- Product Dimensions: 27.4 x 27.4 x 40.1 cm ; 4.54 Kg
- Item model number: ICE-21
- ASIN: B003KYSLMW
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 2 September 2016
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,85,393 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
Cuisinart Ice-21 1.5 Quart Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream Maker (White)
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- New mixing paddle makes frozen desserts in 20 minutes or less
- Large capacity makes up to 1-1/2-quarts
- Double insulated freezer bowl eliminates the need for ice
- Easy lock transparent lid with large spout makes adding ingredients simple and mess free
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Make Your Home an Ice Cream Parlor
Now you can enjoy the finest homemade frozen treats at home. The fully automatic Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream and Sorbet Maker lets you make your favorites in 20 minutes or less, with no fuss and no mess.
Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream and Sorbet Maker:
- Mixing paddle makes frozen treats in 20 minutes or less
- Large capacity makes up to 1 quarts
- Double-insulated freezer bowl eliminates the need for ice
- Easy-lock lid with large spout makes adding ingredients simple and mess free
- BPA free
Dimensions:Measures 10.8 in. x 10.8 in. x 15.8 in.
A Closer Look: Just add ingredients to the bowl, press on and the machine does the rest.
Take Care: Clean the freezer bowl, mixing paddle and lid in warm soapy water.
About the Brand
When the food processor was introduced in 1973, it wasn't known as a food processor; it was commonly referred to as a Cuisinart. The rest is culinary history. Savor the good life with Cuisinart.
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|Colour||White||White; White; White||White; White; White||White||As Shown in the image||Stainless Steel|
|Included Components||—||Bowl||Bowl||Yogurt Maker; 1 Container and lid; power cord||1||Proctor Silex Yogurt Maker|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||27.43 x 27.43 x 40.13 Centimetres||20.9 x 20.9 x 23.5 Centimetres||20.4 x 20.4 x 25 Centimetres||—||25.4 x 25.4 x 13.33 Centimetres||19 x 19.2 x 23.19 Centimetres|
|Model Number||ICE-21||Scoop 222||Scoop 111||1Goodway0002||GY50||86300|
|Warranty||3 Year limited warranty||One Year||One Year||—||—||One(1) Year Warranty|
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In all probability there will be no such converter easily available. So the next best thing to do is get a 220v to 100v converter - not 110v. Lowering the voltage compensates for the Hz.
If you use a 110v converter the motor overheats and shuts down in 10 mins.
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First I consider my self and wifey are ice-cream lover and addict sometimes!
We did some flavors until now and we will try more
Some comments before you buy it:
Noisy? yes, but not to level that bothers me.
Small for big family? maybe! for two of us we make one bowl every week (depend on feel and desire). you can buy second bowl ( I have it but never use it)
Easy to use? yes, using it easy. The tricky part is what you put in it! ( more explain will come)
Useful tips we did and worked for us:
1- If you love ice-cream heavy, hard, and texture smooth (like I do), You need to use heavy cream with your regular milk. If you are ok with light soft serve, milk with half and half will do the trick.
2- Do not over load the bowl with a lot of addetive ingredients. Its going to be difficult to freeze and unit as one texture. like adding a lot of chocolate ships or a lot of shredded coconut, that is no no.
3- 20 -25 min is proper time, Slightly less than is ok if you put less total ice-cream mix. I don't recommend going more than 30min! why? because the frozen bowl will not stay cold all time and your ice-cream will probably melt down after long time keeping it in machine.
4- Make sure your bowl is totally frozen before you start, shake it to make sure! I usually store it in freezer until I use it again, wash it an back again to freezer.
5- Avoid filling the bowl to the top, ice-cream grow bigger when set and will over flow and will make a miss and hard to clean.
6- *** I noticed that I can increase the hardness of my ice-cream by manually spreading the ice-cream mix to touch all inside surfaces of the bowl while still on by using rubber spatula. I do that in the last 2-3min before I turn off the machine. The ice-cream when start to freeze tend to stop moving or just touch one area inside the bowl and by spreading it you make it set faster.
7- I put in fridge for at least 2 hours before I use it! my wife like it soft and eat it immediately! :(
8- Did I say this? put your ice-cream mix in fridge or freezer for 30-60 min. before you start! the colder your mix the faster and easy to set and freeze inside the bowl
9- Price of ingredients to make a nice ice-cream? will I say fair to ok. As I mentioned, I use heavy-cream for hard serve ice-cream and I buy 1 quart around $6 (and I use it 2 times or two bowls, 2 cups each). you also add the price of regular milk and other flavors and ingredients as preferred.
I hope I didn't miss things. I waited sometimes to review this and try to be helpful! all above mentioned for the ice-cream and still enjoying my ice-cream making for now. I will move to frozen yogurt and I will add more tips to my review. Thanks
my wife helped me with this and added some pictures!
our ice-cream getting better as you see from pictures lol
First the bowl is not dishwasher safe. I will tell you I did put it in the dishwasher once. The dish soap made a reaction to the aluminum on the inside of the bowl. If you do this, wiping it down with hydrogen peroxide seem to help, and I've washed it by hand ever since. I feel like in this day and age, there is no reason to not make kitchen tools dishwasher safe. The paddle and cover can be washed in the dishwasher which brings me to reason 2.
The cover on the machine is cheap. Mine has a big crack up the side. I can not recall how it happened, I never dropped it or anything, but it's just too thin so treat it very gingerly. That being said, it still works perfectly, it's just a little more awkward now.
Those are really the only two drawbacks about this particular machine I have noticed. Now you have to freeze the bowl for about 24 hours in advance, but that's just the type of ice cream maker this is. There are other refrigerated systems that do not require that, but they are in a much higher price range. I have a deep freezer so I"m really never short on the freezer space, but if you only have a micro-fridge, this might be a deal breaker for you.
The recipes tend to be too much volume for this ice cream maker. I always have about 1/2 cup of ice cream overflowing from the top. It gets kind of messy. If you can, make the recipes in two separate batches or try to do it on a day when your humidity is nonexistent. The higher the humidity the more it overflows.
Overall I"m completely satisfied with this purchase. If this did ever break down, I would probably buy this one again. It's a solid ice cream maker and the few drawbacks are not a big enough deal that it would sway me from buying this all over again if I had to do it over.