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Hamilton Beach 68330R 4 Quart Bucket Ice Cream Maker

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Rating 4.5| 66 reviews

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Manufacturer Part Number: 68330R

  • Makes ice cream, frozen yogurt, custard, sherbet & gelato
  • Fully automatic
  • Over 20 recipes included
  • Easy -Lock lid


    • Ice-cream maker produces up to 4 quarts in 20 to 40 minutes
    • Fully automatic operation--no labor-intensive stirring required
    • Makes homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt, custard, sherbet, and gelato
    • Easy-lock lid; hand wash; user manual with 20 recipes included
    • Measures approximately 12 by 12 by 13-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty


    • Product Length: 11.9 inches
    • Product Width: 12.0 inches
    • Product Height: 13.4 inches
    • Product Weight: 6.5 pounds
    • Package Length: 13.3 inches
    • Package Width: 12.1 inches
    • Package Height: 11.8 inches
    • Package Weight: 6.6 pounds

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    Customer Reviews
    By Cee
    Date Added: Thursday 24 February, 2011
    I got this for my birthday yesterday and I made Chocolate Hazelnut Gelato. I'm suprised that how wonderful this machine is! The only downfall is that the instructions as a tad bit misleading. It takes a hour and a half (roughly) to make soft-serve ice cream, compared to the 20 to 40 minutes they estimate. If you want grocery store quality ice cream, freeze it over night. The others I found in this price range are freezer canister style and make 1.5 quarts. The reason why this machine is so cheap is because this is a more old fashion style (no, you don't need to hand crank it) where you use ice and ice cream salt. It works great if you have an ice machine.Let me say that THIS IS A GOOD QUALITY MACHINE!!!
    Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
    By Forrest West "Soul Dancer"
    Date Added: Wednesday 16 February, 2011
    Hi all, I've had my ice cream maker for several months now, and it works perfectly every time. Ive tried several variations of vanilla and strawberry and chocolate and it stops in around 30 to 40 minutes with great results! After at least a dozen batches its goin strong. The machine and several parts are either encased in plastic or made of plastic but that doesnt seem to keep it from working well. The actual ice cream container is aluminum and that helps cool the liquid cream mixture quickly in the freezer or fridge before adding the ice and rock salt. I have settled on a delicious and simple recipe for vanilla that is so quick and easy here it is: 3 pints half and half 1 pint heavy whipping cream 2 (or up to 2 1/2) cups sugar a dash of salt 5 tsp. vanilla I heat the 1st four ingredients on med heat stirring slowly til just long enough to melt the sugar. Pour into the aluminum tank with lid and into the freezer for less than an hour to chill but not freeze, then add the vanilla. Then be sure to put in the paddle that stirs the ice cream! I use 1 10lb bag of ice and part of one 4lb box of rock salt, just alternate 2-3 inches of ice and a heavy sprinkling of the salt between layers and itll take 3-4 layers to get up to the top of the mixer then plug in and listen for it to slow and stop for 30-40 mins, adding a bit of ice and salt if the level drops. It so exciting to unplug and pull the lid off when it stops turning and find that awesome soft homemade ice cream! Leaving it in the mixer w the ice for a while hardens it more and also moving it to the freezer after will harden it overnite. Enjoy! We love ours!
    Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
    By Morgas
    Date Added: Thursday 27 January, 2011
    For the price, this thing rocks. I never had made ice cream at home before, and decided to get this model as my first ice cream maker.The ice cream this thing makes is fantastic.just so you know though:1. you will need to buy a bag of ice when you decide to make this.2. i usually used up 3/4 to a full can of salt each time i make this.3. i normally made 2 quarts, and it seems to finish within 40 mins. i only made 4 quarts once, and it seemed to never technically finish, i just ended it once all the ice was melted.i also made this in the garage, so i didn't have to listen to the machine. If you intend on running this in the house, it might be a tad on the loud side for you.i used this to make about 20+ batches of 2 quart ice creams over the course of 1 1/2 years, and the engine sounds just as powerful as the first day i got it.if your looking for a first time ice cream maker, i highly recommend this, specially if your the type that wants to make a huge amount only once in awhile. if your the type that wants to make smaller portions more often, then i would recommend getting one of the Cuisinart ice cream makers.i have just recently moved on to the Cuisinart Pure Indulgence 2qt ice cream maker, and it is much simpler to use (almost too ez) Cuisinart Pure IndulgenceTM 2 Qt. Ice Cream-frozen Yogurt & Sorbet Maker
    Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
    By deb2tm
    Date Added: Tuesday 18 January, 2011
    I am very happy with this ice cream maker. It makes ice cream in about 30 minutes and makes enough for 4 people and still have some to put up in freezer for later.
    Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
    By sbdavis
    Date Added: Friday 14 January, 2011
    I got this ice cream maker for my husband and we've made ice cream 3 times already. Works great and easy to clean.
    Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
    By Keksa23
    Date Added: Monday 10 January, 2011
    Really? Who has room for this? And who has time to use actual ice with this thing?I returned this and watched for the Cuisinart Ice-21 which is an acceptable size (live in NY so every little bit of space counts) and you just pop the cuisinart bowl in the freezer and no ice to make.I'm beginning to question ever getting an ice cream maker though. I'm hoping to find some more economical ways to make ice cream because heavy cream and sweetened condensed milk can be expensive.
    Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]
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