Minggu, 15 April 2012

Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker

Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 7.5 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0038OMF30
  • Item model number: 6013606
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: 11,035 in Toys ; Games (See Top 100 in Toys ; Games)
  • 26 inToys ; Games Pretend Play Kitchen Toys Cooking ; Baking Kits

By : DQ Blizzard Maker
Price : $19.97
You Save : $10.02 (33%)
Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker

Product Description


From the Manufacturer
Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker is the fun way for kid's to make their own DQ blizzards at home. Make ice Dairy Queen Blizzard with the 3 provided packets of mix and the pop rocks.
Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker is the fun way for kid's to make their own DQ blizzards at home. Make ice Dairy Queen Blizzard with the 3 provided packets of mix and the pop rocks.

 

Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker

 

Product Features

  • Make ice Dairy Queen Blizzard with the 3 provided packets of mix and the pop rocks
  • Extruder lets you pour ice cream in a cup
  • Easy Clean-up, Dishwasher Safe
  • Refills are available
  • 1 DQ Blizzard Maker, 3 DQ flavour pckts, 3 popping candy, 1 coupon booklet, an I/S, 2 cups
  • Also includes 2 DQ spoons, 1 Paddle for Mixing Ice Cream, and 1 Plunger for Extruding Ice Cream
Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker

Customer Reviews


My eight-year-old son received the Blizzard Maker for a gift. He was ready to jump right in and start making blizzards but we had to get thru set up first and then go to the store for half-and-half.
The DQ Blizzard Maker is simply a manual ice cream maker. Fill the basin with ice, water, and salt. Mix 3/4 cup half-and-half to the powder packet (which is sugar and flavoring), pour into the middle tank in the basin, then turn the crank for 10 minutes. My son and I took turns (5 minutes each) and after 1 minute, he was asking if he was done yet.
There's a chute at the bottom of the ice cream tank to "push" out the ice cream so it looks like it does in the store. Using the chute requires removing the paddle attachment and adding a plunger attachment. We accidentally froze our ice cream too hard, which made the plunger attachment useless when we got close to the bottom.
Despite the name "blizzard," there is no way to mix the toppings (generic pop-rocks are included) into the ice cream using the machine. You're told in the directions to just pour the toppings on top.
The ice cream serving cups are small--about 1/2 the size of a tennis ball. You end up with enough ice cream for 2 of these servings. The ice cream is pretty tasty.
We had quite a bit of grinding as the gears slipped when we first started cranking the ice cream. Once we got the right tempo (not too fast, but fast enough to keep the cream moving), the grinding stopped.
Honestly? It's probably better to just get a manual ice cream maker...

This is a very fun activity for kids (and adults!). There is a little bit of setup involved but the end result is worth it. Be sure to buy half ; half cream to add to the enclosed DQ mix. I've bought food toys before and many times they do not work very well. This one actually did work very well and who doesn't like ice cream
Overall, we had a lot of fun especially experimenting with all the toppings to add to the Blizzard when we were done. Very fun toy and great gift idea as well.

 

Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker

 

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