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Ice cream after dinner? With your frozen-ready 1.9L KitchenAid Ice Cream Bowl Attachment, a KitchenAid stand mixer on the counter, and a delicious batter, you can have scoops of your freshly made dessert within 30 minutes. Whether you want it with fruit, on top of a chewy brownie, or simply with a crisp wafer cone, you will enjoy creating frozen treats your way with this dessert-making attachment from KitchenAid.
Stand mixers are sold separately.
No need to scrape your ice cream batter while mixing as the dasher does it for you.
Transfer the power of your stand mixer to your bowl using the drive assembly.
With 1.9L of yummy frozen delight to share, make sure to have enough wafer cones and bowls ready.
- Made to fit the power hub of the following KitchenAid Stand Mixer models: Classic KSM45, Artisan KSM150, KSM160, and KSM177, Platinum Collection KSM170, 100 Year Retro KSM180, and Pro Line KSM7581
- Freeze bowl works together with the included drive assembly and dasher which attach to the mixer motor head to mix and scrape your batter
- Freezing the special liquid within the double-walled bowl ensures thorough and even freezing of your batter throughout the mixing process
- Makes 1.9L of soft-consistency ice cream after freezing the bowl for a minimum of 15 hours
- Easy-to-use ice cream maker that adds more function to your KitchenAid stand mixer
- Compact design makes it easy to clean and store
|Construction||Stainless steel and plastic|
|Dimensions||21cm x 17cm|
28cm (with handles) x 17cm
|Cleaning and care||Handwash in warm water with mild detergent|
|Warranty||1 year against manufacturer's defects|
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Ice Cream Bowl Attachment
Sadly, I have to agree with Vaughn of Melbourne (9/7/14).
I used my Ice Cream Bowl once, and it worked beautifully.
I treated it according to instructions, and re-froze it. The bowl was not dropped or mistreated in any way.
When I came to use it a second time a few months later, there was blue material frozen on the outside of the bowl.
I used it again, and very carefully packed it away again in the freezer. When I removed it for the 3rd batch there was lots of blue material frozen on the bowl.
Perhaps Vaughn and I got bowls from a bad batch???
I have been happy with all my other KitchenAid, but this is a great disappointment.
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Great...But dont expect it to last.
If you are about to buy an Icecream Maker then do your research. Just because you buy a reputable brand such as KitchenAid, dont think you are buying the best. This icecream maker does its job providing you follow the fail-safe method; 1. Make the batter as per the instruction book. 2. Chill your batter overnight and also ensure your icecream maker has been in the frezer for 48hrs. 3. Churn for 20 - 30mins. Great icecream every time.... UNTIL... your $149 KitchenAid investment decides that after a short number of uses decides to leak the blue freezing solution. My sister's leaked through the casing after 3 uses within 9months, i've used mine ~ 8 times (generally at Xmas) in 2 1/2yrs and is leaking at the aluminium base in the small dimple seam. A 12month warranty does not cover your investment. Google search 'KitchenAid icecream maker leaking' and have a read. Kitchenware where great once again and would have loved to help me but mine passes the 12month warranty period and therefore you have 12months use according to KitchenAid.. if i had used this machine weekly for 2 1/2yrs i'd have no gripes, or if the paddle broke etc.. no issues.. but obvioulsy the casing of this unit does not stand the test of time., i dont think 8 times ($18.63 per serve) warrants a KitchenAid investment.
KitchenAid Ice Cream Bowl Attachment 1.9L
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