Once the freeze bowl has been charged in the freezer for at least 15 hours, the Ice Cream Maker attachment produces up to 2-Quarts of soft-consistency ice cream and other frozen deserts. Soft ice cream can be frozen in an airtight container in the freezer within 2-4 hours.
Largest ice cream bowl capacity in the stand mixer industry. Two quarts of soft-serve ice cream, sorbet, gelato or sherbet in 20-30 minutes. Once completely frozen (15-18 hours) in an ordinary household freezer the liquid within the double walls of the freeze bowl provide thorough, even freezing of frozen dessert and ice cream custards.
Fits all Tilt Head or Bowl Lift U.S. KitchenAid® stand mixers.
The Drive Assembly attaches to the mixer to engage with and drive the Dasher. The Dasher rotates inside the freeze bowl to spread, scrape, and mix ice cream custard.
IMPORTANT: Pouring batter into the freeze bowl before starting the mixer may cause the batter to freeze prematurely and lock the dasher.
1. Set freezer to coldest setting.
2. Store the freeze bowl in the freezer for a minimum of 15 hours.
3. Prepare ice cream batter in advance.
4. Assemble and engage the freeze bowl, dasher, and drive assembly.
5. Set the mixer to “STIR” speed and pour the ice cream batter into the freeze bowl; mix 20-30 minutes, or to desired consistency. Add any solid ingredients such as fruits, nuts, candies, or chocolate chips, after 12-15 minutes of the mixing process.
NOTE: If the dasher begins to slip and make a clicking noise, this is an audible indicator that the ice cream is done.
6. Remove the dasher and the freeze bowl and, using a rubber spatula or a plastic or wooden spoon, transfer ice cream to dessert dishes or to an airtight container for storage.
NOTE: The Ice Cream Maker Attachment will create a soft-consistency ice cream. For firmer consistency, store ice cream in a shallow airtight container in the freezer for 2-4 hours.
IMPORTANT: Do not store ice cream in the freeze bowl in the freezer. Prying hard ice cream out of the freeze bowl with metal scoops or utensils may damage the freeze bowl.
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