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Donvier 1-qt. Premier Ice Cream Maker
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Product Description:

We all scream for ice cream! Create delicious frozen confections in 20 minutes or less with just a few simple ingredients and the 1-qt. Donvier Premier ice cream maker. Uses no electricity, ice or salt. Features the patented Chillfast cylinder plus a double-walled freezer cylinder holder for extra insulation. Also works as an ice bucket. Includes recipes and instructions.

Product Characteristics:

Capacity : 1-qt.
Cleaning & Care : Handwash cylinder with mild cleanser
Dimensions : 7.5 x 10 x 10.6-in.
Material : Plastic housing
Model No. : 837400
Origin : Canada
Special Features : Manual, makes ice cream in 20 minutes
Type of Machine : Hand crank
Warranty : 1-year limited

Customer Reviews: (10 reviews)

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5 Attractive and efficient
September 24, 2011
By Paula, CA
I have never owned an ice cream maker before and was not too sure where to begin. After some research I settled on the Donvier and am impressed and pleased. I like that it is clean and neat looking on my counter. It is also very easy to use and to clean up. In my opinion it seems like the ice cream it makes is best eaten right away rather than frozen as the frozen option comes out harder than ice cream you would buy in a store. But the ice cream it produces, if eaten right away, is creamy and delicious. I am a vegan and don't use milk, eggs, or cream, and so I used soy milk which came out quite good, but as I said didn't freeze all that well. It makes, I would say, enough for a few people, like 4 or 5, to have a small bowl.
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5 yum,yum
July 2, 2011
By Brad, CA
Aneat little product for our R.V.
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5 Easy to use!
April 5, 2009
By Sharon, NM
We keep the cylinder in the deep freeze so that it's always ready to go. Ice cream is soft/ready after 15-20 minutes of cranking. Removing the cylinder from the housing can be difficult and requires removing the rim, which doesn't seem to be mentioned in the directions. We have made some wonderful coconut milk based, nondairy "ice cream," which is a real treat for those of us who are lactose intolerant.
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