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Today, my two boys are taking over the blog and doing a demo and review of the Zoku Slush and Shake Maker.  My good friends at Williams-Sonoma Philadelphia asked me to give the Zoku Slush and Shake Maker a try and thought Evan and Nolan would be the perfect testers. They handed me some product, along with Jennifer Farley’s cookbook, “The Art of Slush” for a little inspiration, and sent me on my way.

Together, my boys and I looked over Farley’s cookbook, which she developed in collaboration with Zoku, and decided on the first recipe to try.  I will be sharing my interview with “The Art of Slush” author Jennifer Farley in a couple of days.  We had a great chat about her first cookbook and some of her favorite recipes from the book.

For now, the boys want to share their Zoku Slush and Shake Maker demonstration with you.

After thumbing through Farley’s mouth-watering cookbook, Evan and Nolan quickly decided on what they wanted to make.  The boys are huge Oreo cookie fans so naturally the Cookies and Cream Milkshake was their first choice.  Together, we assembled the ingredients.  For this recipe, we needed vanilla ice cream, whole milk, Oreo cookies and Biscoff cookie butter. (Side note:  I had never had Biscoff cookie butter before and now I am addicted; I blame Jennifer Farley).

We measured out the milkshake ingredients, blended them up and poured them onto the Zoku Slush and Shake Maker.  The boys stirred up their mixture until it thickened up into a milkshake.  Within minutes they were enjoying their own, homemade Cookies and Cream Milkshakes.

Check out their super fun video demonstrating the Zoku Slush and Shake Maker.

The Zoku Slush and Shake Maker is definitely a winner. I am a fan of Zoku and have been since my sister-in-law bought me a Quick Pop Maker several Christmases ago. Zoku’s products are well made and a fun kitchen tool for those who enjoy homemade frozen treats.

For the Zoku Slush and Shake Maker, I was impressed by how quickly the milkshake began to thicken. The milkshake stayed nice and cold and the boys were able to enjoy their Zoku-made Cookies and Cream Milkshake with a spoon and also with a straw. It was a total hit in our house and the boys (and me) give the Zoku Slush and Shake Maker two thumbs up. Not only does Zoku make a fun gift for adults, their products are also a great, and easy, way to get your kids in the kitchen.

I am looking forward to trying our next Zoku Slush and Shake Maker recipe. Jennifer Farley’s cookbook, “The Art of Slush,” has some fantastic recipes for adult slushies and shakes – perfect for this Giggles girl.

Stay tuned for more from the Zoku Slush and Shake Maker and keep an eye out for Jennifer Farley’s cookbook interview in a couple of days.

Of course, the Zoku Slush and Shake maker is GGG approved.

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  1. Great job boys! We made orange crush vanilla floats with ours last Sunday!

    1. The slush and shake maker looks fab. We have the popsicle maker too and it is one of my favorite things. will have to check it out!

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