Cream Horns/Cream filled Pastry Cones






Today's recipe is a simple dessert and can be made in no time if the pastry cones are baked already.All you need is mix in the whipped cream along with some powdered sugar and fill in the cone.To make it more attractive the pastry cone can be drizzled with some melted chocolate or sprinkle with powdered sugar.
I remember eating this cream filled cones in local bakeries back in India.I am not sure whether its made with puff pastry or bread dough,still remember the taste.After checking so many videos,finally ended up in making it with homemade puff pastry.I got the cone shaped molds from Amazon if you don't have you can use the aluminium foil.Make a thick and sturdy mold by rolling the aluminum foil and use it.
When I made the cone/horn for the first time myself and kids got tempted so had it as such without any filling.Then made it for the second time and filled with cream.Off to the recipe..........................





                                     Cream Horns/Cream Filled Pastry Cones



    Basic Information

    Preparation time ~ 20-25 minutes
    Cooking time ~ 20-22 minutes
    Makes ~  12
    


   Ingredients

IngredientQuantity
Puff Pastry1/2 sheet
Whipped Cream11/2 cups
Powdered sugar2 tbs
Semi sweetened chocolate1/2 cup(optional)
Powdered sugar(as needed)for sprinkling
Chopped nuts (as needed)for garnishing



  Method

  • Thaw the puff pastry if its frozen.Roll it to thin sheet and cut it into strips.Now take one strip if needed roll it for one more time with the rolling pin. 

  • Wrap the rolled strip on the cone and press the edge to seal it.Keep the sealed edge facing down on the baking tray,so that it doesn't puff up.Continue for the rest for the dough and arrange it on the baking tray.Preheat the oven at 375 F and bake it for 20 minutes or till golden color and crispy.
  • Remove it from the oven and let it sit for few minutes.Now remove the mold and let it cool completely.

  • Meanwhile melt the chocolate in a double broiler,drizzle with a piping cone on baked cone or dip the edge in the melted chocolate.Let it dry.Now take the whipped cream and powdered sugar in a bowl,mix it well.Take the cream in a piping bag and pipe it into each cone.If needed dust it with the powdered sugar.

  • Serve it within an hour.







  • The baked horns can be stored in an air tight container for 2 days,keep it in the oven for couple of minutes before filling or drizzling with chocolate.
  • Do not bake it more than 22 minutes and after drizzling the melted chocolate let it dry completely before filling the cream.
  • While wrapping in the each layer should overlap,otherwise while puffing up it may create gaps.
  • After removing the baked horns from the oven let it sit for 2-3 minutes,then remove the mold and cool it completely.

Enjoy.................................................




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12 comments:

Looking delicious... The shape is so perfect.

Lovely and perfectly done...yummy..

Wow ! Those cones looks fabulous. Love your clicks .

Wow ! Those cones looks fabulous. Love your clicks .

Though these horns are simple, they tastes fabulous, my kids favourite.Beautiful captures Nalini.

These are just so good... they were available in a bakery close by and now they are not... Love the way it looks...

Wow! They look so amazing...have to try these

these are gorgeous - perfect to impress at holiday parties

Wow, the cones look addictive and tempting Beautiful presentation and lovely clicks.

What an interesting and kid friendly puff pastry horns. The chocolate dipped ones with chocolate drizzle looks so tempting.

Beauty!!! stunning cones, great clicks nalini!!

Awesome Nalini, kids will go crazy looking at these!

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