Cuisinart Ice 100 Compressor Ice Cream Maker
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This fully-automatic machine is the simplest, most convenient way we've found for making batch after batch of perfect ice cream and authentic Italian-style gelato. It's equipped with a compressor-freezer, so it's always ready to use. Just add ingredients, set the timer – and let the machine do the rest. After freezing, it keeps your frozen dessert chilled for up to 10 more minutes.
- High-quality machine makes 1.5 quarts of ice cream or gelato.
- Precise temperature control and efficient mixing ensure uniform freezing and complete emulsion, yielding velvety smooth frozen desserts.
- See-through lid has an opening for adding mix-ins while you're churning frozen desserts.
- 60-minute countdown timer has user-friendly touchpad controls and an easy-to-read LCD display.
- 10-minute Keep Cool feature keeps your frosty treats chilled after freezing is complete.
- Machine includes two specialized mixing paddles: one for ice cream and one for gelato.
- The BPA-free lid, mixing paddles and aluminum work bowl remove for easy cleaning.
- 16" x 12" x 9" high; 32 lb.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
- Be sure to store your unit in an upright position. Do not store frozen desserts in the mixing bowl in the freezer for more than 30 minutes at a time. Transfer frozen desserts to a freezer-safe, airtight container for longer storage in the freezer.
- Clean the mixing bowl, mixing paddles and lid in warm soapy water. Mixing paddles and lid are top-shelf dishwasher safe. Do not put mixing bowl in the dishwasher or clean with abrasive cleaners or implements. Wipe motor base clean with damp cloth. Dry all parts thoroughly.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by FredinMotul from My new Favorite! OK, so right out of the box, this is an impressive looking machine. So much so, that Hubby, who likes an empty kitchen counter, decided it should stay out and not be stored away each time. Looks great on the counter. So very easy to use. Simple instructions and great results every time! It is Fast and efficient! If you are looking for a great new kitchen tool, I highly recommend this one!Date published: 2019-09-08Rated 5 out of 5 by Tess56 from Finally! I've wanted this for years and absolutely love it!Date published: 2019-09-06Rated 4 out of 5 by stpaul from Solidly built, freezes fast I bought this to replace an old electric that uses ice and salt. Saying that, I can't be happier with how easy it is to make ice cream now - no ice, no salt, no mess, machine is quieter, and I can make batches continuously. What's not to like? Well, there are a few things that I will nitpick. First of all, the machine is fast. I can churn a full quart of ice cream to 21-degrees F (my target temp for the smoothest ice cream) in about 40 minutes. I actually set the timer on the unit to 40 and almost always I hit my target a few minutes before it stops. That's great. In order to find out if I'm at 21 degrees, I have to put a probe in the ice cream. Not a huge deal but the comparable machine made by Whynter actually gives you the ice cream temperature as it is cooling so you don't have to turn off the machine and use a probe thermometer. That's a nice touch that I wish this Cuisinart had. Another thing that I don't like about this machine is the size of the bucket. I wish it was just a tiny bit larger. I have a lot of recipes that make "one quart" or "one generous quart" and I can't fit all my mix in this ice cream maker. The one time I did put it all in, the ice cream was pushing up against the lid before I got to 21 degrees. So I've had to modify my recipes to use fewer ingredients OR I need to churn in two batches. I realize this is a minor thing but I'm only over by about a half cup of mix. I just wish Cuisinart would have given a bit more room for the ice cream to expand. One thing I'm on the fence on is the bucket design. Cuisinart's and Whynter's designs are completely different. The Whynter has a hole in the bucket where the paddle goes down through the middle so the bucket is just a bucket and has no parts that actually churn the ice cream. Cuisinart uses a bucket that has some sort of sealed mechanism. The outside of the bucket has a toothed coupler that slots into a toothed coupler in the bottom of the freezing chamber. The churning paddle sits on a hexagonal piece of metal that spins and churns the ice cream. The good thing about this design versus the Whynter design is that you have a LOT more room to scrape out the ice cream. The bad part of this design is that sealed unit on the bottom of the bucket. I have no idea how that will hold up and I already have concerns because after I have washed the bucket I have found water seeping out from around the gear. If water is getting in, then how long before it starts leaking ice cream? Time will tell. (I wouldn't say Whynter's design is better though. They give you a special shaped paddle so that you can get the ice cream out of the narrow channel in their bucket so they know it's a pain to work with. Nice that they don't have that sealed unit but there just isn't much room to work with the churned ice cream.) The Cuisinart unit is pretty heavy and felt heavier to me than the Whynter unit. So it feels solid. As I said earlier, the unit is quiet and no more noisy than a mixer or other kitchen appliance. It comes with two paddles, one for ice cream and one for gelato which is a nice touch. Finally, despite these small things I really like this ice cream maker and am glad I bought it. If it had a temperature sensor and had a slightly larger bucket for churning the ice cream, it would be perfect. I'm happy with it as is but would be even happier with these design changes. Even so, it's a solidly build unit and I highly recommend it. If you buy a lot of ice cream from the store and have thought about churning your own, buy this unit. You'll be happy you did.Date published: 2019-09-05Rated 5 out of 5 by Ice Cream Queen from Best choice Really amazing! Perfect for amending ice cream recipes for less sugar. Easy to operate, clean and set up. I did alot of research before i purchased and would buy this one again!Date published: 2019-08-29Rated 5 out of 5 by Lraney from Quick and Easy Quick and easy to make delicious home made ice cream.Date published: 2019-08-15Rated 5 out of 5 by James Bond from stellar performance truly an amazing little machine does everything it claims to do would recommend to anyone looking to make small batches of homemade delicacies.Date published: 2019-08-13Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Never freezed Icecream We purchased on Walmart.com ended up returning. We tried several batches, doing different things each batch.. freezing pot over night, putting icecream batch in refrigerator over night, using fruit, not usi ng fruit.. using heavy cream.. nothing worked.. We ran for almost an hour.. Always a cold liquid.. nothing even came close to freezing even a little.. We were definitely disappointed with this purchase for the price we paid. I would not recommend in purchasing...Date published: 2019-08-12Rated 5 out of 5 by msulli0441 from Easy use, makes great frozen deserts Fantastic machine, easy use makes many great frozen products....still exploring the many types of ice creams,sorbets and Gelatos..Date published: 2019-08-11