Our fully automatic machine makes 1½ quarts of your favorite frozen dessert in as little as 20 minutes. Add your favorite ingredients and flip the switch for delicious frozen treats.
Machine requires no chemicals, salt or ice and features a removable freezer bowl for quick cleanup. Paddle and recipes included.
Includes: Freezer bowl, mixing paddle, lid and recipes
Material: ABS plastic and stainless steel
Care: Dishwasher safe
Capacity: 1½ qt.
Dimensions: 8½"W x 8"D x 12"T
Warranty: Limited 3-year warranty
Made in China
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This product really delivers! Makes great ice cream in no time. My family likes this easy recipe: 1 1/2 c whipping cream, 1 1/2 c. 2% milk, 3/4 c. sugar, dash of Almond extract, pinch of salt. Great with brownies! You can also half the recipe for small batches, which freeze faster and harder. Enjoy
I took an ice cream making class last year and used the product first hand. After class was over I purchased one and an ice cream recipe book. It was so easy to use the machine. It cleans up well, freezes well!
My family was so impressed I sent one to my mom and she loves it too. I even purchased a second bowl so I could make more than 1 flavor at a time.
I own several cuisinart pieces of equipment and this is by far my favorite. How cool is it to make ice cream or a sorbet on a moment's notice for a party! It has made me a popular gal in the dinner party circuit
I love my classic yogurt and ice cream maker! It is sooo versatile....yogurt, sorbet, ice cream, even bar drinks in 20 minutes or less! For all those who demand ""fresh"" foods, this is the product for you. Clean up is easy too, no muss no fuss.!! Bon Appeti
This is my second Cuisinart and it's even better than the first one. It makes terrific ice cream in a very short amount of time (15 minutes if bowl is well chilled and mix is also) and the recipes work. Have made sorbet and ice cream and both came out perfect.
I've had this ice cream maker for over 12 years it always works great! We have an extra freezer bowl and keep one in the freezer so it's always ready to go. There's nothing better than homemade ice cream, you've got to try it
This is the greatest, easiest way to make ice cream and it is delicious. You do need room in the freezer to freeze the inner container. Once that is frozen just add ingredients, put in paddle, cover and turn on. In 20-30 minutes you have ice cream. It's a little softer than what I like so I just put it into a separate container and place in freezer for awhile. I love this and so do my grandchildren
This is a nice, simple ice cream maker. It makes great ice cream easily and quickly. I have had no problems with the container freezing and staying frozen for plenty of time to make a batch of ice cream. Loved the Banana Walnut recipe in the book. Yum! If you want something with lots of frills, this is not the gadget for you. If you just want to make some good ice cream easily, you won't be disappointed
You will become addicted to making your own ice cream once you try this. It is easy, fun, and I have made all kinds of different ice creams that my family loves. I had to order a replacement one because we accidentally dropped the old one and it smashed, although it kept working for quite awhile even with pieces that had fallen off!
I just got around to trying my new Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt, ice cream & sorbet maker today. My bucket for the ice cream maker had been chilling in my small freezer for about 6 weeks since I had gotten that ice cream maker. I have a side by side refrigerator/freezer. So I barely have enough spare room for the bucket used with this ice cream maker.
I made up a batch of the Chocolate Mouse ice cream starter from Sur La Table. I had the mix well chilled. After turning the machine on, I poured in my thickened mixture. Then set my timer for 20 minutes. I wanted to see how quickly the mixture would firm up in the machine. Was planning to run the machine about 19 minutes. that was a big, big mistake for me! I got the ice cream so frozen, that I had a very difficult time removing the paddle/dasher from the ice cream! I should have stopped the machine at around 13 minutes, 15 minutes at the most. Then let the freezer finish firming up the ice cream. I had a very hard time removing the super hardened ice cream from the bucket. I put it in the oblong Tovolo ice cream container. Was lucky to find a spare spot in my freezer for this extra long container. I would like to find a taller air tight container for storing ice cream that's not so long.
Because i let the machine run too long, I had a lot of hardened ice cream to lick off of the paddle! I thought I'd gone to Heaven, it tasted so good!!
I let the paddle soak in warm, sudsy water for a while before trying to clean it. I needed an old soft bristled manual toothbrush to clean the crevices in the paddle. And clean the top of the bucket rim. Other than that, the cover & bucket clean up very easily in warm, sudsy water. The next time I make ice cream, I will try to remember not to run the machine too long. Then the mixture will be easier to remove from the bucket into my air tight container!
Tried this and returned this stand-alone unit for a mixer attachment style. Other than being stand-alone and a smaller capacity, it's the better appliance. Freezes colder in a shorter time (and yes I compared the entire process and temp of ingredients) - cold enough to make 2 batches in my apt bottom freezer. The attachment needed to freeze a full 24 hrs and, even if not full, struggled to freeze recipe before ""losing its cool."" And, no second batch ever. As soon as I get out of my NYC apt, will definitely ""trade up""
I've resisted the idea of an ice cream maker for a while, because I'm not crazy about one-purpose gadgets. But in this case, I'm willing to dedicate the space in my small kitchen, in exchange for the ability to create my own frozen goodies, with my own ingredients! Reviews say it's easy to clean, which is a bonus!