scoopable

scoopable

(ˈskuːpəbəl)
adj
able to be scooped
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Plus it's up to 50 percent lighter than traditional heavyweight scoopable litters and helps animals in need.
Available in 30-day supply of scoopable powder or convenient On-The-Go stick packs, the powder supplement can be added to cold beverages or water with no taste, odor, or grit.
Homemade sorbet can be rather solid, but you can create a scoopable one by adding vodka (which doesn't freeze) and liquid glucose (which prevents crystallisation).
To prevent brown sugar from hardening: To help brown sugar stay soft and scoopable toss an orange peel or a slice of apple along with the sugar into an airtight container.
It's soft and scoopable, with chewy chunks of granola (not unlike the cheesecake in Haagen-Dazs).
"Toufayan Organic ScoopAble Pita Chip is our very first organic, all-natural, oven baked Pita Chip in a Sea Salt variety," says Toufayan.
Again, the brand justifies the premium by keenly focusing in on key consumer needs and wants: it is half the weight of traditional litters, dust-free, easily scoopable, and it provides long-lasting odor protection.
Due to the air whipped into it, soft serve tends to be lighter in weight and lower in calories than the harder, scoopable kind.
The guidelines say the best litters are fine-textured and scoopable at a depth of 11/4 inches.
Now available from Eden Prairie, Minn.-based Supervalu is Essential Everyday Unscented Scoopable Cat Litter.
Serve immediately or harden in your freezer for 8 to 12 hours for a more scoopable ice cream.