Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt Makers

Frozen yogurt makers from Cuisinart can also be used to make ice cream, sorbet and other frozen snacks. Covering a broad range of functions and price points, the range of Cuisinart yogurt makers available today is impressive.

Cuisinart was founded in the early 1970's by Carl and Shirley Sontheimer. Carl Sontheimer is credited with introducing the food processor into American homes, after re-engineering what was then an appliance only used in commercial kitchens. Since then Cuisinart has gone on to expand its range of kitchen appliances to include grills, toasters, waffle makers, electric knives, blenders and ice cream / yogurt makers, among other products.

Starting at the less expensive end of the range, the ICE-20 makes up to 1.5 quarts of frozen yogurt, ice cream or sorbet automatically.

Or if you like the old fashioned look, you could try the Cuisinart ICE-25 Classic Frozen Yogurt Maker. It has a capacity of 1 and 1/2 quarts as well, but has the traditional look of one of those old manual ice cream makers.

The ICE-35 is also big on presentation. It makes up to 2 quarts of frozen yogurt. Not only that, but it has a wood finish with stainless steel bands.

For those who like variety, the ICE-40 Flavor Duo Frozen Yogurt Maker contains dual 1 quart freezer bowls. This means you can make two different flavors at the same time.

Another 2 quart frozen yogurt maker is the ICE-30BC, this one in a single freezer bowl. It features a brushed steel finish.

The top of the line model is the ICE-50BC. Unlike the models above, the ICE-50BC frozen yogurt maker doesn't contain a removable chilling chamber which needs to be pre-frozen. Rather, it contains a built-in compressor-freezer which generates the low temperatures requires for the machine to work.