Play & Freeze makes homemade ice cream easy

Food just tastes better when you make it yourself, and if that food happens to be ice cream and you made it by bouncing a ball around for 20 minutes, well damn, that's going to be the best ice cream you've ever had. Or so we assume. The Play and Freeze Ice Cream Maker is a ball that makes ice cream lickety-split — no electricity required. All you need to do is load up one side with ice and rock salt and the other side with ice cream mix, toss the ball around for about 20 minutes, and voilà, homemade ice cream. Perfect for camping trips or just hanging out in the backyard, it provides the cool satisfaction of the frozen confection while giving you all of the fun that comes with playing catch with a 7-pound ball full of ice. And since there are no electric parts involved, you won't be paying a premium; it's only $30 in your choice of seven colors from Amazon. That's about the cost of 6 pints of Ben & Jerry's, and you don't need to conform to their commie-hippie flavor list, as you're free to put in whatever ingredients you want. Seems like a pretty good deal to us.

Play and Freeze, via Stuffiti