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Andrew James Ice Cream Maker & Spare Bowl - Voted "Best Buy" By Which? Magazine. 1.5 Litre - White

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  • As voted 'Best Buy' Ice Cream Maker by Which Magazine
  • Make delicious homemade ice creamin only 20-30 minutes
  • Fast freezing insulated bowl with 1.5 litre capacity PLUS additional bowl
  • Extra large ingredient funnel
  • Includes full instructions and delicious recipe suggestions!

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Brand Andrew James
Model NumberAJ0168KC
ColourWhite
Item Weight4.2 Kg
Product Dimensions20 x 24 x 20 cm
  
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ASINB00CGY9FP4
Best Sellers Rank 29,343 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 Kg
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Date First Available22 April 2013
  
 

Product Description

Andrew James Ice Cream Maker PLUS Spare Bowl

*Voted Best Buy by Which Magazine*
*Winner of the Mail on Sunday Ice Cream Maker test June 2015*
*In The Top Ten Best Ice Cream Makers as reviewed by The Independent and The Telegraph newspapers*

If you like the idea of delicious, indulgent ice cream at the touch of a button, then the Andrew James Ice Cream Maker is for you. Create your own mouth-watering homemade ice cream, sorbet or frozen yoghurt in just 20-30 minutes after pre-freezing the inner bowl.

A spare bowl is also included in this pack so you will always be ready to make more ice cream!

As you are in control of the ingredients, you can include your favourite tastes as well as making ice cream that is suitable for allergy sufferers, or give your ice cream a healthy twist.

A generous 1.5 litre capacity means enough ice cream for everyone, and the compact design means the ice cream maker takes up hardly any room on your worktop and can be easily.

With a low noise level motor (65dba) the machine is an unobtrusive and welcome addition to any home and a great way to impress your friends and family with your homemade treats.

The machine has an extra-large ingredient funnel which allows large volumes of ingredients to be added simultaneously. The freezer bowl itself is removable which saves time and avoids loss of product when emptying the ice cream maker.

With delicious recipe suggestions included in the product manual, before long you'll be creating your own gorgeous flavours.

Bowl Size: 17.8cm Diameter, 15cm High

Please note: Scoop and food not included


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I decided on this ice cream maker after reading some very good reviews about it but could not really pay £90. It is a great deal at £30. The spare bowl is also really useful. I have put my spare away but would certainly use it if I needed to make a few batches. However, one day I made some sorbet, cleaned out the bowl, put it back in the freezer for 45 minutes and then made ice cream. The bowl had frozen really quickly and made the ice cream easily.

Very easy to use. The ice cream is lovely. You can really experiment using the recipe book as a starting point. The only thing I seemed to struggle with, but then I am quite clumsy, is pouring the mixture into the chute of the lid. To remedy this, I put a small funnel in and poured the mixture directly into the bowl.
Also, remember to use a wooden or plastic utensil to scrape the ice cream from the bowl. A metal one will scratch it!

I have used up loads of fruit that, I am ashamed to say, may have gone into the bin because it had gone squidgy but I cut it all up, made the ice cream mixture and put it in. I have also made a few recipes using half cream and half yogurt to make the recipe a bit more healthy. Using this maker, you certainly notice the other ingredients added into commercial ice cream. This is a very clean, fresh flavour. The recipe book is good because it contains loads of different recipes using lots of ingredients so you can start to work out what will work and what won't. The recipes in the book make enough for 2/3 people unless I am really greedy so if there are more of you I think you could quite easily make double the mixture and it would all fit in the bowl but would probably need longer to work.

Also, the ice cream maker really does need at least 15 - 20 minutes to do it's magic.
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I bought this to try making my own ice cream. What a fab thing we tried ginger and honey ice cream it was easy to do and fantastic tasting so quick 20 mins to soft servable super fresh ice cream. It makes a bit of a mess but this was our fault we were a over vealous with the ingredients. The bowl which you have to pre freeze needs a standard size freezer draw. As this needs to be frozen with the bowl level. I purchased 2nd bowl so I have one ready at all times.it comes with a basic instruction manual with some recipes so I purchased the Andrew James book too which has ice creams, sorbets and ices of different flavours,swapping suggestions for lower calorie options. Overall good deal and great activity with yummy end product - get one
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What a waste of money - I am now going back to hand churning as the results are more predictable.

I'm finding it impossible to get all the ice cream out of the bowl before a good proportion freezes to the inside of the bowl. There is no way to remove the inner bowl when you've finished churning as there's nothing to grip unless you want frostbitten fingers, and whilst trying to remove the ice cream from the inner bowl before it all freezes to the sides it just spins round inside the outer bowl. I've tried several times, reducing the churning period each time, and today was the final attempt. Churned for 8 minutes, which was not enough for the mixture, but still a great deal was frozen solid around the sides and will not be able to be removed until it eventually melts at room temperature and is then poured down the sink.

Apart from the disappointing results, the actual design leaves a lot to be desired - actually the disappointing results are in great part due to poor design. I have already mentioned above the problem with removing the inner bowl from the outer; also the feeding aperture is so small it's difficult to pour in the mixture without wasting a good deal of it which added to the quantity left frozen solid in the bowl amounts to at least one whole serving!, Oh, and when trying to remove the top, again there is to grip.

I'm loathe to say something is 'rubbish' especially in light of so many positive reviews, but in this case that is exactly how I feel about it. Having spoken to my daughter about my latest kitchen gadget purchase she reminded me that she bought (and returned) an ice cream maker a while ago, which she described as 'rubbish'. Hmm... perhaps I should have talked to her before I bought this!

This gadget has certainly not earned it's place in my kitchen.
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Attracted in particular by the price and the spare bowl. Also found the recipe book helpful though it could be printed on better quality paper. Only real criticism of the machine is that's it's difficult to get the inner bowl out once the ice-cream is made.
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I read the reviews before buying this product so I knew what to expect, I did as I read on the reviews put the spare canister into the freezer overnight, then next morning made strawberry icecream, I wasn't sure when to stop the machine or if it was property mixed but using instinct I stopped it.transfired the mixture into an old ice cream container with a plastic spatular. Then froze it. It was lovely and scoopable after dinner a georgious tasting result.but on my second batch I made the ice cream the night before , removed it from the freezer next day 2 hours before dinner and it was still rock hard totally in scoopable. So my advise is to remove it from the freezer a good 3 or 4 hours before serving if you like it softer scoop served take it out a little earlier than that, either way the result is the same excellent quality icecream. Its already saved me a fortune and I've only had mine a couple of weeks. Like everything else machine based its trial and error according to individual taste to your prefferd ice cream, as for me I'd always highly recommend. Well happy eating and inventing.
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