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Cuisinart ICE30 Ice cream maker - electric shopping £52.99
Cuisinart ICE30 Ice cream maker - electric shopping £52.99

Cuisinart ICE30 Ice cream maker - electric shopping £52.99

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Amazon have it at £61.97 as do 24/7. Tesco and HoF have it at over 70 quids!

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I would love one were you dont need to leave in the fridge, but so expensive

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canada16

I would love one were you dont need to leave in the fridge, but so … I would love one were you dont need to leave in the fridge, but so expensive


Totally agree. Fancied making my own and the ratings have convinced me this was the ideal starting point.
Been watching the price for a while.

Rhydal

Totally agree. Fancied making my own and the ratings have convinced me … Totally agree. Fancied making my own and the ratings have convinced me this was the ideal starting point. Been watching the price for a while.



Meant freezer.. LOL, Not going to get very far in a fridge.. ha ha

Never had any luck with ice cream makers.

Leave the bowls to freeze overnight, they're fully frozen when I get them out to use them. Pour the mixture in, set them going for a long time until the mixture stops getting thicker...

I almost never get them thicker than "McDonalds Milkshake" and finishing them off in the freezer just results in the standard block of concrete with large ice crystals.

This looks nice for using without a freezer...but twice the price:

cutebitz.com/cui…htm

Love ice cream Good price

Found it a bit cheaper overstock.com/Hom…635
Edited by: "CloudCuckooLand" 29th Nov 2011

If you want ice cream, you want some ice cream, you 'might' be willing to wait an hour or so but.... waiting over night then another hour mixing and yet another hour or so waiting for it to 'finish off' in the Freezer.....???? It's ridiculous! Unless you're prepared to spend serious money on a Ice Cream Maker that doesn't require the ludicrous 'over night bowl freezing', I suggest you get your ice cream in a cone or a tub. These things just aren't worth the hassle.

You could buy alot o Häagen-Dazs for £50. And if it becomes economical to use this your eating too much ice cream!

CloudCuckooLand

This looks nice for using without a freezer...but twice the … This looks nice for using without a freezer...but twice the price:http://www.cutebitz.com/cuisinart_ice_45_ice_cream_maker.htmLove ice cream Good price


Out of Stock and STILL requires over night freezing.

Simply place the detachable 1.5 litre freezer bowl into your freezer the … Simply place the detachable 1.5 litre freezer bowl into your freezer the night before using

Original Poster

This is more to do with tailoring the ice cream to your taste in terms of ingredients, freshness of fruit added and level of fat content. I'm interested in making lower fat gelato so I can eat more of it.

I believe you can make frozen desserts with just about any thickish dairy mix. I remember making one with a mix of milk, fruit and fromage frais the old fashioned way (stcking the mix straight in the freezer and giving it a heavy stir every hour or so). Seem to remember it coming out fairly well.

a real scoop

We got this model for a wedding gift in the summer and have used it weekly usually for some nice icrecram with sunday dinner. Easy to use and some wierd and wonderfull recipies can be found online, making your own is half the fun. Heat from me.

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middla

a real scoop


And I had hoped it would exceed 99 degrees.

abigsmurf

I believe you can make frozen desserts with just about any thickish dairy … I believe you can make frozen desserts with just about any thickish dairy mix. I remember making one with a mix of milk, fruit and fromage frais the old fashioned way (stcking the mix straight in the freezer and giving it a heavy stir every hour or so). Seem to remember it coming out fairly well.


You can also make it without the dairy (for those who can't have it), I've made really great ice creams using soaked cashew nuts. I know that sounds nuts but surprisingly good.

scrapsnz

You can also make it without the dairy (for those who can't have it), … You can also make it without the dairy (for those who can't have it), I've made really great ice creams using soaked cashew nuts. I know that sounds nuts but surprisingly good.


And therefore not ice 'cream'.

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Mine has arrived and the wife insists I can't have it til Christmas. Boo. I want Smartie and liquorice ice cream now.
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