If you're an ice cream lover, your summer is about to get a lot more delicious. With this genius bowl, your after-dinner delights will stay cold to the last bite — without turning to ice cream soup! Right now, you can get this set of two IMEEA Double Wall Insulated Bowls on Amazon for $29 ($14 each) — a small price to pay to keep your ice cream cold on a hot day!
You can get these bowls shipped to you for free if you have Amazon Prime. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).
Trust me when I say these bowls will change your life — or at least how you eat ice cream. They’re made with stainless steel and the double-wall construction provides insulation for the food you serve in them. That means hot food stays hot and cold food stays cold, making them useful year-round. Bonus: they’re BPA-free so you don’t have to worry about chemicals leaching from the bowl.
Perfect ice cream bowl
These bowls allow you to sink into your patio chair and let you enjoy every bite of ice cream without rushing to eat it before it melts, regardless of how hot it is outside. Amazon shoppers are already wise to these vessels.
“These are our primary bowls now,” wrote an ice cream enthusiast who calls these the "best bowls ever". “The insulation works great for hot and cold. They also are THE BEST ice cream bowls. The ice cream doesn’t melt at all!”
But these bowls aren’t just great for frozen treats in the summer. Used for soup, your meal will stay hot, but not too hot to handle.
"After using ceramic, plastic and other bowls made of different materials they all had one thing in common,” wrote one surprised shopper. “They would be very hot if I held them in my hand while eating soup. However, these Stainless Steel double lined bowls were always cool or just slightly warm while holding them. That's a big plus for me. Even eating ice cream did not make these bowls cold to hold. I definitely would recommend these bowls."
Built to last
Got grandkids coming to visit? Don’t worry about shattered dishes — these bowls can take a beating. Because they’re made of stainless steel, they won’t break if you drop them.
“I do not want to replace tableware every few years due to breakage, chips, or stains,” wrote a savvy shopper. “I have had them for a while…the durability makes them well worth the investment. My husband was worried they wouldn't hold much cereal but they hold just as much as the larger bowls he favors.”
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