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 all Household Stand Mixers 4.5 Quart and larger.) For everything you want to make. KitchenAid. KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment makes up to 2 quarts of fresh ice cream, sorbet and other frozen desserts. Ice Cream Maker Attachment Favorite frozen treats created in no time. Create 2 quarts of soft-serve ice cream, sorbet, or gelato in 20-30 minutes. Allow bowl to freeze at least 24 hours prior to use. Features Up to 2.0 Quarts Ice cream maker attachment produces up to 2.0 quarts of soft-consistency ice cream and other frozen desserts The Dasher The dasher rotates inside the freeze bowl to spread, scrape, and mix the batter Several recipes Several recipes are provided in the Use & Care Guide Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty Material Plastic Plastic Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty What's Included Freeze Bowl, Dasher, and Drive Assembly Freeze Bowl, Dasher, and Drive Assembly Dimensions 7.0H x 11.0W x 8.5D / Weight 6.0lbs 7.0H x 11.0W x 8.5D / Weight 6.0lbs Easy to use ✓ ✓ Designed to work with all models of KitchenAid Stand Mixers ✓ ✓ Easy to clean ✓ ✓ Compact Design: can be stored in the freezer or cabinet. ✓ ✓ Tips for Great Results The freeze bowl must be completely frozen to make ice cream or other frozen desserts. For best results, store the freeze bowl in the back of your freezer where the temperature is coldest for at least 15 hours. Adjusting your freezer to its coldest setting will help the freeze bowl make firmer ice cream faster. Storing the freeze bowl in the freezer at all times allows you the flexibility to make your favori For recipes that need to be pre-cooked, allow the mixture to cool completely in the refrigerator. All batter recipes need to be completely chilled in the refrigerator before making ice cream. Most ice cream recipes call for a combination of cream, milk, eggs, and sugar. The type of cream you choose will determine how rich in flavor and how creamy the texture of the finished result. The higher percentage of fat in the cream, the richer and creamier your ice cream will be. Any combination can be used, as long as the liquid measurement stays the same. Lighter ice creams can be made by using more milk than cream, or by eliminating cream. Skim milk will work, but there will be a noticeable difference in texture.