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Ice Cream Drumsticks

What you need: 

1 pint soy ice cream
4 waffle cones (Keebler brand is vegan)
4 oz vegan semi-sweet chocolate
1/4 cup chopped nuts

What you do: 

1. Thaw ice cream 15 minutes. Fill each cone with 1/2 cup ice cream, placing a rounded ball on the top of each cone. Freeze cones until ice cream is firm again (up to an hour).
2. Chop chocolate and place in a small bowl. Microwave at 50% power, stopping to stir every 45 sec, until chocolate is fully melted. Place chopped nuts on a small plate next to melted bowl of chocolate.
3. Remove cones from freezer and one at a time spoon and swirl chocolate on each cone. Then, quickly dip in nuts. Place cones in freezer again for 2-3 minutes until chocolate hardens.
The cones will keep in a sealed plastic bag for up to 3 months
Ingredient Notes:
I have found that soy ice creams with full fat tend to melt better. I would recommend Soy Dream, Purely decadent, or Soy temptation ice creams.
Also, the chocolate cones can be rolled in coconuts, sprinkles, cereal, orange peels or even espresso powder.
My favorite flavor combinations:
Vanilla Fudge Soy Dream + Pistachios
Butter Pecan Soy Dream + Pecans
Cookie Dough Purely Decadent + Walnuts
Crazy Coconut Purely Decadent + Coconut
Coffee Soy Temptation + Espresso Powder
Green Tea Soy Temptation + Sprinkles
Let me know your favorite combinations!!

Preparation Time: 
15 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
4
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

What a great idea! I hadn't had these since becoming vegan, and I definitely never contemplated making my own. The recipe worked pretty well for me, I used Trader Joe's vanilla vegan ice cream as well as TJ's semisweet chocolate chips. The only problem I had was with getting the top scoop to be covered in chocolate. My chocolate sauce was too hot and kept melting off when I tried to pour it over the top, but I found that if it was much cooler it wouldn't have the desired pouring/dipping consistency. Despite the less-than-perfect coating, I sprinkled chopped pecans over the top and they were fantastic. I also poured a bit of chocolate into the tip of the cone for the sake of authenticity  :). Love this recipe and will definitely be making these again!

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this sounds so good ,i used to love these things!

when i make them,I'm thinkin' peanut butter and chocolate soy ice cream(they come together,not sure what brand tho... ), with French vanilla coffee beans(chopped up of course!)

yum..I'm hungry now  :w00t!:  :waassup:      <======i love the faces that the smiley's make!

                                                          :P  BxN  :P

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this is a very cute and fun idea!

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