How many scoops of ice cream can you get out of a gallon?
You get 37 scoops out of a gallon of ice cream.
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If you are using a 1/2 cup-sized scoop there will be 32 in one gallon.
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
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.
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
it varys but.................
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.
about maximum 2!