Deni 5000 Frozen Dessert Maker User Manual

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COMPACT
Automatic Ice Cream &
Frozen Dessert Maker
Model 5000
IMPORTANT
Please keep these instructions
and your original box
packaging.
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR PROPER USE AND CARE
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using this electrical appliance, safety precautions
should always be observed, including the following:
■ Read all of the instructions.
■ Do not let the cord hang over the edge of the work
space or touch any hot surfaces.
■ Place the ice cream maker securely in the center of
the counter or work space.
■ Close adult supervision must be provided when this
appliance is used by or near children.
■ Avoid any contact with moving parts. Fingers, hair,
clothing, etc. should be kept away during operation.
■ Using attachments not recommended or sold by
Deni/Keystone Manufacturing Co., Inc. may cause
hazards.
■ Do not operate with a damaged cord. Return the
ice cream maker to a repair center or have it
repaired by a licensed electrician.
■ Always unplug before cleaning and removing parts.
■ For indoor use only.
■ Do not place near hot gas or electric burner.
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Keep utensils out of the Speedee FreezeTM canister
while in use to reduce the risk of harm to persons or to
the ice cream maker. SHARP OR METAL UTENSILS OR
OBJECTS SHOULD NOT BE USED ON THE INSIDE OF
THE SPEEDEE FREEZE CANISTER. They can scratch or
damage it. Rubber or wooden utensils may be used
when the ice cream maker is off.
Do not clean with metal scrubbing pads. Pieces can
break off the pad and short-circuit electrical parts,
creating a possibility of an electrical shock.
To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse
plug, cord or motor top in water or any other liquid.
Do not use an extension cord with this ice cream
maker. However, if one is used, it must have a rating
equal to or exceeding the rating of this appliance.
This ice cream maker is for household use only.
This ice cream maker should not be used for other than
the intended use.
The Deni Scoop Factor y® Compact has a polarized
plug (one blade is wider than the other). This plug will
fit in a polarized outlet only one way, as a safety feature. Reverse the plug if the plug does not fit fully in
the outlet. Contact a qualified electrician if it still does
not fit. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature.
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FEATURES
ON/OFF SWITCH
MOTOR TOP
CLEAR-VUE™ LID
WITH E-Z ADD™
OPENING
STIR PADDLE
Your new Deni Scoop Factor y® Compact allows you to create a
variety of frozen treats: many ice cream flavors, sorbets, sherbet,
frozen yogurt, margaritas, even your favorite frozen drink in
10-20 minutes! The following features come with your Deni
Scoop Factory® Compact:
■ Motor Top with on/off switch
Compact 45-50 watts, high performance motor takes the
guess work out of making frozen desserts.
■ Clear-Vue™ Lid With E-Z Add™ Opening
Easily add ingredients by pouring them through the opening
of the lid without turning the machine off.
■ Speedee Freeze™ Double Insulated Canister
The double liquid filled walls keep the cylinder bowl cold
longer, for best freezing results.
■ Stir Paddle
Turns ingredients into ice cream.
SPEEDEE FREEZE™
CANISTER
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Before First Use
HOW TO OPERATE THE
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1.
Place canister in the freezer overnight, (see freezing the
Speedee Freeze™ Canister on pg. 3).
2.
Follow the recipes in our instruction booklet. Almost any
frozen dessert recipe can be used providing it does not make
more than 1 1/2 quarts.
3.
Prepare the ingredients. Note: For best results, leave the mixture in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours until thoroughly
chilled.
4.
Place the stir paddle inside the canister. Be sure the starshaped knob on the stir paddle faces up.
5.
Lock the Clear-Vue™ lid onto the canister. The arrow marked
“unlock” on the bottom of the lid should line up with the
arrow on the canister. Turn the lid clockwise to lock the lid in
place. When placing the lid on the canister, the stir paddle
should also lock into the lid.
6.
Place the motor on the lid. Press in the button marked
“PUSH” on the back of the motor. This will allow the paddle
to fit inside the motor.
7.
Press on/off switch, located on the top of the motor, to the
ON position. It is important to turn the unit on first before
pouring in the mixture. The stir paddle rotates while the canister remains stationary.
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Remove all packing materials and literature from inside the ice
cream maker.
Wash the Speedee Freeze™ canister, Clear-Vue™ lid and stir paddle in warm soapy water. Rinse and dry all parts thoroughly.
NEVER immerse motor top in water or any other liquid. NEVER
clean any parts ina dishwasher.
Freezing the Speedee Freeze™ Canister
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■ Before making frozen desserts, it is very important that the
Speedee Freeze™ canister be properly frozen. The Deni Scoop
Factory® Compact features a double insulated bowl that requires
thorough freezing. We recommend placing the Speedee Freeze™
canister upright in the back of your freezer where the temperature
is the coldest.
■ Make sure the Speedee Freeze™ canister is washed and thoroughly dried. For best results, wrap canister in a plastic bag.
■ The length of time necessary to properly freeze the canister
depends on the temperature in your freezer. Freezing time can
vary from 8 –24 hours, depending on freezer temperatures
ranging from -30°C/-22°F to -10°C/+14°F.
■ Shake the Speedee Freeze™ canister to ensure a properly frozen
bowl. The canister should have no liquid moving inside. If you
hear liquid, it is not frozen.
■ Keep your Speedee Freeze™ canister in the freezer when not in
use so you can create frozen desserts anytime.
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Slowly pour the mixture in the top opening of the lid. NOTE:
If using a recipe with alcohol, candies, nuts or other additives, do not add those ingredients until mixture has reached
a thick consistency.
TO CLEAN:
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Clean the Speedee Freeze™ canister, paddle and ClearVue™ lid with warm soapy water.
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Use a damp cloth to clean the motor unit.
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Never immerse the motor unit, plug or cord in water or any
other liquid.
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Never place the Speedee Freeze™ canister in freezer if it is
still wet.
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Make sure all parts are dried thoroughly.
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Never store plastic parts in freezer.
12. Turn the lid counterclockwise and align the arrows marked
“UNLOCK”. Lift the lid off the canister.
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Never clean canister, lid or stir paddle in the dishwasher.
13. Remove the stir paddle from the canister.
TROUBLESHOOTING
14. When the frozen dessert is ready, remove the mixture from
the bowl with a plastic spoon or plastic scoop. DO NOT use
metal utensils or metal objects in the Speedee Freeze™ canister. It is recommended to remove the frozen dessert from
the Speedee Freeze™ canister and place in an airtight,
freezer-safe container. If the frozen dessert is left in the
Speedee Freeze™ canister, it should only be for a short period of time (less than 30 minutes) or it will freeze to the canister.
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ICE CREAM DID NOT BECOME A SOFT CUSTARD
The canister must be frozen properly. Check the temperature
in your freezer. Make sure it is -10°C/+14°F or below. If the
freezer is above this temperature and cannot be changed,
ingredients should be as cold as possible. Put mixture in the
freezer for at least 4 hours until the mixture starts to crystallize.
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UNIT STARTED THEN STOPPED
The motor of the unit may be overheated. Give the machine
15 minutes to cool down then turn the motor back on. Make
sure you turn the motor on before pouring in the mixture.
9. Leave the machine on for about 10-20 minutes until mixture
becomes the desired thickness. Your result should be a soft,
custard-like ice cream. Turn the on/off switch to the OFF
position when mixture has reached desired consistency.
10. Unplug the unit.
11. Release the motor by pressing the button marked “PUSH” on
the back of the motor.
NOTE: Continually check the ice cream mixture. If the ice cream
is at desired texture, simply press the on/off button to the
OFF position.
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Hints and Tips
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Read all the instructions and save for future reference.
Cool all recipes before pouring into the ice cream
maker.
Flavors should be more pronounced before freezing.
For better results, drain your yogurt.
If adding chopped ingredients, fold into the dessert after
the freezing process.
For best results, chill nuts, fruits and garnishes before
adding to the ice cream.
For pre-cooked recipes, make the mixture one day
before. This will allow it to cool completely and
increase in volume.
Recipes that do not require cooking are best made with
an electric mixer to increase the mixture’s volume.
Cream, sugar, eggs, and milk are the most common
ingredients in ice cream. Substitutions with similar
ingredients may be used depending upon your preference. For example, any type of cream can be used;
however, there will be a difference in color, texture and
flavor. The richer the cream you use, the richer the
results. Heavy cream contains about 36% fat, which is
the richest. Whipping cream, coffee (light) cream and
half-and-half contain approximately 30%, 18%, and
10% of fat respectively.
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4 oz. of egg substitute is equivalent to two eggs.
When adding or using eggs in any of our recipes, we
recommend heating or cooking the recipe mixture.
Artificial sweeteners can be used in place of sugar;
however, they should be added when the mixture is
cool, at most, room temperature. If sugar is dissolved
by heat in a recipe, omit this process when using a
sugar substitute. Instead, mix sweetener in until
thoroughly dissolved.
Adding one small egg white will volumize most mixes.
If a recipe calls for alcohol, add it last, only minutes
before complete freezing. Otherwise, the alcohol may
impede the freezing process.
The taste of sorbets is largely affected by the ripeness
and sweetness of fruit or juice. For tart fruit, add sugar
or omit sugar if fruit is very ripe. Once frozen, the ice
cream will taste less sweet than the mixture.
Long term storage of homemade ice cream in the
freezer should be done in airtight containers.
Ice cream mixtures stay fresh in the refrigerator for several days. They should be mixed well before adding to
the Speedee Freeze™ canister.
Mixture will increase in volume during the freezing
process; therefore, be sure to stop 1⁄ 2” from the top
when pouring mixture into the canister.
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FROZEN DESSERT
RECIPES
The following recipes are for 11/2 qts.
Banana Orange Frozen Yogurt
Ingredients:
1 16-oz carton (2 cups) vanilla yogurt
1 cup orange juice
1 cup mashed banana
1
⁄ 4 cup milk
1
⁄ 4 cup light corn syrup
Method:
1.In a mixing bowl, combine all
ingredients and mix well.
2.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Banana Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
Ingredients:
2 cups heavy cream
1 cup half & half
1 cup sugar
4 oz. egg substitute
1 tsp. vanilla
2 large or 3 small slightly mashed
bananas, very ripe
1
⁄ 2 cup miniature chocolate chips
Method:
1.Combine eggs, sugar and vanilla in a
mixing bowl or blender and beat well.
2.Slice the bananas and add to mixture.
Mix well.
3.Add cream and half & half. Mix well.
Chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Before the end of the freezing process
(last 1-2 minutes), add chocolate chips
through the opening in the lid and
process for 1-2 minutes.
Blackberry Sorbet
Ingredients:
3 cups fresh blackberries
1
⁄ 2 cup water
2
⁄ 3 cup sugar
1
⁄ 2 cup orange juice
2 egg whites
Method:
1.Over medium heat, in a saucepan,
combine blackberries with
water and sugar.
2.Stir until sugar is dissolved.
3.Puree, then chill thoroughly.
4.Beat egg whites until soft peaks form.
5.Add orange juice to the blackberries.
6.Whisk in egg whites.
7.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Blueberry Ice
Ingredients:
2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries
1
⁄ 2 cup sugar
2 tbsp. orange juice
2 cups water
1
⁄ 3 cup corn syrup
Method:
1.In a sauce pan, combine blueberries
sugar and orange juice.
2.Cook over medium heat until sugar is
dissolved, for about 10 minutes.
3.Let mixture cool.
4.Combine mixture, water and corn
syrup in a blender or processor.
5. Place in the refrigerator until cool.
6.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Cappuccino Ice Milk
Chocolate Frozen Yogurt
Ingredients:
⁄ 3 cup + 2 tbsp. sugar
2 tbsp. water
1
⁄ 4 cup instant espresso powder
1
⁄ 4 tsp. ground cinnamon or nutmeg
4 cups whole milk
Ingredients:
2 cups plain or vanilla flavored yogurt
1 cup sour cream
1
⁄ 4 cup light corn syrup
3
⁄ 4 cup sugar
1
⁄ 3 to 1⁄ 2 cup baking cocoa (to taste)
Method:
1.In medium saucepan, combine sugar
and water.
2.Cook without stirring, over medium
heat, until sugar turns deep caramel
color.
3.In another bowl, stir espresso powder
and cinnamon.
4.Add milk and stir to dissolve espresso.
5.Whisk in remaining milk.
6.Pour milk mixture into cooked sugar
mixture.
7.Whisk mixture over low heat until fully
dissolved.
8.Allow mixture to stand and cool.
9.Refrigerate overnight.
10. Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Method:
1.Combine all ingredients in a mixing
bowl.
2.Beat well.
3.Chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Egg substitutes can be added to a mix
without cooking, for those who are concerned about eggs. You may also eliminate the eggs. If any recipes in this book
are to be used by diabetics or persons
with other dietary concerns, please consult your doctor before using.
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Chocolate Ice Cream
Ingredients:
1 cup of heavy cream
1 cup sugar
4 oz. egg substitute
11⁄ 2 tsp. vanilla
1
⁄ 2 to 2⁄ 3 cups baking cocoa (for taste)
Method:
1.Combine cocoa and sugar in a mixing
bowl, processor, or blender and mix.
2.Add eggs and vanilla to the mixture
and blend well.
3.Add cream.
4.Beat well and chill thoroughly.
5.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Chocolate Malted Ice Cream
Ingredients:
2 cups heavy cream
2 cups half & half
1
⁄ 2 cup malted milk powder
1
⁄ 3 cup sugar
2 oz. egg substitute
8 oz. chopped milk chocolate
Method:
1.Over medium heat, in a saucepan,
combine cream, half & half, malted
milk and sugar.
2.Stir until sugar is dissolved.
3.Place egg substitute in a bowl. Slowly
add mixture to the egg substitute.
4.Return the mixture to the sauce pan,
reduce heat and cook until mixture
thickens. Do not allow to boil.
5.Add chocolate and stir until melted.
6.Strain the mixture and let stand at
room temperature for an hour.
7. Place in the refrigerator until cool.
8.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Chocolate Treat Ice Cream
Ingredients:
3 oz. egg substitute
3
⁄ 4 cup sugar
2 cups heavy cream
1 cup milk
1
⁄ 2 cup chocolate chips
1
⁄ 2 cup chopped chocolate brownie
Method:
1.In a blender, combine egg substitute,
sugar, cream and milk.
2.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Before the end of the freezing process
(last 1-2 minutes), add chocolate chips
and chopped brownie through the
opening in the lid and process for 1-2
minutes.
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Cran-Grape Ice
Ingredients:
6 oz. can frozen grape concentrate
6 oz. can frozen cranberry concentrate
3 cups water
11⁄ 2 cups sugar
Method:
1.Combine sugar and water in a small
sauce pan. Simmer to dissolve sugar.
Cool.
2.Mix all ingredients in a mixing bowl,
blender or processor.
3.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4. .
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Espresso Ice
Ingredients:
3 tbsp. instant espresso or 3 tbsp. regular
instant coffee powder
3 2⁄ 3 cups boiling water
1 tbsp. vanilla extract
3
⁄ 4 cup sugar
Method:
1.Dissolve coffee in boiling water.
2.Stir sugar into coffee until dissolved.
3.Chill thoroughly.
4.Stir in vanilla extract.
5.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4. .
6.Serve with a dollop of whipped cream
and a sprinkle of cocoa.
Fat Free Cranberry Frozen Yogurt
Ingredients:
3
⁄ 4 cup evaporated skim milk
23⁄ 2 cups vanilla flavored fat free yogurt
11⁄ 2 tsp. plain gelatin
1 cup sugar
3 tbs. cranberry juice concentrate
4 oz. egg substitute
Method:
1.In a small sauce pan, sprinkle the
gelatin over the evaporated skim milk.
Warm the mixture (do not allow to
boil) to dissolve the gelatin, stirring if
necessary.
2.Combine remaining ingredients in a
blender or processor. Mix well. Add
the milk/gelatin and continue processing to ensure proper mixing.
3.Chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Fat Free Orange Frozen Yogurt
Ingredients:
3
⁄ 4 cup evaporated skim milk
4 tbs. orange juice
4 oz. egg substitute
11⁄ 2 tsp. plain gelatin
11⁄ 2 cups vanilla flavored fat-free yogurt
1 tbs. orange zest
1 cup sugar
dash salt
Method:
1.In a small sauce pan, sprinkle the
gelatin over the evaporated skim milk.
Warm the mixture (do not allow to
boil) to dissolve the gelatin, stirring if
necessary.
2.Combine remaining ingredients in a
blender or food processor. Mix well.
Add the milk/gelatin and continue
processing to ensure proper mixing.
3.Chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
French Chocolate Mint Ice Cream
Ingredients:
3 egg yolks
1 cup sugar
1 cup milk
1
⁄ 3 cup cocoa
2 cups cream
1 tsp. vanilla
11⁄ 2 tbsp. mint extract
Method:
1.Beat milk and egg yolks together.
2.Blend in sugar.
3.Cook over medium heat, stirring
constantly, until thick enough to coat
the spoon.
4.Remove from heat and gently sift
cocoa and mint into the mixture.
5.Beat well until blended.
6.Cool, then add cream and vanilla.
7.Mix well and refrigerate overnight.
8.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
French Vanilla Ice Cream
Ingredients:
3 egg yolks
1 cup sugar
2 cups milk
3 cups cream
2 tsp. vanilla
Method:
1.Beat eggs and milk together in a large
saucepan.
2.Add sugar and cook over low heat,
stirring constantly until thickened
(approx. 10 minutes).
3.Mixture should coat the spoon.
4 Cool, then add cream and vanilla.
5.Mix well and refrigerate overnight.
6.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Frozen Margaritas
Ingredients:
2 1⁄ 3 cups of water
1
⁄ 2 cup lime juice
3
⁄ 4 cup triple sec
2
⁄ 3 cup tequila
Method:
1.Combine first three ingredients.
2.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
3.When complete, add tequila and
serve.
Frozen Piña Coladas
Ingredients:
1 8-oz can cream of coconut
2 1⁄ 2 cups sweetened pineapple juice
1
⁄ 2 cup dark rum
Method:
1.Combine first two ingredients.
2.Follow freezing instructions on pg. 4.
3.When complete, add rum and serve.
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Frozen Mudslide
Ingredients:
21⁄ 2 cup milk
2 tbsp. chocolate syrup
3
⁄ 4 cup chocolate flavored liquor
2
⁄ 3 cup vodka
Method:
1.Combine milk and chocolate syrup in a
blender or processor.
2.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Before the end of the freezing process
(last 1-2 minutes), add chocolate
flavored liquor and vodka through the
opening in the lid and process for 1-2
minutes.
Fruit Sorbet
Ingredients:
3 cups fruit (such as strawberries, raspberries, blueberries or fresh pineapple)
1
⁄ 2 cup sugar
1
⁄ 2 cup water
Method:
1.Combine ingredients in a processor to
puree the fruit.
2.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Grape Ice Cream
Ingredients:
3 egg yolks
1cup sugar
2 cups half & half
1 heavy cream
1 cup grape juice from concentrate,
thawed
Method:
1.Beat the egg yolks. Slowly add the
sugar, half & half, and cream.
2.Cook over medium heat, about 10
minutes.
3.Thoroughly chill the mixture.
4.Add the juice concentrate.
5.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Lemon Ice
Ingredients:
1 12-oz. can frozen lemonade
concentrate
3 cups of water
11⁄ 2 cups of sugar
Method:
1.Combine water and sugar in a small
saucepan. Simmer to dissolve sugar,
cool.
2.Mix ingredients in a mixing bowl,
processor, or blender.
3.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Lemon Sherbet
Ingredients:
1 cup frozen lemonade concentrate
3 cups milk
1
⁄ 2 cup sugar
2 tbsp. grated lemon rind
1 egg white
Method:
1.Combine all ingredients and stir until
sugar dissolves & mixture appears
curdled.
2. Follow standard instructions on page 4.
Low Fat Cantaloupe Ice Cream
Ingredients:
1 very ripe cantaloupe
2 cups light cream
2
⁄ 3 cup sugar
2 tsp. fresh squeezed lemon juice
Method:
1. Peel the cantaloupe and remove the
seeds. Cut into 1” pieces and place into a
blender. Puree until smooth.
2. In a large bowl, combine the puree, light
cream, sugar and lemon juice. Whisk to
blend mixture. Add sugar to taste, if
desired.
3. Cool mixture.
4. Follow standard instructions on pg. 4
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Low Fat Grasshopper Ice Cream
Ingredients:
2 oz egg substitute
1cup sugar
11⁄ 2 half & half
11⁄ 2 low fat milk
3 tbsp. creme de menthe
1 tbsp. creme de cocoa
Low Fat, Non-Dairy Blueberry Freeze
Ingredients:
3 cups non-dairy creamer
11⁄ 2 tsp. plain gelatin
3
⁄ 4 cup sugar
4 oz. egg substitute
11⁄ 2 pureed blueberries
1 tsp. vanilla
Low Fat, Non-Dairy Raspberry Freeze
Ingredients:
3 cups non-dairy liquid creamer
4 oz. egg substitute
11⁄ 2 cups pureed raspberries
3
⁄ 4 cup sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
Method:
Method:
1.Mix the egg substitute, sugar, half &
half and milk in a blender or processor.
2.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Before the end of the freezing process
(last 1-2 minutes), add creme de
menthe and creme de cocoa through
the opening in the lid and process for
1-2 minutes.
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Method:
1.In a small sauce pan, sprinkle the
gelatin over the non-dairy creamer.
Warm the mixture (do not allow to
boil) to dissolve the gelatin, stirring if
necessary.
2.Add remaining ingredients and mix
well in a blender or processor.
3.Chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
1.In a small saucepan, sprinkle the
gelatin over 1 1⁄ 2 cups of non-dair y
liquid creamer. Warm the mixture (do
not allow to boil) to dissolve the
gelatin, stirring if necessar y.
2.Add remaining ingredients and mix
well in a blender or food processor.
3.Chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Low Fat Tropical Ice Cream
Ingredients:
4 oz. egg substitute
1 cup sugar
2 cups half & half
2 cups low fat milk
1
⁄ 3 cup cream of coconut
1
⁄ 3 cup pineapple juice from concentrate,
thawed
1
⁄ 3 cup mashed bananas
Method:
1.Beat the egg substitute. Slowly add the
sugar, half & half, and milk.
2.Cook over medium heat, about 10
minutes.
3.Add the cream of coconut, juice
concentrate and bananas.
4.Thoroughly chill the mixture.
5.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Mixed Berry Ice Cream
Ingredients:
3 egg yolks
1 cup sugar
2 cups half & half
1 cup heavy cream
1
⁄ 3 cup pureed strawberries
1
⁄ 3 cup pureed raspberries
1
⁄ 3 cup pureed blueberries
Method:
1.Beat the egg yolks. Slowly add the sugar,
half & half, and cream.
2.Cook over medium heat, about 10
minutes.
3.Add the juice concentrate.
4.Thoroughly chill the mixture.
5.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Old Fashioned Orange Ice Cream
Ingredients:
1 tsp. grated orange peel
1
⁄ 2 cup fresh orange juice (more if desired)
1 cup sugar
4 oz. egg substitute
3 cups heavy cream
dash salt
Method:
1.Combine all ingredients in a mixing
bowl or blender.
2.Chill thoroughly.
3.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Rich Coffee Ice Cream
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Ingredients:
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Peach Ice Cream
Ingredients:
2 cups heavy cream
1 cup half & half
1 cup sugar
4 oz. egg substitute
1 tsp. vanilla
1 cup peach puree
Method:
1.Combine eggs, sugar, and vanilla in a
mixing bowl and beat well.
2. Beat peach puree into the mixture.
3.Add cream and half & half.
4.Beat well and chill thoroughly.
5.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Peanut Butter Chip Frozen Yogurt
Ingredients:
2 cups plain or vanilla flavored yogurt
1 cup sour cream
1
⁄ 4 cup light corn syrup
1
⁄ 4 cup sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
1 cup mini peanut butter chips
Method:
1.Combine yogurt, sour cream, corn syrup,
sugar and vanilla in a mixing bowl and
beat well.
2.Chill thoroughly.
3.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
4.Fold in peanut butter chips at end of
freezing process.
2 cups heavy cream
1 cup half & half
pinch salt
2
⁄ 3 cup sugar
3 tbs. instant espresso coffee powder
1 tsp. vanilla extract
3 egg yolks, lightly beaten
Method:
1.Heat half & half in a small sauce pan
until bubbles form along the inside of
the pan. Add sugar, espresso and salt.
Mix until dissolved. Remove from heat.
2.Add 1-2 tbsp. of hot mixture to egg
yolks, bringing it to the milk temp.
3.Slowly add warmed yolks to hot mixture. Continue to cook over low heat.
Keep stirring until the mixture reaches
160° on a candy thermometer and
begins to thicken.
4.Remove saucepan from heat and place
the saucepan in a larger bowl filled
with ice or cold water. Stir until the
mixture is cool.
5.Chill thoroughly.
6.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream
Ingredients:
1
⁄ 2 cup half & half (or milk)
8 oz. cream cheese
2 cups heavy cream
11⁄ 2 tsp. vanilla
4 oz. egg substitute
3
⁄ 4 -1 cup pureed strawberries
1 cup sugar
Method:
1.Beat eggs and sugar in a mixer,
blender or processor until thick and
cream colored.
2.Add milk, cream, vanilla and cream
cheese. Mix thoroughly.
3.Add strawberries and mix well.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Strawberry Daiquiri Ice Cream
Ingredients:
2 cups heavy cream
1 cup half & half
1 cup sugar
4 oz. egg substitute
11⁄ 2 tsp. vanilla
10 oz. strawberry daiquiri frozen concentrate
Method:
1.Combine eggs, sugar and vanilla in a
mixing bowl or blender. Beat well.
2.Beat in frozen concentrate.
3.Add cream and half & half.
4.Beat well and chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Strawberry Kiwi Ice
Ingredients:
1 cup pureed fresh strawberries
1 cup pureed fresh kiwi
1
⁄ 2 cup sugar
2 tbsp. orange juice
2 cups water
1
⁄ 3 cup corn syrup
Method:
1.In a sauce pan, combine strawberries,
kiwis, sugar and juice.
2.Cook over medium heat until sugar is
dissolved, for about 10 minutes.
3.Let mixture cool.
4.Combine mixture, water and corn
syrup in a blender or processor.
5. Place in the refrigerator until cool.
6.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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Strawberry-Orange Ice Cream
Ingredients:
3 egg yolks
1 cup sugar
2 cups half & half
1 heavy cream
1
⁄ 2 cup pureed strawberries
1
⁄ 2 cup orange juice from concentrate, thawed
Method:
1.Beat the egg yolks. Slowly add the sugar,
half & half, and cream.
2.Cook over medium heat, about 10
minutes.
3.Thoroughly chill the mixture.
4.Add the juice concentrate.
5.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Sugar Cookie Dough Ice Cream
Ingredients:
1 package sugar cookie dough
2 cups heavy cream
1 cup half & half
1 cup sugar
11⁄ 2 tsp. vanilla
4 oz. egg substitute
Method:
1.Cut cookie dough into 1⁄ 2” pieces. Roll
into balls, place in container and store
in freezer until needed.
2.Combine eggs, sugar and vanilla in a
mixing bowl or blender and beat well.
3.Add cream and half & half.
4.Beat well and chill thoroughly.
5.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
6.After freezing process, fold in small
pieces of sugar cookie dough.
Sugar Free Black Walnut Ice Cream
Ingredients:
2 cups heavy cream
dash salt
1 cup half & half
4 oz. egg substitute
5 tsp. sweetener (or to taste)
1 tbs. vanilla
1
⁄ 2 cup finely chopped black walnuts*
1
⁄ 8 tsp. black walnut extract or 2-3 drops
almond extract
Method:
1.Mix all ingredients in a food processor
or blender, except for nuts.
2.Mix thoroughly.
3.Cover and chill thoroughly.
4.Follow instructions on page 4.
5.Add nuts at end of freezing process.
* Toasted almonds, pecans, hazelnuts and
macadamia nuts can be substituted.
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Sugar Free Strawberry Sherbet
Ingredients:
11⁄ 2 cups milk
3 cups strawberry puree
1
⁄ 3 cup non-fat dry milk
2 tsp. artificial sweetener
11⁄ 2 tsp. plain gelatin
2 tbs. triple sec or grand marnier or
1 tbs. orange zest + 3 tbs. orange juice
Method:
1.In a sauce pan, add milk, sprinkle
gelatin over surface to soften. Warm
slightly until gelatin is dissolved, stirring
if necessary.
2.Add dry milk and mix thoroughly. Add
remaining ingredients. Mix completely.
3.Chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
Vanilla Ice Cream
Ingredients:
4 oz. egg substitute
1 cup of sugar
1 cup half and half (or milk)
2 cups heavy cream
11⁄ 2 tsp. vanilla
Method:
1.Combine eggs, sugar, and vanilla
in a mixing bowl, processor, or
blender.
2.Add cream and half and half (or milk).
3.Mix well and chill thoroughly.
4.Follow standard instructions on pg. 4.
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COMPACT
CUSTOMER SERVICE
If you have any questions or
problems regarding the operation
of your Deni Scoop Factory®
Compact, call our customer service
department toll free:
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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1-800-DENI-822
ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Your Deni Scoop Factor y® Compact is warranted for one year from date of purchase
or receipt against all defects in material and workmanship. Should your appliance prove
defective within one year from date of purchase or receipt, return the unit, freight prepaid, along with an explanation of the claim. If purchased in the U.S.A. or other country, please send to: Keystone Manufacturing Company, Inc. 33 Norris Street, Buffalo, NY
14207. If purchased in Canada, please send to: Keystone Manufacturing Company,
Inc., 151 Cushman Road, St. Catharines, Ontario L2M 6T4. (Please package your
appliance carefully in its original box and packing material to avoid damage in transit.
Keystone is not responsible for any damage caused to the appliance in return shipment.)
Under this warranty, Keystone Manufacturing Company, Inc. undertakes to repair or
replace any parts found to be defective.
This warranty is only valid if the appliance is used solely for household purposes in
accordance with the instructions. This warranty is invalid if the unit is connected to an
unsuitable electrical supply, or dismantled or interfered with in any way or damaged
through misuse.
We ask that you kindly fill in the details on your warranty card and return it within
one week from date of purchase or receipt.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which
vary from state/province to state/province.
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