I’m going to tell you a secret: I don’t have a large kitchen. In fact, we’ve downsized over recent years and I’ve been left with a small kitchen without a lot of counter space. My wonderful Mother-in-Law gifted me a standard KitchenAid mixer a few years ago and it sat on the counter when I wasn’t using it. Lets just say that it took up quite a bit of my limited counter space on a daily basis. My daughter and I use the KitchenAid mixer regularly, so there really wasn’t any reason to try to find a storage place for it, but it did take up a lot of counter space.
Enter the KitchenAid Artisan Mini Mixer. It’s the perfect size for small spaces – apartments, condos, and houses with small kitchens. The KitchenAid Artisan Mini mixer has a 3.5-quart stainless steel bowl and can make up to 5 dozen cookies at a time! So far we’ve made blueberry muffins, granola, chocolate frosting, cake, and chocolate chip cookies. The kids have been very happy helping make all the goodies, but maybe they’ve enjoyed eating their treats more.
Both the KitchenAid Stand mixer and the KitchenAid Artisan Mini mixer have the tilt-head, the locking lever, and the speed selector. I tried out the stir speed and was quite impressed with how well it mixed my ingredients together. It has 10 mixing speeds and comes with a coated flat beater, dough hook, and 6-wire whip. Fits all current stand mixer attachments (excluding bowls and beaters). Everything you need to make your favorite foods!