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    yup ours is a cusinart and we keep the bowl in the freezer all the time. We only ever eat home made ice cream, it's just way yummier!

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    We have a Cuisinart and the bowl takes up about as much room as a two-litre ice cream container. We made heaps when we first got it and the recipes that came with it were good. If you want to experiment with flavours a food blogger/pastry chef called David Lebovitz has an awesome website with recipes - his brown sugar breadcrumb ice cream is divine.

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    Default Do you have an ice cream machine?

    So with the ones that don't have a freeze bowl would they take longer?
    I might just bite the bullet and grab one while on sale. Where do you guys all get the recipes from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopeg View Post
    We have a Cuisinart and the bowl takes up about as much room as a two-litre ice cream container. We made heaps when we first got it and the recipes that came with it were good. If you want to experiment with flavours a food blogger/pastry chef called David Lebovitz has an awesome website with recipes - his brown sugar breadcrumb ice cream is divine.
    Ooooo thank you sounds yummmm!

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    Default Do you have an ice cream machine?

    I have a Thermomix which I use for sorbets and an ice cream machine (cuisine art) that I use for ice creams (I make the mixture in the Thermomix) can do icecreams in the thermy but you have to freeze chop and then blitz the mixture to do it. I usually just make sorbet or fruity dream (which is like ice cream but is really just a whipped sorbet that tastes creamy).

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    Call me crazy, but I have two! My first is a KitchenAid which makes awesome icecream but is a bit messy, and my second is a Cuisinart that makes soft serve icecream, which I haven't actually used yet. I like home made icecream because I know whats in it! Cream, sugar, vanilla, eggs. No chemicals, no additives, no colours, no flavours, nothing but natural organic ingredients which I don't mind serving up to my kids!

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    Default Do you have an ice cream machine?

    Looks like cuisinart is the winner.

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    Where do you guys all get the recipes from?
    There are so many on the net, you will find heaps.
    The ones that come in the manual are a good place to start though and to build up some favourites that you can play around with and tweak a bit.

    http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i...L000000907.pdf

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    Oh, and it tastes best when you eat it straight away. It's fine the next day, too, but not as good as freshly made. It's a great way to impress friends, serving up homemade ice cream with some berries. And for kids you can do vanilla and churn crushed bickies through it.

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    I've got a krups one, quite old now but still working great. It's a freeze-the-bowl type and the bowl lives in the chest freezer so always ready to go. Makes about 1L at a time, which is perfect because the texture of homemade tends to go a bit crystally within a month (if it lasts that long).

    We have chooks so I basically make custard with lots of yolks and cream/milk, then add whatever flavourings I feel like. Most popular to date is a vanilla custard base, with cubes of chopped up Fry's turkish delight and pistachios in it. Roasted peach, white choc with raspberry swirl, and a few other fruity flavours have also been good as is a rich chocolate (which turned out to be lowest fat and actually only contained heaps of cocoa but tasted so darn naughty and rich).

    I love ours!

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