Hamilton Beach 1.5 Quart Gel Ice Cream Maker

Walmart #: 001419606
List price $34.99  (You save $10.00)
FREE shipping on orders $50 +
If your order totals $50 or more and you select Value shipping, this item and any other qualifying items ship for free!
FREE pickup
Care plan (optional):
Sold by Walmart.com
Showing options for 20146
Data unavailable
Data unavailable
Data unavailable
Data unavailable
Showing options for 20146
Buy online for pickup
  • Make ice cream, frozen yogurt, custard, sherbet or gelato
  • No rock salt or ice required
  • About this item

    The Hamilton Beach 1.5 Quart Gel Ice Cream Maker brings you family fun without the mess. This small appliance features a sleek, contemporary design that will look stylish on your kitchen counter. It makes delicious ice cream without requiring ice and rock salt. Instead, just pop the gel canister into the freezer 24 hours before use. This 1.5-quart ice cream maker will produce tasty ice cream, custard, sherbet or gelato that you can serve to family and friends for dessert or with coffee and tea. The extra-large opening lets you add a wide variety of yummy toppings such as candies, cookies or pieces of fruit. This item also comes with a convenient easy-lock lid for safety and convenience. The push-button release tells you when the ice cream is ready to eat. While preparing, the outer bowl prevents condensation from building up on top of countertops or tables. Enjoy the taste of homemade ice cream any time with the Hamilton Beach ice cream maker.

    Hamilton Beach 1.5-Quart Gel Ice Cream Maker:

    • 1.5-quart capacity
    • Make ice cream, frozen yogurt, custard, sherbet or gelato
    • Large ingredient opening
    • Outer bowl prevents condensation buildup on counter
    • Hamilton Beach ice cream maker features easy-lock lid
    • Gel canister fits easily in freezer
    • Makes a fun holiday gift for the entire family
    • Excellent activity to do with children
    • Fun to create and serve to kids as a special treat after school and at birthday parties, sleepovers, barbecues and special events
    • Easy to store on top of a kitchen counter top, shelf or in a cabinet


    Automatic: Yes
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 68321
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 8.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 7.25 x 8.25 x 11.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 1419606

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 151 reviews | 3.9 out of 5

    4.0 stars

    151 reviews | 3.9 out of 5

    5 stars
    4 stars
    3 stars
    2 stars
    1 stars
    Would recommend to a friend



    So good so far but only owned less than 1 month.

    Customer review by JJennings98204

    4.0 stars by JJennings98204

    I have only made two batches of Ice Cream so far so I can't comment on its durability. The machine only has enough power to churn it to a certain thickness. This does not have the power of a 4 QT Ice Cream Maker that uses Ice and Salt. I bought a quart of Half and Half for $2 and a pint of Heavy whipping cream for $1.50 and was able to make 2 batches of Ice Cream (Approx 3 quarts) on different days of course not back to back. I used the four ingredient Vanilla Ice Cream recipe. As Soft serve, its not as creamy as Dairy queen but once its frozen it makes a very good Vanilla Ice Cream. You should plan on freezing the Ice Cream in a Freezer after making it. If your "pail/bucket" is completely frozen when you start your Ice Cream will be done in 15 to 20 minutes. If you let it churn longer than that, your Ice Cream will develop ice crystals and start to loose some of its smooth texture. The Ice Cream is done when the "pail" is full and the Ice Cream is light and Fluffy. Letting it churn longer hurts the texture of the Ice Cream. I washed one of those plastic 4 qt containers (tubs) that Ice Cream comes in and I just pour the finished Ice Cream into that and drop it into the chest freezer to finish freezing.

    Was this review helpful? (171) (7)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Seattle, WA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Once per week
    It's Great

    Customer review by Ruby64

    5.0 stars by Ruby64

    I've had this maker for awhile now. I love it. It's easy to clean, the motor has push clips so it easily pops out of the lid so the lid can be washed. The container does take up some room in the freezer, but it beats messing with ice and rock salt. Someone said the motor was loud, it does make some noise, but it's quieter than the big makers that require ice and salt. It's quick too, the directions say 20-40 minutes, I've never had to run mine for the full 40 minutes. Others complain that the ice cream doesn't get very firm while in the machine. I've eaten alot of homemade ice cream in my life and I've never seen any homemade ice cream get very firm while in the machine, it always needs to be transferred to a freezer to finish hardening up.

    Was this review helpful? (110) (5)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Usage:A few times per month
    Top 1000 contributor
    READ THIS - Hamilton Beach Ice Cream Maker Great

    Customer review by UCLAbryan

    5.0 stars by UCLAbryan

    I've always been skeptical about ice cream makers even though I am an ice cream lover and didn't think I could beat my mother's home-made ice cream from when I was a kid. The biggest concern was that I wanted to make my own ice cream from all natural ingredients and not all the preservatives they put in store bought ice cream, so I thought I'd give this a try (given that I consume entirely too much ice cream as it is!). There is almost no assembly out of the box and is ready to go. I put the freezer bowl in the freezer over night and tried making it in the morning. I found adjacent, and conveniently to the maker a pouch of ice cream mix just to try it out first because I had no knowledge or experience at all. It is called "Rival Frozen Delights" mix for $2.00 and the flavor is "Sugar-Free Chocolate Delight." I mixed HALF of the pouch of sugar free chocolate mix with 3 cups of 2% milk and allowed to chill in the freezer for about 30 minutes. Mixed it again, and SLOWLY poured it in the maker while it was turned on with the paddle installed. After about 30 minutes of the machine churning the ice cream, it began to expand and thicken. I happily poured myself a serving in a mug to try it out. It had a very thick milk shake-like texture and tasted GREAT!! I put the remainder, and majority, of the mixture into an air tight container and put that in the freezer. Later that evening, it had time to harden up a little like store bought ice cream. I highly recommend this product! It was easy to use, takes no time at all, and makes great all natural ice cream with an easy clean up. I had originally wanted the Cuisinart Ice 21 maker being a big fan of their products, but for $55, I wasn't sure if it was worth the time and money just to try it out. Not only was the Hamilton Beach maker only $27 and change, when I got to the register it was on sale for an even $20! (Fairfield, CA location). So I am going back to buy another one for a sibling. I don't usually write many reviews, but this was worth the time. I hope that helps all you ice cream lovers! Downside: I have to wait to make more! But it's important to chill the mixture, and then put the rest in a container to freeze for a couple of hours. That's why I like ot make it in the morning, and its pig out ready for us when home from work after dinner for dessert. There are many, many ice cream recipes. This is the first one I've tried, and Vanilla is next, then Cappuccino, and other fruit based flavors.

    Was this review helpful? (84) (10)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Fairfield, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Usage:Every few days
    1-3 of 133 total reviews See all

    Customer Q&A

    Have questions? Get answers from experts and customers who own this product.

    Ask a question

    If you would like to share feedback with us about pricing, delivery or other customer service issues, please contact customer service directly.

    Q&A tips and guidelines

    Q&A Exchange Guidelines

    When writing your question or answer, please follow these guidelines:

    • Do: Make sure your question is directly related to the product
    • Do: Be specific and provide as many details as possible
    • Do: Include the model number (if applicable)
    • Do: Write your question in English
    • Do Not: Include personal information (such as your full name)
    • All submitted questions and answers are subject to the terms set forth in our Terms and Conditions

    We reserve the right not to post your question or answer if it contains any of the following:

    • Any information not related to the actual merchandise or topic
    • Obscenities, discriminatory language or other language not suitable for a public forum
    • Advertisements or “spam” content
    • Email addresses, physical addresses or other forms of contact information
    • Critical or spiteful comments on other questions or answers posted on the page or their authors
    • Any imagery that demonstrates incorrect use of the merchandise
    • Anything that Walmart deems to be inappropriate, at Walmart's discretion

    Provide as many details as possible, including the model number (if applicable).

    Remember: Don’t include personal information (such as your full name).

    Preview Question

    Walmart does not sponsor, recommend or endorse any third party product or service, or any customer ideas or advice.

    Thank you.

    Questions will be checked against our question guidelines and posted within five to seven business days.

    I have never made ice cream. Where do I get the ingredients?
    by 1prettyboy 11/25/2010
    • If you have an internet access and check recipes there you'll see that ingredients are very basic like milk, cream, sugar, chocolate chips, and so on. Pretty much everything you can get at grocery store.
      by Ohimesama4SP2/6/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (5) (0)
    • Walmart carries prepackaged ice cream mixes, but I used recipes I found online. Just make sure that you don't use more than 4C of mix at a time.
      by iamo19802/6/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)
    • the great part is you buy milk and either half and half or heavy cream. those are main ingredients. to that add flavors, candies or cookies. ive tried 8 or 9 recipes so far.
      by tpalmit1/22/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)
    • All ingredients are purchased at your local grocery store. Nothing fancy or special needed. I am returning this model today and looking for a different one--3 batches done and none ever got firm.
      by anyone22/6/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (2) (1)
    • Ingredients are from the grocery store - I've used the fat free half & half and regular white sugar and vanilla. The ice cream maker has a few recipes in the box. One discovery that enhances a perfect ice cream is to put the icey cold ingredients in a blender to mix it well. I also put 2Cups of frozen cantelope in a blender along with 2 Tbsp of Lime jc and 1 Tbsp of honey or guava nectar. mix very well, pour into the pour spout then let it freeze up. Very yummy & very easy!
      by MadeByMaggie5/17/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • Any grocery store or fruit stand. All you need is heavy whipping cream and fruit or flavor of the ice cream you want.
      by tamtizzle491/22/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)
    • you can buy your ingredients for the Ice Cream at Walmart or most Grocery Stores
      by deb195891/22/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
    • At the grocery store. Main ingredients are cream, whole milk, sugar or alternative and flavoring. Google ice cream recipes for more info.
      by Lady1n1MM2/21/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)
    • At the grocery store. It's nothing fancy sugar, heavy whipping cream, milk, half and half, cocoa and vanilla.
      by HealthyMomma1/22/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
    • You can buy the ingredients at any grocery store. It takes milk, half and half and whipping cream.
      by An anonymous customer1/22/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)
    by ld1234 7/12/2012
    • No
      by allbadreviews12/10/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • no, you have to re-freeze the bowl prior to making it again. you can make it in advance, but that's not as good as fresh.
      by apple54632111/23/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • Haven't tryed to do 2 batches. But I don't think so. The gel will have to refreeze before making another batch.
      by HellridgeGal6/8/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • Nope. You have to wait approximately 24 hours (it is that way with all the gel canisters, btw).
      by TroutCreekMama4/11/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • No. According to the directions, you have to let the bowl sit in the freezer for 24 hours between batches.
      by corockiesr4me1/1/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • No. You have to refreeze the gel container that you make the ice cream in. It is what is used instead of ice to freeze the mixture.
      by rowan200111/13/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
    • Leaning toward no. It is difficult to clean out all of one batch. Usually would have to clean with water. This will thaw the container. Also, the container should be very cold when making ice cream and it will warm up when the first batch is made.
      by 2Pens12/2/2012
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • You could give it a try. But the gell canister might not still be cold enough.
      by SuzyBaby11/13/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)
    • Only if you have another cylinder already frozen. You won't get 2 batches out of just the one.
      by NickNameNotTakenAlready9/5/2012
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • Yes, but the freezer bowl is still frozen inside. so cleaning out before reusing is tricky.
      by Sucee7/25/2012
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    1-3 of 21 questions See all

    Policies & Plans

    Warranty Plan

    Walmart Product Care Plans
    A limited product warranty is included free for most items. With an optional Walmart Care Plan you can enhance the manufacturer's coverage from the date of purchase . Walmart Product Care Plans cover 100% of the cost for repair or replacement, including shipping charges for the exchange.

    We'll show you Care Plan options and pricing at checkout if applicable, or go to www.walmart.com/careplans for more information.

    Product warranty: 1 Year See details

    Supplier Warranty: 1 Year Limited
    Safety Requirements: N
    Did you buy this in a Walmart store?  Get a warranty for it here.

    Gifting plans

    Gift options are not available for this item.

    Pricing policy

    About our prices
    We strive to provide you with the lowest prices possible on Walmart.com as well as in our stores. However, sometimes a price online does not match the price in a store. Walmart.com's prices may be either higher or lower than local store prices. Prices may also vary between stores. Our local stores do not honor Walmart.com pricing or competitor advertisements from outside of a store's local trade territory.

    Product Recommendations

    Your recently viewed items

    Clear this list