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Cuisinart ICE30 ice cream maker

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  • Open lid allows ingredients to be added while in motion for a perfect consistency
  • Makes delicious ice cream,frozen yoghurt or sorbet
  • Large 2lt freezing bowl for healthy desserts in 20-25 minutes,detachable mixing arm,lid and freezer bowl for easy cleaning
  • Fully automatic for effortless preparation,just turn the dial and fill the bowl
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Cuisinart
Model NumberICE30BCU
ColourSilver
Item Weight4.7 Kg
Product Dimensions22.5 x 20.5 x 29 cm
Capacity2 litres
Volume Capacity2 litres
Power / Wattage25 watts
Special FeaturesDetachable, Fully Automatic
  
Additional Information
ASINB001D650FA
Best Sellers Rank 6,537 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 Kg
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Date First Available24 July 2008
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The easy to use Cuisinart Ice Cream deluxe allows you to make ice cream, frozen yoghurt, sorbets and frozen drinks
Simply place the detachable 2 litre freezer bowl into your freezer the night before using it and the next day you can have a healthy and versatile dessert in just 20 to 30 minutes(P)Fully automatic, simply fill the bowl with your desired mixture and press on - no churning by hand.
The open lid allows ingredients to be added while in motion, such as fresh fruit or chocolate chips
The Cuisinart Ice cream Deluxe is also very easy to clean as the freezer bowl, mixing arm and lid are all detachable.

Manufacturer's Description

The easy to use Cuisinart Ice Cream deluxe allows you to make ice cream, frozen yoghurt, sorbets and frozen drinks
Simply place the detachable 2 litre freezer bowl into your freezer the night before using it and the next day you can have a healthy and versatile dessert in just 20 to 30 minutes(P)Fully automatic, simply fill the bowl with your desired mixture and press on - no churning by hand.
The open lid allows ingredients to be added while in motion, such as fresh fruit or chocolate chips
The Cuisinart Ice cream Deluxe is also very easy to clean as the freezer bowl, mixing arm and lid are all detachable.

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

243 of 244 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. E. L. Martin on 18 Feb. 2009
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We received ours in the post yesterday and immediately cleaned and froze our canister so that we could make ice cream today. (We chose pistachio.) Not including the time it took to prepare the nuts- making what we think REALLY IS the best ice cream we've ever had was quite quick and easy. It took about 30 minutes from liquid to firm - then, into the freezer for an hour to firm up. We just scooped our very first serving and are thrilled with the results. My husband is very hard to please....
The components are easy to assemble, easy to clean and certainly sturdy.
There were no signs of the motor struggling, even when the ice cream was quite firm and there were a couple cups of mostly whole pistachios in it.
The ice cream froze quickly enough that there were no perceptible ice crystals. The result was incredibly smooth; Perfect in fact.
One note: Something that worried me at first- When the ice cream is nice and thick, like soft-serve- either serve IMMEDIATELY or transfer to an airtight container and place in the freezer to firm up.
PLEASE NOTE: I was worried because the ice cream at the top and centre of the canister was very soft, whereas the ice cream up against the sides and bottom was as hard as the firmest ice cream you'll ever get from the grocery. I sort of quickly folded these varying textures together, hoped for the best and half expected hard lumps and re-frozen-tasting crystally bits. I need not have worried. After a couple of hours in the freezer, the texture all evens out and the whole batch really is consistent and lovely. I'd pay double for this machine. I just wish I had all the time in the world to try out all the recipes running through my mind!
BUY THIS ONE!
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408 of 413 people found the following review helpful By Dr. K. Johnson on 12 Aug. 2009
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I've had mine now for a couple of weeks. This ice cream maker is superb. I had been considering the type with its own freezer but just couldn't convince myself to spend that much. I'm glad I didn't. This ice cream maker makes ice cream with such a beautiful smooth texture that I find it hard to believe that the expensive models can improve on it.

This maker uses a 'gel' filled bowl that has to be pre-frozen. My last one was the same, but I could not get the ice cream to freeze properly. The insulation on the bowl of the ICE30 is very thick and so it only warms up slowly. It also has a large capacity - 2 litres - so you can make a good amount in one go (and what will do a lot will do a little). However, it is a very large bowl so you need plenty of freezer space. I could not get it on either of the fast freeze shelves of my new freezer so it has to go in one of the drawers.

Unlike most machines of this kind, the blade is static and the bowl turns. I like this, its less noisy and means that there is a lovely big hole in the lid to pour stuff through. However, this means that the main unit is also big so you will need cupboard space for it. On the upside, it looks really smart so is looks fine if you have to leave it on the surface.

I've spent some time struggling to make ice cream with my old machine before it gave up the ghost so here is the benefit of my experiance:

1) THE most important thing is to have the bowl REALLY cold. Check your freezer. My old one was (as we discovered) on the way out so wasn't maintaining a low enough temperature. Ice cream freezes below 0 C so the bowl needs to be very cold. It must be at least -15. I now put my freezer on fast freeze for 4 -5 hours before I use the bowl. This lowers the freezer to -27.
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115 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Ffion Kitchen Gadgets on 12 Dec. 2012
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Length: 3:30 Mins
I have had the ICE30 since June 2011 and it makes the Best ice cream I've ever had.

In the video I show you
How to set it up
How to make a quick ice cream recipe
How Noisy the Machine is
What the Ice Cream is like
How you clean it

OK, this machine is noisy, there's no escaping that, but I've still given it 5 stars. Why? quite simply because it makes the best ice cream I've ever tasted. If you want a quiet ice cream maker, you can always buy a Andrew James Professional Fully Automatic Ice Cream Maker With Built-in Compressor + 128 Page Ice Cream Maker Cook Book. which is a good ice cream maker, but the ice cream just isn't as good as what you get from the Cuisinart. In fact I would be willing to bet that you won't get better ice cream from any other home ice cream maker, freezer bowl or fully automatic.

About the Machine
This is a freezer bowl ice cream maker which means that the bowl needs to be pre-frozen for at least 12hrs before you use it.
Your freezer must be -17oc or below for it to freeze the bowl properly.
The size of the bowl is - Width = 20cm / Height = 17cm
(It's a really good idea to check that the bowl will fit in your freezer before you buy it).
If you've got a chest freezer, or an American fridge freezer you should be OK, but you might struggle if you have draws.
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