Make delicious ice cream anywhere, anytime — great for parties, barbecues, picnics, camping trips, etc. Just add natural ingredients that are as simple as cream, sugar, and vanilla in one end then add ice and rock salt in the other end. The softshell exterior makes it fun to shake, roll, and play
Make delicious ice cream anywhere, anytime — great for parties, barbecues, picnics, camping trips, etc. Just add natural ingredients that are as simple as cream, sugar, and vanilla in one end then add ice and rock salt in the other end. The softshell exterior makes it fun to shake, roll, and play your way to a pint of delicious ice cream in about 20 minutes.
Wide and shallow canister makes it easy to mix ingredients and scoop out ice cream.
The built-in handles make opening the ends easy; flip back the handle and lay it on a table to allow easy access to stir ingredients or scoop out ice cream.
Complete directions are packaged inside the Ice Cream Ball. Here are some additional tips to help you get the best results:
When you add ingredients, leave about an inch of space to allow for expansion
If you cannot find rock salt, you can substitute table salt or kosher salt. We do not recommend using calcium chloride (used to melt driveway ice and snow)
Hand-tighten the ball to close; use the provided plastic wrench only to open it
To avoid damage, do not kick or throw the Ice Cream Ball
To ensure even freezing, pause to scrape the sides of the ice cream compartment with a wooden or plastic spoon after 10 minutes of mixing (15 minutes for Quart)
When you stop to stir the ice cream, also drain excess water from the ice end and refill with additional ice and rock salt
Handwash both ends of the Ice Cream Ball with warm, soapy water after each use
Pint recipes will work fine in the Quart-size Ice Cream Ball
Ice Cream Recipes (Pint)
Note: Most of these recipes call for half-and-half. You can substitute cream for a richer, creamier dessert. Using whole or lowfat milk (or part milk and part half-and-half) produces a lighter, lower-fat ice cream, but takes longer to freeze.
Basic Vanilla Ice Cream
1 pint of Half & Half (1)
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
1/3 cup + 2 tablespoons sugar
(1) Using whole cream makes a richer creamier ice cream. Using part milk and half and half makes a lighter ice cream, but takes longer to freeze.
Yield: about a pint of smooth and creamy ice cream.
Mix all the ingredients together and put into the ice cream ball
Fill the ice portion of the ice cream ball with ice
Add 1/2 cup rock salt to the ice
Roll, spin, stir, toss, flip, and shake the ball around for 10 minutes
Open up the ice cream ball, stir, close ball
Drain some water from ice section, add more ice and salt.
Roll, spin, stir, toss, flip, and shake for another 10 minutes
Enjoy your tasty homemade ice cream at the campsite or in the backyard!