Allergy free waffle cones (free of the top 8 allergens) can be difficult to find and expensive, too. I'm a big fan of ice cream cones and kitchen gadgets, so I just had to buy a waffle cone maker and try making my own allergy free cones.
I was skeptical that these weren't going to turn out but was pleasantly surprised when my brand new waffle cone maker produced a perfect cone.
My then two year old couldn't wait for me to make allergy free ice cream so he had a plain cone right away.
I knew I had a winner when he said, "Mmmm, Mommy, this is good!" And with that my heart melted like ice cream on a hot, summer day!
If you miss ice cream cones, purchasing a waffle cone maker might just be the ticket. Sure, it's another kitchen gadget that you'll have to find a space for and it does require a small investment up front but the satisfaction of filling yet another void in your or your child's list of treats is well worth it!
2 tablespoons Ener-G Foods Egg Replacer
1) In a mixing bowl, whisk together the egg replacer and warm water until light and fluffy. Add the salt and sugar and whisk together until fully incorporated. Next, add the flour and xanthan gum and stir until flour is moistened. Add the oil and water and stir well. The batter should be the consistency of muffin batter.
2) Using a waffle cone maker, cook waffle cones (use about 3 tablespoons of the batter) according to the manufacturer's instructions. Makes about 10 cones.