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Zeroll 1020 Original Ice Cream Scoop USA Favorite Since 1935 Liquid Filled Heat Conductive Handle One Piece Design Easy Release Made in USA Right Or Left-handed 40 Scoops Per Gallon, 2-ounce, Silver
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- Highly Rated: More than 80% 4 star and 5 star reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "zeroll original ice cream scoop"
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- Do not place in dishwasher or expose to temperatures over 140 degrees Fahrenheit
- Heat conductive fluid inside handle
- No springs to replace, one-piece design
- Color coded gold end cap - 2 ounce portion
- Made in the USA - since 1935
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This original Zeroll high-lustre aluminum scoop won't tire the wrists. Comfortable in the right or left hand. Rolls ice cream smoothly into a ball and releases instantly into cone or dish. Not dishwasher safe.
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Recently, I've taken up eating a lot more ice cream once I learned there was a low-sugar variety. Most of it tastes fine too. But after the spring in our last scoop stuck, getting the dessert out became difficult. Not to mention using the basicest of basic scoops, one that held fast to my ice cream like double-stick flypaper.
Since I don't care to actually go out to the store and talk to people, I checked here first. An ice cream scoop nearly $15? What, is it made of platinum or something? Then I realized the truth: THIS IS WHAT THE ICE CREAM SHOPS USE. The ones where they get it out effortlessly. All this time, I thought they had a magic freezer or better ice cream; how else could they extract it with such a simple scoop?
It's deceptive. The handle is full of freon or something that heats up when you touch it, making the scooper hot and it goes through the ice cream pretty easy. Not like a lightsaber to Darth Maul, more like, James Norrington where it still sticks in for a bit, but still pretty easy. Better than bending an aluminum spoon that wouldn't give you more than a bite anyway.
If you like ice cream, buy this. If you don't, buy it to make people think you're Criss Angel.
With that in mind, I was looking for a good scoop that wouldn't need to be warmed under water and that would make a nice-shaped scoop. I also didn't want the scoop to be too large; smaller scoops of ice cream hold their shape nicely for longer, and I wanted to be able to serve multiple rounds of small scoops for ice cream sample parties when I'm making a bunch of funky flavors when I'm entertaining.
With those goals in mind, I spent a while looking around online at scoops before I settled on this one, which has strong recommendations from Jeni Britton Bauer, an ice cream maker who wrote Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home, my go-to source on homemade ice cream techniques. I'm quite pleased I did!
It feels of a high quality in your hand and does very nice scoops. I prefer it to the larger scoop I grew up with, as I can serve a few scoops of a handful of flavors and, if someone doesn't like something, there's not much going to waste. I just pick up the scoop, tilt it back and forth in my hand for a moment to circulate the warmth from my hand to the end of the scoop with the warming agent in the handle, and I'm ready to serve! I've attached a few pictures of my first time using it, for reference; I'd say it's pretty easy to get nice little scoops with this. :)
(The white tub I store my ice cream in to freeze is a Tovolo Glide-A-Scoop Ice Cream Tub, White - 2.5 Quart - a must-have for home ice cream makers who don't use an ice cream machine or who like to add in more mix-ins than your ice cream maker's bowl can handle!)