Korean-style shaved ice with Zoku Slush and Shake Maker

This post is sponsored by Zoku.

Last summer, I tried making Korean-style shaved ice (bingsoo) using a blender, only to see the milky ice cubes I prepared the night before turn back into liquid. I wished for a better solution but wasn’t sold on bulky shaved ice machines. I only attempted making bingsoo again once I learned about Zoku Slush and Shake Maker.

Zoku Slush and Shake Maker transforms liquid into slushy in as little as 7 minutes. All you got to do is freeze the inner core for more than 8 hours, then place it into the protective sleeve. Fill the core with liquid and scrape the wall, and stir. The liquid turns into a frozen treat in minutes. 

I tried making bingsoo with the maker, and the consistency turned out perfect; soft and snow-like. Whenever my kids want a frozen treat, I can fill the Slush and Shake Maker and have homemade slushy in less than 10 minutes. Honestly, it is much better than the overpriced and syrupy shaved ice my kids ask me to buy during summer. No artificial coloring, and made with ingredients I can choose.

Zoku Slush and Shake Maker would be a great holiday gift for kids! My kids are obsessed with it, and I love watching their surprised faces when they see the ice forming. 

You can get yours today at ZokuHome.com and use code whiteblankspace for 10% off.

Korean-style Shaved Ice with Zoku Slush and Shake Maker

Make this Korean-style Bingsoo in just 7 minutes with Zoku Slush and Shake Maker

Course Dessert
Cuisine Korean
Total Time 12 minutes
Author whiteblankspace


  • 1/4 cup water
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 2 tbsp sweetened condensed milk
  • Topping suggestion: strawberries kiwi


  1. Freeze the inner core of Zoku Slush and Shake Maker for at least 8 hours.
  2. In a measuring cup, mix water, milk, and condensed milk until combined.
  3. Take out the inner core from the freezer and place it inside the protective sleeve. Fill the inner core with the liquid mixture.
  4. Scrape the wall of the cup with the included spoon to remove ice from the wall.
  5. Stir and watch it freeze!
  6. Top with chopped strawberries and kiwi for a festive holiday look.

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