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Just bought my self a kitchenaid!

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krazipan Fri 28-Jun-13 17:11:01

What do I make with it?!smile

uggmum Tue 09-Jul-13 09:44:59

The mincer was about £50 I think. I use it regularly. Anytime I make a spag Bol, burgers etc. any meal that I would use mince.

middleagedspread Thu 04-Jul-13 21:00:15

I have a pasta roller attachment, which I love, love, love.
It's like play dough for adults.

BellaVita Sun 30-Jun-13 08:49:27

I am also in love with mine and it gets stroked too grin

krazipan Sun 30-Jun-13 08:45:31

Hehehe! Go for it awakeagain wink

Awakeagain Sun 30-Jun-13 06:41:02

Will have to have a look around
Told dh I was going to save wink for one after mat leave

krazipan Sat 29-Jun-13 17:03:00

Believe it or not the cheapest I found it was in the Harrods sale!

Awakeagain Sat 29-Jun-13 14:31:56

In the sale where
I've been lusting for ages for one

krazipan Sat 29-Jun-13 14:28:25

How much was the mincer uggmum? Do you get a lot of use from it?

uggmum Sat 29-Jun-13 08:08:38

I bought the mincer attachment and I mince all my own meat now. It's much better than shop bought mince.

Pizza dough, pancakes and buttercream come out great too.

Bramblesinforrin Sat 29-Jun-13 08:03:42

Good for mashed potato too.

ditavonteesed Sat 29-Jun-13 07:30:05

I am another stroker here, we make bread with it every day, plus baking, pizza dough, will do more when I have more time. it is used at least once a day and does not clutter up my side it raises the value of my house.

krazipan Fri 28-Jun-13 23:42:43

I've stroked my too luc and caffeine smile. It was expensive but I'm telling myself it's an investment piece! My DS loves pancakes so will have to whip some up this weekend.

Angelik Fri 28-Jun-13 20:20:06

ooh is it totally fab? dh and I stare and dribble at them whenever we see them but can't justify the purchase. also think it would get on our nerves cluttering up work surfaces (which I am constantly clearing of junk so it's not like they are super pristine) but they are too heavy to get in and out of cupboard. we keep saying we'll get one when we move. in 5 years time hmm
in the meantime happy to hear about other stuff you whizz up in your.

Wheresmycaffeinedrip Fri 28-Jun-13 20:01:56

Me too luc blush do thinks I'm nuts stroking it

WinkyWinkola Fri 28-Jun-13 20:00:49

I love the look of kitchenaids but are they purely for cake making?

lucamom Fri 28-Jun-13 19:59:42

Mine is used practically daily. I sometimes stroke it when I walk past!

LynetteScavo Fri 28-Jun-13 19:46:19


MinnesotaNice Fri 28-Jun-13 19:45:25

Chocolate chip cookies and pancake batter are always made in the Kitchenaid in this house. It works great since both recipes require a few minutes of mixing and then rest the batter in between.

krazipan Fri 28-Jun-13 19:32:50

I was so tempted by cranberry but went with chrome as it was in the sale!

ditavonteesed Fri 28-Jun-13 19:14:08

more importantly what colour?

krazipan Fri 28-Jun-13 19:12:00

Think il try a coffee and walnut cake tomorrow. Mmmmm

krazipan Fri 28-Jun-13 19:11:18

I've had it 3 hours and I've already made a loaf of bread and buns! I'm in love with it! smile

Wheresmycaffeinedrip Fri 28-Jun-13 17:59:37

Coffee and walnut cake. Mmmmm.
Lemon drizzle cake
Buttercream in a kitchen aid is the best

sonlypuppyfat Fri 28-Jun-13 17:57:46

You are my hero I am in awe!

nannycook Fri 28-Jun-13 17:56:54

Anything you want, cakes, biccies, mix up buttercream,etc etc.

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