Ice cream maker is a handy attachment that transforms your mixer into a frozen treat machine. Create slushies, sorbets and ice cream from scratch.
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Freeze bowl with dual walls
After freezing for at least 15 hours, the liquid within the double walls provides thorough, even freezing of the ice cream batter throughout the mixing process.
Ice cream drive assembly
Attaches to the motor head on the beater shaft and drives the dasher on all KitchenAid stand mixers (other than the Stand Mixer model 5KSM3311X).
Designed for making ice cream and frozen treats, the dasher engages with the drive assembly to spread, scrape and mix the ingredients within the freeze bowl.
The ice cream machine from KitchenAid allows you to make gorgeous, soft ice cream. If you prefer hard ice cream then store your creation in the freezer in an airtight container. All ready for next time you want to indulge.
Your step by step:
Step 1 : Store the bowl in your freezer for at least 15 hours (completely frozen)
Step 2: Prepare ice cream batter in advance (up to 1.4 L)
Step 3: Put the freeze bowl on the stand mixer (sold separately)
Step 4: Attach the drive assembly and the dasher
Step 5: Add your ice cream batter to the bowl
Step 6: Mix for 20 to 30 minutes on speed 1
Step 7: Serve in dessert dishes or freeze in an airtight container for later
Turn your mixer into an ice cream maker. This optional attachment is designed to work exclusively with 4.3L and 4.8L tilt-head mixers and 4.8L and 6.9L bowl-lift mixers (NOT the 3.3L stand mixer).
No matter how old your KitchenAid mixer, it will drive this fun and convenient ice cream maker. Enjoy!
Keep in mind that freezing subdues sweetness, so your creations won’t taste quite so sweet once they’ve frozen.
Most homemade ice cream recipes call for a combination of cream, milk, eggs, and sugar. The type of cream you choose affects how rich in flavour and creamy in texture the result will be. Pick a cream with a higher percentage of fat if you prefer richer, creamy consistencies.
Like it light? You can use any combination in your ice cream maker, as long as the liquid measurement stays the same. So switch out cream for more milk if that suits you. Even skimmed milk works, but there will be a noticeable difference in texture. Keep experimenting.
Take care to check that you can fit the freeze bowl in your freezer. It measures 17.8cm H x 27.9cm W x 21.6cm D.
Experiment with making your own ice cream from scratch, as well as all kinds of interesting and fun frozen desserts. The ice cream maker freeze bowl is powered by your stand mixer. Create classic vanilla ice cream, a lively margarita cocktail, juicy berry sorbet or even a cola slushie. Not just fun for children, it’s a great tool for dinner parties and weekend treats. How does it work? Simply freeze the bowl in your freezer (ideally overnight for at least 15 hours) and then mix up the dessert with the included dasher on the drive assembly. Before treating yourself to this optional attachment, please check that you can fit the freeze bowl in your freezer. It’s 17.8cm H x 27.9cm W x 21.6cm D. By keeping it in your freezer all the time, you can be spontaneous and quickly make frozen desserts on a whim. The product is not dishwasher safe and must be cleaned by hand with warm soapy water.