Wednesday, February 9, 2022

Chocolate Crepe Cone Dessert

This is a rich and delicious dessert that will be satisfying as well! The cone is made with chocolate crepe and these are made with aquafaba and are eggless version of the traditional crepes. Chocolate crepe drizzled with sauce, with sliced bananas and starwberries, icecream, all rolled into a cone, and topped with extra scoop of icecream, with extra sauce and a final touch with candied cherry.....This is HEAVEN! 

Crepes are not just for breakfast alone. They make amazing dessert too! Crepe cones are amazing to serve as dessert and with icecream loaded cone, it is definitely a heaven. If you want to have this without the icecream, if you are watching on calories, then also this would work. With added sugar and chocolate in the crepe batter, and with fruits and chocolate drizzle, this will be both a breakfast as well as dessert too.

One main thing to note here is that, the shaping into cones should be done quick. Meaning that if you leave the crepe out for longer, they might crumble. These are more crispier at the edges though the center is also a little crisp. If you have a cone roller, then use that, shape into a cone immediately. In this way, fillings can be added later. Then this make ahead crepe cone will be easier to serve in big parties. 

This recipe makes eight 12-in crepe, pretty good size for dessert, will hold 2 scoops of icecream and some fruits easily. Make it in smaller sizes for smaller portioned dessert, which is also a good idea.

Icecream, fruits, chocolate chips, cherries can be adjusted as per liking. I have used vanilla icecream, use chocolate for cholatey dessert and I would fall for that chocolate heaven! Nuts are also great for topping, use toasted nuts for better crunch. Any kind regular, or plant based icecream will work. I would love with coconut icecream. Caramel, butter pecan, dulche de around with flavors of icecream.

It's the second Wednesday of February and our day of sharing recipes based on a chosen theme in our #ImprovCookingChallenge group. In this group, we are given two ingredients and using those two ingredients (of course, along with other ingredients), we whip up seriously delicious food and share on this chosen day. The #ImprovCookingChallenge is a monthly blogging event where two ingredients are assigned to a month. Bloggers can make any recipe they like as long as it features the two ingredients. If you are a blogger and would like to join us, please visit our Facebook page. You can also read more about the event on our our home page. This month's chosen ingredients are chocolate and crepes. With these two, it is easy to make delicious breakfast recipes and divine desserts! Don't you agree? 

I am also linking this to Wonderful Wednesday, and Thursday Favorite Things.

Makes 8, 12-in crepes

All purpose flour - 1 cup
Cocoa powder - 2 tbsp
Salt - 1 pinch
Brown sugar - 3 tbsp
Baking powder - 1 tsp
Aquafaba - 1/2 cup
Almond milk - 1 and 3/4 cups
Oil - 2 tbsp

For Assembling the Dessert

Icecream (regular or plant based)
Strwberries sliced
Banana, sliced
Chocolate chips
Chocolate sauce
Candied cherry


In a bowl, add the flour, cocoa powder, brown sugar, baking powder, and salt, mix.

Add almond milk, oil, and aquafaba and whisk to make a smooth batter.

Heat a non stick pan on low-medium flame, add about half cup water, swirl around to coat the batter completely, about 12-in circle. Cook for 4 minutes, flip and oock for a minute. Set aside and repeat with the rest of the batter.

To each crepe, drizzle with chocolate sauce, add two tablespoons of icecream in one wedge portion ad line up on either side with strawberry and banana slices. Fold in half along the stuffing and roll into a cone.

Top with another scoop of icecream, more fruits, chocolate chips, cherry, and chocolate drizzle. Place in a cup or bowl. This can be wrapped in a parchment too, like a cone! Serve immediately.

Here are the links for the "Chocolate and Crepes" recipes we shared today for Feb 2022, ImprovCooking! 

Sneha Datar: Nutella Filled Crepes
 Radha Rajagopalan: Chocolate Crepe Cone Dessert 


  1. I would love one of these...with ice cream...for breakfast....right now!

  2. Wish I had a spoon to dig in Radha, Yum Yum!

  3. I always like ice cream better in a cone! What a fun take on this!