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Cuisinart ICE-20 Automatic 1-1/2-Quart Ice Cream Makers

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  • Electric ice-cream maker produces up to 1-1/2 quarts in about 20 minutes
  • Easy to use--no salt or ice required; chills to desired consistency
  • Transparent top locks into place for safety and convenient monitoring
  • Nonstick chamber ensures quick cleanup; instruction booklet with recipes included
  • Measures 10 by 10 by 15 inches; 3-year limited warranty
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Product Manual [156kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.5 x 11.2 inches ; 8.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Item model number: ICE-20
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  • Automatic dessert maker makes frozen yogurt, ice cream, sherbet, sorbet, and frozen drinks in 20 to 30 minutes
  • Double-insulated freezer bowl holds up to 11/2 quarts of frozen dessert
  • Easy-lock lid and large ingredient spout for adding ingredients
  • Recipe booklet included
  • 3-year limited warranty --
  • Product Description

    Creating up to 1-1/2 quarts of ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet, or frozen drinks at home takes only about 20 minutes with this electric appliance, and salt and ice are not needed. After the machine's chilling chamber has been in the freezer for about eight hours the liquid between its walls becomes thoroughly frozen. The chamber then goes atop the power base, the unit's paddle goes into the chamber, the transparent top is locked in place, and the machine is turned on. Ingredients go into the chamber through an opening in the top as the paddle turns. The chamber chills the ingredients to whatever consistency is desired--though dense treats are hard to make because the paddle churns in air.

    Chocolate chips, chopped fruit, nuts, and other special ingredients can be added toward the end. The nonstick chamber makes cleanup a snap. Storing it in the freezer ensures a frozen confection is only 20 to 40 minutes away when the mood strikes. The machine measures 10 inches in diameter and 15 inches high and weighs 9-1/2 pounds. It carries a three-year limited warranty. A detailed instruction booklet including many recipes comes included. --Fred Brack

    From the Manufacturer

    Whatever your style, Cuisinart’s ICE-20 1-1/2-quart automatic ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sorbet maker will help make a delicious frozen dessert to match it! Make fat-free sorbets, low-fat frozen yogurts, rich ice creams quick and easy.

    Scoop It Up

    Imagine indulging in homemade frozen desserts and those delicious "island" drinks made from your favorite fresh ingredients--right at home. Finish a family dinner or celebrate a special occasion. Any excuse will do. The Cuisinart ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sorbet maker lets you make enough of your favorite recipes to please a crowd. It’s fast and easy.

    Features

    • Fully automatic: No need to stir or mix ingredients. Simply place them into the bowl and turn on the machine.
    • Fast and efficient: A heavy-duty motor makes frozen yogurt, ice cream, sherbet, sorbet or frozen drinks in 20 to 30 minutes--without ice.
    • Perfect consistency: Double insulated freezer bowl maintains low temperature to freeze ingredients evenly for smooth and creamy results.
    • Large capacity: Makes up to 1-1/2 quarts of frozen dessert--enough for tons of fun!
    • Easy and mess-free: Large ingredient spout makes adding ingredients simple, safe, and conveniently mess-free.
    • Simple to operate: Transparent lid locks tight and lets you watch the mixing process.
    • Pure indulgence: Add fresh ingredients and turn on the machine. In as little as 20 minutes you’ll enjoy up to 1-1/2 quarts of wholesome sorbet, ice cream, frozen yogurt, and more.
    • Removable mixing arm and freezer bowl wash clean in seconds; base wipes clean with a damp cloth.
    • Heavy-duty integrated motor
    • Double insulated freezer bowl and automatic mixing arm aerate ingredients for light and creamy results.
    • Includes recipe book
    • 1-1/2-quart capacity
    • Limited 3-year warranty

    Bringing the Good Life Home

    Cuisinart products are designed to make life delicious all day long. Specialty items, like our Mix It In soft serve ice cream maker, offer today’s consumers a variety of menu options, and fun and easy new ways to entertain family and friends.

    Cuisinart first came into home kitchens over 30 years ago when it introduced the now legendary food processor. People discovered that routines could be broken and creative cooking quickly became part of the new lifestyle. Preparing fresh ingredients with products that offered easy and interesting new techniques meant healthier meals and more free time.

    Today Cuisinart develops products to make every meal memorable. From breakfast toast and coffee to elegant five-course dinners, the preparation and cooking have become a pleasurable part of the total experience. Today’s relaxed lifestyles and the convenience of Cuisinart products make it easier than ever to Savor the Good Life, right at home with family and friends.



    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    Very easy to use, easy to clean.
    Amazon Customer
    If you use cold ingredients, a frozen container, and put the ice cream in the freezer for a couple of hours after freezing, the ice cream is fabulous and easy!
    Jan Van
    I love all the sorbets, ice milks and ice creams that we can make.
    B. Pfahnl

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    1,454 of 1,468 people found the following review helpful By webgrunt on November 8, 2007
    Color Name: White
    The first several times I used this product, it didn't seem to work--the ice cream never really froze, it just turned into a very cold soupy sludge. I had checked all the obvious things--made sure the bowl was completely frozen, made sure my ingredients were well-chilled, didn't overload it and let it run the recommended amount of time. I was going to return it, but thanks to all the positive reviews here, I thought maybe there was something I was doing wrong.

    There was.

    For flavoring, I was always using a certain artificial vanilla flavor that I like. And because I like it, I use a lot of it. One of the main ingredients of this flavoring is propylene glycol. If any of you who read this are chemistry buffs, I'll bet you're laughing now. Propylene glycol is often used in food flavorings and colorings, but also is used as antifreeze when a non-toxic antifreeze is required. So I was pouring in a good deal of edible antifreeze with my ingredients--next time I'll just use chocolate or something!

    So, if you're having trouble getting your ice cream to freeze and you've checked everything else, make sure your flavorings don't contain propylene glycol!!
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    1,104 of 1,139 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 22, 2002
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    I bought this ice cream maker after seeing one like it on the food channel. I have one of those Rival brand ice cream makers that requires the salt and ice. What a mess! and loud!! This Cuisinart ice cream maker is wonderful! It is quiet compared to my old Rival and very easy to use. You keep the bowl in the freezer at all times, and when you make up a batch of ice cream, you just pour the cream in the frozen bowl and turn the button to ON. In 20 minutes or less, you have ice cream. I am very glad I bought this. I also purchased Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream & Dessert book and a Farberware Millennium ice cream scoop along with this maker and I would highly recommend those also!
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    555 of 596 people found the following review helpful By B. Pfahnl on February 7, 2002
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    I asked my husband to buy this machine for me for Christmas instead of jewelry, and have no regrets! I love all the sorbets, ice milks and ice creams that we can make. It is simple to use, and the results taste great!
    My only complaint is how loud the machine is. I can't really let the machine run while we are having dinner unless I put the ice cream maker far away from the kitchen and dining room. But other than that inconvenience, I can't complain.
    I would agree with the other reviewers -- use cold ingredients, and start your ice cream as soon as you take the bowl out of the freezer. I let my bowl freeze for at least two days before using it. I put it in a plastic bag, and then put a zip-loc bag of ice in the container just to be sure.
    I have a hard time using all of the egg yolks and heavy cream to make true "ice cream" (although a splurge once in awhile isn't a bad thing!). I try to stick to the lower fat recipes. You can find endless recipes and ideas on the internet. I must admit that when in a hurry I just throw together some milk, half and half, real mexican vanilla, sugar, and a pinch of salt (no recipe here, just taste it to your own creaminess and sweetness level) to make ice cream for dessert. It's like having fresh soft serve. Yum!
    If you would like your own ice cream maker, you can't go wrong with this machine!
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    140 of 147 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca of Amazon HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 28, 2000
    Color Name: White
    After several failed attempts, I began to wonder if I would ever be able to make creamy dreamy ice cream at home. Finally, I ordered the right one! This ice cream maker really does work. The only time it will not work is if your freezer is not set to the coldest setting. I keep the freezer bowls in the freezer at all times, that way they are ready to go.

    So, set your freezer to the coldest setting two days before you intend to make the ice cream. I also found the extra freezer bowl to be indispensable. Instead of waiting for the ice cream mixture to cool, simply use one of the freezer bowls to cool it down and then pour it into the second freezer bowl. This drastically speeds up the process.

    I also use the freezer bowl for other items I want to cool down quickly. I use it to cool down Jello when making a Raspberry Mousse. I have been known to place the whole contraption right into the freezer. I guess you are not supposed to, but I am still alive.

    So, once you have everything all frozen, set the machine up and make sure it is on a nice level surface (in or out of the freezer). Then, mix up your ice cream recipe. All you do is pour the liquid into the ice cream maker and with a flick of the switch the paddle starts to turn and in about 20 to 30 minutes you will have the ice cream of your dreams.

    When washing out the bowl, you will notice that you have to use hot water or you may find the cold water starts to freeze on the inside. I recommend placing a piece of plastic wrap over the top of the bowl when storing it in the freezer so there is no need to rince the bowl. I also disobey the instructions and let the ice cream freeze until solid in the ice cream freezer bowl. I found it just works faster that way.
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    199 of 213 people found the following review helpful By Mike F on October 12, 2004
    Color Name: White
    I picked this up at the start of summer. i've made quite a few batches of ice cream. My favorites come from the Ben & Jerry cook book. There are a lot of benefits from making your own ice cream. it's cheaper. It's rewarding. It's healthier too. Even if you make the most decadent ice creams, you're still using all natural ingredients with no preservatives.

    There are some tricks to this machine that greatly help performance.

    #1 Make sure the bowl is frozen. Leave it overnight. Shake it and if anything sloshes, it's not ready.

    #2 Chill all ingredients. Even if the ingredients just came from the fridge, put the batter back in. I test my batter to make sure it's 35-38 degrees before starting. This will make the freezing process more gradual, which means the ice crystals will be smaller. Small crystals mean a smoother texture.

    #3 I let the machine work until there's little or no movement in the ice cream. This depends on how much you've got in the machine, but my recipes make the ice cream expand up above the lip of the container. When ice cream forms over the paddle and doesn't get folded back in, that's when I turn it off.

    #4 Let it firm up in the freezer for 4-6 hours. IT WILL BE SOFT, maybe even runny, out of the machine. I try to avoid runny, so next time either let the machine run longer or your kitchen may be too warm. Why is runny bad? Runny is liquid and you want to try and keep air in the ice cream, so the firmer it is going in, the better. Get it in the freezer fast. Also resist the urge to pack the ice cream down, with either a utensil or by dropping it on the counter. A smooth surface may look nice, but you want to keep air in the ice cream. The air is what makes it easy to scoop and gives it a good texture.
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