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Hamilton Beach 68330N 4-Quart Automatic Ice-Cream Maker,Cream
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- Ice-cream maker produces up to 4 quarts in 20 to 40 minutes
- Fully automatic operation--no labor-intensive stirring required
- Makes homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt, custard, sherbet, and gelato
- Easy-lock lid; hand wash; user manual with 20 recipes included
- Measures approximately 15.3 x 12.5 x 11.1 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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The 4 Quart Ice Cream Maker is perfect for special occasions like birthdays, summer parties, or vacations. Fill it with fresh ingredients from the farmer’s market or grocery store and create a one-of-a-kind treat that everyone will appreciate.
Hamilton Beach 68330R 4-Quart Automatic Ice-Cream Maker, White
With Hamilton Beach Ice Cream Makers, you can enjoy creating homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet and gelato in your own kitchen. Just add your favorite ingredients, sit back and relax — you'll be scooping delicious ice-cold desserts in no time.
Smart design touches make Hamilton Beach Ice Cream Makers easy to use, even if you're a beginner. Simple-to-follow recipes are included with these popular ice cream makers, so your family can make all kinds of delectable treats right from the start.
- Makes 4 quarts of ice cream, frozen yogurt, or sorbet.
- Just add ingredients, ice, and rock salt — it does all the work and stops when ready — no stirring needed.
- Over 20 recipes included: try the ones inside or create your own unique taste by mixing in candy, cookies, or fresh fruit.
- Easy-lock lid.
Top Customer Reviews
2nd. Simple to use. Really well designed. Can't for the life of me understand people sticking plastic orange juice container parts to "fix" it. If it doesn't work, bring it back! Otherwise, top only goes on one way, and there's a locking feature that means that the unit must be properly assembled to fit correctly.
3rd. For people saying "it uses a lot of ice, and I had to run to the store . . . " my lord people, are we that helpless? You own a freezer, right? Make your own ice. All it takes is just a bit of planning. Just a bit people, not invading-Soviet Russia level planning. If you have an auto ice maker on your freezer, just empty it into a very large zip lock 2 or 3 times and you're good to go.
4th. The unit stops spinning when the ice cream reaches a given viscosity. I've made several batches of several different types and the only time the ice cream was "runny" was when I didn't break up the cookies and they clogged the mixer holes and caused the unit to stop prematurely - my fault. The other batches all came out about the same - like a very thick yogurt consistency. Into the freezer, and a day later it's getting there and 2 days later it's the same consistency as store bought. If you're getting runny ice cream, you're doing something wrong.Read more ›
30 bucks for approximately 24 uses, it seems pretty wasteful but that's way cheaper than most of the other ingredients.
I'm currently shopping for a new one because I love the taste of homemade ice cream and can't go back to store bought. Many of the reviews for more expensive units have me afraid that these consume lever units are just not designed to be used regularly. But for the price of a White Mountain (about 200 dollars) I can get 6 of these. And the reviews for even those units sound like they are pretty poorly built too.
Not sure what I'm going to do but I need to have a new maker in the next 5 days.
I decided to stick with the cheap and purchased two more of these. I make 2 batches a week to try to get double duty from the salt and ice. Now that i have additional makers i can swap out the motors between batches which is what i'll try to do. Lets see how long they last this time.
I've seen a few people comment on ice cream taking longer than about 30 minutes, the problem is that you're not using enough salt. You need a *lot* of salt to get down to the temperatures that you need to freeze the ice cream quickly. I use rock salt, the kind that we use to de-ice our drive way.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The directions say this will take 45 min-1 hour but I have to let mind churn at least 2-3 hours before it resembles ice cream texture.Published 1 day ago by Nicole Thurman
Easy to use, easy to clean up. Fine ice cream, frozen yogurt.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Won't freeze ice cream. I have attempted twice and ended up with a soupy mess both times.Published 4 days ago by Nancy S.
When I discovered I must have thrown out my old ice cream maker sometime in the past 15 years, I read a lot of reviews and decided upon the Hamilton Beach 68330N. Read morePublished 5 days ago by PenguinMaster4000
I ordered this ice cream maker for my husband for a Father's Day gift. He loved it. Easy to use. Makes homemade ice cream in about 45 minutes once you plug in. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Cynthia D Roach
It works as described. It's ergonomic layout made this product much better than the others sold here.Published 5 days ago by Cheryl Kenney