Powered by the iconic 4.3L and 4.8L tilt-head mixer as well as the 6.9L bowl-lift mixer, it lets you quickly and easily make over 500ml of light and fluffy shaved ice in under a minute.

The snow-like results are extremely versatile for making delicious sweets and treats by adding flavours,
ingredients and toppings. Pour over a chilled fruit syrup or a simple mix of pureed fruit (watermelon and
blueberries is rather nice) or simply add fresh juice for a fun drink.

And adults can have some ‘fun’ drinks too – Margaritas and Daiquiris and Moscow Mule . See below.

Simply fill any of the 4 ice moulds with whatever liquid will freeze, freeze for 12-24 hours then choose your blade – a fine blade for a cloud of snow ice and a coarse blade for a hand shaved consistency

Easy to set up, to use and to clean Dishwasher safe and simply store back in the box and pop in the cupboard till next time.

the NEW KitchenAid Shave Ice Attachment (RRP £109) is available from kitchenaid.co.uk @kitchenaid_uk

A twist on the classic Moscow mule, just as spicy and sweet but twice as refreshing and served over shaved ice.

Prep Time: 20 (+ 12 – 24hr
freezing time)
Cook Time: 30 mins
1.05L water
250g caster sugar
2 limes
4cm ginger
20 mint leaves
100ml vodka
300ml ginger beer


  1. Make the ice pucks. Pour 800ml of water into the plastic ice moulds and freeze for 12 – 24 hours.
  2. Make the syrup. Add the remaining 250ml water, caster sugar, juice of 2 limes, zest of 1 lime,
    julienned ginger and mint leaves to a saucepan. Bring to a boil, lower the heat and let simmer until
    the syrup has the consistency of maple syrup (about 30 minutes).
  3. Strain and let cool completely before transferring the syrup to a sealable bottle. Store in the fridge.
  4. Allow the ice pucks to rest at room temperature until the outside of the puck has a nice glossy sheen.
    Place the puck Into the KitchenAid Shave Ice Attachment, turn speed to 10 and shave the ice into a
    serving glass.
  5. Divide the vodka over the 2 glasses and add half of the ginger beer to them. Stir with a fork.
  6. Shave a second puck of ice in the glass. Top off with the remaining ginger beer until the glass is
    almost full. Drizzle some syrup on top to your taste.
  7. Garnish with a spring of mint, a slice of fresh lime and a chilli pepper.