What do you get when you combine Jenga and Ice Cream?

The Cuisipro Ice Cream Scoop & Stack is a pretty rad invention. It practically puts the regular round ice cream scoop to shame. It’s dishwasher safe, cuts through the hardest ice cream and hey, spheres are so last year! Cylinders are the cool thing now.

It’s so easy to use and really enhances the overall ice cream eating experience. I’ve created a simple three step list on how to get the most out of your Cuisipro Ice Cream Scoop & Stack:

Step 1: Insert the Scoop & Stack into your ice cream container. I always find this to be the most essential part of the process.

Step 2: Push the button at the top to release the perfectly shaped scoop of ice cream onto your ice cream cone.

Step 3: Repeat as necessary. (results may vary).

Get your own Cuisipro and stack away my friend, stack away

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1 Response to “What do you get when you combine Jenga and Ice Cream?”


  1. 1 Jamie Jan 11th, 2010 at 5:20 AM

    I think it was Thrifty Drugstores that used to use a similar device at ice cream counters at the front of their stores… It was, like, $0.25 for a single scoop of ice cream, $0.40 for a double, $0.50 for a triple – and this was in the 1980’s!

    The downside is that the scoops are VERY un-compacted. Less ice cream in the same volume. (Of course if you’re trying to cut back your ice cream intake, maybe this is an upside: psychologically it seems about the same size as a scoop.)

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