Electric Ice Cream Scooper for the impatient

by Mike

Electric Ice Cream ScooperWhen you want ice cream at home, you want it instantaneously. Waiting for the ice cream to thaw, while only taking minutes, seems like hours. You’re just impatient, but there is a solution, the Electric Ice Cream Scooper! All your troubles are gone, at least the ones relating to ice cream. . .

It’s like any other high quality scooper, it’s made of metal that will scoop thawed ice cream easily. The real beauty is the electric part, the scooper actually heats up to make scooping that much easier, you could scoop at a entire galloon in minutes.

The rest of the features are pretty standard and boring. It’s got a nonstick surface, which makes cleaning simple, and a drip guard to make sure you don’t get any ice cream on your hands or shirt.

One part that may prove to be pesky is the cord that goes out of the scooper, you need to get power to heat it from somewhere? I don’t think solar power would be a good idea, either. It’s only a minor inconvenience and doesn’t outweigh the benefits.

For the ice cream loving and extremely impatient crowd, the Electric Ice Cream Scooper will just about perfect your life. It’s pretty cheap, too: available from Front Gate for $25.


2 reviews or comments

GrimReeper Says: August 23, 2006 at 11:47 pm

This sounds like a good thing but I’m betting it will take a good while before the scooper heats up to a suitable temperature to be usable.
Just get a normal scooper dunk it in boiling water for 10 seconds and you have the same thing.

John J Says: April 7, 2009 at 5:43 pm

If you are scooping for a multiple people, the boiling water trick will not be as convenient. Someone else praised it for being a lifesaver when serving 80+ people!

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