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KEEN Youth Howser II Mid Boot 5 Black Iris Bluebird
The KEEN Youth Howser II Mid Boot is a warm winter boot for big kids. Insulated with charcoal sourced from bamboo these boots Are rated down to -4°F/-20°C while staying nice and light on the feet. Dual hook and loop closures provide a snug Fit and effortless on/off. Features of the KEEN Youth Howser II Mid Boot Lightweight Performance nylon Upper Double adjustable hook-and-loop closure for easy on and off Removable PU insole for long-lasting comfort Direct-attach PU Midsole for resilient long-lasting cushioning Keen. warm Insulation rated to -4°F/-20°C Eco anti-odor for natural odor control
Heyo!: I was on the fence about getting an ice cream maker because I figured it would break shortly after using it, but I decided to go for it. I've had my ice cream maker for about a week now and I have used it 3 times and so far, so good! It only takes about 20 minutes to make delicious ice cream or sorbets. Some of the recipes in the booklet (and in other recipes online or in other books) might require some additional prep work. The ice cream maker makes 1-1/2 quarts which is more than enough for my husband and I to enjoy. It's quick, easy and contains less preservatives than store bought.The only issue I have with it is the mixing attachment is made of plastic. It feels like it has to be handled very gingerly or it will snap in two. At times I am concerned that I will make an ice cream that is too thick for it to handle. I hope this thing last a long time so we can get many uses out of it. I'll update if and when it breaks.
HL "Laughter brings happiness": Please, someone tell me what did I not get it right to have this grainy ice cream that stuck to the freeze bowl?It tastes more like a sorbet with all the ingredients I put guided by its manual.And, I am so surprised how much fat and sugar it requires to make an ice cream. Does anyone know how to make a healthy smooth ice cream recipe with low fat or non-fat options?
H. Thompson: This ice cream maker is easy to use, easy to clean and makes delicious ice cream.
Hungry Reader: I love frozen yogurt. However, in my neck of the woods, sometimes it is difficult to find decent frozen yogurt that is not filled with sweetners and other additives. I make my own yogurt, and thought I would pick up an ice cream maker and give homemade frozen yogurt a shot.After reading the reviews on Amazon and other places, I was wary about getting the Cuisinart. I was attracted to the high end ice cream makers, but the cost was way too prohibitive for me. So I thought, what the heck, let me try the Cuisinart - it got much better reviews than the Krups.Well, I just tried my first batch. I was a little skeptical that I would get anything more than soft goo that had been described by other reviewers, especially since I made up my own recipe using evaporated milk and my own homemade yogurt.Wow - it worked like a charm! In 25 minutes, I had a nice soft ice cream that I would be willing to eat right there, but I did put it into a plastic container for further hardening. Since there are no preservatives and it is sweetened to my tastes, the frozen yogurt is clear and bright tasting, without any after taste or gummy feeling on the tongue.I am sooo happy that I have bought this appliance. No more store bought frozen yogurt for me!! I just invested in a bunch of different Sonoma Syrups (I used Meyer Lemon for this batch). Mmmmm.My tips:1. I froze the tub in my deep freezer for 48 hours.2. My ingredients were cold when I added them.3. I took the tub from the freezer, turned it on and immediately added the cold ingredients. I did not allow any time for the tub to warm up.4. I took another reviewer's advice and placed a plate on top of the unit to help keep the tub cold while running.I do not understand why so many have problems with the ingredients not freezing. I could not be more pleased with the results!I would definitely recommend this to others! Just follow the directions, and the whole world of custom frozen desserts opens up - at a very reasonable price!!!!
I. Avrunin: We wanted to get an Ice Cream maker so that we could make "Ice Cream" with Soy Milk for someone sensitive to dairy products. We considered the ones with built in freezers but not only were they expensive but heavy. We have make banana and strawberry "ice cream" using soy milk and both have come out perfect. The total time was about 30 minutes and we ate it right out of the container without additional freezing. We froze the leftover and it still tasked good but could not compare to the consistency of the original. We are considering getting a second container so that we can make a second batch right after the first.