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Cuisinart Pure Indulgence 2-Quart Automatic Frozen Yogurt, Sorbet, and Ice Cream Maker, Black

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  • Double insulated freezer bowl holds up to 2 quarts of frozen dessert
  • Brushed stainless steel housing with embossed logo
  • Fully automatic
  • Heavy-duty motor makes frozen desserts or drinks in as little as 25 minutes
  • Large ingredient spout for adding mix-ins
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Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 11 x 10.5 inches ; 14 pounds
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  • Item model number: CIM-60SA
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Product Description

Color: Black

Housed in brushed stainless steel with an embossed logo, this fully automatic small appliance makes frozen yogurt, sorbet, and homemade ice cream in as little as 25 minutes. The frozen-dessert maker features a heavy-duty motor and a double-insulated freezer bowl that holds up to 2 quarts of frozen dessert at a time. Simply add ingredients, turn the machine on, and frozen drinks and desserts are ready in minutes. Its large ingredient spout allows for easily adding favorite mix-ins, and an instruction book and recipes come included. A fun addition to any birthday party or backyard barbecue, the frozen-dessert maker measures approximately 8-1/4 by 8 by 11-1/4 inches and carries a three-year limited warranty.


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Very easy to use and clean.
Ali C.
I made a recipe from the included manual, and one from Ben and Jerry's ice cream and dessert book, and they were both delicious.
The Critic
I've made several batches of ice cream with this now.
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184 of 186 people found the following review helpful By Jules on January 30, 2011
Color Name: Black
I had been using a Donvier hand crank machine to make a fat-free ice milk recipe once a week for the last year, and I was perfectly happy with it, but it didn't make enough to last through the entire week, so I decided to spring for a 2 quart electric model. After some serious research, I gave this a try.

If you've ever made a lowfat recipe, you know that homemade ice milk turns into a brick when fully frozen, and the best you can hope for is to scrape off a spoonful at a time. (Or, defrost it for a couple minutes in the microwave, so you can get a spoon into it.) Very tedious. The continual turning action on this machine makes a much lighter, more aerated version of the ice milk, so it CAN be spooned out after being completely frozen! Awesome!

The canister is about the size of a half-gallon carton of ice cream, so you need enough space in your freezer to store it, but the result is worth the effort. It's a bit noisy, but not more so than any other machine.

If you've had trouble getting the machine to freeze for you:

1. Make sure your freezer canister is completely frozen. Buy a freezer thermometer, lower the freezer temp if necessary, (should be at, or preferably below, 32°F, 0°C), and keep in mind that opening the door frequently raises the temperature dramatically. Storing it in the back helps. Making the ice cream in the morning after leaving the freezer closed all night also helps.

2. Make sure your ingredients are thoroughly chilled. (Not warm. Not room temperature.)

3. To speed up the freezing process, (which would normally take about 35-40 minutes for a full 2 quarts), I covered the open hole at the top with a flat silicone trivet, to keep the temperature stable inside the machine.
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80 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Morgas on January 27, 2011
Color Name: Black
This is my 2nd ice cream maker, and i graduated from using Hamilton Beach 68330R 4-Quart Automatic Ice-Cream Maker

This is a wonderful product, because you can just put the canister in the fridge, leave it.. and when you are ready to use it, take it out, pour the ingredients in, and start it up, i normally make a full batch of 2qt and it comes out in 40 mins. I tend to like my ice cream on the softer side, so this makes it just right for me. If you want your ice cream harder, add a little more cream (subtract milk) and it will come out harder.

Clean up is pretty easy if you let it warm up, otherwise, if it's still very cold, after you rinse it, and try to use a paper towel, it will stick to the insides.

So far i've made 3 batches, and they've all come out perfect. I made Vanilla, Strawberry and a Blueberry. I add a cup of fruit at the end (mooshed up first) and they always come out great.

Just be warned that 2qt is 2qt.. so if you add a cup of fruit, you'll wind up with some spilling out the top over the inner canister. It doesn't make a mess though, because the canister has a groove around the outer part to capture spillage, so i never had a problem with adding a cup worth of fruit.. i'm just saying that it's better to subtract about 1/2 cup of liquid to make sure you have plenty of room.

Initially when you add the liquid you might think there's plenty of room, but after it freezes up in the machine and churns, you soon see that it'll fill it to the top.

all i can say is that without needing to get ice and salt every-time i make ice cream is fantastic, and it's so easy that we tend to make it every weekend now.
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78 of 79 people found the following review helpful By I am on April 14, 2008
Color Name: Black
This is a fun product! You do need to freeze the bowl before use, so as long as you realize that, you should be good. And my first batch was the Vanilla Bean. It was/is to die for. Had I read the directions THOROUGHLY, I would have seen that this particular recipe requires the custard (which you make from scratch) is to be chilled thoroughly prior to mixing it in the machine. This recipe takes a little time but boy is it worth it!! I am sad that the other guy left a bad review for the machine when his beef was with the company's customer service before even ORDERING it. I like the first guy's idea of buying an extra freezer bowl (if you have the storage space). They include recipes for ritas, gelattos, slushies, floats, sorbet, etc. LOTS of fun!
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56 of 65 people found the following review helpful By northkona on March 14, 2010
Color Name: Black
The info Amazon provides says it's fully automatic, just put the ingredients in and it does the rest. That's not accurate, you must do a little mixing work to prepare the ice cream recipe, then pour it into the machine and then it freezes it. I have made some very good ice creams from both ultra-rich recipes and less-fattening ones, with the final hard-freeze happening in individual dishes in my freezer (easier to serve). You can also indulge in eating it as a soft-serve, and not bother to freeze it harder. Homemade ice cream freezes VERY hard in your freezer, so if you go that route, set it out on the counter about 10 or 15 minutes before you want to eat some. It softens up some and also tastes better.

I am concerned about the number of people who said their cannister didnt do the job of freezing the mixture. I think there IS something wrong with their cannister, not the recipe, and not their use of the machine. That's something to take into consideration. If you buy it, try it out right away, a couple of times, make sure all is well, and return it promptly if you don't get the contents to freeze to at least soft-serve stiffness at about 30 to 40 minutes.

Yes, it's a little noisy. You could put it in the laundry room or the garage if you hate the sound it makes. I dont think it's that bad, but it isnt silent, it does growl as it churns.

Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream book is an excellent choice for recipes, by the way. I bought it, and am delighted! For diabetics, Splenda works very well for sorbet and ice cream recipes. You might like to experiment with Splenda, and perhaps add more to your recipe after you try out one or two -- the sweetness does diminish a little, but the taste is still very good, with no artificial flavor overtones.
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