DIY Mini GOTH Soft Serve Ice Cream Cones | You Made What?!


Greetings my lovelies. Hi, it’s Emmy. Welcome back to another “You Made What?!” Today, I’ll be making goth ice cream. So today’s little recipe was inspired by an ice cream cone that you can get at Little Damage ice cream shop located in LA — and they serve a goth-themed ice cream cone that has a beautiful black waffle cone and a gray swirl of soft-serve ice cream. And along with a little black lipstick, I’m going to try to replicate it at home. And if you like these kinds of recipes, be sure to subscribe and like so I know it. So first things first we’re going to prepare the batter for our waffle cones. In a large bowl we’re gonna place our eggs and sugar and beat that up until it’s really light and pale and fluffy. So that’ll take about four minutes. So, in a separate bowl, we’re going to mix all of our dry ingredients: we’re gonna whisk our flour, our baking powder, and salt. So, to our egg mixture, we’re going to add our flour; we’re gonna add our milk; our melted butter. I added a little bit of vanilla extract, and a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon. Next we’re going to add one tablespoon of activated bamboo charcoal; and mix that in: you’ll get a beautiful black batter. Now we’re gonna let the batter rest for at least fifteen minutes before we make our cones. This is actually a pizzelle maker which is a thin lovely crisp Italian cookie but, it will make great waffle cones as well. My iron has been preheating — open it up — and we’re going to use a little bit of butter; we’re going to grease up the iron a bit. This is about a tablespoon of batter. Close that up; clamp the end; and then let that cook for about a minute to a minute and a half. So while this is cooking I’ll explain how I made the soft-serve ice cream. So this is a bit of a cheat recipe, because in order to make true soft-serve ice cream you have to have a special machine or you can have dry ice. So, again, I found this recipe on Saveur, but they found it originally from the Big Gay Ice Cream Cookbook. And I think it was originally published in the Food Truck Cookbook. So, I’ll put all the links down below if you are interested in finding the original recipe. So I adapted it, so what you’re going to do is take some store-bought ice cream and use half a container — about three cups —
and I’m using vanilla. And then you’re going to place that into a stand mixer; and then you’re going to add one cup of whipped cream. So what I did was I took a half cup of whipping cream; and then I whipped that up until I had soft peaks — and that was about a cup — and then I added that to the ice cream, and beat that really well until everything was well-incorporated; and then I added one tablespoon of the activated charcoal powder. And then I put half of that into a piping bag fitted with a star tip. And then you allow that to chill for at least twelve hours before serving. Okay… My waffle cone is ready. This one is a little bit… We’ll put it in my bird! So here’s my ice cream. I’ve left this sit in my refrigerator for about a half an hour; so hopefully I can pipe it into my cone, but we shall see. Alright, there she goes. And here is my beautiful cone. I am so happy about this. Here it is: little mini-style. And I’m going to quickly eat it before it melts. Itadakimasu. Ooh, so it tastes like store-bought vanilla ice cream, but it has a very interesting texture. It is soft, just like soft-serve ice cream, but the charcoal gives it a little bit of a gritty texture. So I’m going to be a little bit vain here, and I don’t want to ruin my lipstick, so I’m going to use a spoon to taste the ice cream again. Mhmm, and in terms of texture, I would say this is pretty accurate to being soft-serve. Mhmm. Now, let’s give our cone a taste. It’s a little bit different than a sugar cone. It’s a little bit thicker, but nice and sweet, and crisp. So in the cone I don’t notice the gritty texture of the charcoal at all, as opposed to the ice cream where it was really really noticeable. Thank you guys so much for watching. I hope you guys enjoyed that one; I hope you guys learned something. Please share this video with your friends, and follow me on social media, and yeah, I shall see you my next video. Toodle-oo! Take care. Bye! I’ll run away with you. I’ll run away with you.

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