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Depending on the brand of ice cream. The higher priced have more cream which causes softness.

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What setting do I use to make the freezer freeze food


When you are freezing something, set your freezer on its highest setting. However, if you are going to leave your freezer empty for a long time, you should change the setting to a lower one. Here's a great tip for ice cream: place a tub of ice cream in a ziplock bag before putting it in the freezer; it prevents freezer burn. You know when your ice cream gets so cold, it's hard to scoop out? Doing this stops that, it's keeps the ice cream just soft enough for easy scooping!

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Where and for how much can i buy an ice cream scoop?


Usually all kitchen stores sell scoops. The average price is between 8$ and 20$, depending on quality, brand and size. But if you want a specific kind, size or brand you can also easily find them online on Amazon or eBay or many online cook stores.
Here is one that lists the 5 top scoops:
http://www.thekitchn.com/the-5-best-ice-cream-scoops-171487

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How do you play Fisher-Price Ice Cream Scoops of Fun game?


Found in a review of the game on Epinions:

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There are 2 different versions of the game, and it depends on your childs ability on which version you'd want him to play.

One version of the game is each player picks an ice cream sundae bowl (the purple, blue, green or orange bowls), and the 16 plain bowls with ice cream scoops already on them are then dealt out to each player. So if you have 2 players, each player would get 8 of the bowls, if you have 4 players, each player would then only get 4 of the bowls. The player then takes these cards and places them face up in front of him. The 16 cards with just the lone ice cream scoops are put into the tub face down.

One player goes first and scoops the ice cream scoop to see what color it will land on. He then picks out a ice cream scoop card from inside the tub and the object is to see if it matches one of your already made ice cream bowls. If it does, that player yells "Ice Cream" and takes the card and puts it in their bowl. The game ends when there are no more ice cream cards in the tub and the player with the most ice cream cards wins the game.

The other version of the game is almost like the above version except the 16 cards of scoops already in the bowls are dealt face up in front of everyone. When the player takes an ice cream scoop from inside the tub, the first player to see the match of that card yells "Ice Cream" and gets to take the card and put it in his bowl. This version is more advanced since you have to look at 16 cards to find the match instead of just looking at your own cards you were dealt in the beginning of the game."

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We are opening a fast food shop in Florida and need to know how many cones can you get out of one gallon of hard ice cream and one mix of soft serve ice cream. Do hot dogs sell better than hamburgers and...


Hi. A typical soda fountain-style ice cream scoop--a #8 food portioning scoop--holds 1/2 cup of ice cream. One gallon is equal to 16 cups, so there are 32 scoops of ice cream in a one-gallon container. Each scoop should weigh 4 ounces. A strong handed scooper can put an ice cream shop into bankruptcy so ALWAYS weigh each and every scoop.

With soft serve, one gallon of mix makes 36 - 4 ounce cones. Once again weighting the cones is key.

The hot dog vs hamburg ? depends totally on the sizes, the toppings and the type of roll used. Experiment there but start out with hot dogs to keep it simple. Regarding chips and fries, once again chips are simple with little waste, cold fries often go in the trash. Good luck. J.


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Lost the instructions manual to the Breville Scoop Factory. How do you make ice cream with it?


Breville Customer Service Centre
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Botany NSW 2019
Ph 1300 139 798
Fax 02-9384-9601
e-mail: askus@breville.com.au

www.breville.com.au and go to the customer care page. Have the model number of your Ice Cream maker ready.

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Freezer not freezing ice cream and milk


Icecream is a tough call. Some brands have to many artaficial ingredients and that doesnt get solid. What temps are you getting in the freezer? Is everything else frozen solid?

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