Soft serve on your counter

You can have soft serve any time you want with the Deni Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker in your kitchen.

The Deni Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker Deni

Growing up, my dad would take me for a soft-serve ice cream cone as a special summertime treat. I'd love to do the same with my family, but there aren't any soft-serve sellers near where we live. The Deni Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker provides one of my favorite treats right at home. The system includes a motor and canister that chills and churns your ingredients into soft serve in just a few minutes, even dispensing it with the signature twist of a soft serve treat. The base is also large enough to slide large sundae bowls underneath, if you'd rather a bowl instead of a cone.

The Deni Soft Serve Ice Cream Maker isn't limited to soft serve, however. It can also make hard ice cream and frozen yogurt, as well as slushes and other frozen drinks. If you have any special dietary needs, the ice cream maker can be an easy way to make sure you know exactly what ingredients are in your dessert. Each batch makes between 8 and 10 cones (or an equivalent amount of a non-ice-cream dessert). The Deni Soft Serve Ice Cream disassembles so you can easily wipe it down. It costs approximately $60.

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    Thursday Bram is a freelance journalist of over five years experience. She has worked in real estate and property management, learning the hard way the difference between the appliances that people like and the appliances that actually work in a home. Thursday currently lives in Maryland.

     

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