Hamilton Beach 1.5 Quart Gel Ice Cream Maker

Loading options...
This item is not available with these options.
Please choose different options to purchase this product.

Shipping not available

 

Shipping

This item is not available for shipping.

Pickup not available

 

Pickup

Choose your options
We will display free store pickup prices and delivery dates once you choose the options for this item.
  • Make ice cream, frozen yogurt, custard, sherbet or gelato
  • No rock salt or ice required
  • Customers also considered
    Customers also bought these products

    About this item

    Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.
    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.

    About this item

    Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

    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

    Specifications

    Volts: 120 V
    Gender: Unisex
    Color: Black
    Capacity: 1.5 qt
    Condition: New
    Manufacturer Part Number: 68321
    Container Type: Box
    Model: 68321
    Accessories Included: NOT STATED
    Brand: Hamilton Beach
    Features: Large ingredient opening ,  Easy-lock lid ,  Push button release
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 7.25 x 8.25 x 11.00 Inches
    Show

    Customer Reviews

    Customer Reviews | 174 reviews | 3.8 out of 5

    4.0 stars

    174 reviews | 3.8 out of 5

    4.0 stars

    174 reviews | 3.8 out of 5

    79%
    Would recommend to a friend
    5 stars
    80
    4 stars
    45
    3 stars
    14
    2 stars
    8
    1 stars
    27
    1-10 of 153 total reviews
    79%
    Would recommend to a friend

    Age

    Gender

    READ THIS - Hamilton Beach Ice Cream Maker Great
    8/16/2013

    Customer review by UCLAbryan

    5.0 stars 8/16/2013 by UCLAbryan
    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? (124) (22)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    UCLAbryan
    Fairfield, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Nice
    12/1/2012

    Customer review by 2Pens

    3.0 stars 12/1/2012 by 2Pens
    by 2Pens

    Overall: This is a nice ice cream maker. Pros: Simple to use - one button On/Off, parts fit together only one way. Makes ice cream well. Cons: It is hard to clean. The parts are unusual in shape and the outer container has crevices. When you put the paddle into the motor it can push the motor out of the clear plastic part. You have to hold the motor from the other side when you put the paddle in. It feels light (this is might be a pro depending on point of view). Tips: The inside container has a nonstick surface, so use appropriate items when removing ice cream like a plastic or wooden spoon or it can be scratched. When the inside container is cold anything can freeze to it such as a napkin or a rag. Make sure it is thoroughly clean and dry before freezing. When you want to make ice cream, remember that there is a delay. The inside container has to be frozen and the ice cream mix has to be cold. This can take 24 hours. Also, make sure the ice cream mix is very cold.

    Was this review helpful? (40) (7)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    2Pens
    United States
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:11 - 12 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per year
    6/7/2013

    Customer review by HellridgeGal

    4.0 stars 6/7/2013 by HellridgeGal
    by HellridgeGal
    Verified purchaser
    Verified purchaser
    Customer has been confirmed to have purchased the item from Walmart.

    I love this little ice cream maker. Saves money on salt and ice and time. You have to let it sit in the freezer for over 24 hours to work. Down side is I put my frigid ice cream mix in the gel bucket when I took the bucket straight from the freezer and poured it in the gel bucket, the mix froze up on the sides right away making it to where the paddle couldn't even be placed in correctly. So I had to dump the mix in another container and then run HOT water in the gel container till I got the frozen mix out. Suggestion: Take gel container out of freezer and let it sit out a few minutes before adding your ice cream mix. Maybe run some warm water in it before adding your mix. It takes no time to make up a batch. It is quiet compared to the other types. It is easy to clean up after you got your ice cream made. Also after cleaning and air drying I put the gel bucket right back in the freezer so it is ready for another time. I didn’t give it a full 5 stars because of the freeze up problem I had with it. Other than that it is awesome :-)

    Was this review helpful? (35) (9)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    HellridgeGal
    Browning, Il
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:A few times per month
    Verified purchaser
    Verified purchaser
    Customer has been confirmed to have purchased the item from Walmart.
    So good so far but only owned less than 1 month.
    6/9/2011

    Customer review by JJennings98204

    4.0 stars 6/9/2011 by JJennings98204
    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? (196) (8)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    JJennings98204
    Seattle, WA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Once per week
    It's Great
    6/14/2011

    Customer review by Ruby64

    5.0 stars 6/14/2011 by Ruby64
    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? (132) (7)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    Ruby64
    Nebraska
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Usage:A few times per month
    Works pretty good for price paid
    6/24/2011

    Customer review by CoxRanch

    3.0 stars 6/24/2011 by CoxRanch
    by CoxRanch

    This is my first ice cream maker. I got it so that I could make lower calorie ice cream in small batches and so that it wouldn't get all icey if I did not eat a whole half gallon right away. I've been using 2 cups whole milk, 2 T sugar and 1 T vanilla to make 2 small bowls (one of which might get stuck in the freezer overnight). Even my husband, who eats a LOT of ice cream, says it's pretty good - and it's 1/2 the calories of the stuff he usually eats. It freezes into a soft ice cream pretty fast, but one time (used skim milk alone) it froze to the sides and stopped with a lot of liquid in the middle. The machine is pretty flimsy. The paddle seams like it's gonna break off but so far (5 batches) it's been fine. I'm a little afraid of putting any mix ins in it that might block the paddle. Overall it's okay, but I'm not sure how long it's going to last.

    Was this review helpful? (14) (3)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    CoxRanch
    OK
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
    Great unit for quick ice cream!
    3/22/2014

    Customer review by ProductConscious

    5.0 stars 3/22/2014 by ProductConscious
    by ProductConscious
    Verified purchaser
    Verified purchaser
    Customer has been confirmed to have purchased the item from Walmart.

    I have gone dairy free in my diet, and use Vanilla Almond Milk in place of regular milk. I love ice cream, so wanted an alternative. I did some research as one reviewer said this would not freeze the almond milk properly. I found a suggestion of using a mashed banana to thicken the milk, and it worked perfectly. I stirred the mashed banana in with the almond milk, added a little Stevia and some frozen sliced strawberries, and in 25 minutes had delicious Almond Milk Ice Cream! I am going to try other fruits in the future, but use the mashed banana as a base. This unit was well worth the price. Just be sure you put the inner container in the freezer for 18-24 hours before you try to make the ice cream.

    Was this review helpful? (22) (2)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    ProductConscious
    Paris, TN
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:A few times per month
    Verified purchaser
    Verified purchaser
    Customer has been confirmed to have purchased the item from Walmart.
    Great Little Machine
    11/21/2010

    Customer review by AprilJanet

    4.0 stars 11/21/2010 by AprilJanet
    by AprilJanet

    I LOVE the fact that it holds 1.5 quarts - it's really hard to find a large capacity ice cream maker for a good price. The value is incredible as well. I don't know how durable it is as I just got it the other day and have only used it once. It does have some plastic parts but they look fairly sturdy - we'll see how it holds up. The only slight drawback that I noticed (I only used it once, mind you) is that the finished product becomes somewhat 'airy' as the paddle mixes the ingredients continually. I used to have a Donvier Ice Cream maker and with those, you hand-turn the crank once or twice every 5-10 minutes and the canister does the rest. I may try that next time and just see if this unit will allow for that type of production. I ended up putting the ice cream in a container in the freezer to 'harden' it up some more but when it was finished it was almost like the consistency of a Wendy's Frosty. I just checked it in the freezer and it's a little bit harder now. In any case, I am very pleased with the price and size of the unit and am very happy with my purchase. I'm sure that I'll be able to use it exactly how I want it with a little bit of practice.

    Was this review helpful? (29) (8)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    AprilJanet
    Santa Clara, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:A few times per month
    Great little machine!
    5/13/2011

    Customer review by Irishcolleen

    5.0 stars 5/13/2011 by Irishcolleen
    by Irishcolleen

    I just bought this machine a week ago and have made 2 different kinds of ice cream in it so far. The first recipe was one I got from the Eagle Brand condensed milk website (vanilla). It was fabulous!!! The second one was peaches and cream from the instruction booklet that came with the machine. A word of advice...don't make this recipe. It calls for way too much vanilla extract, and in my opinion, it wasn't sweet enough. I threw it all away after taking the first bite! Nasty!!! The machine, itself, is great, so far! It does say that in order to get a hard serve ice cream from it, you have to freeze it. It comes out as soft serve. I really like that it only makes 1 1/2 qts. Also, I recommend that you freeze the container for at least 24 hours. My first attempt was after 8 hours, and although the machine worked fine, my first attempt had to be frozen in the refrigerator freezer. Can't wait to make another batch! :)

    Was this review helpful? (7) (3)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    Irishcolleen
    Lafayette, LA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
    fast, yummy ice-cream
    11/22/2013

    Customer review by apple546321

    5.0 stars 11/22/2013 by apple546321
    by apple546321
    Verified purchaser
    Verified purchaser
    Customer has been confirmed to have purchased the item from Walmart.

    This ice-cream maker is FAST! it says 20-40 minutes...we shut it off at 20 minutes. The recipes you can create once you've mastered the basic are endless. One tip, when you wash the insert prior to re-freezing, wipe out really well or you have ice forming and the paddle will not turn. Also, if you wait too long to turn the machine on after you have poured in your mix, it will begin to freeze to the wall/bottom of the bowl and the paddle will not turn.

    Was this review helpful? (21) (1)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Was this review helpful?
    apple546321
    USA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Usage:Every few days
    Verified purchaser
    Verified purchaser
    Customer has been confirmed to have purchased the item from Walmart.
    1-10 of 153 total reviews See all
    1-10 of 153 reviews

    Customer Reviews | 174 reviews | 3.8 out of 5

    Customer Reviews

    Was this review helpful?
    Was this review helpful?

    Customer Q&A

    Back
    Questions & Answers 27 questions
    1-3 of 27 questions

    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

    Thank you.

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

    Back
    Gelato should be mixed slowly for a thicker less air pocket consistency.
    by wkredick66 5/21/2011
    11 answers
    • A. No - the only options are "on" & "off"
      by ScooterSaurus1/18/2012
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Thank you for your question. This unit only has one speed setting.
      by HBBrandsCustomerService12/5/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. nope. its a turn it on and go. it spins
      by dewsmom12/4/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. No.
      by Review4ubyme11/27/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. this ice cream maker has only one speed.
      by 4wtp7/23/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. As far as I know there is only on-off swicth so there is only one speed but it spins very slow.
      by Ohimesama4SP11/13/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. No
      by iamo198011/13/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. there is only 1 speed. i tried to make sorbet but didnt process the fruit correctly first. it was to be pureed and i used a mixer so wasnt the best
      by tpalmit6/30/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. No. On / off only.
      by CoxRanch6/25/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. no vairable speeds and my ice cream never got firm like the good old-fasioned makers. Returning my today, 2 batches later
      by anyone26/18/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)
      Was this answer helpful?
    Back
    by an anonymous customer 9/13/2011
    11 answers
    • A. Yes. You can make anything as long as you have the recipe
      by HellridgeGal8/18/2016
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Yes. There's a recipe in the booklet for strawberry sorbet. I didn't have much luck getting my stuff to freeze, though, but you could make a good strawberry slushy! It does that really well.
      by TroutCreekMama8/18/2016
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. There are recipes that come in the instructions for sorbet.
      by corockiesr4me8/18/2016
      Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Yes. It includes a recipe for Strawberry Sorbet in the instrucion book.
      by rowan20018/18/2016
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. There is a strawberry sorbet recipe in the instructions booklet....so....yes. :)
      by NickNameNotTakenAlready8/18/2016
      Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Yes it can. A sorbet recipe comes with machine?
      by Sucee7/25/2012
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. yes, the instructions are in the manual that comes with the machine
      by bitwad7/22/2012
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. yes there is even a sorbet recipe included in the recipe book that comes with it.
      by mothermonica7/22/2012
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. sure!!
      by dewsmom12/4/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Yes.
      by Review4ubyme11/27/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    Back
    by memeshops 11/19/2010
    11 answers
    • A. It can take 20 min or a little longer. It will be soft server so if you want it to be scoop ready you will have to freeze it for a little while.
      by iamo198010/22/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. takes 12-24 hours to freeze container at first then takes 20-40 minutes to make the ice cream. i keep the container in freezer at all times so dont ahve to freeze it ahead of time
      by tpalmit4/7/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Depends on your recipe. When I use milk it takes about 20 minutes but with half and half it took 45.
      by CoxRanch4/7/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. The ice cream usually takes about 1 hr or less as long as the ingredients are ice cold. Originally the ice cream is very soft & firms up after about an hour or so in the freezer. When I've used choc chips or cookie dough, I scoop it with a melon baller, freeze it then add it at the middle of the churning. The actual end time depends on how cold the original ingredients are, how well iced the inner freezing container is at the onset of the production. Usually less than an hour!
      by MadeByMaggie4/7/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. 20 - 40 minutes....very fast! Make sure you freeze the container for at least 24 hours, though. This really helps speed the process along nicely. :)
      by Irishcolleen4/7/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Like it states in the booklet 20-40 minutes. I let mine go for 40 minutes for my 1st time so I would be sure it was ready worked wonderfully. just follow the directions in the booklet and for the recipes.
      by deb195894/27/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. 20 minutes to one hour depending on how full the canister is and how cold the ingredients are. I highly recommend mixing/cooking your ingredients the night before and chilling in the fridge overnight.
      by Review4ubyme4/19/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Mine was almost done at 20 minutes but then I added chocolate chips and those weren't cold so it added about 20 more minutes. I don't think that would have happened if I had made sure the chocolate was cold. The colder the mix the quicker the result.
      by Lady1n1MM4/2/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. Vanilla took 32 mins. Chocolate 17 mins.
      by HealthyMomma4/7/2015
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    • A. most of the time 20 minutes, never more than 30
      by 123action2/7/2011
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
      Was this answer helpful?
    1-3 of 27 questions See all
    1-3 of 27 questions
    Customers also viewed these products

    Policies & Plans

    See any care plans, options and policies that may be associated with this product.

    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:  Year Years See details

    Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
    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’re committed to providing low prices every day, on everything. So if you find a current lower price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, tell us and we’ll match it. See more details at Online Price Match.