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KitchenAid Classic Plus 4.5-qt. Stand Mixer

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Works outstanding Our old Sunbeam MixMaster was 52 years old and began overheating ... What happenend to Quality? That is Quality. Many of the current recipes call for paddles and dough hooks so Kitchen Aid is the ONLY mfr that makes that. I broke down and bought this model since it fits our needs and wasn't a bank breaker. First thing out of the box I made a Red Velvet cake that was OUTSTANDING. Second thing was cookies then meatloaf...ummy. For the professional cook or gourmet cook you might want to get the bigger professional model but for home use this one is just fine and the cost was unbeatable. 12/16/2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by What a pleasure! I have been using a portable mixer since my stand mixer broke years ago. What a pleasure it is to use the Kitchenaid. I make gluten free bread which rises up on the hand mixer to cover the blades and makes a mess. The Kitchenaid handles that dough beautifully. It also does a great job mixing butter and sugar for cookies. I have never used a dough hook; what a pleasant surprise to have it knead my dough for cinnamon rolls instead of breaking my arms for 10 minutes. The mixer is very easy to use with the helpful instructions. I am also happy that it is USA made. 12/12/2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by This product isn't powerful enough for biscotti. I have an older refurbished Kitchenaid with a 5 qt bowl. I thought it was time to purchase a newer model (with a tilt head), since my older one seems to run out of power (thought maybe the parts were wearing out) when I'm making biscotti. This mixer is 25 watts less and it couldn't mix the biscotti dough either. On top of that, it has a 4.5 qt bowl. I didn't think that would be a problem, but its amazing how much that half qt was needed! It also had a hard time getting the edges and bottom mixed well. I had to return it to get a more powerful mixer. My older model has been fine for regular cookie dough and cake mixes. 11/11/2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Replaced our 27-year-old KitchenAid Mixer The Kitchenaid Stand Mixer we purchased in 1987 gave out a year ago and we purchased a Kitchenaid Hand Mixer to replace it. It is good mixer but we missed having the big stand mixer. My husband has Celiac Disease so we do a lot of cooking and baking and I was used to just "throwing everything in" and telling the Mixer to do it's job. I could not do that with the hand mixer so we purchased a new Kitchenaid Stand Mixer and I love it. It's basically like the old one but the 'action' seems smoother and besides . . . it's new! 12/10/2014
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