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Tropical-Fruit Cones

Recipe photo courtesy of Marcus Nilsson

No churning required for these better-for-you "ice cream" cones! Freeze pureed ripe mangoes, bananas, or kiwi, then serve the sorbet-like treat on sugar cones dipped in chocolate and embellished with candy or nuts.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 2018
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You can dip the sugar cones in melted milk or dark chocolate instead of white, if desired.

Cook's Notes

Our test kitchen's pick for natural sprinkles: Ticings ($10 for 4 oz., ticings.com).

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