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How to make waffle cone bowls

Waffle Bowls

I’ve really been enjoying my new pizzelle maker lately and eating more ice cream than usual as a result of the fact that creamy ice cream is a good match for the crispy waffle cookies in ice cream sandwiches. Since the pizzelles taste like waffle cones, turning them into ice cream cones seems like an obvious option, too. Unfortunately, the pizzelles made with my baker are a little on the small side, and while I did successfully wrap some of them into cones, it wasn’t such an easy task. Instead, I’ve opted to make waffle cone bowls for my ice cream with these pizzelles, which is just as tasty and a lot easier.

The pizzelles are very malleable when they are hot and fresh off the baker. To shape them into a bowl, take out a small bowl of some kind and set it near the machine. A 6-oz pyrex dish is perfect, but any small dish of similar size will work. A wider dish will give you a shallower bowl. Bake the pizzelle as you normally would, take it off the machine and press it down into the bowl, covering the bottom and sides (as much as you can) with the waffle cookie. It only takes a few seconds for the cookie to set up into a nice, crisp bowl shape, in which you can serve ice cream or any other dessert treat.

Shaping a waffle cone bowls

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15 Comments
  • Kelly
    August 27, 2009

    Very fun. I love that you’re already coming up with diverse uses for the pizzelle maker.

  • Becks
    August 27, 2009

    Love this idea! At my old job every Christmas our Italian boss would break out the pizzelle maker and give me a big bowl of the extra bits that he had cut off from the sides. Needless to say, I STILL ate about half the batch…

    I always said they tasted like waffle cones. Now to find me a pizzelle maker!

  • phenternin
    August 27, 2009

    Yum yummy, the pizzelles look so yummy. I never know how they were made. Thank you for a great post and tips. Can’t wait to serve ice cream and desserts now.

  • Tia
    August 27, 2009

    aww i want a pizelle maker now!

  • Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction
    August 27, 2009

    This makes me want to run out and buy a pizelle maker today! I have borrowed my grandmother’s pizelle maker a few times and made them, but now I think I need my own!

  • Peggy
    August 27, 2009

    As a suggestion, use two bowls – one to put the pizelle in, and the other to push down on top of it to finish the shape 🙂

  • Marybakes
    August 28, 2009

    I must dig out my pizzelle maker. Dying to try these out!

  • baguette
    September 1, 2009

    mmmmhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

  • College Dating
    September 11, 2009

    Looks really crispy. Gotta try some!

  • Tap Dance Mat
    November 16, 2009

    It looks delicious! I want to try to do that at home. I am craving right now.

  • Portable Tap Dance Mat
    December 10, 2009

    It looks delicious to me. I will surely do something like that.

  • gasoline
    April 22, 2010

    Yummy, it was a great picture i must say, please publish some their recipe guides.

  • I hope to make waffles cone bowls at home. Thanks for the recipe.

  • Penny Stocks
    May 13, 2010

    Yummy! Thanks for this procedures. Will do it at home.

  • Alexis Alvarado
    March 31, 2015

    Hi. I love this! one of my favorite desserts is ice cream. But it gets a little boring just eating ice cream from a bowl. I love waffle cones but they can get a little messy and a waffle bowl is probably the best thing. I never knew how to make them though. This recipe sounds absolutely amazing and I can not wait to try it the next time that I have ice cream.

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