Ice Cream Drumsticks

Ice Cream Drumsticks


(quantity depends on how many cones you're using and how much ice cream you want)


What you need:

Sugar Ice Cream Cones
Your Favorite Ice Cream (slightly softened)
(I used Ben and Jerry's Phish Food Ice Cream for mine)
Chocolate for Melting
Freezer paper/or Parchment paper
Tape
A Cup or something to hold the drumsticks upright in the freezer


Optional:

Crushed Peanut Topping (I used Crushed Peanut M&MS)



What to do:

First take your paper and cut out an upside triangle, big enough to wrap around the sugar cone.
 
Wrap your paper triangle around the cone and tape closed.
 
Pretty much it will look like the ice cream cone was extended upwards.


Melt a little of the chocolate in a double boiler or the microwave. Once melted, spoon about a tablespoon of melted chocolate into the bottom of the cone (this is yummy and prevents ice cream from melting out of the bottom).


Stick the cone upright into the freezer for about 5 minutes (this is were the cup will come in handy)


After about 5 minutes chocolate should have hardened. Remove cone from freezer and spoon softened ice cream into the sugar cone. Scoop it in until it is 1 to 2 inches above the actual cone. (The paper will be holding the extra ice cream upright.


Place the upright cone in the freezer for 1 hour or until frozen.


Remove from freezer. Melt a little more chocolate, and with paper still in place, add a layer of melted chocolate onto the ice cream. While chocolate is still wet, sprinkle the it with crushed peanuts, m&ms or sprinkles or leave it plain :)


Put back into freezer for about 5 minutes for chocolate to harden.


Remove. From freezer. Unwrap. Enjoy :)

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