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KitchenAid KAICA Ice Cream Maker Attachment
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- Make up to 2 quarts of fresh ice cream, sorbet and a variety of other frozen desserts quickly and easily. (Fits Stand Mixer models KSM6573C and KSM7)
- The dasher rotates inside the freeze bowl to spread, scrape, and mix the batter
- Several recipes are provided in the use & care guide
- 1-Year hassle-free replacement warranty
- Made in the USA
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Make up to 2 quarts of fresh ice cream, sorbet and a variety of other frozen desserts quickly and easily with theKitchenAid Ice Cream Maker. (Fits Stand Mixer models KSM6573C and KSM7) For everything you want to make. KitchenAid.
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A few other general ice cream making tips for the kitcheaid ice cream maker attachment: 1) use evaporated milk instead of normal milk (cuts down on ice crystals); 2) substitute corn syrup for some of your sugar (smoother texture); 3) add a TBS or so of corn starch or arrowroot starch to your mix (make sure to dissolve it before adding to your mix) (makes for a more dense ice cream); and 4) if you're adding fruit, cookies, candy etc. add it after you've completed the churn and poured the ice cream into whatever container you're going to use for the final freeze.
To use this, simply freeze it overnight in your freezer. They recommend 18 hours of freezer time if memory serves me well. When you take it out and cinch it down into your KitchenAid base, make sure you set up the paddle and *turn the mixer on* before you start pouring liquid in. Part of the magic of this ice cream maker is its ability to freeze liquids incredibly fast. If you don't turn the unit on before pouring liquid, whatever you pour in will freeze to the walls and jam (or worse, break) the paddle attachment.
Ice cream from this has come out incredibly smooth and perfectly aerated. Most of the time, we're getting incredibly thick ice cream in no more than 20 minutes at the lowest speed setting. I recommend being very careful about the volume of cream/mix you put in the maker, since it expands significantly. We have made banana peanut butter ice cream, as well as mint chocolate chip, both times without boiling the cream mixture first. We also made something slightly more complex – a matcha ice cream – which did require the heating that makes the consistency better. There are so many different recipes you can do with this mixer that the possibilities are endless.
Cleaning is a breeze! Make sure to let it sit out overnight in a drying rack to make sure you get all condensation off of it.
For storage, we keep this in the freezer with a layer of saran wrap over the top. The saran wrap keeps freezer smells from embedding in the interior surface.
Lastly, make sure not to use metal implements like spoons or forks on the inside of this maker, as they can scratch the stick-free surface.
Overall, highly recommended and great fun!
1. The locking mechanism between the head of the mixer and the top of the dasher is a bit weird. I ended up putting it on top of the dasher then lowering the head onto it. It doesn't seem like a stable lock, but it works.
2. I have an extra fridge. I keep this in the freezer and I can make ice cream whenever I want. I NEED TO LOSE WIEGHT! What was I thinking?!?
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