Cuisinart Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt Maker Just $39.99 Shipped (Regularly $70)

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Head on over to Amazon or Bed Bath & Beyond where you can snag this highly rated Cuisinart 1.5 Quart Frozen Yogurt and Ice Cream Maker for only $39.99 shipped (regularly up to $69.95)!

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If you can’t get out for ice cream, this machine makes it convenient for the whole family to get in on the frozen treat making action right at home!

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This ice cream maker has a heavy-duty motor that makes frozen yogurt, ice cream, sorbet – even frozen drinks – in 20 minutes or less!  This is a fully automatic machine that does all the work for you and it’s designed to make cleanup really easy.

Check out a few of these reviews…

I absolutely love this ice cream machine. It is simple to use and makes the most delicious ice cream ever. It included a recipe book for ice cream flavors and sauces too. We love the strawberry ice cream, and vanilla ice cream is our favorite. The kids love it too. We make ice cream weekly now. This is definitely one of my favorite Amazon purchases.


This gadget is easy to use, simple to store, and not terrible to clean. I made two batches of ice cream the day after it came in. (I had to wait 24 hours for the main component to freeze otherwise I would have made it same day.) I put off buying one of these for so long and looked at more expensive ones but I am glad I went with this simple one. Seems to be a winner.


The simplicity in using it. It was a Christmas gift for my 11 year old grandson. He loves ice cream and has enjoyed making his own sweet concoctions. He loves the fact he can do it all by himself and clean up is easy. Doesn’t make too much and just the right amount.


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Comments 15

  1. CandyTiffany

    Curious if anyone has a Negative review/ not so great experience with this
    TIA

    • Nicole

      I think this works really well. My only problem is that I don’t care for any of the easy ice cream recipes I’ve tried. They end up with an icy texture, not creamy and smooth. My favorites are the custard type that involve tempering egg yolks and fresh vanilla beans, and this ends up being more costly and time consuming. This is the reason I don’t use it more often. I have no complaints about the actual function of the machine.

  2. Maggie

    This is a basic design Cuisinart has sold for MANY years. I wouldn’t pay full price. I don’t even know about 39.99. I have one that I think I might have paid $10 for at a garage sale, 10 years ago. These things are very common at garage sales and thrift stores. Most people use these devices a few times and then stick it in the back of a cabinet until they get tired of it being there — that’s why they’re so easy to find used, I think. You have to put the round metal “bowl” in the freezer — either keep it there, or remember to put it in the night before you need it so that it’s fully frozen. The one in my freezer feels like it’s often in my way. We also barely use it. It always feels like it’s a little more trouble than it’s worth to make sorbet. It does work as advertised.

    • jen s.

      Found one at a thrift store…. love it but storing the bowl in my small freezer is a pain. I did find a good recipe book from a blog online…. hers are SO much better than cuisinarts! I will link when I find it. Definitely buy some small ice cream containers to store the ice cream in.

    • Erin

      Yes! I happened to find a new one at Goodwill for $8. I wouldn’t buy otherwise for the same reasons stated by others: I never have room in my freezer to store the bowl, the ice cream tastes good but tends to have ice crystals (but I’ll have to try the custard versions–thanks for the tip!), and I can typically get good deals on our favorite ice creams. If you are wealthy or eat a crap ton of ice cream, get the Whynter ice cream maker. If you are experimenting, buy this one second hand.

      • jen s.

        If you transfer all of the ice cream as soon as it’s done I think you’ll eliminate most of the ice crystals.

  3. VickiL

    I have this one and use it all the time. I keep the bowl in my chest freezer so it’s always ready to go.

  4. ella

    I love it when I actually ever get around to using it. The problem, like others have stated, is that often I don’t use it and it takes up a lot of freezer space. I end up ta

  5. ella

    I’ve had one for years. It does make great ice cream, but you do need to have the freezer bowl pre-frozen to use it. I get tired of it taking up the freezer space and then take it out. Then when I want to make ice cream, I have to remember at least 24 hours in advance to put it back in. So in practice, I hardly ever use it.

  6. Nicole23

    I have this one and it works well every time for me. I would recommend it!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Awesome! Thanks so much for the recommendation! We sure appreciate it!

  7. Diana

    I had one of these Cuisinart I’ve cream makers. They have plastic gears and don’t last long. I wouldn’t buy this brand again.

  8. Janet

    I have two of these (found one at a second hand store). I like having the extra bowl so that I always have one frozen and ready to go. I love making frozen cokes in this ice cream maker. Start the machine first, pour in a coke, wait about 3-5 minutes. Perfect frozen coke!

  9. AggieChef

    Have one. Love it! Used it many times since 2011! I try to make dairy free ice cream with coconut milk several times every year. I’ve made two batches since shelter-in-place started. It’s so fast! It churns cream in 10-20 minutes!

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