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Kitchen Mixers

Knead no more with the help of these kitchen mixers. These mixers handle a diverse assortment of tasks, preventing wasted time or energy so that you can multitask or just relax for a while. Free Shipping.*

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Get ready, get set, get baking. The right mixer makes kitchen activities like baking, mixing, preparing batter and making salsa infinitely easier. Kitchen mixers are available in several types: stand, immersion and hand-held. Once you've started researching kitchen appliances, you'll find that a mixer is a must-have for the well-stocked kitchen.
Motor wattage is the way to gauge the power of the mixer you're considering. High-end stand mixers have motors of up to 575 watts, while a 250-watt motor should be sufficient on a hand-held version. A 250-watt mixer can be expected to maintain power and consistent speed while mixing most batters.
Stand mixers are what most people picture when they think of kitchen mixers. They're so versatile they can be used for everything from making dough to beating eggs. Certain brands of mixers come with attachments or offer them as aftermarket upgrades; with the right accessories you can use your mixer to whisk up fresh whipped cream for waffles, stuff sausage, make homemade pasta and even knead bread dough. Some stand mixers are available in many fun colors, so even though it'll take up some of your valuable counter space, it can do it while matching your kitchen decor.
Hand-held mixers are like the little brother of stand mixers; they're smaller and less powerful but can be more versatile because of their small size. Hand-held mixers typically have two beaters for maximum stirring potential. A hand-held mixer has the advantage of being able to be used with a variety of bowls, but by the same token, hand-held mixers don't attach to a bowl like stand mixers, so you have to be careful to hold the bowl in place while you do your beating.
Immersion mixers, also known as stick mixers, are a hybrid between a true mixer and a blender. As the name suggests, an immersion mixer can be submerged in whatever it is you're mixing. Similar to a hand-held mixer in size, the immersion mixer has the blades of a blender rather than the beaters of a mixer. Ideal for salsa, an immersion mixer can chop things rather just mixing them together.
Once you've got the mixer you want, you'll be on the hunt for mixer accessories. Things like splatter guards for stand mixers help prevent a mess when you add flour all at once and a dough hook attachment can make dough that much silkier . A spatula attachment on a hand-held mixer will make sure you get all the ingredients that might otherwise stick to the sides of the bowl. You can find them all at, and with our great low prices you can afford the perfect mixer and the attachments you'll use most.

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