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    I N E ™ E R I E S GUIDE PROFESSIONAL RESULTS Model KPFD200 Frozen Dessert Maker...

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    ™ FOR THE WAY IT’S MADE. ™ ® Registered trademark/™ Trademark of KitchenAid, U.S.A. © 2003. All rights reserved. Specifications subject to change without notice. dZw1203...

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    I N E ™ E R I E S MODEL KPFD200 FROZEN DESSERT MAKER Introduction Section Contents Table of Contents .......3 Frozen Dessert Maker Safety ....4 Important Safeguards......5 Proof of Purchase & Registration..6 Electrical Requirements .......7...

  • Page 4: Introduction Introduction

    The KitchenAid™ PRO LINE™ Series: commercial quality for the discriminating home chef. From the company distinguished by its legendary craftsmanship.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION CARE CLEANING Introduction ................2 ..........Cleaning the Frozen Dessert Maker........42 Frozen Dessert Maker Safety Clean the Freezing Cylinder & Vent ........42 Important Safeguards ..............5 Remove the Dispenser Assembly & Mixing Blade ....43 Proof of Purchase & Product Registration ......6 Dry the Mixing Blade &...

  • Page 6: Frozen Dessert Maker Safety

    FROZEN DESSERT MAKER SAFETY Your safety and the safety of others are very important. We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages. This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.

  • Page 7: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions or after the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in should always be followed, including the following: any manner. Return appliance to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair, or adjustment.

  • Page 8: Proof Of Purchase & Product Registration

    Please complete the following for your personal records: Always keep a copy of the sales receipt showing the date of purchase of your Frozen Dessert Maker. Proof of purchase will Model: KPFD200 assure you of in-warranty service. Serial Number ___________________________________________ Before you use your Frozen Dessert Maker, please fill out and mail your product registration card packed with the unit.

  • Page 9: Electrical Requirements

    ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS Volts: 120 V.A.C. only. WARNING Hertz: 60 Hz NOTE: Your Frozen Dessert Maker has a 3 prong grounded plug. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this plug will fit in an outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit in the outlet, contact Electrical Shock Hazard a qualified electrician.

  • Page 11: Features And Operation

    I N E ™ E R I E S FEATURES OPERATION Features and Operation Section Contents Frozen Dessert Maker Features..10 Introduction to the Frozen Dessert Maker .......12 Placement & Setup ......13 Food-Safe Lubrication.......13 Before First Use ........13 Operating the Dessert Maker ....14 Operating Tips........17 Overrun in Frozen Desserts ....19 Glossary of Frozen Desserts....20...

  • Page 12: Frozen Dessert Maker Features

    MODEL KPFD200 FROZEN DESSERT MAKER FEATURES Stainless Steel Housing Brushed stainless steel housing is durable and easy to clean. Ingredient Funnel Funnel makes adding ingredients to the frozen dessert maker easy. Funnel Lid Funnel lid doubles as a convenient food pusher and functions as an interlock: the frozen dessert maker will not operate unless the lid is in place.

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    Mix and Freeze Switches Drip Tray Mix starts the mixing blade and freeze turns on the Drip tray catches spills and is dishwasher-safe. Tray freezing system. Indicator lights show which features a removable stainless steel drip plate. functions are active. To prevent ingredients from freezing solid, the freezing system will not activate unless the mixing blade is started.

  • Page 14: An Introduction To The Frozen Dessert Maker

    INTRODUCTION TO THE PRO LINE™ SERIES FROZEN DESSERT MAKER When making frozen desserts, two distinct types of freezers are used. The continuous process freezer is what you’ll see dispensing soft-serve ice cream and slushes in commercial establishments. It freezes the dessert on a continuous basis and dispenses it on demand.

  • Page 15: Placement & Setup

    PREPARING PRO LINE ™ SERIES FROZEN DESSERT MAKER FOR USE Placement and Setup Before First Use of the Frozen Dessert Maker Immediately before using the dessert maker for the first time – or WARNING after any long period of non-use – rinse the freezing cylinder, mixing blade, and dispenser assembly with clean, warm water.

  • Page 16: Operating The Frozen Dessert Maker

    OPERATING PRO LINE ™ SERIES FROZEN DESSERT MAKER Pour the recipe ingredients into the ingredient funnel. If the Place the drip tray on the countertop underneath the dispenser recipe includes solid foods – like fruit, nuts, or candy – add them assembly.

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    NOTE: Unless the Mix Switch is on, the freezing system will not Replace the funnel lid and turn on the mixing blade by rocking operate – even if the Freeze Switch is turned on. This prevents the Mix Switch upward. The mixing indicator light will glow ingredients from freezing solid.

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    OPERATING PRO LINE ™ SERIES FROZEN DESSERT MAKER NOTE: Dessert will not dispense properly unless the mixing blade Automatic Overload Protection is rotating. If the dessert has become too firm to dispense A dessert that becomes extremely stiff will cause the dessert completely, turn off the mixing blade by rocking the Mix Switch maker to automatically shut off to prevent damage.

  • Page 19: Frozen Dessert Maker Operating Tips

    PRO LINE ™ SERIES FROZEN DESSERT MAKER OPERATING TIPS For the best results, always finish one batch before starting another. Always dispense your dessert before it becomes too firm to dispense easily. If a firmer consistency is desired, transfer the dessert to an airtight container and store in a freezer for 2 or more hours.

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    PRO LINE ™ SERIES FROZEN DESSERT MAKER OPERATING TIPS Any solid food added to the dessert maker – like fruit, nuts, cookies, or candy – will be reduced to small pieces within a few seconds by the action of the mixing blade. If you prefer larger pieces in your frozen dessert, fold them into the dessert after dispensing.

  • Page 21: All About Overrun In Frozen Desserts

    THE AIR IN THERE: ALL ABOUT OVERRUN IN YOUR FROZEN DESSERTS The PRO LINE™ Series Frozen Dessert Maker is the only home To control the overrun of your ice cream and other dairy desserts, freezer that lets you control the amount of air that is mixed into a simply vary the amount of mixture you start with.

  • Page 22: A Glossary Of Luscious Frozen Desserts

    GLOSSARY LUSCIOUS FROZEN DESSERTS Ice Cream Ice Milk At its simplest, everyone’s favorite dessert is a combination of According to the FDA, ice milk is simply “ice cream” which cream, sugar, and pureed fruit or flavoring that’s whipped into a contains less than 10% milk fat.

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    Sorbet Sorbet is a deliciously smooth, creamy water ice that consists of sugar, water, and flavoring. Delightfully refreshing, it’s the perfect dish to cleanse the palate after the rich main course of a meal. Most commonly made with fresh fruit juice or fruit purée, sorbet can also be flavored with wine, liquors, tea, or herbs.

  • Page 24: Tips For Great Ice Cream

    TIPS GREAT ICE CREAM The body and texture of ice cream can be improved by aging the ingredients. Store the ice cream mix for 4 to 12 hours in your refrigerator prior to making the dessert. Cooling the mix will also shorten the freezing time and minimize ice crystal formation for a smoother texture. When transferring ice cream to your freezer to harden, do it quickly –...

  • Page 25: Recipes

    I N E ™ E R I E S FROZEN DESSERT MAKER RECIPES French Vanilla Ice Cream....24 Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream ...25 Mango Buttermilk Ice Cream ....26 Mocha Fudge Ice Cream ....27 Butter Pecan Ice Cream.....28 Green Tea Ice Cream......29 Triple Berry Frozen Yogurt ....30 Peach Granola Frozen Yogurt....31 Mango Orange Frozen Yogurt ..32...

  • Page 26: French Vanilla Ice Cream

    FRENCH VANILLA ICE CREAM ⁄ cups half-and-half In medium saucepan over medium heat, heat half-and-half until very hot but not boiling, stirring often. Set aside. 4 egg yolks Place egg yolks and sugar in mixer bowl. Attach bowl and flat beater to mixer. Turn to 1 cup sugar Speed 2;...

  • Page 27: Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream

    MEXICAN CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM In small saucepan over very low heat, melt chocolate; set aside. In medium saucepan over 3 squares (1 oz. each) unsweetened chocolate medium heat, heat half-and-half until very hot but not boiling, stirring often; set aside. ⁄...

  • Page 28: Mango Buttermilk Ice Cream

    MANGO BUTTERMILK ICE CREAM ⁄ cups half-and-half In medium saucepan, combine half-and-half, sugar, salt, and nutmeg, if desired. Heat over medium-low heat until very hot but not boiling, stirring constantly. Transfer 1 cup sugar half-and-half mixture to medium bowl; stir in buttermilk and vanilla. Cover; refrigerate ⁄...

  • Page 29: Mocha Fudge Ice Cream

    MOCHA FUDGE ICE CREAM In medium bowl, mix all ingredients with wire whisk until well blended. 4 cups milk 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened Pour ice cream mixture into dessert maker; turn on Mix and Freeze Switches. Freeze 30 to condensed milk 35 minutes.

  • Page 30: Butter Pecan Ice Cream

    BUTTER PECAN ICE CREAM 3 cups half-and-half In medium saucepan, combine half-and-half, brown sugar, butter, and salt. Heat over medium-low heat until very hot but not boiling, stirring constantly. Transfer half-and-half ⁄ cup packed brown sugar mixture to medium bowl; stir in whipping cream. Cover; refrigerate at least 4 hours 3 tablespoons butter to overnight.

  • Page 31: Green Tea Ice Cream

    GREEN TEA ICE CREAM In small bowl, pour boiling water over tea. Cover; steep 30 minutes. Meanwhile, in medium 1 cup boiling water saucepan, combine half-and-half and sugar. Heat over medium-low heat until very hot but ⁄ cup loose green tea leaves not boiling, stirring constantly.

  • Page 32: Triple Berry Frozen Yogurt

    TRIPLE BERRY FROZEN YOGURT 3 cups vanilla yogurt In large bowl, combine yogurt, sugar, milk, and salt; mix well. Set aside. ⁄ cup sugar Add blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries to dessert maker. Pour yogurt mixture into dessert maker; turn on Mix and Freeze Switches. Freeze about 20 minutes. When desired ⁄...

  • Page 33: Peach Granola Frozen Yogurt

    PEACH GRANOLA FROZEN YOGURT In small saucepan over medium heat, heat sugar, milk, and salt until very hot but not boiling, ⁄ cup sugar stirring constantly. Transfer sugar mixture to medium bowl; cool. Stir in yogurt; set aside. ⁄ cup milk Add granola and peaches to dessert maker.

  • Page 34: Mango Orange Frozen Yogurt

    MANGO ORANGE FROZEN YOGURT 2 cups (2 medium) In food processor, position multipurpose blade in work bowl. Add mangoes, oranges, diced ripe mangoes sugar, and lemon juice. Process until sugar dissolves and fruit is pureed, 30 to 45 seconds. 1 can (11 oz.) mandarin In large bowl, combine fruit mixture, yogurt, milk, salt, and nutmeg, if desired.

  • Page 35: Melon Sorbet

    MELON SORBET In food processor, position multipurpose blade in work bowl. Add all ingredients; process 5 cups (about 2 lbs.) diced cantaloupe or until sugar dissolves and melon is pureed, about 45 seconds. honeydew melon Pour sorbet mixture into dessert maker; turn on Mix and Freeze Switches. Freeze 25 to 35 ⁄...

  • Page 36: Pineapple Ginger Sorbet

    PINEAPPLE GINGER SORBET ⁄ cups (about 1 medium) In food processor, position multipurpose blade in work bowl. Add all ingredients; process diced pineapple until sugar dissolves and pineapple is pureed, about 45 seconds. ⁄ cups sugar Pour sorbet mixture into dessert maker; turn on Mix and Freeze Switches. Freeze about ⁄...

  • Page 37: Strawberry Basil Sorbet

    STRAWBERRY BASIL SORBET In small bowl, combine hot water and corn syrup; cool. In food processor, position ⁄ cup hot water multipurpose blade in work bowl. Add strawberries, sugar, lemon juice, salt, and syrup ⁄ cup light corn syrup mixture; process until sugar dissolves and strawberries are pureed, adding as much ice ⁄...

  • Page 38: Frozen Lime Margarita

    FROZEN LIME MARGARITA 1 can (12 oz.) frozen limeade Pour limeade, tequila, liqueur, and water into dessert maker; turn on Mix and Freeze Switches. concentrate, partially thawed Freeze 10 to 15 minutes. When desired consistency is reached, dispense immediately into glasses with salt-lined rims or serving pitcher.

  • Page 39: Malted Mocha Freeze

    MALTED MOCHA FREEZE In large bowl, combine milk, chocolate, malt, coffee, water, and liqueur. Pour drink mixture 2 cups milk into dessert maker; turn on Mix and Freeze Switches. Freeze 8 to 12 minutes. When desired ⁄ cup chocolate syrup consistency is reached, dispense immediately into glasses or serving pitcher.

  • Page 40: Cranberry-lime Cooler

    CRANBERRY-LIME COOLER ⁄ cup fresh lime juice In medium bowl, combine lime juice and powdered sugar; mix until sugar dissolves. Pour sugar mixture, lime peel, cranberry concentrate, water, and vodka into dessert maker; turn ⁄ cup powdered sugar on Mix and Freeze Switches. Freeze 10 to 15 minutes. When desired consistency is reached, 2 teaspoons grated lime peel, dispense immediately into glasses or serving pitcher.

  • Page 41: Raspberry Coffee Freeze

    RASPBERRY COFFEE FREEZE In small saucepan, combine ⁄ cup water and sugar. Heat over medium heat 1 to 2 ⁄ cup water minutes, or until sugar is dissolved. Chill in refrigerator 10 minutes. Pour sugar mixture, ⁄ cup sugar milk, raspberry syrup, and coffee mixture into dessert maker; turn on Mix and Freeze ⁄...

  • Page 43: Cleaning

    I N E ™ E R I E S CARE CLEANING Care and Cleaning Section Contents Clean the Freezing Cylinder....42 Remove the Dispenser Assembly ..43 Dry the Freezing Cylinder ....44 Clean the Housing & Drip Tray.....44 Disassemble the Dispenser Assembly...44 Assemble the Dispenser Assembly ..45 Attach the Mixing Blade &...

  • Page 44: Cleaning The Frozen Dessert Maker

    CLEANING FROZEN DESSERT MAKER • Clean the frozen dessert maker thoroughly after every use. • After cleaning, wipe the dessert maker housing with a quality stainless steel cleaner to preserve the finish and prevent corrosion. Do not apply stainless steel cleaner to the freezing cylinder or dispenser assembly parts.

  • Page 45: Remove The Dispenser Assembly & Mixing Blade

    Remove the vent cap from the top of the frozen dessert maker. Remove the Dispenser Assembly and Mixing Blade Wet the small end of the provided cleaning brush in soapy water Make certain the mixing blade and freezing system are turned off. and insert the brush into the freezing cylinder vent, then remove.

  • Page 46: Dry The Mixing Blade & Freezing Cylinder

    CLEANING FROZEN DESSERT MAKER Disassemble and Clean the Dispenser Assembly Dry the Mixing Blade and Freezing Cylinder Remove the large O-ring from the back of the dispenser assembly. Wipe the freezing cylinder with a clean damp sponge, then dry it thoroughly with a clean cloth.

  • Page 47: Assemble The Dispenser Assembly

    Wash the dispenser assembly parts in warm soapy water – do Remove the dispensing lever clevis pin by pulling on the attached not use abrasive cleansers or scouring pads. Use the large end of ring, and lift the dispensing lever from the assembly. the provided cleaning brush to clean the interior of the dispensing cylinder.

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    CLEANING FROZEN DESSERT MAKER Align the cutout in the piston with the slot on the dispensing cylinder, and insert the piston into the cylinder. Position the piston so that the cutout is directly beneath the center of the cylinder slot. Cutout Correct Lever Position Incorrect Lever Position...

  • Page 49: Attach The Mixing Blade & Dispenser Assembly

    Apply a light coating of vegetable oil to the O-ring on the bottom Attach the Mixing Blade and Dispenser Assembly of the funnel lid. This will lubricate the funnel lid and make it easy Insert the mixing blade into the freezing cylinder. Make certain to remove.

  • Page 50: Storing The Frozen Dessert Maker

    CLEANING FROZEN DESSERT MAKER Position the dispenser assembly on the housing, making sure the Storing the Frozen Dessert Maker tip of the mixing blade shaft fits into the hole on the back of the When storing the dessert maker between uses: dispenser assembly.

  • Page 51: Removing The Funnel Lid

    Removing the Funnel Lid Position the dispenser assembly on the housing, making sure the tip of the mixing blade shaft fits into the hole on the back of the If not properly lubricated after use, the funnel lid may prove difficult dispenser assembly.

  • Page 52: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING • If the indicator light remains dark and the mixing blade • If the mixing blade shuts off while a dessert is being made: fails to turn when the Mix Switch is turned on: If a dessert becomes too stiff to mix, the frozen dessert maker –...

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    If the problem cannot be fixed with the steps above, see the with a large quantity of ingredient mix may cause dessert to KitchenAid Warranty and Service section on page 53.* back up through the freezing cylinder vent during operation.

  • Page 55: Warranty For Puerto Rico

    I N E ™ E R I E S WARRANTY SERVICE INFORMATION Warranty Information Section Contents Warranty for the U.S......54 Warranty for Puerto Rico ....55 Arranging for Hassle-Free Replacement ....55 Ordering Accessories & Replacement Parts......56 Arranging for Service After the Warranty Expires....56 Arranging for Service Outside the U.S.

  • Page 56: Warranty For The 50 United States & District Of Columbia

    District of Columbia. details on how to arrange for service. KITCHENAID DOES NOT ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have...

  • Page 57: Warranty For Puerto Rico

    ARRANGING HASSLE-FREE REPLACEMENT IF YOU RESIDE IN THE 50 UNITED STATES and your KitchenAid™ When you receive your replacement PRO LINE™ Series Frozen Dessert PRO LINE™ Series Frozen Dessert Maker should fail within the first two Maker, use the carton and packing materials to pack-up your “failed”...

  • Page 58: Ordering Accessories & Replacement Parts

    REPLACEMENT PARTS To order accessories or replacement parts for your Frozen Dessert Customer Satisfaction Center, KitchenAid Portable Appliances, Maker, call toll-free 1-800-541-6390 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. P.O. Box 218, St. Joseph, MI 49085-0218. to 8 p.m. (Eastern Time), or Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., or write to:...

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    SERVICE ARRANGING FOR OUTSIDE 50 UNITED STATES AND PUERTO RICO Consult your local KitchenAid dealer or the store where you purchased your PRO LINE™ Series Frozen Dessert Maker for information on how to obtain service.

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