19 new from CDN$ 499.94

Cuisinart ICE-100C Gelato and Ice Cream Maker (Silver/Black)

4.6 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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19 new from CDN$ 499.94
  • Fully Automatic with Commercial Quality Compressor-Freezer1.5 Quart Capacity
  • 2 Paddles:Gelato Paddle for Authentic Gelato Ice Cream Paddle for Creamy Ice Cream60-Minute Countdown Timer ensuring perfect consistencies and professional results
  • Touchpad Controls and a Blue LCD Readout10-Minute Keep Cool Feature keeps your ice cream or gelato cool after the timer has gone off
  • Transparent Lid allows you to add mix-ins while churning for unlimited combinations
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 40.6 x 30.5 x 22.9 cm ; 11 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 13 Kg
  • Item model number: ICE-100
  • ASIN: B006UKLUFS
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 23 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #46,058 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Gelato and ice cream maker.



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Purchased on sale, this is an excellent value in an iced dessert maker. It works well and is quite easy to clean. Desserts come out smooth, cold, and ready to serve, and you can make batch-after-batch if you like.

Be aware that its batch capacity is even lower than the freezer-sleeve models; you really shouldn't put more than about 700ml (3 cups or so) of fluid inside if you don't want to be cleaning the lid.
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The first two batches I made were using recipes from the included book, and were both for 1.5 l, the full capacity of the machine. I found that was too much; towards the end of the process, once the ice cream has expanded, it was touching the cover, and it was a bit of a mess. I decided then that I would limit myself to 1 l (qt) batches, and made the first one a couple of days ago using a recipe from the New York Times (The Master Ice Cream Recipe) to make coffee ice cream. Absolutely fabulous: beautiful smooth creamy texture, and great flavour (obviously nothing to do with the machine there, but has to be said).
Some have complained about the noise. It is loud, but I can't say I find that surprising... and I'm willing to put up with it for the incredible ice cream, made with pure organic ingredients, and no additives.
There's more to discover (gelato, frozen yoghurt...) but given the results so far I expect the best.
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Pros: canister doesn't need to be frozen, higher overrun, more consistent product, not as fussy for temp w/ mix and canister
Cons: unsatisfying noise, smallish canister for some
I have been using the ice-20 model and with my fridge, i find it time consuming and inconsistent freezing the canister. So, I really appreciate a machine that freezes on its own. I do put the canister into the fridge or freezer for a brief time beforehand (say 20 mins), just for an extra umph, but dont feel this is necesary. Compared to the ice-20, ice cream made in this machine comes out a tiny bit more firm, with more air, and takes a bit more time per cycle. consequently, a 3 cup cream mix is about the maximum volume it will handle. It results in greater overrun than super premium while still staying in a reasonable range. the accompanying sorbet paddle can be used to produce a more dense product so you also have more texture options. As to the noise, it is fairly loud but not as bad as a blender or coffee grinder. more significantly, its an unsatisfying noise. It doesn't hum but is deeper and more gratingly noticable, and you have to listen to it for 30+ mins at a time. all in all, I do prefer this machine over the ice-20 and am jazzed at making multiple batches over a few hours. I have no idea if spending more on a lello, etc will do you any favors.
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Excellent ice cream maker. For home use, it produces an appropriate (1-quart) quantity. It is easy to use and relatively easy to clean. Because it is self refrigerating, there is no need to freeze anything prior to making ice cream. Allows for spur-of-the-moment ice cream making. I've made a few batches of ice cream and gelato with no complaints with the process or result.

I can only find two downsides. The machine is a bit loud when operating. With the machine in the kitchen downstairs, I can still hear it faintly upstairs. You definitely can not have a decent conversation with someone when the machine is on in the same room.

Secondly, there is a small gap at the lip between where the bowl sits and the rest of the machine. If any ice cream/liquid ends up in that crack, it is a bit difficult to clean.

Overall, I feel this is an excellent ice cream maker especially for home use.
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Great machine....much more expensive than the more basic Cuisinart ICE-20/21, but with some important advantages. (1) you don't lose the freezer space to the bowl(s), (2) you can crank out batch after batch, although you still need to chill the mixture before you put it in for optimal results. At least this means that at least it's possible to decide to make ice cream and still be able to do that later in the same day. I tried two custard-type recipes and both resulted in an excellent product: after 45 minutes of mixing, the machine produced surprisingly thick, and wonderfully creamy and smooth ice cream. It needed a little time in the freezer to firm up enough to be scoop able, but not more than an hour or two and even in muggy summer heat the ice cream held its shape quite well. I found with the ICE-20 that the texture was often more crystalline and chunky, maybe because of the shorter churn time or the more physical heat transfer involved with the frozen bowl, maybe both. While not whisper quiet, this machine isn't excessively loud and the timer/keep cool settings are nice features. It's not terribly bulky for storage, either.
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We bought this because the less expensive ones did not work for us, (the bucket never got cold enough.) this unit takes 25 to 35 min for regular ice cream and an hour + for the ice creams with liquor added. if you use half and half you get an ice milk, (don't get me wrong it is still delish,) just icier. The full (whipping) cream/ custard style chocolate is amazing. it so rich a scoop seems like a lot. It does make some noise but it was not a problem for us.
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