Nostalgia SSIC320 Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Makes up to 32 ounces of soft serve ice cream per batch
- Easy-pour spout makes serving easy
- Blending chamber detaches from base for easy cleanup
- Includes detachable cup rest and drip tray
- Uses ice and salt to create delicious soft serve ice cream
- Convenient cord storage in bottom of unit
Customers also viewed these products
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
From the manufacturer
Making Ice Cream is Easy
Makes a generous, one quart helping of delicious soft serve ice cream! Ideal for small groups or parties!
Easy to use
Add ice and salt
Add ice cream mix
Enjoy your ice cream!
Compare with similar items
Nostalgia FDM1 Stainless Steel Easy-Dispensing Soft Serve & Frozen Dessert Machine, Makes 1 Quart of Ice Cream, Milkshakes, Frozen Yogurt, Gelato in Minutes, With LED Display
Cuisinart ICE-30BCP1 Ice Cream Maker, 2-Qt, Silver
Yonanas 987 Elite Fruit Soft Serve Maker, Black
|Shipping||—||FREE Shipping. Details||FREE Shipping. Details||FREE Shipping. Details|
|Sold By||—||Infinite Abundance LLC||Amazon.com||Amazon.com|
|Item Dimensions||7.48 x 7.48 x 16.73 inches||12.25 x 18.20 x 17.00 inches||8.25 x 8.00 x 11.25 inches||10.25 x 6.50 x 15.50 inches|
|Item Weight||4.00 lbs||—||3.20 lbs||7.00 lbs|
|Material||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel, Plastic||Plastic, Stainless Steel|
Use fresh, quality ingredients to the make the perfect soft serve ice cream! Ideal for small groups or parties, the Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker makes a generous, one quart helping of delicious soft serve ice cream.
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
- the instructions say to only churn for 15 minutes. I've found that that will not do the trick, and I've often churned for much longer than that to achieve good ice cream.
- if you want a soft serve type consistency, it's kind of hit or miss. Only some recipes can reach that consistency. If you want to try, you want to fill it no more than halfway to the Max fill line, then churn it until the ice cream has risen to the very edge of the coldfinger. It should come out soft serve-y enough to make cones then, but if it's too dense, the stream of ice cream may break off in chunks, making it hard to make that perfect ice cream spiral.
- You want to cool your ice cream base to as close to freezing as it is possible to achieve without crossing the threshold before churning.
-most of the time what comes out is going to seem like ice-cream-paste if you fill to the max fill line. It's fine, just pour it into a container and let it set up in the freezer, its consistency will improve after a few hours.
-Fill the coldfinger with ice, salt (ice cream salt us what I use, but if you live somewhere cold, the rock salt you use on your serious should be fine -it never contacts the food) and only a spoonful of water - this leaves you wiggle room to add more ice and salt if you want to make more our want to churn longer.
-When you're fine, it's nice to clean it right away, because if you turn the cold finger upside down quickly, the salt easier never touched the ice cream attached to it and you can scrape out of with a spoon.
-it's not dishwasher safe, I wish it was. With the near constant use I've given it, It's started to feel kind of oily, despite me cleaning after every use.
All in all, I love it, but I'm used to having quirky things, and I enjoy figuring things out. You might feel like you have to fight it to get it to do what you want. It's only rated three stars because it's so finicky.