The best food baller is the Kmeivol melon baller.
- comfort grip handle
- stainless steel – durable and resists rusting
- heavy duty
- dishwasher safe
What can you use a melon baller for
A melon baller can be used for a few different purposes:
- ball fruit for drinks, fruit platters, or for plating
- cookie dough – perfect size every time
- ice cream scoop – or for making fancy ice cream desserts like Italian Tartufo
Try using a food baller to create small fruit balls to include in cocktails.
You an use cantaloupe, kiwi, watermelon, pineapple, or honeydew with your food baller. After you get a good sized piece of fruit, place it in the drink for added presentation. Your guests will love it.
Another use of a food baller is using it in ice cream. One Italian dessert uses a food baller is a tartufo dessert.
It’s made with using a food baller to get the center – this could be ice cream, ganache, etc.
Around the center is 2 more layers of ice cream. The multi-layered dessert is decadent, and the center is a perfect circle, thanks to the food baller.
Cookie dough is run to roll in your hands to create small smalls of dough, but it doesn’t get the size perfect every time. Use a food baller to create perfect sized cookie balls and your cookies will all be finished at the same time. Sometimes having larger cookies will cause the smaller cookies to burn. Therefore, using a food baller to create cookie dough balls will make your cookies all the same cooking time, every time you bake.
Can you freeze melon balls
You can freeze melon balls of fruit as needed. Frozen melon balls are best used for frozen drinks as they act as an ice cube. They will add a little bit of flavor to the drink without overpowering it since the fruit is frozen. Only freeze the fruit for a couple of days before using for drinks.