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Scoop School: How to Make Chocolate From A White Base 🍫

Posted by Destini Miller on

Scoop School shares their famous recipe on how to make triple dark chocolate ice cream. 
Ingredients:
(1) bag of Premium Ice Cream mix (e.x Custard, Gelato, high-fat ice cream)
2 oz chocolate fudge extract
2 cups rich chocolate paste
2 cups chocolate powder
1 oz vanilla extract
Recipe:
Pour 2 gal. of Premium Ice Cream mix into a large mixing bowl. Leave some mix aside in a separate bowl. 
Combine chocolate extract and chocolate paste into large mixing bowl with ice cream mix. Blend mixture well and thoroughly.
In the separate bowl of mix, combine chocolate powder and 
stir well.
Combine the two mixtures and whisk well.
Add vanilla extract into mixing bowl and blend thoroughly.
*Let this mix run through your batch freezer and use the spatula test to determine it's worth*
Note: A worthy mix won't drip from your spatula. 
Once you've extracted product from your batch freezer, store in a pre-chilled container and send it through the blast freezer.
Your product is ready to enjoy. Get creative with your final product by adding variegates and ribbons.

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🍦Special thanks to Scoop School for the information provided.🍦 

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