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Cuisinart ICE-25 Classic Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker, White


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  • Traditional styling with fully automatic convenience
  • Makes 1-1/2 quarts of frozen dessert in as little as 20 minutes
  • Transparent lid locks tightly; large spout for adding ingredients without spilling
  • Double-insulated freezer bowl for consistently smooth, creamy results
  • Instruction and recipe book included; 3-year warranty
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Color: White
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  • Item Weight: 8.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
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  • ASIN: B0009VELUK
  • Item model number: ICE-25
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,685 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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Chilly and rich desserts of ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sorbet seem all the more special when they are made in a home kitchen. While this Cuisinart frozen dessert maker is designed to look like the old-fashioned models that require plenty of rock salt and ice and need to be hand cranked, it is actually completely automatic for ease of use and less waiting. The ice cream maker's base is shaped like a bucket, complete with a carrying handle. The freezer bowl and mixing arm fit within the base and are both removable for cleaning. The transparent locking lid lets cooks watch the maker in action and has an open spout for loading milk, eggs, sugar, and other fresh ingredients right into the freezer bowl without spilling them all over the counter.

With a flip of the power switch, the arm starts mixing and properly aerating the ingredients for perfect results every time. Little extras, such as nuts, chocolate chips, or chunks of fruit can be added during the mixing cycle. The heavy-duty motor blazes along to produce 1-1/2 quarts of a favorite frozen dessert in just 20 minutes. However, there is no need to dip into the dessert right away: the bowl can go into the freezer for a while and its double insulation keeps ice cream or sorbet smooth and creamy until serving time. The ICE-25 comes with a book of instructions and recipes (including old standbys, such as Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, and mouth-watering specialties, such as Dark Chocolate Cherry Sorbet) and is covered by Cuisinart under a three-year warranty. --Cristina Vaamonde

Product Description

The Traditional styling of the Cuisinart Classic Frozen Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker will put a smile on every ice cream lovers face. Fully automatic, this frozen desert maker requires only the addition of fresh ingredients and the flip of a switch to make 1 1/2 quarts of ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet, or those fabulous frozen drinks - icy smooth and ready to enjoy in as little as 20 minutes!

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Customer Reviews

It is one of our favorite appliances.
lin
It doesn't spill out of the unit, however, and the freezing process doesn't seem to be significantly disturbed.
JB
It's pretty easy to use and pretty easy to clean up afterwards.
M. Cooper

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By JB on July 26, 2005
Color Name: White
This design was given to me as a gift, replacing a Krups La Glaciere that had worked well for a few years before the coolant began leaking into the freezing chamber. In terms of freezing and mixing ability - the only real differences between ice cream makers at this low-end level - the Cuisinart works very well. In fact, it seems to hold its temperature longer than the Krups model, perhaps due to the extra bit of insulation afforded by "freezing chamber in bucket" design. Also, for those familiar with the Krups, the Cuisinart actually rotates the bucket rather than the dasher; odd at first, but it works fine, and allows for faster assembling of the component parts when you're starting the freezing process. The only (minor) complaint I have is that, if you are making a sizable batch, the ice cream frequently starts to pour over the top of the dasher as it expands, even if you follow the instructions for how high the freezing chamber should be filled. It doesn't spill out of the unit, however, and the freezing process doesn't seem to be significantly disturbed. In short - the Cuisinart is worth the buy, and will produce ice cream that's as good as your recipe allows.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By K. W Beard on December 28, 2005
Color Name: White
This small and simple machine, does just what it says it does: It makes simple ice cream. I have left the container in the fridge, since the day I got it. Anytime the hankering hits, I can have a frozen dessert in 30 minutes. I have made ice cream, fruit ices and gellato. I have had good luck making sugar free and fat free desserts as well, by adding a little alchohol to slow down the freezing and formation of ice crystals. It is a cute, cheap, little ice cream maker that delivers well for the investment.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Arkadin on August 19, 2005
Color Name: White
I've had this appliance for 6 weeks and have had excellent results, making 5 batches so far. Depending on the recipe you use, you only have to mix the ingredients, pour it in the freezing chamber and turn it on. That's it. It also cleans up very easily. I've read the reviews of those who have not had such good luck. I think either their particular unit was defective, the freezing chamber was not cold enough or they used a cooked recipe and the mix had not cooled sufficiently. The freezing chamber contains a sealed reservoir of liquid which, when sufficiently frozen, eliminates the need for the ice and salt used in typical ice cream makers. The liquid must be frozen solid for the unit to work as advertised. Also, some recipes require the mix to be cooked on the stovetop, then chilled for at least 8 hours. If a cooked mix isn't cooled sufficiently, it won't make good ice cream either. I've used cooked and mix-and-pour recipes with equal results. I didn't give it 5 stars because the capacity is too small.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Sam on January 8, 2009
Color Name: White
This is a great, simple product for making delicious ice cream and frozen yogurt! It's a blast to create your own flavors and recipes and reap the rewards.

Two major points of emphasis:

1) You must freeze the empty bucket for at least several hours (overnight is best) before you make anything.

2) You must freeze the products in a separate container (not included) for at least 4-6 hours or overnight before it is the right consistency.

So while it only takes 20-30 minutes to run, it actually requires a couple days planning to have the desserts when you want them. This is just the reality of making frozen desserts and not a flaw in the product.

OVERALL: Highly recommended as a gift for dessert lovers
ALSO: The booklet that comes with actually has a great set of handy recipes you can use as a base to make almost anything you can dream up.

This is my first frozen dessert maker of any kind.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By richard paguirigan on July 21, 2005
Color Name: White
for the price i paid ($49.95) at williams sonoma this unit cant be beat, especially when they threw in an extra freezer bowl for free! i felt it was such a tremendous value that i splurged on a high quality oxa ice cream scoop and williams sonoma ice cream book then went out and purchased the ben & jerry's ice cream book (which i am quite impressed with) too. this ice cream maker does a pretty decent job of creating home made ice cream which tastes excellent. in order to reduce the dairy and fat, i replaced all instances where milk is called for in the ben & jerry's book with soy milk (organic 365 original flavor soy milk from whole foods market) and it tastes as good if not better than regular milk with a similar texture to boot whether served immediately or frozen). i experimented and tried using splenda instead of sugar and the ice cream tasted good coming out of the mixer (not having been frozen), however, if frozen the ice cream developed the texture of ice. i literally had to use an ice pick to scoop ("chip") it out. needless to say, unless you plan on eating the ice cream right away, splenda will not work. i asked a co-worker who is attending cooking school why this happened and he said sugar (the real thing) is required for ease of separation of the ice cream particles which made sense. the only drawback is that the firmness of ice cream once done mixing is inconsistent. sometimes its a nice softserve and at other times it has the consistency of a not so thick shake. i found however that this has to do with the room temperature. its best to make ice cream when the room is not so warm (in the evening) or shut off all the lights and close the curtains to prevent light and heat from reaching the unit.
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