Big Boy was immediately impressed with it's bright colours, and helped me to take it apart (very simple), wash and dry it and then put it in the freezer (via the worktop for a quick picture).
The idea is that you place it in the freezer for 4-6 hours after which if it should be frozen solid. Then you pour in a chilled drink and gently massage the sides (basically squeeze it in and out) to create a slushy drink.
I "accidentally" forgot about the cup being in the freezer until after the children had gone to bed, where I made myself a quick slushy Sorelle. It was brilliant and a lovely treat for a warm night.
We've been making slushy drinks every 4-6 hours since (well apart from when we're sleeping!) and here is a quick selection of what we've made.
As you can see we've been using it a lot, and we will continue to do so mainly because it is so simple to use and also because it really works. The cup is £12.99 which I think makes this is not that expensive that you couldn't buy more than one and trust me, you'll want at least one per family member!
We were sent a ChillFactor Slushy Maker to review.
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