Are you an avid baker? Do you have an old mixer that you’ve had form years and now its time to replace it? In this edition we will be looking at several mixers that can do the trick for you. We want to give you enough information to make a decision with. The first mixer we look at is the KitchenAid KSM150PSWH Artisan Series. This exceptional kitchen mixer has 10-speed slid control that rangers from crazy fast whip to a less aggressive and relaxed slow stir. This mixer goes for right around $320 new and features 15 optional attachments. This is a mixer for people that bake frequently and are serious about their baking. Make cookies and cakes and more with the KitchenAid KSM150PSWH. The 2nd mixer on our list is going to be the KitchenAid KP26M1XNP 6 Qt. Professional 600 Series. This mixer really sets itself apart with 10 different vivid colors and a 6-quart stainless steel bowl. It comes with a dough hook which really opens up the possibilities of what you can make. Cookies and pretzels and maybe even pizza dough. 10-speed design makes this a very powerful and professional grade mixer. This mixer can be had new for under $400.
Finding a good mixer is important. You want to be able to cook as much as you need. If you bake for more than one person, or are baking for a bake sale, you’ll want to make sure hat you have a mixer that can do the job. Another great mixer to consider is the KitchenAid KSM150PSPT Artisan Series 5Qt mixer with a pouring shield. This mixer comes in an assortment of colors that make it easy to match to your kitchen’s scheme. This comes with a 5QT stainless steel bowl and is super comfortable and well made. Durable and built for heavy duty, the KitchenAid comes with all of the attachments you could need from a mixer and is ready to churn out all the whipped and stirred food that you can need.
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