Being a NYC resident, I have a few seasonal challenges I have to overcome every year. One of them being the summer subway commute! Long walks to the station, waiting on the platform, and stuffing myself in the train, all of these are unbearable in the summer. BUT there are some things that help me get over these challenges.
By Sales Assistant at Zoku
We know these past few weeks have been difficult for everyone. We have experienced a tremendous impact in our daily lives and many of us have ended up with some unexpected free time. One way we will be spending time is by catching up on our favorite movies and shows. We wanted to share a few creative frozen recipe ideas that pair with Team Zoku’s favorite movies and shows.
1/2 cup creamy natural peanut butter with salt
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 cups whole milk
1 cup heavy cream
Whisk together the peanut butter, sugar and vanilla extract. Add the milk and cream in small increments at first, whisking with each addition, until the peanut butter loosens up. Whisk in the remaining liquid and cover. Chill ice cream mixture and stir well before using.
Follow the instructions included with your ice cream maker for churning and freezing.
Make individual portions of ice cream, custard, frozen yogurt, gelato, sorbet, or sherbet in as little as 10 minutes with the Zoku Ice Cream Maker! Learn More.
8 Tbsp Thai Tea Powder
2 Cups Water
2 tsp Condensed Milk
1/4 tsp Pumpkin Spice
Add 8 Tbsp of Thai Tea Mix to the Tea Strainer. Put Strainer inside the GlassCore Bottle. Bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Pour hot water into the Tea Strainer and let it steep for 5 minutes. Remove Tea Strainer. Add condensed milk and Pumpkin Spice to the bottle. Stir the mixture.
You can drink this beverage hot or cold. If you drink it hot try adding whipped cream or marshmallows. For cold, let the tea sit in the refrigerator for a few hours then add ice.
Brew your favorite tea on the go! Easily brew loose leaf tea in your Zoku Glass Core Bottle. Our infuser is made from stainless steel, and is easy to assemble and clean. Learn More.
2 Tbsp Taro Bubble Tea Powder
1/2 Can Coconut Milk
Sugar or Natural Sweetner (to taste)
Vanilla Ice Cream Optional*
Bring Coconut Milk to a boil on medium heat. Once the milk is boiling, add in the Taro Powder. Stir until mixed. Add in sugar to your preferred sweetness. Let the mix cool. Once cool, poor the mix in the Safari Pop Molds. Freeze filled molds for 6 or more hours.
*If you want to get creative, scoop a small amount of vanilla ice cream into the Safari Molds then pour the Taro mix over top the ice cream. You will have Vanilla Ice Cream filled Taro Pops! Enjoy!
Welcome to the jungle with this Safari Pop Mold. Each set includes four (4) characters: a curious Professor, Parrot, Elephant, and Monkey. Although they prefer warmer climates, these tropical creatures fit compactly in your freezer. Learn More.
1 1/2 cups plain yogurt
1 cup pitted cherries
5 tablespoons 100% pomegranate juice
4 teaspoons mild honey, such as Acacia
Purée the yogurt, cherries, juice, and honey in a blender. Taste for sweetness and add more honey as needed. Pour into the Slush and Shake Maker; stir until thick.
Make healthy slushies, milkshakes, frozen alcoholic drinks (yes!), and fruit smoothies in as little as 7 minutes with this high-performance, design-driven slushy maker. Learn More.
Vietnamese or Dark Brew coffee
1-3 tbsp of sweetened condensed milk
Freeze inner core of Zoku's Iced Coffee maker for 8 hours or more. Brew coffee with water using your preferred method to make brewed coffee. Pour coffee immediately into the Iced Coffee Maker. Let coffee sit for 5-7 minutes. Spoon 1 tablespoon of sweetened condensed milk into the coffee. Stir to dissolve the milk. Add more condensed milk for a sweeter taste. Feel free to add ice!
Don’t let ice dilute your favorite flavor, just store your stainless steel mug in your freezer, add it to the insulating sleeve, pour your beverage and snap the lid on tight. Learn More.
150g strawberries, sliced
245g vanilla yogurt
Place strawberries and yogurt into a blender and blend until smooth. If you wish to add texture don't blend all the way, but for a baby make sure to blend all the way. Pour the mixture into your ice molds and watch your popsicles freeze in 7 minutes!
Freeze ice pops in as little as seven minutes with the patented Zoku Quick Pop® Maker! Make striped pops, yogurt pops, or even flavored core pops right on your countertop without electricity. Learn More.