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Handy Deal On KitchenAid

Serious cooks agree: KitchenAid stand mixers are exceptional. Not only are they handsome sitting on the countertop, they’re also sturdy and efficient at what they do. More than that, they’ve been known to last longer than even stunningly prolific home bakers. It’s a difficult combination to beat.

But what to do if you haven’t got the counterspace or the cash? What if you only use a mixer once in a very blue moon and were raised with a hand-held? Does that mean you’re forever barred from the wonders of KitchenAid?

No, it most emphatically does not mean any such thing! Why? Because KitchenAid now brings their understanding of mixing technology and strong sense of beautiful design to a hand-held model at a fraction of the price of their famous stand mixers.

KitchenAid Hand Mixer The cheerful pastel and retro look of these mixers will make them fun to look at, while the legendary KitchenAid construction guarantees that you’ll be able to mix whatever you need for years.

Lightweight for easy handling, this mixer features nine different speeds, including the ‘start slow’ feature, which is handy for making sure your flour stays in the bowl and not on your floor! Comes standard with both beater and whisk attachments. The beaters and whisks are dishwasher safe, while the hand unit is best wiped clean. Just choose whether you want orange, yellow, or green and get to work making cupcakes, cookies, and whipped cream to your heart’s content.

Oh, and did I mention it’s on sale? Head on over to Sur La Table and get this baby at a bargain. The regular price is $89.95, but right now you can get it for just $69.99 while limited supplies last!

2 Responses to “Handy Deal On KitchenAid”

  1. Mr. Henry July 28, 2008 at 8:27 am #

    Despite its alluring design, the Henry household opted out of getting the KithenAid standing mixer. The hand-held model performs brilliantly, cleans up easily, and tucks away in a drawer.

    How many times a month do you use a mixer, anyway? Unless you bake every day or two, the standing mixer, like the panini press, is an unwise use of counter-top space.

  2. Twistie July 28, 2008 at 9:21 am #

    My thoughts precisely, Mr. Henry!

    For my purposes, the stand mixer is perfect. I bake quite a bit, and sometimes in very large batches…and I had the good fortune to be gifted with a KitchenAid stand mixer by my father shortly after my marriage. But if I baked only rarely or exclusively in small batches, this is the mixer I’d probably want.