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If you’ve dreamed of adding one of these powerful stand mixers to your countertop or need an impressive gift for the baker in your life, this is the time to buy. Both the Ultra Power Plus and the Artisan models use a tilt-head design, which lets you hinge back the head of the mixer to easily add ingredients.
Unlike the tilt head style, which allows for the head of the mixer to hinge back from the neck of base while the bowl fastens to the bottom, in the bowl-lift style, the bowl sits on the arms of the mixer and moves up and down with a lever. The 6-quart bowl can mix dough for 13 dozen cookies, 8 loaves of bread, or 8 pounds of mashed potatoes in a single batch.
We reviewed mixers from top brands such as Cuisinart, Hamilton Beach, and Kitchen for their ability to whip egg whites into stiff peaks, combine cookie dough, and knead loaves of bread, so all you have to do is pick the right recipe. Some of the best stand mixers from Cuisinart and Kitchen even have the option of additional attachments, which you can buy separately.
This is a tilt-head mixer, so you simply tip the head back to get to the generously large 5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl. With its powerful motor, the Kitchen Artisan muscled through 10 minutes of kneading bread dough like it was nothing at all, and the result was a smooth, shiny and precisely blended ball of dough with virtually no leftover bits sticking to the sides of the bowl.
The result was a great volume of pouf, stiff-peak egg whites that could be used to create an elegant meringue. The mixer comes with a dough hook, whisk, paddle attachment and splash guard.
On a whimsical note, you can choose from more than 40 colors (some are the same hue, but matte or shiny) to add flair to your kitchen decor. There are a few drawbacks: This does not include a timer, you get only a one-year warranty and there is no overload shut-off protection if the machine is working too hard, which could cause the motor to burn up.
(Image credit: Amazon) The Cuisinart Precision Master is the best value stand mixer For all-around value with an acceptable price tag, the Cuisinart Precision Master stand mixer is a great choice.
It did a fine job on cookie dough, incorporating all ingredients quickly and well, and when we added chocolate chips, they blended in nicely. It is equipped with 12 power settings and on the highest one you get some serious energy for aerating things like egg whites or whipping cream.
This stand mixer offers some excellent extras: The “low” setting is truly low, which helps avoid getting doused with flour when adding dry ingredients, and the 5.5-quart stainless steel bowl is the biggest of all the mixers we reviewed. You get a choice of six colors, which is great compared to mixers with only one, but far fewer than the Kitchen options.
(Image credit: Target) This is the cheapest Kitchen mixer you can buy, but it has the same great performance The Kitchen Classic Plus performed very well in all our kitchen tests, whipping up stiff egg whites, blending chocolate chips gently into cookie dough without breaking them and kneading bread dough until it reached just the right consistency.
The Outer comes with standard attachments, including a mixing paddle, a whisk and a dough hook. That being said, it's lacking in a few features which would justify a higher price, including a large-capacity bowl and locking attachments for extra security.
(Image credit: Home Depot) If you're looking for ultimate versatility, the Sunbeam Mix master 12-Speed hand and stand mixer is a great option. The Sunbeam Mix master comes with two durable glass bowls, but it's not up to more demanding tasks like kneading bread.
Home stand mixers span an exceptionally wide price range. For an appliance that gets used as often as a mixer, a higher price tag can sometimes make a remarkable difference in performance, durability and quality.
If you’re like most people, you no doubt wash your stand mixer attachments, wipe down the outside of the machine and call it a day, at least most of the time. In case you have a new stainless steel mixing bowl with residue that won’t come off with regular washing, Kitchen suggests spreading olive oil inside the bowl, letting it sit for a while, and then washing it with hot water and detergent.
You can also scrub the residue off with a mixture of lemon juice and salt or a baking soda and water paste. We also tracked down Lynnette Nielsen, bakery manager at Dick’s Fresh Market in Bountiful, Utah, who has worked as a commercial baker for almost 40 years.
Two mixers could not handle that much dough, so we kneaded half that amount and made note of it in their reviews. We awarded top grades to mixers with the smoothest and most resilient dough, and the cleanest bowl since that means everything was properly mixed.
Using the paddle attachment, we made a batch of basic cookie dough in each mixer, then added chocolate chips. Among other things, we noted whether the mixer lets you begin slowly to keep ingredients nicely in the bowl and avoid a flour shower, and whether we could incorporate chocolate chips without grinding them into sprinkles.