Like a lot of people, I associate summer with all of the awesome things I can eat. The same way I think of Christmas and sugar cookies I think of summer and ice cream cones and S’mores.
I was looking around and found the coolest gizmos to help you make all of your favorites quick and easy. If you want to have the coolest summer snacks, you’re gonna want all of these super cool gadgets!
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1. Ice Cream Maker
I love this ice cream maker because you put the ingredients inside and then kick it around like a ball. Seriously, how much more fun could making ice cream be for kids?
2. Watermelon Keg Tapping Kit
Yes, you read that correctly. You can tap a watermelon and just start drinking the juice. Isn’t that crazy?
3. Hot Dog Toaster
Cooking hot dogs is as easy as making toast now. Just pop them in this special toaster (buns, too!) and they’ll be perfectly done and ready to eat without firing up the grill.
4. The Perfect S’More Maker
Stack them up and let them cook on the grill – no need for a campfire. If you don’t have a grill they also work in the oven.
5. Ice Cream Pop Mold
Use this fun gadget to make ice cream pops – an ice cream cone filled with all your favorite toppings like M&Ms, Snickers, candy, whatever you want!
6. Ice Cream Scoop Stacker
Quickly and easy scoop out your ice cream with no effort. This is awesome because it allows you to stack your ice cream cones!
7. Nostalgia Slushie Maker
Slushies have never been so fun then with this 1950’s inspired maker. (It even makes adult beverages.)
8. Instant Popsicles
If you love making popsicles there is no use in waiting on your freezer when you can pour your ingredients in this contraption and eat them immediately. This Pinterest board has 200 popsicle recipes and I’ll bet you’ll want to try them all.
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.