KitchenAid Artisan vs KitchenAid Pro 5 Plus

KitchenAid is readily available in any department store, so you can easily find one to try out. When I was shopping for a stand mixer myself, I went the old-fashioned route of going to a store and trying it out first before buying it. However, if you are near or unable to do this then KitchenAid does offer free shipping and free returns on all their products as long as they are returned within 30 days of purchase. If you have the money to spare or would prefer to not make your own research work then there are other benefits that comes with buying from KitchenAid.

Unlike other Kitchen Aid models, which are all made with stainless steel and ceramic components, the Artisan is a mixture of both stainless steel and cast iron. The settings on an Artisan mixer are also very easy to change and use than on most others models as it is not a dial system where you have to turn a knob or switch. However, it does feel quite heavy and might not be for one who has weak hands. This model also has a large capacity bowl and the twin beaters on this model is stronger than most others in terms of how it mixes ingredients. However, it is also the most expensive of all the models.

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This model is specifically for bread baking as it is more powerful than most other KitchenAid stand mixers with a 4.5 peak-horsepower motor. The largest bowl that comes with this product is 8 quarts and it has a 10-speed setting to choose from which makes it very versatile in terms of how you bake and mix your ingredients. It also comes with some accessories that can be used while you bake such as an egg whisk, wire whip and dough hook but these are available for separate purchase if you need replacements or extras to use at the same time as making bread or other baked goods.

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KitchenAid Artisan 5.5 Quart Attachment Mixer – White (KSM155PC)

The entire KitchenAid Artisan line is available in either white or black and it will come with a wooden storage case for easy storage away from the counter top. This model comes with a beater, dough hook and wire whip with the wire whip being used for mixing batters and the dough hook mainly used for mixing bread doughs. It also comes with all of its other accessories along with a recipe book for baking tips and good recipes that are based on whichever model you have purchased.

For the first time mixer baker

This product is, as you can guess from the name, a mixer for people who are new to baking and have not used a stand mixer before. Anybody can use this product but it will be especially suited for people who have weaker hands or might find operating other types of KitchenAid stand mixers difficult. It comes with three attachments, an egg whisk, dough hook and wire whip to perform different functions like whisking eggs or dough but these are replaceable if lost or broken. The bowl that comes with this product is also quite small in terms of capacity and cannot mix more than 6 cups of ingredients at once.

What is the difference between artisan and professional 5 plus?

The main difference is the fact that the professional mixer comes with a stronger motor which translates to it being able to handle thicker recipes better and also increases its overall power. However, it doesn’t have extra features like a larger bowl or light up buttons on the different settings like the artisan model does. It will produce most of the same results as an artisan with some minor exceptions but as it is slightly more expensive then many people would prefer to get an artisan instead.

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Bed, Bath & Beyond has a number of different KitchenAid stand mixers in stock for you to try out if you are interested and they offer free shipping on all orders over $29.99 if you do not need to return them.

Does KitchenAid Professional 5 plus have metal gears?

Yes, the gears are metal and does not have any gears made out of plastic.

Does KitchenAid Professional 5 plus have a rest for the bowl?

This is where I say “Yes” but it is not a heavy duty rest like the one that comes with the artisan model but more of a lighter duty plastic rest which does work quite well. The fact that the bowl is plastic does mean that it can scratch easier than other types of bowls and if you are planning to make use of an accessory then you might want to avoid buying this model as it will wear out faster due to its less durable materials.

When did Hobart stop making KitchenAid?

Hobart sold their KitchenAid line to the Whirlpool Corporation in 1987. The Hobart logo was kept on all of the KitchenAid products until 1991 when it was dropped entirely and all KitchenAid products started showing only the Whirlpool Corporation logo.

How big is the KitchenAid Professional 5 plus?

The bowl is 9.5 inches wide by 13.5 inches deep and the overall height of the product is 14.25 inches tall. So it is quite large in terms of dimensions compared to other stand mixers but this is because its larger power makes it more durable and able to handle thicker ingredients making it a wiser buy than smaller models that can only handle thinner ingredients by blending them together rather than beating them into a uniform mix.

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What are some of the accessories available for KitchenAid Professional 5 plus?

The accessories that come with this product include an egg whisk, dough hook and wire whip for doing different tasks during baking. However, you will also find other attachments available for this product such as a citrus juicer, food grinder, ice cream maker and a pasta maker which will only make your kitchen more efficient at performing its tasks.

Do KitchenAid Professional 5 plus have light up push buttons?

This mixer does come with LED lights for each of the different speeds so it makes it easier to see what speed is needed to perform specific tasks. The top of the mixer has buttons that are lit up when the mixer is in use and if the batter or dough are too thick then the base might light up as well if you left the ingredients in for too long.

When did whirlpool buy KitchenAid?

Whirlpool Corporation bought the well-known Kitchenaid brand in 1987 and still uses the name Kitchenaid for all of their stand mixers and other brands of products sold under their own name.

Final Thoughts:

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