Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

This KitchenAid Ice Cream Bowl will allow you to make delicious ice cream effortlessly in a matter of minutes. Imagine all the scrumptious flavors you could create with this easy-to-use tool, all in the comfort of your own home. Simply attach this ice cream maker bowl to your mixer to begin the process of creating hard or soft frozen desserts. After the attachment has been charged in the freezer, most recipes will take 30 minutes or less. The generous size of this KitchenAid attachment allows you to make up to two quarts in one batch. This bowl has an open design, which makes it easy for adding ingredients, whether they be in large or small amounts. The KitchenAid stand mixer bowl features a dasher, which helps spread, scrape and mix the batter thoroughly. This KitchenAid attachment is compatible with all current US models of Tilt Head or Bowl Lift KitchenAids. Fill your summer days with your beloved ice creams with this clever KitchenAid Ice Cream Bowl Attachment. KitchenAid Ice Cream Bowl: Make your favorite homemade ice cream using this attachment and your KitchenAid stand mixer Makes up to 2qt. in 20-30 minutes Open design allows for easy addition of ingredients Makes hard or soft frozen desserts Easy to set up and use KitchenAid stand mixer bowl Liquid inside the double walls of the bowl provides thorough, even freezing throughout the mixing process Dasher rotates inside bowl to spread, scrape and mix the batter See all kitchen appliances on Walmart.com. Save money. Live better.
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Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

Ahh, ice cream. In the summer, nothing beats a trip to the local ice cream stand for my customary order – a chocolate and vanilla twist with chocolate sprinkles. Ever since I got the ice cream attachment for my KitchenAid mixer years ago, there is usually a constant supply of homemade ice cream in my freezer. Since I started making my own ice cream, I have tried tons of recipes and have pretty much enjoyed them all, but like anything, I definitely have my favorites! Since summer is knocking on the door for many of us, I thought that ice cream would be a great pick for another Top 10 List installment. Enjoy!
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Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

Rachel — May 18, 2011 @ 1:41 pm Reply I just love homemade ice cream and I too almost always have some in my freezer. I just made D. Lebovitz’s Sour Strawberry Ice Cream and am looking forward to trying it. I think one of my favorites is Peanut Butter Ice Cream. I use the recipe from Annie’s Eats. It is delicious with some crumbled oreos. My hubby loves DL’s coffee ice cream. Looking forward to trying your pistachio ice cream for my dad. He’s both a pistachio and ice cream lover, so it’s perfect for him.
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Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

Use any KitchenAid mixer to prepare ice cream parlor treats at home – it’s easy with this accessory. The rotating dasher and insulated freezer bowl attach to your mixer, whipping up 2 quarts of velvety-smooth frozen dessert in just 20–30 minutes. Compatible with all KitchenAid stand mixers. Produces 2 qt. of soft-consistency ice cream in 20–30 minutes; for firmer consistency, store ice cream in freezer for 2–4 hours. Double-walled metal freeze bowl filled with specially formulated liquid to ensure uniform freezing; plastic housing. Plastic dasher/churning paddle mixes and scrapes ice cream batter. Drive assembly attaches to motor head and drives dasher. Bowl adapter ring attaches to bottom of freeze bowl to fit select tilt-head model mixers. For homemade ice cream at a moment’s notice, store the bowl in your freezer.
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Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

I have two of these ice cream makers. They have made the best homemade ice cream desserts my family and friends have ever had. I've owned them for many years and they are still performing beautifully. Following the directions helps tremendously, such as starting mixer stirring before adding the ice cream batter. Also, stopping the stirring process when the ice cream has mounded up in the freezer bowl and moving it to containers to finish setting up prevents the mixer from laboring. These bowls and attachments fit and work with both my 6 qt and 7 qt bowl lift kitchenaid mixers. The attachment was a little askew with the newer 7 qt and Kitchenaid Small Appliance department provided a newer adaptor and now everything works smoothly. I keep both bowls in the freezer all the time so they're always ready to make the next batch. Having two is very handy so that I can make two different flavors on any occasion without waiting for the bowl to refreeze. Thank you Kitchenaid customer service for always being extremely helpful.
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Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

Jodi — May 17, 2011 @ 2:20 pm Reply I LOVE ice cream and now I need to get that attachment for my mixer. Good thing I saw this before I bought one of those counter top ice cream makers (we have a crank one that requires ice and rock salt…two things we never keep on hand!). My favorite was a dark chocolate with a peanut butter ribbon and choc/PB candies that I had last summer at the little ice cream shack down the road. Yum!! We are blessed to live next to a cherry orchard here in MI, so we did make an outstanding custard with sweet cherries and dark chocolate….
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Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

Rated 4 out of 5 by PRaphael from Works well, but your freezer has to be COLD A lot of reviewers say that this doesn’t work. They need a freezer thermometer. Before buying this, check your freezer. Ideally, the freezer ahould be -5°F or colder. 0° is OK. +5°F is pushing it. If you can turn the temp lower, do so and check again in 24 hours. If you can’t get the temp below 5°F, don’t consider this product (or any other freezer bowl machine). You either need a new freezer or a compressor-driven ice cream maker. This attachment works best with 1 qt or less mix. If your freezer is cold, and you’re using a good recipe, you can freeze the ice cream in 15 minutes. This is very good for a home machine. You have to spend a LOT to do better. Fast freezing is important for texture, not because I’m impatient. It could be better. Professional machines have metal dashers that use spring tension to scrape the sides of the canister. This uses plastic that fits quite imprecisely. The ice cream quality would be improved if KA made a better dasher. Date published: 2017-01-14
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Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Attachment

Rated 1 out of 5 by Carolburn from Don’t bother! I bought this ice cream maker , stored it in the original box with Styrofoam for protection, only took it out a couple of times. Put it in a very cold freezer for a few days , made ice cream only a couple of times. It still sprang a small leak. Never will I buy this maker. Kitchen aid would not take it back. Very disappointed with product and Kitchen aid. Date published: 2017-01-15
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Tracy — May 17, 2011 @ 11:12 am Reply Oh man, I have to get out my ice cream maker for the season! I think my favorite ice cream I’ve made so far is pumpkin ice cream. Mmm.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by erictigger from Didn’t make ice cream Bought this for a Christmas present and put the bowl in freezer for 4 days. Made basic vanilla recipe and chilled in fridge. Attaching to machine was easy as I’d expect from KitchenAid but even with frozen bowl and chilled mix, it hadn’t frozen being mild slush stage in 45 minutes of stirring. Freezer was on coldest setting in a bottom freezer drawer fridge and mix cooled. Hoped the 1 star reviews were bowls not frozen, etc. Our old crank unit with ice and salt worked better. Heck, two ziplock bags with mix in inner bag and ice and salt in outer bag works better. Also, you either have to plan days ahead for ice cream or take up freezer space with an empty bowl. Date published: 2017-01-03
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Erin — May 17, 2011 @ 10:21 am Reply I am completely in love with my Kitchenaid ice cream attachment. I have three pints of ice cream in my freezer right now and I’m having difficulty restraining myself from making another kind. With only myself and my boyfriend in the house, it doesn’t disappear as fast as I want to make it! Especially now that I have a new list from your top favorites!
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A.Yes – it has about 10 recipes in it. There is a basic ice cream recipe then a few variations, a basic sorbet recipe with some variations and then one gelato recipe. I'd recommend carefully following the instructions your first few times before you really start experimenting since you've not made ice cream before. Once you get comfortable though start experimenting with different flavors as well as different milk (2%, whole, half and half, cream, etc.) to find what's perfect for you.
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Features Ice cream, gelato or sorbet Makes up to 2.0 quarts of our your favorite frozen treat in 20-30 minutes. Allow your ice cream bowl to freeze at least 24 hours prior to use. Thorough ingredient incorporation With the dasher which rotates inside the bowl to spread, scrape and mix. Easy to Clean With warm soapy water.