Pizzacraft Grilled Pizza Cone Set (6-Piece) - PC0304
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- Non-stick for easy clean-up
- Easy to follow instructions included
- Makes 2 pizza cones at a time
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|Item Dimensions||8 x 9 x 3.35 inches|
|Material Type||Wood/Stainless Steel|
|Shipping Weight||1.15 pounds|
From the Manufacturer
Pizza In a Cone
Pizza Cones are a fun way to make personalized pizza with your friends and family.
How to use
For use in oven or grill. Roll out pizza cone dough to 1/8" thickness and large enough surface area for the dough cutter to fit twice. After cutting the dough into shape, remove excess dough. Moisten the edges of the dough with water or egg wash and fold the dough over in half so the edges meet. Press down on the seam with your fingers and then run the crimper along the edge to thoroughly seal the seam. Let the cones rest on the cutting board for 10-15 minutes; re-roll remaining dough to form additional pizza cones following the process described above.
Preheat oven or grill to 400 F. Rub oil onto the pizza cone mould to prevent sticking. After dough has rested, carefully slip the dough onto the pizza cone mould. Bake for 6-7 minutes or until cone begins to brown. Remove from oven; let cool for 2 minutes and remove from mould. Rub oil onto pizza cone stand to prevent sticking. Place cone into the pizza cone stand, fill with your favorite pizza ingredients, return to the oven and bake until golden bubbly. Let baked pizza cones rest for a few minute before consuming.
Pizza cone moulds and stands will become hot. Wear a heat resistant glove when handling.
Wash with a mild dishwashing soap, rinse, and dry immediately. Tools and accessories with wood or rubber components should never be placed in a dishwasher. Do not use metallic scrubbers. Periodically apply a small amount of mineral oil or other food safe oil to wood components.
- WHAT'S IN THE BOX
- 2 non-stick pizza cones
- 2 non-stick pizza cone stands
- 1 non-stick pizza cone dough cutter
- 1 stainless steel dough crimper
Use dough cutter to cut dough to the right size
Takes the guesswork out of dough cutting.
Use dough crimper to create a seam
The seam will make it easier for the edges of the cone to stick to each other.
Wrap dough around pizza cone moulds
Then place both cone and mould in oven for 6-7 minutes.
Place cone in stand
Add your personalized toppings, and place the cone and stand in oven until golden bubbly!
Top Customer Reviews
Also, the silly "slicer" that comes with it is cheap and the metal actually flaked off on the dough as it rolled. I would never use the slicer again.
Please vote for my review if you found it helpful. I like to write reviews and your feedback let's me know how I'm doing.
- There are only two cones. The recipe included makes about 3-4. You have to make them in batches at two at a time.
- Some people say that the dough sticks to the cones. I've avoided that by very lightly coating the cones in oil.
- Many times, the dough breaks apart at the seam while baking the dough on the cone. Advice: seal the dough again really well before putting it on the cone to go into the oven. It will likely bust open at the seam if it isn't sealed properly. But if it does break open, put the cones in a baking dish and stuff them like tacos instead.
- Cleaning the product is easy.
- One cone is the perfect serving size.
- The dough uses instant yeast so there is only one rest time.
Use the recipe included for the dough instead of store bought for best use
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Followed the directions exactly as they are and couldn't get the dough off of the cones after baking it. Got one off but not without it creating holes in the sides. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
my food technology students have loved experimenting with the pizza conesPublished 25 days ago by Beth McCrystal
Bad quality manufacturing... The spirals snapped after first use right where they are welded. Couldn't even get one meal done before the became useless. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nasser
The cone molds work just fine, though they are nothing special. The crimping tool is useless. The nut holding the wheel to the handle came off immediately. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Low
Crust stuck to the dough forms. Really hard to make without holes. Cheese dripped outPublished 6 months ago by Mary Sonsino