Izinga Catering Equipment

Ice Cream Machine Special

23rd Apr 2021 0 By Izinga Catering Equipment

Winter is around the corner and we all know what that means?

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Product Information

Ice Cream Machine two flavor with one mix.

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Voltage V 220
Power W 1900
Refrigeration Capacity L/H 18-20
Hopper Volume L 5.8X2
Compressor HP 1
Refrigerant R404A

12 Month Warranty

 

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How does it work?

 

An ice cream maker has to simultaneously freeze the mixture while churning it so as to aerate the mixture and keep the ice crystals small (less than 50 μm). As a result, most ice creams are ready to consume immediately.

 

Why buy a Ice Cream Machine?

 

Making your own ice cream is a great way to get ice cream just the way you like it. Ice cream makers are surprisingly easy to use and clean. With an ice cream maker, you can create more unique flavours that can be hard to find in stores. You can also make healthier, low-sugar versions of your favourite frozen treats.

 

What else can you do?

While you can of course make ice cream, that’s not the only frozen treat you can make with an ice cream maker. You can also make frozen yoghurt, frozen custard, and sorbet – yum!

Making ice cream from scratch means you can be pretty inventive with it. You can turn your ice cream into ice cream sandwiches, ice cream cakes, ice cream blocks, and any number of cold delicious desserts. Plus, you can add in any extra bits and pieces you like, from chocolate chips to pieces of fresh fruit to gummy bears (if you’re so inclined).

 

How to make your own Ice Cream at home.

 

Easy home made recipe

Ingredients for Mason Jar Ice Cream

1 cup of heavy cream
1 1/2 tablespoons of granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract
Pinch of salt

Step 1
Place all the ingredients into a mason jar and tightly seal it.

Step 2
Shake the mason jar vigorously for around 5 minutes. You will notice the cream mixture double in size.

Step 3
Place the mason jar in the freezer for around 3 hours.

Step 4
Remove hardened ice cream from the freezer and add toppings.