Yep, the Wim single-serve frozen yogurt maker is just what you're wondering if it is: a Keurig for ice cream. Just add milk to one of the Wim-Bowl ingredient pods, slip it under the appliance's churner, and press start. Ten minutes later you'll have a delicious bowl o' fro-yo sized just for you.
Or sized just for your kid, in which case you can run 2 or 3 more Wim-Bowls through the machine to get your own fill.
Designed especially for the Wim appliance, Wim-Bowls consist of fresh ingredients that have been dried for preservation and transport. When you're ready for some fro-yo, peel back the lid and add the milk of your choice - dairy or dairy-free - to liquify the base, and then freeze the whole concoction into icy, semi-healthy, lookin' pretty delicious goodness. (Though I seriously doubt it could taste as good as Halo Top.)
The Wim appliance's cooling technology "intelligently freezes" yogurt on demand, so you don't have to hog up your freezer with a standard ice cream maker's giant, water-filled churning container. In addition to giving you the fro-yo you want when you want it, sticking with single servings also gives the Wim less liquid to solidify. And that means it's better equipped to drop its own basin temperature from room to -10 degrees C in just 90 seconds when you turn it on.
At printing, Wim-Bowls were available in 9 different flavors, all with a foundation of organic sugar, either organic yogurt or coconut milk, and probiotics. Here are the ones my super-tasting, world-class ice cream palate would like to lick the sugar-laden live and active cultures out of:
- Brownie Batter
- Milk & Cookies
- Cinnamon Toast
- Passion Fruit
You can also get Wim frozen yogurt bases in Banana Bread, Strawberry, Raspberry, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup, and Original.