New Zoku Ice Cream Maker Makes Summer Endless

Zoku Ice Cream Maker Makes Summer EndlessCool down this summer in the USA with the new Zoku Ice Cream Maker. It makes individual portions of ice cream, custard, frozen yogurt, gelato, sorbet or sherbet on any countertop, in as little as 10 minutes.

Until now, ice cream lovers have had to choose between store-bought flavors or time-consuming homemade ice cream recipes. This invention from Zoku makes it fast and easy to create a delicious spur-of-the-moment frozen treat—adding speed, versatility and portion control to the mix.

To use, store the Zoku Ice Cream Maker’s stainless steel bowl in the freezer so it’s ready whenever you are. When you’ve got a craving for something sweet, simply remove the frozen bowl and place it into the accompanying protective sleeve. Add your ice cream mixture, churn with the included spoon, and watch as the ice cream freezes in minutes right before your eyes. Then drip, drop, and drizzle on your favorite toppings to make it even sweeter. The bowl was carefully crafted with a colored silicone edge to help you remove ice cream from the spoon as you mix, making it easy to use.

The Zoku Ice Cream Maker creates an individual 5-oz. serving. This gives you the flexibility to make just one serving or use multiple Zoku Ice Cream Makers at your next family night or dinner party. Or if you prefer, mix a big batch of the ice cream base, store it in the fridge, and have a bowl of fresh ice cream any time you want.

The Zoku Ice Cream Maker comes in your choice of 6 bright colors from the Zoku palette—red, orange, green, teal, blue and purple.

The Zoku Ice Cream Maker includes the stainless steel bowl, protective sleeve and spoon, and an instruction manual with five ice cream recipes—all BPA-free.

Also available at Williams-Sonoma, the Endless Summer recipe book features 38 delicious recipes that can be made using the Zoku Ice Cream Maker. Recipes include White Chocolate Fudge Swirl Ice Cream, Graham Cracker S’more Frozen Yogurt and more. The book even includes a chapter on sauces and toppings.

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