A lot of people are looking for kitchen appliances that can whip out
results in the fastest and the most convenient way possible. I do that all the time, even in ice cream makers.
I love ice cream and I love to make my own ice cream at home. Aside from function, speed should be considered
when buying an ice cream maker.
I wanted a unit that cam make ice cream fast so that I don’t have to wait for a few hours to enjoy a snack.
Well, I bought the fastest ice cream maker in the market today and it is the Lello 4080 Musso Lussino 1.5 Quart Ice
Cream Maker. Yes, it has been proven and tested that this is a great ice cream maker. It can create delicious ice
creams and sorbets of the flavor of your choice in just 30 minutes.
quick ice cream maker
The beauty of this machine is that the canister does not have to be frozen since the machine will do the
freezing for you. Other ice cream makers promise to create ice cream in just 20 minutes. But in reality, the 20
minutes is just the churning and mixing part because the actual canister needs to be placed in the freezer for a
minimum of 2-3 hours. That is a lot of wasted time.
But don’t get your hopes too high. The Lello 4080 Musso Lussino Ice Cream Maker is quite an expensive product. I
have to save for a few months before I was able to finally buy one for my home. Its retail price can reach to 600
dollars. But the price is definitely worth it since the ice cream is so delicious, light and fluffy and I get to
eat it in under an hour too.
Other people consider the Cuisinart ICE-21 Ice Cream Maker to be the fastest ice cream maker. Well this might be
true if you do not count the time the canister sits inside the freezer. A cheaper version from another brand can be
bought at around 200 dollars. It is the DeLonghi GM6000 Gelato Maker. It also has a self0compressor which
refrigerates and chills the contents of the jar while it is being churned and mixed. In under an hour, it is also
able to make desserts that you can enjoy. But I love the texture of the ice cream by Lello 4080 than the DeLonghi
GM6000. But that is just my own take.