"If you're a fan of toast, PB&J, and structurally stable treats, this has your name all over it."
Behold the PBJ-Cream Cone, the genius creation by Steve of Grathio Labs. It's a toasted bread cone lined with peanut butter and topped with a scoop of strawberry ice cream. You're already thinking, why didn't I think of this before?! Don't worry, you know now and you'll make one as soon as humanly possibly.
All you need is an oven, white bread (it shouldn't break when forming the cone, nor be too air pocket-y, or you'll run into ice cream spillage), peanut butter (creamy or crunchy is fine) and strawberry ice cream. The biggest challenge is cone-forming. Steve recommends rolling a piece of paper into a cone shape and securing it with paper clips, then using this as a mold for your bread and baking the cones off at 250°F for about 15 minutes.
Then comes the magical interior peanut butter layer ("be sure you get in the bottom and fill any holes") and the strawberry ice cream scoopage on top. If you're a fan of toast, PB&J, and structurally stable treats, this has your name all over it.
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