Chill Factor Ice Cream Maker

After seeing reviews last year of the Chill Factor Slushy Maker last year and subsequently purchasing some for my teens, I was excited to be offered the Chill Factor Ice Cream Maker to review.

Chill Factor Ice Cream Maker
Chill Factor Ice Cream Maker

The kit promises that is is an amazing, quick and easy “at home” ice cream making sensation which makes fresh, natural, soft serve ice cream in minutes with no mess and no fuss!

Chill Factor Ice Cream Maker
Chill Factor Ice Cream Maker

Step 1:  Freeze the Chill Factor Ice Cream Maker until it is frozen

Step 2:  Measure and mix the ingredients from the recipe guide in the lid and then pour them into the Ice Cream Maker

Step 3:  Screw the lid of the cone back on and shake for a few seconds to mix the ingredients

Step 4:  Remove the topping lid and squeeze, squeeze, squeeze.  In minutes you have a delicious soft serve ice cream treat.

Using 100ml of single cream I found the ice cream too sickly for me, but Kian loved it and we were both genuinely surprised by how well it turned out.  I tried to get a picture of the ice cream only to find he had wolfed down the whole lot rather quickly!

There are lots of recipes and flavours to try and I am keen to try and make the sorbet next as that sounds lovely and refreshing.  It definitely isn’t the quickest way to make an ice cream dessert but it is certainly fun!

13 thoughts on “Chill Factor Ice Cream Maker

  1. What a great little gadget. I want one!
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  2. Shell Louise says:

    My girls keep asking for one of these but I worried they weren’t going to be as good as they seem. Thanks for this review; I’ll be happy to buy them one now I know they really do work!
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  3. I picked up the slush maker at Xmas in July – the ice cream sounds great!
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  4. anna says:

    Oh I hadn’t seen these before! Did see the slushy maker and still quite fancy getting one of those. My eldest is crazy about icecream its his favourite he would probably love this!
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  5. Aly says:

    I’m a meanie and I only allow ice cream to be eaten on really hot days.It looks a lot of fun 😀
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  6. Now that looks good would be fab for the summer .x

  7. This looks great and so easy too. Would be great for my ice cream mad boy!
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  8. Vicky says:

    Oh wow! I know both my two would enjoy the whole shaking process – and the ice-cream at the end – nom a nom a nom 🙂
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  9. Interesting gadget, I have an icecream maker and I hardly use it, I prefer old fashioned way of freezing in tupperware.
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  10. Looks fun! Wish we could eat ice cream!
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  11. VaiChin says:

    J would love to be able to make his own ice-cream!
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  12. What a clever idea. I have an ice cream maker which is like a kind of casserole dish which you put in the freezer, taking out to stir the ingredients every so often, but this looks much simpler.
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  13. Keri-Anne says:

    Oh. this looks wonderful! My girls would love this x

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