Ice Cream-Making Ball

Ice Cream Ball

 

Encourage your kids to play with their food. Simple ingredients plus 20 minutes of shaking and rolling equals a pint of delicious home-made ice cream. They get an outlet for their energy, you get to know exactly what they’re eating. Just the thing to put a new spin on a boating trip, barbeque or birthday.

    Made of food-safe, BPA-free materials.

    Outer soft shell is comfortable for catching and rolling.

    Add cream, sugar, and vanilla in one end and ice and rock salt in the other.

    Includes a recipe booklet.

    Wide, shallow canister makes it easy to add ingredients and scoop out ice cream.

    Diameter is 23cm.

    Makes 475ml (a pint) of ice cream.

View all details here:  http://www.mec.ca/product/5040-220/yaylabs-softshell-ice-cream-ball/?q=ice%2Bcream

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