If you're a true ice cream enthusiast, you've probably tasted a gelato in Italy. A gelato is handmade with traditional ingredients: cream, milk and eggs. Fresh fruit, chocolate or nuts can be added to taste. You can have it any way you like.
Making ice cream with the ice cream maker
One of the latest trends is to make your own ice cream, and it allows for endless variation. You can make ice cream with or without an ice cream maker, but we will explain how to do it with an ice cream maker. If you want to make a classic ice cream, you can achieve the best results with an ice cream maker. The machine will ensure that the ice cream freezes and mixes at the same time. This will keep the amount of ice crystals low, making the ice cream soft and creamy. Exactly the way you want it. If you make your ice cream manually, the chance of ice crystals forming is much higher. With an ice cream maker, the process is a lot easier, quicker, and less labour-intensive.
Boretti ice cream maker Gelateria
The Gelateria ice cream maker by Boretti will have your gelato ready within one hour. You can also use the machine for making a sorbet or frozen yoghurt. The digital timer on the LCD display will tell you exactly how long it will take before the ice cream is ready. The removable bowl is easy to clean, and with a capacity of 2 litres, you'll have plenty of ice cream for everyone! The device has an output of 180 watts. The ice cream maker is available in three trendy colours.
Various ice cream makers
The biggest difference between the various ice cream makers is whether they are self-freezing. The models have this feature are more expensive, but allow you to make multiple batches of ice cream after another. The more economically priced ice cream makers have a separate cooling element. This cooling element needs to be put in the freezer for 24 hours, which means you can only make one batch of ice cream at a time.