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The only thing better than homemade ice cream is quick and easy homemade ice cream! With the Cuisinart 2-qt. Pure Indulgence™ Ice Cream Maker you can make luscious ice cream, sorbet and frozen yogurt at home in as little as 25 minutes. This simple-to-use machine makes up to 2 quarts of your favorite frozen desserts or drinks in one batch. The large ingredient spout allows you to let your imagination run wild: add your own fresh fruit, crumbled cookies, candy, or anything else you can think of to milk, cream, yogurt or fruit juice.
Some of us may recall the old days of home ice cream making: rock salt, ice, mixing by hand, and frequently disappointing, inconsistent results. One look at this sleek, fully automatic dessert maker and you’ll know those days are long gone. Everything happens in one place -- the integrated motor, double-insulated freezer bowl and automatic mixing paddle do all the work. All you need to do is dream up your next delicious frozen recipe. The mixing paddle and freezer bowl are removable, so cleanup is quick and easy and you can get right down to the important business of enjoying your freshly frozen creation.
Best Used For:
Making ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet and frozen drinks.
Why We Love It:
It’s so easy to use, which means we use it all the time! The size is convenient and surprisingly compact considering it can make 2-quart batches. We like knowing that we’re using wholesome, real ingredients -- no weird mystery additives like we’ve seen on the labels of store-bought ice cream. Keep a second freezer bowl on hand so that once the kids have had their custom-made icy treats, adults can use the Pure Indulgence to make frozen margaritas!
Brushed metal housing with embossed logo
Removable mixing paddle and freezer bowl
Instruction/recipe book included
Cleaning & Care: Use warm soapy water, no abrasive cleaners
When you put the freezer bowl in the freezer don't forget to wrap it in a bag to prevent freezer burn. Don't confuse heavy whipping cream with regular whipping cream. The ice cream needs to be frozen for a few hours after you finish churning to get the correct texture. It comes out of the machine fairly soft.
You cannot buy a extra freezer bowl separately yet, but it will be available for purchase soon.
Pros: Able to make small batches of ice cream product in about 25 minutes without getting out the big old fashioned and much loved white mountain churn. Can use own ingredients and decrease the amount of fat and sugar in the product if that is your goal. Open top allows you to add ingredients at different points in the cycle. Cons: It does make some noise, not unbearable, just requires an upping of the volume for conversation, so I just plan accordingly. The freezer bowl takes up space in the freezer (but you knew that) and if you touch the inside of the bowl when it is frozen--beware---that's what it is---frozen! and so will be your finger tip. I keep mine in a large zip top bag in the freezer, to keep crumbs etc. from getting in it. Not sure about the studiness of the plastic dasher, but so far so good. You do have to get the product out of the bowl when you think it is finished, or the edges will freeze hard. Overall: Had it about 6 weeks and love the item, have developed a recipe to use up all sorts of summer fruits.....would buy it again if/when this one breaks or fails.
Just made the simple vanilla ice cream. Simple is correct, it was very easy to make. You do need to freeze the ice cream for a few hours if you want any type of firmness. The simple vanilla was easy and delicious.
In the time it takes to eat dinner, soft serve gelato or sorbet or ice cream can be ready! The liners do best when stored in the colder deep freeze, but do a fine job in a regular fridge/freezer. Make ice cream from leftover fruit, some powdered sugar and milk, blended with a simple stick blender--amazingly marvelous, fresh results. And YOU control the contents. I made soy ice "cream" for a nephew with milk allergies and he was in heaven!
What a delightful tool with a small footprint--half the size of a bread machine! A spare liner is a handy purchase if you like to make a couple of flavors back-to-back.
I'm not vegan, but I'm lactose-intolerant but love delicious ice creams. This ice cream maker was a great investment for me since I know exactly what will go into my dairy-free creamy concoctions from now on. I have tried several unique flavors, so far they have all turned out delicious. The first recipe I tried was avocado ice cream. The flavor turned out terrific (fresh avocado, soymilk, soy creamer, sugar, lime juice, tequila)...can't go wrong there. BUT I was impatient and didn't let my freeze bowl freeze completely through before I started making ice cream...SO the mixture never froze after 45 minutes. No fun. The next time I made ice cream I froze the bowl overnight and chilled the mixture of my mint chip ice cream. This time the mixture became a beautiful, delicious ice cream in 20-30 minutes. I like to put the product in a freezable container for a few hours before I enjoy since I like my ice cream hard. But if you like yours soft-serve style(or just can't resist the ice cream), straight out of the machine is fine, too. I've tried a chocolate stout ice cream and coconut-mango with ginger ice cream, and they were all successes.
I gave this ice cream maker to my son and his wife for Christmas. After I researched it on the internet, I checked it out at a store and was pleased with its construction. So, when I asked my son if they'd made ice cream yet, ihe replied in the positive and said,
All I can say is that this was EASY. 2 qts of the best Ice Cream ever in just 24 minutes. The key is really freezing the bowl. It adapts well to all recipe's I've found on the internet, even the sugar free recipe's.
I very much like the ice cream maker. It is easy to use and seems to work quite well. If you like firmer consistency ice cream, it's best to put the finished product in the freezer for a few hours to harden. Only negative point is that the recipe book which accompanies the product is limited; however, you can sort of figure out how to make changes working from the recipe for basic vanilla ice cream.
Lots of fun. Easy to use. Am still playing with the recipes but enjoy the product. Do allow plenty of time for the liner to freeze and time for the ice cream to finish in the freezer if you want it firmer than soft serve.
This product is so easy to use, a dream to clean, and a perfect size. We use it at least once a week to make ice cream, kool aid slushies, and we're working up to gelato. It is a little loud, but not so much that you can't be in the same room. I can even talk on the phone while it is running.
The machine doesn't perform as expected, the ice cream never hardens enouch to scoop it is more like a milk shake. The sherbert had to be put into forms then frozen to be edible. I am extremely disappointed in the product.
I am very happy with my 2 qt Cuisinart frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet maker. On my first trial run I made strawberry ice cream made with fresh strawberries. It was yummy. It froze to soft serve in a very short time ( about 15 Minutes) which was shorter than suggested time. I think it was because I cooled the custard in the freezer for a couple of hours before I put ii in the ice cream maker. My grandchildren sampled it at the soft serve stage and I put the rest in the freezer to freeze solid. They liked it both ways. If I plan things right in the future I will probably try that each time because it did not take as long as I thought it would. I plan to be creative with flavors and maybe even use almond flavored milk. I know my next flavor will be butter pecan which is my husband's favorite!!!!
My family loves this - we've made 4 batches of ice cream so far & each turned out perfect!I'm going to try a sorbet next. I like knowing exactly what is in each batch & being able to control the sugar. Would recomment this product to any ice-cream lover!
I have been wanting an ice cream maker for a long time. This one is very easy to use, but it is a little loud when the motor runs. However, knowing that you are going to have a yummy treat, makes the noise more anticipatory than annoying. Can't wait to try more recipes with low fat and sugar free ingredients.
Good news: I had been holding off buying this product thinking it was just another small appliance that I would use once and put aside. I have found it very easy to use and have tried several recipes that came with the ice cream maker. All very good. I especially like the large opening on the top for the added extras.
My husband and boys love icecream. We are always getting icecream.They would eat it for breakfast if I let them. I got this machine and have made icecream for them. My husband said that the icecream that I made was better than the stores. In 20 minutes I have icecream that I can put in the freezer and serve later and it will serve my family who have to have at least 4 to 5 scoops of icecream. It is nice and I know what has gone into my family. This machine is very easy to use and to clean.