Ice Cream Makers Published September 1, 2010. From Cook's Illustrated. Hand-cranked wooden barrels chilled with ice and rock salt offer old-fashioned charm, but modern ice cream makers whip up frozen treats with the push of a button.
Hand-cranked wooden barrels chilled with ice and rock salt offer old-fashioned charm, but modern ice cream makers whip up frozen treats with the push of a button.
This summery mango parfait recipe from Mark Dodson will taste as good as it looks. The dessert is given an extra dimension by the inclusion of coconut sorbet but if you don't have an ice cream maker, the parfait can be served with a dollop of clotted cream or vanilla ice cream instead. - Mark Dodson
This toasted marshmallow ice cream from The Marshmallowist is a glorious taste of all the very best bits of summer, from campfires to beaches, churned into each indulgent lick. It tastes amazing and is an absolute crowd-pleaser.
From the Recipe Box: Vanilla Ice Cream – Philly Style: ...but more often I use an eggless version, referred to as Philadelphia style, that comes together quickly and the ice cream is usually churning in my counter top ice-cream maker (no ice or salt required!) and is ready in about 20 minutes. I love modern ice cream technology!
Best Ice Cream Maker no. 5. Nostalgia ICMP400BLUE Vintage Collection Ice Cream Maker. Want to show the kids how grandma and grandpa used to make ice cream? This cool throwback ice cream maker uses ice and rock salt to make frozen treats the old-fashioned way with one modern convenience: you don’t have to churn the ice cream yourself. There’s an electric motor that actually does the work for you.