10 Delicious recipes to try with your KitchenAid Stand Mixer

Baking has never been quite as innovative and easy as now with the latest kitchen gadgets out there. One of my absolute favourite and must-have appliances for any budding baker is definitely the KitchenAid Stand Mixer.

Not only does it make for an eye-catching addition to any modern kitchen, the KitchenAid Stand Mixer comes in 25 yummy, funky colours, has 10 speeds, and 12 clever and easy-to-use accessories to make anything from cake batter, ice cream to your own pasta dough.


Along with all the fun accessories, there are multiple beaters available for the KitchenAid Stand Mixer that allow you to mix, knead, whisk and whip to your heart’s content. You can also choose from a variety of bowls in either stainless steel or clear, frosted or hammered glass to match your Mixer and personal style.


The KitchenAid Stand Mixer retails for anything between R7,999.00 and R10,999.00, but with so many versatile functions, purchasing one is well worth it!

Already enjoying your KitchenAid Stand Mixer? I’ve found some delicious recipes online that you can try out with your appliance…

  1. Wafflemisu Cake


Who doesn’t love waffles right? All the better if it stacked into a delicious, creamy cake! Try this mouth-watering recipe by Lindsay Landis (Love and Olive Oil) made from ladyfinger batter, mascarpone cheese, brewed espresso and chocolate. The KitchenAid® Waffle Baker can also come in handy here, but otherwise any other waffle maker along with your Stand Mixer will do the trick.

  1. Fettuccine Alla Carbonara


A great feature of the KitchenAid Stand Mixer is that you can use it to make your own pasta. Fettuccine, tagliatelle, macaroni, lasagne, ravioli… With the right accessory, it is easy to make perfect pasta! The KitchenAid Stand Mixer attachments and accessories include a Pasta Roller to knead and flatten dough, a Cutter Set to cut strips and noodles, and a Pasta Drying Rack.

Learn how to make your own Fettuccine with this easy recipe and your Mixer, and top it off with a creamy Carbonara sauce made from egg, bacon and cheese.

  1. Feather Light Sponge


This is a gluten-free take on a much-loved classic, the sponge. Your Mixer will be put to proper use in this recipe to create a light and delicious batter and a creamy frosting. Decorate with toppings of your choice, but different berries will go lovely with it and be a feast for the eye.

  1. Mediterranean Muffins


Make a mouth-watering on-the-go snack or light lunch for you and your family with 3 different cheeses (Zucchini, Parmesan, Feta), sundried tomatoes and nutmeg. Use your KitchenAid Stand Mixer to easily grate the cheese by simply attaching the slicer shredder along with the shredding drum.

  1. Nutty Vanilla Nougat


Use your Mixer to make your own delicious, creamy nougat from pistachios, honey and vanilla. This recipe makes one 20 cm square which can be cut into smaller pieces. A perfect sweet treat for afternoon tea or parties.

  1. Gourmet Pizza


Rather than ordering pizza on Friday night, make your own! With a KitchenAid Stand Mixer you can make a delicious crisp base, and the convenient slicer/shredder attachment allows you to easily slice and dice your favourite toppings.

  1. Chocolate on chocolate cupcakes


Everyone loves a yummy cupcake! Even better when they’re double chocolate… Use potato flour to make delicious chocolate cupcakes with incredible texture and flavour. This double chocolate recipe is easy to do with your Mixer and will leave everyone asking for more…

  1. Ginger and Macadamia Praline ice cream


Plan your summer treats so long… Ice cream always goes down well with the kids and adults alike, and with a KitchenAid, you can make your own easily. I’ve discovered this wonderful Ginger and Macadamia Praline recipe that you should definitely try out.

  1. Soy, barley and linseed bread


Make your own homemade bread with your Mixer and the flat beater attachment. This moist and textured soy, barley and linseed loaf will take a bit of time (about an hour and a half), but it will be well worth it. This recipe also requires whole buckwheat kernels. Serve with butter and delicious preserves.

  1. Lavender Shortbread Cookies


What is better than the smell of freshly baked cookies? Now infuse that with the aromatic flavour of Lavender… Have a go at this lovely recipe with your Stand Mixer, and blend your sugar and lavender with the KitchenAid Food Processor fitted with the blade attachment. Any other food processor/grinding device will also do the trick. These cookies will make a beautiful gift or be the perfect addition at afternoon tea with the ladies.


Don’t have a KitchenAid Stand Mixer yet and seriously want to get your hands on one? Browse Junk Mail for a more affordable KitchenAid for sale and get your bake on. We also have a range of other bargain kitchen appliances for sale on our site, so be sure to visit www.JunkMail.co.za soon!

Liezl Grobler

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  1. Thanks for the wonderful ideas on how we can easily make delicious recipies with this mixer. It is a very useful tool for baking our favorites!

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