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Ice Cream Drumsticks (Copycat)

Ice Cream Drumsticks (Copycat) created by May I Have That Rec

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.

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3hrs 15mins
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  • 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.
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"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."
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  4. lets.eat
    My boys were ecstatic over these! I must admit my ego is quite inflated over them saying 'Your the best MOM EVER!' I didn't realize how hard it would be finding the basic sugar cone. 2 stores I went to only had waffle cones, which I knew are too large and wimpy to fit in the 5 oz. cups. I was very pleased that the 3rd store in my list had the correct ones.
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  5. Sherri35
    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!
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