is always surprising to me how many things we take for granted that you can’t get everywhere. But yes, there most definately is a way to get around the problem. There are four different ways to make half and half that I have found:

      1. Mix 1/2 cup whole milk + 1/2 cup light cream.
      2. Mix 3/4 cup whole milk + 1/4 cup heavy cream.
      3. Mix 2/3 cup skim or low-fat milk + 1/3 cup heavy cream.
      4. Place 4 teaspoons melted unsalted butter in a measuring cup, then add enough whole milk to equal 1 cup.

      Each method should yield about a cup of half and half.

      If you do make the cones, please come back and post the pictures so everyone can see!

      (Substitutions were found at: http://www.thekitchn.com/)

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