The 6th Day of Ice Cream: The pint cozy

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 19th, 2011


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FACT: Turkey Hill makes a wide variety of ice creams in pint sizes. FACT: Eating ice cream from a pint is fun, but often results in frozen fingers (which isn’t fun).

It’s true, Turkey Hill does make pint-sized ice cream and eating ice cream from a pint does result in a mild but totally worth it case of frostbite. Today’s prize — the ice cream pint cozy — is designed to eliminate the frosty fingers while also insulating your ice cream and keeping it nice and cold. The Etsy seller behind these little ice cream sweaters, A&B Originals, describes them like this:

Our sox are very different from others … they have a bottom. The entire ice cream pint is covered, and the crocheted cover will absorb any moisture from the container as the ice cream is eaten.

We’ll choose one comment from all the comments left on this entry to win this ice cream insulator (your choice of colors — check them out here). As always, we’ll throw in some free Turkey Hill ice cream. Good luck!

UPDATE: If you’re interested in purchasing one of these cozy’s (only $10!), the crafty lady behind A&B Originals had this to say in a comment on this entry: MENTION TURKEY HILL ICE CREAM in your message to seller while checking out and get a 20% discount refunded to you. Thanks again Turkey Hill for featuring my wild and crazy ice cream cozy, I have enjoyed reading all of the comments !!!

 

 

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179 Responses to “The 6th Day of Ice Cream: The pint cozy”

  1. Chrissy says:

    Perfect gift for my ice creaming loving brother!

  2. leecarr says:

    I never had frostbite from eating a whole container, pint size, of turkey hill, BUT it probably is why I have a bigger BUTT than most of my friends

  3. Shelley says:

    that is a very clever idea for eating ice cream

  4. Janice says:

    Such a cute and useful item!!

  5. Shelley says:

    that is a great way for eating ice cream

  6. Leah Page says:

    This would be perfect for those nights when I like to curl up on the couch with a pint of ice cream!

  7. eunice b says:

    Such a cute idea!

    ~eunice b
    tigergal01 @gmail .com

  8. Lisa Hoffman says:

    Love it! No more cold hands…and now no one will the flavor that I am eating so I wont have to share!

  9. Lisa says:

    This is perfect for the winter months, since I get pretty chilly eating ice cream as it is, this will keep my hands from freezing as well.

  10. Tim Lintz says:

    We are such an innovative society. For every thing you think you need, someone has already invented it.

  11. Karen says:

    Very cute I just hope it fits my nightly mug.

  12. wendy crane says:

    cute idea! how about a sweater for the big ice cream containers too when you are too lazy to dish it out to a bowl :)

  13. Bonnie says:

    How clever!

  14. Thanks so much for featuring my Ice Cream Cozy on your blog, contact me please so I can donate the cozy to the cozy winner on your blog !!!! Thanks again !! Angela

  15. sandra smith says:

    Wow! Now a sock for the ice cream container. But don’t hid it- please let me visualize the box to know what the flavor is.

  16. Who stops at a pint? Wish I had the pattern, could make one.

  17. Traci says:

    TURKERY HILL ICE CREAM ROCKS

  18. FranZ says:

    The cozy is really cute. With or without it, I would eat the ice cream out of the pint.

  19. Jennifer Barr says:

    cute idea :)

  20. Carol Y says:

    Sounds like a great idea!

  21. Denise Wilson says:

    Too cute!

  22. pati m says:

    This is different! lol

  23. Mary says:

    Pints are great for sampling something you aren’t sure you like, BUT if you like the new flavor you end up eating the ENTIRE pint.

  24. Anne King says:

    Never saw one before! Would love it; what a novel idea!!

  25. Jim in SOMD says:

    It looks like a Christmas drum. One that the Little Drummer Boy would play.

  26. Rebecca says:

    Oh boy, I can see myself getting some milage out of this one considering how much I hate frozen fingers!

  27. Vijay says:

    Wow, you learn something everyday! I did not know it is possible to get Turkey Hill in pints!! Now, on to the search!!!

  28. Lesley says:

    this would be perfect for me. I love eating all kinds of ice cream especially the pints.

  29. Emilia says:

    Now I’ve seen everything. Interesting concept…if you only want a pint.

  30. Cindy Youtzy says:

    Delicious Turkey Hill ice cream AND warm hand while eating from the carton. What could be better???

  31. sue says:

    a VERY cute idea–perhaps i would pick colors that match one of my favorite teams!!…the Phillies or Eagles

  32. MC says:

    Hope it comes with a matching scarf!

  33. Bob Derkis says:

    Wow, this would be great with my Turkey Hlll ice cream. Now, all I have to find is a “sock” that will fit a “half gallon” of Turkey Hill Black Cherry.

  34. Sally says:

    I’ve never heard of an ice cream cozy. What a wonderful idea!

  35. Katryn says:

    Hahaha, this is probably the best invention EVER.

  36. linda says:

    o-vay! What next? These prizes keep getting weirded every day!

  37. Chris says:

    What a cute way to eat ice cream.

  38. Christine says:

    Very cool!

  39. Mrs says:

    I think that I would need a bigger sox for my bigger container of ice cream. Although, I guess that hopefully I’m not eating All of the bigger container myself ….

  40. Carolyn says:

    That is too funny! A nice solution to my cold fingers!!

  41. Harriet G. says:

    My first reaction when I saw the ice cream cozy was “How adorable”. I do not eat a whole pint in one sitting, but I would use it on pint containers when I scoop out ice cream.

  42. Phyllis says:

    Oh, how silly, cute, and useful all at the same time!

  43. andrea says:

    That’s brilliant!
    I think I need a few to match my different colors of ice cream :)

  44. Ruth Matthews says:

    Sox it to me with Turkey Hill ice cream.

  45. Keely Hostetter says:

    I think my mom would enjoy this one!

  46. Jean Marie says:

    What would they think of next of next!!!!

  47. Pauline says:

    Hmmm…. a pint sized ice cream knitted coat…..strange and wonderful:
    strange outside, and wonderful Turkey Hill ice cream inside!

  48. Betty says:

    could use this

  49. Val says:

    A very oriiginal idea. I love it.

  50. michelle says:

    must say this is different

  51. Elaine Garfield says:

    just the kind of sock I need

  52. John says:

    This could double as a hat for a small dog!

  53. william grubb says:

    send me two…my wife can put em on her hooters before we go sledding…

  54. Tammy Hozak says:

    Some people believe in Santa, but I believe Turkey Hill is yummie ice cream!!!!

  55. mary ann e says:

    BABY! It’s cold outside,as FROSTY would say.So let’s COZY up in side with my mint choc.chip ice cream,Hay,Hay!

  56. Caroline says:

    This would save me from finding a pair of gloves to wear instead!

  57. JC says:

    This would be the perfect gift for my wife, a way to eat ice cream right out of the container and keep her hands warm.

  58. Joann Ferguson says:

    Great idea. I love it, instead of eating only half the ice cream I’ll eat the whole pint or maybe 2 maybe 3.

  59. Norma says:

    Very nostalgic. Reminds me of the old fashioned tea cozy, though that was designed to keep your tea hot, not the best idea for Turkey Hill.

  60. Belinda says:

    I love to crochet but have never ever had thought about this idea. Brilliant!!!!!!! Though love to win it if I can.

  61. dee says:

    What a GREAT idea! Now our hands won’t be cold when we eat our favorite Turkey Hill flavors.

  62. angela says:

    Wow! – Why didn’t I think of that?
    I love to try different flavors in pint size and always freeze my fingers if I don’t have a potholder handy.
    Another “cool” prize Turkeu Hill!

  63. marty says:

    Now I won’t have to give “samples” to people if they don’t know what flavor I have! Great idea.

  64. Judy says:

    My Grandmother could crochet in her sleep. If she was still alive I’d ask her to make these.

  65. Roxane M says:

    This cozy is such a cute idea… I think Turkey Hill needs its name on them. What an awesome marketing giveaway!

  66. Robin Ames says:

    Now THAT is a clever (and cute) idea!! I want to win this prize!!!

  67. george stochel says:

    yep

  68. millie says:

    on the 5th day of christmas my true love gave to me 5 ice cream cozys haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa great for cold hands

  69. rosanne says:

    what a clever idea!

  70. Patti Sherman says:

    Quaint! I am on to the Vanilla with hot fudge sauce today.

  71. pat goodrich says:

    very original and just in time for the cold nights when you are eating turkey hill ice cream and holding the cup in your hand. It beats putting a paper towel around the cup so your fingers don’t freeze while enjoying my favorite ice cream dutch chocolate.

  72. Karen says:

    What a great idea to keep your hands from getting frostbite in the winter!

  73. mary geffert says:

    How sweet is that?! That would save my Sign Language Interpreter fingers while allowing me to enjoy some yummy Turkey Hill ice cream!

  74. Staci A says:

    Love the idea of a pint cozy! The carrot color is great!

  75. Sharon says:

    Awww, an ice cream cozy. How cute is that!

  76. Gayle says:

    On the sixth day of Christmas Turkey Hill gave to me
    a sweater for my ice cream so no one else can see!

  77. EILEEN says:

    OMG – Christmas Eve in front of the fire and TH ice cream in a comfy little cozy! Who needs Santa Claus??

  78. DaNeil says:

    Cozy, crazy, ultimate comfort.

  79. sonya says:

    Very cool idea. Definately could use this so I don’t get frozen fingers when eating my turkey hill ice cream

  80. Nancy says:

    What a great idea!!! Know a lot of people to give this to as a gift:)

  81. Jenn says:

    I want this! It is AWESOME!!!!! What a wonderful idea :)

  82. Lauren says:

    I haven’t commented on the Ice Cream Journal for a while but couldn’t resist saying how awesome the ice cream pint cozy looks! It is something I now need to have! Thanks, A and B Originals and Turkey Hill for the great idea! I hope I win. :)

  83. Kathy Walsh says:

    What an original idea! Love it and my Turkey Hill pints will love it too! A sweater for ice cream, who ever would have thought!

  84. Lauren says:

    Oops – missed a comma ;) – here’s my comment corrected:

    I haven’t commented on the Ice Cream Journal for a while but couldn’t resist saying how awesome the ice cream pint cozy looks! It is something I now need to have! Thanks, A and B Originals and Turkey Hill, for the great idea! I hope I win. :)

  85. carol says:

    I would love to have this warm-up ice cream pint!

  86. Dawn Christopher says:

    sweet wrap for my sweets!!

  87. Christine Loperfido says:

    Love it! It’s like a sweater for an ice cream pint!

  88. Kim Reginelli says:

    I love that! I must go to this site and see them. Wished I would have know about those. Would have made great gifts

  89. Jonathan says:

    Why didn’t I think of this?

  90. joseph says:

    that is so neat.would like to win one.

  91. marie grim says:

    that’s a very nifty cozy. very unique!

  92. Valerie Behlmer says:

    I don’t usually eat ice cream out of the container, but with this I just might give it a try. What a great idea.

  93. Barb says:

    What a great gift! That’s one way to make sure you don’t lose your grip on the pint of Turkey Hill!!!

  94. Linda Schleig says:

    What a great idea !!!

  95. A. Nesler says:

    Now I can eat the entire pint without getting cold hands!

  96. Kim says:

    cute idea….would love one!

  97. Joan says:

    How adorable!

  98. Kevin Hartley says:

    Great idea! Now my hands will be warm while I eat delicious Turkey Hill Ice Cream.

  99. Mary says:

    If I win it I’ll have to drive to a store that carries pints–sounds like a great road trip idea to me! Maybe as part of our PA Farm Show excursion….

  100. Randy Boone says:

    That is totally cute!!! Ice cream!!! :)

  101. Alisabeth says:

    That is soooo cute and would be perfect to keep my hands warm while eating ice cream!

  102. Jen Goodman says:

    This wouldn’t last in my house. We never have leftover ice cream :)

  103. Lisa says:

    I could add this to my collection of hats, scarves, mittens and leg warmers

  104. Kathy Borrell says:

    Good Idea

  105. Melissa says:

    I have never seen anything like that. Creative idea.

  106. Nancy says:

    Ice cream is great any time of the year! What better way to warm those fingers :)

  107. Meghan says:

    this is not only super cute but its a great invention! and it will help insulate the ice cream too to keep it frozen…which means it will last even longer and you get more time to enjoy it…although with a pint, i could polish that thing off in under 5 minutes…and it would even be worth a brain freeze!

  108. Charlene says:

    Very clever. What will be next?

  109. Well, I thought after the Snuggie, and pajama jeans, nothing else could take the cake and wa,wa here comes a blanket for my ice cream. I could use the free ice cream, but seriously I only indulge in half gallons, so if there is one for that size then sign me up. Merry Holidays to all.

  110. Kathy Flaherty says:

    I love the crocheted cover that fits the ice cream container.
    Hands won’t get cold while eating out of the Turkey Hill ice cream container!

  111. Bonnie Aanonsen says:

    How clever! My hands are always cold.

  112. Regina says:

    That’s so cute but a pint is only an appetizer in my house.

  113. Brenda D. says:

    I actually have something like this.it is insulated,like a piece of foam made to fit around the pint container.it works both in keeping the ice cream cold and helping to keep your fingers from freezing and getting all wet from the sweat on the conatiner.i know this one isn’t exactly like that but………just saying.this is the right idea,in a way.

  114. Laura Royal says:

    That’s perfect for me….I hate having cold hands. I love it, so cute too!

  115. Jen Turney says:

    That is sooo cool!!! Very creative!! : )

  116. Thomas says:

    Great remedy for cold finger & Melted ice cream.

  117. Stefanie says:

    Perfect way to enjoy Turkey Hill ice cream even more!

  118. Cinda F says:

    great invention to still enjoy your icecream and not have freezing cold hands Love the red color to perfect for the christmas season

  119. Jean Marando says:

    A pint cozy now that just takes the cake or should I say the Turkey Hill ice cream. Just bought the Whoopie Pie and Peanut Butter vanilla, buy one get one free this week and the weeks not over, yet.

  120. Carolyn Billups says:

    I love the ice cream pint cozy – what a wonderful idea! I have suffered from frozen fingers many times. With the cozy, my fingers will be frosty free!

  121. mindy says:

    Such a cute gift idea!

  122. Bob Kessler Jr says:

    This is practical and useful. If you could knit it would be something you could give as a Christmas gift. You could have a color to match the Turkey Hill flavor you are enjoying at the time. For now I’ll put this on my wish list.

  123. Faith says:

    Reminds me of Grandma

  124. BakerBabe says:

    Have you ever glanced at something, and someone or something instantly came to your mind? Well, that’s what happened with the pint cozy for me. I instantly thought of my deceased Granny who loved to both knit and eat chocolate ice cream (always out of a little blue bowl).

  125. Elaine M says:

    This will lead to additional TH IC for sure! Usually….as my hand gets too cold I know it is time to stop eating!

  126. Chris Thompson says:

    Very coooool

  127. Margaret W. says:

    Now THAT’S a cute idea!

  128. Beverly says:

    What an adorable,innovative idea. This shows that Turkey Hill cares about there consumer,as the cozy sure would help with the cold fingers. Leave it up to Turkey Hill to come up with the newest,most innovative ideas. No other company has ever come up with any thing like this; or the many contests and games you engage your consumers in. Turkey Hill is the best and our local pride shows!!

  129. Emily D says:

    who would have ever thought!!!

  130. Randy says:

    Just got back from Alaska…missed Turkey Hill ice cream…but this cozy reminded me of all the many layers I wore in the freezing cold!

  131. michelle says:

    what a cute idea.. better than using a napkin..

  132. JW says:

    cute idea, I like the grey and teal color options

  133. Julie says:

    At first sight I thought that was a little weird, thinking it might warm up the ice cream, but then I realized how many times I’ve had cold hands eating ice cream from the carton!! LOL Great idea! :) I’ll take one in pink please! :)

  134. Nathalie says:

    YES I NEED THAT!!
    I have had to wash soooo many towels
    from using them to hold my ice cream..
    waste of water… not very green of me..
    this item will help me save water, towels
    yet still enjoy my Turkey Hill!!!

  135. Lisa Lerch says:

    Sounds like a winner to me !

  136. Donna Joyce says:

    Yeah, no more mittens while eating directly out the container (BIG SMILE)!

  137. Christine says:

    I normally don’t buy the pints of ice cream because once it’s gone you can’t enjoy more of the same the next day! I need the big box to make me happy! But on a picnic the pints are super convenient!

  138. carole says:

    wow who would have thought????

  139. lynda says:

    what a great idea.No more gloves eating ice cream by the fireplace.lol

  140. linda says:

    LOVE IT , JUST LOVE IT. WHAT A CUTE IDEA

  141. Paul says:

    I am so sorry that I missed this one yesterday! This is a great little invention. Hope it is patented haha. I think it is great for not only one reason but for both that you mentioned. I would seriously think about getting one.

  142. Melissa Conley says:

    How cute!

  143. Lynn Chamberlain says:

    Oh my. Someone has invented my new favorite thing. An ice cream cozy. I wish I had thought of it. But since I didn’t, how about you pick me to give it to? Thanks Turkey Hill:-)

  144. Tiffany Watson says:

    Very good idea.

  145. Sarah says:

    How clever and helpful! I love it! Now if they would only make one for the large carton of Turkey Hill.

  146. Lucy Lutz says:

    Just the thing for someone who has everything.

  147. Heather Bruinsma says:

    These are too precious! I love that you can choose from so many colors.

  148. amanda says:

    would love to win this

  149. MENTION TURKEY HILL ICE CREAM in your message to seller while checking out and get a 20% discount refunded to you.

    Thanks again Turkey Hill for featuring my wild and crazy ice cream cozy, I have enjoyed reading all of the comments !!!

    Angela (A & B Originals) Ice Cream Sox

  150. sharon says:

    So cute-would definetly keep your fingers warm while enjoying your favorite pint !!!!!

  151. Here is a Coupon Code you can use in my Etsy shop:
    TURKEYHILL

    will give you the 20% discount.

    Angela

  152. CHRISTINE says:

    THIS IS SUCH A CUTE IDEA AND WHAT A GREAT SELECTION OF COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM.

  153. Marion says:

    It’s nice,but I’ve never even thought about buying a small container of ice cream.

  154. Mike says:

    Impractical. I’d be afraid of spilling ice cream on it.

  155. george stochel says:

    yum

  156. Amy Karper says:

    This looks like it would be very easy to hide that you are eating ice cream, when you only have enough for you.

  157. mary says:

    well, that is cute

  158. jay says:

    6 geese a laying (eggs for the ice cream) 5 golden lemons, 4 cones of icream, 3 French Vanillas, 2 Turtle Sundaes and some pear ice cream

  159. Susan Keller says:

    OMG! I LOVE IT!!! What an excellent idea!!!

  160. Maggie says:

    Boy do I need one of these! Save my fingers please!

  161. debbie says:

    merry christmas turkey hill staff. This cozy sweater for my pint of ice cream is a great idea. It will help me to eat more ice cream with out freezing my hands and having to put it back in the freezer till my hands warm up. I love ice cream and can eat it even on the coldest day of winter. Thanks again for the 12 days of ice cream.

  162. John says:

    Insulated ice cream… can’t beat it with a stick (but you can eat it on one!) :)

  163. Marie says:

    That’s neat for my treat!!!

  164. Susan D'Ambrosio says:

    This one is sure to get a chuckle!

  165. Cheryl says:

    Very inventive idea.

  166. Karen Spicer says:

    I just had that problem yesterday but my ice cream was bigger than a pint. LOL This would work for my dish, mug, sundae, etc. Turkey Hill forever!!!

  167. Barbara says:

    Who wouldn’t want to cozy up with a pint using this cozy??

  168. vin says:

    i love turkey hill!

  169. Dawn says:

    Ice cream deserves to be cozy too! :-)

  170. Gloria says:

    What a unique item!

  171. Nancy N says:

    Very clever idea. Would love to try this one!

  172. Kelly says:

    What a fab idea! thanks Turkey Hill!

  173. Jen says:

    If you can’t see the ice cream, do the calories still count?

  174. dee says:

    My Grandma would have loved this idea. Holding the ice cream always made her hands cold.

  175. Angie says:

    This is something I NEVER would have thought of, but how clever!

  176. Ted Miracle says:

    My daughter has just learned to crochet. It would really be cool to give her the ice cream pint cozy with a pint of Turkey Hill ice cream inside it.reedst

  177. Sarah Z, says:

    This would only encourage me to eat the entire pint!

  178. Joshua says:

    Has anyone heard of or used Pint Pal (www.pint-pal.com) before? I’m not much of a crocheter so these seem really reasonable. I was planning to pick some up for friends this holiday. Thanks

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