If you are planning to serve ice cream at your next party or family gathering, you might be wondering how many servings you can get from a quart of ice cream. The answer depends on how much ice cream you scoop per serving and how big your scoops are.

**A quart of ice cream is equal to four cups or two pints.** If you use a standard scoop, which holds about 1/4 cup or four tablespoons of ice cream, **you can get 16 scoops from a quart of ice cream**. This means that can serve 16 people if each person gets one scoop.

However, some people might want more than one scoop of ice cream, especially if they have a big appetite or a sweet tooth. In that case, you can adjust the number of servings in a quart of ice cream by dividing the number of scoops by the number of scoops per person. For example, if each person gets two scoops of ice cream, you can serve eight people from a quart of ice cream. If each person gets three scoops of ice cream, you can serve five people from a quart of ice cream.

Another factor that affects the number of servings in a quart of ice cream is the size of your scoops. If you use a smaller or larger scoop than the standard one, you will get more or less scoops from a quart of ice cream. For example, if you use a mini scoop that holds about two tablespoons of ice cream, you can get 32 scoops from a quart of ice cream. This means that a quart of dessert can serve 32 people if each person gets one mini scoop. On the other hand, if you use a jumbo scoop that holds about 1/2 cup or eight tablespoons you can get eight scoops from a quart of ice cream. This means that a can serve eight people if each person gets one jumbo scoop.

As you can see, the number of servings in a quart of ice cream varies depending on how much and how big you scoop.