The Andrew James Ice Cream Maker is a fantastic gadget perfect for the summer months or even to make delicious homemade ice cream to complement warm desserts in the winter. By making tasty ice cream in your very own home, you can avoid artificial ingredients found in mass-produced ice creams and adapt recipes to create healthy treats and also to cater for particular allergies. This ice cream machine is ideal for when you follow a low-sugar diet.
Unlike many ice cream makers, the machine is very quiet in operation (approx. 60dba) so you can get on with other tasks in your kitchen without being disturbed while your mixture is being frozen. The compact size means that this little machine is easy to store away and bring out whenever you fancy something sweet. You could also impress your friends and family by making your very own ice cream at home.
How Do I Use My Andrew James Ice Cream Maker?
Pre-freezing the inner bowl takes around 8 hours so we recommend that you pop it in the freezer the night before your ice cream making session. Make sure you prepare your ice cream or sorbet mix and allow the mix to cool in the fridge beforehand.
Once you have your bowl ready, making ice cream, sorbet, or frozen yoghurt will take around 20 to 30 minutes. Remove the inner bowl from the freezer and put it into the outer bowl, and lower the assembled lid/power unit/paddle into the bowl before turning it clockwise to lock into position. Now you can switch on your machine and add your ice cream mix using the handy chute - the ice cream maker must be switched on before you add your mix to prevent it from freezing on the inside of the inner bowl. Ingredients should be added gradually through the large funnel and will be churned as they freeze to give a deliciously creamy consistency.
When you pour your ice cream or sorbet mixture into the bowl, stop at least 4cm from the top as the mixture will increase in volume during the freezing process. Also, don’t start and stop the machine during freezing, as the mixture may freeze when it comes into contact with the bowl and prevent the movement of the paddle.
|Product Dimensions||20 x 20.3 x 23.5cm|
|Package Dimensions||23 x 22.8 x 29.5cm|
|Boxed Product Weight||3.1KG|
|Box Contains||Ice Cream Maker, Manual (Scoop & Food Not Included)|
|Additional information||Bowl Size: 18cm Diameter, 15cm High, Noise Level: 60dB, Cord Length: 1.2m|
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This particular machine requires prefreezing of the inner bowl - which takes around 8 hours - so we recommend that you pop it in the freezer the night before. Once your bowl is frozen, making ice cream, frozen yoghurt, and sorbet takes around 20 to 30 minutes. Our Premium Ice Cream Machine requires no freezing beforehand and is available to shop here.
Unlike many ice cream makers, the machine is very quiet in operation (approx. 60dba) so you can get on with other tasks in your kitchen without being disturbed while your mixture is being frozen.
Wipe the power unit with a damp cloth and then dry. Take out the inner bowl and wash the inside of the bowl before drying thoroughly. Make sure you allow the inner bowl to reach room temperature before cleaning. For the paddle, you can remove this from the power unit so you can wash and dry it thoroughly. Do not wash any parts in the dishwasher and do not clean your ice cream machine with steel wool pads, harsh powders, or other abrasive materials. Never put the power unit in water or let the cord or plug get wet. For your convenience, the inner bowl, mixing paddle, and lid all detach from the machine and can be quickly rinsed under the tap after use.
Vanilla Ice Cream:
Strawberry Ice Cream:
Strawberries can be substituted for any soft fruit. The sweetness of the mix will depend on the fruit used, so remember to test it for sweetness before freezing. Please note: the length of time that the mix takes to freeze depends on:
Raspberry Frozen Yoghurt:
Chocolate Mint Ice Cream:
Banana Ice Cream: