And they’re probably our biggest bite, but that’s what makes them all the more yummier. I made my first one for a happy hour get together with friends. I served two flavors for dessert and
one my friends said, “wow, I think you’re on to something.” At the time, my sisters and I were in the planning stages of our blog, so we knew our plans to add the Jupiter Cones to our recipe files was the right move.
We all grew up eating those drumstick cones, but what happened to them? Did they get smaller, or because we got bigger, did they just seem smaller? Well, one of the things I wanted my Jupiter Cones to be was BIG. And they have to be because they are jammed with things we love. It’s
like eating a few desserts all packed into one cone.
Right now, I have four different flavors, but I plan a series of ten, which I will post on our blog as I make them. Try them all for your family or next get together. I know winter is here, but ice cream is seasonless, right? Anyway, let me tease you with the first four Jupiter flavors. Then you can pull up the recipes and see how they’re made.
This is like having a brownie with a cup of coffee. It’s coffee ice cream packed with big brownie chunks and fudge ripple, topped with a chocolate shell and covered with pecans.
Lemon Meringue Pie
Sweet and tangy in every bite. This has vanilla ice cream, shortbread cookie “crust” inside with tart lemon curd and marshmallow crème, topped with a white chocolate shell and sprinkled with crushed lemon drops.
Mint Chip Cookie
For the mint lovers. It’s mint chocolate chip ice cream combined with chocolate chip cookies, Andes Mint pieces and hot fudge ripple, topped with a chocolate shell and covered with peanuts and Andes Mint pieces.
Apple Pie a la Mode
The all American combo. French vanilla ice cream oozing with apple pie filling and shortbread cookie “crust” inside, capped with a chunky cinnamon streusel.