Kitchenaid stand mixer vs

Kitchenaid Stand Mixer vs. Kitchenaid Hand Mixer

When deciding on a mixer you have to consider space and usage. A Kitchenaid stand mixer takes up more room than the hand mixer. Depending on your cooking style you may find you need a stand mixer, a hand mixer, or both. The two are not interchangeable, meaning their strengths are not the same.

Benefits of a Stand Mixer
Stand mixers are great for larger jobs. If you want to make bread dough, several dozen cookies, big pots of mashed potatoes, or homemade icing, then you will need the power and convenience of a stand mixer.

Stand mixers allow you to walk away. Some recipes call for you to beat an ingredient for several minutes. Not only can you do other things while it is mixing, your arm won’t get tired either.

The Kitchenaid stand mixer also has a variety of attachments adding to its versatility. Since the motor is strong, the attachments are just as strong giving you powerful juicers, grinders, ice cream makers and more.

Benefits of a Hand Mixer
The hand mixer is more portable. If you want to whip up some potatoes in a pan, then the hand mixer is for you.

It also works well for small recipes, store bought cake mixes, whipping egg whites, or anything else that takes just a few minutes.

If you do a large amount of holiday cooking or prepare home made meals twice a month, then you will want a stand mixer. It is best used if you can leave it on the counter, so if you have room a stand mixer is the right choice.

If you only cook for 1 or 2 people, then a hand mixer will probably suit you best. Hand mixers are easily stored away and can be retrieved as needed.

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