Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Ice Cream Cones
Some days you just need ice cream—on an ice cream cone. I recently asked my Facebook friends what their favorite ice cream flavor is and got a great response—thank you for sharing with me! For the record, my favorite flavor is Chocolate Peanut Butter…
When I first developed a gluten-free waffle cone recipe for my first book, Cooking for Isaiah, letters poured in from parents around the country whose kids hadn’t enjoyed ice cream on a cone for years.
These days, you can find gluten-free ice cream cones in your supermarket, but there’s nothing like the smell of a cone hot off the waffle iron. In this recipe, I’ve sprinkled some chia seeds into the batter. Beyond its superfood status, the chia seeds add a nice crunch and help bind the batter.
Want to make chocolate waffle cones? Just substitute ¼ cup cocoa powder for ¼ cup flour in the recipe. Need to re-crisp the cones? Bake them in a 400º oven for about 3 minutes, then let cool on a wire rack.
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For ingredient substitutions, please see the detailed chart at Gluten-Free 101.
Let’s get cooking,
Makes: about 6 cones
1¾ cups Silvana’s Kitchen Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon chia seeds
3 large eggs, at room temperature
¾ cup sugar
½ cup canola oil
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
Make extra ice cream cones and store them in a resealable bag or container for later.
1. In a small bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, cinnamon and chia seeds. In a medium bowl, whisk together the eggs and sugar until pale yellow and frothy. Stir in the oil, vanilla and ¼ cup water. Fold in the flour mixture until just combined.
2. Preheat a waffle cone machine to 4 darkness level. Spoon 2 tablespoons batter into the center and close; bake until golden, about 1 minute. Working quickly, roll the waffle around a cone form, sealing the tip and holding it in place for a few seconds to set; let cool on a wire rack.