The end product was tasty, but the recipe could use a couple tweaks to get the crispiness everyone expects in a waffle-cone. First of all, the recipe says it makes 8 cones, but it's actually closer to 5 cones based on the 1/4th cup of batter per cone. You need to scale the recipe up if you want 8. Next the recipe calls for cooking over medium heat. This browns the waffles too quickly and you'll end up with soft and pliable cones. If you want it firm up properly then you'll need to drop the temperature down a little. Everyone's stove is different, but based on the reviews it seems like those that had success used a medium-low temperature. In my case, I set the temperature knob to 5 o'clock (assuming 6 o'clock is medium). And my last suggestion is to make sure your work area is ready to go. You want to be able to quickly form the cone as soon as it is off the griddle, otherwise the edges will start cracking on you.
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The end product was tasty, but the recipe could use a couple tweaks to get the crispiness...