Frozen S’mores Cones

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The Summer Months are perfect for lazy hot days, frozen treats, long summer nights, campfire s’mores, lots of time with friends. Having a freezer full of tasty treats for those days and nights with friends is a requirement! Keeping that freezer stocked with all sorts of treats like Ginger Peach Popsicles, Chocolate Strawberry Pudding PopsChocolate Covered Peanut Butter Banana Bites, or Coconut Peach Blueberry Bites is easy! These S’mores Cones are just another amazing way to keep the fun going all summer long.

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The layers of flavor that you have here is amazing! You get the creamy pudding, crunchy cone, sweet marshmallows, slightly bitter dark chocolate – all in make-ahead style without having to fire up the fire-pit while cooling off as well! There is so much going on in these cones that you will absolutely love – you have the smooth creamy chocolate pudding and a bit of crunch from not only the cone but also the graham crackers and the chewy deliciousness of those marshmallows.

Once these are all frozen up you can store the leftovers(if you have any of those – if you make them for a party, I doubt you will have any of those) in a large plastic bag for any time you need to cool down. If you need some longer storage, you might want to individually wrap each cone in plastic wrap first so that they don’t get freezer burned and have a higher chance of staying crisp and fresh instead of turning soggy (no one likes a soggy ice cream treat).

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Happy Summer

~ enjoy these fun summer cones, sure to bring a smile to young and old ~

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Frozen S'mores Cones
 
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Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 1 box flat-bottom ice cream cones
  • ½ cup dark chocolate chips
  • ¼ cup whipping cream
  • 2 cup mini marshmallows
  • 1 sleeve graham crackers
  • 1 box (4 servings, 3.9 oz)instant chocolate pudding
  • 1½ cup cold milk for pudding
  • ½ of a container of Cool Whip - 4oz (thawed in fridge)
  • ¼ c. mini chocolate chips (as topping)
  • pudding
  • ganache (with some marshmallows)
  • add more layers
Instructions
  1. Place cones into a muffin pan for easy assembly & freezing.
  2. Crush graham crackers into large crumbs.
  3. Place chocolate chips and whipping cream into a small bowl and microwave in 30 second increments, stirring in between, until melted and smooth - set aside
  4. Divide a few Marshmallows into each cone.
  5. Mix cold milk with pudding on medium speed for 2 minutes, according to package directions. Fold in ½ of the Cool Whip container.
  6. ASSEMBLY:
  7. Drop a half-dozen or so mini marshmallows into each cone. Then add in some chocolate pudding on top of the marshmallows, filling the cups about ⅓ full. The next layer should be some graham crackers and then a couple more mini marshmallows. Fill with some more pudding and then some more mini marshmallows. Finally top with some of the melted chocolate (or even add another layer of pudding on top). To top the whole cones add some more crushed graham crackers (you can add some more mini marshmallows and mini chocolate chips to make them even more fancy)
Notes
The assembly directions are just rough guidelines - go with whatever works for you to make the best layers for what works for you!

Inspired by the S’mores Cups at Easy Baked

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S’mores are HUGELY POPULAR! Everyone seems to love a s’more and there are plenty of options for s’mores right here on Teacher-Chef for you to enjoy! Check out S’mores Bar Cookies (one of my top recipes), S’mores in a Jar (perfect for gift-giving), S’mores Pops, Portable Pretzel S’mores Sandwiches (pack up some for your road trip), S’mores Cupcakes, or even out of this world and impressive Layered S’mores Bars

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And I leave you with this, Today’s Question of the Day… What is your favorite part of the S’more, meaning what layer would you add more of into these cones?

 

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Frozen S’mores Cones — 3 Comments

  1. They look yummie! I like the pictures showing the assembly process- it helps to see how you structured them. I also like the links to other S’mores recipes. Mom A