How to Make Ice Cream Cones...with TORTILLAS!

How to Make Ice Cream Cones with TORTILLAS! ♥ Bake at 350 for The Pioneer Woman Food & Friends

Have you ever thought about a soft ice cream cone? Maybe a crepe-like cone like you might see in Paris? No? OK...well, think about it now.

How to Make Ice Cream Cones with TORTILLAS! ♥ Bake at 350 for The Pioneer Woman Food & Friends

I made these cones from tortillas after seeing an article about ice cream cones made out of sliced bread. Tortillas are already round, already flat...it seemed perfect. Guess what? It is!
(Spoiler: I also tried the sliced bread, and it didn't work every time for me. Bonus: tortilla cones are bigger!)

Jack said he PREFERS these to crunchy cones. He likes the softer texture with the ice cream.

How to Make Ice Cream Cones with TORTILLAS! ♥ Bake at 350 for The Pioneer Woman Food & Friends

Y'all. They're really easy to make. I'm showing you exactly how to do it over on The Pioneer Woman Food & Friends.
You can even flavor them!  Think of a cinnamon-sugar cone with chocolate ice cream. ♥

Come on over and see just how easy it is!

15 comments

  1. woww!! look so interesting. I must eat it now!

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  2. Ugh, I wish you'd share here too. I'm so tired of Pioneer Woman. I guess I must be in the minority, but I come to your blog to see your things, not to go to someone else's blog to see them. Sorry, but this is getting really annoying it feels like nearly every other post is just a link to her blog instead. :/

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  3. Ice cream looks fresh. I love ice cream

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  5. This looks amazing! I will definately give it a try!
    I hope I will manage as I am not a great cook!

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