Wim Single-Cup Frozen Yogurt Machine

Aug 15, 2017

Category: Tech

Even if you do it the hard way, making a cup of coffee isn’t really that difficult to do in your own home. Other treats, however, seem nigh impossible without culinary training and heavy machinery. Well, one such treat just got a bit easier thanks to Wim’s single cup frozen yogurt machine.

The concept is basically the same as a single-serving coffee maker: a pre-mixed flavor bowl goes into the machine, you add your choice of liquid (milk, in this case), and then you push a button. The machine will freeze and mix the ingredients on the spot until a few minutes later when, sure enough, you’ll have your own ice cold creamy cup of frozen yogurt without ever having to walk out your front door. And if you’re worried about it tasting good, don’t – the recipes were put together by veteran Milk Bar chef Jena Derman. There’s also very little cleanup and they’re actually quite environmentally friendly, as the mixing paddle is built into the recyclable cups. It’s almost too easy. Each machine retails for $299 and comes with an included starter kit.

Purchase: $299

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