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The unit's freezer bowl goes into a refrigerator's freezer for about 7 hours to freeze the liquid between its walls.

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No salt or ice are needed to create 1 quart of ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet, or frozen drinks at home with this ice-cream maker. Just turning the crank occasionally for 15 or 20 minutes is all it takes. The unit's freezer bowl goes into a refrigerator's freezer for about 7 hours to freeze the liquid between its walls. The bowl then goes into the outer case, the paddle goes into the bowl, ingredients go into the bowl, the transparent top is locked in place, and the crank is turned. The aluminum bowl cleans easily, the outer case and top are plastic so they wipe clean. The unit measures 9-1/2 inches high and 8 inches in diameter (not including handle). It carries a 10-year warranty against defects. An instruction booklet containing many recipes is included.

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Features

  • Makes 1 quart of ice cream, sorbet, frozen yogurt, frozen drinks
  • No salt or ice needed; freezer bowl and paddle do the work
  • Aluminum freezer bowl cleans easily
  • 9-1/2-inches high, 8 inches in diameter
  • Recipes included
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • We are really happy with the ice cream the Donvier makes, but the gasket is nearly impossible to put onto the frozen canister. I want to exchange it.

    I recommend you put the gasket on to the container prior to freezing. I found it can be hard to work with the frozen canister, but when it is room-temperature it is not an issue.

  • Why stir every 2-3 minutes? The goal is to avoid large ice crystals from forming, so shouldn't you stir constantly?

    Don`t know the science but every 2-3min. makes great ice cream for us. This model has worked flawlessly for us.

  • What are the dimensions of the freezer canister? I have a small freezer and want to be sure it will fit. Thanks!

    It's 18cm (7inches) diameter and 16cm (6.2 inches) high. And it's awesome.

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