8 Everyday Foods Cleverly Disguised as Ice Cream Cones

Since the invention of the wheel, mankind has since experienced only a few minor breakthroughs. Sure, there was the whole moon landing thing, and we suppose the internet is kind of cool, but the the guy who created the ice cream cone?

Somebody give this man a Nobel Prize already.

The cone-shaped pastry has solved the age-old dilemma of needing a spoon to enjoy the frosty treat, offering a one-handed, sans-bowl solution. Often found in waffle form, the ice cream cone has recently inspired a plethora of mind-blowing variations. Bold food bloggers and restaurateurs worldwide have ventured where few have gone before, offering the masses gloriously imaginative interpretations of the cone. From cookie dough cones to spaghetti fillings — nothing is off limits for this brave new brand of food lovers.

Here’s a look at eight of the most phenomenal cones we’ve seen yet. Feel free to add your own finds in the comments. ‘Til then, onward Christian Slater!

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Pasta Primavera Cone, aka Steak and Spaghetti stuffed in a Waffle Cone.

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Via Daniel Gray

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Street Food Meet Your Match: The Tacone

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Via The Food in my Beard

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Cobb Salad in a Crouton Cone. Eat that salad proper.

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Uni Tuna Tartare in a Sesame Cone:

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Via San Diego Food Finds, Photo by: Maria Desiderata Montana

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Sweet & Sour Chicken in a Wonton Cone.

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Chicken and Waffle Cone drizzled in maple syrup.

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Pizza Waffle Cone. Pepperoni please, hold the veggies.

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Cone obliterates your feeble pizookie.



Charisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada and is a die-hard Maple Leafs fan, sigh.



  • Sarah Shiver

    The Tacone and Pizookie are the only ones that look half decent to me