SSince its launch, the KitchenAid blender has remained at the top of every baker’s wish list.
KitchenAid’s iconic food blender is said to have gotten its name in 1918 when prototype models were given to the wives of factory managers in Ohio, who declared it the best “kitchen helper” they ever had. ever had.
KitchenAid mixers saw such demand that by the late 1930s the factory sold out completely every Christmas as impatient bakers rushed to get their hands on it. It has a sturdy exterior, a pleasantly retro design, and can be used for everything from cake dough to bread dough (the KitchenAid is a great bread mixer too).
But, nearly a century after their debut, are KitchenAid blenders still the best on the market – or are there better models on offer? Is Kenwood better than KitchenAid?
And whether you’re on a budget or willing to spend a little more, what are the most important things to look for in a stand mixer?
To help you decide which appliance to invest in for your kitchen, we’ve reviewed some of the best stand mixers on the market.
1. KitchenAid Artisan Food Mixer
£ 329, Currys
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This notice was published: 2019-09-24 17:34:20