Stand Mixers


£249.99
Kenwood Chef KM336

The Kenwood Classic Chef KM336 is a high quality and classic mixer that can handle any task you can throw at it. Included accessories aren't a major bonus, but unit itself is solid and reliable.

£90.68
Morphy Richards 400004

The Morphy Richards Stand Mixer is a good looking product and light enough to be relocated. Not suitable for anything that will require it to be on for more than five minutes as the motor needs time to cool.

£N/A
Kenwood Prospero KM283

This is an extremely high quality product that can be used for all your household mixing tasks. Small yet powerful, the Kenwood Prospero KM283 is very cost efficient and easy to store.

£349.00
KitchenAid K45SS Classic

The KitchenAid K45SS mixer will transform whatever you bake and give you years of stress free desserts. If you don't need a coloured mixer, this is the one for you.



Versatile, strong, reliable - a stand mixer will help you with almost any recipe. We've got all kinds of brands here at Revooly including Kitchen Aid, (the George Clooney of stand mixers) Kenwood (the Denzel Washington) and Morphy Richards (dare I say the Tom Cruise?) There's something to suit everyone.

What can you do with a stand mixer?

Ask anyone who bakes - stand mixers are a necessity. Who wants to stand "whipping the butter and sugar until light and fluffy" (required in anything with butter and sugar in it) with a wooden spoon in their hand? Sure, it's authentic, old school and it builds muscles, but - in this day and age, you just don't need to.

You might be wondering why you'd want a stand mixer, when you could get a hand mixer for a cheaper price, and you could keep it in a drawer rather than on the bench, taking up valuable counter space. Here's why you would go for a mixer.

- Much stronger beating power
- The bigger mixers can hold and mix a large amount of dough without missing bits
- You don't have to be standing there holding it the whole time

Some things don't require a heavy duty mixer, (like pancakes, for example, or beans on toast...) but if you're making cakes, biscuits, bread or desserts, a stand mixer is a must.

Things you Need to Consider

- Bench space: you should make sure you have enough space for your mixer, (and that the chosen location is well within access to power!)
- Colour and finish: let's be honest, we like to colour co-ordinate our kitchens.
- Capacity: how much will your stand mixer need to hold?
- Speed: You may want a slow start mixer - that way it doesn't take off too quickly and cover you with flour.

What are the Different Attachments?

- Wire Whip: for whipping or beating ingredients (for meringues, or cream for example).
- Dough Hook: for kneading bread (you definitely don't want to do this by hand).
- Beater: for mixing other kinds of dough, like cake batter, biscuits or other delicious things.

Other Nice Features

- Locking tilt head: helps you access the bowl better.
- Overload protection: the consequences of putting too much in the bowl can be disastrous.
- Timer: just leave it to mix itself with no worries about under/over mixing.
- All metal construction: much more durable.



Model

Weight (kg)

Capacity (litres)

Power (watts)

Rating

Price

Kenwood Chef KM336

4.5

4.6

800

£249.99

Kenwood Prospero KM283

4.5

4.3

900

£N/A

KitchenAid K45SS Classic

11.45

4.28

250

£349.00

Morphy Richards 400004

7

5

800

£90.68


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