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Scoop School: Making Waffle BOWLS

Posted by Destini Miller on

In this segment of Scoop School, Mr. C gives us the rundown on how to make our own waffle bowls for ice cream.
You'll want to start with about a quarter-cup of batter and pour it directly in the center of your waffle maker.
After a couple seconds scrape the batter from the waffle-iron and onto the base of your waffle cone molder.
Using the accessory tool or handle, gently press the center of the waffle until a nice bowl shape is formed.
Once you press on the center of the cone you stretch the bowl out a bit and run the risk of leakage and spills. A problem you wouldn't normally run into with a waffle cone
This is the reason a small plastic cup should be placed under the waffle bowl to eliminate the possibility of spills. 
When serving waffle bowls its important to consider the cost of making the bowl, the time it'll take to make it, and the cost of plastic cups to put them inside.
Overall, waffle bowls/cones are a great addition to your ice cream menu because it'll fill your shop with the sweet aroma of waffle, as well as providing your customers with an edible container for their ice cream.
Special thanks to Scoop School for the lesson provided.
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