Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream Copycat

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
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5 from 2 reviews

No Bake Desserts

Cook time Cook time: 10 minutes

Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream is no fuss, no churn and loaded with chocolate sugar cone pieces and homemade caramel.

I love making easy and delicious Ice Cream, like my Mint Chocolate Chip Avocado Ice Cream and Chocolate Chip Blackberry Ice Cream.

Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream

Finally, the day has come when I am sharing my most beloved food in this world: ICE CREAM! For me, Ice Cream is a separate food group, and the Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream is on top of the pyramid. I just love it, I can eat an endless amount of pints. I bought some sugar cones, dipped them in dark chocolate, crushed them, made my 10 minute Caramel Sauce. After, I whipped some heavy cream with vanilla beans, added it to the condensed milk. Then, I gently folded the caramel and crushed cones, and voila you have homemade Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream! Easy as that!

And let me tell you that its good, its on the sweet side since its made with condensed milk and caramel sauce. So if you want to tame the sweetness, reduce the caramel sauce in half, you can always drizzle some on the ice cream when serving it.

This Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream texture is a soft and creamy, with chewy pieces of chocolate sugar cones and sweet caramel.Note that the first day the ice cream will be a little softer than the original. However, as longer as you keep it in the fridge it will harden. Also, its best to consume it in 2 weeks for best taste.

WHY YOU WILL ENJOY THIS STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM:

  • Firstly, it’s creamy and rich in chocolate and caramel, which makes it a show stopper dessert.
  • Also, it’s very easy to make with few ingredients.
  • Making it at home is cheaper than buying at the store.
  • It can be made days or weeks in advance and store in the freezer for days to come.
  • In addition, you can use variation of fruits as the combination is endless.

Can I store Ice Cream in the fridge?

To serve ice cream more easily, transfer the container from the freezer to the fridge 10 to 20 minutes before serving. For the best  taste, home made ice cream should be eaten within a day or two.

How do you keep ice cream from getting freezer burn?

To prevent the ice cream from taking on the odor of that fish or other products from your freezer, use a container with a tight-fitting lid. For extra security, place a layer of plastic wrap between your ice cream and the lid. Air is also responsible for freezer burn, which desiccates and crystallizes the surface of ice cream.

How do you freeze melted ice cream?

To refreeze thawed ice cream, is recommended only it is slightly melted, and has been kept under proper refrigeration. It is also important that it was not exposed to the outside environment. However, if it was almost melted outside the freezer, then you probably risk your health by eating it.

Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream

Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream

Haagen Daz Caramel Cone Ice Cream is no fuss, no churn and loaded with chocolate sugar cone pieces and homemade caramel.
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Prep Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 40 minutes
Servings: 14 servings
Calories: 205kcal
Author: Catalina Castravet

Ingredients

Chocolate Covered Sugar Cones:

  • 4 store bought sugar cones
  • 5 ounces dark chocolate (chopped)
  • 5 tablespoons heavy cream

Homemade Caramel Sauce:

  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 6 tbsps. unsalted butter (at room temperature and cut up into pieces)
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 1 tsp. salt

For the Ice Cream:

  • 1 14-ounce can sweetened condensed milk
  • 3 vanilla beans
  • 2 cups heavy cream (cold)

Instructions

Chocolate Covered Sugar Cones:

  • Place chocolate and heavy cream in a microwave safe bowl, microwave for 30-40 seconds, and stir until all chocolate pieces are melted.
  • Dip the sugar cones one by one into the melted chocolate and place on parchment paper. Once the chocolate has hardened, crush the cones into small pieces.

Homemade Caramel Sauce:

  • In a medium sauce pan over medium heat melt sugar until a brownish liquid forms, make sure to stir constantly during this process.
  • When sugar has completely melted, add the butter and stir until well combined.
  • Carefully while still stirring add the heavy cream, once all the cream has been added let the mixture boil without stirring for one minute.
  • Remove from heat, stir in salt, transfer to a mason jar (or any other container) and let it completely cool before adding to the ice cream.

For the Ice Cream:

  • Pour the condensed milk into a large bowl, cut the vanilla pods into halves and with the tip of a short knife remove the seeds. Add the seeds to the condensed milk and stir with a spatula until combined.
  • Pour the heavy cream into the mixing bowl an electric mixer (or regular large bowl if using hand mixer). If using an electric mixer, fit it with the whisk attachment and whip the cream until it holds stiff, billowy peaks, about 3 minutes.
  • Gently mix a scoop of the whipped cream into the condensed milk. Using a spatula, gently fold in the rest of the whipped cream into the bowl with the condensed milk. It will look very lumpy, but as you continue to fold, the mixture will smooth out and become soft and silky. Stop when you see just a few small lumps here and there, making sure not to over-mix.
  • Fold in the crushed chocolate cones and caramel sauce, don't over mix the caramel sauce, just give it a gentle stir to create some swirls.
  • Line an 8 inch loaf pan (or freezer container) with parchment paper and transfer the ice cream into it. Smooth the top, and then press a piece of wax paper against the surface to prevent ice crystals from forming.
  • Freeze for at least six hours, better overnight.
  • The ice cream can be stored for up to 2 weeks, but will become more firm the longer you let it in the

Nutrition

Calories: 205kcal | Carbohydrates: 23g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 11g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 18mg | Sodium: 213mg | Potassium: 141mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 19g | Vitamin A: 240IU | Calcium: 65mg | Iron: 1.3mg
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Sam @ SugarSpunRun

What a beautiful, incredible ice cream, this is a fantastic copycat and I love that caramel sauce as well! Truly impressive!

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Thanks Sam!

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary

So THIS is what you did with that caramel sauce! OMG- GENIUS!!!! I loooove haagen daz, but I have never tried this particular flavor (well, the chocolate allergy will NEVER let me have this. Sad.) However, I KNOW my hubs will absolutely LOVE this TO PIECES! Chocolate coated and crushed cones, caramel, vanilla ice cream... Yeah... he will LOVE this. AND that's an understatement! I'll have to sit and drool as he inhales this ice cream. That should be fun (<-- said no one ever). But for realz, girl, this rocks and I can't wait to make this for him! Thanks for sharing, chicka! Pinned! Cheers! <3

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Haaen daz copycat? You genius you! Sharing!

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Thank you for the support Nagi!

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My Dish is Bomb

I've only just discovered the wonders of sweetened condensed milk...and have yet to eat it by the spoon, but I'm sure my day will come ;) I am in love with no-churn recipes this summer and re-doing your fav recipes is always the best!

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OMG condensed milk is the best! I cannot live without it!

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Coffee and Crumpets

Oh my goodness! I adore ice cream and caramel and chocolate and cones.... Love this! ..

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[email protected] The Gastronomic Bong

This icecream looks absolutely KILLER!! Love love love it! :)

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Thanks Arpita!

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Izzy

What happens if I can’t find vinallia bean?

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just use 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

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