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Scoop School: How to Roll the PERFECT Waffle Cone

Posted by Destini Miller on

 Mr. C of Scoop School gives us the 411 on how to freshly prepare and roll the perfect waffle cone. They're simple, quick, and easy to make; plus they make your entire shop smell like a bakery! To start this fun process, you'll need a good batch of mix. In a large mixing bowl, pour in cold water first, and then gradually add your waffle mix until you get a consistent thick batter. It should resemble that of thick pancake mix.  Once your equipment is at the appropriate temperature (approx. 370℉), spoon a quarter cup onto the center of the...

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Scoop School: Flavored Waffle Cones

Posted by Destini Miller on

 Scoop School shares the details on how to flavor and color your original waffle cones. This visually appeasing sight can drive in business from all over. Not only do they smell sweet, they look great and taste AMAZING. Using only (1 oz) of waffle cone extract, you can turn your regular batter into a rainbow of options! Scoop School uses extract to make vibrant red velvet cones, sweet blueberry cones, tasty strawberry cones, and many more!  By offering multiple cone flavors you can give your customers a rare item in the ice cream universe. These cones pair well with original and specialty...

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Scoop School: Plugging Waffle Cone Holes

Posted by Destini Miller on

 Scoop School spills the beans on how to plug those wonky waffle cone holes.  More often than not you're going to experience breakthroughs in your waffle cones (literally). Mr. C has given us a few methods for combating this issue. Marshmallows make for a great plug because you can take one (or a couple), drop them on the bottom of the cone, and pour your ice cream on top. The soft mushiness of the marshmallow can absorb some of the ice cream and minimize leaks. You can do the same thing with a giant marshmallow, although this will limit the...

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