Cream Horns

This is the most easiest dessert you  can make.  My mom used to make it and now I make them for my family to. 

I don't even know if I should show you, becuase I am sure other people make these the "correct" way with making your own cream and dough. But I take the easy way out (atleast in this recipe) And they still turn out delicious!


Only 3 ingredients: puff pastry, cool whip and powdered sugar.

So here it is:

You need cream horn molds. (I bought mine at Bed bath and Beyond, but I could not find them online) They were around $3.99 for 6.

Spray your molds with oil:


Using a pizza cutter, slice one inch strips of puff pastry:

Wrap onto the molds, starting at the point and going up.
Lay out on a cookie sheet about a inch apart:

Bake at 350 for 20-30 min. 

Check them after 20 min to see it they are done. hey should be slightly golden. 

Cool on wire rack:

Fill cream horns with cool whip. I use a small baby spoon to stuff the cool whip all the way in. 

Sprinkle with powdered sugar:

I told you it was easy. 


Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a fabulous day.


  1. That sounds easy AND delicious - total win! Yum! Thanks for linking up to Monday Funday!

    Kelly @ view along the way

  2. Hi Rita. These look great! Simple works for me!!!
    Thanks for linking this up with the TALU!

  3. You're full of amazing ideas! I love the idea of using puff pastry ... I'm sure they're delicious!

  4. Oh my goodness, I love these! My husband used to buy me these when we were dating!

  5. These look amazing and really 'do-able'. Thank you for sharing! I am going to have to purchase the cream horn metal things in time to make them for Easter.

  6. These look so delicious! I cannot wait to give them a try.

  7. Oh no, those look so good and they're just too easy!! Yum!!

  8. These look soo good! I could certainly go for one right now...cream horn for breakfast is good, right?!

    I'm featuring you today at Think Tank Thursday. Thanks for linking up.