KitchenAid Is Offering Black Friday-Worthy (or Better!) Deals on Stand Mixers and Small Appliances

updated Dec 27, 2022
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Credit: Photo: Joe Lingeman; Food Styling: Amelia Rampe

Have you found yourself embarking on some scrumptious and exciting baking projects lately? I don’t know, maybe you’ve decided to try your hand at some brown butter cinnamon roll cookie sandwiches, or maybe you’ve taken it upon yourself to supply your household with fresh, homemade doughnuts. Well, if that sounds like you, you’re in good company. The truth is, even though the holidays are nearly over, you’ll still find us setting up camp in the kitchen. Just ask our family members! They’re the ones dragging us away from our floured surfaces and preheated ovens when it’s bedtime.

And, when we’ve got our aprons on, we consistently turn to KitchenAid to make what can easily become a messy process feel totally and completely under control. Between their fan-favorite stand mixer and its attachments, along with other small-but-mighty countertop appliances, we truly rely on our KitchenAid essentials for all sorts of projects — from bread baking to meal prep. Equipping your kitchen with the brand’s plethora of top-quality goods is basically like having a built-in sous chef. Luckily, you can score yourself some killer products on sale right now thanks to a sweeping end-of-year countertop appliance sale on the KitchenAid site!

Tons more of our most-relied upon appliances and add-ons are discounted, but we’ve rounded up a few favorites to get you started. Check it out below:

1 / 10
was $499.99

Think of this stand mixer bundle as a gift within a gift. Not only do you get the classic Artisan mixer in a variety of colorway choices, but it also comes with additional accessories, including two types of beaters, a dough hook, a wire whip, and a pouring shield. Plus, you’ll receive two stainless-steel bowl options (3-quart and 5-quart) perfect for small and large batches of baked goods. It doesn't get much better than that, folks!

2 / 10
was $59.99

Instead of lugging out your large food processor every night, try this lightweight mini food chopper that packs the same power in a more compact size. It's especially handy when you have limited counterspace and need to quickly chop, blend, or grind. We swear by its ability to cut down food prep time for marinades, salsas, salad dressings, and more. It’s also simple to clean: Once you're done with prep, just pop the cup, blade, and top right into the dishwasher.

3 / 10
was $129.99

This clever stand mixer upgrade will allow you to mix, knead, proof, and bake all in the same vessel. The ceramic bowl conducts heat well and has a tight-fitting lid that traps steam to help produce the ultimate crust. We also happen to love anything that makes cleanup a breeze, and this one-bowl-does-it-all design certainly checks that box. This simple, brilliant bowl is an absolute must for all you bread bakers.

4 / 10
was $449.99

This iconic KitchenAid essential can be used for so many tasks around the kitchen. The Artisan Series Mixer has a power hub compatible with more than 10 attachments (two of which you can read more about below). The 5-quart bowl has room for plenty of whatever you’re making — nine dozen cookies, four loaves of bread, or seven pounds of mashed potatoes... you name it. And, yes, it'll change the game when it comes to tackling holiday-sized feasts.

5 / 10
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, its cordless which means you can move around the kitchen — a game changer when working on festive food projects! Oh, and did we mention the thing can make up to 200 cookies before it needs a charge? Mic drop.

6 / 10
was $59.99

Meet your new favorite way to slice salad ingredients and shred fresh cheese. This handy set includes three types of blades — a slicing blade that’s ideal for veggies including carrots, cucumbers, and celery; a shredding blade for cheeses and firm vegetables that you want to finely shred; and a coarse shredding blade for chunkier pieces of potatoes, cabbage, and more. The included food pusher makes it easy and safe to process all your fresh food. Who said prep work has to be a pain?

7 / 10
was $449.99

Featuring the same capacity and speed range as the Artisan, the Professional Plus Series mixer also has an innovative bowl-lift design that allows easy access for scraping or adding ingredients. The bowl attaches securely to a lever that’s powered by a crank to lower or lock it in place, ensuring efficient bowl-to-beater contact, making it is ideal for anyone who bakes in large batches or frequently makes bread. At 44 percent off, there's really no reason not to adorn your kitchen with one of these beautiful workhorses.

8 / 10
was $99.99

An immersion blender is one of those small appliances that, once you start using, you'll wonder how you ever lived without. Perfect for blending soups and sauces, cooking with this cordless version means you won't be bound to one specific countertop. With seven different speed options and the power to blend 25 bowls of soup before needing a recharge, you'll find this tool has the same intensity and brawn as a traditional, corded hand blender.

9 / 10
was $99.99

Now this is a bowl fit for royalty! Not only do the durable, long-lasting ceramic construction and handy, curved pour spout make this attachment the gold standard, it's metallic finish and unparalleled shine will instantly imbue your kitchen with elegant flair. The bowl is freezer-, microwave-, dishwasher-, and oven-safe — meaning you can temper chocolate, freeze mousse, or rise dough worry-free.

10 / 10
was $219.99

Did you know that your KitchenAid stand mixer can not only beat, mix, and whip ingredients, but it can also make amazing homemade pasta? Let the roller put in the elbow grease for you by working pasta dough into sheets — from there, you can use one of the two cutter attachments to turn the dough into fettuccine or spaghetti. This set will be more than worth much more than the dough you spend on it after just a few at-home pasta nights, trust us.