KitchenAid Is Having a Huge Sale on Stand Mixer Attachments and Small Appliances

published Oct 19, 2021
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KitchenAid may be best known for its iconic Essentials stand mixer, but it’s built a reputation for all sorts of quality countertop appliances. They are sturdy investment pieces for kitchen prep tasks like slicing, mixing, and even toasting. So when you can snag them on sale, it’s an even better bargain knowing you’ll have and use them for years to come. And luckily, that time is now! Until October 24, you can score up to 25 percent off a variety of countertop gadgets from blenders to food processors, and yes, even attachments for that coveted mixer. Act now and thank yourself later with these top picks.

1 / 10
KitchenAid
$199.99
was $289.99

From smoothies to pureed soups, this sturdy blender is a go-to appliance. The Variable Speed Blender can blend whole foods like fruit in a mere 20 seconds, thanks to the three-part blending system. It creates a vortex with a stainless-steel blade to process from chunky to silky smooth. Whatever texture you desire, the Soft Start feature will handle it for you.

2 / 10
KitchenAid
$114.99
was $129.99

Who knew a spiralizer could do more than make zoodles? Well, Kitchenaid knew! Sure, this mixer attachment can spiral all those pasta-alternative veggies from extra fine to medium, but it can also slice, peel, and skewer. That sliced veggie platter? Done in minutes. The pain of making mashed potatoes? Gone. All thanks to one attachment.

3 / 10
KitchenAid
$149.99
was $199.99

It’s always marg season, right? Well, this Ice Crushing Blender lives up to its name and pulverizes cubes in 10 seconds. Of course, blenders are more versatile than just drink machines. With three variable speeds and a large 48-ounce capacity, you can make smoothie bowls, crushed ices for dessert, and yes, be ready for the next frosé season.

4 / 10
KitchenAid
$199.99
was $219.99

Certain fresh pasta shapes are difficult and often impossible by hand. Bucatini, fusilli, rigatoni — this mixer attachment has six quick-change disc options and a built-in wire cutter for perfectly shaped and sized pasta. And since it’s easy to clean, you’ll be churning out cacio e pepe and bolognese nonstop.

5 / 10
KitchenAid
$79.99
was $129.99

Small tasks like salsa can feel big unless you have a food processor to help. A seven-cup capacity is perfect to whir a batch of baby food or a single serving of puree. Great for small kitchens, this model comes with everything the big guys have — multi-purpose blade, dough blade, shredding and slicing disc — but in a compact size.

6 / 10
KitchenAid
$79.99
was $89.99

If you want to toast a long slice of sourdough or a thick bagel, you need the right toaster. With extra-long and -wide slots and thoughtful functions like defrost, bagel and “little longer” options, this Kitchenaid will make the kind of toast you want, no matter how light or burnt you like it. Removeable crumb tray and reheat function, too! They thought of it all.

7 / 10
KitchenAid
$89.99
was $99.99

Not all recipes require a bulky stand mixer. This seven-speed hand mixer can gently whisk dry ingredients or whip egg whites to stiff peaks without taking up so much space. Plus, it's cordless which means you can move around the kitchen and make up to 200 cookies before it needs a charge.

8 / 10
KitchenAid
$179.99
was $199.99

From pizza to pie dough, 13 cups is the perfect capacity for most standard recipes requiring a food processor. This model makes it even easier to use with a snap and go work bowl, a three-in-one feed tube, and blade and disc attachments that swap out fast. Even better, those attachments nest into the bowl for easy and compact storage when it’s not in use.

9 / 10
KitchenAid
$53.99
was $59.99

If you’ve ever grated a brick of cheese by hand, you know how much time and effort it takes. Make your mixer do the work instead with this attachment, complete with both medium and coarse shredding blades and a slicing blade. The two-in-one feeding tube will handle thick beets and thin carrots without having to switch a thing, so safely make slaw in a fraction of the time.

10 / 10
KitchenAid
$129.99
was $149.99

Pureed soup is so much easier with hand blender, especially when it’s cordless. It has a long eight-inch blending arm to keep your skin safe from splatters and can blend up to 25 bowls before needing a charge. Far from a unitasker, it also comes with whisk, chopper and blender bowl attachments to turn it into completely different appliances with a quick switch.

This post originally appeared on Kitchn. See it here: KitchenAid Is Having a Major Sale on Stand Mixer Attachments and Small Appliances