How Many Scoops of Ice Cream in a Gallon?


The number of scoops of ice cream in a gallon would depend on the size of the scoop. On average, there are around 96 scoops per gallon of ice cream.
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Depending on the size of their size, you should be able to get about 37 scoops of ice cream from a gallon container. That is enough for 37 cones (16 if you are a double scooper), 12 banana splits, or 16 root beer floats.
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