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Frosty Sno-Cone Machine By Euphrates
Remember these? You would get ol' Frosty out on a hot July day after getting back from the pool.
You would fill him up with cubes and grind them into crushed ice which you put in the
funnel-shaped paper cup. Then, empty the syrup (pick from lemon, lime, strawberry,
blueberry, pink lemonade, cherry, grape, orange or pinapple!) packet into the ball of ice
and you have a snow cone. Not as good as the ones that they charge 25 cents for at the pool but
still pretty tasty and just as effective!
Hasbro made the Sno-Cone machines in 1967. The line continued into the '70s and even included a Snoopy Sno-Cone machine. Each machine came with Frosty, a utensil, bottles for the syrup, 10 flavor syrups and paper cups. The basic machines are easy to find and very affordable but the accessories are nearly impossible. Still, when you can find one, a complete or even boxed Sno-Cone machine will only set you back about $35.