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All you need for fun, icy treats at home on a hot summer day is ice, fruit syrup and the Cuisinart snow cone maker! Make up to five snow cones in 60 seconds. The Cuisinart snow cone maker is safe and easy for kids to operate and two fold-down serving trays hold up to four snow cones on the sides of the machine. Save money by making snow cones at home over the summer, instead of purchasing ice cream and shaved ice treats in town!
Included with the Cuisinart snow cone maker are 4 BPA-free reusable plastic cones and 12 paper cones.
With homemade snow cones you can control exactly what goes into the syrup your kids are eating by making your own syrup. Skip the dyes and corn syrup for healthful alternatives! To make syrup with real fruit, bring to a boil a simple syrup of water, sugar (or sugar substitute), add fresh or frozen fruit. Boil for a couple minutes then blend with an immersion blender. Strain through a fine mesh strainer. Chill and then store in a plastic squeeze bottle.
“It was nutty how fast it got here.”
– Debbie C., FL
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We stock this product in our Nebraska warehouse. Most of our shipments are by FedEx Ground or Home Delivery and you should receive your order in five business days or less from ship-out. Click here for more information about shipping.
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