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Cuisinart ICE-100 Compressor Ice Cream and Gelato Maker
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- Fully automatic with a commercial quality compressor. 1-1/2-quart ice cream bowl capacity
- LWH: 16.73 x 12.00 x 9.33,UC LWH: 13.75 x 17.50 x 13.50,MC LWH: 18.00 x 14.25 x 14.25 inches . Weight : 32lbs
- 2 paddles - a gelato paddle for authentic gelato and an ice cream paddle for creamy ice cream
- 60-minute countdown timer with touchpad controls and a blue LCD readout.10-minute keep cool feature keeps your ice cream or gelato cool after timer has gone off
- 1.5 quart capacity
- BPA Free
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The Cuisinart Compressor 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.
Features and Benefits
Add recipe ingredients to the mixing bowl with the easily removable see-through lid and then watch the mixing process in action.
Use to add your favorite toppings and mix-ins, like chocolate chips or nuts, without interrupting the freezing cycle.
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
- 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.
- Place the mixing bowl into the base.
- Place the ice cream or gelato/sorbet paddle in the mixing bowl so it rests in the center of the bowl.
- Pour ingredients into the mixing bowl.
- Press the Power button to turn the unit on and then set the timer per the recipe. The timer will default to 60 minutes.
- Press the Start/Stop button to begin the Mixing/Cooling cycle.
- Add ingredients such as chips and nuts towards the end of the mixing time once the mixture has begun to thicken.
- Once the set time concludes, the 10-minute Keep Cool cycle will keep your ice cream or gelato cool.
- When the frozen dessert is ready, transfer to a freezer-safe, airtight container for longer storage in the freezer.
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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I decided to fiddle around with it. On the bottom is a black plastic piece held in place with three #15 Torx screws and two tabs. Remove the three Torx screws, press the tabs, and take out the plastic piece, which reveals the drive train. The drive train consists of a small plastic wheel that drives a rubber belt that drives a train of three plastic gears. None of the gears would turn. I squeezed the belt together and felt something pop. A very small piece of hard crap fell out and suddenly the gear train was free . . . I could turn it by hand. I put everything back together and it worked fine for a month or so then I had to repeat the performance. Unplug it, turn it over, remove the bottom plate, fiddle around with the rubber belt and gears until they turn freely, put it back together. All in all, I've "repaired" it five times, tonight being the fifth. I have no idea what causes the drive train to hang up . . . there's no hardened grease or any other foreign objects in the gear compartment. The little piece of crap that fell out the first time appeared to be a piece of dry, hardened ice cream but I could not find any way it could have gotten into the drive train. If I can find a parts list I'll order the entire drive train. Until then, I just keep my #15 Torx screwdriver handy.
UPDATE: Long story...I ordered this machine on Amazon, ICE-100. Love it. Decided to order an additional bowl so I wouldn't have to wash between ice cream batches. I ordered the bowl that they claim goes with this machine, part no. 100BL online from cuisinartwebstore.com. The bowl arrived and it looked identical to the original bowl. HOWEVER, it did not fit!!! It would not slide all the way down into the machine. (See pics) When I measured it I found that the new bowl (100BL) is 1/8" larger in circumference than the original bowl. Called the company. They kept saying that was the correct part for my machine. Finally after talking to about 4 different people, they gave me another phone number to call. This person asked for the serial number shown on the bottom of the machine (hard to see as it is in black raised numbers on a black background). After getting the serial number, she said that I needed part no. 100NBL for this machine. I don't know if there were some defective bowls made that were labeled as 100BL and they had to make new ones and assigned them the number 100NBL or what the deal is, but I DO know that bowl 100BL does not fit this machine as of 02/15/2016. I have not received the other bowl yet. I will update regarding the fit as soon as it arrives.
We've had a couple of ice cream makers over the decades, an ancient Salton that fits in the freezer while it churns and an ice cream maker attachment for a KitchenAid mixer for larger batches. This machine replaces them both without the hassle of clearing room in the freezer for either the Salton, which takes an hour to make ice-cream, or the KitchenAid attachment, where the bowl's gotta sit in the freezer at least a day to freeze a batch.
The ICE-100 is the smaller of the Cuisinart models and fits on the shelf where the older makers sat, both of them on eBay to make room. It is heavy, but well-balanced if you use the finger grips toward the rear. Using chilled mix, it freezes it and in about 20 minutes it's ready to add chocolate chunks, coconut, buttered nuts, bananas or other chunky stuff to make your own Chunky Monkey or Cherries Garcia sans any sugar.
The only somewhat negative comment is that the warning sheet _not_ to tilt or invert the unit is inside the box, and advises to let the machine sit upright for a day if it's been tilted or inverted, which I did and have had zero problems since. The machine is very tightly packed in its shipping box and I set it on it's side, then inverted it to shake the machine out of the box. _Now_ I know that I should have cut the box open at its corners and slipped it off the machine.
We have three other Cuisineart machines, a spice grinder, burr mill coffee grinder, and coffee maker. All four of them are the best of their kind, IMHO, and so is this ice cream maker.
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