Used Ice Cream Freezer

used ice cream freezer
    ice cream
  • A soft frozen food made with sweetened and flavored milk fat
  • A serving of this, typically in a bowl or a wafer cone or on a stick
  • Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream are two lines of luxury clothing established by Pharrell of The Neptunes and Nigo, founder of BAPE.
  • Ice Cream is a 1986 Malayalam movie directed by Antony Eastman.
  • frozen dessert containing cream and sugar and flavoring
  • A refrigerator is a cooling apparatus. The common household appliance (often called a "fridge" for short) comprises a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump—chemical or mechanical means—to transfer heat from it to the external environment (i.e.
  • deep-freeze: electric refrigerator (trade name Deepfreeze) in which food is frozen and stored for long periods of time
  • A refrigerated compartment, cabinet, or room for preserving food at very low temperatures
  • Pokemon has 493 (as of Pokemon Diamond and Pearl) distinctive fictional species classified as the titular Pokemon.
  • A device for making frozen desserts such as ice cream or sherbet
used ice cream freezer - White Mountain
White Mountain F69206-X 6-Quart Electric Ice Cream Freezer
White Mountain F69206-X 6-Quart Electric Ice Cream Freezer
For a century and a half, since a woman in New York invented the hand-crank freezer, making ice cream has been an American family value. Mom blended the ice cream mixture; Dad filled the maker's wooden tub with ice and rock salt to achieve the below-freezing temperature needed to produce smooth confections; kids clamored to turn the crank; and everyone happily consumed big bowls of ice cream as a reward. This family-bonding activity remains as vibrant today as it was through a century-and-a-half of "progress." With various ice cream, frozen yogurt, and sherbet recipes included, this old-fashioned White Mountain ice cream maker maintains the tradition. Only the use of modern stainless steel for the freezer can and dasher and the electric motor distinguish this rugged maker from the one earlier generations enjoyed. And years from now it will still be used, knitting together a family's history. --Fred Brack
From the Manufacturer The smiles will go for miles! Make delicious, homemade ice cream fast with the powerful electric motor on the White Mountain F69206-X 6-quart electric ice cream freezer.
There is nothing quite like homemade ice cream. Create memories that will last a lifetime with your new, large 6-quart electric ice cream maker. Gather a crowd as you make extra for the whole gang!
At a Glance
New England white pine bucket
Corrosion-resistant, cast-iron, triple-action dasher
Three-gear electric motor system
Steel inner bucket
Makes 6 quarts of ice cream in 20 to 40 minutes
5-year limited warranty
Recipes included

Features Motor: Only the White Mountain brand uses a 12,000 RPM commercial-grade motor to provide ample churning torque needed for making homemade ice cream. No other ice cream maker has the power to restart after stopping to add fruit, berries, chocolate, or candy to a thickened ice cream mixture.
Bucket: The wood bucket is crafted of select pine from New England and bound with strong galvanized hoops and electroplated fittings to ensure lasting stability.
Canister: The tall canister design allows the ice cream to come in close contact with the ice and rock salt making it freeze faster. Our canister is manufactured of heavy-duty stainless steel that will provide years of ice cream making service.
Dasher: The patented dasher system is constructed of heavy-duty cast iron and is electroplated for lasting durability. It will never warp out of shape like plastic dashers are prone to do. And the beech wood blades are self-adjusting to ensure uniform scraping of the ice cream mixture on the canisters interior sidewall.


The White Mountain Experience The White Mountain Experience started in the 1850s.
Founded in 1853, we’ve always been about making good times happen right at home with ice cream you make yourself. The experience starts with the discussion--often the kids get their pick--of what flavor ice cream your family wants to make. Vanilla with bittersweet chocolate chips or maybe peach made with orchard fresh peaches. Every delicious choice is limited only by your imagination. Just set up your White Mountain ice cream maker with ice and rock salt, and let the fun begin. Whether you’re cooling off a hot summer picnic or warming up a homebound winter weekend, the experience is one you can’t put a price on.
Our secret is the triple-motion dasher.
At the heart of the White Mountain ice cream maker is a uniquely designed, twin-blade "dasher." The outer canister turns clockwise and the blades turn both clockwise and counter clockwise. That triple-motion action continuously folds the ingredient mixture from the outer walls back onto itself creating the smoothest and creamiest down-home ice cream ever made.

86% (13)
Huff Ice Cream Freightliner M2 Business Class
Huff Ice Cream  Freightliner M2 Business Class
Freightliner M2 Johnson's Refrigerated Truck Body HTS-10T Tilt Mount Hand Truck Sentry System. Image courtesy of Huff Ice Cream - Sidney, New York, Freightliner Corporation - Portland, Oregon and Ryder Truck - Miami, Florida - December 2008 The HTS-10T shown with the new High Position HTS adapter plate designed for low bumpers, chassis frames or trucks equipped with low profile tires. An example of functional engineering at its best!" John Huff - OWNER - Huff Ice Cream - Sidney, New York The Frozen Food Industry such as Carvel Ice Cream, Schwan's Food Service and Boar's Head Provisions use refrigerated box vans or cold-plate freezer systems that run more efficiently when the rear doors are opened less and closed more quickly. This results in using less fuel and route time! The HTS eliminates the need to reopen the cooler system to store the hand truck after the delivery! The driver can reduce loading time at each and every delivery stop, by opening the refrigerated door 10-30 times less per day. The HTS Ultra-Rack® also reduces the need to lift, over stretch, twist or climb! The HTS is a new hand truck invention that reduces workmen's compensation claims. When working out of a dry box van or refrigerated truck body (using an HTS) the safety, the savings and the payback can be substantial! Schwan's Foods (Freschetta Pizza), Kraft Foods (DiGiorno Pizza) and Carvel Ice Cream drivers appear to have similar delivery routines. We’ve been studying their work process and interviewing drivers about safe product handling and equipment choices. If the driver finds an empty dock door and he’s able to dock his truck, the driver may select a few options to transfer his goods. He may use his hand truck, platform dolly or grab a store u-boat or even a grocery cart. It appears the routine depends on amount of product and the store location. When the driver can’t dock, or he must delivery to a location without a loading dock, their hand truck is vital. Drivers hate to lower and lift their hand truck back into the cargo area. Many route drivers have been seriously injured when falling out of the cargo area while attempting to lower their hand truck to the ground. Often drivers become injured when lifting improperly when reloading their hand trucks aboard the rear of the truck. We observed one delivery driver making a pick-up as he walked to the rear of the delivery truck, unlatch and opened the rear cargo door, climb up onto the box van. The driver then had to lean dangerously over the edge of the door threshold to lower his hand truck five feet to the ground, then carefully climb down and secure the door closed; just to access his hand truck! Total time for this task was over one minute per stop, 30 minutes a day or 2.5 hours of labor per week! If a driver doesn't have a hand truck, they hate wasting time and walking into the store to search for a cart. We asked one route driver what he thought about our HTS Ultra-Rack. He said, “I enjoy having my hand truck out of the way when I’m reloading my truck or when I’m building orders in the freezer. It’s great to have the hand truck closer to the ground where I need it! "I also don't miss the lifting and lower at every stop." Many frozen foods delivery drivers pick their store orders, load them into their gray cargo (totes) tubs and load their tubs onto a hand truck or platform dolly. Most drivers hate using dollies if they’re parked on snow, ice or gravel parking lots. Some drivers will grab their dolly and push it with their body bent over, because at times they don’t want to lower and lift their heavier hand truck from the high freezer body. If they do have an HTS unit and a hand truck they usually select the hand truck to move their totes, instead of pushing the dolly hunched over. Workers can strain or injure their back this way. Training drivers to change their work behavior or alter their routine to increase safety and ergonomics isn’t easy! But when you do, risk managers and safety directors can quantify the benefits by creating a very profitable bottom-line!
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Was looking for a good summertime snack to make with the kids over the long weekend, and decided on homemade ice cream sandwiches. The kids wanted to go with a peanut butter cookie and vanilla ice cream, so that's what we made. We left a few cookies unassembled for the kids to eat while the sandwiches set up, which also left a few servings of ice cream. Swirled some (also left over) bourbon caramel into it, and put it into the freezer where it now sits taunting me. Shot this outside to take advantage of the light on a gorgeous morning, using some parchment paper to soften the sunlight a bit. Was a little tricky to get the shots I wanted before the heat got to the ice cream! Ingredients For the cookies: 2 1/2 c. all-purpose flour 8 oz. unsalted butter 1 c. sugar 1 c. light brown sugar, packed 2 eggs 2 tsp. vanilla extract 1 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. baking soda 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1 c. peanut butter 1 c. roasted, salted peanuts, ground in a food processor to resemble coarse sand For the ice cream: 3 c. half and half 1 vanilla bean 3/4 c. sugar 6 egg yolks Directions Preheat oven to 350°F and set racks to upper-middle and lower-middle positions. Line 2 cookie sheets with parchment paper or baking mats. Combine flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt and whisk to combine. Cream butter and sugars together in a stand mixer. Add eggs, one at a time and scraping down the sides of the mixer bowl between eggs. Add vanilla extract and peanut butter and beat until combined. Add the dry ingredients and combine by hand. Mix in the ground peanuts last. Form cookies by taking 3-4 tbl. of dough and rolling into balls. Leave a good amount of space between the balls, as the dough will spread. Using a fork that's been dipped in water to keep it from sticking, press down each ball in a crosshatch pattern. Bake for 12-14 minutes, rotating the cookie sheets halfway through the baking time, until the cookies are brown at the edges. Cool on the cookie sheets for 5 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely. It helps to freeze the cookies before assembling the sandwiches. To make the ice cream, scrape the vanilla bean into a medium saucepan with the half and half, bring to a simmer, then cover and let sit for 30 minutes. Whisk the egg yolks and sugar together in a mixing bowl. Bring the half and half back to a simmer, then, whisking constantly, slowly pour the hot half and half into the egg yolks. Return the whole mixture to the saucepan and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until the mixture thickens enough to coat the back of a wooden spoon and your finger leaves a trail when dragged through the coating. Process in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer's instructions. Most ice cream machines will leave you with ice cream that's a little too soft to form sandwiches with right away, so transfer into the freezer until the ice cream is set up but still malleable. Spread onto flat side of one cookie and sandwich with a second similarly-sized cookie, then transfer to the freezer to set completely. When frozen, seal in an airtight container and keep in the freezer up to a week or so (not that they last that long in my house). This made 8 sandwiches and left a few cookies and about 1 1/2 c. of ice cream.

used ice cream freezer
used ice cream freezer
Cuisinart ICE-RFB 1-1/2-Quart Additional Freezer Bowl, Fits ICE-20/21 Ice Cream Maker
Keep an extra Freezer Bowl on hand for making and freezing several different flavors of your favorite ice cream. Use this bowl with the Cuisinart 1.5-Qt. Ice Cream and Sorbet Maker sold separately. It's double insulated to keep your dessert ice-cold..

When the whole neighborhood brings the kids to your house, this extra freezer bowl provides needed flexibility by letting you make an additional batch of your favorite ice cream, frozen yogurt, or sorbet. Little assembly is required to use this extra bowl, as it's made to fit on the Cuisinart ice-cream maker. The bowl does not come with a lid for storage of your sweet creations, and so should be kept away from any heat source, and it's not dishwasher-safe. --Teresa Simanton