What is the Difference Between the KitchenAid Stand Mixers?

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The KitchenAid warrants returning to it time and time again, especially if you are a top notch cook or you want the best for your family. The KitchenAid stand mixers handle everything. Whether it is kneading dough for bread, cookies or pizza to whipping up butter, whip cream, mashed potatoes or cakes, the KitchenAid stand mixers do very well in putting out what is expected of it. 1. The Artisan 5-quart stand mixer looks like a milkshake machine. The mixer head hangs over the mixing bowl, which is locked securely in place. Three mixing attachments come with this unit as well as a pouring shield. 2. The Classic 4.5 quart stand mixer allows you to lift the bowl up and down instead of the head lifting up and down. 3. The KSM150,in numerous colors,is the best selling 5-quart stand mixer. It is large enough to prepare dough for 4 loaves of bread, 9 dozen cookies or 7 pounds of mashed potatoes. 4. The KitchenAid 5-Quart Professional 5-Plus 5-Quart uses 450-watt power to mix large batches of ... more
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