After the frenzy over Cow Tipping Creamery’s doughnut ice cream cone mash-up, the soft serve shop decided to experiment further with its latest offering: bubble waffle ice cream cones.
Cow Tipping owners Tim and Corey Sorenson were inspired by the cones they often had in San Francisco’s Chinatown. It’s made with an egg-based batter which puffs up within the special waffle cone maker. Once baked, ice cream and other sweets are piled into the cone.
The bubble cone stacker special comes with either chocolate, vanilla, or matcha ice cream, topped with toasted coconut dust and sesame seeds, cornflake crumbs, plus drenched in white chocolate sauce.
There are two ways to enjoy the cones (which come wrapped for a less messy eating experience): first, by tearing and dipping excess pieces of the cone into the ice cream fillings, or just like an ice cream cone.
The bubble waffle cone will be available in limited supply for this week only. Look out for the return of the doughnut cones on a potentially scheduled basis.
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