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Old Fashioned Ice Cream Maker

Old Fashioned Ice Cream Maker

Easily make delicious homemade ice cream with the AmeriHome 6 Quart Old Fashioned Ice Cream Maker. Store bought ice cream cant compare to the flavors of fresh ice cream. Gather the family together for summertime BBQs and enjoy a delicious, refreshing treat in about 30 minutes. This ice cream maker is just like the one grandma used to have, but has been improved with modern conveniences. The interchangeable design offers two ways to make ice cream: use either the electric motor or the hand crank. Let the electric motor do the mixing while you sit back and relax, or have the kids take turns using the hand crank. The electric motor can easily make homemade ice cream for a big group during a BBQ or party and it keeps your hands free. The hand crank gives you the flexibility to harden the ice cream mixture at the end of the mixing cycle without having to use a freezer. Its great to use the hand crank while camping and youre without electricity.

  • 6 Quart Capacity, Combo Design Offers Two Ways To Make Ice Cream
  • Easily Switch Between Hand Crank And Electric Motor In Seconds
  • Makes Rich And Creamy Ice Cream And Sherbet
  • Freezes Ice Cream In About 30 Minutes
  • Includes Aluminum Can With Clear Plastic Lid, Seal
  • Shipping Weight: 34lbs
  • Manufactured by: New Buffalo Corporation
  • Toolsource #: 156906
  • Manufacturers Part #: ICM6
  • Also Known As: BFOICM6

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