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Breville BIA500 Operating Instructions
the Freeze & Mix
For use with BEM410, BEM800 (and all colour variations)
Instruction Booklet
BIA500
CONGRATULATIONS
on the purchase of your new
Breville Freeze & Mix
Contents
4
Breville recommends safety first
6
Know your Breville
Freeze & Mix
8
Operating your Breville
Freeze & Mix
14
Care & cleaning for your
Breville Freeze & Mix
16
Recipes
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Breville recommends safety first
At Breville we are very safety conscious. We design and manufacture consumer products with
the safety of you, our valued customer, foremost in mind. In addition we ask that you exercise
a degree of care when using any electrical appliance and adhere to the following precautions.
Important safeguards
Read all instructions
BEFORE USE AND SAVE FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
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Carefully read all instructions before
using the product for the first time and
save for future reference.
Remove and safely discard any
packaging material and promotional
labels before using the product for the
first time.
Do not place the bowl on or near a hot
gas or electric burner, or where it could
touch a heated oven.
Do not attempt to use the bowl by any
method other than those described in
this book.
The product is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the product.
This item product is for household
use only. Do not use this product for
anything other than its intended use.
Do not use in moving vehicles or boats.
Do not use outdoors. Misuse may cause
injury.
This product is for use with specific
Breville bench mixers only. Do not
attempt to use this bowl with any other
mixer other than those models specified
on the packaging.
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Breville recommends safety first
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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KNOW
your Breville Freeze & Mix
KNOW your Breville Freeze & Mix
A
A. Freezer Bowl – double walled insulated
bowl, once frozen, freezes ice cream
while it churns.
B. Paddle – churns and aerates the
ingredients in the bowl for a consistent
and smooth result.
B
NOT SHOWN
C. Splash guard – prevents splattering
and use as a guide for adding
ingredients.
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OPERATING
your Breville Freeze & Mix
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE Freeze & Mix
Before first use
NOTE
Remove and safely discard any packaging
material or promotional labels before using
the bowl for the first time.
Wash and dry the bowl thoroughly following
the ‘Care and Cleaning’ instructions in this
booklet.
Make sure your ice cream mixture
has been refrigerated for 1-2 hours,
if recipes require heating then chill
mixture for 2-4 hours or overnight
if time permits before churning/
freezing. This will maintain that you
achieve consistent quality ice cream
results every time.
Operating your Breville
Freeze & Mix
Place the freezer bowl into your freezer for
a minimum of 15 hours prior to making ice
cream. When freezing your bowl, ensure that
it is placed in the coolest part of the freezer.
Adjust your freezer so that it is at the coldest
setting. Then place the freezer bowl in the
freezer for a minimum of 15 hours, prior to
making ice cream, this will give you a faster
and better end result.
Attaching the bowl
1. Place the bench mixer base on a level,
dry surface such as a bench top. The
mixer motor head should be in the
horizontal (closed) position. Raise the
mixer motor head by depressing the tilt
back hinge button located on the back of
the mixer motor head.
NOTE
The Freezer bowl must be frozen for
a minimum of 15 hours to ensure that
the correct consistency of ice cream
can be made.
Prepare Ingredients
Prepare the mixture and the ingredients to be
used to make the ice cream or frozen desert.
NOTE
Lift the mixer motor head up until it tilts
back and locks into the open position.
It is important to prepare all
ingredients before removing the
freezer bowl from the freezer. This will
prevent the freezer bowl from thawing.
NOTE
If the mixture being used has been
heated, ensure it has been completely
cooled before placing it into the
freezer bowl.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE Freeze & Mix
2. Place the freezer bowl into the bowl
locking recess of the mixer base and
turn the bowl clockwise until the bowl
locks securely into place.
NOTE
To remove or insert the freezer bowl,
the mixer motor head must be raised
and locked into the open position.
Attaching the paddle to the
mixer motor head
NOTE
The Freezer bowl must assembled
and used immediately after
removing it from the freezer to
prevent it from thawing.
1. Ensure the mixer motor head is in the
raised/open position. Align the groove
in the top of the Scraper Paddle with the
locking pin on the spindle extending
down from the mixer motor head.
2. Push the scraper paddle upwards and
turn clockwise until it locks securely
onto the locking pin on the spindle.
Attaching the splash guard
to the mixer motor head
1. To attach the splash guard, place bowl
on mixer, make sure the motor head is in
the up position, place the plastic splash
guard on to the bowl, so that the groove
lip of the guard sits inside the groove of
the freezer bowl.
Using the Freeze & Mix
1. Ensure the speed control dial is set to
the ‘Off’ position, plug the cord into a
220-240v power outlet and switch the
power ‘ON’ at the power outlet. The
illuminated LED speed indicator band
will flash and the Count Up/Down timer
will display “0:00.” The Freeze & Mix is
now ready to be used.
2. Follow directions in the recipe for the ice
cream or frozen desert being prepared.
3. Turn the mixer on the slowest speed
setting, marked “folding/kneading” on
the LED speed indicator band before
adding any ingredients to the bowl.
Once the freezer bowl has started to
rotate add the mixture through the
pouring spout of the splash guard and
into the freezer bowl.
NOTE
Pouring the mixture into the freezer
bowl before starting the mixer may
cause the mixture to freeze prematurely.
4. Mix the ice cream/frozen desert until it has
reached the desired consistency. Follow the
table below for mixing guidelines.
3. Lower the mixer motor head by
depressing the tilt back button and
gently pushing the mixer motor head
down until it locks into the horizontal
(closed) position.
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NOTE
If adding mix-ins (chocolate pieces,
nuts etc) to ice cream/frozen deserts,
it is suggested that these be added to
the mixture at least 15 minutes after
the churning processes has begun.
OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE Freeze & Mix
NOTE
NOTE
You can monitor the time that the ice
cream has been churned by watching
the count-up timer. You can also set
the countdown timer on the mixer to
the desired mixing time specified by
the recipe. If longer mixing times are
required, you can reset the time on the
mixer if needed.
When lowering or lifting the mixer
motor head, always support the motor
head with your other hand to prevent
from free-falling.
4. Remove the scraper paddle attachment
by holding the mixer motor head and
pressing the attachment upwards on
the spindle. Turn the attachment anticlockwise to release it from the pin on
the spindle.
5. Use a plastic spatula to remove the
excess frozen desert/ice cream from the
scraper paddle.
6. Remove the freezer bowl from the
indented bowl locking recess of the
mixer base and turn anti-clockwise until
the bowl releases.
Press and hold the arrows to scroll
through the timer setting more quickly.
Disassembling the mixer
1. One the churning process is complete
and the ice cream/frozen desert has
reached the desired consistency, turn the
speed control dial to the ‘Off/Stand by’
position, switch the appliance off at the
power outlet and unplug the cord.
Storing Frozen Deserts and
Ice Cream
Use a plastic spatula to remove the mixture
from the mixing bowl.
If further hardening of ice cream is required,
place the mixture into a freezer safe storage
container, smooth the surface of the ice
cream out in the container, cover with a
seal tight lid and place in the freezer for
hardening. The hardening ice cream can
take approximately 2-4 hours depending on
the desired firmness.
2. Remove splash guard if assembled.
3. Raise the mixer motor head by
depressing the tilt back button and lift
the mixer motor head up until it tilts
back and locks into the open position.
NOTE
It is not recommended that ice cream
is served and stored in the freezer
bowl. Metal ice cream scoops and
spoons can damage the coating of the
freezer bowl. Frozen deserts and ice
cream are best stored in a separate,
freezer safe, food storage container
with a seal tight lid.
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OPERATING YOUR BREVILLE Freeze & Mix
Tips for making Frozen Desserts
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The Freezer bowl should be frozen for a
minimum of 15 hours prior to making
frozen desserts. The freezer should be
set at the coldest setting possible to
allow the bowl to freeze thoroughly.
NOTE
If you have room in your freezer,
the freezer bowl can be stored there
permanently so that ice cream can be
made at any time.
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To maximise the firmness of the ice
cream or frozen desert, allow ingredients
or mixtures to cool completely before
placing in the freezer bowl.
NOTE
It is recommended that ingredients
be placed into the fridge for a period
of 2-4 hours, prior to making frozen
desserts.
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If adding mix-ins (chocolate pieces,
nuts etc) to ice cream/frozen deserts, it
is suggested that these be added to the
mixture for at least 15 minutes after the
churning processes has begun.
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Do not exceed the recommended quantity
of ingredients. Once ingredients start to
freeze they will expand and fill the freezer
bowl to the maximum capacity.
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CARE & CLEANING
for your Breville Freeze & Mix
CARE & CLEANING FOR YOUR Breville Freeze & Mix
Note that the Freezer bowl is not
dishwasher safe.
Cleaning the Freezer bowl
Before cleaning the freezer bowl, ensure
that it is room temperature. Wash in warm,
soapy water with a mild detergent. Allow
the bowl to dry thoroughly before placing it
in the freezer.
Cleaning the splash guard
Dishwasher safe. Wash in warm soapy water
with a mild detergent.
Cleaning the Paddle
Dishwasher safe. Wash in warm soapy water
with a mild detergent.
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RECIPES
RECIPES
NOTE
Milk
Make sure your ice cream mixture
has been refrigerated for 1-2 hours,
if recipes require heating then chill
mixture for 2-4 hours or overnight
if time permits before churning/
freezing. This will maintain that you
achieve consistent quality ice cream
results every time.
Full cream 10% fat milk was used for all milk
based recipes. Lower fat varieties can be
substituted but the same result will not be
achieved.
Ingredients
Home made ice cream is now easy to make
at home and with only 4 staple kitchen
cupboard ingredients required to make a
basic vanilla ice cream.
Cream
Pure cream 35% fat was used in all the
recipes, creams that are thickened usually
have additives such as gelatine (of animal
origin to thicken and prolong the creams
life). The cream gives fattiness and a
smoother texture to the ice cream.
Eggs
All the recipes in this book were tested
using standard 60g eggs. The egg gives
ice cream volume, stabilises and emulsifies
the mixture. The yolk of the egg contains
lecithin, which acts as an emulsifier to bond
with the fat globules.
NOTE
Avoid using older eggs, especially if you
are not cooking the mixture. Pregnant
woman are not advised to consume ice
cream containing raw eggs.
Sugar
Caster sugar was used in all the recipes as it
dissolves easily and to reduce crystallisation
(when large ice crystals form) from occurring.
The amount of sugar is important in ice
cream making as it defines the time your
ice will take to set and once frozen to melt.
As a rule the more sugar added will lower
the freezing point of the water inside the
mixture, which prevents your ice from
forming a large hard clump that is difficult
to scoop.
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ICE CREAM
Ice creams usually have a higher percentage of fat compared to gelatos, sorbets and
granitas and are made with cream or a combination cream and milk, egg yolks and sugar.
ICE CREAM
Dark chocolate ICE CREAM
Vanilla bean ICE CREAM
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
1 ½ cups (375ml) milk
150g dark 70% cocoa mass chocolate, chopped
1 ¼ cups pure cream
4 egg yolks
½ cup caster sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 ½ cups (375ml) milk
1 vanilla bean, split lengthways, seeds removed
4 egg yolks
½ cup caster sugar
1 ¼ cups pure cream
METHOD
1. Heat milk in a non-stick saucepan over
medium heat, stirring occasionally
until bubbles start appearing around
the edges of the saucepan. Remove
from heat and add chocolate, stirring
until chocolate has melted and is well
combined. Set aside to cool slightly and
whisk in the cream.
2. Beat eggs and sugar until pale and
creamy, add vanilla.
3. Continue beating mixture and add
1/3 warm milk mixture, repeat with
remaining milk until combined.
4. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours or until
chilled.
5. Attach the scraper paddle and thermal
ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer.
Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting,
attach splash guard and pour the chilled
ice cream mixture into the bowl. Churn
mixture for 10-15 minutes or until
desired consistency is reached.
Best eaten immediately with fresh
raspberries.
Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic
container with a fitted lid. Remove from
freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.
METHOD
1. Heat milk, vanilla seeds and bean in
a saucepan over medium heat until
bubbles start appearing around the
edges. Remove from heat and allow
vanilla to infuse for a further 5 minutes.
2. Beat egg yolks and sugar until pale and
creamy.
3. Remove vanilla pod and add the cream.
Add tablespoonfuls of milk/cream
mixture to the egg, beating between
additions. Repeat until all mixture has
been added and mixed through.
4. Refrigerate mixture for at least 4 hours.
5. Attach the scraper paddle and thermal
ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer.
Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting,
attach splash guard and pour the chilled
ice cream mixture into the bowl. Churn
mixture for 10-15 minutes or until
desired consistency is reached.
Best eaten immediately and served with
shaved chocolate curls, chopped peanuts and
chocolate sauce or grated peppermint crisp
and wafers.
Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic
container with a fitted lid. Remove from
freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.
NOTE
Infusing or steeping the vanilla pod in
the warm milk will lend a lovely vanilla
flavour to your ice cream or gelato.
TIP
For Vanilla gelato replace cream with
all milk.
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ICE CREAM
Quick Vanilla ICE CREAM
INGREDIENTS
1 ½ cups (375ml) milk
1 ¼ cups pure cream
2 x 60g eggs
½ cup caster sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
METHOD
1. Blend all the ingredients in a blender
until well combined.
2. Refrigerate mixture for at least 2 hours.
3. Attach the scraper paddle and thermal
ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer.
Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting,
attach splash guard and pour the chilled
ice cream mixture into the bowl. Churn
mixture for 10-15 minutes or until
desired consistency is reached.
Best eaten immediately and served with fresh
seasonal fruits or a fruit coulis.
Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic
container with a fitted lid. Remove from
freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.
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GELATO
Gelatos are traditionally milk based ices that are lower in fat than the French and
American-style ice creams. Gelatos are usually flavoured with fresh fruits, syrups or coffee.
GELATO
Pistachio gelato –
milk based ices
Passionfruit gelato
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
1 x 125g pkt pistachios, shelled
3 x 60g eggs or 4 egg yolks
½ cup caster sugar
600ml milk
3 x 60g eggs or 4 egg yolks
½ cup caster sugar
1 x 120g can passionfruit or fresh pulp
600ml milk
METHOD
METHOD
1. Blend pistachios in a food processor
until smooth.
2. Beat eggs and sugar until pale and
creamy.
3. Combine pistachios, egg mixture and
milk in a large jug, blend until well
combined.
4. Refrigerate mixture for at least 2 hours.
5. Attach the scraper paddle and thermal
ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer.
Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting,
attach splash guard and pour the chilled
gelato mixture into the bowl. Churn
mixture for 10 minutes or until desired
consistency is reached.
1. Beat eggs and sugar until pale and
creamy.
2. Combine passionfruit, egg mixture
and milk in a large jug, whisk until well
combined.
3. Refrigerate mixture for at least 2 hours.
4. Attach the scraper paddle and thermal
ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer.
Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting,
attach splash guard and pour the chilled
gelato mixture into the bowl. Churn
mixture for 10 minutes or until desired
consistency is reached.
Best eaten immediately and served with
chopped white chocolate.
Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic
container with a fitted lid. Remove from
freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.
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Best eaten immediately and served with.
Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic
container with a fitted lid. Remove from
freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.
SORBETS
SORBETS
Strawberry sorbet
Mango SORBET
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
½ cup caster sugar
2 x punnets (500g) strawberries, washed, hulled
1 teaspoon lemon juice
½ cup caster sugar
2 x (500g) large fresh mangoes, peeled
1 teaspoon lemon juice
METHOD
METHOD
1. Add 65ml/¼ cup water and sugar to a
small saucepan, heat over medium heat,
stirring to dissolve the sugar and bring
to the boil. Remove from heat and pour
into a heat resistant jug. Allow to cool.
2. Puree strawberries in a blender until
smooth, sieve strawberries through a
fine sieve, discard seeds.
3. Combine strawberries, lemon juice and
sugar syrup in a bowl.
4. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until
chilled.
5. Attach the scraper paddle and thermal
ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer.
Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting,
attach splash guard and pour the chilled
sorbet mixture into the bowl. Churn
mixture for 10 minutes or until desired
consistency is reached.
1. Add 65ml/¼ cup water and sugar to a
small saucepan, heat over medium heat,
stirring to dissolve the sugar and bring
to the boil. Remove from heat and pour
into a heat resistant jug. Allow to cool.
2. Puree mango flesh in a blender until
smooth.
3. Combine mango, lemon juice and sugar
syrup in a bowl.
4. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until
chilled.
5. Attach the scraper paddle and thermal
ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer.
Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting,
attach splash guard and pour the chilled
sorbet mixture into the bowl. Churn
mixture for 10 minutes or until desired
consistency is reached.
Best eaten immediately and served with
chopped white chocolate.
Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic
container with a fitted lid. Remove from
freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.
TIP
Replace strawberries with seasonal
fruits: mango, passionfruit, peach,
nectarine, plum, lemon, lime,
watermelon and pear.
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Best eaten immediately and served with
sticky coconut rice.
Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic
container with a fitted lid. Remove from
freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.
TIP
Replace mango with seasonal fruits:
passionfruit, peach, nectarine, plum,
lemon, lime, watermelon and pear.
GRANITA
Ice based dessert great on hot summery days
GRANITA
Coffee Granita
INGREDIENTS
110g caster sugar
1 vanilla pod, halved lengthways and seed
scraped
120ml espresso coffee
1 x 300ml pure cream, whipped
METHODS
1. Add 1 cup/250ml water and sugar to a
small saucepan, heat over medium heat,
stirring to dissolve the sugar and bring
to the boil. Remove from heat and pour
into a heat resistant jug. Allow to cool.
2. Add vanilla pod and seeds to hot coffee
and set aside to infuse for 5 minutes.
Remove and discard pod.
3. Combine coffee and sugar syrup in a
bowl.
4. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until
chilled.
5. Attach the scraper paddle and thermal
ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer.
Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting,
attach splash guard and pour the chilled
granita mixture into the bowl. Churn
mixture for 15 minutes or until desired
consistency is reached.
Best eaten immediately and served with a
dollop of whipped cream.
Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic
container with a fitted lid. Remove from
freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.
Check webSITE for more recipes
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NOTES
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Fax:
Fax:
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Email: Customer Service:
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Breville is a registered trademark of Breville Pty. Ltd. A.B.N. 98 000 092 928.
Copyright Breville Pty. Ltd. 2010.
Due to continued product improvement, the products illustrated/photographed
in this brochure may vary slightly from the actual product.
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