Braun HM3100 Multimix 3 Hand Mixer, White - £34.99 (free C+C) @ John Lewis
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Braun HM3100 Multimix 3 Hand Mixer, White - £34.99 (free C+C) @ John Lewis

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Found 5th Sep 2017
Thought to buy one mixer to make cakes for my 2 year old son. This one turned to be a good deal for £34.99 compare to Amazon price £59.99.
Please let me know your opinions or any other good deal.

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I do not understand why people mark this cold!! please explain!
It's just too expensive for what it is I'm afraid. If you're just making a few cakes, go for a cheapo one like this argos.co.uk/pro…529 or if you want to be a bit more serious about it, go for something like this - amazon.co.uk/gp/…all as it comes with a bowl and stand, plus it's a kenwood who in my opinion make the best food mixers. Warehouse deal makes it the same price as your one too. Good luck with the cakes. Quick recipe for lemon drizzle cake - 6oz sugar, 6oz butter, 3 eggs, 7oz self raising flour, half a teaspoon of baking powder, 1 teaspoon vanilla, zest of a lemon, about 100ml milk. Oven at 160degrees (not 180 as it's nearly always too hot). Make sure you really beat that butter and sugar together first before you add the eggs and whisk a lot again so it's really fluffy. Add the flour, baking powder, vanilla and lemon zest. Mix a little. Add a little milk and whisk again. Keep adding until the mix is just thin enough to drop off a spoon. Put in a cake tin about 20cm (high sides are better for the rise). Cook for about 30-40 mins. Stab with a knife to check it's cooked. If the knife comes out clean it's ready. Make the lemon drizzle by mixing juice from a lemon and about 100grams of sugar. Stab the cake all over with knife. Pour over the drizzle over the warm cake in the tin. Cool and tada the softest most delicious lemon drizzle cake.
cameleer32 m ago

It's just too expensive for what it is I'm afraid. If you're just making a …It's just too expensive for what it is I'm afraid. If you're just making a few cakes, go for a cheapo one like this http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4219529 or if you want to be a bit more serious about it, go for something like this - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/ol/B00DY6FC3W/ref=mw_dp_olp?ie=UTF8&condition=all as it comes with a bowl and stand, plus it's a kenwood who in my opinion make the best food mixers. Warehouse deal makes it the same price as your one too. Good luck with the cakes. Quick recipe for lemon drizzle cake - 6oz sugar, 6oz butter, 3 eggs, 7oz self raising flour, half a teaspoon of baking powder, 1 teaspoon vanilla, zest of a lemon, about 100ml milk. Oven at 160degrees (not 180 as it's nearly always too hot). Make sure you really beat that butter and sugar together first before you add the eggs and whisk a lot again so it's really fluffy. Add the flour, baking powder, vanilla and lemon zest. Mix a little. Add a little milk and whisk again. Keep adding until the mix is just thin enough to drop off a spoon. Put in a cake tin about 20cm (high sides are better for the rise). Cook for about 30-40 mins. Stab with a knife to check it's cooked. If the knife comes out clean it's ready. Make the lemon drizzle by mixing juice from a lemon and about 100grams of sugar. Stab the cake all over with knife. Pour over the drizzle over the warm cake in the tin. Cool and tada the softest most delicious lemon drizzle cake.


Thank you, I will try this recipe
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