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The best ice-cream makers to create your own 99 cones and desserts

While a simple homemade mix will produce good results, a machine is necessary to achieve peak smoothness

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David Kiersey of Freezin Friesian ice cream with his mother's Buffalo Ice-Cream Maker. Photo: Mark Condren

David Kiersey of Freezin Friesian ice cream with his mother's Buffalo Ice-Cream Maker. Photo: Mark Condren

Sensio Home 1.4L Ice Cream Maker

Sensio Home 1.4L Ice Cream Maker

Magimix 1.1L Le Glacier Ice-Cream Maker

Magimix 1.1L Le Glacier Ice-Cream Maker

Kenwood Chef Frozen Dessert Maker

Kenwood Chef Frozen Dessert Maker

Cuisinart 2L Ice-Cream Maker

Cuisinart 2L Ice-Cream Maker

Magimix Gelato Expert

Magimix Gelato Expert

Buffalo 1.5L Ice-Cream Maker

Buffalo 1.5L Ice-Cream Maker

Sage The Smart Scoop

Sage The Smart Scoop

OXO Good Grips Ice-Cream Scoop

OXO Good Grips Ice-Cream Scoop

Zeroll Ice-Cream Scoop

Zeroll Ice-Cream Scoop

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David Kiersey of Freezin Friesian ice cream with his mother's Buffalo Ice-Cream Maker. Photo: Mark Condren

There’s nothing better than a bowl of ice cream on a hot day and homemade ice cream is even nicer than anything you can buy in the shop.

Although it’s possible to make ice cream without a machine, only a dedicated maker can break down the large ice crystals so your scoops taste smooth and silky rather than coarse and grainy.


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