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Kenwood IM200 1.1 Litre Ice Cream Maker

by Kenwood

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  • Fresh homemade ice cream in just 25-40 minutes
  • 1.1 Litre capacity
  • Fast-freezing insulated bowl
  • Removable clear lid

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  • Product Dimensions: 18.9 x 18.9 x 21.6 cm ; 2.9 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.6 Kg
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  • Item model number: IM200
  • ASIN: B0000C78PZ
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (346 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,935 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

The Kenwood IM200 Ice Cream Maker allows you to use your own ingredients and recipes to make homemade ice cream, sorbet or frozen yoghurt, ready in 25-40 minutes.

The IM200 keeps the mixture moving while it freezes, which aids the creation of smooth ice cream. It makes up to 1.1 Litres per freeze and its wider feed tube allows you to add ingredients during the freezing process.

This ice cream maker has a double-insulated freezer canister that can be kept in your freezer ready for use. The bowl should be placed in the freezer 24 hours in advance and can be cleaned at room temperature with a cloth and warm water.

Box Contains

  • IM200 Ice Cream Maker
  • Removable lid
  • Removable non-stick bowl
  • Instruction manual
  • Registration card
  • UK plug

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    847 of 852 people found the following review helpful By Sir Readalot on 17 Feb 2011
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    I've had this machine for about a month now and made a variety of recipes from luxury ice cream & frozen yoghurts to low fat ice milk. All recipes have been a great success with some tweeking to accommodate the machine. Read on for easy solutions to your every irritation.
    Some folk have had problems with paddle jams, lid jams, runny mixtures, ices that are rock solid from the freezer - I've overcome all of these problems and there are easy solutions which I'll include.

    This machine is small, not for a large family who wants ice cream fresh every night. The exact capacity is 1 litre (yes, I measured it!) but that doesn't mean you get to add that amount of raw ingredients, or that this is the final amount of ice cream you are going to get. Your mixture will increase in size as it freezes. The thicker the mixture you start with eg/greek yoghurt, heavy cream, the more the mixture will swell. In my use of this machine I would advise not making or adding more than around 500ml of mixture into the machine at a time. The paddle will indeed jam, and the mixture will rise well up the sides and cling to the lid. You'll then have some struggle to get the lid off. For thinner mixtures you can get away with the amounts in the included recipe for Low Fat Ice Cream (a nice one but this should be eaten on the day as it doesn't keep well). I have successfully put a large mixture through the machine in 2 batches and the 2nd batch still freezes well.

    Additional utensils in my arsenal are a good ice cream recipe book, a firm plastic jar scraper to get the last of the ice cream off the machine without scratching it, and a set of freezable jelly tubs with lids (these make attractively shaped individual servings and can be stored throughout the freezer taking up less space).
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    289 of 292 people found the following review helpful By J. J. Salloway on 15 July 2007
    After reading some of the reviews I was rather sceptical but my worries were unfounded! The first attempt to make ice cream turned out absolutely brilliantly! I made strawberry ice cream with strawberries, a carton of low fat strawberry yogurt, some double cream and sugar. It was delicious and the texture was just like 'bought' ice cream. (Why should we always compare it I wonder, as if 'bought' is the be all and end all!)
    As it made rather more than I had wanted for two people I put the rest in the freezer and when I took it out again (left it for a few minutes) the consistency was just as good. BUT - read the instructions and BE SURE to follow them! I think that some users have not done this!

    You must put in the mixture when the machine IS CHURNING - as instructed! And do not overfill.
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    246 of 252 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 6 Jan 2005
    I'm not sure if I'm doing something different to the previous reviewers, but my ice cream and frozen yoghurt has turned out perfect every time with the Kenwood ice cream maker. I use the pre-frozen bowl straight from the freezer, and within 25 minutes the ice cream is ready. Yes, the ice cream does freeze solid if you pop it in the freezer to store long-term, but I just take it out and leave it on the kitchen bench for about half an hour before I want to serve it - that's pretty much the same as I would do with any commercially bought ice cream. It's also a little bit noisy, but that really doesn't matter when it's in the kitchen and it's only on for 25 minutes at a time. Overall the Kenwood is a great product for those who want to experiment with making ice cream without forking out for an expensive refrigerated machine.
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    47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By A. Jackson on 26 May 2009
    This machine makes great ice cream - want to read more? Ok then!
    I bought this basically because it is a well known name and it was cheap. You freeze the bowl put the top of the machine on, hit the switch and a while later ice cream comes out (so its an ice cream maker then!)

    I find it works best and quickest by using around a pint or half litre of ingredients. I often use the ben & jerry recipe book and while it will cope with "generous quart" it does struggle a bit and the mix comes out rather soft. Half quantities are done beautifully in around 20 mins or less.

    It makes great sorbet too, smooth, quick and none of the usual hassle of taking mix out of the freezer to stir all the time.

    Get yourself a good recipe book while you're on here (the ben & jerry one works well for me - a litre of choc choc chip costs around £1 to make)then let your imagination run away once you've learnt the basics.

    If you only need a 500ml tub quantity of ice cream this works great every time, a litre will be a bit more than it will really handle so its up to you if you want to pay a bit more for a bigger machine - but bear in mind you'll need more freezer space for the bowl.
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    148 of 158 people found the following review helpful By A. Atkins on 14 Mar 2004
    A cheap and cheerful, standard model with a base container that you have to pre-freeze.
    The key problem I find is that this type of device is that it often fails to work because the paddle jams. I set the electric-driven paddle going, as the instructions require, pour in my ice cream mixture, and leave it to stir for 20-40 minutes. However, time and again, I come back to find that the paddle is not moving, because frozen mixture on the sides makes it impossible for it to turn. This is obviously no good at all - you end up with a sloppy mess that you can't do anything with. The only time I've had success is when I left the frozen base for 30 minutes to warm up, which seems illogical; perhaps my freezer is set too low, so the mixture freezes to the sides before the paddle has a proper chance to get to work. I'd welcome thoughts from other people who've used this type of ice-cream maker.
    When it does work, you get a semi-stiff ice-cream: better than Mr Whippy style, but softer than soft-scoop: you have to eat it quickly, otheriwse it degenerates to little more than a sauce.
    The only other problem with making ice cream this way is that you have to eat it all in one go: if you try to keep it, it will set rock hard back in the freezer and you need an icepick to get at it. There's probably some ingredient to add which will give it "soft scoop" abilities, but I haven't found it yet.
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