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Waffle Ice cream Cone Maker- £12 + £2 C/C or £3 Del - £14 @ Tesco Direct
Waffle Ice cream Cone Maker- £12 + £2 C/C or £3 Del - £14 @ Tesco Direct

Waffle Ice cream Cone Maker- £12 + £2 C/C or £3 Del - £14 @ Tesco Direct

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Enjoy delicious ice cream treats wrapped in crispy, crunchy, golden-brown waffle cone goodness straight from the kitchen with this Waffle Cone Maker. 

Just bought one, as I would happily make these and eat them without the ice cream.

What flavour would you make?

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Voting cold as literally first search result on google gives a better price (£12 delivered from ukfinefoods.co.uk/Pro…ker )

This also has got to be one of the best examples of items you only use very occasionally. I want one!

Lahn

Voting cold as literally first search result on google gives a better … Voting cold as literally first search result on google gives a better price (£12 delivered from www.ukfinefoods.co.uk/Products/TS-2168-1/waffle-ice-cream-cone-maker )This also has got to be one of the best examples of items you only use very occasionally. I want one!



​it will only be £12 at tesco from tomorrow.

Cheaper and easier to just buy coned ice cream from Iceland. Also ice cream is not very healthy to eat in bulk.

sam_of_london

Cheaper and easier to just buy coned ice cream from Iceland. Also ice … Cheaper and easier to just buy coned ice cream from Iceland. Also ice cream is not very healthy to eat in bulk.



​Ice cream is made from milk, cows eat grass, therefore ice cream is a vegetable

Every home needs one.

God almighty, who has this much time on their hands??

Thought it was a toilet seat at first :s
Edited by: "Hotmeal" 20th Sep 2016

Have Googled the ingredients and recipe:
In a large bowl, mix together flour, salt, baking powder and sugar; set aside. Preheat waffle iron to desired temperature. In a separate bowl, beat the eggs. Stir in the milk, butter and vanilla. Pour the milk mixture into the flour mixture; beat until blended.
Ladle the batter into a preheated waffle iron. Cook the waffles until golden and crisp. Serve immediately.

That's a lot of prep for a treat... easy enough for kids to make though. Thanks Lahn for the cheaper link.
Edited by: "davemhaynes" 21st Sep 2016

Am I alone in thinking that £2 for click and collect is taking the ****?
Edited by moderator: "Sep 21, 2016 17:00" 21st Sep 2016

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woldranger

Am I alone in thinking that £2 for click and collect is taking the ****?



​nope I couldnt believe it when I read it haha

Waffle.....

sam_of_london

Cheaper and easier to just buy coned ice cream from Iceland. Also ice … Cheaper and easier to just buy coned ice cream from Iceland. Also ice cream is not very healthy to eat in bulk.


Why not try alternative ice cream made from frozen fresh fruit put in a blender or Yonana machine. No fat or additives just fruit.
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