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6. KitchenAid Pro Line Burr Coffee
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7. KitchenAid KTA-KPWB100PM Pro Line
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9. KitchenAid FPPA Mixer Attachment
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10. KitchenAid K45SS Classic 250-Watt
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11. KitchenAid KICA0WH Ice Cream Maker
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12. KitchenAid KHM9PWH 9-Speed Professional
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13. KitchenAid KFP740WH Food Processor,
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17. KitchenAid KHM5DH 5-Speed Ultra
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18. KitchenAid KTA-KPCM100PM Pro Line
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20. KitchenAid KPRA Pasta Roller Attachment

1. KitchenAid K45WSSWH Classic Series 4-1/2-Quart Stand Mixer with Spatula, White
list price: $249.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B00093DLNG
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 1
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Amazon.com Review

KitchenAid's stand mixer is a substantial piece of equipment: 250 watts of mixing power make child's play of creaming butter, kneading dough, and whipping cream. The kid in you will appreciate how quick and easy it is to mix up a batch of cookie dough; the 4-1/2-quart bowl can hold up to 8 cups of flour, which translates into as many as 192 sweet treats.

This model comes with three attachments: 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; and a hook for mixing and kneading yeast doughs. All three are solid in construction and easily secured to the beater shaft with a simple twist; untwisting them is a bit trickier because the attachment stems are short and can be hard to grasp, especially if they get the least bit greasy. The bowl itself locks tight to the base.

Standing 14 inches high, jutting out a foot, and weighing more than a grown woman's bowling ball, this stand mixer isn't the sort of appliance you'll wipe down and put away. Better to find a square foot of free counter space for easy access; besides, this machine is as pretty as it is rugged--you'll want to show it off.

To complete the package, KitchenAid includes a bonus spatula and a spiral-bound guide with instructions, mixing tips, and 67 recipes, from crispy waffles to a caramel walnut banana torte. --Betsy Danheim ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 13-8/9 by 8-2/3 by 14 inches; 1-year warranty
  • 250-watt, 10-speed mixer with tilt-up head
  • 4-1/2-quart bowl holds dough for 2 loaves of bread
  • 3 handy accessories: flat beater, wire whip, and dough hook
  • Includes bonus spatula and guide with instructions, mixing tips, and 67 recipes

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Asin: B0006N900C
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Asin: B000291D0K
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Asin: B00068OU9S
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Asin: B00025BZES
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (18)

3-0 out of 5 stars I prefer the tilt head model
I bought this mixer to replace my KitchenAid Ultra Power because it was a smoking deal on Amazon.

Here's what I don't like:
1. The struggle to snap the bowl in place.
2. Because of #1, I have to keep adjusting the screw so the paddle/dough hook, whip meet correctly.
3. One ruined paddle that is missing its nylon coating.

Upside:
1.Customer service is nice.I called to complain about the paddle, and they sent me a new one, free, along with instructions on how to properly adjust the mixer.
2.I can make double batches of frosting.

Here's how you adjust that screw to prevent the nylon coating from coming off your paddle and dough hook:
1.Put a dime in the bottom of the bowl.
2.Use the paddle and turn the mixer on.
3.Adjust the screw.
4.If the dime moves about 3/4" each time the paddle goes by, then your mixer is properly adjusted.

2-0 out of 5 stars Paint came off after 3 uses
I have the feeling that this is a refurbished mixer.The paint on the flat beater came off after 3rd time.I was only making cookies when I realized the paint has come off.The paint on the bottom of the mixer where the bowl sits also came off.Then we read the manual that you have to adjusted the "beater to bowl clearance".Why wasn't this pre-adjusted by the manufacture.My husband was trying to get the screw off to adjust this but couldn't.Now I am thinking returning this because paint might come off again on the beater or anywhere else on this mixer.This model was not advertised as a refurbished model when we bought it.But I think it might be because it was showing in Amazon as an used one at one point, now it's not again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ancient work horse
I have to say that after 18 years of near constant use, this mixer is like an old friend.

It has consistantly made large loads of bread 2-3 times aweek for 18 years before it started acting up. It also has been used for just about everything else, as we have almost every contraption that goes with it!

In the 18th year the motor brushes needed to be replaced, which was done by a local repair shop. Now about a year later it is starting to make a lot of noise. I took it apart and could not find what the source of trouble was. When I got it all back together, the noise stopped for a few weeks, but now is back again, prompting me to look around to see if there is something better . . . I am tempted by the larger motor series mixers, but would like to keep my current mixers bowls and beaters . . .

As for the other reviewers who seem to be trashing this mixer . . . I simply do not see their complaints as being a problem. This has been a great workhorse for our busy kitchen for far longer than anything else that see's nearly half it's use.

I am still looking for the next mixer, but for 99% of the users, this machine is more than enough I'm certain.

2-0 out of 5 stars Put me in the not satisfied category....
This thing is the worst of both worlds.It has all the hassles of an industrial mixer without the power.

First of all, the bowl itself goes up and down instead of having a swivel head, so unless you put all the ingredients in at once, it is a pain to add ingredients.I guess removing the bowl is an option, but then you need to remove the mixing blade.Then it starts with a pretty strong kick (even when set on 1), so there is usually flour everywhere.On top of all this it really doesn't have a strong motor.I did less than a double batch of chocolate chip cookies with it, and once all the ingredients were in, it wouldn't go past speed 1.Finally, it comes with very little, and all the add ons are pretty pricey.

My advise: either buy a swivel head model, or get one of the professional models with a real strong motor (450+ watts).

1-0 out of 5 stars easy lift handle does not work veyr good...
I have purchased 3 of these mixers in the last couple of years. While I like the power they have, I would never buy another. the so called easy lift handle is prone to breakage. On all three mixers, after a couple of months, the handle is so hard to use (bowl won't budge) that I have given up on these mixers. I would suggest getting the kitchenaid with the pivoting head. ... Read more


6. KitchenAid Pro Line Burr Coffee Grinder, Pearl Metallic
list price: $299.99
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B00030IEJG
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 889
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Features

  • Measures 12 by 13-1/2 by 6 inches; 2-year, hassle-free replacement warranty
  • Coffee grinder with quiet DC motor and durable die-cast metal housing
  • Adjustable stainless-steel cutting burrs for 15 different grind sizes; compact design
  • 7-ounce glass bean hopper and coffee bin; low RPM operation preserves coffee flavor
  • Dishwasher-safe bean hopper, hopper lid, and coffee bin; burr cleaning brush included

7. KitchenAid KTA-KPWB100PM Pro Line Waffle Baker, Pearl Metallic
list price: $349.99
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B00030IELE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 2964
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Features

  • Measures 10-1/2 by 16-2/7 by 9-2/7 inches; 2-year replacement warranty
  • Waffle baker produces 2 gourmet-quality Belgian waffles in less than 5 minutes
  • Stainless-steel and die-cast metal construction; non-stick waffle plates; simple controls
  • Double-sided, clamshell-baking unit rotates for superb consistency; "over bake" indicator
  • Cool Reach design; auto shutoff; constant baking temperature; digital countdown timer

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Asin: B0006395QQ
Catlog: Kitchen
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars For the price, this is DA BOMB
We went with the white/"meringue" mixer (would have preferred light green "jadite", but such is not available). Works great! Now granted, as with any piece of machinery--including your car--you must learn the in's and out's. Before purchasing, I printed out all the reviews you see here and the product description, and studied all this information. Then after purchasing, I read the product manual. You owe it to yourself to do the same -- after all, you're plunking down several hundred dollars. The main thing to carry away from the reviews here is to go easy with the high gluten flour.

This is a reliable machine. Do not try to scrimp and go with a lower powered model, such as the 525 watt. I think you will regret it. I also don't recommend getting refurbs or used. Just drop the three sixty-nine (current price), minus the twenty-five dollar discount. It's worth it, if you are cooking for more than one person.

I considered this and the 1000 watt, 7 quart Viking, which was considerably more expensive, and went with this because it's so much cheaper and has rather good reviews. Viking seems to be an over-priced brand in general which tries to appeal to price snobs rather than offering real value. I also did not like the fact that you do not see many Viking products in stores; which leads one to think about what happens if the Viking needs repair or replacement parts; hmmmm... Also, the Viking just does not offer neat attachments such as an ice cream maker.

Yeah, I suggest also purchasing the ice cream maker attachment for another fifty bucks or so. We have had a lot of fun crafting unusual flavors like green tea and ginger.

3-0 out of 5 stars Over rated, but still the best option
I got my kitchenaid 600 mixer from amazon. After it arrived, I prepared a sourdough recipe that called for 8 cups of flour, the mixer bogged down and quit. I have prepared the same recipe 4 more times, each time the mixer quits. I thought this behavior was abnormal, but after a bit of online snooping, it turns out that many people experience similar problems when working with thicker doughs.

Kitchenaid clains it can handle 14 cups of all purpose flour, it simply cannot, in fact, i would set the maximum at about 10 cups for a less dense dough, and at 7 or 8 for thicker breads.

Ultimately, this is the best mixer available to the home baker in this price range, as much sturdier commerial grade models in this size ( 6 quarts) begin at about $1500. However, don't expext to use it to make thick bread or pizza doughs in large quantities, it simply isn't up to the task. It will do most of the work, but some hand kneading is still required.

Despite it's all steel gears and automatic shutoff feature, it seems that the motor and drive mechanisms are underbuilt and prone to failure if overloaded. On the upside, if your mixer happens to malfunction within a year of purchase (mine did after 2 weeks), Kitchenaid has great customer support and will replace the unit.

In short, it is a great mixer, but doesn't live up to the manufacture's promises.

4-0 out of 5 stars Mean Machine
This is a monster. The (semi) professional 600 Kitchen-aid comes with a cover over the bowl. I don't use it, it's flimsy and not handy. But without this cover on the bowl I have to warn you: Don't put your hand in the bowl while the machine is working, it will be torn off!So powerful is this Kitchen-aid.
That was the bad news. Goodies are that this thing will make your live a lot easier. Fast, strong, quick, easy handle etc. And the boeing 747-sound it makes when you put it on full throttle..... Sounds like music to me.

5-0 out of 5 stars Makes everything easy
I have had the mixer for about a week now and I absolutley love it it mixes anything you want with no hesitation.I mixed 2lbs of hamburger and a lb of sausage for a meatloaf recipe and it didnt bog down a bit.I recomend this mixer.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's amazing!!!!!!!
I bought this item because I do alot of baking and I love it! It's very easy to use and very heavy duty. The only thing to remember when you receive this item is that it snaps down in 3 areas the sides and you have to push it down in the back too. It was worth every cent. ... Read more


9. KitchenAid FPPA Mixer Attachment Pack for Stand Mixers
list price: $179.99
our price: $109.99
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Asin: B00004SGFM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 104
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This assortment of attachments makes your KitchenAid stand mixer as flexible as a Swiss army knife. You get the food grinder, the slicer and shredder, and the fruit and vegetable strainer. Pull out the first and you're grinding meat, breadcrumbs, and more; the second churns out sliced vegetables for potato chips, coleslaw, and the like, or shredded potatoes for hash browns; and the third has you whipping up apple butter in a snap. Each has its own instruction booklet, with tips and recipes. An excellent gift set for your favorite stand-mixer fan. --Betsy Danheim ... Read more

Features

  • Most parts are dishwasher-safe
  • Includes food grinder, slicer and shredder, and fruit and vegetable strainer
  • Grinder has fine and coarse grinding blades
  • Two slicing and two shredding cones included
  • Can be used with any KitchenAid stand mixer

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must for every kitchen!
I recently purchased these attachments, but this week I really put them to the test. Fresh fruits and vegetables are in season and in the past 2 days I made cherry jam with the fruit & vegetable strainer the next day I made 4 qts of zucchini & cucumber relish. What used to take me hours with a food processor, now took no time at all. Now I need to get rid of that food processor!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not a good accessory for this excellent mixer
I purchased this set about 2 years ago. The shredders work OK, but it is easier and less mess to chop them by hand. Much of the produce gets caught between the housing and the shredder. It's difficult getting uniform cuts. The piece that is poorly designed is the meat grinder. I'm on my second grinder. Both the feeder shaft and the housing are constructed of a plastic molding on metal. Over a relatively short amount of use, they both began to crack apart at the unions. This of course is not good, being they are used on meat and it makes it almost impossible to clean. I would recommend going for a good sharp knife and a seperate all metal meat grinder (which I am now looking for).

4-0 out of 5 stars A long-term owner
I bought this attachment pack just after buying my KitchenAid, in the early 80's. I've used it for all manner of things, but mostly for grinding meat for hamburger, which it does easily and well, and for putting up sauces from garden produce. That it does well but it's a little tricky to make sure the refuse from the end of the strainer attachment does not fall into the bowl of sauce. I've set up a measuring cup on top of another item to put it at the right height, and that worked, but it is a bit clunky. The other thing I've had to work out is that I'm only 5'4" and the mixer is tall. It needs to stand on my sturdy counter to do grinding, and I need to stand on one of the dining chairs to feed things into it at the appropriate rate. These user issues are why I've given the attachments 4 stars, not 5. Otherwise, they are good, and have seen a lot of use over the years, especially in canning season.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice addition, a little bit cumbersome
I use this with my Kitchenaid Epicurean and really enjoy it. Used it to grind our own beef and pork for meatloaf and shredded plenty of cheese for mac and cheese. The motor provides plenty of power to grind and shred through just about anything, and the shredding/grinding blades seem to keep their edge quite nicely.

There are a lot of bits to keep track of though, and some of them can be a little difficult to clean properly. I also wish the hopper for the grinder attachment was a little bit bigger.

It's not going to replace my food processor, but when I have a large volume of stuff to do, or for things my food processor's motor just can't handle, this certainly does the trick.

4-0 out of 5 stars Does this mixer set cut the mustard? Well, sort of
I have a KitchenAid and I must say, they are as good as their high reputation. I bought the mixer mainly to make bread, but what makes it even better are the accessories. These convert the stand mixer/dough maker into a vegetable processor, grinder and sausage maker. There is also a grain grinder that really works quite well. Here are the pros and cons of this set, as I see it:

Pros:
You get a decent meat grinder with two blades, coarse and fine. This means you can make ground turkey with no additives, ground chicken without added fat, or fresh ground beef. You can also grind meat for sausage (about which, later.)

You get a slicer similar to those hand-turned cone types that make cole slaw or waffled carrot slices.

Cons:
The sausage nozzle for filling the casings is not included. This is, in my opinion, really dumb. It's just a couple of pieces of molded plastic. For heaven's sake, include it.

The slicer is a bit clunky. If you don't put the bowl to catch the shreds just right, you get slaw all over. And sometimes it is hard to get the cone off the flanges of the connecting pin that fits into the mixer attachment point. But screwing it into the mixer and grabbing with a rubber mat usually works for me.

I prefer a mandoline, a food processor or even a big board and a really sharp chef's knife to the slicer, but it does save on counter space. So, this is a good thing to have as an addition to your KitchenAid if you do any kind of prep cooking, such as canning, salads, baby foods, venison processing, or sausages. It's very good quality plastic and metal, though the cone blade finish seems a bit crude to me. I can recommend it, with the reservations I mentioned. ... Read more


10. KitchenAid K45SS Classic 250-Watt 4-1/2-Quart Stand Mixer, White
list price: $239.99
our price: $163.99
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Asin: B00004SGFW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 151
Average Customer Review: 4.39 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

KitchenAid's stand mixer is a substantial piece of equipment: 250 watts of mixing power make child's play of creaming butter, kneading dough, and whipping cream. The kid in you will appreciate how quick and easy it is to mix up a batch of cookie dough; the 4-1/2-quart bowl can hold up to 8 cups of flour, which translates into as many as 192 sweet treats.

This model comes with three attachments: 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; and a hook for mixing and kneading yeast doughs. All three are solid in construction and easily secured to the beater shaft with a simple twist; untwisting them is a bit trickier because the attachment stems are short and can be hard to grasp, especially if they get the least bit greasy. The bowl itself locks tight to the base.

Standing 14 inches high, jutting out a foot, and weighing more than a grown woman's bowling ball, this stand mixer isn't the sort of appliance you'll wipe down and put away. Better to find a square foot of free counter space for easy access; besides, this machine is as pretty as it is rugged--you'll want to show it off.

To complete the package, KitchenAid includes a spiral-bound guide with instructions, mixing tips, and 67 recipes, from crispy waffles to a caramel walnut banana torte. --Betsy Danheim ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 13-8/9 by 8-2/3 by 14 inches; 1-year warranty
  • 250-watt, 10-speed mixer with tilt-up head
  • 4-1/2-quart bowl holds dough for 2 loaves of bread
  • Three handy accessories: flat beater, wire whip, and dough hook
  • Includes a guide with instructions, mixing tips, and 67 recipes

Reviews (71)

5-0 out of 5 stars Does a lot, does it well
This mixer is the version of KitchenAid that lifts the head away to remove the beaters. The bowl sits on a round stand on the base. (Some larger units have a lift to move the bowl under the beaters.) At 250 watts and 4 1/2 quarts, in white, this is a mixer that fits most people's needs.

What this mixer does particularly well is tp prepare bread dough, using a dough hook that slaps the dough around the bowl, stretching it and beating it in an effective kneading motion. But if you are a cookie baker, this makes short work of the creaming stage where butter or other solid fat and sugar must be mixed together. The wire beater makes short work of eggwhites or whipping cream. Just remember to keep the bowl and beater free of any grease or oil when you do the egg whites.

In a way, the KitchenAid is a good substitute for a bread machine, doing everything but the unattended kneading, knock-down and loaf baking stages, which are pretty easy. I tend to make bread more in the KitchenAid than in the breadmaker because I prefer the freedom to make a round loaf, a braided loaf, rolls or heavier dough than a machine can handle. And for making cookie dough for Christmas or parties, this is a must. Five stars for this mixer.

5-0 out of 5 stars A mixer that is absolutely unbeatable
I'm one of those lucky people who has a kitchen full of top-quality appliances because I love to cook. Over almost 50 years of preparing meals and catering parties for family and friends, I've worn out several mixers. When the last one gave out I decided to try the Kitchenaid. After all, the brand had produced a dishwasher that I loved and the mixer certainly seemed sturdy enough.

Actually "sturdy" is an understatement; this is the most rugged, most solid mixer I've ever owned. It attacks the heaviest ingredients with efficient dispatch and never "walks" on the counter. On the other hand, it can be gentle with more fragile ingredients and processes. Its versatility is amazing.

The machine itself is no lightweight -- too heavy to move around much so it really needs to be easily accessible on top of a counter. Fortunately it's attractive enough to keep in full view!

There's a locking mechanism that attaches the bowl firmly to the base so it won't move when you turn the motor on. The three mixing attachments lock in place with a slight twist and are easy to remove. The paddle attachment is great for mixing cake and cookie batters, whipping potatoes, and blending any combination of ingredients. The wire whip incorporates air into egg whites or other blends with an impressive efficiency and the hook makes quick work of yeast doughs. It's easy to shift the speed lever even when the machine is operating so the cook has complete control of the process.

If you love to cook and you have a limited budget you can't go wrong if you splurge on this mixer. This machine is a winner.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I have had this appliance for a few years now and it is still going strong. This was such a great "KITCHEN AID" in the kitchen. I would recommend this product to everyone. This is worth the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars buy the right kitchenaid
Have never heard a bad word about Kitchenaid stand mixers until I read one here from someone using the smallest mixer for big chores. In the last two years I have purchased a total of 14 Kitchenaid mixers, from the classic to the 6 quart professional model...all on sale. They were purchased for gifts for my daughters, church members, choir director and friends. I bought 7 Classic models, 4 Heavy Duty models 2 Artisans and the 6 quart professional for myself. I have not received one negative comment. When you purchase a Kitchenaid, do not purchase it by bowl size...you must purchase it based on the motor size for the jobs you do. If you are constantly mixing bread and double batches of very heavy dough, you should purchase a mixer with a heavy duty motor. This information is found on the Kitchenaid website. The company clearly tells you what each mixer is capable of doing. I know women who have had these mixers since they were brides 25 years or more ago...they are still up and running. They are an investment like good knives and heavy cookware...no real cook should be without one, but should be smart enough to buy the right one. I only wish I had one when I started baking 43 years ago, maybe I wouldn't have tendonitis from mixing all those cookies by hand with a wooden spoon!!! They are worth every penny.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you don't have one, GET ONE!!!
I always looked at the price of these mixers and just thought that it wouldn't be worth it, well, I put it on my bridal registry and lucky me, I got it for one of my showers. This thing can do anything. I haven't ever had so much fun baking in my life. I love making bread, but i didn't do it as often because of all the mixing and hard work. The mixer does all of the work, the dough hook is so awesome. I've tried many other things with it too, like mixing salad dressings, waffles, pancakes, cookies, it will work for anything. They are a little expensive, but they are totally totally totally worth it. Any cook must have!! ... Read more


11. KitchenAid KICA0WH Ice Cream Maker Attachment
list price: $99.99
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0002IES80
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 83
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Features

  • Measures 10-8/9 by 10-2/7 by 10-2/7 inches; 1-year hassle-free replacement warranty
  • Stylish attachment converts any KitchenAid stand mixer into an ice cream maker
  • Creates up to 2 quarts of ice cream, frozen yogurt, or sorbet in about 25 minutes
  • Powered by stand mixer; pour in batter and dasher and freeze bowl do the work
  • Dishwasher-safe dasher, drive assembly, and adapter ring; handwash freeze bowl

12. KitchenAid KHM9PWH 9-Speed Professional Hand Mixer, White
list price: $89.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004SGF1
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 352
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Professional chefs have long sung the praises of the KitchenAid stand mixer. Now, KitchenAid has designed a product specifically for the home baker with this nine-speed hand mixer. Its digital display shows the selected speed, providing precision control, while an electronic sensor works with the powerful yet lightweight motor to maintain that speed in any mixture, heavy to light. Designed with nonclogging air vents, the mixer is easy to clean because smooth, sleek surfaces have no seams or grooves that trap ingredients. The mixer comes with traditional beaters, a pro whisk attachment for fluffier mixes, and a one-year warranty. --Linda Dahlstrom ... Read more

Features

  • Wipes off for easy cleaning
  • Nine digital speeds, 7-1/2 inches long by 6-1/2 inches high
  • Pro whisk attachment increases air for fluffier mixtures
  • Comfort-designed handle; heel rest won't tip when set on end
  • Powerful lightweight motor designed for quiet, lifelong operation

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars worth the extra $
If you are considering a hand-mixer for your kitchen, this mixer really is the one. It is so powerful, yet so light and takes up little space. Really, I was able to do 3 batches of cookie dough at once with this mixer and it didn't bog down. You could really replace the stand mixer on your wish list with this 9-speed mixer and a couple of good mixing bowls that don't slip. Getting replacement or extra accessories is really easy - you can get them from Kitchen-Aid or a reseller. I got an immersion blender attachment, so I was able to stretch my mixer's use even more. So spend the extra money on this guy instead of getting a less expensive hand mixer AND a stand mixer AND an immersion blender.

5-0 out of 5 stars Oh my...I am in love!!!
One word folks...KITCHENAID! I am a Kitchenaid junkie and this hand mixer lives up to the name! I picked it because it has 9 speeds and I am glad I did. It is nice to go up gradually when I want to kick it up into high gear to avoid getting splatters. I have mixed many batches of egg whites and I can honestly say that each time this mixer performed like a champ! Even though it is a little expensive compared to other models, it is WELL worth the price!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome mixer!
My 35 year old Sunbeam stand mixer needed to be replaced. I thought about getting a stand KitchenAid Artisan, but those are rather expensive, and I would need to get a hand mixer in addition to that. So I thought I'd try this 9 speed hand mixer and see if I still needed to get the big Artisan. This one works great, and does everything I need it to. This turns out to be the only mixer I need! I have used it for cakes, beating eggs, mashed potatoes, and much more. And the price is GREAT--I checked around a lot, and this is by far the best price I found.

5-0 out of 5 stars Betty
Excellent mixer. My six year old grandaughter really likes the slow speed because it is easier for her to hold the mixer and the bowel. It does a great job on everything I have tried. The one thing that would make it better would be dough hooks included in the package.

5-0 out of 5 stars worth the money
This is a great mixer, and definitely a step up from even other KitchenAid mixers. My previous model was KitchenAid's 5 Speed model, and while it lasted me a long and faithful time, it was a bit down on power, and the speed transitions between the different settings were not smooth. This 9-speed is almost as powerful as the new and popular immersion blenders (or boat-motors, as Emeril would say), but the smooth electronic transitioning between 9 different speeds gives the user a great deal of control which will prevent you from over-beating stuff.KitchenAid's patented beaters remain the best around in terms of maximum air incorporation into eggs or batter that you are working on. The electronic speed control is a flat and integrated switch, the whole surface of the mixer with the exception of the ejection nob is now one smooth unit that makes it extremely easy to clean. The mixer is not super light, but not annoyingly heavy, either, so you won't tire out on those longer 8-10 minute mixing steps that some cakes require ... Read more


13. KitchenAid KFP740WH Food Processor, White
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0002MH3LK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 5818
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Features

  • Cleaning Tool/Easy to Clean design: Special shaped spatula/cleaning tool helps facilitate food removal from bowls and blades. The food processor base wipes clean easily, and the bowls, blades and discs are dishwasher-safe.
  • 9-cup work bowl offers ample capacity for most food processing jobs.
  • Exclusive 4-Cup Mini bowl and stainless steel mini blade deliver mini-chopper convenience. Perfect for small jobs like chopping herbs, nuts and onions; and mincing garlic, or making baby food.
  • Slicing & Shredding Discs: Precision stainless steel discs handle a variety of slicing and shredding jobs. Food processor includes fine (2mm) slicing disc and medium (4mm) shredding disc.
  • Powerful Motor/Sealed Housing: motor supplies more than 1/2 horsepower, enough to easily handle the most demanding tasks. The sealed housing has no seams or crevices to trap ingredients.

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Asin: B00068OT0I
Catlog: Kitchen
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Asin: B00023JKII
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16. Kitchenaid Professional 5 Plus KV25GOXGR 5-Quart Bowl Lift Stand Mixer - PARENT

Asin: B0001ILY88
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
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17. KitchenAid KHM5DH 5-Speed Ultra Power Hand Mixer, White
list price: $64.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00004SGF0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 75
Average Customer Review: 4.19 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Professional chefs have long sung the praises of the KitchenAid stand mixer. Now, KitchenAid has designed a product specifically for the home baker with this five-speed hand mixer. Very portable, this mixer allows you to roam the kitchen and mix at will. Its powerful yet lightweight motor maintains consistent beater speed even in heavy mixtures and won't bog down. The mixer comes with traditional beaters and also dough hooks for raised yeast doughs--simply change attachments to mix heavy bread doughs and delicate whites all with the same machine. Designed with nonclogging air vents, the mixer is easy to clean because smooth, sleek surfaces have no seams or grooves that trap ingredients. This mixer also comes with a one-year warranty. --Linda Dahlstrom ... Read more

Features

  • Wipes off for easy cleaning
  • Five speeds, 7-1/2 inches long by 6-1/2 inches high
  • Dough hook attachments knead raised yeast dough quickly and thoroughly
  • Comfort-designed handle; heel rest won't tip when set on end
  • Powerful lightweight motor designed for quiet, lifelong operation

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars Powerful mixer and QUIET too!
I love to bake, and so when I registered for wedding gifts, I saw an ideal opportunity to own a quality mixer (as opposed to the many cheap versions I've used in the past). I liked the basic appearance and features of this KitchenAid version, and after reading reviews of it here, I added it to our registry. This little mixer is tough and makes baking a breeze. The beaters appear delicate, but despite being lightweight, they can handle heavy dough without having the batter stick. The best thing about this mixer is the noise level--I have NEVER heard a mixer that is this quiet, making it pleasant to use even at the highest speed. This is an excellent quality mixer at a reasonable price, and it should be able to meet all of your baking needs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product!
Wow, I can't believe how great this mixer is. I bought it mainly to knead dough. The dough hooks worked just as well as a stand mixer that I had. They didn't hesitate at all. The mixer has a sensor inside that will compensate for the current to make sure it doesn't bog down. I kneaded on setting 4 for 2 minutes and the dough was better than when I used to do it by hand, and it was also better than with the Farberware stand mixer I had. I never got the impression that it was straining at all. It was also pretty quiet. It felt solid in my hand but not heavy enough to make it tired. It is a well-built product. The owner's manual has several recipes that look pretty good and even a few bread recipes.

I enthusiastically recommend this mixer to anyone who wants to knead dough.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great American-made mixer!
This is a great product. When I needed a new mixer, I chose this one for two reasons: (1) It is made in the USA, thus preserving jobs for American workers; and (2) It included dough hooks for mixing yeast dough. This is a quality product, and I would like to make a suggestion for those reviewers who said the beaters do not stay in. Look at the stems of your beaters or dough hooks carefully, and you will see that one is just a tiny bit wider than the other one. Insert one in the right slot first until it clicks. If it doesn't click, it is the wrong one, and you'll have to insert the other one. The remaining beater or dough hook should then click easily in the other slot. The click locks it in place. Unfortunately, Kitchenaid does not mention this in their user manual. Tonight I followed the "Basic White Bread" recipe in the manual and made a perfect loaf of bread. There was no tedious hand kneading, only a very short mixing time. It is truly amazing. I will make bread and rolls much more often, now that I have this mixer.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not impressed
We registered for this mixer on our wedding registry. I was excited to be getting a mixer that cost more than $12. I was SO disappointed by it, that I used it twice and then gave it to my mom. That thing was so slow, and had no power. I was thinking that maybe we just got a bad one, but after reading some of these other reviews, I think it's just the way this mixer is. Anyway, I replaced this Kitchenaid Mixer with a $19 Sunbeam from Target, and LOVE that one! Lesson learned: Just because it costs more, doesn't mean it's better!

3-0 out of 5 stars I want to love it, but...
I love Kitchenaid products, usually. But this mixer is more of a stirer than a mixer. It'll mix fine, and has lots of torque, but to whip anything? Forget it. You better have all day, this mixer is just geared improperly, plain and simple. Possible fix would be the add on whisks, but why should I have to buy add-ons to make this mixer perform as it should? Look for mine on the refurb rack, it's going back. ... Read more


18. KitchenAid KTA-KPCM100PM Pro Line Dual-Carafe Coffee Maker, Pearl Metallic
list price: $399.99
our price: $299.99
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Asin: B00030IEK0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 17405
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Features

  • Measures 15-3/4 by 8-1/4 by 15-1/2 inches; 2-year warranty
  • 12-cup coffee maker with "time since brew" display to determine freshness of coffee
  • Die-cast metal construction; stainless-steel 1350-watt heat pump and brew basket
  • Front-fill reservoir; full-dispersion showerhead; Quiet Finish brewing technology; auto shutoff
  • Includes 2 12-cup glass carafes and a second warming plate with adjustable temperature control

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Asin: B0006395R0
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20. KitchenAid KPRA Pasta Roller Attachment for Stand Mixers
list price: $129.99
our price: $89.87
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Asin: B00004SGFS
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: KitchenAid
Sales Rank: 87
Average Customer Review: 4.37 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If you have a passion for perfectly prepared pasta, try making your own delectable lasagna noodles, fettuccine, or linguine fini with this pasta roller set that fits all KitchenAid stand mixers. The three attachments include a pasta roller, a fettuccine cutter, and a linguine fini cutter. Just prepare pasta dough and form it into small rectangles which are then fed into one of the attachments. Out come uniform lasagna noodles, fettuccine, linguine, or angel hair pasta. The pasta can be enjoyed fresh or frozen or dried for later. Complete directions, cooking tips, and recipes are included, though cleaning the attachments can be a bit of a challenge, as they can't be washed in water, and any dried-on pasta particles must be removed with the included cleaning brush and toothpicks. --Marcie Bovetz ... Read more

Features

  • 1-year warranty; made in Italy
  • Stainless-steel set includes pasta roller, fettuccine cutter, and linguine fine cutter
  • Fit all KitchenAid stand mixers
  • Clean with included wooden cleaning brush and toothpicks
  • Attachments measure approximately 9 by 3 inches

Reviews (43)

5-0 out of 5 stars Heavy duty, easy & fun to use, great pasta!
I decided to purchase this attachment instead of the other Kitchenaid pasta attachment (plates + food grinder) because I wanted to be able to make any kind of pasta: spinach, semolina, whole wheat, egg-free etc, and not be confined to a small number of recipes that were sure to work well with the plates. It has worked like a charm. Even the egg-free spinach pasta, which was very dry and crumbly to start, came out perfect.

The widest setting on the roller works to knead/roll the dough until its pliable enough to continue. Its amazing how such flaky dough can become so evenly mixed with minimal effort. From this point, its just a few more settings until you've got angel-hair thin dough. It is important to use the cutter before the ends of your dough dry out, lest they will clog the cutter.

Pasta is my favorite food, and this contraption makes it possible to make my own healthy, delicious pasta recipes at home, quickly!

5-0 out of 5 stars An Extra Set of Hands
Ya gotta love this three piece attachment set. The roller set is truly like having an extra set of hands. It not only does the cranking for you (vs hand cranking) but you feed the dough in from the top and gravity takes over pulling it through (vs pulling it through laterally on a hand crank machine). It really is like having another person helping you prepare the pasta dough.

The cutters work very well, too. I would encourage you to run at least two batches of dough through each set of cutters and throwing away the resultant noodles before actually using the cutters in making pasta to eat. This will get out the fine metal shavings in the cutters. From then on you're good to go. Also, I invested another $15 at Amazon for a simple wooden pasta rack. Well worth the money and much more elegant than hanging your noodles over the back of a chair. Enjoy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy and fun! (And delicious, too.)
I never imagined that putting together fresh homemade pasta would be so easy, but these roller attachments are wonderful. And on top of that, they're actually fun to use -- my husband was so interested in what I was doing that he ended up joining in and helping me roll out and cut the pasta dough. If I have any complaint, it's that I was a little surprised that the supplied booklet claims you need to boil fresh pasta for six minutes. Mine is ready in two minutes at most.

Don't stress about the "no washing in water" instruction -- pasta dough is so dry and non-sticky that the brush and a toothpick should be more than sufficient to get your attachments clean. I'm also happy to report that I didn't find any metal shavings in the "throw-away" dough I made, though it's probably a good idea to run a batch of test dough through anyhow to be on the safe side.

Enjoy!

5-0 out of 5 stars I love it so far
UPS brought this heavy package 20 minutes ago. Eventhough I am female, I didn't read the instructions and I have fettucini drying as I write. I can't wait to taste it. It was so simple and fast. The 3 attachments are truly heavy duty.

I was looking for a crank type pasta maker when I stumbled accross this "attachment" option. I already own the big, expensive Kitchenaid mixer. Eventhough the attachments are more money than the "crank" things, I opted for this one and am glad that I don't have yet another "appliance" to store like that breadmaker.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastico!
I got this as a gift, and I was really impressed with the quality of it. Even though I had no particular desire to make my own pasta, this set of gadgets was so gorgeously wrought that I just had to use them. Each one of the three attachments is a seriously heavy, all-metal mechanized marvel. The quality of craftsmanship easily eclipses that of the current Kitchen-Aid mixers themselves!

To my delight, I was making superb fettuccine in no time at all. The fact that the only manual labor involved is a little bit of kneading is simply amazing. I found speed 4 was the optimal one; slower and the dough was more likely to get bubbles in it.

I had the dirt problem with the first batch, so I just ran that through about a million times and then threw it away. All the subsequent batches came out flawlessly.

The pasta I made was lighter and smoother than any pasta I have made from dried or fresh store-bought pasta. The texture was very pleasing. More variety in the cutter attachments would be nice, and I'd gladly pay for more choices. That said, even with the existing shape choices, this product is superb. ... Read more


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