A KitchenAid Mixer Giveaway!


CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED

Because you are all so amazing….and because I want you to be able to make your holiday foods without much elbow grease…

Today I am giving away a KitchenAid PRO 500 Series 5-Quart Mixer.  You will be able to attack your dough with ease and your cakes made from scratch will remain light and airy.

The Rules

Only ONE comment per person telling me, “What fabulous recipe you are going to make with this KitchenAid Mixer.”

Contest is open to everyone.

Contest ends, Saturday, December 11th at 7 AM (Pacific Time)…winner announced later that day.

***If you do not see your comment show up right away and this is your first time leaving one, you have to verify your email address (in your email) before it will show up!

~This is not a sponsored contest from KitchenAid…just from me. Happy Holidays

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1015 Comments

  1. Teresa 1

    I am going to make crescent rolls. YUMMY!

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  2. Robin 2

    I am going to make my AMAZING white chocolate chip macadamia nut cookies with this mixmaster!

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  3. Heather Egolf 3

    I am going to make Christmas sugar cookies! YUM

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  4. Lorrie 4

    Whipping the cream for pies!

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  5. Leigh 5

    Brownies, a cake, or bread!

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  6. charity kidman 6

    I will make divinity, fudge, pound cake and many many other wonderful holiday treats. Yippee….

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  7. Kate 7

    I’m going to make my mother’s famous ginger molasses cookies when I come home for the holidays from Europe!

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  8. I am going to make cookies lots and lots of christmas cookies

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  9. Ellari 9

    Homemade from scratch… monkey bread… yum and delish!

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  10. Christina Stover 10

    I’m so excited to make a complete batch of my families most favorite Christmas cookies. All in one sitting! I’ll be making date nut pinwheel, chocolate rolo, oatmeal raisin, chocolate chip and beautifully decorated sugar cookies. Some will be cookie pops for coworkers and friends! The rest will be on beautiful platters for my family, friends and myself to enjoy. It’s been a very difficult past few months for my family and nothing cheers them up more than being together and my fabulous cooking! I couldn’t be prouder to be such a wonderful baker and cook at 29 years old. Fortunately, I have my very own family to thank for that! Thank you and I hope you have a wonderful holiday season! Merry Christmas!! Christina

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  11. Kelly 11

    I’m going to make a cranberry orange coffee cake!

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  12. Deanna 12

    CHRISTMAS COOKIES!!

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  13. Chris 13

    I’m going to make my much loved rainbow layer cake! Yummy!

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  14. Robbi 14

    I am going to make homemade bread dough for foccacia and tignethes (greek fried bread sticks) YUM!

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  15. Jennie 15

    First thing would be chocolate chip cookies!

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  16. Susan 16

    A rosemary focaccia bread recipe.

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  17. Allison 17

    I would have a wonderful day with my mom making her ‘famous’ blueberry coffee cake!

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  18. Jenn C. 18

    I would love to use this for my Red Velvet Gooey Butter Cookies a variation of Paula Deen’s recipe. I’d love to use it for making bread dough as well.

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  19. renee 19

    I would make whipped cream… meringue pies… bread… lots of things I can’t make properly right now :)

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  20. Leanne Rioux 20

    I am going to make white chocolate peppermint cheesecake for the holidays in my new cheesecake pans

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  21. Amanda 21

    Oh my gosh, what NOT to make!! I think the first thing would have to be French Silk Pie!

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  22. Shannon 22

    My son and I are going to make lavender vanilla sugar cookies!

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  23. Dawn 23

    Yummy yummy Christmas cookies…first ones will be Peanut Butter Kisses of coarse!!

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  24. Ashley 24

    I will bake all the cookies ill take to my family’s Christmas cookie exchange and all the sweet treats I plan on giving everyone for Christmas gifts.

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  25. Cynthia Scheffler 25

    Creamy peanut butter pie with a chocolate cookie crumb crust~~my kids favorite! :-)

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  26. Laura 26

    Cinnamon rolls bursting with cinnamon and brown sugar and covered with warm rich buttery frosting… I think I need to leave work to make some right now!

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  27. Keeping in thed holiday spirit I would make a gingerbread pound cake with an orange glaze.

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  28. Meredith 28

    I will make my grandmother’s cocoa drop cookies!!

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  29. kelly 29

    christmas cookies, both sugar and chocolate chip, maybe with MnM’s and probably some banana bread!

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  30. Jenna 30

    I would love to make homemade chocolate chip cookies. One of my family favorites

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  31. Elainen 31

    Pizzelle cookies

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  32. Wade 32

    Bogie Brownies

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  33. Diana 33

    With that big beautiful piece of machinery I would start by making something I’ve always been nervous about making by hand: chocolate pie!

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  34. Robyn 34

    Cinnamon Chocolate Christmas Crunch Coffee Cake… mmmmmm :)

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  35. Christine 35

    I want to make a chocolate peanutbutter mousse cake. I had planned on making it for my boyfriend’s 30th birthday, but couldn’t find a mixer in time to make one. He’s been begging me to make it for him every since I mentioned it to him!

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  36. Shari S 36

    That is easy. Everything that needs to be mixed.

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  37. Wendy Cox 37

    My brother in law is in the Navy and stationed in Afghanistan so I try to send him care packages a few times a month with my homemade cookies, scones and breads that I do all by hand. I usually make about 500 cookies. Having a KitchenAid would help cut down on mixing time so I would have more time to make more to send to him and the men and women serving along side of him.

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  38. Crystal S. 38

    I would make my grandmother’s chocolate cake.

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  39. Katie 39

    After hugging and kissing my new mixer and much squee!-ing, I would make bread! and Christmas cookies!

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  40. Definitely two loaves of whole wheat bread! The texture is too dense when I knead by hand. I’ve wanted a Kitchenaid for such a long time, and this is just one of many things I’d do with this baby. Thanks for the opportunity. Love your blog–the pictures are always poppin’!

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  41. Alvin Singer 41

    I would make a variety of holiday cookies including spritz, gingersnaps and pecan crescents

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  42. Cream cheese cinnamon rolls…there’s just nothing better!

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  43. Amy S. 43

    I’d love to win this for my Granny. She has an old stand mixer and I’d love to give her something new and shiny that she’d love! So, I guess it’d be anything she wanted to make…

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  44. Matt 44

    Whip up some delicious Apple, Maple Sauerkraut Sausages…Mmmmm

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  45. Wendy W. 45

    I make a ridiculous cake that’s a two-layer devil’s food cake with a cheesecake in between … covered with fudge frosting :) Insanely over the top, but it’s fun to serve during the holidays!

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  46. cindi 46

    I’m going to make some festive peppermint shortbread cookies!

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  47. Rosey 47

    Crème Brûlée Cupcakes with 7 Minute Frosting!

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  48. Christie 49

    I will make marshmallows with a mixer. I have always wanted to try to make them.

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  49. I would love to make a strawberry shortcake with whipped cream frosting, yum! Cheers!

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  50. SANDI 51

    my Mother’s recipe for walnut melt aways

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  51. Merna Schneider 52

    What I will make with the Kitchenside mixer is the world’s best chocolate cake and even better frosting (frosting has a whole pound of chocolate in it)

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  52. Rich 53

    I’m going to make my wife her favorite Red Velvet cake.

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  53. Robin W. 54

    Velveeta Fudge for my son, the Marine!! It is so hard to stir at the end – and this will make it sooooo much easier!! Love your blog – thanks for the great chance at this rockin’ mixer!!!!

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  54. Lisa D 55

    I am going to make EVERYTHING with it! Ok, maybe just everything I bake… But still, I covet a stand mixer.

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  55. Paul 56

    Chocolate Stout Layer Cake with Chocolate Frosting. Oh yeah! It starts off as a standard chocolate cake, but with the addition of coffee and either a stout or porter, transforms into a holiday miracle!

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  56. Janice 57

    My favorite sesame seed cookies – an oldie but a goodie!

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  57. Kati 58

    Tons and tons of Christmas cookies!

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  58. Thanks for the chance. Nice giveaway! I would make cookies and lots of them!

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  59. Jane George 60

    I would love to have this for making bread, any kind.

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  60. Athena 61

    What a fantastic giveaway! I would make a delicious caramel pound cake with caramel and chocolate frosting. Yummy!

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  61. Jeff 62

    Lots of gingerbread cookies! Maybe even a house!

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  62. Nichole 63

    I will make gobs and gobs of whipped cream!

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  63. Teran 64

    I would love to use this to whip up some delicious pumpkin bread! It’s a holiday staple in my house, and this would certainly make it easier!

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  64. Elisa 65

    Homemade marshmallows!! And with the help of the mixer, I probably won’t stop there. Hehehehee…..

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  65. Barbie with a T 66

    I would be so excited to win the Kitchen Aid mixer. I have never had a stand type mixer. I had a hand held one many years ago, now I do everything by hand. I would make, among other things, a lemon meringue pie, and a cheesecake for my husband. Those are two things that I cannot do well without a mixer. He would be delighted and so would I.

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  66. Mark Kashdan 67

    BLT Steak Popovers!!!

    link to dailycandy.com

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  67. Lisa 68

    Cranberry White Chocolate Rugalah! Christmas is the only time I make these and would love to use the mixer to do it!

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  68. Robin 69

    What WON’T I make with this mixer! The first thing will most likely be cheesecake!

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  69. Gary 70

    I plan to mix up Xmas/Hannikah cookies. And LOTS of them!
    regards,
    Gary

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  70. Kelly M 71

    I will make Christmas cookies! I am so limited in my options without a KitchenAid Mixer!!

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  71. Andrea Lyons 72

    My Mom’s Rum Cake – amazing! For years she earned her ‘pin’ money baking this cake for a local consignment shop. Recipe below for those interested.

    BETTY ECKERSON’s RUM CAKE
    1 pkg Angel Food cake mix- use their directions.
    DO NOT grease pan. When cooked invert pan over wine bottle til cold about 2 hours. turn right side up.
    NEXT DAY slide a knife between pan and cake lift out with center hole. Put 3 tooth picks in a vertical row down outside of cake. With serated knife cut 2 slices horizontally making 3 layers.
    Lift and place the top layer RIGHT SIDE UP on a piece of wax paper—lift 2nd and place on another piece. Place bottom on a plate.

    FILLING-BEAT 2 sticks of butter with a box of XXXsugar and 2 egg yolks—add 3 Tbs. dark
    Rum and 3 Tbs whiskey and continue beating til nice and fluffy. Spread half of filling ontop,spreading well. Take next layer and place on top MATCHING tooth picks and spread the remaining filling on this. Place the top on all—matching tooth-picks. THIS MUST BE SERVED AT ROOM TEMP SO
    FILLING IS SOFT.
    This cake freezes well.

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  72. Susan 73

    My mother in law’s traditional sugar plum cake (we call it “bally cake”). A sinful combination of sweet yeasty dough, rolled in melted butter and cinnamon sugar soaked in maple syrup. Yum!

    Happy Holidays to all!

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  73. LindaK 74

    My Mom’s wonderful Amaretto Biscotti

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  74. Jan 75

    I would make oatmeal applesauce chocolate chip cookies.

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  75. My soon-to-be classic Kris Kringle cookies!

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  76. Bread!!! I want to make bread and cinnamon rolls and cookies. Oh wait, that wasn’t just one~!

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  77. Rachel 78

    I will be making brioche dough for my holiday Sabarina cake.

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  78. Jennifer Green 79

    I would love to have a Kitchen-Aid Mixer so that I can make my infamous Red Velvet Cake.

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  79. Ginny 80

    A HUGE batch of marshmallows, some rolled in toasted coconut and some plain for hot chocolate!

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  80. Megan T. 81

    I am dying to make the “Rise and Shine: Basic Brioche” recipe that I saw on Today’s Nest. I’m hoping to perfect my bread-making skills for the holidays!

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  81. Kimsue 82

    Black Bottom Cake!

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  82. carolyn milani 83

    Hot fudge Chocolate Cake!!! Pizza Dough Cinnamon Rolls….lots and lots of wonderful goodies!!!

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  83. rose 84

    I will make my world-famous peanut butter cookies

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  84. Richard B. Longfellow 85

    CAKE! Chocolate to be precise. Double chocolate fudge to be exact.

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  85. Angela G 86

    I’d give it to Mom, whose mixer is centuries old and smokes….

    She make the best zucchini bread, chocolate chip cookies, and would love to make some scones with a dough hook!!!!

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  86. Kathleen 87

    If I win the KitchenAid Mixer I’ll use it to make Molten Lava Cupcakes.

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  87. Lynda M 88

    Homemade bread & cinnamon rolls – yum!

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  88. kpies 89

    salted caramel cupcakes, yum!

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  89. Cari 91

    I am going to make so many pies over the holiday vacation with this mixer! My favorite is pear blackberry, but with all my free time (after the drudgery of a long law school semester) I’m going to experiment with new kinds of pie! Perhaps mini tarts, or galettes.. lemon blueberry perhaps!?

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  90. Homemade marshmallows and meringue cookies!

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  91. Meghan 93

    I would make bread, cookies, whipped cream and what ever else I can think of! I need one of these so bad!

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  92. Sharon 94

    I’m making Swedish tea rings for Christmas breakfast

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  93. Deeba 95

    Pick me please do. I’m gonna make macarons, macarons,macarons…and win the battle of those fiddly feet!

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  94. Now THAT is a gorgeous mixer! It would look BEAUTIFUL in my kitchen!

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  95. CarolJoy 97

    Divinity, can’t make good divinity with a hand mixer! And pound cake. And rolls. The longer I think the longer the list grows.

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  96. Emilee 98

    I would love to learn how to make homemade pasta!!! Our favorite recipe involves chicken alfredo and homemade pasta would put the icing on the cake for us!!

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  97. Heather H 99

    I’d like to make bread!

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  98. Karen 100

    I am going to make Grammy’s chocolate cookies!

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  99. Katie T. 101

    I’ll be making tons of sugar and gingerbread cookies as gifts and some delish cake balls and truffles for family!

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  100. Molly 102

    I want to make your hot chocolate cup cakes! those look AMAZING!

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  101. Maura 103

    Cinnamon Rolls or Christmas cookies!

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  102. Susan 104

    Will be whipping up a batch of Rum Balls using my mother’s recipe. Perfect for mailing to my sisters!

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  103. Amy 105

    Something with stiff peaks!

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  104. Penny 106

    My “famous” Jewish Apple Cake using my mother’s old recipe

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  105. Monica 107

    We are going to make Buche De Noel with Meringue Mushrooms, delicious and cheery! It would definitely benefit from being made with a beautiful KitchenAid Mixer!

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  106. Shannon 108

    I am going to make all kinds of christmas cookies. woo hoo!

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  107. What a wonderful and thoughtful giveaway! Can’t wait to create new gluten free, nut free recipes for my daughter and I to enjoy. No more sad holidays watching others enjoy their gluten-and-nut-laden treats. YAY for us itchy kids! :)

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  108. Jenny 110

    I plan to make some gluten free breads – cranberry, banana etc. to give as gifts this year. I think home baked goodies are some of the best presents.
    (What an amazing giveaway!)

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  109. Julia 111

    Wat a fantastic gift. If I were to win it I would use it to create my own pizzeria style pizza crust that I recently found the recipe for. Then I would…well, just to say that it would be greatly used.

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  110. Lisa 112

    I would be attached to the wonderful mixer for months making breads,cookies, pies, everything I could think of!

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  111. Doug 113

    Cookies of course, but I do need a cookie cutter of a pig with a little crown….

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  112. jodi adams 114

    I plan on making a ton of cookies and pies. I love to bake and broke my stand mixer last Christmas. Could really use this one :)

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  113. therese 115

    Black & White cookies!

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  114. Michael Nulty 116

    A batch of crispy oatmeal cookies!

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  115. Angie 117

    I would use this to crank out some amazing christmas cookie and cheesecakes!!

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  116. gkt 118

    I think I will try homemade pizza dough and other bread type recipes. Oh, and definitely cookies, lots of cookies during the holidays! :) :) :)

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  117. Can’t start with what I going to make! Macarons may be! What an amazing amazing giveaway!

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  118. Jenni 120

    I am going to make divine chocolate mousse with lots and lots of heavy cream. Mmmmm… thinking about it just makes my mouth water.

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  119. Diane 121

    My famous chocolate snowballs!!!

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  120. Sharon 122

    Will make and old family recipe for Stollen.

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  121. Stef 123

    I’m new to cooking, I stumbled upon your website for your brie and caramilized onion bake recipe and love what i’ve found. I would use the kitchenaid to further help me learn the art of baking. I would try to make everything in it! First I think I’ll start with my great grandmothers famous oatmeal cookies, YUM!

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  122. Kate 124

    Wow. This would be the best holiday gift ever! If I win, I’ll definitely make my family’s famous Swedish Struvor Cookies! Traditional and delicious! :)

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  123. Kira 125

    I plan on making Scottish Shortbread cutout cookies to decorate!

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  124. MelissaB 126

    I will be making my fabulous Giant Ginger cookies for family and friends.

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  125. Debbie Shull 127

    Pizzelles! Have a cookie exchange party every year and it would be a Godsend not to have to use a hand mixer!

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  126. Ryan Brissenden 128

    I’d make CHOCOLATE MOOSE and WHIPPED CREAM!!! And to be honest, I probably wouldn’t stop baking for days… I’ve ALWAYS wanted one of these :)

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  127. Joan Callaway 129

    If it comes in time, I’ll make a pumpkin cake roll for our holiday dinner…You have to beat the eggs on high speed for five minutes before gradually adding the sugar.

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  128. Karen 130

    I have wanted a KitchenAid for so long – what a wonderful giveaway. Someone will certainly be lucky. I would love to make yeast doughs – breads, rolls, pizza crust, just everything you need a mixer for!

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  129. Karen 131

    If I’m lucky enough to win this beauty, I’ll give it to my daughter so she can start her own 20+ year love affair with a KA Mixer!

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  130. Athina 132

    oh my dream mixer! : )
    I would make bread..my favorite thing in the world. Thanks

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  131. Michele 133

    Hot Milk Butter Cake

    4 eggs
    1 cup milk
    2 cups sugar
    2 sticks of butter
    2 cups of flour
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    2 teaspoons baking powder

    Beat 4 eggs till fluffy. Add 2 cups of granulated sugar. Beat at medium speed for 3 minutes. In another bowl, sift together flour, salt, and baking powder. Add dry ingredients to egg mixture and stir. Heat 1 cup of milk until boiling. Add 1 stick of butter to milk until it melts. Add to other mixture. Add 1 teaspoon vanilla. Mix well. Pour into greased 9x13x2 pan. Bake at 325 degrees for 35-40 minutes. While cake is still hot, rub 1 stick of butter over the top of cake.

    So good and delicious you will forget about all of the calories once you eat this :) Merry Christmas!

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  132. Traci Smith 134

    I would make my grandmothers cake recipe with her famous frosting. This frosting is better than any frosting I’ve ever tasted. She has a KitchenAid mixer and says its one of the keys to this recipe. Oh what I wouldn’t give to have this under my tree this year.

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  133. Sue in Cincinnati 135

    I’m going to make the traditonal Nestle Toll House cookies!

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  134. Rebecca 136

    I’m going to make a pumpkin pie bar for my elderly mother. She loves pumpkin pie, but cannot eat the crust. So a bar, with a heart-healthy bottom layer will thrill her!

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  135. Joy 137

    I will make bread dough. I am part of a grain CSA and I receive some freshly ground wheat flour that is so delicious.

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  136. Sue in Cincinnati 138

    Traditional Nestle Toll House cookies!

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  137. Mom24 139

    I would use this to make rolled gingerbread cookies. Yum!

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  138. Amber K 140

    Any and every Alton Brown Recipe. I think all sorts of Breads would be ideal :S

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  139. Neetu 141

    I am going to bake a black forest cake using my killer recipe!

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  140. Kimberly 142

    I would use to help us make our family tradition of communion bread. This recipe has been passed down from generations.

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  141. I would make my Husband’s favourite cookies. Its my own recipe for anise cookies with strawberry filling.
    Happy Holidays!
    *kisses* HH

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  142. Gay 144

    My grandmother’s kolaches…..they were my favorite of hers and I need a mixer to make them! That paddle attachment is something I don’t have.

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  143. Jessica 145

    I would make a home made Chocolate cake for my boyfriend. :)

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  144. Ashley Smith 146

    I would make my dad’s famous carrot muffins. They are so good, they don’t even need frosting! Although, a little never hurt anyone… :)

    1 cup finely shredded carrots

    3 eggs

    1 tsp baking soda .

    2 tsp. cinnamon.

    ½ c sliced walnuts.

    1 ½ c brown sugar, firmly packed.

    2 tsp. baking powder.

    ½ tsp salt.

    1 ½ c all-purpose flour.

    1 c vegetable oil.

    ½ c canned crushed pineapple in juice, drained.

    Sift first five ingredients into a mixing bowl. In a separate bowl, whisk together the oil,sugar & eggs.Stir the liquid mixture into the flour; mix well. Add the next four ingredients; stir again. Grease & flour a 12 cup cupcake pan Fill the pans 2/3 full with batter. Bake at 350* for about 30 min.

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  145. Taunzi 147

    Chocolate Chip cookies for the neighbors!

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  146. Cyndi 148

    I’m going to make a delicious gluten free honey and oat bread. It is amazing! I’ve been wanting a mixer forever, but they are just so darn expensive! I think it would make this recipe SO SO SO much easier. THANKS!

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  147. Kat 149

    I love to make a pantry pancake and waffle mix and an electric mixer will make mixing the dry ingredients together so much easier.

    Use freshly milled grains.

    3 c hard white wheat
    1 c buckwheat
    .5 c corn
    .5 c rice
    .5 barley
    1.5 c oatmeal (blend in food processor until powdered)
    2 cups powder milk
    5 tablespoons baking powder
    2 tablespoons baking soda
    1 cup sugar
    2 tablespoons salt
    1 tablespoon of cinnamon

    Mix all together in a very large bowl and divvy up into gallon sized freezer storage bags. I would mark the date with a Sharpie pen and keep it in the freezer although you can keep in your pantry.

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  148. Alex 150

    I will try to make Merengue-buttercream. I’ve seen it being made in a couple of videos and my poor wrists wouldn’t be able to do that.

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  149. Tess 151

    I will make chocolate peanutbutter chip banana bread for all of my friends

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  150. Andrea 152

    Ooooh, I would make cookies and muffins every day! :)
    Love, Andrea

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  151. corinne 153

    I still need to make your mini peanut butter-finger cheesecakes! (And 10,000 other things that would be ever so much easier with a mixer!)

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  152. Melissa C 154

    I would love to make a pavlova like I had on my cruise in Italy. Sadly, I think my hand mixer motor might burn out if I tried to make it.

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  153. Andrea Ludtke 155

    Cinnamon rolls!

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  154. Janice 156

    I would make a Black Forest Cheesecake, which is to die for.

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  155. Jason Moore 157

    Oh man, I would have to make every single chocolate chip cookie recipe I have ever seen. Why not? After that I would then go through my recipe catalog and make all the recipes that called for a stand mixer just because I could.

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  156. Anna 158

    I’m totally making my 30th birthday cake with this bad boy. Winter Solstice birthday, what what!

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  157. Melissa 159

    I plan to try homemade marshmallows!

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  158. Hope Friend 160

    I’m not much of a baker myself, but my boyfriend could really use one of these mixers. He makes the best homemade bread & pizza crusts and I’m sure one of these machines would make life in the kitchen a lot easier for him. I love looking at websites and blogs to get ideas/suggestions for recipes… And it’s always nice to reap the benefits of a Baking Boyfriend.

    I share!

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  159. Jared 161

    I would make a gluten free roll recipe for my wife who can’t have regular bread, muffins or rolls.

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  160. Abby 162

    Chewy ginger cookies, my all-time favorite holiday cookie.

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  161. Jen 163

    I would make tons of bread dough… It would be so much easier with this mixer!

    Happy Holidays!

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  162. Libby 164

    Buttery, buttery shortbread!

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  163. Rachel 165

    As the office’s designated baker and cupcake connoisseur you can bet I will be making loads of homemade cupcakes — especially the recipes that call for a stand mixer that I haven’t been able to tackle!

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  164. to be honest, i’m not going to make anything, but my wife will hopefully be making her famous chocolate chip cookies. they are a church favorite.

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  165. Dunne' 167

    What aren’t I going to make with it?! Let’s see…cookies, homemade breads, cakes, cupcakes, pizza dough…I could go on and on!

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  166. Crystal Thoma 168

    I would make Italian Rustic bread with a sourdough twist…then a little excellent olive oil dipping sauce…paired with a little excellent Noble Pig Pinot Noir! Yum! 😎

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  167. Abigail 169

    I would definitely knead bread dough. My mom’s recipe was passed down to her from her great grandmother, its wonderful!

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  168. Larry 170

    Since good pizza is hard to find here.
    I would use it for pizza dough

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  169. Margaret 171

    Buttercream frosting! My hand mixer died two nights ago when I made that. I need vindication!

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  170. Lindsay 172

    lots of christmas cookies!

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  171. John Dewar 173

    My grandmother’s cowboy cookies.

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  172. Anthony 174

    A greek pastry called tsoureki!

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  173. Susan 175

    Golden Citrus Chiffon Cake. I’ve been dreaming about it again.

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  174. ellie k 176

    I would make home made yeast rolls for my family.

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  175. Lori 177

    My family’s favorite christmas cookies: a M&M/rice krispy/peanut butter drop cookies.

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  176. Carla 178

    A warm hearty bread, especially for the winter, Caraway Casserole Rye Bread.

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  177. Sonia 179

    I would love to make a pie! I’ve never made one before! This would be the perfect excuse to do so :)

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  178. Karen A. 180

    My Christmas motning coffecake- streusel topping, batter, whipped egg whites. The mixer will be used for all of the above.

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  179. Rachel 181

    cupcakes – lots and lots of cupcakes :)

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  180. Heather 182

    I would make pretzels! They are so delicious a nice chewy hot pretzel straight out of the oven is heaven but the dough is hard to work with I NEED a kitchen aid for it!!! =)

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  181. Aissa 183

    I’m going to make tons of different Christmas cookies to give away to friends and family. Ginger cookies…sugar cookies…chocolate snowballs…mexican hot chocolate cookies…etc, etc!

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  182. leana 184

    Chewy Choc. chips cookies, my kids eat them up.

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  183. Nivedita 185

    I plan on making some GF Maple spice cookies and definitely try more GF recipes in future.

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  184. Kate 186

    Chocolate toffee cookies! Not exactly a holiday cookie, but so amazing I look for any excuse to make ’em!

    link to smittenkitchen.com

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  185. Leigh 187

    Pound cakes! Maybe butter, maybe almond … sour cream, … I love ’em all!

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  186. Nick 188

    I will be making a double batch of one of my favorites, Challah bread!

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  187. Carolyn 189

    I am planning to make my special holiday whipped potatoes with sour cream, chives, pimientos, cheeses yum!!

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  188. Marisa 190

    A family favorite… chocolate chip cookies. They were the first thing I ever learned how to bake.

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  189. Joey 191

    My friend’s mom was born and raised in Rome. While I realize this isn’t a quintessentially Italian thing, she makes the most banging pizza ever, and it all starts with the dough. She claims I can simply use my tiny food processor if I work patiently, but graduate students never have time for patience in the kitchen!

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  190. Jim 192

    While I cook up some bacon on the stove, the mixer will be slaving away, kneading dough. Crumbled bacon gets added to dough, then formed into rolls. Next, I’ll dump in the ingredients for my pork rub, top secret, so I just can’t list them here. Once it’s all churned together, the Boston Butt gets the rub, and onto the smoker it goes. But that mixer isn’t finished yet, because it has to combine the ingredients for the sauce, also top secret, into a pot and then the smoker to slow cook with the pork, thickening up and gathering more flavor.
    The final product is pulled-pork sliders on bacon rolls with homemade sauce.

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  191. Hector 193

    Profiterols. Just that!

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  192. I would totally whip up my favorite childhood Christmas treat, Meringue Mushrooms. You beat up a thick meringue, pipe mushroom “stems” and “caps” individually on a cookie sheet, bake (well, just dry out, really) at about 250 degrees for a couple of hours, and then paint chocolate under caps before sticking them together. Best. Candy. Ever. Thanks for this post!

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  193. Megan 195

    I’m going to make my best friend’s traditional Christmas sugar cookie recipe – and then decorate them!

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  194. Natalie 196

    My mother’s jam kolaches. They’re may all-time favorite Christmas cookie.

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  195. Jason R 197

    I’d love to make my Moms recipe for homemade bread, it’s pretty amazing.

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  196. Matthew Mobilio 198

    I am going to make loaf upon loaf of pumpkin bread until my family begs me to stop

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  197. Ginny 199

    well, it is about time I start diving into the Tartine bread boo!

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  198. nina 200

    Without a doubt my chocolate mousse cake!

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  199. Aimee 201

    Homemade cinnamon rolls with cream cheese icing!! So much easier with a good mixer! =)

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  200. Linda C 202

    Oh to win something I have been lusting over for years. My mother had one she used all the time, but when she passed away, my father (who didn’t bake) put her mixer in a box and placed it in the garage. Years later my husband moved the box and the mixer fell to the cement garage floor:( Broken! I cried.
    If I won this I would blessed.

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  201. deni 203

    My grandma’s Nisu (finnish cardamon bread).
    You are quite generous -Thanks for the fabulous giveaway.
    Good luck to all.

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  202. Brittany 204

    pies! lots and lots of pies

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  203. sippy 205

    Macaroons! They are such adorable little creations that I want to try to make them. I need to confirm their deliciousness.

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  204. Emily 206

    What a wonderful giveaway :) I would make all my cookies for the holidays, I have so many to make!

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  205. Jamie 207

    I am hoping to make a rainbow layer cake with a butter cream frosting. Not having to mix with a spoon would make my life a lot easier!! My sister will also be in Korea for the holidays, and they don’t have ovens in their apartments there. I will be sending her lots of baked goods to help her keep the holiday spirit.

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  206. Sallie Carter 208

    I have never owned one of these mixers and would look forward to all it’s capabilities!! Plus it just looks awesome!

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  207. Jan 209

    My “Damn Chicken Tarts”, a rather-involved recipe I stumbled on 20+ years ago and one my family won’t let me in the door if they are not in hand! No, seriously!

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  208. Emily F. 210

    Cranberry Oatmeal Raisin cookies!!!

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  209. Caroline 211

    I am going to make cheese straws, my favorite southern Christmas tradition.

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  210. Susan 212

    How about angel food cake and just about everything else! Amazing gift. Thanks.

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  211. Katy 213

    I saw these posted the other day (link to makeandtakeblog.com) but had a terrible time getting them to puff up right with my hand mixer :-)

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  212. Alicia 214

    Actually I would give it to my sister in law Norma because she loves to cook and she doesn’t have one.

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  213. Alison 215

    Homemade marshmallows! :)

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  214. Jen BB 216

    I have had this plan forever, about what I would make first should I ever have the good fortune to own an honest-to-goodness KitchenAid Mixer: I am going to make my first-ever lemon meringue pie, because I would finally be able to whip the egg whites to stiff peaks! I’ve never made a lemon meringue pie before, because I just cannot deal with the hand beating.

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  215. Niki 217

    I’m going to make lots and lots of cookies!!!!!

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  216. Aubri 218

    Lots and lots of cookies! And maybe some holiday bread too!

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  217. Christen Chalmers 219

    Orange Poundcake with chocolate…yum!!!

    And Banana’s Foster Bread

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  218. Jamie 220

    I will be baking my sister holiday treats while she is away in Korea for the holidays. I am also hoping to make a layered rainbow cake with butter cream frosting!

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  219. Hayley 221

    I will be making my mother’s famous sugar cookies!!

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  220. Matt 222

    I’m going to make cakes glore.

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  221. Lauren 223

    First that AWESOME that you are giving away a KitchenAid mixer! Its a running joke in my family that when someone decides to propose to me I’ll ask for a KitchenAid mixer instead of a ring, funny thing is its not really a joke on my end I’m serious. I would LOVE to make two of my fav cookies Caribbean Lime Coolers and Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies. I make 8 dozen batches of each every year, and ps do you know how hard it is mixing that many batches by hand?

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  222. Kristy 224

    I would definitely make Christmas Cookies! Maybe those Port Balls you made for me…oh, those were sinful!

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  223. Daphne 225

    With this mixer I would make my friend Jan’s amazing cinnamon rolls. She makes them for us every year around the holidays and I always want to make them, but, don’t have the right equipment. If I had this mixer, I’d be in cinnamon roll heaven!

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  224. Mary 226

    With this mixer, I would make a triple batch of Framed’s Grandma’s Molasses cookies. My mixer barely survived the one batch I made, but I need to make more, because they pretty much redefined Christmas Cookies for me :)

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  225. Carly 227

    Peppermint chocolate crinkle cookies! They just scream the holidays.

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  226. Vicki 228

    Many,many christmas cookies

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  227. Samantha 229

    Homemade croisants! yum!

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  228. Carolyn 230

    I am going to make cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting.

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  229. Kristen 231

    I will be making big batches of raspberry walnut rugelach to share with my family!

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  230. Erin 232

    Bread, glorious bread. And chocolate chip cookies.

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  231. Joann 233

    Dough for my mom’s delicious calzone, filled with spinach, sausage, ricotta, parmesan, tomatoes, and mozzarella!

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  232. Jennifer 234

    since i’ve never had a mixer and still only use a small hand one, i would make ANYTHING out of my King Arthur Cookbook….finally! :)

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  233. Lori 235

    Loads and loads of Christmas cookies- triple batches!

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  234. Marisa 236

    I will finally conquer my fear of baking bread!

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  235. Homemade brioche! I haven’t made it in years.

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  236. Joe Sterne 238

    Homemade whipped cream!

    http://joesterne.com

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  237. Sarah 239

    I have always wanted to make some kind of tart. I’ve thought they would be difficult to make since they look so elegant. If I had a mixer like this, I would attempt my very first tart. I think I would try a recipe that I found recently-Dark Chocolate Raspberry Tart-and if it turned out, I would take it to my family’s Christmas to eat for dessert. I’m pretty sure my family would be surprised and wonder what I used to make this (hopefully) wonderful Christmas tart!

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  238. Stacey 240

    I would make my cinnamon rolls. My husband thinks I don’t love him and they always make him know I do.

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  239. Emily Salway 241

    I will be making your easy honey whole wheat bread every day with this mixer!:)

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  240. Liz J. 242

    Enough cookies to fatten up all of my neighbors :)

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  241. Gonna have to whip up some of my famous (and now easier to make, [crosses fingers]) banana bread!

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  242. Jessie J 244

    Well… this KitchenAid Mixer would be great to have for my family’s kitchen. We recently moved to Portland, and we misplaced some items in the move & our old reliable KitchenAid was in one of the boxes.
    So, we would make our Christmas Cooking, and we would make a few new recipes with this Mixer.

    :) ~ Happy Holidays Everyone ~

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  243. kelly 245

    Christmas cookies!! :)

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  244. Dorothy Wandruff 246

    I am going to make tons of Christmas bread, as only this machine can do…over and over and over. But I also plan to make Michele’s Butter Milk cake in the comment above, but I’ll do that today. Thanks! dw

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  245. Sarah Jo 247

    I’m going to make chocolate chip cookies!

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  246. scones scones and scones! oh and vegan chocolate cake! <3

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  247. Danish Spritz Cookies!

    I’m a recent graduate who has just started a career in advertising at The Martin Agency in Richmond, VA. This year will be the first time in my entire life that I won’t be able to spend all of the holidays with my family. But one thing that always makes me feel at home, closer to my family, is the recipes we all share. My girlfriend and I even started a food blog to help stay connected with our families – link to bcittastesgood.com

    I can’t afford many kitchen tools, and therefore I don’t have any sort of mixer at all. Winning this mixer would give me a way to easily whip up all of the holiday favorites that I’ve gotten to enjoy with my family over the years, even when they are hundreds of miles away. Specifically – I’d make my little brother’s guilty pleasure, Danish Spritz Cookies. It would mean so much to be able to make lots of these so that I can share pictures and the recipe on my blog, and even send him some of my handiwork, to see how it stacks up against my grandmothers. That would be the best Christmas gift I could ask for!

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  248. I am going to make yeast bread with basil and sundried tomatoes!

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  249. Kristy 251

    i’m going to attempt to make butter!!! tasty tasty butter!

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  250. Anna 252

    i haven’t had a mixer since i lived with my mother (i’m 30 now and didn’t hang around the nest for very long). I have, however, continued to cook & bake using my arms and grit to get the job done. i did borrow a mixer from a friend to make the chocolate soufflé cookies…but i had to give it back. i have made dinner rolls, cookies, cakes, muffins and all sorts of things sans mixer.

    on to my recipe: last year i took your Guinness stout gingerbread recipe and made cake balls with cream cheese frosting and almond bark to give away as gifts (along with a half pint jar of cranberry tangerine chutney!). i plan to make the gingerbread cake balls again because they were such a hit!

    please pick me – my baking possibilities would be endless!!

    anna

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  251. christine yoo 253

    cookies! all kinds of cookies, i’ve been having dreams about creaming butter and sugar in one of these beauties!

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  252. Becki J 254

    The first thing that I would make is egg nog. I made it last year in my MIL’s mixer and I would love to make it in my own Kitchen Aid at home!

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  253. Yvonne B 255

    The first thing I’ll make with this mixer is cheesecake!

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  254. Suz 256

    Lots and lots of Christmas cookies.

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  255. Nicole DiMara 257

    I am going to make a delicious M & M cookies that my grandmother has made for the past 60 years.

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  256. Kyle 258

    I am going to make Springerle cookies! If you don’t know what they are, Springerles are German Christmas cookies which are rolled with a special roller to create intricate details. They are then allowed to dry before being baked to preserve this detail. They are slightly sweet and coated with anise seed on the bottom giving it a fantastic, sweet, licorice, spice flavour and creating a delicious aroma. They are my favourite Christmas cookies.

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  257. Irene Jones 259

    For years I’ve been baking/decorating cakes for family & friends and I’ve just started selling them – got my 1st wedding cake order (for 150 guests) and this mixer would really come in handy since all I have right now is a hand mixer.

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  258. allison 260

    My annual Christmas Eve coconut cake. Yum! Happy Holidays.

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  259. Lorna E 261

    I would use the mixer to make cinnamon roll dough first. I just saw a new easy recipe for them & am itching to try it!

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  260. Kristin Schnurbusch 262

    My mom and my sister and my grandmother have one and they LOVE THEM! I want one for myself too. They all use them to bake tons of different things so I would find some GREAT baking recipes to try. <3

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  261. Angie 263

    I want to make homemade bread! Alllllll kinds!!!!

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  262. Mary Smith 264

    I am going to cookies, cookies, and more cookies!

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  263. Margaret 265

    If I win I will attempt ever recipe in the Martha Stewart Cookie book.

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  264. I plan on making Thomas Kellers fab recipe for brioche bread!

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  265. Ann 267

    I have always wanted one of these! Cookies, bread, brownies OH MY!!

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  266. Hanna 268

    I would make my bubbe’s fantastic roll out cookies. Thank you for this awesome giveaway!
    Hanna

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  267. Michael C 269

    Homemade pizza dough to use for parmesan breadsticks and barbecue chicken pizza!

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  268. Jenna 270

    I would make my mom’s yummy Butterhorn Rolls, then I’d make a huge batch of Mrs. Field’s Cookies! I’ve never had one of these…wouldn’t that be something! (:

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  269. Laura 271

    Mmmm…milk chocolate and hazelnut scones. So good.

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  270. Rebecca 272

    Italian Christmas cookies! The ones with anise extract. YUM!!!

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  271. Marie 273

    Chocolate Spice Zucchini Cake (Food.com). Tasty and sneeks in a veggie!

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  272. Nick 274

    With a new KitchenAid mixer, I would make the most amazing chocolate chip cookies! They recipe is based on cookies from Levain Bakery in New York.

    link to triciaskitchen.blogspot.com

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  273. Julia 275

    First, cupcakes. Then, bread. Then, pancakes. Then, oh man, the options are endless!

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  274. Carolyn C. 276

    My little hand mixer is 30 years old and I need a new one to make my special holiday whipped potatoes with chives, pimientos, sour cream and cheeses yum!!

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  275. Amy 277

    Chocolate Babka — the mixer would be perfect for making the brioche dough.

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  276. Hannah V 278

    I will make my coworker’s wedding cake!

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  277. Jean 279

    I’m going to make my Grandma Mulhern’s famous chocolate made with cold coffee. The grown up Granddaughters always request this for every holiday.

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  278. tracey 280

    OH WOW! I asked Santa for one of these….but it would be cool if I could WIN it! :) I recently found a recipe for strawberry bars and the mix is hard to blend with just a spoon, so I think a big bath of bars would be the 1st thing I made! :) YUM!

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  279. Ashley 281

    I make holiday cookies for all my loved ones every year at Christmas. This would make it so much easier!

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  280. April in CT 282

    A double batch of pumpkin bread to give as gifts!!

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  281. Mike 283

    I’m going to get the grinder attachment and make my own ground beef for burgers.

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  282. Cindy S 284

    I will be making lots of goodies :) Cookies, bourbon balls, brownies, bread, and probably MORE cookies!

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  283. amy 285

    i feel in love w/ kitchen aids at the tender age of 14 at my very first job in a cakery. a cakery, as you might have guessed, is like a bakery but just for cakes. lovely lovely cakes. i was never able to afford one of my own until i got married, but alas, we divorced and my ex used the kitchen aid daily for bread making, so i generously let him have it. it should be noted that the mixer was the only thing he got…
    I would use this awesome mixer for EVERYTHING…I make an exeptional pumpkin cheesecake, great bread, but my favorite is the pistachio torte filled w/ lemon curd!

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  284. J. Bradshaw 286

    I’ve got a whole pile of bread recipes that are screaming for a new mixer!

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  285. Kirsten 287

    One word: Merangue

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  286. Laura C. 288

    I will make good old fashioned whole wheat bread!

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  287. kd 289

    Brownies!! W/dark chocolate chips & pecans

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  288. Katie 290

    I would make any kind of cookies with my mom! This would be her Christmas present, she’s been wanting one for ages!

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  289. Linda 291

    Homemade from scratch Coconut Cupcakes and tons of holiday cookies! Thanks!

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  290. DebH 292

    I will be making bread…bread and lots of bread!! Cinnamon rolls, crusty 8 grain loaves and even glazed raised doughnuts!!!

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  291. S. Wall 293

    Cookies: chocolate chip, quiet, spritz, krumkake, pecan balls, and more

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  292. laura 294

    i want to make delicious homemade bread ! crusty crust, chewy & moist inside.

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  293. Stephanie B. 295

    My dad’s famous egg nog – requires lots of mixing and beating and this would be PERFECT to help make the process more enjoyable!!

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  294. Joann 296

    Dough for my mom’s delicious calzone, filled with spinach, sausage, ricotta, parmesan, tomatoes, and mozzarella!

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  295. heather 297

    Piles and piles of my Whole Foods knock-off Seeduction bread!

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  296. Robin O. 298

    Would definitely make a flourless chocolate cake!

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  297. Zahra Duffy 299

    Cinnamon rolls!!!!! 😀

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  298. Carly 300

    I would make a huge batch of sugar cookies for christmas!

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  299. Minna 301

    Cookies galore! I usually fear making these, but a mixer would assuage my fears!

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  300. I aspire to make banana bread for all my friends and family.

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  301. Tim 303

    Spicy meatloaf, my family’s favorite.

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  302. Joann 304

    My mom’s recipe for calzone: filled with spinach, sausage, parmesan, mozzarella and ricotta!

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  303. lori 305

    brad, bread and more bread! fantastic giveaway!!!!

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  304. Linda M. 306

    Chocolate Comfort Cookies—they are so thick I have to use a wooden spoon to mix them up, and my arm gets tired!

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  305. Nicole 307

    I am going to make all our cookies, from the sugar cutouts to gingersnaps to jelly! And maybe some bread, too. And real whipped cream for the cherries jubilee.

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  306. Andrew 308

    Classic chocolate chip cookies!!

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  307. Neil 309

    Cinnamon rolls, baby. Yeah.

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  308. Kristy 310

    i’m going to attempt to make butter!!! tasty tasty butter!

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  309. Julie Mishler 311

    Cookies, Cookies, Cookies!!! My college daughters and I have a mad baking weekend, and everyone has a specialty. I’m in charge of powdered sugar sugar cookies with cream cheese frosting. My oldest is a traditionalist with toll house cookies – she refuses to stray from the Nestle’ recipe, saying if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. My youngest makes the most delicious molasses cookies. She refuses to eat them, because she says they smell “gross” while she is mixxing them up – but there would be grandparent mutiny if she failed to present them on Christmas morning. So…we girlies need us a Kitchen Aid Mixxer!!!!

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  310. Sarah S. 312

    I’m finally going to attempt to make French macarons! I fell in love with them when I studied abroad in Paris, and now my goal is to recreate my favorite flavors, like pistachio, raspberry, and chocolate (as well as more exciting ones once I get the hang of it!)

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  311. Chinyere 313

    I am going to make CHEESECAKE!! Lovely caramel topped and vanilla wafer-crusted CHEESECAKE! : )

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  312. maureen 314

    I will make maple cream bon bons!

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  313. Lauren 315

    I recently saw a recipe for Cinnamon Cream Cheese Breakfast Bars. Sounded like a sweet treat for Christmas Day morning. and I don’t have a mixer! That’s definitely what I’d make.

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  314. Alison 316

    Five flavor pound cake!!

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  315. Stephanie 317

    I would love to make gluten free chocolate chip cookies!

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  316. Chinyere 318

    This sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

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  317. Courtney 319

    I will be making sugar cookies!!!

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  318. Andy 320

    I’d do my honey butter brown sugar bread, some Divinity, then my mother-in-laws AMAZING pound cake…then go from there!

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  319. Kathy 321

    I’m going to make your Chopped Holiday Salad. It will make such a healthy, colorful, delicious addition to our Holiday table and my vegetarian daughter will love having something festive just for her. Thank you for the great recipe!!!

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  320. Paige 322

    BREAD! I always shy away from bread recipes because I don’t have a mixer, so I would love to have a mixer to attempt some fancy bread!

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  321. Amanda 323

    I will make bread! Lots of bread! I need a mixer SO BADLY! *sigh*

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  322. donni 324

    I would love to make my candy cane christmas cookies and banana bread! xo

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  323. Marie 325

    The first thing I would make with this is my gingerbread recipe! Yesterday I made a quadruple batch with a little old hand mixer, and it became obvious: I need more horsepower!

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  324. Andrea 326

    Many delicious goodies including Greek koulourakia cookies, Serbian pogacha bread, and chai cake.

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  325. Gigi 327

    Chocolate pound cake and i love to have the mixer.

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  326. Lisa 328

    I’m going to make sugar cookies and NOT worry about the mixer motor overheating and burning up like I do now.

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  327. Tamena 329

    I’d like to take a shot at actual Christmas cookies this year – it’s been a LOOOOONG time since I’ve baked with my daughter

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  328. Tiffany 330

    I’m super broke this year, so I’m baking my Christmas gifts. A new KA would spare my arms and make it SO much faster!

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  329. Christina Madison 331

    cookies, cookies, and more cookies! Gingersnaps, sugar cookies, and more!

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  330. Alison Campbell 332

    Bun – it’s a West Indian bread usually made around Easter and called “Easter Bun.” It’s very thick dough and oh so yummy.

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  331. David P. Swindler 333

    Seafoam salad, using fresh cream!

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  332. Debbie R. 334

    A family favorite cookie recipe – it is a pastry dough with fruit preserve filling – delicious!!!

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  333. Neva 335

    I would make an old german spice cookie our neighbour always made. You can use the dough for cookies, for squares and add different chips or cherries to each batch. Wonderful flavor, but can’t make them without a good mixer.

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  334. Di 336

    I plan to give this mixer to my husband. He is the baker in the house so to be honest, I have no idea what recipe he will make with it. He does however make some killer coffee cake so I can only hope, right?

    Di

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  335. Laura L. 337

    Batters galore! Cakes, cookies, frostings! Yum!

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  336. Biz 338

    I love my Kitchen Aid stand mixer – the only problem is that I’ve had it since 1986 and I think its time for a new one, so just pick me, okay??!!

    I would make the best pizza dough in that machine! 😀

    Happy Friday and have a wonderful weekend Cathy! 😀

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  337. Laurie Jesch-Kulseth 339

    I would love to make some brioche with that fancy mixer!

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  338. Bethany 340

    I would make some bread!

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  339. Jamie Mosley 341

    I am going to make the biggest batch of cookies EVER!!!

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  340. pam 342

    I’m would make Christmas cookies, just like the good old days. If the good old days had included this mixer, they would have been the very good old days.

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  341. Elaine 343

    I am going to make cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning. Can’t you just smell how fabulous the house will smell?

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  342. Patricia R 344

    I’ll start with a pina colada cake for my mom’s birthday!

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  343. Ali 345

    My great grandma’s homemade “Christmas noodles”!

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  344. Carly. D 346

    With that mixer, I would make the best turtle cheese cake muffins

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  345. Jackie 347

    I would make something from my new Magnolia Cupcake cookbook. Red velvet, vanilla..yum!

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  346. Ash 348

    Rosemary and olive Focaccia bread!

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  347. Vanessa 349

    Ohhh – I would LOVE to make bread!

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  348. babs 350

    My snickerdoodle recipe has gone through 3 hand mixers!

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  349. Gigi Schaalje 351

    I would make banana bread!

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  350. Kari Moore 352

    Bread, bread and more bread. Right now, I knead it all by hand. This would make my life sooooo much easier!

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  351. Alissa 353

    I will be making my chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting!

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  352. Tina K. 354

    I will make delicious banana nut bread. Or maybe some cookies! I’ve always avoided making a lot of cookies during the holiday because of all the mixing involved.

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  353. Joann Petty 355

    I am going to make up my OWN new recipe with this mixer!

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  354. Tom Warnock 356

    I want to make some christmas cookies and have been putting off! I have also been dying to be able to make some homemade bread!

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  355. Alia 357

    Oooh, there are so many cookie recipes I would like to try with a stand mixer like this: chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, sugar cookies, maybe even some peanut butter!! I’m getting excited just thinking about it!

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  356. Cristin 358

    Lots of Christmas cookies!

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  357. Sonya 359

    I would love to make all kinds of things with this mixer. shortbreads, cheesecake, redvelvetcake and of course sugar cookies!!

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  358. Teresa 360

    I’m going to make a great recipe that calls for pumpkin, cream cheese, vanilla, and eggs. A great mixer would make it so much easier. I haven’t entered a giveaway in awhile so hope I win this one.

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  359. What wouldn’t I make with this mixer!?! Banana Bread, Butterscotch cookies, Sugar cookies, cakes, mashed potatoes, etc.

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  360. linda 362

    raspberry macarons…just took a baking workshop on macarons!
    thanks for including me in this fab giveaway!

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  361. Katie 363

    I would make my family’s favorite – Black Russian Cake. It’s the most moist chocolate-y Kahlua cake ever!

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  362. Kim bourcier 364

    I make cookies for the 16 stores within my company, I need this!

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  363. Sarah Moyer 365

    My grandmother’s delicious oatmeal cookies! A classic teat that never gets old!

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  364. Brian 366

    I believe i would make this link to noblepig.com for it’s “christening”

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  365. Anke 367

    I would make Gingerbread cookies and shapes to make a gingerbread house! I’ve never made a homemade gingerbread house before! :)

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  366. Westie 368

    Uncle Norm’s Christmas Cookies (Top Secret Recipe)

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  367. Chelsea 369

    I’d make some Mamaw B cookies because it’s just not the holidays without having some!

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  368. Blanca Rojas 370

    I will be attempting to make your Best Ever Buttermilk Biscuits!!

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  369. Kelsey 371

    I would make Great Grandma’s divinity recipe, because one of the other cousins got her mixer and won’t share it with me. But I would also make some cinnamon rolls with white chocolate frosting for my mom for breakfast Christmas morning!

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  370. Diane Steele 372

    My friend is a wanna-be baker and invents wonderful things. She perfected a giant cookie recipe that her kids (high school age) take to school to eat between classes. They’re filled with wholesome, nutritious things so they’re nourished but are sweet enough to make then think they’re COOKIES! She has an industrial mixer and thus, her recipes are gigantic. I quartered her recipe for these cookies and they didn’t turn out so good. “No”, she says, “you have to make the whole batch or it doesn’t come out right”. Yeah. . . but with THIS mixer, I could!!! YAY!

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  371. Megan 373

    I will make Hollandaise sauce. I love the thought of turning on and walking away to deal with the rest of the menu.
    * 4 egg yolks
    * 1 tbs freshly sqzd lemon juice
    * 1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted
    * Pinch cayenne
    * Pinch salt

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  372. Robert C 374

    Carrot cake baby. And something savory to enjoy with a nice pinot.

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  373. Leslie Will 375

    My boyfriend is deathly allergic to peanuts so baking somtimes can be an issue as most things that are delicious have nuts! (or maybe that is just me because I am a nut lover) Anyways his mother is an AMAZING baker and makes candy cane cookies for him every Christmas that he just loves! I am hoping with the help of this Kitchen Aid mixer I can make his favorite peanut-free cookies just as good as his mother would! I NEED you Kitchen Aid!!!!

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  374. Rachel 376

    My mom’s delicious chocolate cake recipe!

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  375. Natali 377

    Vanilla Peppermint cupcakes via Sprinkles Cupcakes (from Oprah!)

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  376. Lynn 378

    Sugar Cookies! Thanks so much for the chance!

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  377. Liz 379

    I am going to make pumpkin spice cake with cream cheese frosting! :) SO YUMMY!

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  378. definitely would use it for a layer cake

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  379. Neesha 381

    Definitely some potato water cinnamon rolls. And double batches of cookie dough! My hand mixer really doesn’t like it when I try to make a double batch of anything. Wednesday’s snickerdoodles just about killed it!

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  380. Wes Henderson 382

    Italian sausage and the pasta to toss with it!

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  381. Susan 383

    My son’s very favorite Fig cinnamon rolls with vanilla cream cheese frosting.. omg good!

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  382. Nancy Hines 384

    I’m going to make my Mom’s famous sticky rolls. She made them for every holiday and she passed away in May, so now one of us has to take over this recipe. We missed them terribly at Thanksgiving.

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  383. Laurie 385

    I’m planning to make Swedish yule kaka (sweet Christmas bread) in honor of my mother-in-law, who died a few months ago, and a mixer like this would definitely help. I’ve never made it before and I’m kind of terrified that I’ll mess it up and disappoint the whole family.

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  384. Alex 386

    I will make hazelnut thumbprints and cranberry turtle bars!

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  385. Fallon 387

    I’m going to make a couple dozen of cookies in that stand mixer!

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  386. Leigh 388

    Like lots of other folks, I’d make Christmas cookies. Lots and lots of Christmas cookies!

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  387. Megan 389

    Lots and lots of cookies! My family always used a KitchenAid mixer when we made Christmas cookies, and now that I’m living on my own, I really want one!

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  388. Karen Henshaw 390

    I would finally have lump free garlic mashed potatoes!
    This mixer is at the top of my Christmas wish list.

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  389. charis 391

    bread … and cookies … and marshmallows!

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  390. Michael 392

    Making pumpkin cheesecake would be so much easier with an actual mixer!

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  391. Heidi 393

    I will make marshmallows! I only ever see people using stand mixers to make them and I really want to make some 😀 And the second thing will be sugar cookies for my hubby because I hate mixing that dough with a hand mixer – it goes everywhere!

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  392. Carole Penner 394

    Wow! My daughter’s 23rd birthday is on Christmas Day, and although we are Jewish and don’t celebrate, we do have a great birthday party for her. I’d love to make a wonderful carrot cake birthday cake for her with this fabulous mixer!

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  393. Lisa 395

    I’d make my Chocolate Chip Espresso Cookies! Thanks for the chance! Crossing my fingers!

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  394. Wendi in Biarritz 396

    I will be making anise cookies that have to beat for 30 minutes!

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  395. jean 397

    Well, first I would start with cookies. Then I would move onto cakes, chocolate of course. And I just might stay up all night churning out desserts!

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  396. Alexa 398

    lime melt-a-ways
    delicious!

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  397. Amanda W. 399

    Cakes and cookies and bread, oh my!

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  398. joyce 400

    i would make christmas cookies! my cutouts would be the first!

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  399. Carrie 401

    I’d make homemade marshmallows to go with the jars of Mexican drinking chocolate that I’m giving to teachers, friends & neighbors.

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  400. Imran K 402

    So many to choose from, most likely would start off with some cookies of some sort then bread and finally whipped cream because I’m sick of using a hand mixer to do that.

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  401. Molly 403

    HOO boy, do I hope I win this!! Rosemary olive bread, here I (hypothetically) come!

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  402. Annie H 404

    I’d make my signature Fruit cake – which involves batter that is thick and contains a lot of big chunks of fruit & nuts. The KitchenAid Mixer will save me the labor of hand mixing the stiff dough!

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  403. Kelly 405

    I will make some delicious cinnamon rolls with the dough hook.

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  404. Kathy 406

    I will use it to make lots of Christmas cookies.

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  405. Laura 407

    If I win, this will be a Christmas gift to my mother…a KitchenAid Mixer is something she always dreamed of having. Therefore, I’ll let her decide what recipe to christen the mixer with first. I’d suggest some ooey, gooey cinnamon rolls :)

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  406. HeatherSh 408

    Carrot Cake!!!! it’s my dad’s favorite :)

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  407. Erin Stackhouse 409

    Home made marshmallows!!!

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  408. DeDee Meza 410

    I would use the mixer to make rich fudge vegan brownies for my mother’s first grade class as well as her fellow teacher co-workers for the holidays. As a small way to say happy holidays!

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  409. Daniel Piszro 411

    If I had the KitchenAid Mixer tonight in my apartment, I would make White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies! I am baking cookies and treats tonight and bagging them as Christmas gifts!

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  410. Ilana Leykekhman 412

    I am going to make Za’atar Whole Wheat Challah. yumm.

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  411. Elaine A 413

    English Tea Muffins, spicy, Christmasey and an old family recipe.

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  412. Aggie 414

    For every almost recipe that I have, I would do that thing where you beat the egg whites separately, and then add them in to fluff things up. And I would make whipped cream, because it’s not even worth trying with a wooden spoon.

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  413. Christina L 415

    I would make amazing marshmallows, delicious mint marshmallows!!

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  414. Lauren 416

    Recipe? As in one? You want me to pick just ONE? But there are dozens of breads and cookies and cakes and so many other things I would LOVE to make with a new mixer!

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  415. I would use it for my cakes, pies and for the fresh whipped cream, lots and lots of whipped cream. What a fun giveaway. Merry Christmas.

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  416. Anne-Marie 418

    sugar cookies, and whatever else I can manage to fix with a new baby. :)

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  417. Dawn E. 419

    I am going to making homemade marshmallows!!!! Yummy!!!

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  418. pasta dough!! 😀

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  419. Jennifer 421

    Triple chocolate cupcakes!

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  420. Veronica Martinez 422

    Chocolate Chip Cookies of course and maybe some cinnamon rolls 😉

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  421. Kate 423

    Oooh!! So many Christmas cookies that need to be made. This would help so much!

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  422. Estee Rosen 424

    Challah Dough for shabbat every week!

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  423. kim 425

    i will be making homemade sausage and homemade dough for stromboli with this kitchen aid mixer.

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  424. Leslie 426

    Homemade coconut marshmallows (Barefoot Contessa) followed by the butterscotch apple cake!

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  425. Sommer 427

    I would make everything that I make from hand.This would make this mom of four a lot happier!

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  426. Amy 428

    Since I rarely make cake from something other than a box mix, I would make some chocolate cake with this beautiful stand mixer!

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  427. Rae 429

    My signature Red Velvet cupcakes with butter cream frosting.

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  428. Jennifer 430

    I tried making bread by hand only once. Would love love love a mixer to make it like a pro!

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  429. Sommer 431

    I would make everything that I make from hand. This would make my life as a mother of four a lot easier!

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  430. debbi eberle 432

    pumpkin bread

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  431. Piroska 433

    I’m going to make a fabulous Cranberry-Orange cake with Citrus icing.
    :o)

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  432. Cindy W. 434

    I won’t be making anything… I’ll give it to my 16 year old daughter who LOVES to bake. Then I’ll enjoy the cookies and cupcakes that she will make.

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  433. Charles 435

    A smoked salmon holiday braided bread for gifts and home as well.

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  434. becky 436

    Oh! I need this. Years ago I married too young into a tumultuous relationship and when I left him, he tore the back off my kitchenaid. A friend put it back together and the back is held on with a drywall screw that has been barely holding for 10 years now! The engine still goes, but it lags at times and it’s was so old to begin with that it never had a splash guard. This was very apparent last weekend making cookies. I double batch everything (because we cooks are feeders) and I was making chocolate chip cookies halfed with butterscotch chips. I don’t get my butter to room temp when creaming it because A, who does that really?? and B, you don’t need to with a paddle on your kitchenaid – just plop the 2 cubes in there and put on high. The catch is I have to put my hands over the top and be my own splash guard! Talk about butterfingers! So, yeah. I’d continue to make my cookies but lately I’ve REALLY been craving Smitten Kitchen’s black bottom cupcakes. I make them in mini size and pipe in the cream cheese center. With a new kitchenaid I could make enough for the entire office, my family AND send some to the hubby’s studio!

    Good luck to everyone else entering too!

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  435. Jen 437

    Major Christmas cookies, sugar, cranberry oatmeal cookies and of course chocolate chip!!!

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  436. Maria A. 438

    I am going to make some awesome sourdough bread.

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  437. Alissa 439

    Some homemade peanut butter/nutella brownies. Mmmm…

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  438. stacy giltner 440

    oh I would make gluten free brownies with that.

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  439. Ronna 441

    Oh my gosh! I’d love to win this Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer! I’m making Christmas cookies right now, so I’d love to make some with the mixer. I’d also like to mix up a nice loaf of cinnamon bread….yum!

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  440. Cat 442

    oh, my, what i wouldn’t give to win one of those sweet babies!

    i love to bake, but my arthritis makes hand mixing so difficult! definitely snickerdoodle cookies are on my list!

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  441. Abbey 443

    This would be a wonderful way for my mother and I to finally try and duplicate the recipe for homemade yeast rolls that my great-grandmother and grandmother made. They have both since passed, and we were unable to locate their written recipe. My mom and I have been trying to get the recipe just right for 2 years now at every holiday, with not much luck… I think it may be easier if we had a Kitchen Aid mixer instead of a hand mixer to help in the process. :)

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  442. Chantel 444

    I will make my MIL’s famous Christmas tree shaped cinnamon rolls. This is our first Christmas without her, so I will be carrying on the tradition in her honor for my son and husband’s sake.

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  443. Stephania Turkette 445

    I would make a chocolate present cake, complete with chocolate fondant wrapping and white chocolate ribbons on top!

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  444. Jennifer 446

    Peppermint cupcakes. I know, in my heart, that this mixer would make them taste even better.

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  445. Loren 447

    I have two girls in college and when they come back to visit on the holidays we make batches of cookies that my mother used to make with them when they were little. We usually start with a wonderful sugar cookie recipe that my mother fine tuned over her many years of teaching and we give them away to friends as gifts for what ever the occasion is. Then we move on to some of her other specialties that let us spend great times together, creating our own holiday memories.

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  446. Meg 448

    I think the first thing I would make is a huge batch of Christmas cookies, but it would definitely come in handy when I make cheesecake for Christmas!

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  447. Lindsay 449

    A double batch of cinnamon rolls.

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  448. Chester 450

    Apple-cinnamon bread!

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  449. Lisa 451

    I’d like to make Rugelach!

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  450. Cheryl Hussey 452

    Some really fabulous bread! I want to master the bread!

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  451. Allison 453

    This mixer is divine! The first fantastic thing I would make is Smitten Kitchen’s Chocolate Orange bundt cake… drooling as I type … 😀

    Much Love, PW!

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  452. Mandi 454

    Whoopie pies!!!!!

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  453. Kelli 455

    I really want to make Lemon Sticky Rolls with Lemon Cream Cheese glaze for my husband. I have the recipe, but it would be very hard to make the rolls without a stand mixer. He’d go crazy for them (and I wouldn’t mind some either!)

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  454. Natalie 456

    I would love to attempt my mother’s infamously delicious Italian bread in a machine like this. It makes my heart warm just thinking about it!

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  455. Vanessa 457

    I would let my boyfriend use it to make his fudge bars!

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  456. Raina 458

    We are going to make the amazing 4th of July cake we made from your recipe this year except we have decided because it was so good and everyone loved it we are going to decorate with Christmas colors! We are very excited. We make a Birthday cake for Jesus every Christmas so this will be a great one!

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  457. Lisa 459

    I would like to make Rugelach!

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  458. Auburn 460

    I am going to make pumpkin pie cupcakes for my sister, chocolate-peppermint cookies for my other sister. A loaf of raspberry lemon bread for my mom, and sugar cookies for my dad!! Im the youngest and in college so I want for once to treat my family to something sweet!!!

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  459. Valerie H. 461

    What a great giveaway! One fabulous recipe I would make with this mixer is
    a recipe (below) from Martha Stewart. It’s a must for Christmas time at our house.

    Chewy Chocolate-Gingerbread Cookies

    Makes 2 dozen

    7 ounces best-quality semisweet chocolate
    1 1/2 cups plus 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
    1 1/4 teaspoons ground ginger
    1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
    1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
    1 tablespoon unsweetened Dutch-process cocoa powder
    8 tablespoons (1 stick) unsalted butter
    1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger
    1/2 cup dark-brown sugar, packed
    1/4 cup unsulfured molasses
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    1/4 cup granulated sugar
    Directions
    1.Line two baking sheets with parchment. Chop chocolate into 1/4-inch chunks; set aside. In a medium bowl, sift together flour, ground ginger, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and cocoa.
    2.In the bowl of an electric mixer, fitted with the paddle attachment, beat butter and grated ginger until whitened, about 4 minutes. Add brown sugar; beat until combined. Add molasses; beat until combined.
    3.In a small bowl, dissolve baking soda in 1 1/2 teaspoons boiling water. Beat half of flour mixture into butter mixture. Beat in baking-soda mixture, then remaining half of flour mixture. Mix in chocolate; turn out onto a piece of plastic wrap. Pat dough out to about 1 inch thick; seal with wrap; refrigerate until firm, 2 hours or more.
    4.Heat oven to 325 degrees. Roll dough into 1 1/2- inch balls; place 2 inches apart on baking sheets. Refrigerate 20 minutes. Roll in granulated sugar. Bake until the surfaces crack slightly, 10 to 12 minutes. Let cool 5 minutes; transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

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  460. Sarah C 462

    What wouldn’t I make? Man-o-man. The very first thing I would do is make chocolate chip cookies with my 2 sons. Then we would bake up a million loaves of bread!

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  461. Julie C. 463

    Pizza Dough and Bread. Merry Christmas!

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  462. Shawn 464

    Cookies, cakes and so much more!

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  463. Holly H. 465

    I would love to make oodles and oodles of cookies! Sugar, Gingerbread, Peanut butter, etc., my Christmas gifts would be extra special.

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  464. Diana DeLaFuente 466

    Will be making my moms Italian breads and cake recipes!!! WOOT!!

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  465. naomi 467

    HMMMMMMMMMMMM

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  466. Mona 468

    Mmmmmm! Your “Bobby Flay’s Throwdown Toasted Coconut Cake with Coconut Filling and Coconut Buttercream” it’s so cold right now in NY, and I find myself wishing I am on a tropical island somewhere. With this recipe I can pretend I am! :)

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  467. Pat 469

    A Walnut and Date Pudding Cake, I believe, will be the first. It is a great Christmas cake and is soooo good. Then bread and cookies, cookies, cookies and more bread. Thank you once again for the opportunity and to you and your Family a Happy and Safe Holiday Season.

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  468. Sara H 470

    My grandmothers Coca Cola cake!

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  469. Christa 471

    My sister has one of these, and she uses it constantly. I’m quite certain I would too. I would use it to teach me how to make all kinds of things. Bread, cakes, cookies, etc. Seeing the things I could do with this handy machine has be wishing I had this right now! :)

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  470. krissa 472

    I will be making a Cherpumple- “the monster cake/pie” for my son Will’s 12th birthday! It is a 3 layer “cake” with whole pie baked into each layer. The first layer is a spice cake with an apple pie inside, the second is a vanilla cake with a pumpkin pie inside, and the third layer is a white cake with a cherry pie baked inside. It just sounds like a fun challenge and something any kid would LOVE! I just hope I can pull it off!!!!

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  471. Vicki 473

    I will make delicous homemade biscuits with this mixer!

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  472. Traci Watson 474

    I would make a four-layer chocolate Chambord cake with raspberry cream filling!

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  473. Amanda 475

    Challah. Fluffy, evenly kneaded challah.

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  474. Michelle G. 476

    This Kitchen-aid would give us the courage to attempt Julia Child’s Raspberry Ruffle Genoise cake.

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  475. Vicki G. 477

    Delicious homemade biscuits is what I will make with this mixer.

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  476. Shelley S 478

    I’d start with White Chocolate Cherry Chunkie Cookies (Paula Deen). The dough becomes very difficult to work with by hand – a Kitchen Aid would make the task so much easier.

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  477. Jessica 479

    I would stop stealing my mom’s kitchenaid mixer to make massive amounts of chocolate mousse!

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  478. Amber 480

    If I had a rad mixer like this, I’d probably actually make the Jalapeno Cheddar bread I’ve been wanting to make haha!

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  479. Philly 481

    What else but chocolate chip cookies!

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  480. Stephanie Scott 482

    I want to make Christmas Rock Cookies with my kids! They ask to help every year, but this is the first year my daughter is actually old enough to help. :)

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  481. Emily F 483

    I would make red velvet whoopie pies. Saw the recipe in the newspaper cookie contest and have been dying to make it ever since.

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  482. Ian 484

    I’m going to make my family’s delicious pulla recipe – pulla is a classic Finnish sweet bread, flavored heavily with cardamom. Classic holiday treat.

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  483. Debra Weisberg 485

    My mother passed away last year and recently my aunt. I want to make stollen and onion cookies to carry on our family traditions. If I don’t, the tradition will stop with me, and I’d like my daughter-in-law to learn too.

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  484. Sarah 486

    I would love to start off with my Moms delicious pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!!

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  485. DanielleK 487

    I am going to make Candy Bar Cookies!!! =)

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  486. Amanda Manfredo 488

    I will use it to make President’s cake, because it’s so fancy. link to theworldwidegourmet.com

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  487. Kiki 489

    Kringla!
    and bread, and pizza dough, and ice cream and…

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  488. J. Fussell 490

    Your Guinness stout ginger cake; it’s absolutely delicious.

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  489. HEIDI 491

    MONKEY BREAD.

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  490. shere b 492

    My yummy pumpkin bread!! 😀

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  491. Bliss 493

    shortbread cookies, immediately followed by batches of other cookies!

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  492. judi 494

    OMG I would make breads and pizza doughs as gifts It will be sooo much easier if I do not have to do the kneading

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  493. Jeanne Coates 495

    Ever December, I host a cookie weekend – we make about a dozen kinds of cookies in 2 days in an open house setting. Friends come and go, enjoy cider or coffee and sample, decorate and make the goodies. This years cookies are sugar cookies, gingerbread men, lindzertortes, walnut filled pillows, whole grain gingersnaps, almond crescents, russian tea cakes, coconut macaroons, thumbprints, peanut butter cookies and pecan tarts. If you are free next weekend and in Virginia, come on by!

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  494. Marla 496

    First off would be a Buche de Noel, with little meringue mushrooms!

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  495. Ellen 497

    I would make our fabulous family nut roll – dough hooks help with the dough!

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  496. Rachel 498

    We will bake cookies but my favorite is our award winning (local fair) crescent rolls.

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  497. Tina Montes 499

    Hi what a great giveaway. I would use the Kitchen Aid mixer to make my famous choco chip cheesecake…yummo!! :)

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  498. Todd 500

    I’m going to make some of my (almost) world famous focaccia.

    ( and some sausage )

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  499. Judy 501

    Everything! I have never had one of these mixers. First, I would make cinnamon rolls…and then

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  500. Heidi Turcottw 502

    Cookies, Cakes and Breads! OH MY!

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  501. Kyddryn 503

    Umm…I have to pick just ONE thing?? ‘Cause it’s cookie season and we are in full swing here at Casa de Crazy. That beauty looks like it could handle one particular recipe of mine really well, though, so I’ll say Leftover Cookies (which are never left over) – the dough is dense, and my current mixer (which already has…issues…) doesn’t handle it very well at all. I can’t even make a full batch any more, have to do it in halves.

    Today we’re making Snickerdoodles, if I can ever get motivated…

    Shade and Sweetwater,
    K

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  502. Diana S. 504

    My son’s birthday cake for his first birthday party next week!

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  503. Diana Simmons 505

    This year after a year of fighting cancer (for the third time) my Mom has decided not to make Christmas cookies because it hurts her hands. I would love to win it to either make loads of cookies for her or gift it to her so that she can do cookies without the pain.

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  504. Traci Downing 506

    I will be making YOUR Peanut Butter Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins. My family LOVES them! Plink to noblepig.com

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  505. Ashley Nelmes 507

    I have a list of recipes I would love to make. But first of all, I would like to make a gingerbread cheesecake.

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  506. Kathy 508

    gingerbread cookies!

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  507. Valerie Northedge 509

    I would love to make the Soft Chocoalte Chip Cookie recipe on Allrecipes. It is my favorite to make for the holidays because they are so good and it leaves me with so many to give away. This is my first Christmas since I moved away from home and I have no stand mixer to make them with.

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  508. Emily 510

    I would love to make gingerbread cupcakes with cinnamon molasses frosting! among many other things!! yummm

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  509. Mimi 511

    Guinness chocolate cupcakes with baileys irish cream frosting and ganache. Best. Recipe. Ever.

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  510. Mary Anne 512

    Hot Chocolate Cupcakes!!

    I made them last night for the first time and they were such a hit that I have already had requests from all my friends!

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  511. Janis 513

    I would make inside out carrot cookies and bread and injera and bubka and and and ….

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  512. AppleTree 514

    Lots of bread. My husband keeps buying flour whenever a new recipe calls for it, so we have quite a cache. I need to start baking.

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  513. tona 515

    I will make lots of Christmas fruit cakes and take them to some homeless shelters to share with the less fortunate during this holiday season. Of course, my friends and loved ones will get some too.

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  514. Jennifer E 516

    WHAT won’t I make with this??? I guess I’ll start with the yummy orange dreamsicle cookie recipe I just got.

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  515. Dana 517

    I would make my award winning, outstandingly delicious Ginger-Pumpkin Cheesecake! :o)

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  516. Beverly 518

    I would make some new fancy dessert…everyday of the week!!

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  517. Christina Hurtado 519

    Cookies!!! Peppermint chocolate cookies…yummmmmm.

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  518. Cherie Porter 520

    I’ve finally gotten to a wise and elegant age, and I am truly grateful. However, my arthritic hands are no longer able to knead the many varieties of breads and doughs that require they be lovingly pushed, pulled and prodded, before becoming the staple, with which we use to keep the tradition of “breaking bread” with our cherished friends and family. This beautiful mixer would allow me to continue on, albeit with mechanical assistance.
    It would be given a loving home, and would be proud to be “the” tool that continues our year-round traditions, and allows us to share the very freshest and finest quality breads!! Thank you for this opportunity, and for all you do to educate!! Good cheer!!

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  519. Lisa 521

    I am going to make delicious Christmas cookies to take to the Children’s home and/or hospital and doggie cookies to take to the shelter.

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  520. Jodi 522

    More layer cakes and any intriguing recipe that says to use a stand mixer!

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  521. Dianne Pace 523

    I’ll make my grandmother’s fabulous Tea Cakes. She used to make these all the time and keep the cookie jar by her back door filled. All of the grandchildren would make a stop by the back door on our way out to play.

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  522. Kim 524

    Christmas cookies – chocolate crinkles or peanut butter blossoms.

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  523. Mary G 525

    Christmas cookies!!!

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  524. Ariel 526

    Chocolate chip cheesecake! Its a holiday necessity in our house :-)

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  525. Lindsey 527

    Triple chocolate cupcakes first and foremost!

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  526. Jenipurr 528

    Ooh, stand mixers are awesome! I would make a whole slew of scones (chocolate chip, cinnamon chip, pumpkin, gingerbread, almond, etc.).

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  527. erica lee 529

    omg!!!!!!! i love noble pig forever!!! ever!!!!!

    i would use it for my fabulous holiday party in Seoul!!!!!
    사랑해요 노블피그(I love you noble pig from seoul)

    i will make the cutest ginger bread
    and i never forget this gift forever

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  528. Cavan Allen 530

    Coconut cream cake!

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  529. Alison Phillips 531

    If I won this beautiful mixer I would certainly go straight to the kitchen to make my family’s favorite holiday cookie butterscotch balls!

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  530. Marcelle Chambers 532

    I will be making many things with this mixer for Christmas. Orange Cranberry bread, Cranberry Cake, New York Style Cheesecake, and Pumpkin Cheesecake, just to name a few.

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  531. ellen 533

    I wanna make meringue easily
    to make a sweet macaron <3<3
    I really need that badly

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  532. Ashley R 534

    I will try my hand at macaroons! I have been wanting to make them for a long time now! I will also make a nice loaf of gluten free cranberry bread!

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  533. Something yeasty !!

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  534. Jessie 536

    I would make Pioneer Woman’s cinnamon rolls! So many recipes from so many sites call for a kitchen aid mixer! 😉

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  535. Justin 537

    Every two weeks (or so) I make my wife her favorite breakfast–Banana Wheat Muffins. I mix–by hand–the dough needed to make a double batch of over sized muffins. I freeze them in Ziploc bags and she heats one up for breakfast every morning.

    It would be wonderful if I could use a new Kitchen Aid mixer to give my arms a break and to keep my wife smiling and the muffins coming. :)

    link to wegottaeat.com

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  536. Sarah 538

    I am going to make my grandmothers strudel with this mixer.

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  537. Charles 539

    A smoked salmon holiday braided bread for gifts and home as well.

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  538. Allyson Gilmore 540

    200 Lemon cupcakes with blueberry compote filling topped with honey buttercream frosting! They are my most popular recipe this time of year! :)

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  539. Linda 541

    cookies cookies cookies!

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  540. Jackie 542

    I would make all kinds of breads. Breadsticks, rolls, french bread, etc. I LOVE bread!

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  541. Amanda 543

    I would make black olive and rosemary focaccia. Perfect with soup for a warming, hearty lunch in the winter!

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  542. Kathy 544

    I am going to make cookies! Cookies! and more cookies!

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  543. Allison Lyons 545

    Pizza dough <3

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  544. Vanessa Mora 546

    I love baking around the holidays. I can’t say I’ll make one thing but definitely cheesecake, sweet breads, cookies and anything else that might come up! :-)

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  545. Christine 547

    I could finally make angel food cakes and meringues! Hooray! 😀

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  546. Jaclyn 548

    I will be making a Sweet Potato Bundt Cake with Spiced Buttered Rum Glaze! Yum!!!

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  547. LucyJoy 549

    Pulla, a Finnish coffee bread.

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  548. Alison 550

    Cinnamon rolls!

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  549. Tiffany 551

    my very first carrot cake!

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  550. Janice 552

    Muffin tops! and possibly red velvet whoopie pies…. YUM!

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  551. Jori 553

    I am totally going to use this to make my sister’s wedding cake!

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  552. Kelly 554

    Bread, bread and more bread! With a few double batches of Christmas cookies thrown in.

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  553. Kevin 555

    I would bake some amazing bread!

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  554. Lia 556

    I will make cinnamon rolls! Every day! =)

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  555. Whitney Allen 557

    Some yummy desert for my husband. Probably a coconut cake or a peanut butter pie.

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  556. nicole 558

    the possibilities are endless! but probably chocolate chip toffee cookies. and then some more cookies after that. and maybe some cookie bars? and then who knows what after that!

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  557. Maureen 559

    Pizzelles and many other cookies for the holidays.

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  558. Rhonda 560

    I am going to make my great gramma gigi’s italian bread!!

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  559. Tamara 561

    We would make wonderful use of this mixer. My boyfriend makes batches and batches of Christmas Cookies.

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  560. Carri 562

    Birthday cake for my daughter’s 21st!

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  561. Carol 563

    Rainbow Venetian cookies….for starters!

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  562. Jessica 564

    I have always wanted one of these! I would make everything with it! First thing would be sugar cookies!

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  563. Maria Malaveci 565
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  564. Allison 566

    I will absolutely be making all different types of Christmas cookies for my friends and family!

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  565. I would make Ginger cookies, Yum!!!

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  566. Laurel 568

    I will finally try my hand at baking bread, and lots of it. And all sorts of christmas cookies, the yummiest recipes I can find!

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  567. Jennifer Brown 569

    Tons of bread and delicious vegan cookies and cupcakes :) Oh what a blessing this would be :)

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  568. Liz 570

    Definitely almond cream cheese sugar cookies that are 1/2 inch thick! I could eat 20!! MMM! PS, your stuffing recipe was a huge hit at Thanksgiving!!

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  569. rebecca 571

    i shall make a pound cake!

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  570. Jen 572

    Having this will make baking my passed-down great grandmothers Italian butter cookies sooo much easier!!

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  571. Laura 573

    Cinnamon rolls!

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  572. Nic 574

    Marshmallows!

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  573. Julia C 575

    Some yummy cinnamon raisin bread!

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  574. Aubrey 576

    Only one?! I’m going to make a lot of things, but I’m especially excited to make lots of breads in this beauty.

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  575. Lita 577

    A fabulous chocolate/coffee layer cake for my aunt the chef’s 80th birthday!!!

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  576. Shelly C 578

    My first red velvet cake. Won’t it look divine in that stainless steel bowl?

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  577. Oh my, I have a hard time picking which recipe I would make first! Probably your blueberry yogurt cake with lemon glaze-it sounds fantastic!

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  578. Devona 580

    I am hosting my first Christmas dinner ever and I was already planning on making your “Classic Apple Pie with Maple Whipped Cream” recipe. Yummy. Winning this mixer will make this Christmas the most delicious Christmas ever! Thanks for all the great recipes over the years!

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  579. Karen Albro 581

    Fuyu Persimmon Cake

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  580. Lauren 582

    I’d make my mom’s vanilla meringue cookies with chocolate chips and not have to hold the mixer til the eggs peak for once!

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  581. Katrina 583

    I have been wanting to make a pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting that I had in a cooking class I took last year. The cake was SO good.
    Happy Holidays to you!

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  582. Caitlin G. 584

    A super creamy cheesecake! No lumps!

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  583. Jen S. 585

    Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, aka “Grandma cookies”!

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  584. nadine 586

    Without a hesitation, I would make my great granmothers recipe for Hungarian nut rolls. They are not only faaabulous tasting BUT for our family just the scent of them fills the house with wonderful, loving memories :)

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  585. Mel 587

    My family’s annual Christmas log! My favourite part is making the meringue mushrooms. My mom and I eat more mushrooms than end up on the log.

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  586. Emily 588

    oh my. I’ve been without a mixer so long it’s almost impossible to decide. I would probably make an unreasonable amount of bread and pizza dough and revel in the fact that i don’t have to knead it all by hand :)

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  587. Beverly 589

    Oreo balls! It’s not fancy, but it’s YUMMY!

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  588. Allison Adams 590

    I would be making all sorts of breads to give away as holiday treats. Dinner rolls would be a breeze! I also have a cinnamon roll recipe courtesy of the Food Network that I’ve been sitting on for a few weeks…

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  589. Julie 591

    I am going to make chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting.

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  590. Andy 592

    I will make bread. I will make bread always and forever. I will make every single kind of bread.

    I like bread.

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  591. Maureen 593

    I would live to have one to try and make scones and breads

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  592. Emily 594

    I would invite my friends over to have a cooking party using only recipes from Noble Pig.com and I would make them “Potato-Sour cream biscuits”. I would then make you a great big thank you card!

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  593. Marni 595

    I’m going to make linzer cookies and vanilla crescent cookies.

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  594. Daniella 596

    Cinnamon rolls of course! It’s not Christmas without the scent of cinnamon in the air!

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  595. Megan B. 597

    I’m making coconut cake!

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  596. gail 598

    My husband’s favorite; persimmon pudding!

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  597. Nitasha 599

    Oh gosh! What wouldn’t I make with this beauty?? The first thing that I would whip up would be a batch of sugar cookie swirls. Make a batch of sugar cookie dough and divide in half. Put some red food coloring in one half and leave the other half white. Roll out both halves and stack one on top of the other. Tightly roll together to form a log. TADA! Your very own slice and bakes! Take that Pillsbury! Sprinkle with sanding sugar, throw in the oven, and after baking wrap them in cellophane and tie the ends off just like a peppermint candy!

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  598. Patsy Behrendt 600

    wow!! The first thing I will make is my mom’s old divinity recipe. I have tried it several times and burned up 2 mixers so I just quit trying. This big boy looks like he could whip that divinity shame!
    Thanks for all you offer including your recipes, time and talent.

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  599. Elise 601

    Yummy marble bundt cake!

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  600. Liz 602

    Chocolate Chip Cookies!!

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  601. Kristen B 603

    Eggnog bread!!

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  602. Tricia 604

    Cinnamon rolls. Thanks for the blog. Love the photos.

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  603. Tracy Phillips 605

    I would may my wonderful, tasty, delicious homemade pretzels. My poor mixer is on it’s last legs and I’ve been trying to go easy on it until spring time (tax refund time) to replace it. Of course I planned on replacing it with the exact model shown here! Thanks for the chance!

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  604. Rachel S 606

    I’m going to make a delicious apple bake! YUM!

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  605. Heather Bonner 607

    Cream Cheese Pound Cake from Smitten Kitchen

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  606. Jon A. 608

    Pizza dough and cookies!

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  607. Noelle Sweeney 609

    I would love to use this for so many things, but one thing is definitely bread! I love your blog, loved the post from yesterday went straight to my heart. Thanks for this giveaway! Noelle

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  608. Kayla 610

    Traditional Norwegian Christmas cookies!!

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  609. Hansol 611

    Definitely Banana Cream Pie, one of my favorite!

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  610. Kara 612

    My grandfather’s Almond Horns. They are amazing!

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  611. Kristen Strauss 613

    I am going to try to make something simple yet delicious. I’m fairly new to baking so I’m going to perfect the basics, like the chocolate chip cookie. Seems so simple, but it’s a hard one to perfect. Considering I have to spin my current mixer by hand, naturally it would be nice to have one that rotates on it’s own :)

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  612. lisabella 614

    Cinnamon rolls!!

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  613. Ryan 615

    This would be so helpful for all the icing I find myself making with cakes and goodies during the holiday season!

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  614. Carol 616

    I will make fab homemade marshmellows for my family for Christmas, it would make it easier since you have to whip them for 15 minutes and my hand mixer doesnt like to always be my friend when I am mixing them.

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  615. Kelsey 617

    I am going to make Scottish Shortbread for all my family and friends!

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  616. Suzy 618

    I want to make lefse with my adult kids, spouses and grandbabies. I have my great-grandmother’s recipe. They lived in Astoria. She used to cook it, dry it and store it in old hat boxes until she was ready to use it. Then she would soften it between two tea towels, butter it and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Yum!

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  617. Alta 619

    Ohh the possibilities are endless! Probably lots of cookies and breads. Maybe even some treats for the dogs.

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  618. lynn 620

    If I had it 10 minutes ago, I would have used it to make the Hot Cocoa Cupcakes that I just put in the oven…If I have to wait…it’ll be Guinness Gingerbread!

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  619. carmen 621

    I would actually give this mixer to my mother, who after having back surgery, could really use one! We will however, be making all of her mother’s classic recipes for Christmas-german chocolate cake, buckeyes, and date-nut fingers!

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  620. Stephanie 622

    Are you kidding me??? The first thing would be the Bobby Flay coconut cake, followed by the Hot Chocolate cupcakes as the cake was cooking!! LOVE your site, just stumbled on it 2 weeks ago, and have blown up my printer!

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  621. Krystal 623

    Wow to think of only one is hard. However my first recipe would have to be peanut butter chocolate cookies because they are my boyfriends favorite! Tis the season for chocolate!

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  622. Emily 624

    My mom LOVES cheesecake. It’s pretty much her downfall. I would definitely make her some cheesecake as part of her Christmas present. And then I’d probably make some Chocolate Bourbon Cake for myself. Lol.

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  623. DONNA 625

    Im going to make some type of fabulous
    desert with this beauty!

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  624. Marley 626

    I am going to make a variety of 4 to 5 cookies for cookie tins to give to neighbors, postman, etc. I usually have a cookie exchange every year, but will not have one this year due a death in the family.

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  625. Alison 627

    I am craving chocolate mousse, so I’ll say that!

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  626. Rae C 628

    I would make honey whole wheat bread

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  627. Janet 629

    I bought Christmas cookie cutters but have no stand mixer so I have not been able to make any cookies yet… this would solve all my problems!

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  628. Joanna 630

    I’d use it for a Bouche de Noel!

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  629. Jacqueline 631

    My Grandma’s famous lemon sugar cookies

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  630. Erica Wilson 632

    My daughter and I will make her favorite raspberry walnut scones!

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  631. Cara 633

    I’d make sandwich bread! I’m learning how to make it and I could really use a mixer =)

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  632. Rachel 634

    I would make sugar cookies with the boy my parents mentor that is an At Risk Youth at Phoenix Youth at Risk. Happy Holidays!

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  633. Lindsey S 635

    I’m going to give it to my mom (her old mixer is giving out on her) and she’s going to make hundreds of christmas cookies and give them away to everybody she knows (mailman included!)

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  634. Bread? Cookies? No idea. But I want one!

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  635. Kristin Suttle 637

    I can’t wait to make some monster cookies with it!

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  636. Irene 638

    MMMM, I would LOVE to make my son gluten free brownies. He was diagnosed with autism a few years back now and we have heard such amazing things from others who have placed their autistic kids on gluten and casein free diets that we thought we have NOTHING to lose but to try it! We are not only going gluten and casien free but also preservative, color and additive free too! Unfortunately most of these special diet foods are homemade and organic which is ok but VERY time consuming. With more stores like Sprouts and Mother’s popping up though we are hoping it will get easier. Wish us luck!!!

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  637. Julie 639

    I would whip up batches and batches of Italian Pizzelle cookies that I make for friends and family every year.

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  638. Robyn 640

    I’m not sure if I could really choose just ONE recipe to make with this, but probably the one thing I’d make in the near future would be my highly demanded carrot cake…I seriously have friends who will fight over the last piece. Hah! Plus, the 20-something year old mixer I’ve been using since I could see over the counter has seen better days and having a mixer like this would be my dream come true. 😀

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  639. Sandy 641

    I would love this just in time to make tons of Christmas cookies. I have been surviving with the use of a hand mixer for way too long.

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  640. Ellen 642

    If I were to be blessed with winning this dreamed about “kitchen helper” I would use it to make my mom’s homemade Rum Pound Cake and her Coconut Cream Pie.

    Merry Christmas!

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  641. Jen H 643

    I work at a bakery and recently had Panettone bread for the first time. It was “knock your socks off” amazing! It inspired me to look for a home recipe because I dream of this bread LOL. I would happily break in this beautiful mixer with this beautiful bread :)

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  642. jennifer 644

    more cookies! we’ve made about 450 so far but we have more to go!

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  643. Colleen 645

    I will probably make peanut butter chocolate chip oatmeal cookies….so good!!

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  644. Julie 646

    Gingerbread! And cookies! And brownies! What won’t I make?

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  645. Sarah D 647

    I would make Eggnog Bread!

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  646. Steve 648

    Lots of bread!!!

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  647. Satchell 649

    Wow! I wouldn’t know where to start. I guess I would begin by making my friend (who is currently residing in Canada) some white chocolate dipped cranberry lemon biscotti. That is probably her second or third favorite dessert but the first one on the list that would survive shipping.

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  648. Kathy 650

    I am going to make chocolate chip cookies! :-)

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  649. Kira 651

    I would make ooey gooey cinnamon rolls. Or create some savoury, cheesy, herby breads!

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  650. jancd 652

    I’m going to make a carrot cake with lots of cream cheese frosting. I have never owned such a nice mixer and am excited at the change to win one!! Merry Christmas!

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  651. Terri 653

    I am going to make challah bread.

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  652. Christina 654

    I have so many great cookie recipes to try!

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  653. Christina 655

    So many great cookie recipes to try!

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  654. Garrett 656

    Hi! My name is Garrett and I am currently a college student at Elon University in North Carolina. Around my group of friends, I am known as the soccer mom, always cooking great food for my great friends. And this year, for a nice end of semester treat for my friends (and who am I kidding, for myself too!) I am planning on making my family’s scrumptious cranberry and toasted coconut cake! It is a delicious homemade yellow cake base with cranberries hidden inside that truly makes your mouth water by just smelling it slowly bake in the oven. Top that off with a sinful butter cream frosting and toss on some toasted coconut flakes, and you have yourself my favorite tropical holiday treat! It is so nice to have piece of island holiday happiness on a chilly winter day. And who knows, maybe I will pair it with your Cranberry Spiced Martinis! That sounds like a perfect pair, doesn’t it? Happy Baking and Happy Holidays Everyone!

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  655. cesar 657

    I would love to make this recipe from The Pioneer Woman Cooks – Apple Cake in an Iron Skillet. Yum! link to thepioneerwoman.com

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  656. chelsea 658

    bread!

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  657. Megan 659

    Dough for cinnamon rolls…YUM!

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  658. Mary 660

    These ideas all look fantastic, but really I am just dying for some fresh whipped cream.

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  659. Julie 661

    Simple, unadulterated, beautiful, creamy, dense cheesecake. Yum.

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  660. Hanalu 662

    Definitely challah. I don’t know why but me making it by hand never turns out as well as when my sister makes it with her KitchenAid.

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  661. Emily C 663

    Of course my favorite tollhouse chocolate chip cookies! But also a ton of cakes, bars, cookies, brownies, muffins and banana bread :).

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  662. Anne 664

    I try and make between 8-12 kinds of Christmas cookies every year. Some old and some new recipes. I would give this mixer a workout!

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  663. Maureen B 665

    I will make bread, lots and lots and lots of bread.

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  664. Ashleigh 666

    Deliciously sinful chocolate chocolate cheesecake!

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  665. Paul S 667

    I would bake a cake,
    Sweet and salty chocolate
    Yum yum yum yum yum.

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  666. Abby 668

    I will be making my Mom’s Cherry Walnut Christmas Bundt Cake, with a song in my heart!

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  667. Teresa 669

    Chocolate Cream Puffs!! Yeah!!

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  668. Ashley 670

    I’d love to make my mom’s favorite dessert, tiramisu, for her birthday a few days before Christmas!!

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  669. noel 671

    I would probably use it help me make breads. I hear the kneading options are amazing. So bread. Lots and lots of wonderful cinnamon swirl bread!

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  670. Kara Henry 672

    I am going to make my famous sourdough bread. I love the way the house smells when it bakes.

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  671. Becky Donahue 673

    Peter Reinhart’s Panettone for christmas

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  672. Tammy 674

    Homemade marshmallows…to give in baskets with cocoa mix.
    I burned out my mixer last year making them :(

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  673. Brian 675

    I would probably celebrate by baking cookies like CRAZY for the holidays. Or maybe marshmallows. Or maybe some cupcakes. Or, or, or…

    Yum.

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  674. With the grinder attachment, as well as the mixer, Pepperone from Ruhlman and Polcyn’s Charcuteire.

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  675. Abby Key 677

    My grandmother’s butterscotch pie that we just found the recipe to. She wouldn’t let anyone know how to do it and we thought the recipe went away when she passed on but we found it in her old bible!

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  676. April Snell 678

    It’s funny how a picture of a mixer can look almost…pretty. Anyways, I would make a yummy pomegranate cheesecake. Yummy!

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  677. kristin 679

    oatmeal raisin chocolate chip walnut cookies! :]

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  678. Gayle Leslie 680

    I’m going to whip up a batch of Better Than Those Fancy-Schmancy Department Store Cookies… MMMMmmmm

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  679. Alyse 681

    Amish cookie dough or pizza dough. I cannot decide.

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  680. i still don’t have a mixer! can you believe it? if i won this i would make a peppermint cheesecake.

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  681. LinzB 683

    I would make a delicious pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!

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  682. Isabelle 684

    This is a fantastic giveaway! I would make batches and batches of Christmas cookies. Especially pomanders, chocolate chip cookies (they can still be festive!) and sable cookies.

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  683. Helen 685

    I’m going to make a HUGE batch of gingerbread dough, and make a gingerbread house with my niece.

    I can imagine the mess already.

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  684. Susan 686

    I’d like to make these peppermint whoopie pies:

    link to eatwisconsincheese.com

    Thank you, for the opportunity and your generosity! What a treat!

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  685. Swayze 687

    I am going to make lemon iced cookies from the cookbook, Come on In! They are the perfect amount of sweet and tangy, and melt in your mouth!

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  686. Maira 688

    I have a great recipe for spinach-artichoke dip that has been a favorite at gatherings and home!

    8oz cream cheese
    1 can Alfredo sauce
    Garlic powder
    salt & pepper
    1 10oz pkg of chopped frozen spinach
    1 14oz can of artichoke hearts, chopped & drained
    1/2 c shredded Parmesan cheese
    1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese

    Mix the cream cheese, sauce, garlic, salt & pepper until cream (it takes a bit). Once fully mixed, add the spinach, artichoke, and cheeses. Mix until integrated. Transfer into baking dish and set in oven for 45 mins on 375. Broil for 5-8 minutes for a crusty restaurant effect.

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  687. Nancy L 689

    I would make homemade cinnamon rolls! Mmmm, that sounds so wonderful right now and the dough hook on the Kitchen Aid mixer would make marvelous cinnamon roll dough

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  688. Misty 690

    Bread!

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  689. Leo Gottgens-Syfrett 691

    First thing I will make is Alton Browns carrot cake, the best carrot cake recipe in the world.

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  690. Allison 692

    First thing I’m going to make for the holidays – Good ol’ Chocolate Chip Cookies. Mmmmm, then maybe some cinnamon rolls. I’m getting hungry thinking about it!

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  691. Meghan 693

    I am going to make my favorite pizza dough!! :) Great giveaway!

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  692. Laura Schelhas 694

    I will use it to make a big huge batch of cookies for my lab mates.

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  693. Lynn 695

    I’m going to make Hot Chocolate On A Stick! The marshmallow part has to mix for 10 minutes and a stand up mixer would be perfect for that task!!

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  694. Anna Owens 696

    Oh my… how nice! I would make lots and lots of homemade bread for everyone I know!

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  695. Jesse 697

    I have been perfecting my english muffins recipe for the holidays to make for my friends and family! This mixer would help me make the best english muffins ever!

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  696. Pat 698

    Uh, what aren’t I going to make in that lovely KA mixer?! It would be something special for sure though, I’m thinking it would involve nutella!

    Pat

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  697. Anne B. 699

    Christmas cookies….and lots of them! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  698. Stephanie A 700

    Oh, goodness. I think it would have to be a super moist fresh coconut cake with lemon curd-cream cheese filling and some amazing 7-minute marshmallow frosting.
    Would it be too over the top to serve this yummy cake with a drizzle of bitter chocolate ganache on the plate? Maybe, but guess what – I’m going there!

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  699. anna p. 701

    I really want to win this for my mom! I have one. I would love to see what she created with it though. Thanks!

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  700. Katie 702

    I really want to make some homemade marshmallows with this mixer. I’ve never made them and am DYING to try! 😀

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  701. Courtney 703

    Angel food cake, so I can pretend it’s not the frigid winter.

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  702. Kara Marks 704

    I would make my grandmother’s (and mother’s) cranberry relish w/ oranges and apples. I only had a blender to make it w/ at Thanksgiving and it took me for freakin’ ever! It would be a breeze w/ a real mixer, because I’m sure it comes w/ great attachments. Thanks so much–love all your posts!

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  703. Gigi 705

    My favorite holiday biscotti…cranberry and toasted hazelnut!

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  704. Kelly 706

    Gluten free breads! Yum! and so much easier with a mixer!

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  705. Oh man, what WOULDN’T I make? Every Christmas, I like to make cookie packages for the people in my life and workplace, and every year I tend to go a bit crazy with the volume of cookies produced. This year, I plan on trying ten different recipes, from coconut macaroons, to French-style macarons, to peanut butter balls, speculaas, and so much more!

    But really, the main thing I would love this mixer for is my oma’s oliebollen recipe–after Christmas (oma being grandma in Dutch). My favourite treat from my youth, this Dutch classic fritter is a traditional fried dough served on New Year’s. I inherited my oma’s recipe last winter, and they turned out awesomely well, but the mixing was definitely a hassle. You can find the full recipe and related experience here:
    link to olliebollen.wordpress.com

    After the winter’s done, I’ll likely attempt a pavlova once more, as well. Whip that meringue!

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  706. Julie C 708

    I am going to make black and white cookies…..yummy!!

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  707. Jon 709

    The best chocolate chip cookie recipe ever!

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  708. Ginger G 710

    What fabulous recipe would I make with this KitchenAid Mixer – gluten free pumpkin bread for Christmas morning.

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  709. Mary Claire 711

    I would buy myself the KitchenAid ravioli maker attachment, and make some homemade butternut squash ravioli with brown butter sage sauce!

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  710. Jacob 712

    I’m going to make the best home made vanilla bean buttercream frosting, ever!

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  711. Maureen 713

    I would live to have one to try and make scones and breads

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  712. kelli 714

    I’m making white chocolate cherry fudge today and I think it’s something I will make again, so I would use the mixer to make it.

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  713. Melissa K. 715

    Cupcakes!

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  714. Kay Voth 716

    I would like to try to make some bread of my first time..

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  715. Katie 717

    I will make classic chocolate cookies (still my all-time favorite), in BULK. See you later, hand mixer.

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  716. Kate 718

    Homemade marshmallows!

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  717. cherry pistachio biscotti

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  718. Cynthia Lee 720

    I would use this mixer to make my almond flavored sugar cookies dipped in melted chocolate.

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  719. Amy 721

    Oooeyy, scrumptious, Chocolate Cinnamon Rolls my kids have been begging me to make!

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  720. Kassia 722

    I would make gluten free cinnamon rolls! Yum!!!

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  721. Kelly S. 723

    Homemade cinnamon rolls for starters!

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  722. Amanda 724

    Cheesecakes! Lots and lots of cheesecakes!!

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  723. Emily 725

    Cinnamon rolls! :)

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  724. Lauren 726

    I’ll make Susan Branch’s christmas shortbread cookies!

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  725. Lynzie 727

    I have only been married a year but have tried to make key lime cheese cake 6 times with horrible results EVERY SINGLE TIME. My new mother-in-law on the other hand is Betty Crocker on crack, and although amazing, her skills are very intimidating to my cooking at every event. Therefore, I would use this FAB machine to conquer cheesecake and hold my own during the holidays!

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  726. Andrea 728

    I would make pavlova meringues and whipped cream to go with them!!

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  727. Andrew 729

    clearly, cinnamon rolls!

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  728. Brighid P 730

    A red velvet cheesecake with vanilla cream cheese frosting for Christmas Eve and a spice cake with vanilla buttercream frosting for Christmas. My mom has always wanted a Kitchen Aid mixer but hasn’t allowed herself the luxury of buying one so it would be great to not only surprise her with the mixer but some delicious treats too! And then we would bake lots and lots of cookies and pies because we love spending time in the kitchen together : )

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  729. Catherine Dunaway-Alt 731

    Marshmallows!!!

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  730. Lindsey 732

    Hot Chocolate Cookies!! and other holiday favorites :)

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  731. All my kids favorite things.

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  732. Carole 734

    I’ll make Slovakian apricot cookies. Thanks for the fabulous giveaway!

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  733. Lynzie 735

    I have only been married a year but have tried to make key lime cheese cake 6 times with horrible results EVERY SINGLE TIME. My new mother-in-law on the other hand is Betty Crocker on crack, and although amazing, her skills are very intimidating to my cooking at every event. Therefore, I would use this FAB machine to conquer cheesecake and hold my own during the holidays!

    You can check out the amazing cake I am trying to make at link to food.com

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  734. Regan 736

    I will make my highly desired layered torta: creamm cheese and butter layered with fresh basil pesto and an additional layer sundried tomato pesto. It is DELISH! After it’s served as an appetizer, we use it the next day to layer on either turkey or salami sandwiches (and served panini style) YUM!

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  735. Kristin 737

    I’d make chocolate mint/candy cane cupcakes!

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  736. Jennifer in SC 738

    I would make red velvet cookie sandwiches (like oreos but red velvet).
    My hand mixer can’t handle the thickness of the mix.

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  737. Carolyn 739

    I’d make toffee squares and peanut butter cookies with chocolate kisses.

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  738. chellie 740

    christmas treats and bread!

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  739. Natalie James 741

    I would make a delicious chocolate souffle! (Such a pain to whip egg whites by hand. Yikes.)

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  740. Morris 742

    I’m going to make ground venison burgers with the meat grinder attachment! And with the mixer, I’m going to make Simple Crusty Bread, and Pumpkin Bread!

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  741. TinaW 743

    I’m going to make the Monkey Bubble Bread from Baked Explorations. Yum!

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  742. Amanda 744

    chocolate chip cookies!

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  743. I am going to make my grandmother’s homemade cinnamon rolls with a new mixer! I’ve never made them before because the dough always kills my dinky handheld.

    Boy, I have a lot of catching up to do. You’ve been posting a lot, and I’ve been slacking on reading. But I have a good reason…my book is almost done!!!!!

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  744. Jessica 746

    Ha I have to bake a cake for 200 people next week which, coincidentally, is the day before my birthday. Biggest Christmas/birthday cake/ gingerbread house ever!

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  745. Barb in CA 747

    I have been dying to make an apple bundt cake – it involves way too much brown sugar, and way, way too much butter. It’s just fabulous.

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  746. Karie 748

    I would make the cinnamon roll recipe I saw on The King Arthur Flor Company’s website earlier today.

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  747. Amber 749

    MMM…bread dough to use for cinnamon buns for our mock Saint Lucia breakfast in first grade!

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  748. pat 750

    PIZZA!!!!!!

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  749. Amanda 751

    pizza dough, for sure. and other yeasty things :)

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  750. Jessica G 752

    my mom’s brownies. THE best i’ve ever had.

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  751. Heather Spooner 753

    Cheesecakes! Lots and Lots of cheesecakes!

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  752. Donna 754

    Black and White Cookies to welcome my daughters home from college. They’re a favorite.

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  753. Monica 755

    If I win this kitchenaid mixer I will be gifting to my best friends. SHE: loves to bake but cannot make any of her family’s cookie recipes without a stand mixer. HE: Loves to cook, but not to bake, and he constantly bugs her about baking cookies for him. THEREFORE: SHE can’t make the cookies, HE doesn’t get to eat the cookies, and I have to listen to them playfully bicker about it. I would love to present my best friends with the gift of COOKIES for the holidays.

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  754. Nicole 756

    pumpkin chocolate chip “gobs” (or whoopie pies for the rest of the world) with cream cheese icing! yummy!!!

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  755. Maria 757

    Pumpkin muffins!

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  756. wendy 758

    oh man, i would make challah bread and die of happiness!

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  757. Angie 759

    I will be making Strawberries marinated in Raspberry Balsamic with Whipped Chocolate Mascarpone

    link to zozzobrasrecipes.blogspot.com

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  758. Lorna 760

    All the Christmas cookie favorites-chocolate snowballs, fruitcake cookies, chocolate date filled cookies, twists, diamonds…

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