FAQs

Will my home cooler and ice work to store the ice cream if I pick it up?

Ice will not keep ice cream frozen!!! Ice can even cause ice cream to melt faster. Bring an insulated cooler with dry ice for the best option.  If you are going shorter distances, a cooler will work just fine.  We do sell small or large insulated bags for tubs and frozen treats, which will give you a little more time to transport your goodies to your destination.

When do I need dry ice?

When you are transporting or serving your ice cream for long periods of time. We do not sell dry ice, but you are free to purchase dry ice at your local dry ice vendor and bring dry ice to transport your ice cream to its destination.   *Note dry ice can be dangerous in two very different ways: 1 – dry ice is -109 degrees Fahrenheit and can burn skin in as few as three seconds upon direct contact. 2 – dry ice sublimates and in so doing “consumes” oxygen the danger is a person could suffocate in a closed environment like a walk-in freezer or refrigerator full of lots of dry ice.

Will the ice cream tubs fit in my home freezer?

Our 2.5 gallon ice cream tubs are 10” tall by 10” wide so we think it will fit in your freezer but we admit to some bias on this question.

How much ice cream do I need?

The average serving size is 5.33 oz per person…to make this scoop size for a sundae, use a 4 oz scoop… almost everyone we know over-scoops ice cream. We have it down to a science. Figuring these numbers you will find that a 2.5 gallon tub = 320 ounces of ice cream will serve 60 people.

What are the most popular flavors?

The most popular flavors served with sauces and toppings are: Vanilla, Vanilla Bean, Chocolate, Strawberry, and Cookies and Cream. Salted Caramel, however, is a customer favorite.  Keeping it simple when serving sundaes is best.