Three Ways to Use: Ice Cream Cones

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Food stylist: Brett Kurzweil Prop stylist: Meghan Guthrie

Photo by: Lisa Shin ©Lisa Shin Photography, Inc.

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Every month, Food Network Magazine puts three chefs from Food Network Kitchens to the test: create three new recipes made with common supermarket products like pretzels and frozen curly fries.

Have leftover or cracked ice cream cones? This month, Ashley Archer, Jay Brooks and Bob Hoebee are tackling and transforming the cone-shaped pastry into pies, crumbles and more. All of the recipes below use sugar cones, which are crunchy and have a sweet brown sugar flavor.

Recipe: Banana Cream Pie (pictured above)

Ashley says: "This crust is a great use for cracked or broken ice cream cones!"

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Food stylist: Brett Kurzweil Prop stylist: Meghan Guthrie

Photo by: Lisa Shin ©Lisa Shin Photography, Inc.

Lisa Shin , Lisa Shin Photography, Inc.

Jay says, "Sugar cones add the perfect sweetness and crunch to this brown betty topping."

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Food stylist: Brett Kurzweil Prop stylist: Meghan Guthrie

Photo by: Lisa Shin ©Lisa Shin Photography, Inc.

Lisa Shin , Lisa Shin Photography, Inc.

Recipe: Cone-oli

Bob says, "Cannoli shells can be hard to find, but ice cream cones are such a cute replacement."

Which one will you try first? Vote in our poll or tell us your great ice cream cone ideas in the comments.

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