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NewAir AIC-210 Commercial Grade 1 Quart Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker

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  • Makes ice cream, sorbet, frozen yogurt and other frozen desserts
  • Built-in compressor/freezer means there's no bowl to pre-freeze
  • Features clean, white finish that complements any kitchen
  • Commercial-quality unit lets you make ice cream just like the pros do!
  • Produces consistently smooth results every single time


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 13.6 x 12.6 inches ; 24.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 30 pounds
  • ASIN: B0055X14K2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,644 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

What's more delicious than a quart of homemade ice cream on a hot summer's day?  With the NewAir AIC-210 ice cream maker, you can now make  ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet, or gelato with professional results, right in your own kitchen.  This commercial grade ice cream maker has a built-in freezer and compressor and makes your favorite frozen treats automatically: simply pour in the ingredients, turn the unit on and set the timer.  You'll get consistently creamy results in less than 60 minutes!

Fully Automatic Ice Cream Maker
The NewAir AIC-210 ice cream maker is fully automatic.  It has a built-in freezer and compressor that mixes and freezes ice cream for you with no pre-chilling required. 

Makes More than Just Ice Cream
The NewAir AIC-210 makes more than just ice cream!  This appliance also lets you create refreshing sorbets, healthy frozen yogurt and even decadent gelato.  A full list of recipes is included. 

Commercial-Quality Design
This ice cream maker is similar to the ones used by professionals and features a clean, white finish. 

Digital Timer & Auto Shut-Off
The NewAir AIC-210 ice cream machine comes with a 60 minute digital timer and automatic shut-off feature that protects the motor by stopping the unit if the mixture becomes too thick. 

Self-Cooling Technology
Self-cooling technology requires no pre-freezing of canisters or bowls. 


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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Ray TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 8, 2013
**Updated 05/09/2013: In my original review below, I reported that the bowl stuck in the freezer when I made a second batch of ice cream immediately after making the first batch. I found a tip from a blogger named Lili Chin that worked beautifully! I'll post a link to her blog in the comments below, as links can't be put in the reviews themselves. Ms. Chin attributes the tip to David Vo: "Wipe down the outside of the canister with alcohol (eg, Vodka) before lowering it into the machine. The high freezing point of alcohol will prevent the metal canister from sticking." Ms. Chin reports on her blog that this worked for her, and I can attest that wiping the outside of the canister with vodka worked for me tonight. I was able to make 4 batches of ice cream back to back and the canister didn't stick at all.**

I've wanted an ice cream maker with a compressor for years and when I found a great deal on the NewAir AIC-210 Commercial Grade 1 Quart Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker, I jumped at the chance.

The AIC-210 is large, but I expected it to be, given what it does. By comparison, the 1-quart bowl for the ice cream looks tiny. Granted, one quart isn't really that much, but it will suffice if you intend to serve it after a small dinner party to just a few guests unless you start early and make several batches.

Setting it up was simple - there are only a few pieces and they fit together very neatly. The instructions on the control panel are conveniently located and easy to use.

I started my first batch by using the recipe for vanilla ice cream that came with the ice cream maker. The recipe made more ice cream than would fit in one batch, so I split the batch. I made vanilla with the first batch and peach ice cream with the second.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JJ on November 10, 2013
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This automatic ice cream maker is perfect for that need for speed !!!
It works great as long as you measure everything as to the instructions.
I have only used it twice but each time was a blast. The end result was perfect ice cream.
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3 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Roberts on May 5, 2013
Just got it this past week and have made tart frozen yogurt twice. So far it has been outstanding, a quart was complete in about 30 minutes. I used good quality Greek yogurt (2% fat), a relatively small amount of sweetener, a little vanilla extract, and some no fat half and half (about 1/3 to 1/2 the volume of the yogurt). Tastes just like Pink Berry at about 1/3 the price!
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0 of 6 people found the following review helpful By nevadagirl1970 on August 13, 2013
I have had this ice cream maker for less than 24 hours and have made 2 quarts of vanilla ice cream (from the recipe in the enclosed book) 1 quart of chocolate gelato (recipe from Epicurious) 1 quart of orange sorbet (modified from the lemon sorbet recipe in the enclosed book)and 1 quart of orange sherbert (recipe from food network/Alton Brown). It has made excellent quality on all fronts is easy to clean and keeps up with ice cream wants of my 19 year old son and all of his friends. I was looking for an ice cream maker after visiting England and France last summer. I am not a fan of ice cream for the most part but the stuff I had in Europe was amazing. I ate it every day. While I would not say it is as good as the "Glace" and "Gelato" I had in Europe I would definitely say it is of superior taste and quality to that you get in the grocery store or commercial ice cream establishment in the U.S. I will say though that the better the quality of ingredients the better tasting and smoother the consistency of the frozen treat. My only complaint so far is the paddle must be carefully held in place while putting the top on or it wont thread properly onto the motor. it's a small thing as I find the end of a spoon fit into the small chute at the top to stabilize while threading it on works perfect. It also can not be tasted while the machine is running because there is nowhere to open it up. you must shut the machine down, test for taste and consistency and then restart if necessary. however, that being said you can adjust the timer as necessary so once again a small and easily resolvable issue. All in all for the price this is a great ice cream maker and if it holds up to my boys for any extended period of time it's a keeper.

UPDATE: I have now had this ice cream maker a little over a month.
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0 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Wambamman on August 3, 2013
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It is quiet while working. It is reasonably fast - under an hour to make a stiff slush.
It is a little fiddly to set up but is easy to clean.
The only down side is that is not easy to test the product while the machine is working.
The price is good. I paid $350.00 years ago for a noisy hard to clean Italian machine.
If it doesn't break, I'll call it a bargain.
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