Introduction: How to Create Soft Served Ice Cream.
Don't you hate hard ice cream that you buy from the supermarket/store? This instructable will show you how to make it taste better by converting it into soft-served style ice cream.
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Step 1: Gather Materials
What you need for soft served ice cream (squeezed style):
1. Ice Cream (you decide on flavor)
3. Ziploc Bags ÃÂ® or equivalent
4. Spoon/Ice Cream Scooper (or hands at last resort)
5. Ice Cream Cones
Step 2: Scoop the Ice Cream Into the Ziploc Bag
Use your spoon and scoop the ice cream into the ziploc bag.
Step 3: Seal the Bag.
Seal the bag. Make sure to remove the air, or else it'll become hard to mash later.
Step 4: Mash!
Mash your ice cream in the bag to desired softness. (Either use your hands or some tool...)
Step 5: Create a Pastry Bag From the Ziploc Bag
To create a pastry bag from the ziploc bag, take your scissor and cut the corner out.
The pastry bag is to pipe the soft ice cream onto the cone.
Step 6: Pipe the Ice Cream
Squeeze the ice cream from the ziplock-pastry bag into the cone.
To make it seem as if it was from an ice cream machine, try to swirl the ice cream as it goes into the cone.
Step 7: Enjoy.
Enjoy your soft-er ice cream on a cone.
The alternative way to have bowled ice cream is to use use your spoon to mash it up in the bowl.