You Need to Try The Puffle Ice Cream in Santa Ana

I was scrolling through Buzzfeed last night, as I do on a regular (almost religious) basis, and discovered the latest food trend happening on Instagram is something I’ve ACTUALLY TRIED.

I am so trendy.

Just kidding.

But in all seriousness, I was excited to learn that I’ve had the opportunity to taste the delicious goodness of The Puffle, liquid nitrogen-based ice cream placed into an egg waffle and rolled up into a beautiful and gram-worthy cone.

Don’t believe me? Here’s a picture.

The magnificent Puffle from Cauldron Ice Cream.

You can get one of these bad boys from Cauldron Ice Cream in Santa Ana, CA, an organic and homemade ice cream shop that boasts unique flavors such as Earl Grey Lavender, Vietnamese Coffee, and Cookie Butter.

I ordered the Cookie Butter flavor, and it did not disappoint. In fact, it was big enough that I didn’t finish it (a sin, I know), and it kept me feeling full on my five-hour plane ride back to the East Coast that night.

Here’s an above shot of it too in case you’re curious. My friend and I used spoons and shared it. So filling.

If you’re on the East Coast and are relatively close to New York City, you can get an egg waffle cone from Eggloo in Chinatown, the dessert shop that was mentioned in the Buzzfeed article.

So if you’re like me and have tried the amazing creation and are also like me in the fact that you want to make one of your own at home, I have good news. You can buy an egg waffle maker on Amazon for a hefty price of $45. But, you can’t put a price on something you love, right?

Hop on the trend train and try this eye-catching and scrumptious dessert. Just do it.

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