Ice Cream Maker Attachment for Kitchen Aid Mixer

What could be better than homemade ice cream on a hot summer’s day made with berries right from your own garden? Make it a realty with this ice cream mixer attachment from Whirlpool, makers of Kitchen Aid stand mixers.

Ice Cream Maker Attachment, KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Sale price: $84.99
Ice Cream Maker Attachment, KitchenAid Stand Mixer. Sale price: $84.99

Within 30 minutes, you’ll enjoy up to 2 quarts of delicious ice cream, sorbet, or gelato. The dasher rotates inside the freeze bowl to spread, scrape, and mix.

  • Includes drive assembly, dasher, and bowl adapter ring
  • 2-quart capacity
  • Fits Tilt-Head or Bowl-Lift Stand Mixers
  • 230V-50HZ

Go to APWagner.com Appliance Parts to view more information about the KitchenAid Ice Cream Mixer Attachment and to place your order.

http://www.apwagner.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&model=8212632

Homemade Berry Ice Cream

Here’s a great recipe on how to make homemade ice cream using berries from your garden. This recipe calls for raspberries, but it looks simple enough that other berries such as strawberries, blue berries, or raspberries could be substituted.

Garden Raspberry Ice Cream (Philadelphia Style)

By Flickr User ulterior epicure:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/ulteriorepicure/231555400/
By Flickr User ulterior epicure: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ulteriorepicure/231555400/

According to the recipe, the key to using fresh berries in home made ice cream is “Macerating,” the berries a half hour prior to making the ice cream.  “To macerate” simply sprinkle the berries with sugar and allow them to sit for a half hour before adding them to your ice cream.   Doing so allows the berries to release their own juices, lowering moisture content of the berries and keeping the from freezing into icy little pellets in the ice cream. This keeps the berries from for your ice cream relatively whole, unprocessed and lovely to look at (and eat).

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