VonShef 1.5 Litre Ice Cream Maker, Frozen Yoghurt & Sorbet Machine now £16.99 delivered at eBay / Domu + 2 Year Guarantee
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VonShef 1.5 Litre Ice Cream Maker, Frozen Yoghurt & Sorbet Machine now £16.99 delivered at eBay / Domu + 2 Year Guarantee

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Found 28th Jul 2017
Whip up some Ice cream or sorbet in 15-25 minutes?!

This VonShef 1.5 Litre Ice Cream Maker, Frozen Yoghurt & Sorbet Machine is only £16.99 and it comes with Free delivery and a Free 2 year warranty


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Create your own flavours and open up a new world of taste
1.45 Litre capacity double insulated freezer bowl, with extra bowls available for sale to make multiple batches & different flavours. Bowl Dimensions: Overall Height - 150mm, Outer Diameter - 180mm, Inner Diameter - 130mm, Depth - 115mm
Low Noise (65dba ). With ingredient funnel. Size: H:250mm x D:204mm. Easy clean accessories
Free 2 Year Warranty. Registration Required.
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Ordered off ebay - reviews on Amazon are very inspiring.

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thanks ordered looks ok for the price
Got the Andrew James one from amazon for £19. My sister has this one, personally I do see much difference. Great buy
thankyou I have ordered - heat added x
It might be cheap but it will still take up cupboard space, and ice cream makers are one of the least used kitchen gadgets !

Whip up some Ice cream or sorbet in 15-25 minutes



Well yes and no. Mostly no.

The freezing is done by means of a block that you have to put in the freezer overnight (same principle as the ice blocks that you use in a coolbag).

There are various basic recipes but they nearly all involve heating the mixture*, so you need to let it cool before you put it into the ice cream maker- otherwise, it will melt the inside of the cool block before it can freeze (*for sorbets, you usually start with a sugar syrup by heating sugar and water; ice cream usually involves making a custard by heating milk or cream with egg or egg yolk.)

Don't get me wrong, this looks like a good deal. I have a similar machine and the home made ice cream is delicious, although it's such a faff that I don't make it very often. And takes much more than 15-20 minutes.

So... save yourself £16.99 and don't buy this at all. Or spend £200+ on a machine that includes a powered chiller unit.
Hot! Also £20 on Amazon , but with an extra bowl the colored ones
Another one thats used for a week or two then in the cupboard it go.
Always been tempted to buy one of these but wondered if I’d ever use it haha
With this deal I might get it just to try it
Thoughtful

It might be cheap but it will still take up cupboard space, and ice cream … It might be cheap but it will still take up cupboard space, and ice cream makers are one of the least used kitchen gadgets !


Hahahahahaha, so true. :-)

deanpaulwalker

Always been tempted to buy one of these but wondered if I’d ever use it h … Always been tempted to buy one of these but wondered if I’d ever use it hahaWith this deal I might get it just to try it


Hehehe, yep!, same here too, looool. :-)
Make some ice cream with vanilla pods first, you'll find you've just justified buying it.
deanpaulwalker29th Jul

Always been tempted to buy one of these but wondered if I’d ever use it h …Always been tempted to buy one of these but wondered if I’d ever use it haha With this deal I might get it just to try it


That's all it will take - to try once just to find out you need to plan at least 2 days ahead with these. You need to free up quite a bit of a space in the freezer for at least 24 hours to chill the bucket, make the mixture and shill it overnight. Then you need to be very vigilant with amount of mixture to be put in to the bucket, as overfilling will result in not having enough chill to make an ice cream.
If you really think to buy one - think hard and then save up some money and buy machine with refrigeration unit built in. It will set you off for about £200, but it is worth every penny once you start using it, as it will save you money, time and a worry about what on earth mass producers are putting in to those buckets they call ice-cream. I've got Cuisinart as my birthday present and would never had it the other way.
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