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Choco Waffle Taco

Choco Waffle Taco

A sweet ‘n easy waffle holds all the chocolate sundae fixin’s for a summer taco treat that can’t be beat.MORE+LESS-

Updated May 10, 2017

Make with

Betty Crocker Cookies


container (10.6 oz) Betty Crocker™ Bisquick™ Shake 'n Pour™ Pancake Mix


cup Betty Crocker™ sugar cookie mix


gallon chocolate ice cream


cup chocolate fudge sauce


container (8 oz) whipped topping


container Betty Crocker™ Decors rainbow mix candy sprinkles

12-24 Maraschino cherries

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  • 1

    Spoon the dry cookie mix into the Bisquick™ Shake ‘n Pour™ container. Add the water and shake until smooth.

  • 2

    Spray a round waffle iron with non-stick baking spray and preheat the iron. Pour a small amount of the waffle mix onto the hot waffle iron. Let the first waffle be a test, adding more water if needed to make the waffle mix smooth and thin enough to spread across the entire waffle iron.

  • 3

    Cook waffles according to waffle iron directions until golden brown. Remove and cool just enough to handle, then place a wooden stick (such as a wooden spoon handle) in the center of each waffle and gently fold the waffle over it to form a taco-style shell. Allow to cool completely in this shape.

  • 4

    Fill each cooled waffle shell with small scoops of chocolate ice cream, drizzle with fudge sauce, and top with whipping cream and sprinkles. Add cherries, if desired. Serve immediately.

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  • Looking for a shortcut? Use premade frozen waffles, instead to get the same fun snacking experience!

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More About This Recipe

  • Let your waffle iron make this sweet chocolate ice cream treat!The Choco Taco, a longtime fave treat, is the inspiration for this scrumptious homemade version! Your summer is about to get deeeelicious.Waffle Mix + Sugar Cookie Mix = Taco YumYum. This recipe is seriously so easy. Sweeten Bisquick Shake-and-Pour with a bit of sugar cookie mix. Shake. Prepare to pour. Sugar-cookie flavored waffles. Yah.Next: Waffle iron needed.Now here’s a little secret from my kitchen to yours: Before this recipe, I had no waffle iron. A quick run down to my local thrift shop and I came home with one of those classic round-shaped waffle irony things for just $2.99. Bazinga.Once you have enough waffles for a party, you can plop scoops of chocolate ice cream into the center of each waffle shell.Top with whipped cream, chocolate sauce, cherries, and sprinkles, and it’s PARTY time!

Watch the video: Ice Cream Scooped Into A Waffle Taco