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Whynter ICM-15LS Ice Cream Maker, Stainless Steel
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- Self-contained frozen dessert maker that does not require pre-freezing
- Removable bowl and churn blade for easy storage and effortless cleaning
- Reliable built in audible timer
- Newly designed motor drive that shuts off to prevent damage if the mixture freezes solid
- Capacity: 1.6 quart (1.5 liter)
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Take on dessert making like never before! Make delicious homemade ice cream that you can fully customize to taste with the Whynter ICM-200LS 2.1 Quart Ice Cream Maker. Incredibly easy to use, you can create delicious ice cream, rich creamy gelato and sorbet all in the comfort of your own home. Ideal for entertaining, this high capacity unit makes up to two quarts of your favorite frozen dessert in a single batch.
Whynter 2.1 quart Ice Cream Maker - Stainless Steel
The Whynter ICM-200LS features an Extended Cooling function that prevents the mixture from melting and a Motor Protection function that stops the motor from churning to prevent overheating or damage to the motor when the mixture becomes solid. This unit also includes an electronic timer, ice cream scoop, and easy-to-follow recipe guide.
Powerful compressor cooling
Powerful compressor cooling.
Self-contained frozen dessert maker that does not require pre-freezing.
LCD timer control & temperature display.
Easy to use
Removable bowl and BPA free churn blade for easy storage and effortless cleaning.
Newly designed motor drive that shuts off to prevent damage if the mixture freezes solid.
Capacity: 2.1 quart (2 liter).
Cooling temperature: -0.4ºF to -31ºF.
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With the WHYNTER ICM-15LS stainless steel frozen dessert ice cream maker, you can make a spread of delectable desserts in about 30-40 minutes. This versatile self –freezing ice cream maker allows you to not only make premium ice cream but also refreshing sorbets, Italian gelato, sherbets, fresh frozen yogurts and other treats. Our professional standard ice-cream maker offers premium features not found in budget ice cream makers. A built-in powerful compressor freezer allows for continuous use without the inconvenience of having to pre-freeze the mixing bowl. Not only is it so much easier, it also tastes a whole lot better. The gorgeous stainless steel exterior and soft touch LCD control panel will make this your favorite kitchen electric. You will never again have to wait hours or use any freezer space before being able to make your favorite frozen dessert. This unit includes an electronic timer, temperature display, ice cream scoop, and we'll even send you some secret recipes!
Top Customer Reviews
I have made frozen custard, ice cream, gelato, sorbet, and sherbet in this and it all turned out spectacularly! Not sure what recipe the others who had poor results are using, but there may be some minor differences that kept theirs from turning out. I suggest using a recipe tuned for this type of mixer, perhaps from Lebovitz's book "Perfect Scoop" or the Americas Test kitchen recipes, they both use the Cuisinart version of this machine. I also agree with the other reviewer, sometimes a small touch of alcohol in the Sorbet can have good effects, even in ice cream too - both of the recipe sources I mentioned will back this up too.
Basically, make your custard, your gelato or your sorbet base, cool it down in the fridge (I even use the freezer sometimes to save time) and then pour it into the bowl. As another reviewer mentioned, keep the outside of the metal bowl clean and dry or it will stick to the machine like Flick's tongue to the flagpole in "A Christmas Story.".... "...but the Bell rang...."
My batches have been averaging about 30-45 minutes from fridge to soft frozen. I then pack it into a container and freeze for a few hours before serving. I have been manually stopping the machine about every 10-15 minutes and using a silicon spatula to scrape the sides a little, it does develop a frozen film. My temp gauge goes down to -10 to -20 in just a few minutes.
Its a machine, so expect a little noise from it, but I have found that it is bearable to continue working in the same space and still carry a conversation. Its about the same noise as a kitchenaid stand mixer on slow speed.
I like the small batch size, it encourages making ultra rich and flavorful ice creams, without thinking that you are going to have to eat a whole gallon of it. Also, the speed and convenience of it encourage making two flavors where before I would only make one. The churning time of the first batch is about the time it takes to make another custard and put it in the freezer to chill. If I do want to make a gallon, I still have my big electric tub with ice and salt. Really... 1.5 qt is a lot of ice cream, its THREE Haggen Das or Ben and Jerry pint size containers. (BTW - get the Sweet Bliss white paper containers - fill three pints, give one or two away, you can draw pictures on them etc... your friends will love you.)
Cleanup is easy, the bowl, the paddle, the lid all hand wash quickly. After the machine warms up a bit, I just wipe out the place where the bowl sits, there is always a little frost there.
PRO: Ease of use! Excellent/professional results with the right recipes. Small batch size. Easy Cleanup.
CON: Expensive. Large heavy appliance takes up storage area, hard to lift to upper cabinet shelf. worst of all... you will eat more ice cream!
Well the good reviews are right!
I LOVE THIS MACHINE!
It really works exactly as advertised. I have had it now for three months and have made 16 batches. It has performed perfectly.
The one thing I don't understand is why it has a delayed start. It's in the directions so this is a normal function, I just don't know why it is necessary. So,... I start the machine and then turn off the Dasher and let the machine run through its refridgeration delay (or startup process) while I mix the ingredients. When I'm done mixing I pour in the mixture and start the Dasher, the refridgeration starts soon then.
When it starts, the temperature display is 78 degrees room temp and I don't bother pre-chilling mixture either. The unit cools it all down properly as advertised and finishes in 45 to 60 minutes at -25 degrees. The consistancy is perfect too.
Clean up is easy too. I remove the container imediately after completion and turn off the machine. I lift out the Dasher and set it in my storage container and use a spoon to remove the Ice Cream and then I run tap water over the outside of the frozen container for 10 seconds and dump the whole thing out into the storage container. Give it a stir and a push to be able to put the lid on and pop it into the freezer while I spend 90seconds to wash and clean up. Typing this out takes longer than what I do.
Then back to the freezer to get the 1qt ziplock plastic container I use, and it's time to start scooping and serving.
:) I'm really happy I chose this one and would recommend it to all. :)
***March 1, 2014 UPDATE ***
Wow, how time flies. Just thought I would take a moment to say I STILL LOVE THIS WONDERFUL MACHINE!!! Not a single issue with it.