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Kitchenaid Mixer:

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What is included?

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  • A flat beater for making batter, meat loaf, and all textures in-between
  • A wire whip for egg whites, mayonnaise, and more air-infused creations
  • A hook for mixing and kneading yeast doughs.
  • Instruction guide and mixing tips
  • Recipe book with 67 recipes
  • 4.5 quart stainless steel bowl
  • Mixing base machine with motor

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What we like:

  • 10 speed motor with 275 watts
  • Head tilts for easy removing of attachments
  • 4.5 quart bowl is large enough to make 2 loaf of bread
  • 3 handy accessories: beater, wire whip and dough hook
  • Recipe books to give you ideas and suggestion
  • 1 year warranty
  • Single attachment rotates two ways, at axis and at edge of bowl, double rotating motion
  • Dough hook makes easier for any level cook to make pizza, bagel, bread and more
  • Some customers are happy user for 30 or more years
  • Reasonable pricing

Things to consider:

  • Heavy machine, not suitable for moving around
  • Bowls can get stuck in base machine
  • This mixer is not suitable for large and everyday dough making
  • Beaters do not reach bottom of bowl, may need to get scraper blade
  • Don’t overload machine with larger task and heavy use


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The other two attachments are the paddle and the whisk. The paddle is the all-purpose “workhorse” beater, and works extremely well for creaming sugar and butter together, mixing cookie dough or cake batter, or any other general-purpose mixing job. With the orbital motion, it comes right up to the edge of the bowl, so it is effectively scraping as it goes. The whisk is great for egg whites and making whipped cream. I’m sure it’s good for something else, but that’s what I’ve used it for.

As for capacity, the 4.5 quart model is suitable for pretty much any “normal” home recipes. It’s a “standard mixer”. It will easily knead enough dough at once for two loaves of bread, or mix a double-batch of cookies.

As for downsides: this thing is HEAVY. You won’t be moving it once it’s in place. If you knead very stiff dough, the bowl sometimes will get tightened to the extent that it is very difficult to remove from the base. It’s OK if you remember to leave it a little loose beforehand, but I always forget and I end up wrestling with the machine to twist it out. The metal trim band on the mixer right above the bowl has come a little loose on my model- the machine got a bit hot after some heavy kneading, and I think some adhesive got soft. It’s held in place well by something else, but sometimes it will slip when I’m wiping the machine off. It’s purely cosmetic from what I can tell, and it’s the only thing that feels cheap in any way about this machine. Other than that, I honestly haven’t had a single complaint.

In summary: this is an expensive mixer, but it is very well worth it. Even novice cooks will find it’s use enjoyable, and it will inspire you to explore new things that you probably didn’t do before because of the time and effort involved.

How much does this mixer sells for and where to get the best price?

In general all mixers are running over $200 and upwards. This Kitchenaid model is well under $200 at Amazon and Cooking.com.

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