Marks & Spencer Ice Cream Maker Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer ice cream makers
Newest Review: ... ice cream mixture through it (although perfectly manageable with a funnel) The bowl is cylindrical and holds around 1.5 ... more
Customer Marks & Spencer Ice Cream Maker Reviews (4)
by - written on 04/03/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
The Marks and Spencer Ice Cream Maker is a 'fully' automatic ice cream maker, which means there is no bowl to be frozen overnight before using it. It contains a refridgeration unit which chills the bowl as it is churning and makes great ice cream or sorbet in about an hour. ===Features=== The machine is quite large due to the refridgeration unit. The main block of the machine is enclosed and there is a ice cream bowl, paddle, lid and motor unit that are all removable by pulling them out vertically. A small mini lid in the lid means ingredients can be added whilst the ice cream is churning. This mini lid is quite small and it can be a bit ... Read the complete review
by Jo Connelly - written on 30/03/09
I had for several years been drooling over models such as the Gaggia, or Gelato ice cream makers but I could not justify spending so much and was in any case, a little worried that some of them had poor reviews and needed vodka or salt water to make them work properly. I stood in Marks and Spencer for about half an hour before finally buying the ice cream maker and it is fantastic. I have used it each day since I have bought it. At the moment, it is churning a melon, ginger and lemon sorbet. The only niggles are that it can be fiddly to locate the spindle and the top for the chute for adding extra ingredients tends to fly off if touched, also the instructions ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/09 (Somewhat useful, 355 readings)
such a fantastic product from marks and sparks as i call it absoloutly brilliant got this as a gift as sadly my old one had broke down the main reason why i cannot keep bragging about this product is mainly because my old one had to freeze the bowl for 24 hours what use is that in this day and age time is of the essence i say so buy this product and forget about buying your ice cream out of the super market or your local shop the quality of ice cream the this machine makes is fantastic, The taste you get and also satisfaction from making your own from scratch is out standing and in just over half an hour you will have all your friends over for a batch there is not one ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/08, updated on 01/01/09 (Very useful, 1398 readings)
I first came across this ice cream maker on an advert on dooyoo while i was writing a review for my old one, Phillips Delizia. It's just luck really, because i was looking for an ice cream maker where you don't have to wait for a bowl to freeze for 12 hours as my ice cream became more demanded and i really wanted to be able to make more batches during the day. I really owe dooyoo one, because it's such a fantastic machine. It has a built-in cooling system, which is really convenient as you can make ice cream whenever you want as it instantly starts to cool down once you switch it on. For an ice cream maker with the ability to do this, it would be no less than ... Read the complete review
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