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Cuisinart Ice Cream  Maker

Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker

Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker

An electric ice cream maker is a great idea. They take all the hassle out of making ice cream. They can range from $30 to over $100. This particular model cost a little over $90. This one makes excellent ice cream and is easy to use. It has an opening in the top for adding ingredients. It is fairly quiet and is easy to clean. This is a two quart machine giving you plenty of room to make big batches and still add roasted nuts and other goodies. No matter what machine you buy it is important to make sure that you completely freeze the colander.  This will ensure that your ice cream does not come out runny. Another tip to avoid runny ice cream is to start with very cold ingredients.

Donviern Ice Cream  Maker

Donviern Ice Cream Maker

Donvier Ice Cream Maker

Donvier makes a hand crank machine. We have had very good luck with this machine. Even though it is a little more work, we find the results to be excellent. Many canister ice cream makers tend to make ice cream on the runny side. The Donvier does better than most others in creating ice cream that is thick and creamy and not runny. As you can see we have had ours for a long time. Over all this machine probably makes the best ice cream, but is a little more work.

Cuisinart Blender Maker

Cuisinart Blender Maker

Cuisinart Blender Maker

If you need a new blender, or have been wanting a food-possessor I would suggest getting a set up like the one shown to the left. They are less expensive than buying two machines because they require only one motor. They also take up less space and are very easy to attach and then remove. These are general purpose tools and you will be able to use them on a daily basses. These detachable base allows you to refrigerated your mixtures while working on the next thing that needs to be added to the blinder.

 

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