How A KitchenAid Mixer Can Change Your Life

Standing in front of the refrigerator, staring into the void, I tried to decide on something to make for dinner. I really wanted some pizza.

Now, I could have just called up and ordered a pizza- I mean, they’ll even deliver so I don’t have to leave the house. But then I’d be spending extra money, and feeding my family greasy, unhealthy food made with cheap ingredients. A few months ago, that would have been my only option. But, since then I have acquired a KitchenAid mixer, and let me tell you- it has changed my life.

Okay, okay, so it’s not a life or death situation. I could survive without it. But I really prefer to have it around. Let me tell you how my pizza-making experience was improved by a KitchenAid.

KitchenAid mixers have different attachments, including a dough hook, which allows me to avoid mixing or kneading the dough by hand. All I really have to do is put the ingredients into the bowl and turn the power on. Along with reducing the strain on my hands, this frees me up to do other tasks so that I can get my dinner done faster.

After I rolled out my dough and slathered on some sauce, I came to another labor-intensive part of the pizza process: grating cheese. Except, with my KitchenAid mixer attachments, I was able to do that part with little effort too! Using my cheese grater attachment, I was able to grate an entire block of cheese (without any knicks or cuts) in just a few minutes. Again, limiting the time and effort spent.

If you like making your own sauce, there is an attachment for that too– and it eliminates the need for blanching and peeling tomatoes. (Hold the applause.) Your KitchenAid can also help you slice meat, shape pasta, make ice cream, and even grind your own grains. Home ground flour, anyone?

Whether you live to create masterpieces in the kitchen, or just want to simplify day-to-day life, a KitchenAid mixer could make all the difference for you. Order yours today.

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