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Depends on the size of the scoop.
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130, but it depends on the ice cream.
This answer has a lot of variables to consider. It depends on the size of scoop you use. You will find that the commercial ice cream stores use different sizes of scoops. …For example Cold Stone Creamery uses a 6.8 oz. scoop and Stewart's ice cream uses a 3.9 ounce scoop. Then there is Tollgate ice cream that uses a 5.4 ounce scoop and Ben and Jerry's uses a 5.2 ounce scoop. You then need to convert ounces into liters. So the cold Stone Creamery scoop is .2011 liters. So five scoops would equal 1.0055 liters of ice cream. Since you are looking for the number of scoops in eleven liters of ice cream the 1.0055 needs to be times by fifty-five (Since there are approximately five scoops in on liter you need to take five and times it by eleven which gives you fifty-five) . And you would end up with 55.3025 scoops of ice cream in a eleven liter ice cream pale. This formal would need to be used for individual scoop size.
One scoop of ice cream equals roughly 1/2 cup. Using a standard size scoop, one quart of ice cream will yield eight scoops.
there are probaly about 600 or more calories
It is 4 ounces or a half a cup.
It depends on the brand, some have more than others. Also what kind of ice cream can change the amount
There are approximately 4 ounces in one scoop of ice cream, but you could melt in a measuring cup for exact number.
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Much more than you'd think. A scoop is a small amount to fill a house and by the time you had more than a few inches deep, the ice cream would be melting and running out the d…oors. Movies use mashed potatoes for ice cream so that it won't melt under the lights. Why not try that.