The 10 Best kitchen mixers
From a good all-rounder to the kitchen equivalent of a power drill, these mixers will have you blending, whipping, chopping and slicing like a pro...
Thursday 24 October 2013
The kitchen equivalent of a power drill, boasting a 6.7-litre bowl, four power outlets, and more than 20 optional attachments.
With a 10-speed motor and a 4.8-litre stainless-steel bowl, this should tackle all your culinary requirements from cake mixes to cream.
A mini-me of a food processor that is useful for singles or small families – and compact spaces conducive to city lifestyles.
This bargain buy has a 300W motor, six mixing speeds, and a 3.5-litre mixing bowl, plus a wire whisk, beaters, spatula and dough hooks.
The techy Kinetix blade system crushes, chops and aerates your mix while the shatterproof 1.5-litre jug is made from Triton – the material used in aircraft windows.
This is compact and powerful and has a seven-speed motor, removable splashguard, funnel attachment, and 4.7-litre mixing bowl.
A versatile little number with a 500W motor and 5-litre bowl. It also boasts a special fold function that leaves no unstirred pockets.
A good all-rounder that juices, blends, whips, chops and slices, in addition to mixing heavy-duty dough up to 2.7kg.
A super-cheap mixer that comes with all the usual attachments, offers a 2-litre capacity, 10 variable speeds, and a push-button beater ejection.
If you're a fan of the toasters, you'll love the brand's foray into food mixing, complete with a 1,000W motor, instant pause, count-up/-down timer, and a recipe book.
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