Frozen Custard

Frozen custard is a cold dessert similar to ice cream, but made with eggs in addition to cream and sugar.

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Strickland's Frozen Custard
... Strickland's Frozen Custard is an American ice cream chain, based in Akron, Ohio and with 14 locations in Ohio, Florida, California, and South Carolina ... name, Strickland's product does not contain egg yolks, and so is legally not frozen custard ...
Frozen Custard - Characteristics
... Administration requires products marketed as frozen custard to contain at least 10 percent milkfat and 1.4 percent egg yolk solids ... True frozen custard is a very dense dessert ... Frozen custard, when made in a proper continuous freezer will have an overrun of 15-30% depending on the machine manufacturer (an overrun percentage similar to gelato) ...
Rita's Water Ice - Products
... Frozen custard ... Gelati, Italian ice in between either frozen custard or Slenderita ... Misto, a drink of liquid custard blended with Italian ice ...
List Of Fast Food Restaurant Chains - Companies By Country of Origin - North America - United States
... States A W Restaurants Amigos/Kings Classic Andy's Frozen Custard Arby's Arctic Circle Restaurants Arthur Treacher's Baker's Drive-Thru Baskin-Robbins Bess Eaton Big ... El Pollo Loco Erbert Gerbert's Fatburger Firehouse Subs Five Guys Fosters Freeze Freddy's Frozen Custard Gold Star Chili Golden Chick Golden Spoon Good Times ...
Dairy Mix
... be made directly into ice cream or placed into containers for the use in soft serve, frozen custard, or ice cream machines ... mix used in restaurants can be also used to make frozen drinks or smoothies ... products from dairy companies have helped spread frozen custard to nearly all parts of the country ...

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