Wednesday, June 25, 2008

How To Make Ice Cream With An Ice Cream Ball


Play And Freeze Ice Cream Ball
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t's hot outside and you are looking forward to a cool bowl of ice cream. Why not make your own? It an fun and easy thing to do with your family especially the kids.

Make ice cream while on picnics, camping, parties and many other places! No electricity is required . You can roll it around, pass it to others, play with the kids with the ice cream ball for about 10 or 15 minutes before the ice cream is made. It's lightweight and easy to clean!

Directions and recipes come with the ball..

Here is how it works...
Fill the ice end with as much ice as possible, then add 1/2 cup of rock salt to the pint size or 3/4 cup to the Mega size. The lid should be hand tightened--do not use the wrench.
Mix up your ice cream ingredients in a container, then pour the mix into the end with the metal cylinder, leaving about one inch for expansion at the top. Hand tighten the lid.
Have a ball! Shake, roll, and pass it around as you mix and freeze the ingredients. It's not necessary to shake the ball...just motion will do it.
After about 10 minutes for the pint size and 15 minutes for the Mega ball, open the ice cream end using the included plastic wrench. Scrape the sides of the cylinder to mix up the ice cream using a plastic or wooden spoon (don't use a metal spoon as it will scratch the cylinder). Then check the ice end. Pour out the excess water and add more ice and up to 1/3 cup more rock salt to enhance the freezing ability. Close the lids securely and continue having a ball for approximately 5 to 10 more minutes (15 for the Mega).
You will then have about a pint (or quart for the Mega ball) of delicious soft-serve ice cream. The consistency will vary based on the ice, your mix, the outside temperature, shaking frequency, etc. Once the ice cream is to the consistency of your liking, gently scoop it out and enjoy!
Here are some great recipes for the Ice Cream Ball
Basic Vanilla Ice Cream
1 pint of Half & Half1 ½ teaspoons vanilla1/3 cup + 2 tablespoons sugar
For richer tasting ice cream use cream instead of half & half.
Variations (add to Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe)
Juice Slush Pour 1 pint of sweetened or unsweetened juice or a combination of juices into the metal cylinder, and PLAY AND FREEZE™ to the consistency you desire.
Frozen Yogurt Place 2 cups of flavored or fruited yogurt into the metal cylinder, then PLAY AND FREEZE™ to the consistency you desire. Plain yogurt can also be used, just add 1/3 cup of sugar or 1 cup of honey. Fruit may be added instead of sweetener especially fruits canned in their own juices.
To learn more about making ice cream Visit this Link
Ice Cream Ball


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