I've waited 15 years for this appliance…

00:00 – Intro
00:55 – How It Works
03:04 – Frozen Yogurt
08:14 – Sorbet
10:47 – Ice Cream
14:12 – Final Thoughts

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13 Replies to “I've waited 15 years for this appliance…”

  1. We have the Ninja Creami & it’s been amazing!!!! Our kids love making their own blends

  2. I’m so looking forward to peach season because homemade peach ice cream is summer in a bowl!

  3. I have one of these, great ice cream and sorbet, but also amazing for things such as soup (sweetcorn, tinned), hummus and pates.Take a look at the Pacojet recipes.

  4. Wow this is such an awesome thing! I only recently started to make “ice cream” and that has only been with my blender, so this is a really innovative idea!

    A tip for keeping your ice cream from melting pronto, use a stainless steel, double-walled, insulated tumbler, like the travel bowls or (for my kids) I use the 8oz to-go tumblers from Klean Kanteen. Our ice cream stays frozen to the very end, and I take my time eating ice cream.

  5. Goat yogurt has a funk because its processed. Just so ya know. I raise goats and the milk doesn't have a taste at all and is sweeter than cows milk.

  6. nice Ninja commercial! LOL not that i mind, i own the blender/processor. but i bought a $25 sorbet maker off the big A, and it does a great job!! all the different products, just freeze your ingredients in ice cube trays so you can feed them in the top. it's just a grinder for frozen foods. use any recipe, and you have great, instant, fresh frozen desserts!!

  7. Surely this takes more time than an ice cream machine with a condenser that freezes as it churns and they give super smooth results without any ice crystals

  8. Sorry, but America's Test Kitchen rated it as one of the WORST products for 2023. Watch the video to see the reasons they rated it so bad.

  9. I've bought one a year ago and I love it! My favorite way to make good no fuss sorbet is to use canned fruits in light syrup and add some spice to them.

  10. Ok 10 min defrosting, 10 min packo-jetting, 5 min re-spinning and 5 min for serving and all procedures… so 30 min isn't it too much? For that long the walls of the container definitely will start melting and liking or am I missing something ?!

  11. Try with a pinch of Xantham gum. Makes a HUGE difference in ice crystals

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