Nostalgia Electrics 4-Quart Blue Bucket Electric Ice Cream Maker, ICMP400BLUE

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  • 4-qt. aluminum canister
  • Plastic bucket and dasher
  • Electric motor does the churning
  • About this item

    The Nostalgia Electrics ICMP400BLUE 4-Quart Blue Bucket Electric Ice Cream Maker provides a homemade ice cream experience with modern convenience. Simply place the aluminum canister filled with ingredients in the center of the bucket, layer the plastic bucket with ice and salt and the electric motor does the churning for you. Soon, delicious ice cream is ready to serve! This ice cream maker produces up to 4 quarts of ice cream per batch.


    Nostalgia Electrics 4-Qt. Ice Cream Maker:

    • 4-quart aluminum canister
    • Blue plastic bucket and plastic dasher
    • Aluminum canister
    • Electric motor does the churning
    • Dasher remains still, while canister rotates
    • Recipes included in instruction manual
    • Clear lid on canister for easy viewing


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    Specifications

    Automatic: Yes
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Blue
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: ICMP-400BLUE
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 6.35
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 16.0 x 15.0 x 17.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 551956430
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    Customer Reviews | 232 reviews | 4.5 out of 5

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    Nostalgia, Is RIGHT!!
    11/1/2010

    Customer review by TheAssembler

    5.0 stars by TheAssembler

    I recall making ice cream with my momma years ago, using a machine just like this. The features of the machine are pretty simple, the design is easy to use, no real wrong way to make it work. I made a batch just last week, it turned and churned for a while, started worrying the ice cream would never get done, so I added ice and salt and kept on wating, finally the ice and salt ratio made the ice cream harden. It turned out good, it was sort of thick, I froze it and it is nice and hard now. I got a custard recipe from food network and Alton Brown, though I made a few accidental alterations, it came out all wrong, remind me not to use too much cream and half and half. The recipe you use for best result should be one you cook rather than drop and freeze. The machine is pretty simple, only a couple moving parts, it has a motor that just twists slightly and locks in place, not that it needs to lock tightly it will not move enough to worry about it. The beater and the motor are really high quality, the bucket and canister are great too, one of the best ones I have owned aside from the crank bucket I had when I was 18. I certainly would buy these and give as gifts for the family.

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    TheAssembler
    Oak Grove, KY.
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:A few times per month
    Top 250 contributor
    Easy to use!
    12/8/2010

    Customer review by CountryPiff

    5.0 stars by CountryPiff

    Purchase came BEFORE scheduled date(s) :). Very easy instructions & use. Performed exceptionally well...had medium soft set ice cream in a short time...look forward to trying ALL the recipes that were included :). Exceptional value for the price and you get a FULL 1/2 gallon of ice cream for your money, not the ''faux gallon size'' that is now available at the grocery store...gone are those days when you could purchases full pounds, gallons, etc....now everything has been down-sized & you still have to pay full price. You also have the advantage of knowing & being able to pronounce the ingredients of the products you ingest...no additives :).

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    CountryPiff
    Tunkhannock, PA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:65 or older
    Usage:A few times per month
    Great, economical freezer
    7/17/2011

    Customer review by scrappergal

    5.0 stars by scrappergal

    We made two freezers the first weekend- Chocolate and Vanilla. The recipes were really good. The book says not to fill the canister more than 2/3 full, but you can go to about 3/4 without overflow.

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    scrappergal
    North Carolina
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:A few times per month
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    by wahoolady 12/2/2010
    • you can use either one
      by Missygal11/19/2014
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    • Rock salt is best and will give the best results.
      by Leboy11/19/2014
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    • both if you want to
      by dempy11/19/2014
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    • we always use rock salt..seems to work the best.
      by scorpion5211/19/2014
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    • rock salt
      by 1024200911/19/2014
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    • The instructions say you can use either. I use ice cream salt.
      by Sylvia102911/19/2014
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    • Now this is a question that is hard to specify an answer. See, I was raised poor, we used what we could get for the salt, Although, the rock salt performs far better and it easier to use in all. Salt is basically the same, but the rock salt crystals makes the ice cream better than table salt and tends to do the trick. As table salt is so fine it tends to take far more to get results.
      by TheAssembler11/19/2014
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    • Ice Cream salt similar to Rock Salt
      by 2poortrapping10/27/2014
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    • You can use either one, although it recommends using regular table salt. If using Rock salt, be sure not to add so much that it makes the ice to hard to actually move in the bucket.
      by DolphinFantasies11/17/2014
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    • It uses both rock salt and table salt. It doesn't matter which. Neither works better than the other.
      by DealShopper711/19/2014
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    by MillyMilly 3/6/2011
    • 40 - 60 mins
      by Festus282010/25/2014
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    • 30 mins
      by Missygal10/27/2014
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    • About 30 minutes. You must keep the ice and salt around the container. The ingredients must be cold when you start.
      by Leboy10/27/2014
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    • 45min
      by dempy10/25/2014
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    • The instruction book clearly states about 30 minutes...or when the motor stops...which will happen when the ice cream is too stiff to churn!!
      by RZimm10/27/2014
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    • A little longer than it claims--if you are making rich & creamy style using eggs, then you have to let the mixture heat up (up to 1 hr), then you have to chill it completely before pouring it in the canister (3+ hours or overnight), then you have to church it in the ice cream maker (they claim 3 hours, but I found it took 5 or more).
      by eacsck10/27/2014
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    • 30 minutes or so. Depends on temperature and if you have used enough rock salt to freeze.
      by 1024200910/25/2014
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    • It takes 20 - 30 minutes.
      by Sylvia102910/25/2014
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    • 45 minutes to an hour and half, I have seen it take as long as that to be done. Also depends on how much you make in the cannister and the consistency of the batch. I use a custard recipe I found and modified from foodnetwork.com. I was a chef at one time and I modified the recipe for 4 qt. ice cream makers and for taste and quality. It is a beautifully constructed machine and works really well. The ice/salt/water ratio has to be just right so the freezing process takes place correctly. 5 inches Ice, salt 1/2 inch in next, 6 inches ice, salt again, and fill to top with ice, and top with salt, fill cannister with water to drain hole. Easy, check the level of ice and maintain the level.
      by TheAssembler11/17/2014
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    • It needs to be rotated in the ice cream maker for 30 minutes which will give it a shake like texture. Pop it into the freezer for about an hour to freeze it a lil harder.
      by DolphinFantasies10/27/2014
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