Whether you choose our hand-cranked or electric model, the results are sure to please.
Nostalgically hand-crank it? Or plug it in? Those are delicious questions to think about.
Some people like to turn the crank themselves; the way people did over 150 years ago when White Mountain first started. They grew up enjoying the experience, and like to pass the tradition along to their kids, or grandkids. It's all part of the fun of making homemade ice cream by hand.
Others like to turn the job over to the powerful White Mountain motor. They set it up and plug it in — keeping an eye on it so they can add a little ice or salt now and then to the bucket. Before they know it, it's White Mountain time! Time to dig in. Maybe even have seconds.
Either way, the superior craftsmanship is the same. The wooden bucket is made from the highest quality pine grown in Maine. And it's made to last, the same way wooden tubs were made hundreds of years ago. Inside the bucket, the patented dasher system is the same, too—and works its ice cream making magic no matter how you power it.
So, what'll it be? Remember, you can't go wrong. Not when the end result is ice cream so good, people often tell us…it's the best they've ever had.