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YayLabs Ice Cream Ball and Giveaway!

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Today is a great day to SCREAM for ice cream. It’s NATIONAL ICE CREAM DAY! Woot!

If you’re anything like me you’ll be finding the biggest bowl possible and filling it with multiple yummy flavors of ice cream and topping it with all sorts of delicious toppings. I say…Go Big or Go Home. Right?

In honor of National Ice Cream day I’m sharing with you a fun an easy way to make ice cream anywhere using the YayLabs! Ice Cream Ball. These are the coolest! Make ice cream at the beach, at the park, in you backyard, in your living room or wherever your little heart desires.

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Check out the pictures below and then tell me you don’t want one. Aint’ gonna happen. 😉



Pouring the simple ingredients into the ice cream ball.

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Closing the lid and flipping it over to add the ice and salt.

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Adding the ice and salt.

Yay Labs ice cream ball

Yay Labs ice cream ball


Time to start rolling it around.

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Yay Labs ice cream ball

Yay Labs ice cream ball


What’s this? ICE CREAM!

Yay Labs ice cream ball

Yay Labs ice cream ball

See what I’m saying? Such a fun item to have at a party, a picnic or to make yummy treats at home.

Unfortunately, everyone devoured theirs before I had to a chance to take a picture of them stuffing their faces with delight.

Wanna know what flavor we made?

Vanilla Heath Bar. One of my favorites! It was delicious!!





Heath Bar bits

Makes approximately 1 pint.



Here are some highlights of YayLabs! Ice Cream Ball:

Soft Sided (roll or shake it)

Easy to clean

Only 4 ingredients for the ice cream flavor we had

You control the ingredients so you know whats in your ice cream

Requires very little preparation

Leak proof

Fun for all ages

You can take it anywhere

Takes only 20-25 minutes for a delectable treat (depending on fat content)

You can also make frozen yoghurt or sorbet along with adult beverages. Party time!

Recipes included

Have a dairy allergy. No problem! Use coconut or almond milk.

This makes real ice cream. Not soft serve ice cream. It’s the real deal.



Lessons learned:

Use a long handled wooden spoon. I used a short plastic one and I struggled a bit trying to get the last of the ice cream out of the bottom.

Don’t tighten the lids too tight. They fit securely so you don’t have to tighten them extremely tight. I had a hard time opening them when I checked on the progress of the ice cream.



Want one? I told you you would. 🙂

Here’s your chance to win an ice cream prize package from YayLabs! Head on over to their Facebook page for a chance to win a SoftShell ice cream ball, a Zak Designs ice cream bowl, a Light My Fire Spork, and an Organic Valley 1 Free Product Coupon. Here is the link to the giveaway: https://a.pgtb.me/k5lHGJ. Good luck!


 Share with us your favorite ice cream flavor.

Happy National Ice Cream Day!


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