How many scoops of ice cream are in one gallon?
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If you are using a 1/2 cup-sized scoop there will be 32 in one gallon.
If you can get three scoops of ice cream from a pint container how many one-scoop cones can you make from a quart?
One scoop of ice cream equals roughly 1/2 cup. Using a standardsize scoop, one quart of ice cream will yield eight scoops.
It is 4 ounces or a half a cup.
Mrs Sedlowski knows she can get three scoops of ice cream from a pint container how many one-scoop ice cream cones can she make from a quart is a gallon enough to make 30 one-scoop ice cream cone?
6 one scoop cones and No
You get 37 scoops out of a gallon of ice cream.
Depends on the size of the scoop.
There are 128 fl ounces in a gallon, so you would divide 128 by two, because its a half gallon, then divide that number by two again because you are counting two ounce scoops …as one. So, there are 32 two ounce scoops in a half gallon.
It depends on the brand, some have more than others. Also what kind of ice cream can change the amount
There are 128 ounces in a gallon. 128 / 3 = 42.6666667 3 ounce scoops per gallon of ice cream.
It actually depends on the scoop size being used Im afraid
about maximum 2!