WIN a KitchenAid Artisan Deluxe Hand Blender valued at $249 (CLOSED)

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A hand blender is one of the most used appliances in our home. So, when I received an email from Kitchenware Direct to review the KitchenAid Artisan Deluxe Hand Blender I jumped at the opportunity, because of the well-known quality of the KitchenAid brand and because my old stick blender was at the end of its useful life. Now, thanks to KitchenAid Australia you have a chance to win your very own valued at $249! 

KitchenAid Giveaway WIN an Artisan Deluxe Hand Blender

When you own the KitchenAid Artisan Deluxe Hand Blender, you’ll be looking for any excuse to blend! The benefit of the Deluxe range is the fact that you don’t just get a single appliance – you get a whole range of attachments which make the blender that much more useful in the kitchen. It combines the ability to blend, whisk, chop, whip, mince, shred and puree. It is just so versatile for making anything from small batch smoothies, soups, salsas, whipped cream and even crushed ice for your favourite cocktail or slushie, without the need for dragging your big benchtop mixer out, or crying when chopping up onion. 

The best thing about the KitchenAid brand of products is their attention to detail. The hand blender comes with a range of three stainless steel bell-blade attachments which are safer to use in hot liquids than other brands’ plastic ones. As an added benefit, the patented pan guard system which easily clips onto each attachment, prevents scratching of cookware when pureeing soups and protects blades when not in use. Perfect if you have non-stick pans! While made out of plastic, it’s BPA-free which means it can be used safely at high temperatures. The blender also provides precision by incorporating a 5 speed dial on the handle – great for when you need more precise results.

I honestly cannot live without mine (here’s proof) and having used other brands before I am completely satisfied with the quality of this particular product.

The bell-blade attachments are great for:

The BPA-free 1 litre beaker is great for making whole fruit and veg smoothies, and storing them in the fridge for easy access anytime.

The 2-cup capacity BPA-free chopper is fantastic for:

  • mincing fish for Healthy Fish Fingers and Fish Burgers
  • crushing ice for slushies and your favourite cocktails
  • making your own natural Nut Butter
  • making salsas, bruschetta-style toppings and, of course, chopping up onion
  • chopping nuts

The whisk attachment is great for:

  • whipping up small batches of whipped cream
  • fluffing up eggs for an omelette
  • blending pancake batter
  • and because it detaches and because it is metal, you can use it to whisk hot sauces, custard, etc directly in the pan!

WIN your very own KitchenAid Artisan Deluxe Hand Blender

Thanks to KitchenAid Australia you have a chance to win one of the KitchenAid Artisan Deluxe Hand Blenders valued at A$249, in your choice of colours: Almond Cream, Empire Red, Onyx Black or Stainless Steel, guaranteed to compliment any kitchen!

To enter, you MUST:  1) register your entry via the Rafflecopter form or link below; 2) leave a comment on this post telling me what you will make first using your new blender. Bonus entries can also be earned once you’ve registered.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms: Giveaway is open to readers with an Australian delivery address only and will close at 11:59pm Sydney time on Sunday, 16th June 2013. Winner will be chosen at random, announced on this post and notified by email on Monday 17th June.

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219 Responses to WIN a KitchenAid Artisan Deluxe Hand Blender valued at $249 (CLOSED)

  1. Alex says:

    I keep on meaning to make/replicate a delicious yoghurt, vanilla and maple syrup smoothie that I used to buy in Marks & Spencer, so that will be the first thing I try!

  2. I’d make a potato soup , my husband has been wanting one made for a while , but our blender went to blender heaven & I have replaced it yet .

  3. Yoshiko says:

    I’d make a creamy tomato soup with Indian spices and coconut milk.

  4. Narelle Rock says:

    I would make some sweet fresh whipped cream to go with my hot and delicious Sticky Date pudding for dessert!

  5. Eha says:

    Shivering in the suddenly cold Southern Highlands early winter I’ll be very boring! I’d make a soup! Hmmm! Methinks wonderful pumpkin soup, the great Aussie favourite – but using apples instead of potato and baking my vegetables first: just as Matt Preston taught us at Masterclass [guess whose ?] last night!

  6. Cathy says:

    I will make fresh peanut butter–yum! It will taste so much better than jarred peanut butter.

  7. Tracy says:

    A yummy fresh cranberry refresher drink. Just perfect to sit back and relax with.

  8. Sara says:

    Avocado chocolate mousse – firm family favourite and a low sugar dish i can get past the toughest critics…..the boys!

  9. I’d make Japanese Kabocha soup!

  10. Irene Nicholson says:

    I would make a chilli paste for the start of a laksa!!

  11. Charmaine Campbell says:

    I will make a delicious soup, with half blended to give it a creamy texture and the rest still chunky!

  12. fionawilson says:

    I’m allergic to so many things (including eggs and gluten), which makes dessert making quite difficult.

    I do LOVE date and nut chocolate truffles though. Unfortunately, my last stick blender exploded when I was whipping them up. Dates were just too tuff for it. Would love a stick blender that could cope with my heavy use!

    xx Fiona

  13. Stephanie Veljanovska says:

    Delicious and Perfect Winter Meal Pumpkin Soup.

  14. Melanie Raabe says:

    I can’t wait to make some yummy omelettes & quick soups

  15. I always love making fresh pesto, oh so good. :) Rain or shine i don’t worry about the day, it’s more what my taste buds like.

  16. Alison Wilson says:

    I’d make a cheesecake!

  17. Leelee says:

    I saw an interesting peanut and pumpkin soup on TV the other day – it might be the first thing to try making :0)

  18. terry wedding says:

    I would make a pavlova

  19. Michaela says:

    My blender has just started to give up the ghost too! I’d make my pumpkin soup. Delish!

  20. Adelaide Kosovich says:

    I would make the Carrot Cake Smoothie from IQS cookbook – it looks delish!!. Dont own a blender or stickmix & have been hanging out to try this!!!

  21. Tracy says:

    I’d start with coriander pesto, followed by houmus (in the same bowl to pick up the delicious pesto leftover flavour) and then Potato and Leek soup served with a dollop of the pesto. The kids would no doubt want to get in on the act to make themselves a smoothie and “experiment” with dessert. We never manage to stop at just one thing, especially with starving teenagers in the house.

  22. Amanda Gorton says:

    A creamy spiced pumpkin soup, eaten with fresh crusty bread, it is my winter comfort food.

  23. Robyn Phillips says:

    I love home made Thai curry pastes, so I would make a Panang Paste and Green Curry paste for starters.

  24. Angie Boylan says:

    I’d make a pavlova – can you believe I’ve been hand beating egg whites for months now??

  25. Bec B says:

    I would make a dinner my entire famiy would eat without “negotiation”, I could chop and blend, whiz and crush all kinds of nutritous goodies and turn them into a fabulous feast!

  26. Julie says:

    Where do I start? It would never make it to the cupboard! It would be at work early making different smoothies for the family, then chopping up nuts and seeds for my gluten, fructose, lactose free muesli for breakfast. Then a quick swirl around to make fresh almond milk to add to the muesli. Chop the veggies for soup for lunch, purée when cooked. Then mix up the ingredients for homemade coconut based ice cream, whip the meringues up in a jiffy. Mince the fish for fishcakes and so the list goes on. Busy, busy busy! I don’t think I would have time to go to work! What fun!

  27. cassmob says:

    I would make myself a range of fruit smoothies with yoghurt, berries and bananas. I have a fructose allergy so these are on my daily menu…this blender would be just great, and compact enough to take with me when travelling.

  28. Nicola says:

    I would make fresh Almond milk or pea and ham soup – depends on the time of day I might take delivery!

  29. Tracey Reed says:

    If I won I would try to make some mayonnaise, something I have never managed to do yet.

  30. Laura says:

    I would be making some sneaky quick curry paste – skip the mortar and pestle! Otherwise I could really go some pumpkin soup, full of garlic and chilli with garlic cheesy toast on the side…

  31. Amy says:

    My favourite roasted pumpkin and sweet potato soup!

  32. erin says:

    I will be making a raw snickers tart

  33. I live in Mongolia, and it is impossible to get lots of ingredients taken for granted in other countries. The first thing I would do would be to make my own almond butter! That would be awesome. :)

  34. Fawn says:

    I will be making my delicious daily Green Smoothy for my family!! Fawn xo

  35. Barbara N says:

    Pumpkin soup and pancakes

  36. I dream of having a kitchen filled with matching Empire Red KitchenAid friends – my blender is getting a little lonely. Spoilt for choice for things to make, I think I’ll start with raw cashew cheesecake … or maybe chocolate moose … or …

  37. Lynn says:

    I will be rushing to make thick, creamy, pumpkin soup with a hint of chilli – heaven in this cold weather!

  38. Jasmine says:

    banana and honey smoothie

  39. Jayne says:

    I’ve been wanting to make my own mayo! I read that immersion blenders do a good job.

  40. Kennis says:

    My all time favourite – Creamy pumpkin soup

  41. Ross says:

    Pumpkin Soup… nothing better on a winter day.

  42. I want to make an awesome homemade bread with garlic with feta or asiago cheese!!! Need that mixer to do this!

  43. Michelle Gray says:

    Mayo, then no more of the fake store stuff!!

  44. Chiew L says:

    I will make delicious cauliflower soup for myself and mango smoothies for my hubby :)

  45. Georgie says:

    Basil pesto!

  46. meg says:

    Your avocado “mayo,” I’ve had my eye on it for a while!

  47. Pippa says:

    I would make houmus, pumpkin soup and pesto first if I won this fantastic kitchen tool!

  48. Helgs says:

    I would make cauliflower and cheese soup served in a hollowed out cobb loaf having previously blended butter and garlic to dip the bread taken out of the cobb loaf into before swishing into the soup and devouring heartedly

  49. tiffanyplus3 says:

    Butternut Squash soup!!

  50. Chelsea W. says:

    I would love to try making my own nut butter with it… every time I do with my blender or food processor it takes an eternity!

  51. I’d make some winter warming pumpkin soup, blend it up with the blender, served with sour cream.

  52. kleinworthco says:

    I think I would start with a blended drink first.

  53. Sasha says:

    I’d make a chocolate mousse topped with coconut whipped cream!

  54. Tabitha P. says:

    Some kind of soup,not sure which though.

  55. Emily says:

    Homemade almond butter, so delicious!

  56. Billie Jean Grych says:

    Vegan cheesecake!

  57. Bettina V says:

    A ‘glowing’ green breakfast smoothie.

  58. Kaz says:

    Hollandaise sauce to beat hubbys. its a tough gig but I can try! My husband is a masterchef. Yep he can do it all, leaving me to feel rather awkward in the kitchen. At least I would have a fighting chance with this!

  59. I would have to make potato puree. With butter and cream/milk. YUM!

  60. Izzy says:

    I’d make soup. Just what I need in this cold weather!

  61. Eha says:

    Have just read each and every comment so far: thought myself acting in a very instinctive manner in proposing pumpkin soup but so many others seem to ‘feel cold and needy’ my way :) ! Mmm, yes, coconut milk and spices would make this even more appetizing :) !

    • Yes, you were one of the first Eha, but many followed. We are quite blessed with a variety o delicious pumpkins to make our soup with here in Australia. My favourite is Japanese or Kent and with coconut milk too…Good luck!

  62. Stephanie says:

    I would make some banana ‘ice-cream’ by whizzing up frozen banana with some yoghurt, my kids love it

  63. Kaz Purtill-Wright says:

    KitchenAid have done it again, what a brilliant multi-purpose instrument. That 1l beaker would be great to make my girls after school banana and milo smoothy. I always struggle to find a decent container at home that I can blend with our boring hand blender that wont splash the mike/banana/milo mixture all over me. I could also use it to blend up vegies into a puree that we can use to hide in our kids spaghetti or stews or lasagne or whatever we are making. My husband would love it when blending his spicy pumpkin soup and when he makes eggs and pancakes on the weekend for our hot breakfast treats. In fact we could use it for way more things I could even write about here, it would be something used daily.

  64. First thing would be macadamia oil mayonnaise, followed by mushroom soup.

  65. Isabella Flanagan says:

    I recently tried making my own almond butter with my now deceased food processor. If I win this I will definitely try to make nut butters again!

  66. Valerie says:

    I have yet to jump onto the smoothie bandwagon, so probably a berry smoothie!

  67. Cara says:

    Thanks for the great comp & inspiring blog, the 1st thing I would make are come yummy raw taco’s!

  68. Matt says:

    I would make a smooth, healthy pumpkin soup

  69. Donnam says:

    I would make some spicy Moroccan lentil burgers! Soft, filling and spicy! Mmmmm, now im hungry :)

  70. Michelle V says:

    A delicious french onion soup

  71. Raymund says:

    Hey I want to win this one and what I will do is a really good mushroom soup

  72. vegeTARAian says:

    What a fab product! I think I’d start with a simple veg soup

  73. Roxenne says:

    A month of meals to freeze for the little one and a Chocolate and Cream layered cake for hubby and I.

  74. Linda Courtney says:

    I’d create a delicious and healthy smoothie.

  75. sam says:

    A tomato vegetable soup – lovely with crusty bread and butter in this cold.

  76. Lesleigh says:

    My family favourite, a sponge topped with fresh cream and strawberries.

  77. MeganH says:

    I’d make a yummy Thai Pumpkin Soup to warm us up!

  78. Deb H says:

    I dream of Kitchen Aid products…….I would make home made nutella for my daughter!

  79. i would make a perfect pavlova

  80. Connie Neesham says:

    Almond meal so I can cook gluten free

  81. Therese says:

    I would make a yummy vegetable soup to keep the family warm as we live in the Adelaide Hills

  82. Melissa Wilkes says:

    A new sauce, the ingredients yet to be discovered but with this state of the art super KitchenAid Artisan Deluxe Hand Blender the world of culinary delights are just a blend away….. I love creating.

  83. Tess Howard says:

    Beautiful split pea soup, with Chorizo crumbled on top. Warms us up on cold dreary Tassie days.

  84. Kirsten W says:

    A Timtam cake!

  85. I’d win brownie points from my husband with the best “potatao mash” he’s ever tasted :)

  86. India says:

    I would have to say that I would make that delicious looking chocolate macadamia nut butter you posted recently. Far easier in a kitchenaid than in my massive old food processor!

  87. Cynthia says:

    I’d make soup, perfect for the cold weather!

  88. Lesley Needham says:

    I would make smoothies for all the kids, and sneak in a lot of healthy ingredients. The little one would get extra icecream in his as he needs to gain weight.

  89. Elizabeth Guenter says:

    It’s a toss up between pumpkin soup or chocolate cake…

  90. Michelle W says:

    A smoothy for Teen without having to go to all the effort of getting out the food processor (to which the blender is attached) and then washing up all the fiddly bits.

  91. elisha says:

    i would make so many healthy soups

  92. Amanda Manning says:

    I would cook my home-made money-can’t-buy creamy pumpkin soup.

  93. Nicole says:

    I would make my famous pumpkin soup, that even has my 2.5yr old crying when its finished, its that good!

  94. Alicia Basa says:

    I will definately be whipping up my chocolate avocado mousse!

  95. Siobhan says:

    I’d blend some pistachio’s and almonds to later turn into some delicious nougat to serve to friends with coffee. A very impressive afternoon snack I’d say!

  96. Toni Crawford says:

    I would make mini warm apple pies. The perfect comfort dessert for winter. Of course with a dollop of cream, and custard.

  97. Kim says:

    Chocolate raspberry pavlova!

  98. Graham Buckingham says:

    My family would absolutely love to win one of these mixing packs because my children love making cookies and cakes every day they are home and they would use these packs immensely.

  99. I’d make a beautiful spicy roast veggie soup and use the stick blender to blitz some of it smooth. yummmm :)

  100. Tracy Martens says:

    I’ll make the wholesome vegetable soup that I have been promising to cook.

  101. Jim says:

    Pea and ham soup

  102. Louise says:

    I would make smoothies for my kids for breakfast as they love them

  103. kirbie stokes says:

    I would make cupcakes with my daughters.

  104. Jayne says:

    Besides mayo, I am thinking of making creamy soups. I’ve never had the guts to pour hot hot soup into my plastic food processor!

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  106. Wendy says:

    Pumpkin soup and smoothies … would make thinks so easy.

  107. Krystal says:

    I’d use it to make a range of soups to stock my freezer full for winter!

  108. Annelee says:

    I would make Laksa paste. It’s so much better than the bought stuff and having a Kitchenaid Hand Blender would make the job so easy.

  109. Faysie says:

    PUMPKIN SOUP… Mmmm… YUMMY!

  110. Kylie B says:

    A lemon meringue pie. Yummy!! Our family favorite.

  111. Dean Brandt says:

    I’d make my Sunday morning favorite.Belgian waffles.

  112. sonya says:

    Cream of Bacon and Parsnip Soup.

  113. Jen says:

    I’d make a delicious soufflé , and I’d need every piece of the Kitchenaid blender to do so!

  114. My creamy pumpkin soup would taste even better with the KitchenAid touch!

  115. baklava filling! Crush walnuts together with almonds, cinnamon and sugar. Yum

  116. Lauren says:

    Cocktails!!!

  117. Abby says:

    Sweet potato soup :)

  118. Robyn Little says:

    This would make the most awesome frozen Margarita because it is powerful enough to give the correct texture to the crushed ice. Takes me back to when I lived in Mexico and enjoyed truly authentic Margaritas. That’s what I would make first and I wouldn’t stop experimenting with all the other things I could use it for.

  119. A fruit smoothie for my Mum!

  120. Kate says:

    I would make my Sweet potato and red lentil soup! Perfect winter warmer and it would come out so smooth and creamy with a KitchenAid Artisan Deluxe Hand Blender!

  121. Megan says:

    Spicy carrot and sweet potato soup…..definitely a winner on a winters day

  122. Julie says:

    Pumpkin soup.

  123. Indika says:

    I would make potata and leak soup…its our family’s most favorite soup…great to have on a cold winter day!

  124. Pesto for me. What a wonderful giveaway, Martyna! Congratulations on all the entries – you definitely have your finger on the pulse of what people want.

  125. fiona says:

    I’ll be making anything that I can use the KitchenAid Blender with like soups, smoothies, sauces!!!

  126. Natalie Stoute says:

    I’d make some yummy dips. I’m just loving vegetables and crackers with dip for lunch lately :)

  127. Jo Sellers says:

    Pumpkin soup – perfect for the cooler weather.

  128. Courtney Dettman says:

    Fructose free fruit juice blends come at me – finally!

  129. Jess says:

    Baby food!

  130. Love love kitchen aid!!

  131. Tory Huth says:

    Nutmeal. I love to make biscuits out of nutmeal, but severly dislike my current mixer because it is too big to make nutmeal properly.

  132. Karen Kitto says:

    Looks like a great way to make mojitos

  133. Anita P says:

    A healthy cream of veggies soup with garlic croutons and tomato salsa. Delish and so easy using these tools.

  134. Jessica Carter says:

    Homemade baby food!

  135. lauren says:

    Hummus cant get enough of the stuff!

  136. Jasmine Ewart says:

    Baby food!

  137. shell says:

    My Fav CHOCOLATE CAKE yummy !!!

  138. Alexandra M says:

    I will certainly ‘make’ my mum, sister and friends very green with envy!

  139. Would love to make a choc banana smoothy!
    mmmm can smell and taste it already!

  140. renata says:

    Vegetable soups with that healthy twist,
    Full of goodness, one cannot resist,
    With vitamins galore,
    I simply adore.

  141. Alicia P says:

    A winter warming Chicken and Coconut Soup! Delicious!

  142. It’s winter time and who doesn’t love a good soup. I make a chickpea and leak soup and hate having to tansfer to a blende, too much washing up and mess! secondly, I always find it hard to blend up all those cheeky little chickpeas!

  143. Teri McHugh says:

    So many options and I have to pick just one? Hummus is the best replacement for mayo in my veggie wraps, so many soups I could make and the smoothies! Gosh, just in time for strawberry season which leads into blueberry season in New Hampshire! YUM!

  144. Steph says:

    Wow, I’e only just come back from holidays and seen this! Lucky I haven’t missed my chance. I would have to make that Macadamia chocolate spread ASAP. Thanks to KitchenAid for sponsoring, fingers crossed!

  145. Angela says:

    It would have to be all sorts of fruitty instant ice creams. Works great with berries, bananas. Thanks for hosting the giveaway.

  146. Kirsten Benhiam says:

    A soothing Leek and Potato soup. We have all been sick and all I feel like is soup and bread and butter.

  147. Marcia Coventry says:

    Homemade almond milk, it’s become a staple in our breakfast smoothies.

  148. Grace says:

    I would make a deliciously organic vanilla bean yoghurt, maqui berry, date, banana and skim milk smoothie!

  149. I’d make a ham and pea soup and OF COURSE after I invite you to eat with me! :)
    Fingers TIGHTLY crossed.

  150. Kylie says:

    I would make lime zest whipped cream to serve with those gorgeous QLD strawberries that have popped up around everywhere… and sit outside, in the afternoon sun, dreaming of summer!

  151. Minxie says:

    Your pumpkin coconut soup with lots of chilli and garlic butter on the croutons – need this to fight off the flu :-(

  152. Susan says:

    I would make my husband’s favourite soup: cream of potato and leek, he is always asking me for it but I don’t have a blender… :-/

  153. Joanne says:

    Guacamole – it’s something the whole family love and this would make it so easy!

  154. tryhardfrugalista says:

    I’d blend all my food as I have a lap band and can’t eat solid food without being sick.

  155. Nola Goodwin says:

    I would start with my Pumpkin Soup

  156. Laura C says:

    Cada- breakfast with chopped coconut, apple, dates and almonds. Delicious and healthy, but so time consuming to chop by hand!

  157. Becky S says:

    A banana Smoothie to kick start my day!

  158. VandaB says:

    I’d love to use it for my sticky date pudding. It would certainly make light work of the mixture.

  159. Emily says:

    I’d make a delicious frothy thickshake.

  160. Han E says:

    I’ll make a Bacon, Potato and Leek Soup, just the right food to make for a cold winter’s day.

  161. Trish W says:

    I’d make pumpkin soup with chili & coriander, perfect for this wet & freezing Melbourne weather.

  162. Amyas Leigh says:

    Roast pumpkin soup–perfect for this weather.

  163. With so many wonderful recipes to choose from, the one I would make first is fresh bread crumbs with parmesan and herbs, all ready to crumb the chicken in.

  164. A trio of dips , which the Artisan would make in a breeze.

  165. Annie says:

    I’d make hummus to encourage family to eat vegetarian once a week

  166. Michelle H says:

    Margaritas! My cooking is always better once I’ve unleashed my creative side and started dancing.

  167. Nikki Smith says:

    Homemade sauces,relishes and Jams

  168. Carol says:

    I would be so excited to win this I would probably spend a whole weekend in the kitchen trying all of the different attachments: making salsa, soup, Eton mess and a smoothie.

  169. Jayne K says:

    Hot Soup. I need cheering up.

  170. Elizabeth Davey says:

    a steaming hot bowl of creamy sweet pumpkin, sweet potato and pear soup

  171. kristy sweeney says:

    I would make a pavlova, topped with whipped cream and passionfruit.

  172. celine says:

    Some basil pesto – it tastes so good made fresh

  173. Katrina P says:

    This Kitchenaid would be a great addition to my kitchen – I would use it every day to make soups and smoothies.

  174. Prue says:

    Smoothies!

  175. Rachel Sarah says:

    Pumpkin Puree for my bub! He mash it at the moment, this will help so much!!r

  176. Caro Shanks says:

    With my man’s Day of the Dead themed 40th in December, the KitchenAid Hand Mixer would make me an Artisan in the kitchen in no time for deadly mousses, dips and other to die for treats :)

  177. Janise R says:

    I would make yummy vegetable dips as I have severe GORD when eating at friends, I eat dip and biscuits I know I can tolerate dip, no embarrassing vomiting.

  178. Whip up a delicious chocolate sponge pudding to warm up the cold winter nights

  179. Jodie Farnsworth says:

    Creamy garlic mash potato!

  180. A beautiful fresh fruit smoothie for my daughters

  181. All the wonderful fresh seasonal nutritional vegetables I have …and blend them into my families meals!

  182. Michelle Williams says:

    Carrot soup has always been a winner for me growing up, would love to prepare it for my children.

  183. Amelia D. says:

    I wouldmake a chocolate whipped cream, cherry and frangelico trifle! Yummy!

  184. Ben says:

    What a great prize! I think I’d have to make a three course meal that would use all of the attachments! Plus some sort of a cocktail for sure – margarita maybe!

  185. Melissa says:

    I would make a divine fruit and veg juice with the kids! And a splash of vodka in mine…

  186. natalie foster says:

    I would make cauliflower and leek soup as this is the best winter meal one can have in this freezing cold weather.

  187. melanie farrugia says:

    I would use it to chop some vegetables then fluff my eggs for a great vegetarian omelette

  188. Trina B says:

    OMG!! For chopping onions!! It is my most dreaded kitchen task – how simple would it be with the chopper – ooh and I always keep a carton of cream in the fridge, how easy to whip some up for a little treat <3 <3

  189. Therese says:

    I’d celebrate my win with a spiced apple blender cake. Grind the spice, chop the apple, blend the butter, whip the cream. All done.

  190. Benjamin T. says:

    Some hearty, winter-warming minestrone.

  191. Rachael P. says:

    I would use it for finely chopping onion… that dreaded task… so the kids don’t find chunks of it in their meals, that they usually sit and pick out!

  192. Sarah T says:

    I would make some chicken Kiev patties for my son. He absolutely loves them!

  193. Ros Guy says:

    I would make a healthy soup and purée it with my new stick blender

  194. kat abbott says:

    I would make chicken liver pate – so delicious

  195. KMarie says:

    I would make a batch of delicious chicken and vegetable soup for lunch.

  196. Ah, so needed as my stick blender has died and the bench top mixer weighs a tonne and has dead blades. Sooooo, pesto with basil, pine nuts and spinach to freeze in batches, The Wholesome Cook’s salmon burger patties (a family favourite) and probably bread crumbs, one-ingredient ice-cream, milkshakes. Oh maybe a chai mix for mulled wine or cider!
    Fingers crossed.
    Lucy

  197. Mel Hammel says:

    I will probably make custard or white sauce. Yum!!

  198. Eve says:

    Hiding veggies in pasta sauce

  199. Tania says:

    I want to try your avocado mayo – I am absolutely addicted to whole egg mayo at the moment, but am not supposed to be eating eggs, if I can get my fix with your healthy alternative I will be thrilled!

  200. Caroline Smith says:

    I love your ideas of making your own fish fingers and burgers! So much better than the fake stuff you buy from the shops. THANK YOU! Subscribed now too – love your blog and I’m glad to have found you.

  201. leanne says:

    A pesto to go on top of my sunday roast

  202. Kristina S says:

    Some delicious protein shakes come to mind.

  203. Terry says:

    I would have to make a mango salsa

  204. Claire says:

    Fingers crossed… strawberry mousse or instant ice cream. Low sugar and tasty!

  205. Belinda Bann says:

    I’d blend everything! why? because my son is having 4 wisdom teeth removed next month so the KitchedAID will certainly live up to it’s name for us :)

  206. Cecilia Bell says:

    I would make my family some nourishing soups to keep the winter colds and flu away!

  207. Karen Freeman says:

    Chili Soup. Need something to warm me up.

  208. Linda Steabben says:

    About time I got BACK to the kitchen, and gave-a-way the take-a-way!

  209. Paulina B says:

    A family feast! With some many different attachments, I can chop, blend and puree, soups, vegetables, nuts and anything else I want

  210. Belinda Smetioukh says:

    I’ll make a big fruity creamy pav,
    Mmmmm….right now I just have to have!

  211. Yvonne M says:

    My grandmother’s classic Polish cheesecake, which requires 10 egg yolks and an hour of mixing. Only KitchenAid has the stamina for my Baba’s beautiful recipe!

  212. Natalie says:

    A smooth buttercream icing for my favourite chocolate coffee cake.

  213. Samantha W says:

    I’d love to whip up a syllabub to sweeten these long, dark nights.

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