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Compare KitchenAid stand mixers

Artisan Mini stand mixers

• 3.5-qt. bowl
• Tilt head design
• 250W motor
• Over ten compatible attachments

Classic stand mixer

• 4.5-qt. bowl
• Tilt-head design
• 275W motor
• Over ten compatible attachments

Artisan series stand mixer

• 5-qt. bowl
• Tilt-head design
• 325W motor
• Over ten compatible attachments

Professional 500 series stand mixer

• 5-qt. bowl
• Tilt-head design
• 450W motor
• Over ten compatible attachments

Professional 600 series stand mixer

• 6-qt. bowl
• Bowl-lift design
• 575W motor
• Over ten compatible attachments

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Buying a KitchenAid Mixer: Professional 600

The KitchenAid Pro 600: What You Should Know

The KitchenAid Professional 600 is a real workhorse mixer, ideal for home chefs who make large quantities of bread, potatoes, meat, pasta, desserts, ice cream and more. The KitchenAid Pro 600 has a 6-qt. bowl and a 575-watt motor, larger than the 4.5-quart bowl and 275-watt motor in the popular KitchenAid Classic mixer, and also larger than the 5-qt. bowl and 325-watt motor in the KitchenAid Pro 500. The efficient motor in the KitchenAid 600 features a direct drive transmission for power and all-metal gears for durability.

The KitchenAid mixer 600 is ideal for heavy, dense mixtures, with its stable bowl-lift design, ten speeds, and 67-point beater-to-bowl planetary blending action that mixes evenly. The KitchenAid 6-qt. mixer bowl can handle recipes that use up to 14 cups of flour; for instance, 13 dozen cookies or 8.5 loaves of bread in a single batch. Plus, the KitchenAid 600 has both an auto shutoff feature and a soft-start feature that starts the mixer at a lower speed to help keep the ingredients contained in the bowl.

Consider where you'll be using the KitchenAid 600 series mixer and measure the space where you plan to store it. Since this mixer is 16.5" high and weighs around 32 pounds you should measure to ensure it will fit on your cabinet or pantry shelf.

Getting the Most Out of Your KitchenAid Professional 600

The versatile KitchenAid mixer, Professional 600 model, could very well become the culinary center of your kitchen. When you invest in a few KitchenAid attachments that connect to the power hub of the KitchenAid mixer Pro 600, new cooking and baking opportunities arise. The mixer comes with three essential attachments: a coated flat beater, a coated Powerknead spiral dough hook, and a stainless steel 6-wire whip. Plus, you get a dual-purpose pouring shield to easily add ingredients and help prevent spills.

There are over a dozen additional attachments you can connect to your KitchenAid 6-quart mixer to aid in creating new dishes. For example, the KitchenAid meat grinder attachment can grind meat to make your own burgers or crumble dried bread, vegetables, cheeses and fruit. Pasta fans love the KitchenAid pasta attachment set with stainless steel rollers and fettuccine and spaghetti cutters to make a variety of pasta dishes. Dessert lovers will appreciate the two quarts of gelato, sorbet or ice cream they can make with the KitchenAid ice cream maker. The KitchenAid 600 also accommodates the KitchenAid precise heat mixing bowl that provides the regulated heat (70°F–220°F) you need to create delights like tempered chocolate, fondue, sauces and soups, yogurt, even caramel apples.