KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Mixer Giveaway ($350 Value)

Kitchenaid Giveaway
I am so excited to bring you this latest giveaway because one very lucky reader is going to win this gorgeous KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Quart Mixer valued at $350!

Co-hosted and sponsored by The WiC Project, This Mama Loves, Bay Area Mommy, Smart School House, For Him and My Family, Cori’s Coupon Corner, When Is Dinner, Racing and Saving Mama, Geek Chic Mama, Krazy Coupon Club and My Vegan Gluten-Free Life.

Giveaway is open worldwide and ends April 11th  at 11:59 PM EST. Good luck!

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KitchenAid Artisan 5-Quart Mixer Giveaway ($350 Value) — 208 Comments

  1. Making bread! I have never figured out how to make good yeast bread but I love the taste of homemade bread and so does everyone in my family. Would love to learn!

  2. Easy of mixing baked good recipes like cookie and cake batter, mixing base dips and sauces. I use a hand mixer and have Lyme and degeneration of joints. I’d love to have a mixermaster…never have.

  3. First I’d probably use it to mix up things for baking – cookies, cakes, etc – in my new oven! I’d also buy the meat grinder attachment and use it to grind deer meat into hamburger next hunting season!

  4. I’d give it to my mom. She is always making (the best) cheesecakes for friends and family on their birthdays or special occasions. She has always dreamed of having a KitchenAid mixer especially for making cheesecake.

  5. I have been wanting to do a cupcake fundraiser desperately.. but my present old mixer just won’t cut it.. winning this would help with so many things, but especially this!
    Cathy B*****y pbprojecthope at yahoodotcom

  6. I would use it to make my grandmother’s homemade poundcake! Then I would probably give homemade bread dough a try.

  7. A friend and I are cooking up a business baking. My Kitchaid mixer recently broke in a move :{ and this one would help us so much to get mixing up the new biz. This color would go perfectly in my new kitchen, BTW

  8. This mixer reminds me of childhood and my mom’s big Kitchenaid mixer! I’d use it for whipping up healthy baked goods and and various homemade household/beauty items.

  9. I would do so much more baking. I have carpal tunnel and sometimes I wish I had one of these to make things so much easier for me

  10. I would use the kitchen aid mixer to bake cookies , I have always wanted one but could never afford one!!

  11. Baking all kinds of things! I really want to improve my cake decorating skills, so this would be helpful in prep-ing the cakes! 🙂

  12. I am a cake decorator and we used to have a 1950s style mixer but it just went out this last year, so I could really use a new mixer so I can do cakes and and cookies again!

  13. I would use it to make the Pioneer Woman’s “That’s The Best Frosting I’ve Ever Had”. It really is. Thx for an awesome giveaway. Loves the color of that mixer.

  14. This is tough…….not the question to be answered because I can easily say I’d use it to bake with my girls again.

    The tough part……no pity party……just a sadness. Since the day my mother had one of these and we used to spend time together with it all the time. I always wanted one of my own. 16 years later, married and had two baby girls I finally came to a point which I saved the money to be able to buy one of these. Fast forward……last year my girls and I (I’m now a single mom on indefinite disability from panic attacks and crippling phobias) we lost ‘everything’ in our last apartment. All of it! Pictures, books, memories including this mixer that was still a baby *practically new and so well cared for because it was a memory with my mom* all of it gone. Being a single mom and replacing and rebuilding over this past year has been heart wrenching. Some things are ‘needs’ to have been replaced and still barely replaced anything, while others are ‘wishes’ that I could not responsibly justify spending a once a month income on. Bills, rent and food come first for my girls. This would be an amazing win. However, win or not thank you so much for the opportunity to try. This is something I’ll never be able to replace and it is a ‘wish’, not a ‘need’. If nothing else Iearned, very much so, how to differentiate and understand fully, when I talk, about the difference of what a true necessity is as opposed to a wish!!

    Good Luck to ALL and may all your needs be met with sparkles of wishes coming true for you. Enjoy each and every moment, cherish every single tiny thing, such as family pictures and, more so, pictures drawn by your babies/children because they can never ever be replaced. When I was bedridden for those two years my youngest daughter (ten at the time) brought me a weekly picture from the comic pages that she drew from and a monthly care package of any special little thing she could find at home from pencils to erasers, nail polish, pictures, get well cards, cute and pretty little rocks and flowers from outside, but mostly her Heart! The biggest Heart of Love and Giving I’ve ever known. All of that is gone as well, except her Heart. It hugs mine every day. Please, if this message means nothing else……be grateful for the little things and wishes for the big things to come true for you.

    ~*In Wellness, Light, Love, Kindness, Giving and most importantly HOPE*~
    Melissa <3

    • Thank you, Melissa! It’s always nice to be reminded to cherish the little things in life — especially these days when a lot of people have the tendency to prioritize “wants” or “wishes”.

      bay area mommy
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      • Hi Isis,

        I’m so sorry that message was so long. When I got here and saw the question my intent was a quick reply. However, once I started typing I found out I wasn’t quite over it as much as I thought I was.

        I very much appreciate your reply though. The only entry I was able to do was the comment because I as I mentioned above the FB app is what I have to work with so it doesn’t allow much and I forgot my twitter PW so things are looking up, lol. Yes, slight joking at my ” series of unfortunate events” lol.

        Thank you and Good luck to everyone here <3

  15. I love to bake and now that I have a 4 year old daughter I would love to do it with her, and this would make it much easier.

  16. I would use it to bake with my children. we’re making cakes for this weekend’s cake Extravaganza at school! Whooot!

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