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3/26/13 5:34 P

That's perfect, I just needed a ballpark... so a good guesstimate would be 1/2cup a scoop for most places...
Thanks so much!

BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,381
3/26/13 5:25 P

Wow good question!

Baskin Robbins has their nutrition information online, divided into "small 2.5 ounce scoop" and "large 4 ounce scoop" - I imagine the small-scoop is the "kiddie size" and the typical scoop would be 4 ounces (1/2 cup). But I'm sure this varies by location!

www.baskinrobbins.com/content/baskinrobbin
s/en/nutritioncatalog.html


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3/26/13 5:17 P

is there some generalized measurement I should use when putting down ice cream from a parlor (haagen daz, 31flavors, etc)? 1/2 cup? 1/3?
Thanks!

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