Waffle Cone Recipe

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If you’ve purchased or are thinking about purchasing a waffle cone maker then the first thing you’ll need is a waffle cone recipe. We’ve provided our own homemade waffle cone recipe below for you to follow, adapt and make your own.

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This waffle cone mix is a simple and plain one, designed to give you a template for all your future waffle cone needs. You might choose to adapt it by dipping the ends in chocolate, or alternatively mixing cinnamon into the batter for a uniquely tasty treat. The choice is yours, and the recipe is here...

How to Make Our Waffle Cone Recipe

(Makes 10 Waffle Cones)

What You Will Need:
- Two mixing bowls
- One mixing spoon
- One sieve
- One waffle cone maker: A pizzelle iron will work just as well, or a waffle maker with waffle cone plates. Check out our product listing below for the latest best selling waffle cone makers...


- 1/4 cup all purpose flour
- 2 tbsp granulated sugar
- 1 large egg
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1/4 cup melted and cooled at room temp. (unsalted) butter
- 1 tsp vanilla extract

1. Turn on your waffle cone maker and set it to the right temperature to make 10 cones. Spray with oil or wipe with butter beforehand if required.
2. Mix the sugar and egg together in a mixing bowl until light and creamy, then add the vanilla extract and melted butter.
3. Sieve the flour and baking powder into a separate bowl, and then fold into the egg and butter mixture and mix until smooth.
4. Spoon some of the batter onto the preheated waffle cone iron and cook as required, remembering to flip if necessary.
5. Remove the waffle from the waffle cone maker and bend into a cone shape, or fold it around the waffle cone mold. This must be done quickly, while it is still soft and before it turns crisp. Leave to cool and serve.

This is your very own waffle cone batter recipe to follow and keep! If you find that 10 cones is not enough, but you don’t want as many as 20 (by doubling the waffle cone recipe ingredients) then don’t worry. The batter can be kept in the fridge for up to two days, and once the cones have been made you can store them in a tupperware box. They will go a bit soft and chewy this way, but all you need to do is to put them in the oven for a few minutes and they’ll crisp up again. Enjoy!

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