Aldi Ice Cream Maker £14.99, 3 years Warranty, from Thursday 2nd of July
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Aldi Ice Cream Maker £14.99, 3 years Warranty, from Thursday 2nd of July

£14.99ALDI Deals
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Found 29th Jun 2015
Pop the bowl in the freezer for 24 hours, take it out and this clever machine will whip up delicious homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet in just 45 minutes.

• Makes approx. 1 litre of ice cream
• Includes Stirring Paddle and a Cover for any unused ice cream
• Anti-slip feet
• Detachable motor for easy cleaning
• Approx. 1.6m cable length
• Available in Mint, Berry or White
• 20.4 x 20.4 x 22.5cm

19 Comments

From experience, you will use it once or twice then it will gather dust, great in theory but a pain in practice.

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banterbanter

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I think it's quite cool

jpram

From experience, you will use it once or twice then it will gather dust, … From experience, you will use it once or twice then it will gather dust, great in theory but a pain in practice.


well at this time of year my kenwood ice cream maker is used at least once per week. I get free free range eggs and being diabetic i can make sugar free ice cream very cheaply and a lot tastier that what i can buy

another kitchen side filler

a 'cool', but completely unnecessary product, considering how easy it is to make ice cream without this, plus the ice cream made by the person demonstrating the product didn't exactly thrill me, considering there is only enough for one person. I'm voting hot because the rules reverse here, lol

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alexanderthenotsogreat

a 'cool', but completely unnecessary product, considering how easy it is … a 'cool', but completely unnecessary product, considering how easy it is to make ice cream without this, plus the ice cream made by the person demonstrating the product didn't exactly thrill me, considering there is only enough for one person. I'm voting hot because the rules reverse here, lol



I don't think 1 L of ice cream is just for one person, unless you are a supreme ice cream fan.
I could never sit through a whole tub of Ben and Jerry's, let alone two. You must really like your ice cream!

I think it comes in quite handy for the upcoming heat wave, when the freezers at the supermarkets will be empty.

Tempting but I know myself , I can't promise I will keep using it ....

The video they show seemed to produce very runny ice cream!!

Any actual users of this maker here?

Pop the bowl in the freezer for 24 hours, take it out and this clever … Pop the bowl in the freezer for 24 hours, take it out and this clever machine will whip up delicious homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet in just 45 minutes.



Or you could just put whatever you want to eat in the freezer for those 24 hours and save yourself a hassle of cleaning this contraption.

On the other hand I just threw away that juice making machine we bought 9 years ago and used twice and this could fill new gap in the cupboard perfectly.

Some people actually buy these gadgets & use them regularly. Just because some of you wasters don't.......

BenderRodriguez

Or you could just put whatever you want to eat in the freezer for those … Or you could just put whatever you want to eat in the freezer for those 24 hours and save yourself a hassle of cleaning this contraption.


If you put custard in the freezer without churning it, well it won't exactly be ice cream.

BenderRodriguez

Or you could just put whatever you want to eat in the freezer for those … Or you could just put whatever you want to eat in the freezer for those 24 hours and save yourself a hassle of cleaning this contraption.


guess you never made ice cream then as this will not work as you will get huge ice crystals forming unless you remove it from the freezer and whip it a few times as it freezes which is what this machine does.

this plastic or steel?

Sphere

The video they show seemed to produce very runny ice cream!!



I have a very similar model to this and use my own recipe:

1. Cut up into pieces approximately 1/3 of a single sheet vegetarian gelatin.
2. Heat the milk (don't boil) and add the gelatin.
3. Stir throughly until dissolved and allow to cool in the fridge, preferably overnight. It will take on a jelly-like consistency, this is normal.
4. When cooled add to the mix as per instructions.

jpram

From experience, you will use it once or twice then it will gather dust, … From experience, you will use it once or twice then it will gather dust, great in theory but a pain in practice.



Yep...used mine twice. The biggest pain is finding room for the bowl in the freezer.

Banned

She is clearly enjoying it
http://i.imgur.com/fgZMTt6.gif
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