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Where do I find the mixes to use with Rivalgc8101

I have an ice cream maker Rivalgc8108 and I just need to know where I can purchas the mixes to use with it such as Banana,Caramel etc.

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The most widely available ice cream mixes come in packets and are made by Rival, Hamilton Beach and Junket. Rival is the most widely available in department stores like Wal-Mart, Target and Shopko, but they may only carry the packets in the summer. They will usually be in a cardboard display box near the ice cream makers themselves. You can also buy them from various retailers on Amazon.com or, in the case of Junket, directly from the manufacturer. See http://www.junketdesserts.com/icecreammix.aspx for Junket's on-line offerings.

That said, none of these powdered mixes come in any other flavors than vanilla, chocolate and strawberry. For caramel-rippled ice cream, make the vanilla as usual. When the ice cream machine is done, scoop it into another container, alternating some caramel topping as well. Pack lighly, cover and freeze hard. For the banana, you could try adding a couple of completely mashed bananas to any of the flavors.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

  • Wise Old Soul Jan 29, 2009

    Yesterday, I noticed my local Wal-Mart carries the Junket vanilla mix by the ice cream toppings on the condiment aisle.

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