Homestyle campfire cones for stoners
Campfire desserts are often thought to be summer only recipes, but this one is perfect for making even during the coldest of months when you’re trapped indoors. It can be sweet, or tart, or pretty much anything else that you’d like it to be, which is why this unique treat is catching on and gaining in popularity among people of all different age groups.
What are campfire cones?
Campfire cones might sound like some kind of complicated dessert, but they are actually really simple. You start with a simple cone that is typically sugar so that it doesn’t go soggy after applying heat, and fill it with your favorite toppings, some drizzle, and then bake or roast it to your own personal level of perfection.
Why they are amazing
Campfire cones are one of those desserts that you just can’t go wrong with, and since you can fill it with virtually anything that you like eating, it’s pretty easy to come up with a combination that everyone will love. As long as you have at least two of the suggested ingredients set out below and some drizzle, you’re sure to be in for a treat with this cannabis-infused dessert.
How to make campfire cones at home
Now, of course, this campfire cones recipe can be created on an open fire, but when it’s cold outside and you’re craving campfire desserts, there is nothing that works better than a regular old oven.
It is important to point out that there are three ingredient lists included here, and that is because this is the most personalized dessert ever that’s easy to make for big or small groups, so choose and prepare approximately ½ cup of filling choices and then follow the instructions for the perfect snack for stoners.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 10 minutes
Calories: 99-213 (depending on filling choices)
- Sugar cones
- ¼ teaspoon of cannabutter (per cone)
- ½ cup filling
Fruit cone ingredient ideas
- Orange slices
- Apple wedges
- Pomegranate seeds
- Cherries (pitted)
- Yogurt (for drizzle)
Sweet tooth cone ideas
- Chocolate chips
- Graham cracker crumbs
- Candy pieces
The health nut cone ingredient ideas
- Fruit (as listed above)
- Dried fruit
- Honey (for drizzle)
- Aluminum foil
- Mixing bowl
- Baking sheet
To start you will need to come to terms with the fact that you can only make one at a time, which is why for a group, everyone can gather around a table to make their own, and even though the drizzle is the last ingredient that you will add to your campfire cones, it’s the first one you’ll have to make. So, grab anywhere from 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon (per cone) of your selected drizzle, and put it into a bowl with the cannabutter.
Whisk it all together, and don’t worry if there are some chunks, because the heat, later on, will make fast work of melting everything which will get rid of them. Now preheat the oven to 375°F and set the bowl aside for the moment so that you can move on to the next step.
Unfortunately, most sugar cones don’t like to stand up alone, so you will have to pull just one from the package to fill at a time. Once you’ve got a sugar cone out and ready, start to fill it with all of your favorite treats. Now, technically you can fill it all the way to the top, but ¾ is best if you want less of a mess to unwrap in the end.
Finally, it’s time to apply the drizzle. To do that, you can either heap a big spoonful into one place or do your best to spread it around evenly.
Cut a piece of aluminum foil that is large enough to envelop the cone and wrap it tightly to ensure there are no leaks.
Make as many campfire cones as you need and then pop them into the oven for approximately 10 minutes.
Once they are done cooking, you can carefully remove the foil and enjoy the delightfully gooey contents inside.