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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: Recycling Broken Waffle Cones

Posted by Destini Miller on

 Wait! Don't throw those broken waffle cones away! Scoop School shows us how to reuse our lovely waffle cones even if they've gotten a few beauty marks.  A common misconception is that a broken waffle cone is useless. And with good reason you might think this. How can you keep ice cream in a waffle cone full of holes? The ice cream will leak right out! Mr. C shows us how to recycle those broken cones into new flavors or customer treats.  One way to reuse your waffle cone is to break off large pieces and use them as ingredients...

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Scoop School: Storing Waffle Cones

Posted by Destini Miller on

 Scoop School gives us the rundown on how to store our waffle cones without sacrificing quality.  The more expensive option is the plastic display tables that can sit on the counter in front of your customers. This sight is visually appealing and helps advertise your waffle cones. Another helpful way is to wrap the individual cones in plastic and place them in a plastic container with a lid. As long as the cones are kept in an airtight container they'll remain fresh for about five days. It's important not to store warm waffle cones because they'll start to sweat together...

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