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Zeroll 1020 Original Ice Cream Scoop, 2 Ounce
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- Designed for right or left hand use
- 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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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!)