Purchased these a few years back and used quite a few times. People are always amazed when I serve up cream horns that I have made from scratch.
Published 28 02 2014
making these make shur you put the pastry on thightly .Put some jam in the bottom and put in whipped cream.
Published 20 05 2013
by Mrs king
This is answer to the lady who was looking for refined sugar....if you put granulated sugar in a food processor and whiz for a couple seconds, you get very fine sugar....
Published 05 03 2013
I made these for the first time today, I was quite nervous as they are a lot smaller than I thought they would be. I can't believe how easy they are to use. I would say, make sure to grease the moulds well, this makes it so much easier later on when you come to take them off. I only had a problem removing one of them & all I done was gave a little twist of the mould and it came straight off. One thing I would mention is before you put them in the oven make sure you close the end tip otherwise your filling will drip out. They are small & dainty, ideal for kids & fancy afternoon tea.
Published 06 08 2012
THESE ARE DARLING”
by MONICA SHOCKEY
I ordered these and made scones (which I have never made before). They turned out lovely. I ordered another set and took them to my friend in the United States and she absolutely loves them also. I drizzled chocolate syrup on them, and stuffed with homemade strawberry puree.
Published 09 07 2012
by Miss Liz Mistygacz
These are a really good idea, the only problem I found was they kept unravelling when I was trying to get the cooked pastry off of the cones, even thought they were greased well and put on as described but this has not put me off using them again!
Published 28 07 2011
Better than shop Bought!”
by Lacey Laird
These made lovely Cream Horns which were much better than any shop bought ones I've had. Had more trouble trying to find the refined sugar to sprinkle on top! I must say be careful not to wrap the pastry strips too far over the edge of the cone as you will struggle to pull the cone out after baking!!
Published 15 02 2011
by Mrs murphy
This is a fantastic product. Excellent and easy to use. I would like to know can these cones be used to make chocolate cones by just melting chocolate around them or inside the cones and then leaving to dry ? I must say i will be recommending these to all my friends a must have !!!!
Published 20 01 2011
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. When using chocolate on the outside, we'd recommend placing them on a cooling rack with paper underneath to catch any excess chocolate.
If you have never made cream horns, start now. These dear little cones are for wrapping ribbons of puff pastry round which you then bake into adorable crisp cones and fill with saturated fat and refined sugar. These durable smooth cones are even better than the ones my mother had, and make bit size cones ready for the cream and jam. Lovely...
Published 03 09 2010