New Competition – Win a KitchenAid Artisan 9 Speed Hand Mixer

Cast your mind back, dear, gentle, reader – if you  will – to the dim recesses of time. Actually, if you can just think back to my blog post of late last week that will do the trick. I posted a recipe for a deliciously quick Cheese Batter Bread which I whipped up with the new KitchenAid Artisan 9 Speed hand Mixer. Thanks to the lovely folk at KitchenAid Australia, I can offer one of you the chance to win one of these snappy little work-horses to play with in your own kitchen!

The new Kitchenaid Artisan 9 Speed Hand Mixer is a super convenient, go-to small appliance for those quick jobs where you want a bit of  speedy grunt, without having to bring out the big guns. It features a 9 speed electronic digital control, with a soft start to avoid violent splashing, and has an electronic mixing sensor which  will adjust to the resistance of what you are mixing for smooth, consistent operation.The powerful motor is also surprisingly quiet.

It comes in a gorgeous range of colours and also with a range of new stainless steel attachments including; redesigned Turbo Beaters that are heavy duty and dishwasher safe; a Pro Whisk that makes short work of whipping ingredients such as egg whites, cream and mousse; Dough Hooks that quickly and effortlessly knead yeast dough, and finally a Liquid Blending Rod to whiz up smoothies or shakes in seconds.

Valued at $199 and just in time for Mothers Day, I have ONE of these little treasures for a lucky reader to win in your choice of colour – Almond Cream, Onyx Black, Empire Red or Cranberry. Entry is simple – just tell me what your favourite, fast dish is which will be made even faster by using one of these little beauties. Use the Rafflecopter link below to enter and check out the simple options for extra entries.

Terms and Conditions

1.  This competition is open to Australian residents only and will be drawn on Monday 7 April, 2014.
2.   Log in to enter, using the entry form in the link below, and click on each task to view the instructions.
3.   The first two tasks are mandatory and must be completed to enter the competition.  Subsequent tasks are optional, but will gain you more entries, thus more opportunity to be a winner.
4.   Any entries which do not complete the mandatory tasks WILL NOT be included in the draw.
5.   I have ONE KitchenAid Artisan 9 Speed Hand Mixer to give away to 1 lucky reader.
6.   The winner will be drawn at random.
7.   The winner will be notified by email and their name will be posted here.  They must reply within 48 hours or the competition will be redrawn.

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 The KitchenAid Hand Mixer prize is kindly supplied by KitchenAid Australia.

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  1. Jo
    30/03/2014

    With that wonderful dough hook attachment I would have to make my own pizza dough.

  2. DIANA O
    30/03/2014

    Tuna & Parsley pasta, a creamy sauce made up cold then stirred through hot pasta.

  3. Di
    30/03/2014

    Chocolate mousse. As delicious and easy as it is, it’s a real pain in the arse whisking it by hand.

  4. Alice Mitchell
    30/03/2014

    my sticky date pudding would come up a treat with the kitchenaid hand mixer

  5. Annelee
    30/03/2014

    Meringue Nests are always a delight and they would be made quicker and easier with a KitchenAid Mixer.

  6. Karina L
    30/03/2014

    Macarons! I won’t have to stand there manually hand mixing the batter!

  7. Lisa
    30/03/2014

    A batch of Lamingtons, fast and perfect with KitchenAid Artisan

  8. Kasey Evans
    31/03/2014

    Pavlova with cream & fresh fruit!!!! I love the hot new colours, really need one as mine doesn’t work very well.

  9. Gayle Richardson
    31/03/2014

    Anything that encourages my daughter to eat vegetables! We can put them in and chop them and see them disappear! Wish me luck on that one!

  10. Melanie Moran
    01/04/2014

    Lemon berry cheesecake – Getting that cream cheese to be as smooth as a baby’s bottom needs a some serious speed…..from a KitchenAid hand mixer

  11. Jennifer B.
    02/04/2014

    Lump-free white sauce for my Cauliflower Gratin!

  12. Christine
    02/04/2014

    Pumpkin soup in autumn is always a scrumptious treat, delightful to make with a KitchenAid mixer!

  13. Joanne
    02/04/2014

    Italian meringue for sure!!

  14. Alison May
    02/04/2014

    My “3-egg-pancakes”, a fast dessert when all I have is flour, milk and 3 eggs, would be even faster with with a Kitchenaid Hand-mixer!

  15. Jody Taylor
    02/04/2014

    Would love to use for scrambled eggs I have heard kitchen aid products seem to give eggs more air and make hem lighter

  16. Helen
    03/04/2014

    I’d use that dough hook to make my little Brioche buns. Fresh from the oven for Sunday brunch would be pretty impressive!

  17. Emily Miller
    03/04/2014

    Chocolate mousse! My go to dessert for when I don’t have a lot of time to prepare something. It would be even quicker with one of these!

  18. sapna
    03/04/2014

    Batter for savoury semolina cupcakes will be ready in no time at all in it…

  19. Val C,
    03/04/2014

    An Easter ‘Simnel Cake’ which would done in a flash with the Kitchenaid Hand-Mixer!

  20. Mick G
    03/04/2014

    Ham and spring onion omelettes and with the Kitchenaid Hand-mixer not only would they be on the go heaps faster but lighter and fluffier too

  21. Han E
    04/04/2014

    We, my daughter and I, love baking. Her favorite is cupcake and mine … meringues!

  22. Lee Marsden
    04/04/2014

    There is something quite special about saying you have a kitchen aid ‘anything’!

  23. Lee Marsden
    04/04/2014

    I’ll be using up my brown bananas in no time, wiping up my banana bread…yumm

  24. Janine Marie Gardiner
    04/04/2014

    Our favourite Easter dessert is Zabaglione, so that will be the first delicious dessert but not the last that I will be making if I win.

  25. SANDY HORSFALL
    04/04/2014

    BEEN A WHILE SINCE I WHIPPED UP A PAVLOVA AS MY HAND MIXER DIED SEVERAL MONTHS AGO. THIS WILL DEFINITELY BE MY FAVOURITE FAST DISH I’LL BE MAKING!!

  26. Jacinta Hamill
    04/04/2014

    Cupcakes the kid’s all time favourite, maybe some special one for Easter!

  27. Ross S
    05/04/2014

    I’d use the dough hook to make pizza bianchi.

  28. andreea nicolescu
    05/04/2014

    French onion dip, with spinach

  29. Irena
    05/04/2014

    Pancakes!

  30. Charlotte
    05/04/2014

    Banana and honey muffins are the perfect quick fix for Sunday mornings when we need to get rid of overripe bananas and are craving something to go with coffee! Would love this gorgeous mixer to make mashing the bananas so much easier! Thanks for the chance.

  31. jane gardam
    05/04/2014

    Can’t wait to whip up a beautiful Pavlova, mine and my families favourite.

  32. Ashleigh James
    05/04/2014

    My favorite fast dish is chocolate mousse. Surprisingly easy to make (though even easier with a KitchenAid I’m sure!) and is sure to impress.

  33. mellie jane
    06/04/2014

    Pavlova so naughty on the bottom and so full of fruity goodness on top the best of both worlds.

  34. Clinton
    06/04/2014

    Chocolate mousse, an easy and beautiful dessert made all that much easier!

  35. Nichola Archer
    06/04/2014

    No need to crush biscuits with the rolling pin anymore for my yummy rum balls, Aleluia! The preparation time would reduce significantly making it a 30 minute dish instead of a 2 hour dish.

  36. Helena Leung
    06/04/2014

    A passionfruit pavlova log presents well and tastes sweet and fruity! Great to impress those foodie dinner guests…or the occasional in-law!

  37. Liz
    06/04/2014

    Whipping the egg whites for lemon meringue pie–my husband’s favourite food.

  38. Emily Mclaughlan
    06/04/2014

    I love making chocolate mousse its quick and delicious would be ten times easier with a KitchenAid Hand Mixer to do all the whisking

  39. Amanda McInerney
    07/04/2014

    Congratulations BARBARA NELSON – check your inbox for my email!

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