KitchenAid has partnered with Franzese, an Italian company, to create gelato mixes specifically designed to work with the KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment.
- Sample packs are included in select Ice Cream Makers attachments.
- Additional packs can be purchased in retail stores.
They are available in six delicious flavors:
- Salted Caramel
- Pumpkin Spice
- Each box of gelato also comes with tips on how to enhance the flavors with some of your very own favorite ingredients like melted chocolate, fresh strawberries, or espresso.
- Makes 1.5 pints of gelato.
- The gelato mixes are easy to use, and you can use water, milk or non-dairy milks - all with delicious results in 11 minutes!
- The gelato will be soft serve consistency.
- If you would like it to be firmer, you can put the contents in a shallow container and place it in the freezer.
What is gelato?
Gelato is the Italian cousin of ice cream. It starts out with a similar custard base as ice cream, but has a higher proportion of milk and a lower proportion of cream and eggs (or no eggs at all). It is churned at a much slower rate, incorporating less air and leaving the gelato denser (though not harder than traditional ice cream) giving the gelato a more creamier, luscious texture and mouth feel than traditional ice cream.
Franzese gelato mixes are:
- GMO free
- Gluten free
- Free of trans-fats
Do these products contain HFCS?
There is no High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) in our products.
What type of sweeteners do Franzese gelato products contain?
While sugar is the main sweetener, other ingredients such as dextrose can add additional sweetness to the product.
Do the Franzese gelato products contain artificial sweeteners?
The Franzese gelato products do not contain artificial sweeteners.
What’s the “best by” shelf life of the gelato?
Franzese gelato mix has a best buy shelf life of 36 Months.
Does that mean the gelato mix is expired after the 36 months and is unsafe to eat?
No, the gelato mix is still safe to consume after the 36 months. “Best by,” dates were developed by the food industry and retailers to highlight when maximum flavor and texture will be experienced. After the 36 months, flavors and textures will begin to fade and not be as great as they are within the “Best by,” date.