Secura Ice Cream Maker with Self-Refrigerating Compressor
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- Self-refrigerating automatic 1-1/2-quart frozen yogurt, sorbet, gelato, and ice cream maker
- Commercial grade compressor brings ingredients to below freezing; no prefreezing required, no wait time between batches
- Removable ice cream bowl; Dynamic mixing paddle effectively blends ingredients, and makes the most creamy texture
- Ingredient spout; Transparent lid, Dynamic mixing paddle, and bowl remove for easy washing; instruction/recipe book included
- Measures 13” L x 9.5” W x 12” H. Product Built to North American Electrical Standards, 120V.
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This machine is designed to make it easy for you and your family to enjoy homemade ice cream without the hassle of the old churn style makers. The Secura Ice Cream Maker is all automatic, so all you have to do is mix your ingredients and allow the maker to do its job. In less than 45 minutes, this appliance can make up to 1-1/2 quarts of frozen yogurt, sorbet, gelato or homemade ice cream.
A few of the best features of the maker include a commercial grade self-cooling compressor. You do not have to worry about the hassle of ice and salt like the other makers used to require. All you need to do is follow the instructions for allowing the compressor to cool. Another great feature includes the removable bowl. Once your ice cream is made, you can easily remove the bowl and store the ice cream in the freezer without taking the whole maker apart.
You can add ingredients such as chocolate chip and nuts through the opening on the transparent lid while the unit is in operation. When it comes to mixing ice cream, the Secura Ice Cream Maker has a strong motor and fluid dynamically optimized paddle, allowing it to mix even the thicker creations with creamy texture.
Your Secura Ice Cream Maker is easy to clean as well. The main parts can be taken loose so that you can clean them with warm, soapy water. Just be sure to never immerse those mechanical parts or you could damage the electrical side of the machine. Cleaning is quick and easy with your ice cream maker.
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After three batches, if there is a negative ,it is, the timer is a step-down timer, by that I mean once you set the time you can increase it but you CAN'T decrease it. . .it must run down on it's own.(not much of a problem, because you can shut it off with the master switch.)
Enough about the negatives. . .I would give this unit more than a five star if it was possible. It is quick,(about 40 minutes for the first batch, less for the other two) easy, and easy to clean up.
It is a compressor driven machine, meaning no bowl pre-cooling. . .it does it's own cooling without ice, salt or mess.
One of my batches was made with almond milk and no-fat half and half and splenda. . .the calorie count was about 80 per serving (1/2 cup)and deeeeeeelicious.
As usual, Amazon did their thing better than anyone in the business, thanks Amazon.
The machine works great, but the flavor and consistency is all up to you and the ingredients you use.
First let me say that i have tried both the more tradition needs ice and rock salt type makers, and the just put the bowl in the freezer for a day and then use that in your machine type machines. The number one issue i always had was the prep type, need to plan ahead more, and the fact that you couldn't really just have ice cream right away. Don't get me wrong, as i still loved making and eating home made ice cream from all those machines. After finding myself without a machine for a few years and finding a great deal on this machine from Amazon i decided to give it a go.
Having a machine with it's own compressor has been the best. Not only does the machine require very little prep, but because it is so easy and quick to use it sits has earned it's own spot in the kitchen. This means it gets used a lot more, my sweetheart even comes homes and asks if it is possible to have home made ice cream.
I have used both a cook "custard" type recipes and ones that requiring no cooking with great results. We even recently have been experimenting with our own recipes and cutting down the cream for a "lighter" treat. All great. The only key i have noticed is that especially with the recipes that do not require cooking, you want to make sure ice cream base is at the proper temperature so not to get that sort of "film" feel to it from the fat turning a bit into butter while churning.
This is another great appliance that we have added to our kitchen that has received regular use. I do not even buy much ice cream anymore at all, since i would rather buy the ingredients and experiment on my own!
I am very impressed with the ice cream makers' quiet, smooth, easy operation and clean up. The size of the unit is nice too, about the same as a large stand mixer.
I read the super basic instruction manual (5 pages with pictures), let it set overnight (5 hours is suggested to let the unit settle after shipping or moving) and then I made 3 back to back batches with no difficulty what so ever. I found the average time per batch was about 50 minutes. (Which beats the heck out of using the frozen cylinder type which has to freeze for 24 hours between batches!)
This unit has exceeded my expectations for quiet operation and ease of use. I feel it is a very good value for the cost.
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Churns beautifully. No need to worry about freezing the bowl.Read more