It's perfect if you ate making homemade frosties..but don't expect it to get any more frozen than that. But the frosties were delicious (online recipe). Easy to use, but pricey since it doesn't make actual ice cream. I attempted it, but once it reaches frosty level it starts to get warm and thinner (maximum chill point reached at frosty consistency)..however!! it could be that i WAS using the frosty ingredients (three times) ? Haven't tried on blade ice cream recipe yet....but don't see how that would change much?? Should actually help since there's cool whip in recipe....just fyi. If i could go back, I'd not get good and get a homemade ice cream maker instead...wad just hoping to save $ and use multi purp.instead of having to buy another machine altogether.
This blender saves time and the use of other appliances when making a smoothie...just blend it in the jar and clean-up as simple as removing the blade portion and rinsing! So simple for blending & making soups & sauces!
I had my 1st Foreman grill and it lasted for 15+years. It finally stopped working a year ago and I "upgraded" to the multi-plate evolve grill. Please keep in mind that this is an appliance I use 5-6 times per week. The evolve grill only lasted a year before every burger/steak I grilled stuck to the plates - I lost 1/3 of my meal to the grill every time I used it for the last month. I placed it in the trash today. I am in the market for a new Foreman grill ( hopefully one as durable as my first grill). While doing my research for my new grill, I have found it impossble to find out specifics about the coating material of the non-stick grills. Does anyone know how the coating interacts with the meat being grilled? Can customer service provide some details on this topic on their website?
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