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Can anyone tell me whether there is such a thing as a gluten free Ice-cream CONE that I could purchase for my four year old son? He's never had one, in his memory. If there is such a thing as a gluten-free cone, could you please tell me what brand, and how I could get some?

If there are no gluten-free cones, what about a specially shaped plastic cone that he could hold in his hand and lick the ice-cream, just like from the edible cones.? I wish I could concoct one for him. He always uses a spoon for ice cream.

Not a big deal in the large scope of things, I know. But, that's just one more thing I'd like for him to be able to do, to feel like one of the gang.

WHat do you know, folks?

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I have gluten free icecream cones for my daughter, I got them from the Gluten Free Pantry. The # is 1-800-291-8386 or www.gluten free.com. It is called the cerrone cone. If they dont have it anymore you can go to cerrone-cone.com.... Kelly

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Barkat is another brand that is gluten-free. They are gluten free, wheat free, nut free and GM free (not sure what GM is). These are like a cake type cone (not waffle) I do not know where you can get them, they were given to me. They taste pretty good :D

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Kinnikinnick

I believe these guys might also have an ice cream cone, among other really good treats. You should check them out, as I think they have the best prices for shipping of all the gluten-free places I've tried.

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When I was a kid, we had plastic cones.. not sure how I could explain them. It was shaped like an ice-cream cone with icecream on it, kinda. But it was made up of two pices, the top piece, which was the icecream looking part, you put icecream in, and then you screwed it onto the top of the cone part. The top piece had lots of little holes in top, so when you screwed it tighter onto the cone, icecream came out them. If any of that made sense, great job!

Though, considering I was maybe around 10 at the time, I don't know brand name or if they are still made. Do remember they were orange though, is that helps? LOL

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