Kenwood IM 200 Ice Cream Maker Reviews
Product Type: Kenwood ice cream makers
Description:Brand: Kenwood / Type: Ice cream maker
Newest Review: ... exactly what's in it. For those naughty treats there is a space in the lid for pouring in the mix that you can add extras ... more
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Kenwood IM200 0.8LT Ice Cream Maker
Prepare home made ice cream, sorbet or frozen yoghurt in just 25 ...
Last Update 06.12.2013 08:23
Customer Kenwood IM 200 Ice Cream Maker Reviews (15)
by - written on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I've always been a fan of doing some cooking as and when time allows, and in addition am a big fan of gadgets. As a result a couple of years ago as a Christmas present, my wife bought me an ice cream maker, and the model she chose was the IM200 from Kenwood. As it was a present, I don't know how much was paid for it at the time, but it's still available on the high street from places such as Currys for around the £25 mark, and cheaper still in the usual places on the Internet. As you can see this isn't an expensive piece of kit, and as a result doesn't have any fancy options, but Kenwood are a well-respected and big brand so how does it perform as a basic ice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I've been making my own ice cream for years, since it really does taste better than commercial ice cream, but also because I have an intollerance to eggs, so a lot of bought ice cream is no good for me. It use to be the case that when you made your own ice cream it would take hours to freeze, as you had to keep beating it every so often to get the right consistancy, but a few years back my hubby bought me an ice cream maker and it made the process so much easier. This particular ice cream maker is the second one I have owned and I think it's the best of the less expensive ones that you can buy. The bowl is designed to be pre-frozen, and it does ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/13 (Very useful, 77 readings)
==SWEET TOOTH & MY SEARCH FOR AN ICE CREAM MAKER== I think I was born with a sweet tooth! I am definitely a sucker for sweet things, whether it is cakes, chocolates, mousses, jelly sweets or even ice creams I am more than ready to gulp them down. Of course I am a little bit weight conscious too so I have to reduce my calories intake accordingly, however we all need a treat now and again and Ice cream is something that is always able to put a huge smile on my face, and of course there low fat options to cater for health conscious individuals like myself. I use to buy ice cream tubs from my local supermarket at a weekly basis, however due ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I originally bought this ice cream maker at the beginning of summer as I thought it would be good for the kids and I to make our own ice cream knowing exactly what went in it and I thought that it would be an activity they would enjoy doing. Little did I know that it would become one of the most used kitchen gadgets that I own. It cost me £29.99 which was a lot cheaper than most of the other ice cream makers that I was looking at. I bought it from amazon and made sure to pay attention to the reviews before buying it as I was suspicious as to why this was so much cheaper than the others but the reviews were mostly on the positive side so I decided to bite the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/13 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Why I bought it I bought this ice cream maker for my youngest daughter last year. She had seen some adverts on telly for a childrens ice cream maker and I personally thought looked cheap and nasty and was battery operated. I saw this kenwood one in the Argos sale and was about £10 more than the one she wanted but I thought would be better quality and last longer, also being mains operated would be cheaper to run. Price Its no longer is the Argos catalogue but I think I spent over £30 but it is retailing at £24.99 on Amazon including delivery. What does it look like It comes in sections, The first is the base, plastic covered metal ... Read the complete review
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