A WAFFLE CONE OR ICE CREAM DESERVES THE BEST
According to the International Dairy Foods Association, the average American eats about 22 pounds of ice cream annually, so the ice cream can equal some tidy profits. Your summer sales can get a boost from ice cream, especially if it's scorching outside. Once you have the ice cream brand of your choice in your restaurant, consider how you would like to serve it. The classic waffle cone for ice cream is a favorite of many, and if you can order homemade waffle cones, you will distinguish yourself from other restaurants. You'll also have better margins, so you won't be paying an upcharge on pricy prepackaged cones. What goes into making the perfect waffle cone? The answer is easier than you think!
What it takes to make the perfect waffle cones
Making a delicious waffle cone comes down to two things: tools and ingredients. You may deviate from this formula, but a homemade waffle cone will use flour, sugar, butter, salt, milk, and eggs. When the batter is mixed, it's time to make the waffle cones. Home cooks can make waffle cones at home and bake them in an oven, but there is also an option for commercial kitchen waffle cone makers. You can make waffle cones in a waffle maker to speed up the process, but it's easier to use a dedicated appliance, such as a restaurant waffle cone maker.
A restaurant waffle maker is a medium-sized appliance that stands on a countertop. By choosing this option for cones, you can make waffle cones quickly and efficiently, while keeping the homemade taste and crunch that your customers expect. Many of these appliances have a compact design, so you won't lose valuable space in your restaurant kitchen.
Waffle cone variations
The waffle cone is a classic. Waffle cones are medium to deep caramel brown color, sugar-flavored, pointed waffle cones with a crunchy texture. They are pressed in a special waffle maker and brought to perfection. They have a pointy bottom and wide mouth to hold more ice cream - and who doesn't like that? Their wide margins allow them to hold sauce, sprinkles, and nuts without spilling them. Waffle cones also go well with fresh fruit, frozen yogurt, and even granola. Waffle cones have a higher sugar content than sugar cones, but they are also a significant source of fiber.
One of the great things about making waffle cones from scratch is that you can experiment with different flavors. Here are some ideas:
-Spicing the batter with cinnamon and nutmeg
-Black waffle cones made from activated charcoal
-Chocolate waffle cones
-Cookie lovers will go crazy for cookie-dough-filled waffle cones! It won't be ice cream in a waffle cone; it will be edible cookie dough!
-Waffle cones often get special treatment, they're dipped in chocolate and sprinkled with nuts, which means you get 2-in-1, a deliciousness and an aesthetic pleasure.-Whatever you choose, be sure to select a cone because your ice cream deserves it.