Prep 15 mins
Cook 3 hrs
Do you love those Peanut Sundae Cones that we all used to run to the ice cream truck to get? Try These! Cooking time is freezing time.
- 12 (5 ounce) paper cups
- 1 cup chopped nuts or 1 cup just use peanuts
- 1 cup chocolate chips
- 2 tablespoons shortening
- 1 quart vanilla ice cream
- 12 sugar ice cream cones
- In each paper cup put 1 teaspoon nuts.
- In a microwave safe bowl heat the chocolate and shortening on high power for 1 minute.
- Stir until smooth and completely melted at 10 second intervals if needed.
- Stir remaining nuts into chocolate mixture.
- Place 2 teaspoons chocolate in each cup, with spatula smooth it about half way up the sides of each cup if necessary.
- Place 1 scoop of ice cream in a cone, pressing the ice cream down slightly.
- Invert the cone into a cup.
- Repeat with all the cones and ice cream.
- Freeze all in the cups, cone side up, for 3-4 hours.
- To serve peel off the paper cup from each cone.
This is truly a recipe that I wish I could give 10 stars!! It was a fun thing to make with my kids, plus they taste just like the real thing (only better, of course!). I was a little afraid that the paper cup wouldn't peel off very well, but no problem there! It just peels right off. I spooned the ice cream into the cones using a small spoon so that I could put ice cream all the way into the bottom of the cone. For the nuts I used honey roasted peanuts. Thanks for posting this awesome recipe that I'm sure to use over and over!
These were excellent! They tasted exactly like the Drumstick ice cones. They'd be great to make for a cook out because you would have the ice cream cones already assembled and then all you'd need to do is bring them out on a platter to serve. I recommend doubling up on the chocolate chips and shortening part and then before adding the nuts to it, brush some chocolate on the inside of each cone. Put them in the refrigerator to set up for a few minutes before filling with ice cream. I used cocktail peanuts that I chopped in the food processor. Thanks, Laurie, for a fun copycat recipe.
These really do taste just like the ones you buy. My eight year old and I made these together. I made these as posted but did not measure the chocolate when I put itinto the cup. I would recommend not using too much chocoalte as you had to be careful the top did not fall off when peeling off the cup. No one complained mind you. Thanks for such a popular treat in my house.