DIY Waffle Cone

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Indoor Grill by Bella
Indoor Grill by Bella

15 minutes

Easy

8 servings

ingredients:

Directions:

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Directions:

  1. In a large bowl (or the bowl of a stand mixer with the whisk attachment) whisk egg whites and granulated sugar until sugar is incorporated. Slowly whisk in butter, then milk and finally vanilla extract. 
  2. In a separate bowl, mix your salt in with the flour.
  3. Slowly fold your egg white mixture into the dry ingredients until fully incorporated. Do not over mix here or you will end up with bubbles!
  4. ¼ cup at a time, at the batter to your preheated Bella Griddle on the flat surface. Spread it evenly and thin, making it arc like a smile. Utilize the hover feature of the griddle to cook the top of the batter for 5 minutes.
  5. Open your griddle back up and using your cone roller, slowly roll from one side of the arc to the other, wrapping it around the roller and forming a cone!
  6. Let it rest for a minute or two before removing it as a perfect cone!
  7. Enjoy it by dipping the open end in your favorite chocolate and sprinkles and serving with your favorite ice-cream!

What Is pork broth?

 

Borsch—a sour and hearty soup that’s loved especially throughout Eastern Europe—is the national dish of Ukraine and a staple in nearly every household. There are four main categories of borsch in Ukraine: red, green, white, and cold (kholodnyk). Borsch is eaten at weddings and funerals, can be served hot or cold, and can be as thick as a stew or thin as a consommé. It can also be almost any color, and the correct hue of borsch is often a hotly contested topic.

Borsch—a sour and hearty soup that’s loved especially throughout Eastern Europe—is the national dish of Ukraine and a staple in nearly every household. There are four main categories of borsch in Ukraine: red, green, white, and cold (kholodnyk). Borsch is eaten at weddings and funerals, can be served hot or cold, and can be as thick as a stew or thin as a consommé. It can also be almost any color, and the correct hue of borsch is often a hotly contested topic.

Borsch—a sour and hearty soup that’s loved especially throughout Eastern Europe—is the national dish of Ukraine and a staple in nearly every household. There are four main categories of borsch in Ukraine: red, green, white, and cold (kholodnyk). Borsch is eaten at weddings and funerals, can be served hot or cold, and can be as thick as a stew or thin as a consommé. It can also be almost any color, and the correct hue of borsch is often a hotly contested topic.

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