Last week we were all hit with some pretty gut-wrenching news.
How To Make a DIY Choco Taco
The Choco Taco is gone. Kaput. RIP Choco Taco.
This beloved ice cream treat has always had a special place in my heart. We had a connection. After all, it was invented just one town over from me in South Jersey.
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The Choco Taco concept is brilliant. Ice cream, fudge, chocolate shell, and peanuts sandwiched into a waffle cone taco shell.
You get all the components of a Drumstick in a single bite.
So it only felt right to pay homage and figure out how to (easily) make one myself.
All you need is 4 ingredients:
- Store-bought chocolate pizzelle cookies
- Fudge ripple ice cream
- Chopped peanuts
- Melted chocolate
Let’s break down how to do it.
- Microwave your pizzelles, one at a time, for 45 seconds until pliable. Let them cool in a taco holder (or just hold them with your hands for 30 seconds until they set).
- Fill your shells with ice cream. I found a piping bag to be easiest here.
- Roll your tacos in chopped peanuts.
- Dip the top of your taco in melted chocolate. Freeze until set.