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Points to Be Considered While Choosing an Ice Cream Maker

The best ice cream maker can be determined by its quality and functions it offers, but also if the functions available are suitable for your own personal confection-making needs or not.

 
PRLog - Sep. 4, 2012 - In the scorching heat, nothing can beat is an ice cream. And if you are planning to make an ice cream at home, all you need is a good ice cream maker. It is not just extra convenient but gives you the freedom to experiment at home with flavors and tastes.

The best maker can be determined by its quality and functions it offers, but also if the functions available are suitable for your own personal confection-making needs or not. Here you’ll learn about the different types of ice cream makers - http://www.delonghi.com/us_en/products/gm6000/ and how to choose it.

Types of ice cream makers

There are three types of electric makers: counter top, small freezer unit and large units with a freezing mechanism already built in. let’s discuss them one by one.

Counter Top Electric: In this appliance, it have a double walled bowled that need to be frozen in a freezer before the mixture can be added to it. When it is turned on, there is a paddle in the center of the maker that rotates and stirs the mixture and it gradually freezes the mixture. This takes around 20 to 30 minutes to complete the whole process. This is quite an easy way to make healthy and delicious deserts. It is easy in maintenance and cost you less than $100. It got an auto-cut feature which turns off the machine once the desert is ready.

Small Electric Freezer : In this type of maker, it is placed inside the freezer with the mixture. And the ice cream is ready, paddle stops rotating automatically. It takes more time than counter top model. The only issue with this type of ice cream maker is you have to keep the maker in the freezer with plug in state. Well there are some refrigerators come with a specialized plug in areas otherwise it is wise to opt for battery operated makers.

Large Units with Built in Freezing Mechanism: This type of makers is large in size but they have built in freezing mechanism means you don’t have to pre-chill or place the maker in the freezer. In this, simply turn on the machine; put the mixture and your dessert will be ready in approximately 30 minutes. These types of maker’s usually cost around $150 and goes up to $600 depending upon the features and size.

Points to be considered while choosing an ice cream maker are

Capacity: The appliance should be large enough to hold the amount of ice-cream it can make at one point. Choose a machine according to the budget and need to your purposes. Large makers will be expensive compared to the smaller ones.
Easy in Use: It should be easy in use and also easy to clean. The design should be such that even a kid can make it easily. Make sure it has no complicated or confusing features in it.
Energy efficient: The appliance should have star rating to save energy and reduce electricity bill.
Power: This is also an important feature. The paddle churning the mixture should rotate in such speed that it can make the perfect soft and smooth ice-cream. No ice crystals should come into this while making the ice-cream.
Customer support: Check for their customer support services.

These are the few important points you should consider it while making buying decision. The types and features will help you to choose the best among all. There is nothing more relaxing to have a chilled and refreshing ice-cream on a lazy summer afternoon. So go and get an ice-cream maker for your home.

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