Why You Should Be Using The Microwave Heated Ice Cream Scoop

Microwave Icecream, Heated Ice Cream Scoop, Heated Icecream ScoopIt’s a warm summer evening and you’re in the mood for ice cream. You just went to your local grocery store the other day and your favorite flavor of ice cream is in your freezer, and now it’s calling out to you, and you can’t resist its call any longer.

You grab that brick of Chocolate Chip Mint Ice Cream from the freezer, and start to gather all the condiments that you’ll need to create the perfect ice cream Sunday.

And then you reach into your silverware drawer and search for your ice cream scoop, and you grab it and as you grip it in your hand you know you’re ready to start scooping ice cream.

And then it happens!

Trying to scoop out some ice cream from that solid brick is almost impossible. And then it hits you squarely in the face like a brick, and you ask yourself why you’re not using a heated icecream scoop?

If you owned a heated icecream scoop you could already be enjoying your ice cream sundae, but instead without that heated ice cream scoop, you’re fighting a battle you know you’re going to lose! And by now, you’re so frustrated that now you’re unable to enjoy that sundae.

A heated ice cream scoop is very simple to use. All you have to do is place it in your microwave for 30 seconds, and then when you remove it from your microwave it’s ready to go. The bowl is heated and ready to use, while the handle stays cool and it’s easy to grip.

Once that ice creamscoop is heated, it scoops that ice cream like its melted butter, and you’ll wonder why you never thought of owning a heated icecream scoop in the first place.

Click here to have a look at our Microwave Heated Ice Cream Scoop.

Microwave Icecream, Heated Ice Cream Scoop, Heated Icecream Scoop

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The Microwave Service Company is based in Sellindge, Kent and provides repairs to Domestic and Commercial Microwave Ovens including 24 volt Samsung Roadmate microwaves.
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