Monday, October 13, 2014

No machine ice-cream: No mess, natural + homemade in 5 minutes

 Hold on to your cones, the ice cream industry has just been revolutionized! Wanted to share Curious Creamery  with you– the market’s first at-home, natural ice-cream system that allows anyone with a sweet tooth to make real, premium ice cream in any flavor, in a matter of minutes. The perfect after-school or weekend activity for your kids!

Currently in its kickstarter phase (with just 29 days left) we are hoping we can make you (and your community) Curious Creamery believers. Here’s how anyone, with any skill level in the kitchen can make any flavor of ice cream right in the recyclable tub, with NO MESS. 
  • Fill the tub to the indicated line with ice cold water (or any other cold liquid)
  • Mix the full contents of the provided pouch and stir gently to combine
  • Use an electric hand mixer (or just some strong hands) to evenly mix for 2-3 minutes
  • Add flavor or inclusions as desired (fruit, cookies, candy, whatever!)
  • Freeze!
The results?
  • DIY artisanal ice cream (OR ICE CREAM CAKE!) with no machine
  • Guilt-free indulgence (at just 100 calories per scoop)
  • None of the yucky stuff: preservatives, gluten, trans-fats or artificial ingredients
  • A carbon foot print 90% less than most ice cream
 Are you interested in this great sounding product? Well check out the kickstarter campaign, and give what you can, and you will be able to get this product soon!!!

What do you think of this new product?

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Tammy S said...

Oh my gosh I would love to try this! I make homemade ice cream all the time. It takes about 2 hours and a ton of ice and rock salt. This would be so cool. I have got to check it out. Thanks!

Yona Williams said...

I think if it tastes good, then it provides a tasty convenience for ice cream lovers.

CindyWindy2003 said...

Sounds good, we bought an ice cream maker but it's such a pain in the butt to get all the ingredients and clean up.

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