KitchenAid Mixer Attachments - The Best of the Lot Reviewed

KitchenAid, now owned by Whirlpool was founded over a century back in 1919 by the Hobart Manufacturing Company to manufacture stand mixers. The emerging market saw stiff competition, but KitchenAid stood strong and in the 1930s they manufactured their model “K” stand mixer. From this model up to the present day, the design of their stand mixers has not changed much and any attachments manufactured for one machine are compatible with others. Currently, the KitchenAid Artisan 5 Quart stand mixer is one of their most sought after products.

It is important to note that the stand mixer is sold as one piece and the attachments are sold separately. They’ve got plenty such as juicers, spiralizers, meat grinders, an ice cream maker and more. On this page you will find my research based reviews of some of their most popular attachments.

KitchenAid Stand Mixer Attachments Reviewed

KitchenAid Juicer and Sauce Attachment
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Juicer and Sauce

The juicer and sauce attachment is a slow masticating juicer which first slices your fruits and/or veggies before processing them to get as much out of your produce as possible. This is in line with high end masticating juicers. There are 3 pulp screens that come along allowing you to determine just how much pulp you want in your juice, sauces and jams. People love it.

KitchenAid Pasta Maker Attachment
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Pasta Maker

They’ve got three different pasta attachments at the time of writing this. I’ve reviewed two of them together on a single page as they cater to the same crowd. The pasta roller allows you to easily roll pasta sheets to a thickness you’re happy with, whereas the press lets you make your own home made spaghetti, fusilli, rigatoni, bucatini, and small or large macaroni.

KitchenAid Spiralizer Attachment
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I love spending time in the kitchen, but it did take me by surprise when I found out that the spiralizer is one of the most popular KitchenAid attachments out there. It allows one to peel, core and slice using the 6 spiralizing/slicing blades and the peeling blade which is included. When I did my research I found out that many use it to make zucchini noodles!