Day 11 of 12 Days of Christmas: KitchenAid

Please note: Entry open Australia wide. One entry per person

Happy Wednesday to you all!

Only 2 more reviews to go and this I know is the one EVERYONE wants!  The KitchenAid KSM150 Artisan Stand Mixer.

Product Details

The KSM150 Artisan Stand Mixer is made to perform and built to last. The beater, dough hook or wire whisk rotate around the bowl, giving incredible coverage for fast and complete mixing. Baking is just the beginning; the attachment hub can transform this beloved device into so much more than a mixer. It’s a pasta maker, food grinder, vegetable slicer, food processor, juicer, sausage maker and ice-cream maker and more.


Wattage – Energy efficient 300 watt motor

Height – 35.3cm

Width – 22.1cm

Depth – 35.8cm

Net Weight – 10.6kg

Speed Selections – 10 speeds

Mixing Action – Planetary

Transmission – Direct drive

Construction – Full metal construction

Bowl Size – 4.8L

Mixing Capacity – Yeast dough up to a mixed weight of 1.15kg (2 x 450g loaves)

Tilt Head – Yes

Warranty – Full 5 years parts and labour against manufacturer’s faults for household use.

Standard Inclusions – Flat beater, stainless steel wire whisk, dough hook, 4.8L polished stainless steel bowl with handle and pouring shield.

Available in 10 colours, Empire Red, Almond Cream, White, Onyx Black, Cobalt Blue, Pink, Boysenberry,  Green Apple, Espresso and Contour Silver

Product RRP $829


I have wondered  for a very long time what a KitchenAid was like to use so this was the perfect opportunity for me to try before I buy. When the loan machine landed on my doorstep I was so excited. I opened ready to give it a go and pow there was the actual colour I want for my own kitchen The Pistachio. Oh I love her and want to keep her forever and ever!



With Christmas on our doorstep and having recently completed the cookie decorating course I thought id take this opportunity to recreate Julia’s aka Miss Biscuit’s amazing gingerbread for the family on Christmas Day.

Ingredients out and all set to go.

With my current stand mixer the bowl rotates so it’s easy to scrape down the sides as its mixing. I didn’t realise the Kitchenaid was stationary so I was a little uncoordinated with scraping the creamed butter and sugar but in saying that it’s just what you are used too. Im sure I would, hang on I know I would get used to it! I loved how quiet it was and how quickly the ingredients came together and was fascinated watching the planetary motion of the mixing. No doubt this is why everything mixed together so perfect.

If any of you make gingerbread you would think why is she using the whisk attachment. My bad! I didn’t ask until well after the fact what others used and I should have used the dough hook.  It makes sense really, given I was making a dough. Im so used to the mixer I have offering limited options this one went right over my head.

I did proceed to finish my gingerbread dough with it all stuck in the whisk but I pushed it all out with a spaulta, gave it a knead and popped it in the fridge for later to roll and cut with my daughter.
I look forward to using the flat beater to make some royal icing for these cookies as I do know this is the correct attachment having watched Miss Biscuit use it on hers and her icing came out just perfect.
The verdict on the KitchenAid ‘I can definitely see what the hype is about. The KitchenAid is not only beautiful and a centrepiece for any kitchen it performs to perfection. It was so easy to use and cleaned up in a jiffy. The quality is first class and I believe a must have investment for all bakers. I have put it on my list for Santa!


KitchenAid is giving one lucky reader their very own KitchenAid Stand Mixer (KSM150)! All you have to do is answer one simple question.



PS For those of you who read yesterdays blog review the Chocolate Ripple Caramello Cheesecake was amazing! Everyone asked for the recipe. Success!



**Did you miss any previous days of our 12 Days of Christmas giveaway? No worries! You can enter all days up until 24th Dec. So find the links below!**

 12 Days of Christmas Day 1: Delicake

 12 Days of Christmas Day 2: The Timber Cake Box Company 

 12 Days of Christmas Day 3: Maggie Beer

 12 Days of Christmas Day 4: Nestle

 12 Days of Christmas Day 5: BOXD

 12 Days of Christmas Day 6: Sandra Dillon Designs

12 Days of Christmas Day 7: Agbay Products

12 Days of Christmas Day 8: Queen Fine Foods & Dr Oetker Australia

12 Days of Christmas Day 9: Savour Chocolate & Patisserie School

12 Days of Christmas Day 10: Magimix

 (Please note, Winner will be drawn 24th December and notified via email and announced on the ACDN Facebook page)


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