KitchenAid’s Most Popular Stand Mixer Attachments Are Finally Back in Stock (and on Sale!)

updated Feb 4, 2021
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Here’s a little-known fact: if you own a KitchenAid stand mixer, it can help you save space in your kitchen. Hear me out! Sure, the mixer itself may occupy a corner on your countertop (and, let’s be honest, it looks beautiful sitting there), but if you’re taking advantage of your mixer’s power hub, you can transform it into a culinary beast by pairing it with one of KitchenAid’s many brilliant food processing attachments. Whether you want to make pasta, homemade sausage, or zoodles, each attachment offers the functionality of a full appliance without taking up a lot of room in your cabinets or pantry.

Due to their popularity, many of the attachments are often out of stock and almost never go on sale. So when we saw that some of the bestselling options were in stock and up to 25 percent off, we wanted to be the first to tell you! We’ve rounded up six attachments below that will have you covered for a wide range of meal prep and recipe-making tasks. (Hint: fresh pasta is always a win for Valentine’s Day.) But act fast, because the limited-time sale ends soon, and there’s a good chance some of these items will sell out even before it’s over.

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KitchenAid
$169.99
was $219.99

KitchenAid refers to this handy attachment as a pasta press, and the design is similar to a pasta extruder. This means that rather than rolling your pasta dough into sheets and then cutting it into flat shapes like linguini or fettuccini, the dough gets pushed through one of six included discs to create various shapes. With this attachment, you’ll be able to make fresh spaghetti, bucatini, fusilli, rigatoni, small macaroni, and large macaroni. Extruded pasta usually has a rougher exterior texture than you might be used to, so they naturally thicken sauces. A wire at the bottom of the press lets you cut your pasta to your desired length.

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KitchenAid
$39.99
was $59.99

There is a lot you can do with a food grinder, especially since it lets little air into whatever you're preparing. In addition to making custom sausage, burgers, or other meat blends, you can use it to mill tomatoes, mash garbanzo beans, and grate parmesan cheese. KitchenAid’s grinder attachment comes with two plates (coarse and fine), so you can customize the texture of your ingredients. Plus, the grinder’s wide tray holds a generous volume of ingredients and keeps hands and fingers at a safe distance from the grinding mechanism.

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KitchenAid
$69.99
was $79.99

Rolling pasta by hand takes patience and quite a bit of elbow grease! This sheet roller does the work for you and, like manual rollers, has a dial to help you knead and press the pasta to your desired thickness as you pass it through the attachment's smooth stainless steel rollers. You can then use the sheets to make lasagna, filled pasta like ravioli or tortellini, or fun shapes like farfalle.

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KitchenAid
$69.99
was $99.99

There’s no question that KitchenAid’s fruit and vegetable spiralizer offers a lot more versatility than any standalone model we’ve seen. The adjustable attachment turns on the mixer’s power hub and includes blades for creating two sizes of spirals, two slicers with corers, a peeling blade, and a skewer to hold fruits and vegetables in place. You can make quick work of peeling and slicing apples or potatoes, or experiment with a huge variety of fresh, cooked, baked, and even dehydrated recipes with your spiralized creations. All of the blades are dishwasher safe.

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KitchenAid
$24.99
was $29.99

Take the regular fruit and vegetable spiralizer attachment above to a whole new level with this thin blade set. It creates even thinner ribbons of vegetables, fruits, and angel hair noodles that are perfect for stir fries and salads.

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KitchenAid
$119.99
was $149.99

Much like with coffee, grinding your own grains is the key to super-flavorful breads, pastries, porridges, and pastas, and it can also preserve the health benefits of nutrient-rich grains. KitchenAid’s all-metal grain mill grinds low-moisture, low-oil grains like corn, rice, oats, and wheat into flours for a wide range of applications. A dial allows you to select from 12 settings to control the consistency of your grind, from extra-fine to a hearty cracked texture.