Yummy soft bread cones that you can enjoy with any filling you like, but what does making bread cones have to do with roasting carrots?
Using carrots as the bread cone mould has the advantage of having two dishes baked at once (brilliant, right?) and regardless of your bread cone filling, roasted carrots make a nice side dish!
Alternatively you could use cream horn moulds or make cones out of paper and aluminium foil.
For our Sugar Free Sunday, this recipe is free from refined sugars and has a spoonful of granulated stevia which can be substituted with same amount of sugar or honey.
The dough is easy to make and you do not need a mixer to knead it, it’s soft to work with by hand and once mixed well only needs about 5 minutes kneading.
After years of home baking Marianne has studied pastry chef profession and worked in the field in Israel for 3 years. She is currently a stay-at-home mom eager to start teaching kitchen skills to an over enthusiastic toddler.