Interested in getting your own custom froyo experience at the push of a button? Thanks to Wim, the Keurig of Froyo, you can now do that with incredible ease.
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The startup, which began selling their machines a month ago, takes your choice of milk and a freeze-dried organic yogurt mix and turns them into frozen yogurt in mere minutes. Current ice cream machines in the market are quite bulky, require a base that takes up space in your freezer, and can take up to 20 minutes to achieve the perfect ice cream. They also require that you know how to make an ice cream base. If you don’t know how to make ice cream (or don’t have time to) and want to save on time and space, Wim’s is a pretty solid choice. The gadget is about the size of a Nespresso machine and has a clean process where the appliance doesn’t even touch your froyo.
The frozen yogurt choices are also totally customizable. There’s a variety of flavors to choose from on Wim’s website, including Milk & Cookies, Passion Fruit, and Cinnamon Toast. For those of you that want vegan froyo, there’s a trio of flavors (Chocolate peanut butter cup, banana bread, and raspberry) that are made with coconut yogurt for you to choose from. A serving of Wim’s froyo is about 150 calories, with 10 total grams of added sugar, and is about 4-4.5 ounces. Each bowl containing the freeze-dried mixes costs about $3, while the whole machine costs $299.
The customization capability doesn’t end there, however. You can choose any type of milk, from regular to coconut to macadamia, to incorporate into your final froyo product. The result is a machine and froyo experience that you can easily mold to your tastes, is relatively healthy, and checks in at a reasonable price point.
Wim’s website has all of the purchasing options and info you need if you’re down to try this machine out for yourself.