Jelly Belly Flavor Snow Ice Shaver, Red
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- Perfect for snow cones, slushies and party drinks
- Pivoting cone holder for ease of operation
- Adjustable ice shaving control for texture adjustment
- Drip tray allows for easy clean up
- Includes two ice molds
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The jelly belly electric ice shaver, with its extra large push button, makes shaving ice fast, easy and fun for the whole family. Works with ice cubes and ice molds for creating professional-style snow cones with authentic jelly belly flavors at home. Jelly belly electric ice shavers are designed to shave ice into mounds of soft, fluffy snow. It's a great way to treat your family and friends. Features: Pivoting cone holder can be used for holding cones while shaving ice, decorating or as a cone storage holder. Adjustable ice shaving control allows you to adjust the texture of your shaved ice. drip Tray allows for simple and easy clean up includes two molds- use ice molds or ice cubes for preparing jelly belly flavored ice or shaved ice large button for easy operation great way to entertain family and friends! use with jelly belly delicious syrups and accessories 60-watt motor.
Top customer reviews
I bought this for my daughter's 6th birthday and it is PERFECT for her age. My kids LOVE snow cones and constantly ask for them so this was something I've wanted to buy for a while and I can make it healthier than using ballpark syrups. It is also a fun little thing to have them play with on a hot day.
I had the snoopy snow cone machine as a child and loved it but it was cumbersome. I looked at electric, highly rated options and then found this. Decided on this one b/c I think it's fun for the kids to be a part of the process other than pushing a button to turn it on. If you follow the instructions and use the mold and let the ice block sweat a tiny bit before putting it in the machine, it works awesome. My kids are LOVING it and ask to use it every night. We pour lemonade on top and pureed frozen mangos the other day and put that in the mold and froze it. Worked perfectly. The ice comes out NOT in little pebble form, but SHAVED form, so it's very light and fluffy. I prefer it that way. It is easy enough to turn the handle, but at times if you are not holding the machine down, it will come off the table if you are turning the handle. I just hold the machine down while the kids turn the handle. All in all, it is exactly what I wanted. A do it yourself snow cone maker that is not difficult to use.
If you are more interested in the end result of a snow cone and would prefer to skip the work, then an electric machine would be the way to go. If you want to occupy the kids a bit and let them be involved, then I would recommend this hand crank machine. I was surprised that it was easy to shave the ice.
I have now bought 5 as gifts for ranges 5-8 and all kids have loved it. I've also included the cute Jelly Belly snow cone cup and spoon/straw set that was approx. $5. An awesome full gift for around $16.
The size is also nice in that it is not gigantic and it can be stored easily in it's box in a cupboard. It is also very lightweight.
CON: When you screw the top on, the ice naturally pushes the hand crank up using a spring mechanism. If the top lid comes off b/c you by mistake loosened it, your finger can get stuck in between the top hand crank part and the screw on red part of the top piece. It's a pretty tight squeeze. My 5 year old got her finger stuck and I just had to pull the top up and screw it back on. She said "ouch" but she's tough but a softer child might get upset. To avoid this, just make sure to crew the top on well and hold the BASE when turning the crank. Do not mistakenly hold the red part that is attached to the top piece or you may accidentally unscrew the top when cranking and have the spring close up. Hard to explain, but you will see when you get the machine and it's easily avoidable.
The ice comes out a bit too fine for my taste, which I would be willing to accept, but it takes forever to get enough to fill a cup.