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Low Carb Sugar Cone

Written By Bold Apps 14 Sep 2018
Keto Low Carb Sugar Cone

Keto Low Carb Sugar Cone

Sugar Cone Liquid Concentrate by One on One Flavors radiates as a toasted, sweet bakery flavor of a sugar cone.  You’ll be impressed by the experience of this amazing, mouth-watering flavor!

Low Carb Sugar Cone Recipe

Nothing beats the summer heat like ice cream, and with these sugar cones, you can serve a wide variety of flavors to keep yourself cool and feeling refreshed.  Our Low Carb Sugar Cones will give your favorite ice cream flavors an equally enjoyable cone to match! The sugar cones lets you capture the fun of an ice cream parlor from your very own kitchen to create the perfect handheld bite of frozen goodness.


2/3 cup almond flour  

1 tbsp psyllium husk powder  

pinch of salt

1/2 cup Swerve (80g / 2.8 oz)

1/4 cup coconut oil

2 large eggs

1/2 cup coconut milk  

2 tsp OOOFlavors Sugar Cone Flavored Concentrate


Preheat your cone maker to medium  

In a bowl,  mix almond flour, psyllium, salt.

In another bowl, mix the eggs, coconut milk, sweetener and OOOFlavors Sugar Cone Flavored Concentrate.

Add the dry ingredients into the bowl with the eggs and mix well.

Pour the batter (about 3 tablespoons per wafer) in the cone maker and close the lid. Cook for 3-6 minutes, or until it's lightly browned and cooked through (the time depends on the cone maker and temperature setting). Once ready, use a spatula and cone shaper to fold the hot wafer around it

As it cools down, the wafer will harden. Then, you can remove the cone shaper and let it cool to room temperature.

Repeat for the remaining cones.

Nutrition facts per sugar cone:

Total carbs: 2.5 g

Net carbs: 1.3 g

Protein: 2.9 g

Fat: 12.4 g

Energy: 127 kcal (calories)

Carbs (4%) : Protein (9%) : Fat (87%)

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