When I come across a great recipe to which I make no modifications, I like to share it with you. I found a fun little recipe last week that I thought my kids would really enjoy. They were not disappointed and neither was I. Campfire Cones are not only fun and tasty, they are also naturally dairy-free. (I’ve never made a gluten-free cone, but I’m sure you could find the product or recipe for them.)
A few tips:
- I did not have any grill gas, so I simply wrapped the cones in the foil and put them in a 325 degree oven for 5-7 minutes.
- Once cooked, the campfire cones should be eaten right away. Otherwise, the cones get soggy.
- Our cones had strawberries, bananas, marshmallows, and chocolate chips. You could add any topping you desire.
- The original recipe calls for using waffle cones. I would agree with this. Regular sugar cones would be too small to hold it all in. I think waffle bowls would be a great alternative too.
Did you enjoy any new recipes recently?
Our Food Allergy Meal Plan for the Week of May 13, 2012
Sunday: Mongolian Beef
Monday: Italian Chicken Bruschetta Pasta
Wednesday: Curried Red Lentil & Chicken Soup
Thursday: Vegetarian Night — Not sure what yet. Any suggestions?
Friday: Parents in town = dinner out, usually
Saturday: Kid Swap/Date Night – We are hosting the kids, so probably hamburgers.
I think I may have all the ingredients on hand for this week’s menu. This means I may be able to avoid the grocery, except to pick up a few fresh fruits & vegetables. Yay!
What’s on your menu this week?
Shared at Meal Plan Monday.