The KitchenAid Artisan mini mixer combines the good looks and power of the the 250-watt KitchenAid Classic mixer with a significantly smaller footprint. The KitchenAid mini takes up 30% less space than the larger mixers and, at just 18 pounds, is 28% lighter than the popular Classic stand mixer. The smaller size makes it an ideal choice for home chefs with limited kitchen space, or for an RV or a smaller apartment, or even as an awesome gift for kids as they head off to college. The smaller size of the KitchenAid mini mixer means it can travel more easily if you want to bake at the cabin over the weekend, or at your parents' house during the holidays.
This small KitchenAid mixer features a 3.5-quart bowl for blending your recipes, suitable for making a batch of five dozen cookies at once, as opposed to the larger KitchenAid Artisan mixer, which has a 6-quart bowl and can make nine dozen cookies in one batch. Like both the full-size Classic and Artisan mixers, the KitchenAid mini stand mixer has a tilt-head design that makes it easy to add ingredients, 10 speeds for stirring to fast whipping, and a power hub for mulitple KitchenAid attachments, turning the mixer into a culinary center in your kitchen.
Streamline Your Kitchen with the KitchenAid Artisan Mini
The KitchenAid Artisan mini accommodates many accessories beyond the three included attachments: a flat beater, a dough hook and a six-wire whip. Because the attachments enable your KitchenAid Artisan mini mixer to do so much more than just mixing, you may be able to eliminate other small appliances and streamline your kitchen. For instance, the KitchenAid food processor attachment can handle your slicing, shredding and julienning needs. You may no longer need your current juicer or blender when you have the KitchenAid juicer attachment, which first slices, then processes soft, hard or leafy fruits and vegetables to make juices, jams and sauces. And the KitchenAid slicer/shredder attachment lets you slice and shred a wide variety of fruits, veggies and cheeses, fine or coarse. You can also add other attachments for grinding meat and food, milling grain, rolling pasta, stuffing ravioli or sausage, and spiralizing fresh vegetables.