Blue Bell Ice Cream

 We took a tour at Blue Bell Creamery. After the milk was brought in, it was added with sugar and flavoring. Then the mixture was frozen just to a paste. Next was packaging.  A machine was squirting the paste into containers, which were then taken to the deep freeze a room where temperature was -40 degrees Fahrenheit .  After the tour we got one free scoop then they were $1.00 each. We each had two scoops. 


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  1. Eddie & Mom

    Nice report on your visit to Blue Bell Ice Cream, Marcus! I just know one of the scoops of green ice cream has to be yours! Love Ya! Gram

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