Presentation on theme: "How to make Ice Cream in a cup Root Beer Float Ice Cream Shake 4-H Food Stand 1 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand Prep - Ice Cream."— Presentation transcript:
How to make Ice Cream in a cup Root Beer Float Ice Cream Shake 4-H Food Stand 1 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand Prep - Ice Cream
ICE CREAM IN A CUP Ice Cream Scoops are to be left in the container of ice cream between uses in the freezer. Each flavor needs there own scoop. Take a Sundae cup (clear plastic bowl). – Fill bowl to heaping – Can make extra ahead and put in freezer. 2 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand Prep - Ice Cream
ROOT BEER FLOAT Take a 20 ounce foam cup Put in 2-3 scoops of ice cream into the foam cup. Do not pack the ice cream into the cup Ice cream cups can be made up ahead of time Do not pour root beer into cup! The order taker hands them a cup of ice cream and the whole bottle/can of root beer. Long handled spoons and straws are on the condiment table. 3 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand Prep - Ice Cream
Malt/Shake Machines: 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand - Set up4. You must be 16 years of age to run the shake machines. Tight fitting latex gloves must be worn when using the machines. Do not stick anything in the malt cup when blade is running.
ICE CREAM SHAKE Put in 12 ounces (about 3 scoops) of ice cream into the metal cup. Do not pack the ice cream. The shake machine will not mix. Blend until smooth, do not use any utensils in the cup while the machine is running. 5 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand Prep - Ice Cream Add about a 1/2 cup of milk depending how soft the ice cream is. Add more milk if ice cream doesn’t mix well.
Do NOT allow scoops to sit in water. This is a food hazard as bacteria can quickly grow. Many people say that they have seen ice cream shops do this but it should only be done when the scoops can be in running water. Our stand does not have these capabilities. 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand - Set up6
Tips on making a Shake: 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand - Set up7 Avoid hitting the edges of cup on the blade. To engage blade cup needs to rest under lip on the button. If ice cream seems not to be mixing add more milk or spin cup to un-lodge ice cream chunks.
Take a 20 ounce foam cup. Scrape the metal cup and put the shake into a 20 ounce foam cup. Fill cup up to an inch from the top. Clean/wipe off the outside of the foam cup. Serve, The order taker will give them the long handled spoons and straws are on the condiment table. Thank you for watching the Power point by Eileen Rueden 8 2014 BC WI 4-H Food Stand Prep - Ice Cream