We’re Giving Away the Classic Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer

February 28, 2013 | By and | Comments (404)

kitchenaid mixer m Were Giving Away the Classic Kitchen Aid Stand MixerChances are, you have several childhood memories that involve a Kitchen-Aid stand mixer.

And, chances are that if you’re married – it’s one of the first things you added to your registry. Needless to say, the Kitchen Aid Mixer is a kitchen icon and we are giving away one, $329.99 Classic Series 4.5 quart mixer in white – a timeless shade that will go with any kitchen and mixing bowl!

In order to win, tell us your favorite memory baking with your mom or grandmother.  

The contest begins February 1st and ends February 28th. Click here for official rules.


  1. Adrianna D

    I remember have a lot of fun helping my grandmother make tortillas and various other Mexican foods. My favorite was making a Mexican chocolate cake with homemade Frosting. The entire cake was from scratch and was one of the richest cakes I’ve ever tasted. We ate an entire batch of Frosting and had to make more for the cake. 🙂

    February 25, 2015 at 1:37 pm
  2. Stephanie

    I remember standing on a chair in the kitchen as a young girl with my grandmother at the helm of the mixer and she would give me careful instructions on when to add the next ingredient of whatever we were making that day.. She told me all kinds of stories of the family while baking things. I remember helping her later in my teen years more out of duty than fun.. Now, shes gone and i have recently taken a liking to cooking and baking and am trying to learn proper techniques and such. Many days i see this mixer in the store and go instantly back in time. I would love this mixer in so many ways, right on down to licking the beaters.

    February 3, 2015 at 5:09 pm
  3. Diane Futch

    My mama’s name was Betty and we always called her “Betty Crocker”. Everything she cooked was delicious! She never used a recipe. It was like she always knew what to do. I miss her terribly and hope that my own daughter has learned half as much from me as I did from her!

    February 3, 2015 at 4:59 pm
  4. Shirley Osborne

    I loved making fried apple pies with my Grandmother. We had the dried apples that we had sliced and dried from the previous fall. These are the “real deal”– nothing else tastes like these fried apple pies. I also learned how to make cornbread from my Grandmother. I still make my cornbread Today like I did then, but with the memory of mixing the ingredients and going to my Grandmother and asking if it was ready to be put in the skillet yet. I still feel like that little girl. My Mother taught me how to make chocolate gravy and homemade biscuits, which I still do today also. They taught me much more but the most important things I learned were Love and Patience. Oh, what lovely memories.

    February 3, 2015 at 12:37 pm

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