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A STAND MIXER FOR EVERY MAKER.
You might be asking: What is the best KitchenAid® Stand Mixer? The answer is: It depends on you! KitchenAid® offers small stand mixers perfect for tight spaces, medium stand mixers great for everyday use, and large-capacity stand mixers for feeding a crowd. Let’s start with the three basic categories of Stand Mixers.
TILT-HEAD STAND MIXERS
Our smallest Stand Mixer is just as powerful as the next size up thanks to an efficient, compact motor.
- Small spaces
- 1-2 people
- Smaller batches
This iconic Stand Mixer has a medium profile and a classic design loved by Makers around the world.
- Full-sized kitchens
- Everyday cooks
This powerful Stand Mixer provides stability and support for tackling large or heavy batches all at once.
- Cooking for a crowd
- Heavy mixtures
TILT-HEAD VS BOWL-LIFT
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
The motor head easily tilts back to provide easy access to the bowl and beater. This makes adding ingredients or swapping out accessories a snap. The tilt-head models are smaller in size to fit nicely under most kitchen cabinets.
A lever smoothly lifts the bowl into position under the beater, providing extra stability when mixing large batches. The solid build also keeps it firmly on your countertop for heavy-duty ingredients and batches.
With a variety of Stand Mixer sizes and capacities,
find the one that works best for you.
There’s a Stand Mixer to fit every kitchen. 20% smaller and 25% lighter*, the Artisan Mini is ideal for kitchens lacking space. Tilt-Head models with a medium profile fit perfectly under most cabinets, while the Bowl-Lift and Pro Line can proudly be displayed in the kitchens of Makers looking to create at the next level.
*Compared to full size KitchenAid Tilt-Head Stand Mixers.
Capacities range from 3.5 quarts perfect for feeding two people, all the way up to a generous 7 quarts to help you prepare a feast. 5 quart and 6 quart capacities are ideal for a family of 4-5, or someone making multiple batches at once. KitchenAid offers a range of capacities, so you can increase your batch size by simply switching out the bowl, too.