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Kenwood ice cream maker less than half price!!! £19.99 @ Argos
Kenwood ice  cream maker less than half price!!! £19.99 @ Argos

Kenwood ice cream maker less than half price!!! £19.99 @ Argos

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Kenwood Ice Cream Maker.
Prepares home made ice cream, sorbet or frozen yogurt in just 25-40 mins.

•Makes 2 pints of ice cream.
•Instructions included.

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Your link doesn't work.

Where is this from? Also the link just brings you back to HUKD.

Original Poster

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4235417/Trail/searchtext%3EKENWOOD.htm

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thanks OP great price, have reserved one

Stock's a bit thin....

Hartley Hare

Stock's a bit thin....



Each of my local stores has at least 5 in stock. Just looked at the reviews on Amazon (where it's £23.99) seems a bit hit and miss, plenty of positive reviews but all the negative ones (apart from the review where it blew up in the first 5 minutes of use) all say they had trouble getting ice cream instead of slush...have still reserved one on the offchance it'll work as expected as have an Argos voucher that needs using.

Hot deal (if you can find one) - can't find any near me

these are misleading for some people - you have to put the base in the freezer for 24 hours before you can make the ice cream - i sold mine after using it once.

Just reserved one in Edinburgh. Heat added.

nitrus

these are misleading for some people - you have to put the base in the … these are misleading for some people - you have to put the base in the freezer for 24 hours before you can make the ice cream - i sold mine after using it once.



thanks for the heads up, not what im looking for

reserved one in Dundee. Thanks

Looks and sounds like another piece of junk you would use once

delicious cant wait to use mine

I think 99% of these things require pre-freezing there aren't many that do the job solely on electric

Nice find, !
I feel a crimp coming on, I scream you scream, everybody Icecream,!

It may be a good price but why waste money on something you will only use once then put at the back of the cupboard?

A lot of these machines require pre freezing, run off batteries or need tons of room in the freezer to put the whole machine whilst it makes the ice cream. The only one that we found does the proper job is the Cuisinart professional ice cream maker. There are a couple of problems to overcome. First of all it is around £200. Secondly the beater blade mechanism is quite noisy. Thirdly it is quite heavy and is about 15 inches long, 9 inches wide and 9 inches tall. If you overcome those then the ice cream you make is second to none. You will never go back. We have one because we have a son who is anaphylactic to nuts and we have a lot of fruit so we can just freeze it and make ice cream when we want it. Just watch out though - the calories are huge. Our standard mix for fruit ice cream is 1 pint of double cream, 3/4 pint of milk, 175g of sugar and 400g of any fruit plus vanilla and any other flavours. My personal favourite is red currant.

An Ice Cream maker is for life - not just for Christmas! LOL

Hope this helps someone.

Ian

Anyone knows how to make frozen yogurt with it?

Good deal. I've got one similar to this and whilst you do need to pre-freeze the bowl, i normally keep this in the freezer as it also makes a great ice cooler. I've had my ice cream maker since my 18th birthday and I use it every summer and probably one of the best presents I have ever been given... a must for those who love ice cream!

Who wants ice-cream in this weather?

Trudgeley

Who wants ice-cream in this weather?



Must confess to making a toss-up between having hot chocolate and ice-cream whilst out shopping yesterday and the ice cream won!!

How about mixing in some Alcohol?, I quite fancy a baileys Icecream.

Hatchorder

A lot of these machines require pre freezing, run off batteries or need … A lot of these machines require pre freezing, run off batteries or need tons of room in the freezer to put the whole machine whilst it makes the ice cream. The only one that we found does the proper job is the Cuisinart professional ice cream maker. There are a couple of problems to overcome. First of all it is around £200. Secondly the beater blade mechanism is quite noisy. Thirdly it is quite heavy and is about 15 inches long, 9 inches wide and 9 inches tall. If you overcome those then the ice cream you make is second to none. You will never go back. We have one because we have a son who is anaphylactic to nuts and we have a lot of fruit so we can just freeze it and make ice cream when we want it. Just watch out though - the calories are huge. Our standard mix for fruit ice cream is 1 pint of double cream, 3/4 pint of milk, 175g of sugar and 400g of any fruit plus vanilla and any other flavours. My personal favourite is red currant.An Ice Cream maker is for life - not just for Christmas! LOLHope this helps someone.Really useful ..thanks!Ian

Banned

me!

These are ideal if you're looking for something to gather dust on the top of your cupboard.
The fact is that making the ice-cream is too long-winded and the flavour is not quite as spectacular as the effort would suggest.

Don't say I didn't warn you!

I reserved and bought mine, thanks to this deal, voted hot. Can't wait to make frozen yoghurt on the weekend, and other more indulgent varieties when I'm not being good. Thanks.

Trudgeley

Who wants ice-cream in this weather?



All the fatties!

Now all the fatties don't need to walk to the shops to buy icecream. They can make it themselves in their own home.

If you read the small print, you'll see it's previously been sold at £24.99.... So maybe not quite the bargain it appears. Good for you if you got one tho', any saving is a saving.

Expired - also sorely disappointed with it... bought one for the daughter as a xmas pressie. Opened xmas day and found no instructions inside - so went and found a recipe online (BBC). Spent over an hour cooking and prepping all the ingredients, and had frozen the base for a day. put everything in the machine and turned it on. Nothing. flipping motor didn't turn at all

Spent the next 20 minutes churning it by hand with a wooden spoon. Aside from now having forearms like Popeye, the ice cream was exactly like HaagenDaaz - so impressed with that - but that had little to do with the machine.
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