Feature Friday | Summer Team Building

What is so special about using liquid nitrogen for your summer team building program?

Your team will enjoy treats from the Ice Cream Making Challenge that are not only fresh to order, but each batch also requires only a few ingredients because servings are made on the spot.

Normally, ice cream needs gums, egg yolks or other stabilizers and emulsifiers to keep it frozen on its months-long journey from manufacturer to distributor to store to your home freezer. The liquid nitrogen used in the Ice Cream Making Challenge allows you to share a healthy delight and go green while building a strong team.

People who have tried these insta-frozen treats enjoy the refreshing taste too. “Because it is a different texture than any other ice cream,” says Smitten customer Claire Kensington,, “it feels like a new experience, like a new treat.”

summer team building

Let us introduce you and your team to a new high tech method of yummy summer team building! Book your event for June, July or August for the coolest summer team building experience.

The Ice Cream Making challenge is a perfect summer team building program for:

  • Relationship building
  • Elevating team spirit and morale
  • Finding the winning balance between planning and execution
  • Allowing the team to play with a purpose

Your team will be divided into competitive groups of 6 participants. Each group member will master one specific ice cream making skill including recipe basics, waffle cone making, equipment instructions, and marketing fundamentals.

Groups will then be challenged to bring together their new skills and develop a brand new ice cream flavor!

Each group must present their new flavor to our panel of judges and one team will be recognized as the Ice Cream Making Champions.


Samantha McDuffee

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