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Whether you're making ice cream for a birthday party, sorbet for a dinner party or a frozen cocktail for a patio party, you're sure to be the life of the party thanks to his versatile ice cream maker from Cook's Companion! With two one-pint canisters, you can make different varieties of frozen desserts simultaneously! Unlike similar machines, no salt or ice is required, and the two included funnels let you add toppings to your frozen delights without the mess.

We know you'll enjoy making all of the fun and exotic flavor combinations you've always dreamed of but to get you started we've included twenty-six delicious recipes!


  • Ice Cream Maker
  • Two Canisters
  • Two Funnels
  • Instruction and Recipe Booklet

Ice Cream Maker Features

  • No salt or ice needed
  • Make homemade ice cream and other types of frozen desserts
  • Two 1-pint canisters allow you to make different flavors at the same time
  • Openings on lid allow you to add nuts, chocolate chips, candy etc. with included funnels
  • Canisters feature built-in handles

View instructions and recipes here.

Additional Information

  • Materials: ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), Acrylonitrile Styrene AS, Polyoxymethylene (POM), Polypropylene (PP), silicone and aluminum
  • Noise Level: Loud (60-80db)
  • Power: 15W / 110V / 60Hz; ETL Listed
  • Country of Origin: China


  • One-year limited warranty provided by vendor. Please call: 888-321-5023.

Please see the Care & Operating Instructions tab for important care information.

About the Collection
Rediscover the art of great cooking and create delicious, flavorful meals with Cook's Companion® - a signature line of high-quality kitchen essentials, exclusively available at ShopHQ. The must-have companion for all home cooks, this line offers everything from the latest innovative technologies to time-honored culinary necessities. From cookware and bakeware to small appliances, cutlery we have your kitchen covered.

Cook with friends with Cook's Companion.

Debra MurrayAbout the Chef
From a young age, Debra Ann Murray has been passionate about food and cooking. Growing up in rural New Hampshire, Debra's family tended a large annual garden which fed them throughout the year. In the spring, she would help collect sap to make maple syrup. Debra describes the experience, "I thought my Grandmother was a magician. No matter what we brought her from our gathering - whether berries, grapes, or things from the garden - she would transform them into the most delicious meal or baked goods. You could just feel the love that came from everything she made."

Over the following decades, Debra's passion for cooking and hospitality would grow. She would work in her family's sandwich shop, at catering companies and in restaurants and bars. Eventually, Debra took a job as a food stylist at a TV network. Working behind the scenes, she prepared meals for several on-air guests and high-profile personalities. The celebrities on the network took note of Debra's talents and hired her as their assistants and stylists.

Stepping out from behind the scenes, she soon took center stage, working side-by-side with her high-profile partners. As her career progressed, she authored nine cookbooks and began hosting shows. In 2013, Debra joined ShopHQ where she presents and demonstrates superior-quality kitchen products.

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  • Ice Cream Maker: 4-1/4"L x 13-1/4"W x 10-1/2"H; 5.5 lbs

Care Instructions

  • Clean the canisters, paddles, lid and funnels with warm soapy water.
  • Use a damp cloth to clean the motor top.
  • Never immerse the motor top, plug or cord in water or in any other liquid.
  • Never place the canister in freezer if it is still wet. Make sure all parts are dried thoroughly.
  • Never store plastic parts in freezer.

Operating Instructions

  • Place the canisters in the freezer for at least 8 hours at 0°or lower, (see Freezing the Canister on page 4 of instruction booklet).
  • Follow the recipes in our instruction booklet. Almost any frozen dessert recipe can be used providing it does not make more then 1 3/4 cups of liquid for each canister. 1 3/4 cups will volumize to make 1 pint of ice cream.
  • Prepare the ingredients.
  • Take the canisters out of freezer. The canisters should be used immediately after removal from freezer because it will begin to thaw once placed in room temperature.
  • Plug in the unit to an appropriate outlet. Press the On/Off button. It is important to turn the unit on first before pouring in the mixture.
  • Slowly pour the mixture in the funnel. Leaving at least 1½ inches from the top. Fill the other canister. It is at this time that you leave the machine on for about 5-30 minutes (time varies, depending on the coldness of the ingredients and/or canister), or until mixture becomes the desired thickness. If making ice cream, your result should be a soft, custard-like ice cream. NOTE: Continually check the ice cream mixture while the unit is on.
  • When the frozen dessert is ready, press off. Unplug from the outlet. Remove the motor top by pressing both side lock buttons. Take out the funnels, lid and stir paddles. Remove the frozen mixture from the bowl with a plastic spoon or plastic scoop. Do not use metal utensils or metal objects in the canister.
  • Ice cream will be a custard like ice cream. If you prefer hard ice cream, place ice cream in an air tight container, then place in the freezer and allow it to set until it reaches your desired hardness. It is recommended to remove the frozen dessert from the canister and place in an airtight, freezer safe container. If the frozen dessert is left in the canister, it should only be for a short period of time (less than 30 minutes) or the frozen dessert will freeze to the canister and possibly damage the canister.