These Unusual Ice Cream Cones are Based on a Hong Kong Street Snack

By: Katherine Pendrill - Aug 18, 2015
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A Santa Ana-based ice creamery is selling an unusual ice cream cone that is inspired by a popular Hong Kong street snack. In Hong Kong, local residents enjoy a tasty treat called an egg waffle. This unusual dish is made from egg-based batter, which puffs up into bubbles that cradle the ice cream inside.

The new ice cream cones are made by Cauldron Ice Cream, which is currently the only place to offer this tasty street snack outside of southeast Asia. The ice creamery labeled its new dish 'puffle cones' and serves them with homemade ice cream. The delicious ice cream is made from liquid nitrogen and comes in a variety of eccentric flavors, including 'red velvet,' 's'mores' and 'Vietnamese coffee.'

The unusual puffed ice cream cones have proven to be a massive hit among customers and have quickly become a classic summer treat.