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Ice Cream/Sorbet Maker, Turquoise


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Ice Cream/Sorbet Maker, Turquoise

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Product Information

Made of:
plastic/double-insulated freezer bowl
9.17" x 9.06" x 11.26"
Refer to included instructions.

Why We Love This

Now you can enjoy the finest homemade frozen treats--at home. With a new, patent-pending mixing paddle, this fully automatic piece lets you make your favorite sorbet, frozen yogurt, or ice cream in 20 minutes or less, with no fuss and no mess. Just add ingredients to the bowl, press "on," and the machine does the rest. Fans of frozen treats (everyone) will appreciate the large capacity--it makes up to 1½ quarts. A double-insulated freezer bowl eliminates the need for ice, and an easy-lock lid with large spout makes adding ingredients simple and mess free. Limited three-year warranty.

About Cuisinart

Sleek, good-looking, hardworking, and there for the duration, Cuisinart has all the makings of a perfect partner. Having won the praise of James Beard and Jacques Pépin, the brand is a kitchen superstar for kitchen superstars and has been a classic foodie favorite ever since its revolutionary food processor hit the States in 1973.