Ice Creams, Beverage and Custard

About this Course

Beverage is also known as drink which is a liquid intended for human consumption. Drinks play important roles in human culture in addition to their basic function of satisfying human thirst. Ice cream is a sweetened frozen food typically eaten as a snack or dessert. Custard is usually made with a combination of milk or cream, egg yolks, fine sugar, flour or some other starch, and usually a flavoring such as vanilla, chocolate, or lemon.

In this course, you will learn how to make ice creams such as banana ice cream, vanilla ice cream, as well as the simple / plain ice cream; you will also learn how to make your own beverage using cocoa powder. Making custard is also explained in this course.

This course is presented to you as a video. The video features an instructor that will guide you, step-by-step, in learning how you can prepared ice creams, beverages and custard.


At the end of this course, you will know how to:


  • Pepare delicious and tasty ice creams
  • Manufacture your own beverage
  • Manufacture your own custard.


Course CodeKISIS/OC/0019
Course Start DateStarted
Course Duration3 Hours
Dedication1 hour per day
Number of Modules5
School offering courseEnterprise Skill Acquisition School
Video/Audio MediaAudio & Video
$ Course FeeNot Available (Program course)

Associated Programs

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Course Prerequisites / Requirements

This course has no strict requirements. Anyone is qualified to take this course so long as the student is familiar with taking online courses on the platform. Once registered in this course, you will be required to complete activities such as assignments or quiz in order to proceed. The course has been structured in a way to promote ease of understanding. You must be dedicated in this course; you should spend at least an average of 3 hours on this course.