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Mom’s Mixer Gets an Upgrade

Aug 26, 2015 04:12PM ● By Dia
Memories of mixing cookie batter with your mom’s KitchenAid hand mixer may often surface when it comes time to make that batch of cookies for your daughter’s school party. Or per- haps you can remember licking the cake batter off the mixing arms that popped out for easy cleaning. But leave the memories to Kodak and bring your baking needs to KitchenAid, which has seriously upgraded the mixing experience.

A great addition to any home chef’s kitchen, the KitchenAid Pro Line Series 7-Qt Bowl Lift Stand Mixer is the stuff baking dreams are made of. That is if you dream of effortless mixing and worry-free whipping. Not into cakes or pastries? Maybe you are the purveyor of pasta pressing or have grandeur thoughts of grinding grains. Whatever the case may be, this mixer does it all.

This is the largest capacity residential stand mixer KitchenAid makes, and you can be sure it will be put to good use in any and every possible baker’s way. With a 16-cup flour capacity, no cake job is too big for the seven-quart bowl. Need to whip up 14 dozen cookies? This mixer holds mixes and kneads enough dough to do just that.

Its 1.3 horsepower, high-efficiency DC motor is designed to run longer, delivering optimum torque with less heat build-up. However, this doesn’t trans- late to the power of the mixer in your bowl. No bat- ter will be flying around your kitchen. Instead, the horsepower output of the mixer is 0.44, which is the high end of the 10 speeds available. And with all- steel gears and all-metal construction, the Pro Line Series 7-Qt Bowl Lift Stand Mixer is one of the sturdi- est residential mixers KitchenAid produces.

Whether you choose onyx black, candy apple red or medallion silver, this is one kitchen appliance all home chefs should have adorning their countertops. 


Price: $700 Weight: 32 pounds

Accessories sold separately