KitchenAid Mixer – Product Review

Chef Eric Crowley reviews the KitchenAid Mixer he likes to use – we’ll post more videos on how to use all of the attachments.

KitchenAid Classic Plus KSM75 Mixer Review By Chef Eric Crowley, Chef Eric’s Culinary Classroom

Hey guys, Chef Eric here with one of my favorite pieces of equipment – my KitchenAid Classic plus – it has a 275 watt motor which is plenty of power to help with things like small batches of cookies and a small loaf of bread. One of the things that comes with it is a whip for making meringues and whipping cream, a dough hook – really great for making pizza dough which is what we are making today, and a paddle for making cake batters and things like that.

One of the things I wish it did have is a handle on the side of the bowl like some of the larger size mixers have, but that doesn’t keep me from using it. It has a really nice tilt head so I can get in there with a spatula and really scrape down the sides of the bowl.

And there it is – my KitchenAid Classic Plus quick review. You can get this and many more products at my Amazon Page:

KitchenAid’s Product Description:

The KitchenAid Classic Plus series tilt-head stand mixer with 4.5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl and 10 speeds easily mixes, kneads and whips your favorite ingredients. For even more versatility, the power hub is designed to use the motor’s power to operate optional attachments from food grinders to pasta makers and more.

Shop this and other KitchenAid Mixers here