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Cuisinart ICE-100 1.5-Quart Ice Cream and Gelato Maker, Fully Automatic with a Commercial Quality Compressor and 2-Paddles, 10-Minute Keep Cool Feature, Black and Stainless Steel

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  • SUPERIOR FUNCTION: The Cuisinart fully automatic ice cream maker with commercial compressor makes lusciously rich gelato and ice cream-batch after batch- the commercial quality compressor-freezer means it’s always ready to go
  • CAPACITY: Makes 1.5-quarts of your favorite ice cream, frozen yogurt, gelato or sorbet
  • CONTROL: 60-minute countdown timer with touchpad controls and blue LCD readout for accuracy
  • SPECIAL FEATURES: 2 paddles, 1 for gelato and 1 for creamy ice cream with a 10-minute Keep Cool feature that keeps your ice cream or gelato cool after the timer has gone off
  • LIMITED 3-YEAR WARRANTY: Refer to user manual for troubleshooting steps and questions surrounding warranty policies – this product is BPA free

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    ICE-100
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    ICE-20P1 ICE-21P1 ICE-100 ICE-30BCP1 ICE-70P1 ICE-40
    Cuisinart Automatic Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker Cuisinart Automatic Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker Cuisinart Compressor Ice Cream & Gelato Maker Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt, Sorbet & Ice Cream Maker Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream, Gelato & Sorbet Maker Cuisinart Flavor Duo Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker
    Item # ICE-20P1 ICE-21P1 ICE-100 ICE-30BCP1 ICE-70P1 ICE-40
    Freezer Bowl Capacity 1.5-Quart 1.5-Quart 1.5-Quart 2-Quart 2-Quart 1-Quart (Double Sided)
    Frozen Treats Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream, Gelato & Sorbet Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream, Gelato & Sorbet Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet
    Ingredients Feeder Spout Spout Window Spout Spout 2 Spouts
    Double Insulated Freezer Bowl 2 Bowls
    Auto Shut-Off 30-Minute
    Easy Lock Lid
    Digital LCD Screen
    Color White White Black/Stainless Steel Brushed Chrome Stainless Steel Brushed Chrome/White
    Recipe Book Included

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    Item Dimensions 16.73 x 12 x 9.33 inches 11.25 x 16.75 x 10.25 inches 11 x 18.5 x 10 inches 15.75 x 11 x 11 inches
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    Product Description

    The Cuisinart Compressor Ice Cream and Gelato Maker

    The ICE-100 Ice Cream and Gelato Maker

    Make decadent ice cream, rich creamy gelato and light sorbet that your family will love, all in the comfort of your own home. The easy to use, fully automatic Cuisinart ICE-100 Ice Cream and Gelato Maker features a commercial-style compressor so you can make batch after batch without waiting. Two unique mixing paddles and a 60-minute countdown timer work to ensure your homemade gelato, ice cream or sorbet has the perfect consistency.

    The included recipe book features a variety of flavors to create with the Cuisinart Ice Cream and Gelato Maker. You can also add in your favorite ingredients -- be it fresh fruits, chocolate chunks, even brownies -- during the mixing process through the see-through lid to make a fabulous frozen treat. Once the timer countdown is complete, the 10-minute Keep Cool cycle begins to keep your ice cream or gelato nice and cool. For optimum consistency, transfer the mixture to an airtight container and chill for a minimum of 2 hours.

    Lid, mixing paddles, mixing bowl, and base

    Features and Benefits

    Transparent Lid

    Add recipe ingredients to the mixing bowl with the easily removable see-through lid and then watch the mixing process in action.

    Mix-in Opening

    Use to add your favorite toppings and mix-ins, like chocolate chips or nuts, without interrupting the freezing cycle.

    Mixing Paddles

    Two unique paddles mix and aerate the ingredients in the mixing bowl to create your frozen dessert. The gelato and sorbet paddle perfectly incorporates air in the ingredients and creates richly textured results with intense flavor. Use the ice cream paddle to perfectly churn for smooth, creamy results.

    Mixing Bowl with Lift-Out Handle

    Anondized aluminum mixing bowl. No need to pre-chill or freeze the bowl prior to use.

    Touchpad Control Panel with LCD Readout

    When the unit is on, the power button is illuminated by a red LED light. The countdown timer can be set from 10 minutes to 60 minutes. The Start/Stop button can be pressed at any point in the Mixing/Cooling cycle to pause the timer and mixing. The same button can be pressed to continue mixing.

    Making Frozen Desserts

    1. Use Cuisinart recipes included in the Instruction Booklet or use your own recipe, making sure your base does not go over the top dasher on the mixing paddle. Gelato and sorbet bases should be no more than 1 quart and ice cream bases should be no more than 5 cups. The ingredients will increase in volume during the freezing process. For best results, prepare the ingredients in a container from which it is easy to pour.
    2. Place the mixing bowl into the base.
    3. Place the ice cream or gelato/sorbet paddle in the mixing bowl so it rests in the center of the bowl.
    4. Pour ingredients into the mixing bowl.
    5. Press the Power button to turn the unit on and then set the timer per the recipe. The timer will default to 60 minutes.
    6. Press the Start/Stop button to begin the Mixing/Cooling cycle.
    7. Add ingredients such as chips and nuts towards the end of the mixing time once the mixture has begun to thicken.
    8. Once the set time concludes, the 10-minute Keep Cool cycle will keep your ice cream or gelato cool.
    9. When the frozen dessert is ready, transfer to a freezer-safe, airtight container for longer storage in the freezer.

    Adding Ingredients

    Ingredients such as chips and nuts should be added about five minutes before the freezing process is complete in order to fully incorporate them into the frozen mixture. To add a chocolate swirl to the mix, slowly drizzle in hot fudge or melted chocolate.

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    4.7 out of 5 stars
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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 21, 2022
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    5.0 out of 5 stars I think if God chose an ice cream maker, He'd pick this one
    By John Sykes on November 2, 2018
    First of all, I am one of those people who *must* read every review of every single product before making a choice. I am the perennial "what if I had done something else . . ." personality. So you know that I read all the reviews, tried all the products, and have come back here to report to you. You're welcome.

    I love homemade ice cream. I love the perfect dance when you get the balance of fats, sugars, and flavorings just right. I love that smooth, delicious taste on a hot day in the summer. I love knowing that I created this, and it has beautiful ingredients and no additives. GETTING that result, however, has proven to be a bit of a battle.

    First I tried the classic "crank mixer." It was, well . . . cranky. Second I tried the electric "put salt and ice in here for eternity and wonder why the heck you don't just go to walmart and buy Breyer's" variety. Exit salt and ice. The frozen bowl was an improvement on both of these, but the cream froze unevenly and at times you have to stop and scrape the sides to keep things moving and avoid getting soup in the middle and icebergs on the outside. Also, the bowl must be stored in the freezer "Ain't nobody got room for dat!" and also cannot make back to back batches. Therefore, if I wanted chocolate and hubby wanted vanilla, someone was going to be disappointed.

    Yes, I suppose we could buy our ice cream like everyone else. We could stand like sheep in line at walmart and purchase Breyers, our heads held in shame. And there is nothing wrong with Breyers. But I wanted HOMEMADE ice cream. It was the siren calling to my tongue. Simple as this . . . nothing else would do.

    So I started reading the small novel of amazon reviews on the various compressor based ice cream machines. And honestly, I'm glad there are so many reviews. These are people who have actually tried the product, not being paid to say it, and what they learned. These reviews are gold. I never buy something without reading the amazon reviews (all of them. See you in a week) first.

    Pros of a compressor based unit: (1) Back to back batches. Since this does not require "freezing the bowl," you can literally freeze one batch, empty it, and go again. It's the Energizer bunny of the ice cream world. (2) The ice cream is perfectly smooth, silky, and creamy, with no "I'm sticking to the side because it's COOOOOOLLLLLDERRRR HERRRRREEEEE" syndrome. No more scraping the sides and trying to incorporate the liquidy middle to the edge where it's colder. (3) No more rock salt and cranking. Need I say more. Cons of compression based unit: (1) They are heavy. Not like, get me a back brace heavy, but like, Kitchenaid Mixer heavy. (2) They have to sit for a day after shipping, to allow oils to recirculate back through compressor. It's ok. Mix up your base and let it chill and think ice creamy thoughts, and the day will pass relatively quickly while you empty out the Breyers with hatred in your heart. (3) They are on the loud side. To be fair, basically all ice cream machines are. This one isn't bad. I had one that sounded like a woman in labor. This sounds like the washing machine, or maybe the low speed of the Kitchenaid. Not bad, but easy to move to the laundry room or mud room if you aren't into background noise.

    NOWWWWW. To add my own two cents after having owned this beast and putting it through the wringer.
    1. The default time to freeze is 60 minutes. It never takes that long for me. I showed you progression photos-- the first is after 20 minutes, the second after 30 minutes, and the third after 35 minutes, when the ice cream got too hard and the crank shuts off (although the freezer part remains on) to protect itself from burnout (I can see this catching on at work-- employees "shutting off to avoid burnout." hehe). This is with the unit turned on and chilled base poured in, without giving the machine time to "cool off" before starting. If I turn the machine on a few minutes before adding custard it's done in a cool 30.
    2. The fourth photo is right after scooping the soft serve consistency ice cream into a Sumo ice cream tub (get these. They fit perfectly in the door of the freezer and have a little "air" compartment around the ice cream itself to protect from crystallizing). I also think it's incredibly cool to whip out a professional looking container for your dinner guests and say, "Artisan ice cream, anyone?" But maybe that's just me.
    3. The fifth photo is about an hour later. The ice cream is soft, but not soft serve anymore. Kind of like when you can't finish your blizzard and you plunk that in the freezer for another hour to finish later. Like that. Yet it was perfectly scoopable, airy, and amazingly AMAZINGLY delicious. And this is a low fat, low sugar recipe. The full fat full sugar ones are even better. You can literally take anything and make it delicious in this machine. I wonder if I can figure out a way to make broccoli sorbet to get my kids to eat it. Take notes. We are going on shark tank people. haha.
    4. One thing I did find is that if I filled the bucket more than half full of base, it tried to overflow on me. My suggestion is to fill the bucket halfway and no more. If you have extra base, save it and do a second round when the first is over. The second batch will freeze even more quickly because the bowl and everything are already cold. Do yourself a favor and don't go above half on the bucket. It will be almost full when it's done.
    5. It's tricky to get the ice cream out with the paddle still in there. I found it was easiest to have 2 spoons-- one for scooping it out, and one for kind of "pushing" it off the spoon into the container (like when you do cookie dough-- one grabs and one pushes onto the sheet). When you get most of the sides cleared out, lift the paddle straight up, and then use the spoon technique again to get the ice cream out of the paddle attachment.
    6. For lower sugar and fat recipes, I found that it helped to chill the base well beforehand. And definitely you will want to freeze these in the Sumo before eating, since they aren't quite as creamy. But darnit they are amazing. You can literally make diet ice cream (lots of recipes on pinterest and the many cookbooks I bought-- David Lebovitz' The Perfect Scoop is my favorite). You can turn protein shakes into ice cream. You can turn fresh, beautiful summer fruit from the farmer's market into gelato, granita, sorbet. Folks, it's bliss. Pure bliss.

    Oh and in case anyone is interested, they sell larger belts here on amazon too. Asking for a friend. *cough, cough*

    *Update* I have been using this machine nonstop for the past year for the most GLORIOUS ice creams, sorbets, sherbets . . . even low fat, low sugar frozen yogurts and just plain healthy frozen treats. I added a few more photos of what the ice cream looks like after you freeze it overnight after churning (more like soft serve right after churning). It is DIVINE with those classic little ripples of beautiful airy loveliness. Sigh. There are hearts coming out of my eyes, beautiful Cuisinart, and they are coming right to you.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Still love it
    By A. Cox on November 27, 2022
    I love Ice Cream. I make a batch about once a week and I have now had this for two years. I make eggless ice cream, using evaporated milk and heavy cream, and stevia (to keep the calories down). I do prefer custard based, which I used to make, but honestly, I'm too lazy, and anyway, I’m happy with the results here. It’s just mix fruit and milk put all ingredients in bowl, turn on and wait, usually 50-60 mins.
    Recently I stared using freeze dried powered fruit, instead of having to produce a braised fruit base. Even lazier. These can produce a very intense fruit flavor (and color), but how much you use is up to you.
    I used to have the separate freeze bowl version, but when that stopped freezing properly, I decided to upgrade (and spend more) for his one. I don’t regret it.
    There are a few issues.
    It’s noisy (though I can still watch tv while it’s churning away noisily in the background)
    You should remove the screwed in base in the bowl and clean it, every now and then
    Don’t overfill, or you’re going to have a mess, and the unit is really hard to clean.
    The plastic top is a bit worthless.

    My favorite to make is my ginger and cinnamon chili ice cream, which might not sound it, but tastes awesome.

    Would immediately replace with the same if it broke.
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