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ICEE Deluxe Slushy Machine – Homemade ICEE

ICEE Deluxe Yummy Slushy Machine

The ICEE Deluxe Slushy Machine is a neat little machine to make a slushy at home. ICEE Deluxe Slushy MachineWe got one to check out and it worked out really easy. I got the machine ready and supervised the process, but I let our 7 and 3 year old take care of grinding the ice and setting up the ICEE making area.

Do not let little ones do this alone because there are very sharp blades inside. Kaila did a good job following my directions and needed a little help to put the top back on after filling it with ice. Make sure not to put too much ice in. Check out our slideshow for a picture walk-through of ICEE making magic.

After the handle popped up from the ice, she began to turn it making shaved ice with ease. Even our 3 year old got in on the action. I let them both do their own cups. While they were making their ICEE ice, I prepared the ICEE syrup. It is just the mixing powder and water, and was tasty. You can buy extra packets of ICEE syrup mix with an assortment of different ICEE flavors.

Kids Eating Their Homemade ICEE

After we made 2 cups of ICEE’s, we let them sit out in the warm weather and enjoy them. They loved it!

We were given a machine to review.

4 Comments

  1. shelly peterson on June 18, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    Oh how fun this would be, not just for my son but for me and my older daughter too 🙂



  2. Betty Baez on June 18, 2012 at 8:26 am

    wow i really like this i never knew they had these, im sure my boys would love one and the hubby loves icee’s too 😉



  3. Sandy VanHoey on June 18, 2012 at 2:26 am

    This is really cute. My grandson just got some sort of a glass thing that makes slurpees. It has some ice packets, you put your beverage in it and then shake. I thought it wouldn’t work but sure enough, it does. I don’t know the name of it but this is so great for the summer months.



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