Cuisipro Scoop and Stack Ice Cream Scoop, Pink
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- Creates fun-shaped ice cream cylinders
- Ergonomic scooper cuts through the hardest ice cream with a simple twist- and- lift action
- Don't wait for ice cream to soften anymore- just push scoop into firm ice cream, lift, push button release
- Make beautiful plated desert presentations, perfect for cones or bowls too
- Easy clean up
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Today's home chef demands tools that deliver consistent, superior performance with every use. Cuisipro tools have been designed to perform each specific task with precision and ease while always meeting the highest standard for quality, comfort, and convenience. Cuisipro's ice cream scoop and stack creates cylindrical blocks of ice cream that can be decorated or stacked for a colorful and creative presentation.
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I love pink new lovely kitchen gadgets. Well they don't have to be pink but it makes it nicer. Me and the girls have had a lot of fun using this Scoop and Stack ice cream scooper. Sometimes its just nice to display and dig in to ice cream a little visually different.
I see other people have had troubles but I have used in on ice cream, cake, and brownies. I love cutting layers and then stacking them. One of our favorites was Ice cream, brownies, and chocolate sauce. Yes you can do it without this dandy tool. It just is more unique, different than the usual, and just fun to do it together with the girls.
My trick with the ice cream is.... I buy ice cream that can be cut into layers. Usually a ice cream that comes in a square or rectangle container. I cut a layer a bout 1" to 1 1/2' thick. Lay it out on a plate or wax paper. Then like a cookie cutter, you plunge it down to the bottom of the ice cream layer and there you go. Push it out and you have nice round, cylinder layer waiting for the brownie on top and don't forget the syrup too.
I know it is more steps but it is fun and looks really neat.
I do wish it was a little less but its pink and its fun.
Back to round scoops until I convince a Rite Aid employee to accidentally drop a real cylindrical scoop in my bag.
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