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KitchenAid manufactures a huge range of high-end products for the home, designed for people who enjoy cooking. From wine cellars, to refrigerators, countertop appliances and cookware, there’s everything for the modern home. Customers can get a bargain on their cookware by checking in with the HotUKDeals KitchenAid page, where we list all their latest reductions. Read more
KitchenAid 5KSMSFTA Sifter and Scale attachment for Stand Mixer £79.99 @ Amazon
Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Price matching Argos - Link Quickly and easily achieve fluffy, consistent results with the revolutionary Sifter + Scale Attachment - the all-in-one baking tool that accurately m… Read more

With you, use mine for making my own sausagemeat. The only other one I use is the ice cream maker which I got free when I bought mixer. Will resist this one on the basis that most flour doesn't need sifting these days.


Very mixed, but without lumps?


By comparison I have the kitchenaid food processor and it’s completely and utterly naff


Do I need this? No. It's tempting though... The only KitchenAid attachment I have is the all-metal version of the mincer - and it is brilliant.


XD I'd like to say yes but it was completely unintentional.

KitchenAid 5KFE35T Mini Flex Edge Beater - White £16.99 (Free Store Collection - limited stock / £3.95 Delivery) @ Argos
Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Now half price. No doubt Amazon will price match at some point today. Will hopefully help someone. This Flex Edge Beater is suitable for the KitchenAid Mini Stand Mixer. The flexi… Read more

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It’s called a fork to mix and a spoon to get it out the bowl…


Always wanted one of these. Bought.


Weird flex but ok


It is a special mixer attachment that 'wipes' the mixture off the side of the bowl while mixing, so you don't have to pause and use a spatula to scrape down the part-mixed stuff that has stuck to the sides. It is particularly useful for making cakes ('creaming' the butter and sugar together).

KitchenAid Compact Dishrack with Stainless Steel Panel in Grey - £26.89 (Membership Needed) @ Costco
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
The KitchenAid Compact Dishrack with Stainless Steel Panel in Grey is designed to take up minimal counter space, but has a large enough capacity to accommodate a wide variety of it… Read more

Why expired? Plenty in-store.


Should be expired. Out of Stock.


Good one.


Yawn 🥱


£28 for a dish rack?? LOLLLLLLLLL worlds gone mad.

KITCHENAID 5KMT2115BOB 2-Slice Toaster - Black £44.98 @ Currys
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Posted 20th MarPosted 20th Mar
Make toast exactly the way you prefer in the morning, with the Kitchenaid 5KMT2115BOB 2-Slice Toaster. With seven different levels of browning, it's easy to cook your toast to perf… Read more

I do actually have this toaster and have been really pleased with it. We’ve tried several other brands over the years and now tend to buy kitchenaid for most types of kitchen appliance and have been impressed with all of them. Well made and long lasting.


It wouldn't accept KTFNDD KAT10. I could only use KTFNDD or KAT10, so can't get it for this price. What do I need to do to get it for £44.98 including delivery?


Had this toaster for nearly 2 years now. They are fantastic, especially if you eat a lot of bagels (with the bagel function). Also, yes I feel it does reflect KitchenAid quality (y)


I have another style of KA toaster which I bought in a set with the classic kettle. Mine kind of looks like the mixer. Anyway they’re bloody great pieces of kit. I’ve had both for 7+ years with no issues at all and I’d absolutely recommend to anyone if they want one. They are pricey but they’re worth it. As a side note their silicone utensils are absolutely NOT worth it. But the devices I own have all been very well made.


Just like making sure I get my moneys worth ;)

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KitchenAid Artisan Mini 3.3 Litre Stand Mixer Matte Grey 5KSM3311XBFG £299.99 at Lakeland
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Posted 7th FebPosted 7th Feb
KitchenAid Artisan Mini 3.3 Litre Stand Mixer Matte Grey 5KSM3311XBFG £299.99 at Lakeland£299.99 Free P&P FreeLakeland Deals
KitchenAid Artisan Mini 3.3 Litre Stand Mixer Matte Grey 5KSM3311XBFG

Any deals on the attachments


Don’t know if I’m just unlucky or Lakeland have some issues with delivery...I’m still waiting for my KitchenAid glass mixing bowl I ordered in December (horror) Every time I call them to chase up it’s due to arrive next week (annoyed)


These aren't easy to get ahold of at the moment and it is a good price, don't know why it's getting downvoted. 3.3L is on the smaller side, but it's perfect for the home. Not like the average person is going to use it for more than bread and cakes anyway.

KitchenAid Artisan Maximum Extraction Juicer Medallion Silver £149 at eCookshop
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Posted 17th JanPosted 17th Jan
KitchenAid Artisan Maximum Extraction Juicer Medallion Silver £149 at eCookshop£149£32955% off Free P&P FreeeCookshop Deals
Great deal from Dawsons eCoockShop. Free P&P for UK mainland. Next best price £279 discounted from £369 at KitchenAid website. The ratings for jucer varies from 2.5 to 5 stars.… Read more

Hi guys, just to let you know...I bought the Item the day I posted it. Got it via courier after 4 days. After that we (2+2) drink fresh squize juices on daily basis. Can confirm that it is a bit problematic to get it clean as you need to take it all apart (you can find video's on YouTube) But its a fake info that it cloges with carrots! We use all greens, carrots, mangos, bananas, mint, celery, oranges, lemons, paprikas...what ever and did not Has aby problems with clogging! Compared personaly to JR Juicer (£100) and kuvings and for the money...will again choose KitchenAid. Allthrough would consider now Philips vivo horizontal ;)


Please read up on in, all I'm gonna say it's slow juice extraction that doesn't create heat so it's not killing nutrition in your juice


I don’t understand the attraction of machines like this. Just put a banana in a bag and smash it with a mallet like everyone else.

Stevie_mower Thoroughly recommend this one for £50 if anyone is thinking of getting similar


Why wouldn't you just get a good blender/bullet mixer as miles cheaper and keeps all the nutrients in rather than stripping some out. You could get the ninja 3 in 1 for less which is very versatile (bought mine on here recently, very impressed so far)