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Rival GC8151-WN 1-1/2-Quart Treat Shoppe Electric Ice Cream Maker, White

by Rival
59 customer reviews

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  • 1-1/2-quart electric ice cream maker
  • Gel technology means no ice or rock salt is needed
  • Double-insulated freezer bowl
  • Clear cover with ingredient feeder
  • Recipes included; 1-year warranty
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Product Description

Make your Own Ice Cream with the Rival 1.5.Quart Gel Canister Ice Cream Maker

Product Details

Product Manual [86kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 10.7 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00005OTYL
  • Item model number: GC8151-WN
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #200,625 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Jordan on November 11, 2005
I purchased this machine at the local Salvation Army for $2.97. I was so excited to get it home. But saddened when I looked at Amazon for reviews and was disappointed to see all the low reviews of this machine. I almost didn't try it. But one review stuck out... It basically said to READ THE DIRECTIONS! So I printed off the manual online (mine did not come with a manual or a box) I followed the directions to a 'T'. I froze the canister overnight in my coldest freezer. I made the Old Fashioned Vanilla Ice Cream recipe in the manual, I made the first part and chilled it for SEVERAL hours. Added the vanilla and whipping cream just before pouring it into the canister. I didn't want to just sit and watch it so I set the timer for 20 minutes and got online to check mail. After 15 minutes I heard the machine struggling a bit. I went into the kitchen and I had lots of fluffy ice cream! I could have let it churn a bit more if I wanted to add some cookies or strawberries, bananas, etc. This is what I have learned:
1) Freeze the canister at least overnight. Better yet, store the canister in your freezer if you have the room. Then it's ready when you need it.
2) Make your batter up ahead of time and chill well.
3) READ YOUR DIRECTIONS (most important)
I think this is a great little machine for the money. I will be making homemade ice cream for my grandfather to go with his pecan pie for Thanksgiving.

Update: I have had requests as to where to download the manual. You download it right here at Amazon. When you are looking at the listing, just scroll down a bit and there is a PDF highlighted in blue to download. Or just "CTRL F" and search PDF while you are looking at the product at Amazon and you should find it.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Bellingham Sun on October 13, 2004
I purchased this used after reading the reviews here, reading the manual on-line at Rivalcompany and I also reviewed other companies ice cream maker manuals on-line to compare and educate myself. I decided to get it because I like to cook, I am a great cook and I like to experiment with new creations! And of course I love ice cream! I felt that whatever problems I may encounter I could figure out the solution and make some great ice cream. I had an old rock salt ice cream maker back in 1987 that I had good results with, but hated having to use the ice and salt. So, I thought this new process of a freezable canister would be great! I have not been disappointed!! It makes great ice cream/frozen yogurt-all kinds premium, regular and low/non fat or no sugar added!! You can also make delicious sorbets! Once you get the basics down it is really quite easy and delicious. Keep in mind it is basically a 2 day process. The manual has 8 recipes with variations which is a great starting place to create your own delicious creations! If you are not a creative cook, but want more variety there are some great ice cream making books out there to help you.

Here are some helpful suggestions for making sure you get ice cream and not creamy cold soup! =)

(1) Crank up your freezer to the coldest setting and put the canister in the back of it. It also helps if you actually have food already in your freezer to keep the freezer temperature colder.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 21, 2003
I purchased this totally on impulse. I've always wanted to try making ice cream so I took the plunge. I must confess. I read the reviews after purchasing it and was tempted to take it back. I read and re-read the instructions and decided to give it a try regardless of the mixed reviews. I purchased the ingredients, read and re-read the directions again. Preparing the ice cream mixture is the hardest part and the most critical. Obviously, if the mixture is not right the ice cream will not be either. I thinks it's misleading when you read the box that you can prepare ice cream in 20 minutes, although, the other brands claim this as well. You envision cranking out ice cream by just pouring some ingredients into the machine. This is not so. Like fine cooking ice cream making is an art and anything worth while takes some time and effort. The machines container must be frozen before you can start freezing the mixture. I took the Cookies and Cream recipe from Rivals website and decided to try that one first. The ice cream is delicious although this recipe is obviously for a larger machine. I ended up with enough mixture to make about 6 quarts. This was fun though since I decided to try adding different ingredients instead of just broken cookies (I used Oreo's but they are too sweet for my tastes) This is actually a really good recipe for plain vanilla as well. Also, the reviewer who said the machine shut off after 40 minutes must have had a defective unit. I was able to freeze two batches one after the other with the same bowl without re-freezing the bowl in-between. The other reviewer who said the ice cream was hard and inpenetratable should turn down their freezer. All in all this is a fine machine and suits it's purpose and is esthetically pleasing.Read more ›
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