The cult Ninja Creami is now at the lowest price we've ever seen - it's one of the best kitchen appliances we've tested

We've tried and love Ninja's ice cream maker, and at this price it's simply too good to miss

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The cult Ninja Creami ice cream maker has been one of the viral TikTok products of the last year, and after testing both the normal and the Deluxe version we can confirm it's as good as it looks. Now, for the first time, we've spotted it on sale for just £150.00, down from £200.00 on the Ninja website

If you've never heard of the Ninja Creami, first of all, where have you been? Ninja calls it a 'frozen dessert maker', but for all intents and purposes, it is their spin on an ice cream maker. 

And it's fantastic, as our Ninja Creami review details, with the key takeaway being that it's the easiest way we can think of to make delicious creamy gelato at home.  Here's why this deal is worth your time if you want to have fun with one of the best ice cream makers this summer. 

Ninja Creami deal

NinjaCREAMi Ice Cream & Frozen Dessert Maker NC300UK| Was £200.00, now £149.00 at Ninja

Ninja CREAMi Ice Cream & Frozen Dessert Maker NC300UK| Was £200.00, now £149.00 at Ninja

The Ninja Creami is currently available for £50 less than usual, and we think it's a star deal. It has seven functions to whip up a range of creative and delicious frozen desserts - there's a reason it's gone viral on social media.

So what can the Ninja Creami do? It features functions to make ice cream, gelato, smoothie bowls, milk shakes and even add-in mix-ins like bits of Oreos or chocolate chips for a custom creation. 

Like all of the best Ninja air fryers, the Creami, this appliance has won itself a huge social media following due to this flexibility that lets you turn everything from oat cream to protein powder into a creamy frozen dessert. 

Ninja Creami with ice creams

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Is the Ninja Creami any good?

Usually, the Ninja Creami alone is priced at £199, but this deal means that you get the Creami for a whole lot less. 

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Testing out the Ninja Creami at home.

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Our Deputy Editor Rebecca Knight tested the Ninja Creami out for Ideal Home and was shocked at just how well it worked. She was sceptical of the unique process the Ninja Creami uses to make ice cream at first, but was quickly won over - rather than churning while it freezes, you freeze the mixture first for 24 hours and then it is churned afterwards to break up the ice crystals. 

The vanilla gelato Becky made came out ridiculously tasty and creamy, and after testing the Ninja Creami Deluxe (which is available to buy for £249.99 from Ninja), our Kitchen Appliances Editor Molly could only agree, after using it to make sorbet, vegan ice cream and even frozen margaritas.

Ninja Creami

(Image credit: Future / Rebecca Knight)

We've found the biggest perk of the Ninja Creami to be three pots which come with it so you can make up and freeze three different flavours, then churn them up one after the other for a trio of different flavours for dessert (or your main meal - we don't judge). 

Testing the Ninja Creami Deluxe at home

Making sorbet with the Ninja Creami.

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The main fault we could really find with it was the noise - this appliance is LOUD! - but you'll only need to bear it for a couple of minutes, maybe longer if your mixture needs to be respun to make it extra creamy. There is also the size of the Ninja Creami, it is narrow but very tall. We found it slotted perfectly under counter cabinets, but check you have space in your kitchen storage ideas before investing. 

Honestly, we couldn't recommend a kitchen appliance more, especially if you're looking to really impress those dinner party guests. It'll be an ice cream filled summer if you snap this deal up.

Rebecca Knight
Deputy Editor, Digital

Rebecca Knight has been the Deputy Editor on the Ideal Home Website since 2022. She graduated with a Masters degree in magazine journalism from City, University of London in 2018, before starting her journalism career as a staff writer on women's weekly magazines. She fell into the world of homes and interiors after joining the Ideal Home website team in 2019 as a Digital Writer. In 2020 she moved into position of Homes News Editor working across Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc, Real Homes, Gardeningetc and Ideal Home covering everything from the latest viral cleaning hack to the next big interior trend. 

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