A shout out for shave ice!
See what all the shave ice fuss is about and discover a whole new world of sweet, snowy treats.
Transform your mixer into a shave ice maker
The shave ice trend is here to stay, with shops dedicated to these delicious icy treats popping up everywhere. So if you’ve been wondering how to get shaved ice at home, we have the answer. With our clever mixer attachment you can rustle up shaved ice recipes anytime the mood takes you.
Fits any KitchenAid stand mixer
Just attach the KitchenAid shave ice maker to the power hub of any KitchenAid stand mixer. Then let the mixer do all the work⁽¹⁾. From the famous Hawaiian ‘shave ice’, to Italian granita, Puerto Rican piraguas or Korean bingsu – there’s plenty of shaved ice desserts and drinks to try.
Stock your freezer so you’re always ready
Food cravings can strike at any time. With the 4 included moulds, you can freeze ahead so you’re always prepared for sneaky treats or unexpected guests. Just take your mould out of the freezer, let it sit and temper for 10 mins, then it’s ready to shave.
So, whether you fancy a cold snack on a scorching day, or a cheeky, chilly cocktail with friends, you’re just minutes away with the shave ice attachment. Not only are there recipes from around the world and all sorts of delicious drizzles and syrups to experiment with, you can also try alternatives to plain ice. Shake things up by freezing juice, coffee, fruit teas, or milk, instead of water.
Light, fluffy ice is as easy as 1,2,3
Once you’ve decided what yummy flavour combo you’re going for, making your shave ice couldn’t be simpler. Just 3 steps: freeze, shave, create! And once you have your light, snowy base, then the fun begins. Two interchangeable blades mean you can switch up the texture too, between coarse and fine shavings for different recipes, pop in your ice and pull the lever. Sixty seconds ⁽²⁾ later you have over half a litre of fluffy shaved ice.
Cold, refreshing, sweet-flavoured shaved ice originated in Japan, but has become a firm favourite in Hawaii. It’s shaved, not crushed, with a powdery, fine consistency, just like snow. So what’s the difference between shaved ice and a snow cone? Snow cones have much larger granules and are crunchy in texture, while shaved ice is much softer and fluffier.