YouTube views at time of publishing article: 9,353. Music Video was originally published on 2 October, 2013.
Gail from Seattle Coffee Gear is being filmed by Kat on a review of the Breville Smart Scoop Ice Cream Maker. They’re also going to make a frozen yogurt.
They share that it’s one of their favorite machines now and that it can make sorbet, frozen yogurt to ice-cream.
One of the colleagues, Brandi, has already made some Gelato earlier on.
They move on to show the buttons on the machine, where there’s a dial button that allows you to turn it to the left or right.
Left for Softer consistency and Right for Harder Consistency.
Extreme Left: Sorbet
Mid-Left: Frozen Yogurt
Extreme Right: Ice-Cream
They show that you can either user a Manual Timer or just choose the Automatic option.
The Manual Timer can go up to 180 minutes.
They also show that there is a pre-chill mode button, if you need to cool the pre-mix beforehand.
Next, they move on to show the pail/bowl. It has a paddle that can be placed in the middle of the pail. The Pail can be easily removed from the main base.
Next, they close the see-through lid over the pail. They showcase a small opening that can be opening on the lid, for additional ingredients you might want to place in later in the process.
Besides the pre-cool function, there is a “Keep Cool” function as well. This means that after the ice-cream is done, this machine can keep it re-fridegerated for up to 3 hours.
You can also change the temperature mode: Between Degree Celsius and Fahrenheit.
In addition, you can select the tone you prefer to alert you when the Ice-cream is done.
The options are:
1. 3 musical tones that sound like they’re coming from an ice-cream truck
2. 1 “Ding” Sound Effect
3. Mute Mode
Next, they move on to prepare the frozen yogurt.
For the purpose of this review, they bought a pre-made strawberry yogurt and poured it into the container to make it frozen yogurt.
They put the lid on, and turned the dial to the “Mid-Left: Frozen Yogurt” Setting, selected “Auto” Timer and pressed the “Start” button.
Fast-forward 45 minutes later, they check on the yogurt and it’s ready.
It looks like it’s a little too hard and they discussed that they might have to turn down the dial to the left the next time to make it softer.
They move on to taste it and they both love it.
Kat loves how simple and easy it is to use.