Looking for the best KitchenAid mixer recipes? I have you covered!
So, you finally have your very own KitchenAid mixer. You even got it in your favorite color. Congratulations!
Now, let’s put that handy gadget to use, shall we?
Whether you just ordered one or finally convinced your mom to pass hers down to you, having a KitchenAid mixer is a true gift.
This essential, versatile gadget is every baker’s best friend!
With a KitchenAid mixer, you’ll be able to knead dough with ease. You can also beat any batter AND wash the dishes at the same time!
But that’s not all it’s capable of. From cakes and frosting to guacamole and dips, here are 20 recipes you can make with the indispensable KitchenAid mixer.
Artisan Bread, Pizza Dough, and More!
While it’s a lot more convenient to buy from the local bakery, nothing beats the taste of freshly baked homemade bread. The smell is magical, too!
Have you always wanted to make your own bread but find all that manual kneading such a hassle?
Well, that’s exactly what the KitchenAid mixer is for. Just pour all the ingredients into the bowl and let the mixer do its thing.
Everyone should have a recipe for chocolate chip cookies in their back pocket.
If you don’t have one yet, well, I highly recommend this one!
This recipe yields thick, chunky chocolate chip cookies! They’re soft, chewy, and studded with chocolate chips.
They have everything you can ever ask for in a cookie.
The kicker? The recipe couldn’t be any easier, especially with the help of your KitchenAid mixer.
If you’ve never heard of whipped shortbread cookies, you’re in for a treat!
These holiday-worthy treats are as stunning as they are drool-worthy.
These heavenly delights are ridiculously soft and crumbly. They’re similar to butter cookies but are less sweet and more delicate.
Don’t be surprised to find yourself snacking on these for hours!
They’re gorgeous and delicious either as-is or when glammed up with sprinkles, jam, and other toppings.
To some, baking bread may not seem like a big deal. But I’ll bet serious bakers would beg to disagree.
I was ecstatic when I was finally able to do it!
If you’re like me, this recipe is for you. White bread may be basic, but the ability to bake it yourself is a huge accomplishment.
And with the KitchenAid mixer, you can make all your bread-making dreams come true.
Mashing potatoes is easy. You can do it even with just a fork! What if you’re making it for a crowd, though?
That’s where the KitchenAid mixer comes in. Just pop those boiled potatoes into the bowl, and it’ll do the job for you.
Not only will it mash the spuds in no time, but will also make them nice and fluffy!
Now that you have a KitchenAid mixer, consider retiring those ready-made, store-bought pizza crusts.
It’s time to level up your pizza game and make your own crust!
You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make.
Again, the mixer will do all the work, so there’s really not much effort needed from you.
As long as you stick to this recipe, you’ll get a perfect pizza crust that’s 10 times better than store-bought.
Chocolate and bananas combine to make this outrageously soft, moist, and tasty banana bread.
Time to impress your family and friends with your mad baking skills! Don’t worry, you don’t actually have to be an expert to get it done.
In fact, your involvement will only take 5 minutes. Of course, we don’t have to tell them that.
Oh, and by the way, this recipe is gluten-free, which means everyone gets to enjoy your baking.
We all know the KitchenAid mixer can make cookies, cakes, and crusts, but pasta dough? Could it be more versatile?
Many would argue that fresh pasta is best made using a pasta machine, but I say the KitchenAid does the job better.
When using a pasta machine, you’ll need to do some cranking.
Since the KitchenAid mixer is mechanized, there’s no need for any of that! It’s easier, more convenient, and yields great results.
This chocolate cake is insanely rich, moist, and fudgy! The smooth and velvety chocolate ganache is the perfect frosting, too.
If you don’t have a recipe for chocolate cake yet, you’ll definitely need to bookmark this one.
Why buy guacamole when you can make it your home? Store-bought guacamole is meh, not to mention, more expensive than homemade.
This creamy and chunky guac is as fresh and tasty as can be.
And with the KitchenAid mixer, you can easily mash as many avocados as you want.
In just 15 minutes, you’ll have delicious guac for days!
11. Coffee Cake
This coffee cake is as moist and buttery as can be.
It also has a layer of cinnamon sugar, a crumb topping, and a sweet glaze to boot.
Imagine starting your day with a hot cup of coffee and a slice or two of this cake!
Just in case you had the same assumption as I did, though, take note that this cake doesn’t contain coffee at all.
Coffee cakes are called such because they’re best paired with coffee. You learn something new every day!
This classic dip is more than just a dip. Loaded with shredded chicken, cream cheese, blue cheese, mozzarella cheese, it’s almost a complete meal!
Seriously, I won’t mind eating spoonfuls of this rich, cheesy, and spicy dip by itself. It’s already a party on its own!
First of all, how pretty is this cake? Its pink hue alone got me sold.
From the look to the fluffiness to the refreshing strawberry flavor, I knew there was no way I was only eating one slice.
The whipped cream on top is also a winner. Be sure to use freshly whipped cream, though! It makes a huge difference.
If you’ve never done it before, don’t worry, your KitchenAid will take care of everything for you.
14. KitchenAid Rolls
The thought of soft and fluffy dinner rolls smothered in lots of butter makes my mouth water.
If you love rolls as much as I do, time to make it at home.
Regular bread recipes require hours of dough-resting. That’s what makes this one extra special.
With this recipe, your delicious dinner rolls will be ready in just an hour.
If it’s your first time making bread, there’s no need to panic. With the help of KitchenAid, you can do anything.
15. Whipping Cream
Many dessert recipes call for the fluffy goodness of whipping cream. If you’ve always relied on store-bought whipping cream, listen up.
Making whipping cream is actually pretty easy, as long as you have the right tool.
With the KitchenAid mixer, you’ll get perfectly whipped cream with barely any participation and in no time!
Kougine-Amann is a French cake made of layers of crisp pastry, sugar, and butter.
It’s a stunning dessert with a unique flavor and texture. You can always trust the French to make the most delightful treats!
So if you’re looking for something new to serve at your next gathering, Kougin-Amann is the recipe for you.
Buttercream frosting is the go-to frosting for most cakes.
And why shouldn’t it be? It’s light, sweet, creamy – everything you can want in a frosting.
There are many types of buttercream frosting, and while they’re all amazing, I find that American buttercream is the best for decorating.
It’s easily pipeable and very stable. With American buttercream, you can pipe and decorate your cake as you please.
I never thought I’d be able to make my own brioche. When I was finally able to, I couldn’t believe it! I was elated, to say the least.
AIt’s all thanks to this recipe… and, of course, my KitchenAid mixer.
This recipe creates such a soft, pillowy, and buttery brioche. It was so good, it didn’t last a day.
19. Potato Rolls
Potato rolls are just like dinner rolls, but they stay soft and fluffy for days. Not that they’ll last long, anyway.
I had no idea adding potatoes to dough would make such a huge difference.
I tested the buns, and it’s true, they did stay soft even days after I made them.
20. Pao de Queijo
Pão de queijo is a Brazilian cheese bread made with tapioca flour and cheese.
Served warm, these buns are super crunchy on the outside and chewy, gooey, and cheesy on the inside. They’re perfect in every way!
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