Saw this idea on various internet sites, and as the cones and the choc topping were both on offer, I wanted to have a go.
Take some wafer cornets, some ice cream and some chocolate ice cream topping [the sort that ‘sets’ and ‘crackles’] Optional – sprinkles, chopped nuts, soft fruits. You also need something to support the ices as they freeze. I used an old cylindrical Tupperware box. Important before you start, make sure you have room in your freezer to store the box. On my first attempt [with chopped nut topping] when I pushed the freezer drawer shut, the frozen peas slipped and pushed the paper over, disturbing the top of the ices!
These photos are therefore a mixture of attempt #1 and attempt #2
Now roll some foil into a sort of swastika shape as a support
Line each cone with some chocolate, then roll it in baking parchment
Balance each rolled cone in a glass, soften some ice cream in a bowl
Optional - Chop up some strawberries and beat into the ice cream
Cover with more chocolate topping, and then put some sprinkles or chopped nuts on the top.
Now put your cones into a tub, supported by the foil. Put into the freezer for an hour or more.
This is one from the first attempt, with the dodgy and disturbed top.
The pink sprinkle tops were much more successful.
In some parts of the world, they call them Drumsticks [that’s weird!]