Science of Cooking: Ice Cream
Science is never cooler than when you’re using it to make ice cream! Dig into a series of kitchen chemistry experiments and kid-friendly recipes for ice cream and sorbet — made using just the tools in this crate and some ingredients from home. Learn about the science behind ice crystals and freezing, how air is one of the most important ingredients in ice cream, and how stabilizers help keep dessert delicious. Then customize the included recipes to make all sorts of creamy concoctions — from choco-cherry ice cream to fresh fruit sorbet!
Why it’s awesome
Mix in cookies, chocolate, and fruit to make your own flavors.
Learn how ice, salt, and air work together to make a frozen treat.
See how adding extra ingredients makes your ice cream last longer.
From the desk of the product designer:
Behind the design
“I've had enough ice cream, said no one ever. That's why we wanted to be sure our ice cream–making tools would hold up to lots (and lots) of use.”
- KiwiCo Product Designer
By the numbers
Ice cream scoopers tested
Batches of ice cream made
Ice cream consumed during kid testing