Ninja NC301 CREAMi Ice Cream Maker, for Gelato, Mix-ins, Milkshakes, Sorbet, Smoothie Bowls & More, 7 One-Touch Programs, with (2) Pint Containers & Lids, Compact Size, Perfect…

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Original price was: $229.00.Current price is: $191.00.

  • FUNCTIONALITY: Turn almost anything into ice cream, sorbet, milkshakes, and more..Wattage: 800 watts. Voltage: 120 volts
  • CUSTOMIZATION: With the Ninja CREAMi, you can have total control of your ingredients from decadent gelato to low sugar, keto, dairy-free, and vegan options. Create frozen treats as unique as you are!
  • MIX-INS: Customize your flavor and texture by mixing in your favorite chocolate, nuts, candy, fruit, and more to personalize any CREAMi treat.
  • 7 ONE-TOUCH PROGRAMS: (7) one-touch programs allow for the perfect combination of speed, pressure, and time to completely shave through your frozen pint. Choose between Ice Cream, Sorbet, Gelato, Milkshake, Smoothie Bowl, Lite Ice Cream, and Mix-in.
  • EASY TO USE: Create a CREAMi treat in three easy steps. Simply prep your base, freeze overnight, process, and enjoy!
  • RE-SPIN: Select the Re-spin function if, after processing, you want your processed treat softer and creamier.
  • LOOKING FOR MORE PINTS?: This unit is ONLY compatible with the Ninja CREAMi NC299 and NC300 pint accessories. It will NOT fit the NC100, NC200 or NC500 Series pints. To check which unit you have, locate the sku number at the bottom of your unit.
  • CREAMIFY TECHNOLOGY: Creamify Technology enables the CREAMi to break down a uniform frozen block into an incredibly smooth, creamy texture.
  • EASY TO CLEAN: Containers, lids, and paddle are top-rack dishwasher safe.
  • WHAT’S INCLUDED: Motor Base with 7 One-Touch Programs, (2) 16-oz. Pints with Storage Lids, Creamerizer Paddle, & (1) Outer Bowl and Lid.
Ninja NC301 CREAMi Ice Cream Maker, for Gelato, Mix-ins, Milkshakes, Sorbet, Smoothie Bowls & More, 7 One-Touch Programs, with (2) Pint Containers & Lids, Compact Size, Perfect…
Ninja NC301 CREAMi Ice Cream Maker, for Gelato, Mix-ins, Milkshakes, Sorbet, Smoothie Bowls & More, 7 One-Touch Programs, with (2) Pint Containers & Lids, Compact Size, Perfect…

Original price was: $229.00.Current price is: $191.00.

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Specification: Ninja NC301 CREAMi Ice Cream Maker, for Gelato, Mix-ins, Milkshakes, Sorbet, Smoothie Bowls & More, 7 One-Touch Programs, with (2) Pint Containers & Lids, Compact Size, Perfect…






1 Pints

Special Feature

Digital Display, Automatic Shut-Off, Programmable, Built-In Timer


Stainless Steel

Included Components

Recipe inspiration guide with 30 recipes, Motor Base with Dual-Drive Motors, (2) 16 oz. CREAMi Pints with storage lids, Outer bowl and lid to house pint while processing, Creamerizer Paddle

Model Name


Product Dimensions

12.07"L x 6.52"W x 15.95"H

Item Weight

13 pounds

Operation Mode


Product Care Instructions

Dishwasher Safe



Item model number


Date First Available

August 17, 2021

Reviews (9)

9 reviews for Ninja NC301 CREAMi Ice Cream Maker, for Gelato, Mix-ins, Milkshakes, Sorbet, Smoothie Bowls & More, 7 One-Touch Programs, with (2) Pint Containers & Lids, Compact Size, Perfect…

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    Me costó entenderle pero por fin sé cómo usarla, vale
    La pena para quienes somos fans de helados y bebidas frías. Una opción genial para preparar saludables bebidas o helados. Llego rápido y súper bien protegida

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  2. Jennifer Barlow

    Está súper fácil de usar y las recetas y resultados son delicioso! Tanto los helados, como el café, malteadas, etc. es una excelente compra!

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  3. Carly

    Purchased a Cremi after tasting chef son-in-law’s mango sorbet. Wow. Have been really enjoying–homemade ice cream every night! It does take a bit of experimentation to find bases you like the texture of, but once you do, easy and quick to prepare a couple of containers. I generally use a blender to help prepare the mixtures. At this point, banana and strawberry ice cream are biggest favorites, along with a mango, peach, etc. sorbet made from a frozen fruit mix.

    I will also note–since some reviewers prefer standard Cuisinar ice cream maker–that we have had one of those for a number of years, but it rarely gets used. Freezing unit is way too big to keep in the freezer all the time, and the time to make ice cream is tedious. I can easily store 2-4 Cremi containers in our freezes, then just a few minutes to have ice cream. I also find the spun Cremi tends to have a better consistency for eating later (the traditional tends to get pretty hard). So, I absolutely cannot agree with reviewers that prefer something like the Cuisinart! We have made *vastly* more ice cream with the Cremi, in a month, than we have made with the Cuisinart in years.

    Tip: if your leftover Cremi is too stiff, try zapping the container in the microwave for 5-10secs instead of respinning it. We have found that multiple respinnings can wreck the texture. Respin only if the first spin leaves a powdery texture.

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    Absolutely love this machine. Fairly easy to use but you do need some patience as you mix up your recipes and put them in the freezer for 24 hours. The recipes, especially for vanilla or chocolate base are pretty straight forward and can be put together in about 10 minutes. We do coffee ice cream as a treat sometimes as well.

    One mistake I made was downloading recipes from the web. Many of the recipes or recipe books on Amazon are for the smaller unit opposed to the deluxe.

    Basic functionality is you mix a recipe, freeze for 24 hours, set the machine to ice cream and run it. If you want to add to it (chocolate chips, crushed toberone, etc) is you create a hole in the ice cream just processed and the ingredients and select mix in and run it again. Great texture and taste.

    Milkshake setting works great! I find the frozen drink setting comes out on the thicker side but melts fast enough to enjoy. (Mostly experimenting with hard lemonade).

    Haven’t bought ice cream in a store since we got this unit.

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  5. Luisa

    Es una excelente compra una vez que la aprendes a utilizar bien

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  6. Carly

    I got this as a gift for my boyfriend’s Christmas present and he loves it. It does take up a lot of counter space, but the ability to make low-fat, low-carb, protein treats has been great! It’s very loud when it runs, so if you envision churning up a pint at 2 AM and don’t want to wake up the house, think again. Also, it came with 2 pots and they need to pre-freeze for 24 hours so you do have to plan accordingly (or buy more pints). There are a lot of great recipes out on the internet for beginners.

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  7. Excelente artículo! Lo recomiendo. Tiene 2 tamaños de hielo y realmente tardan como 10 minutos en hacer hielos y por cada proceso salen 8 hielos. Hicimos bastantes para tenerlo en el refrigerador y usarlos posteriormente y muy bien!!!

    sin salir de casa .. teniendo el recetario y los ingredientes.. al dia siguiente tienes nieve sin salir de casa … y de los sabores que mas a ti te gustan..
    me encanto..

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  8. NC

    This is now the third time in my life I’ve tried a home ice cream maker. Well, third time is the charm! This machine is AMAZING! The chocolate hazelnut gelato you see pictured above is made with skim milk and sweetened with allulose, making it low calorie while still completely delicious and creamy. How the machine gets skim milk so creamy I have no idea! It’s even better if you use a little half and half. The pint I made tonight was 315 calories for the whole pint, and it has exactly what I want in it. I hate all other non-sugar sweeteners, and I prefer not to have tons of fat and sugar. Here are the advantages of the Creami over my discarded ice cream makers of the past:
    –it seems to be nearly fool proof. You won’t always get a great result if you’re just winging it, but you do generally end up with actual ice cream. In the other ice cream makers, if you got the proportions wrong, it would sometimes not really freeze or it would get icy.
    –It’s so much easier to get the ice cream out and to clean! The ice cream maker I had with a compressor was such a pain–you had to get the ice cream out around the paddle, or dig the paddle out of the ice cream, and invariably you end up making a mess. The Creami pints are so much easier to deal with. Even the lid, which is a little more annoying, is pretty easy to clean once you know what to do. (Read the manual, even though you have to go online to get it–it’s important to take out the rubber gasket and clean under it.)
    –It doesn’t matter if you have leftovers that freeze hard as a rock. We never enjoyed eating ice cream from our other makers on the next day, because they always hardened so much in the freezer. (And you had to make so much we always had leftovers.) With the Creami, if the leftovers freeze hard, you can just process them again and have just as good an experience the next day.

    The only real downsides I can see are 1) you have to wait 24 hours for your pint to freeze before you can make it into ice cream, and 2) the horrendous noise the machine makes. It’s seriously loud, and the sound changes in alarming ways as the blade makes its way down and back up. The first few times I ran it, I was afraid something was going to break or blow up or something. I am now starting to get used to it and know the weird noises are normal. Dealing with the racket is totally worth it!

    If you’ve tried an ice cream maker before and decided it wasn’t worth the hassle, give this one a try. It’s wonderful!

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  9. Jennifer Barlow

    Using this to keep weight in check … I load the 24 oz container with a can of fruit, in it’s own juice …. Don’t need additional sweeteners, as trying to get away from that …. Add a splash of Lime juice to bring out the flavor … I Freeze for 12 hours, not the 24 recommended, because it makes it “fluffy dry” when too long

    I do the “Italian Ice” setting, to make it creamier … It Helps to freeze more fruit, and save a tiny bit of the juice for the day you actually spin it … Learned this! …. Less ‘dry’

    I don’t use regular ice cream/frozen yogurt to mix anything, as recipes sometimes say …. Defeats the purpose of making your own … When I do a ‘Coffee and Almond milk’, adding a splash of vanilla flavoring, a few Chocolate Chips for Texture, freeze 12 hours …. Just before spinning it, I add a tiny splash more of Almond milk, to make it creamy, not ‘dry’ … Share my tip with you

    Creami Deluxe fnc501 fits under the Cabinets …. Since I use it twice a day, I leave it out … So handy …. Experiment, have fun with it … Great for weight loss if you watch the ingredients added …. Taste buds adapt

    Dimensions: 16 3/4 inches tall x 7 wide x 13 deep …. Cord is 31 inches long …. Standard Outlet, 120 voltage

    Awesome Machine, very pleased …. Bought additional pints, with COLOR LIDS, so I know what is frozen in each color, and always have a pint ready to use

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