Customer Reviews Of:
Light My Fire Quart Ice Cream Ball - Inflatable Cover
Closeouts. You don't need electricity to make ice cream on the go and have some family fun doing it! With Light My Fire's Quart Ice Cream Ball, all you have to do is place rock salt and ice in one end; ice cream mix in the other; strap on the inflatable cover and shake up some delicious ice cream in just 20 minutes!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dawn from NY on Sunday, November 23, 2014We made our first batch...Ingredients were added. We wrapped the inflated cover around it, and proceded to roll it around. It did not stay properly inflated and it wobbled more than rolled. So we took the cover off. It rolled much better on the carpeted floor. Whoa! Wet spots! Make sure the lids are on tight.
It got a bit boring rolling it around for a half hour. Perhaps kids would have more fun. Alas when it was time, we had our bowls of ice cream. Actually, I would call it custard. Not bad for a first attempt.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rhian from Utah on Monday, July 28, 2014Fun for kids. Make sure you get the inflatable cover. It's like kicking a rock without it
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sammie from Indiana on Sunday, July 13, 2014We received the ball with the inflatable encasement for rolling our way to a quart of ice cream. The problem was that the two half-sphere inflatable pieces, designed to be joined by velcro to wrap and cushion the plastic ball, could not be joined; the velco was a mismatch, missing the scratchy hook surfaces needed to attach to the fuzzy. We can find the velcro match at the hardware store, but what a pain. As for the ice cream, perhaps because we were limited to smaller, more carefull movements without the cushioning encasement, the stuff at the bottom was rock hard, and the mix at the top was slushy. We will give another try with the ball we repaired.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Twinsplusone from California on Saturday, June 7, 2014I think the concept is great but it takes a long… time to make the ice cream. So long that even my three teenage boys got tired of tossing it around. also, there was a hole in the outside ball when we received it. This made it even harder to do.
Reviewed by Sherry the Maillady from Thayer, Mo on Wednesday, January 1, 2014This takes 30 minutes of constant rolling around which is exhausting, but with heavy whipping cream like it called for made some of the best ice cream I've ever tasted. I wouldn't want to do it everyday, but for my kids I would do it occasionally. Sherry