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White Mountain F69206-X 6-Quart Electric Ice Cream Freezer

3.6 out of 5 stars 308 customer reviews

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  • Makes 6 quarts of ice cream, frozen yogurt, and other frozen confections
  • Electric motor makes traditional family fun easier
  • Stainless-steel freezer can and dasher inside wooden tub
  • Ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sherbet recipes included
  • Freezer can and dasher are dishwasher-safe
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Product Description


For a century and a half, since a woman in New York invented the hand-crank freezer, making ice cream has been an American family value. Mom blended the ice cream mixture; Dad filled the maker's wooden tub with ice and rock salt to achieve the below-freezing temperature needed to produce smooth confections; kids clamored to turn the crank; and everyone happily consumed big bowls of ice cream as a reward. This family-bonding activity remains as vibrant today as it was through a century-and-a-half of "progress." With various ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sherbet recipes included, this old-fashioned White Mountain ice cream maker maintains the tradition. Only the use of modern stainless steel for the freezer can and dasher and the electric motor distinguish this rugged maker from the one earlier generations enjoyed. And years from now it will still be used, knitting together a family's history. --Fred Brack

From the Manufacturer

The smiles will go for miles! Make delicious, homemade ice cream fast with the powerful electric motor on the White Mountain F69206-X 6-quart electric ice cream freezer.

There is nothing quite like homemade ice cream. Create memories that will last a lifetime with your new, large 6-quart electric ice cream maker. Gather a crowd as you make extra for the whole gang!

At a Glance

  • New England white pine bucket
  • Corrosion-resistant, cast-iron, triple-action dasher
  • Three-gear electric motor system
  • Steel inner bucket
  • Makes 6 quarts of ice cream in 20 to 40 minutes
  • 5-year limited warranty
  • Recipes included


  1. Motor: Only the White Mountain brand uses a 12,000 RPM commercial-grade motor to provide ample churning torque needed for making homemade ice cream. No other ice cream maker has the power to restart after stopping to add fruit, berries, chocolate, or candy to a thickened ice cream mixture.
  2. Bucket: The wood bucket is crafted of select pine from New England and bound with strong galvanized hoops and electroplated fittings to ensure lasting stability.
  3. Canister: The tall canister design allows the ice cream to come in close contact with the ice and rock salt making it freeze faster. Our canister is manufactured of heavy-duty stainless steel that will provide years of ice cream making service.
  4. Dasher: The patented dasher system is constructed of heavy-duty cast iron and is electroplated for lasting durability. It will never warp out of shape like plastic dashers are prone to do. And the beech wood blades are self-adjusting to ensure uniform scraping of the ice cream mixture on the canisters interior sidewall.




The White Mountain Experience


The White Mountain Experience started in the 1850s.
Founded in 1853, we’ve always been about making good times happen right at home with ice cream you make yourself. The experience starts with the discussion--often the kids get their pick--of what flavor ice cream your family wants to make. Vanilla with bittersweet chocolate chips or maybe peach made with orchard fresh peaches. Every delicious choice is limited only by your imagination. Just set up your White Mountain ice cream maker with ice and rock salt, and let the fun begin. Whether you’re cooling off a hot summer picnic or warming up a homebound winter weekend, the experience is one you can’t put a price on.

Our secret is the triple-motion dasher.
At the heart of the White Mountain ice cream maker is a uniquely designed, twin-blade "dasher." The outer canister turns clockwise and the blades turn both clockwise and counter clockwise. That triple-motion action continuously folds the ingredient mixture from the outer walls back onto itself creating the smoothest and creamiest down-home ice cream ever made.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 21 x 13.2 x 13 inches
Item Weight 23.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 19.2 pounds
Manufacturer White Mountain
Item model number F69206-X
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 308 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #254,290 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#264 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Ice Cream Machines
Date first available at Amazon.com December 7, 2003

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By J. Peterson on May 3, 2010
During the spring, summer, and fall, I make ice cream a couple times a month. It has been a family tradition for many years. In my youth, mom & dad made ice cream often and Dad had a hand crank White Mountain freezer that lasted for the better part of a quarter century. I have had 2 of the newer White Mountain electric freezers in the past 3 years and 3 replacement motors. What once was a well made American product, is now a Chinese made piece of junk, cleverly disguised as the old reliable White Mountain freezer. Two of the relacement motors stripped the gears on the second batch of cream. Stay away from this freezer until White Mountain decides it will make this high priced product of the quality it once was.
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I love this ice cream machine! It makes enough ice cream (6 quarts! not 1 to 1-1/2 quarts like the others) for large gatherings or enough to store for future consumption. It's very simple to operate with the electric motor doing all the work and the Ice Cream is fabulous, smooth and creamy. I put it on a "rag rug" on the kitchen floor where I add the ice/salt. It's a bit noisy, but it's part of the fun. My only complaint is that very few recipes are included with the machine. Solution, purchase a book of ice cream recipes to supplement. Some good ones are: Frozen Desserts : The Definitive Guide to Making Ice Creams, Ices, Sorbets, Gelati, and Other Frozen Delights which gives DETAILED history/information and The Ice Cream Machine Cookbook by Melissa Clark which includes some very creative ice cream combinations.
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Recently, a group my son was in had to make over 200 gallons of homeade ice cream. The group would go to local festivals and sell the ice cream to raise money. Anyway, we had about 14 six quart freezers, 4 of them being the White Mountain models. The White Mountain freezers not only froze almost 2x faster than the other models but the ice cream was much more firm. Also, after making all of the ice cream, many of the other models were literally "burnt out" but the White Mountain machines seemed to go on and on showing no signs of wear. These freezers have probably made over 30 gallons of ice cream and still are as good as new. I would highly recommed a White Mountain machine.
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I'm a novice to Ice Cream making. My family and I did own and operate a Baskin Robbins for about 6 years and I got to visit the dairy where they made the Baskin Robbins Ice Cream. For my money, even though this was an expensive purchase, the White Mountain ice cream maker provides the closest reality to taste and texture that commerical ice creameries produce, given the right recipes. The quality of the paddles or solid and designed to last a VERY long time. True the machine is loud, it also works hard to mix any type of ice cream wanted and does it very, very well. We've made about 20 batches so far and with the exception of 2 of them they all turned out perfect. The 2 that were bad, were pilot error. We also invested in the Ben-n-Jerry recipe book, which I also recommend. It covers everything from Vanilla Bean (yummy) to Cherry Garcia (double yum). For the money you'll end up buying 2-3 of those [inexpensive] ice cream makers and wear them out in no time. We have a large family for get togethers so we use the full 6 quarts, but it will do smaller batches for just 2-3 people with no problem. It cleans up easily with the cylinder being Stainless Steel and the wood paddles add a sense of realizime I love, plus it doesn't taint the ice cream, just like the pro's. A+ to White Mountain.
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Twenty years ago when we got married we received a White Mountain Ice Cream Freezer as a gift. It was so different than any other ice cream freezer we had ever had. The ice cream turns out so smooth and the leftovers stay so smooth and good in the freezer, not turning hard like so many other ice cream freezers we had used. We have never had a problem with it at all, until a month or so ago our daughter dropped the motor on the ground and it broke--so we decided to purchase a new ice cream freezer. We would not purchase any other than the White Mountain. We have made many different flavors--the freezer works great with fruit and nuts, choc. chips,-anything. From the time our kids were little and still today as they are teenagers and beginning to leave home--we all look forward to the special days when we gather around and make homemade ice cream. It has become a tradition in our family. This is a great machine!!!!!
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I was fortunate enough to have an old White Mountain freezer my parents used for many years. Wanting to keep it in the family I purchased a NEW White Mountain Freezer with both Hand Crank and Electric. I can only repeat what others in this category have written. First the electric motor burned out after 4 uses and rather than spend the money on a new motor we were just going to use the Hand Crank. Well, then the tub started to leak as written by others. For a couple of times you can soak the tub but then the cheaply made metal bands stretch/rust and the tub simply begins to spread apart. The OLD White Mountain must be at least 30 years old and the tub still does not leak. Rival has ruined a good name. I actually still use the old unit once a year for tradition sake and have purchased a Cuisinart 2 Quart model with the tub you put inn the freezer. Less ice cream but just as tastey and no salt or ice!
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