The Best 23 KitchenAid Mixer Recipes

Are you on the lookout for the best KitchenAid Mixer recipes? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

This versatile and quite frankly essential kitchen gadget is every baker’s best friend. With your KitchenAid Mixer, you beat the batter, knead the dough, and even wash the dishes at the same time.

The Best 23 KitchenAid Mixer Recipes

Whether you’re thinking about buying one or have already taken the plunge, you’re going to need a range of recipes you can make in a pinch. Luckily for you, we’ve got you covered.

In this article, you’ll find 23 of the best KitchenAid Mixer recipes. From cakes and bread to dips and desserts, we’ll show you the greatest recipes you need to try. 

Let’s get started!

1. Chocolate Chip Cookies

We’ll start our list with an awesome chocolate chip cookie recipe. After all, who doesn’t love a fresh batch of cookies?

Thick, gooey, super chocolatey, and chunky, the cookies this recipe offers are chewy, soft, and loaded with chocolate chips. What more can we ask for from a cookie?

You’ll be pleased to hear that this recipe only takes 35 minutes to make and only calls for 8 basic ingredients.

2. Artisan Bread

One of the best things you can make with a KitchenAid Mixer is a fresh loaf of bread. As far as we’re concerned, this artisan bread recipe should be your go-to recipe.

Making the artisan bread in your mixer couldn’t be any easier.

Simply throw all the ingredients in and let your KitchenAid do the rest. It might be more convenient to buy a fresh loaf from the store, but nothing beats the divine smell and crunchiness of a fresh homemade loaf.

3. Olive Oil Cake

Next up, we have this delicious olive oil cake recipe. You’ll find even the die-hard butter lovers admitting that olive oil makes an awesome cake after they’ve tried this recipe.

Lasting longer than most traditional cakes, this recipe is perfect for vegans. Dairy-free, the cake is golden in color, light, fluffy, and incredibly tasty. Serve the cake with a fresh cup of coffee if you want to impress your guests more.

4. Molten Caramel Cakes

If you want something a bit more impressive and elegant, give this molten caramel cake recipe a try. We’ve all heard of molten chocolate cake, so it seems only right to try it with caramel too.

With a soft toffee-like center and a moist, soft exterior, this cake is sweet, slightly salty, and delightfully gooey. For us, this cake is the ultimate party pleaser. Better still, it only calls for 8 ingredients.

5. Sweet Pretzels

A huge hit all over the United States, pretzels are one of those snacks we always seem to find ourselves coming back to. Sweet, soft, salty, and warm, they can be eaten just about any time of day and can be easily made at home.

Using your KitchenAid Mixer, easily combine the ingredients and mix up a soft, lightly sweet dough. Finish the pretzels with a generous sprinkle of coarse salt.

6. Classic Focaccia Bread

Made in just one hour, using 8 ingredients, this classic Italian bread is one of the most rewarding and satisfying bread you can make using your KitchenAid Mixer.

Seasoned with rosemary, fresh onion, salt, and olive oil, this bread recipe is full of flavor.

Offering a beautiful balance of flavors, you can easily adapt the recipe to use other herbs and spices you like. You might even choose to top the bread with cheese. Either way, serve the bread with fresh pasta for the best experience.

7. Pasta Dough

On the topic of fresh pasta, did you know that you can make your own homemade pasta using a KitchenAid Mixer? Well, you do now!

Thanks to this KitchenAid recipe, you can effortlessly make fresh pasta dough in less than an hour. We’d go as far as saying that the pasta dough made in the mixer is better than the one you’d make by hand.

The results are more convenient, easier, and a lot tidier. 

8. Pull-Apart Potato Rolls

Slightly sweet and salty, this delicious pull-apart potato rolls recipe is a great choice for get-togethers and parties. 

You can throw the pan down on the table and let your guests get stuck in.

Crisp, golden-brown, fresh, warm, and relatively healthy, the rolls can be accompanied by a range of dishes and can even be used to make a burger.

Each roll only contains 210 calories too.

9. White Bread

If you’re planning on using your KitchenAid Mixer for the first time, consider trying this simpler white bread recipe first. The recipe only calls for 5 basic ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry. 

While the recipe is fairly simple, the results are magical. Your fresh loaf can be used with salads, sandwiches, breakfasts, or simply enjoyed on its own with a generous serving of butter.

10. Whipped Shortbread Cookies

Soft, light, and wonderfully buttery, the next recipe on our list will help you make the best shortbread cookies.

Taking just 30 minutes to make, these cookies are a great snack for children. Totally drool-worthy, they are pretty similar to butter cookies but with a more subtle, delicate flavor.

Delicious as they are, you could always top the cookies with sprinkles or jam for extra texture and flavor.

11. Mashed Potatoes

Mashing your potatoes is already easy. It can even be done using a fork. However, if you’re making mashed potatoes for the whole family it can seem like a never ending chore. 

That’s where this KitchenAid mashed potato recipe comes in. Just throw your boiled potatoes into the mixer with butter, milk, salt, and pepper, and let the mixer get to work.

In no time, your smooth, fluffy spuds will be ready to go.

12. Pizza Dough

Store-bought pizzas can taste great, but nothing beats the texture, flavor, and freshness of pizza dough you’ve made at home. Thanks to this KitchenAid pizza dough recipe, making your own pizza dough has never been easier.

Taking your pizza game to the next level, minimal effort is needed on your part. Stick to the recipe, throw the ingredients in, and let the mixer get to work.

13. Triple Chocolate Cake

Do you have a birthday party coming up, fancy a sweet treat. If you do, there is only one recipe for you.

That is this extremely delicious triple chocolate cake recipe. Moist, chocolatey, creamy, and fudgy, despite its appearance this cake is actually pretty light.

As if the cake wasn’t already tasty enough, the recipe uses chocolate chips to top the cake. This adds more chocolatey flavor and a more interesting texture to an already perfect cake.

14. Buffalo Chicken Dip

You can even make some pretty awesome dips using your KitchenAid Mixer.

One of our favorites is this buffalo chicken dip. Made with juicy shredded chicken, cream cheese, hot sauce, a creamy ranch dressing, and loads of cheese, this dip almost feels like a complete meal.

Perfect for parties and family dinners, this dip is a great centerpiece or a tasty appetizer. Go easy on the hot sauce if you’re not a big fan of spicy food.

15. Guacamole

Another fantastic dip you can make in your KitchenAid Mixer is guacamole. The best guacamole dips are those made using a simple recipe and ripe avocados.

That’s exactly what this recipe calls for. All you need to make the dip is your avocados, herbs, spices, and some toppings.

In all honesty, you can use whatever you want to flavor the dip, but we strongly recommend using lemon, cilantro, fresh tomato, and salt. You’ll be left with a sweet, tangy explosion of flavors. 

16. Whipping Cream

The next recipe on our list helps you make beautiful whipping cream. This is a useful recipe to know as there’s a huge range of dessert recipes that call for fresh whipping cream. 

Surprisingly easy to make, this whipped cream is light, fluffy, and flavorful. You can make the cream with almost no participation from yourself. Expect your whipped cream to be ready in just 10 minutes.

17. Buttercream Frosting

Another dessert topping you can make in a pinch using your mixer is buttercream frosting. Buttercream frosting is the go-to frosting for most cake recipes, so it only makes sense to know at least one recipe.

This recipe is super simple, producing a creamy, sweet frosting that goes with just about any dessert. 

The frosting is easily pipeable, making your life much easier when decorating your fresh cakes.

18. Coffee Cake

If you love a slice of cake with your coffee, you will adore this next recipe, as it helps you make a stunning coffee cake that’s tender, moist, and buttery. 

The cake has a thick layer of cinnamon sugar, a tasty crumb topping, and a sweet glaze to top things off. 

Just remember, the cake doesn’t contain any coffee. Coffee cakes are only called coffee cakes as they are supposed to be paired with coffee. 

19. Pretzel Bites

An awesome family treat or party snack, these small pretzel bites are firm and crunchy on the outside and chewy and soft on the inside. 

Requiring only 6 ingredients, the recipe shows you how to make the perfect pretzel before turning it into something a little more unique.

The pretzel bites taste exactly the same as normal pretzels, they just have a more unique appearance.

Serve the bites with a cheesy dip or cinnamon sugar.

20. Pavlova

Struggling for dessert inspiration? Why don’t you give this simple pavlova recipe a try? Fresh from the KitchenAid website, this recipe offers you the perfect dessert recipe when it comes to making something versatile.

The best thing about this pavlova recipe is that you can top your pavlova with whatever you want. Whether you want to use chocolate or fresh berries, this recipe has you covered.

The best thing about the recipe is that it only calls for 4 ingredients.

21. Coconut-Chocolate Mousse

Is there anything better than a smooth, rich, and sweet chocolate mousse after a filling meal? Personally, we don’t think there is. 

Packed with rich flavors, yet light and elegant, this chocolate mousse recipe brilliantly combines the chocolate flavors with the fresh flavors of the coconut.

For the best results, use a chocolate that has a cacao percentage of less than 64%.

Use a vegan chocolate bar to make the dessert dairy-free.

22. Key Lime Pie

The penultimate KitchenAid Mixer recipe on this list is a classic key lime pie recipe. Made using limes from the Florida keys, this pie is sweet, tangy, creamy, and stupendously delicious.

The sweetness of the Carnation Condensed Milk balances the tangy flavors of the lime perfectly to create a taste sensation. Meanwhile, the biscuit base only adds to the texture of the desert.

23. Gluten-Free Coconut Bread

The final recipe on our list is perfect for you if you’re following a gluten-free diet. It’s also a solid choice for anyone following a low-carb diet.

Made from scratch in under one hour, using just 7 ingredients, this bread requires no yeast whatsoever.

The bread is made using coconut flour and is slightly sweetened using honey. It can be eaten on its own or toasted and spread with jam.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is The Best KitchenAid Mixer?

Generally speaking, most KitchenAid Mixers are considered to be of high quality. However, the KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer is thought to be the best.

How Long Will My KitchenAid Mixer Last?

With proper care and maintenance, there’s no reason your KitchenAid Mixer can’t last forever.

What Is So Good About The KitchenAid Mixer?

The KitchenAid Mixer is versatile, dependable, easy to use, and powerful. It is incredibly useful as it can help you knead bread, make cakes, make homemade pasta, and make ice cream. The mixer can even be used to wash dishes.

Final Thoughts

This article has shown you 23 of the best KitchenAid Mixer recipes. After making your way through the list, you should know a wide range of things you can do using your mixer.

We’ve shown you everything from cakes and bread to desserts and dips.

All that’s left to do now, is get your KitchenAid mixer out, buy the ingredients you need, and start experimenting with the different recipes we’ve listed.

We’re sure you’ll love whichever recipes you choose to make first.

The Best 23 KitchenAid Mixer Recipes

The Best 23 KitchenAid Mixer Recipes

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