How are Crispycones different than ice cream cones?
Crispcyones are baked savory dough products that can be filled with all kinds of food. The dough is soft on the inside and crispy on the outside and our cones are best when eaten hot. Crispycones are seamless and drip free and they don’t crumble or crack when you bite into them. Ice cream cones are sweet, dry, crunchy and break when you bite them.
How are Crispycones prepared?
Crispycones are shipped “lightly baked” and are easy to fill on site for “MTO” operations or can be pre-filled and stored frozen or fresh prior to service. They can be heated in conventional, combo, convection or microwave ovens quickly and easily just before serving (or kept warm in a warming cabinet) for delicious, easy and highly portable hot food to go.
What is the dough made from?
The dough is made from the finest all natural ingredients available using our top secret recipes. What makes Crispycones even more unique is that the dough is baked using our patent-pending baking process which results in a drip-free cone every time.
Do the cones ever get soggy?
No, unlike Pizza, Crispycones are baked inside and out before the fillings ever go in, creating a crust barrier that helps withstand moisture seepage. Baking times vary with each filling to control the crispness. For example, a “pizza cone” is baked to achieve more of a crust, whereas a “deli cone” is a bit softer, creating an experience similar to a panini.
Does the cone ever get too hot to hold?
No, the exterior does not get hotter than a freshly baked pizza crust and just like pizza, it’s ideal to have a short dwell time when it comes out of the oven before handing it to the customer. A heat proof sleeve can be provided for added safety. A big advantage for Crispycones over Pizza or hot sandwiches is that the ingredients inside the cone stays warm much longer since there’s so little filling exposed to the air.
Where can I get Crispycones?
Crispycones will be launching soon in quick service restaurants and convenience stores and soon after in the frozen food aisle of your grocery store. Check back regularly for updates.