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Dark-Chocolate-Dipped Cherry Ice Cream Cones Recipe

Dark-Chocolate-Dipped Cherry Ice Cream Cones Recipe


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Ingredients

  • 3 pints premium cherry ice cream
  • 1 11.5-ounce package bittersweet chocolate chips
  • 2 ounces high-quality white chocolate (such as Lindt or Perugina), chopped
  • 1 1/2 cups coarsely chopped toasted almonds

Recipe Preparation

  • Spoon some ice cream into 1 cone, packing gently to fill. Dip large (1/4 cup) round ice cream scoop into bowl of hot water. Scoop large mounded ball of ice cream onto cone, pressing gently. Stand cone in small glass; place in freezer. Repeat with remaining cones and ice cream, placing each cone in individual glass. Freeze 2 to 8 hours.

  • Place bittersweet chocolate and oil in small glass bowl. Microwave on medium-high until chocolate is melted, stopping occasionally to stir, about 1 1/2 minutes. Let stand just until cool, about 10 minutes. Place white chocolate in another small glass bowl; melt in microwave on medium-high, stopping occasionally to stir, about 1 minute.

  • Place nuts on plate. Working quickly and tilting bowl of bittersweet chocolate to form deep pool, dip ice cream end of cone into chocolate, turning to coat. Gently shake cone, allowing excess chocolate to drip back into bowl. Immediately roll bottom half of chocolate-dipped scoop in nuts. Dip fork into white chocolate; drizzle lines over top of cone. Place cone in glass; return to freezer. Repeat with remaining cones. Freeze 1 hour. DO AHEAD: Can be made 1 day ahead. Wrap cones in foil; keep frozen.

Reviews Section

Coconut Macaroons

As a coconut lover, I’ve tried dozens of recipes for coconut macaroons recipes over the years — be it for the holidays or for friends who eat gluten-free. These are my favorite. Chewy and moist on the inside, crisp and golden on the outside, they’re delicious plain but even more irresistible dipped in dark chocolate. They also keep well for days, making them the perfect treat to bake ahead or give away during the holidays.



Comments:

  1. Dearg

    You are not the expert, coincidentally?

  2. Nikorr

    Congratulations, what are the right words ... wonderful thought

  3. Krischen

    What words needed ... great

  4. Tadtasi

    Everything is not so simple



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