How To Make Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream Cones

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Why settle for a regular old ice cream cone when you can make one out of cinnamon rolls?

After you see how quick and easy it is to make cinnamon roll ice cream cones, you’ll never go back! 

Breyers Cinnabon Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream Cone
Image: Breyers and Cinnabon

This innovative recipe was co-created by Breyers and CINNABON to celebrate the launch of their new bakery-inspired frozen dairy dessert.

The new sweet treat features swirls of gooey cinnamon, a sweet cinnamon flavored base, and delicious dough bites for the ultimate twist on the Classic Cinnabon cinnamon roll.

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Breyers CINNABON Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream Cone Recipe

Ingredients To Make Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream Cone

  • Breyers CINNABON Frozen Dairy Dessert
  • Pillsbury Grands! CINNABON Cinnamon Rolls
  • granulated sugar, (optional)
  • ground cinnamon, (optional)

How To Make Ice Cream Cones With Cinnamon Rolls

Step 1: Preheat oven to 350°.

Step 2: Create Cone Mold

CONE OPTION 1:  Create a cone mold with aluminum foil.

Cut 5 (12×12-in.) pieces of aluminum foil. To make each cone, fold 1 piece foil in half. Pinch one of the corners of creased edge with thumb and index fingers, palm facing you, and wrap the foil around your hand to create a cone shape. Repeat with remaining foil to make 5 cones.

CONE OPTION 2: Use a waffle cone mold.

Cut 5 (12×12-in.) pieces of aluminum foil. Wrap 1 piece of foil around cone mold, once fully wrapped, remove foil and repeat with remaining foil to make 5 cones.

Step 3: Make Cones With Dough

Remove rolls from the can and set the aside icing. Spray each foil cone with no-stick cooking spray.

Unravel the rolls and begin to wrap the dough around the foil cones.

Starting at the smaller end and working up, overlay each wrap partially on top of each other. Ensure there are no gaps between each wrap by pinching and smoothing out the dough.

Step 4: Place Cones In Muffin Pan

Place cones into the holes of a muffin pan with the smaller end of the cones facing up.

Step 5: Bake Ice Cream Cones

Bake 10 to 15 minutes or until cones are golden brown.

For an extra sweet touch, combine the sugar and cinnamon on a plate. With the foil cones still intact, roll warm cones in the cinnamon sugar to coat.

Place the cones on a cooling rack to cool for 30 minutes.

Step 6: Remove Foil and Enjoy

Next, carefully remove the foil from cooled cones. Add 1 scoop Breyers CINNABON Frozen Dairy Dessert to each. Enjoy!

PRO TIP: Further enhance the deliciousness by heating the included cinnamon roll icing in the microwave for 10 seconds. Use it to top your ice cream or use it to dip your cone into after all the ice cream is gone!


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Yield: 5

Breyers Cinnabon Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream Cone

Breyers Cinnabon Cinnamon Roll Ice Cream Cone

Cinnabon-inspired Cinnamon Roll ice cream cones rolled or coated in cinnamon sugar and topped with a scoop of Breyers Cinnabon and a cherry. 

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes

Ingredients

  • 3 1/3 cups Breyers CINNABON Frozen Dairy Dessert
  • 1 can Pillsbury Grands! CINNABON Cinnamon Rolls
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar, optional
  • 1 Tbsp. ground cinnamon, optional

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°.
  2. Choose a cone method.

    CONE OPTION 1: Create cone mold with aluminum foil.
    Cut 5 (12×12-in.) pieces of aluminum foil. To make each cone, fold 1 piece foil in half. Pinch one of the corners of creased edge with thumb and index fingers, palm facing you, and wrap the foil around your hand to create a cone shape. Repeat with remaining foil to make 5 cones.

    CONE OPTION 2: Use waffle cone mold.
    Cut 5 (12×12-in.) pieces of aluminum foil. Wrap 1 piece of foil around cone mold, once fully wrapped, remove foil and repeat with remaining foil to make 5 cones.
  3. Remove rolls from can and set aside icing. Spray each foil cone with no-stick cooking spray. Unravel rolls and begin to wrap the dough around the foil cones. Starting at the smaller end and working up, overlay each wrap partially on top of each other. Ensure there are no gaps between each wrap by pinching and smoothing out the dough.
  4. Place cones into the holes of a muffin pan with the smaller end of the cones facing up.
  5. Bake 10 to 15 minutes or until cones are golden brown. Optional- combine sugar and cinnamon on plate. With foil cones still intact, roll warm cones in cinnamon sugar to coat. Remove to cooling rack to cool 30 minutes.
  6. Carefully remove foil from cooled cones and add 1 scoop (2/3 cup) Breyers CINNABON Frozen Dairy Dessert to each. Enjoy!

Notes

PRO TIP: Further enhance your bakery experience by heating the included cinnamon roll icing in the microwave for 10 seconds. Use it to top your ice cream or use it to dip your cone into after all the ice cream is gone!

This delicious recipe was co-created by Breyers and CINNABON.

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