Whether for a candy cane-blended treat, a cone that evokes the spirit of the season or, later in the year, a refreshing alternative to everyday flavors, the addition of mint can lend some cheer to favorite cold desserts.
Frostline is preparing for National Soft Serve Day August 19. They have created a website so that visitors can request a complimentary “Celebration Kit”, download digital marketing materials, register to win a year’s supply of soft serve mix, and gather ideas for fun ways to celebrate the holiday.
Utilizing Frostline’s 15 different flavor packets is a simple way to transform vanilla or chocolate soft serve and frozen yogurt into specialty dessert flavors.
We recently perfected our newest soft serve flavor Birthday Cake and it is BLUE! For pennies per serving, you can attract families to dine at your restaurant or soft serve shop and keep coming back for more. Especially if you rotate seasonal flavors in between your gold standard vanilla and chocolate.
Problem: Product is too soft. Symptoms: Cones won’t stand up. The soft serve looks wet. The product starts melting almost immediately. Treatment: First, check your machine’s temperature settings. We recommend setting the temperature between 18 and 21 degrees and the temperature inside the hopper be at 41 degrees. Since your soft serve seems too soft, try setting it more towards 18 degrees. If this checks out, move on to examining your scraper… Read More