GF cone idea: Heat several tablespoons of oil in a pan. Fry a small corn tortilla on both sides, until it just begins to stiffen then remove from heat, shaking gently off the excess oil. Immediately drop onto a plate of cinnamon-sugar, coating both sides. Then, flip it over to a flat surface and roll it into a cone shape. While it cools, place it top-down into a narrow cup or glass, so that it has a form to hold it's shape. Cones Shape, Cinnamon Sugar, Tortillas Cones, Fries Tortillas, Bacon Cookies, Corn Tortillas, Cones Sprinkles, Cones Ideas, Ice Cream Cones
Made these for dessert the other night! Had a couple people ask me how to do it..so figured I'd share..it's super easy!! All you'll need is; Flour tortillas Vanilla ice cream 1/2 cup of some cinnamon sugar Jar of Honeycomb honey 1/2 cup of vegetable oil for frying Heat the oil in a small skillet and once it's around 325° place tortilla in & let fry on each side around 30 seconds or Golden brown. Once they're fried on each side, place it in a plate of your cinnamon sugar and coat each side! Top with scooped icecream and drizzle honey over the top! I also dusted it with some more cinnamon sugar...because it would be sooo wrong not to ;) ! Enjoy!
Recipe: Sugar Cones
Here's a recipe for elephant ear I discovered What you'll need: Tortillas (uncooked) Oil for deep frying Sugar Cinnamon First, deep fry a tortilla til it's brown on both sides (apx 10 seconds on each side) Then on a plate mix sugar and cinnamon and put the fried tortilla into the cinnamon sugar mix and press it so it gets coated, flip and do the same. Enjoy!
Homemade tortilla chips - use sprouted corn tortillas, brush with coconut oil, lightly salt/season, and then bake 10 minutes. Easy
1. Beat egg whites together until light and frothy using an electric stand mixer with the whisk attachment. With the mixer running, slowly pour in 2 tablespoons sugar; beat until soft peaks form. 2. In a large saucepan, combine 1/3 cup water, corn syrup, and remaining 2/3 cup sugar. Place over medium heat and cook until boiling. Start cooking over medium heat stirring occasionally but never taking your eyes off it. Raise heat to medium high and continue cooking until mixture reaches the ...