Easy recipe for light and fluffy bread cones perfect for a friend or family gathering. Fill them with you favorite sweet or savory
filling and everybody will be delighted.

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Makes about 8 cones

4 cups (500g) bread flour
1 1/2 tbsp (22g) sugar
1 tsp (5g) salt
25 g fresh yeast (2 1/4 tsp active dry yeast)
1/4 cup (50 ml) water, warm
2 eggs
2/3 cup (170 ml) milk, warm
4 tbsp (60g) butter

1 egg, beaten
sesame and flax seeds

Paper Cones
16 A4 or Letter size papers
8 Aluminum foil sheets

1. In a large bowl, mix flour with sugar and salt. Dissolve the fresh yeast in the warm water and add to the flour mixture. Add eggs
and milk and mix everything together. Add the butter and knead until the dough is smooth and soft. Cover with a clean dish towel and let it rise for about 1 hour in a warm area, until doubled in size.

2. Meanwhile you can prepare the cones. Take 2 sheets of paper and make a cone and cover with aluminum foil, so that paper is not visible anymore. Repeat to make 8 cones.

3. Punch dough down and on a floured surface divide into 8 equal parts. Let them rest for 5 minutes.

4. Roll each piece of dough into an about 30 inch (80 cm) rope.

5. Roll the dough ropes around the aluminum cones. Place onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and let them rest for about 20 minutes.

6. Meanwhile you can preheat the oven to 400 F (200C).

7. Brush the cones with beaten egg and sprinkle sesame and flax seeds on top.

8. Bake for about 16-18 minutes until golden brown.

9. Let them cool on wire racks and fill them with your favorite filling. Enjoy!

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  1. Great video! I usually stuff these with shrimp salad, or chicken salad. Your recipe for bread dough is fabulous, but you can also "cheat" a bit by using Pillsbury (refrigerated) pop 'n fresh dough. To further simply, (rather than rolling out foil), I use my smaller metal horn molds (for pastry) which have always worked beautifully with thawed puffed pastry sheets and piped-in sweet cream filling. Thank you for posting this tutorial — Everyone should try some version of this, they're surprisingly easy to make and the results looks very professional.

  2. Wow, you could stuff that with almost anything, pizza toppings, soft pretzel cheese, thin sliced ham and butter, mashed potato's and bacon bits, maybe mac and cheese or even pulled pork for the summer bbq etc etc. GOOD IDEA I like it.

    Ms Home Cooking Adventure you knocked it out of the park with this one – nice.

  3. I love u so much ella i wanna make them for my friends at school they always taste your recipes i make and are like oh yum… but can u pls suggest a substitute for bread flour i am having some difficulty finding it pls reply fast