BYU Mint Brownie Ice Cream

Menu Part: 
Dessert
Cuisine Type: 
American
Serves: 
275 gal.

This popular dessert from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, features brownie bits, peppermint flavor and chocolate.

Ingredients

29 gal. liquid sugar sweetener blend
103 1/2 gal. raw milk and cream, 82/18 blend
67 1/2 lb. dry instant milk, non-fat grade A
9 lb. ice cream stabilizer
2/5 lb. granulated table salt
1 1/3 oz. cheese color, double strength
48 fluid oz. green mint shade color
48 fluid oz. peppermint flavor
150 lb. chocolate variegate
110 lb. brownie bits topping

Steps

1. Mix sweetener with milk and cream blend, dry milk, stabilizer, salt, colors and flavor in blender.

2. Add ingredients into pot or steam kettle and heat to 160 F. Cook for 30 seconds and add to ice cream freezer. Start freezing process.

3. Once ice cream is done freezing, fold in variegate and topping.  

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