The History of Ice Cream Cone

An ice cream cone, making by Ice cream cone baking machine, is a dry, cone-shaped pastry, usually made of a wafer similar in texture to a waffle, which enables ice cream to be held in the hand and eaten without a bowl or spoon.

There are various types of ice cream cones include wafer (or cake) cones, waffle cones, and sugar cones.

There is much controversy over who invented the first ice cream cone. Before the invention of the cone, ice cream was either licked out of a small glass (a penny lick, penny cone, penny sucker, or licking glasses) or taken away wrapped in paper which was called a “hokey pokey.” The customer would lick the ice cream off the dish and return the dish to the vender, who washed it and filled it for the next customer. As you can guess, sanitation was a problem. An even bigger problem was that the ice cream vender couldn’t wash the dishes fast enough to keep up with demand on a hot day. Both paper and metal cones were used in France, England, and Germany before the Nineteenth century. Travelers to Düsseldorf, Germany reported eating ice cream out of edible cones in the late eighteen hundred.

Now we use Ice cream cone baking machine(ice cream cone making machine) to make ice cream cones. It is efficient oven for the large scale production of all kinds of ice cream cones, moulded sugar cones, cups and hollow wafers.

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