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It’s been a while since KitchenAid put something truly new onto the market in their range of stand mixers. This is their latest offering and it’s sure to please for a variety of reasons. 20% smaller, 25% lighter but with all the power of the KitchenAid Classic, this little beauty will give space conscious cooks a new option.

Keep scrolling down to see my full report on the KitchenAid Mini Mixer. I strongly suggest you also check out my post on the TOP 3 KITCHENAID MIXERS so click this link. I’ve also got my TOP 10 KITCHENAID MIXER ATTACHMENTS so click here.

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Pwero: 325 watts

Size: Cookie yield - 9 dozen

Fits all attachments: Yes

Warranty: 1 year hassle free

Recommendation: Excellent. Sets the standard from mixers.



Power: 250 watts

Size: Cookie yield - 5 dozen

Fits all attachments: Yes

Warranty: 1 year hassle free

Recommendation: Space saving and powerful. Lighter for easy handling.




Power: 250 watts

Size: Cookie yield - 6.75 dozen

Fits all attachments: Yes

Warranty: 1 year hassle free

Recommendation: Value choice. Great bang for the buck.

Mighty Power. Mini Footprint. The Artisan Mini stand mixer has the same power at the KitchenAid Classic and makes up to 5 dozen cookies in a single batch. It’s 20% smaller, 25% lighter, and fits all attachments. Check out the amazing range of colors!

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KitchenAid Mini Mixer – A Closer Look

So we know it’s smaller and lighter. That’s great. But there’s a couple of things to consider here.

Firstly, the bowl doesn’t have a handle. I don’t know why KitchenAid doesn’t make handles standard on all their bowls. Maybe it’s cost. Might be for looks. Either way, handles make them easier to use and more practical.

Next, it doesn’t come with a pouring shield. I admit that the shield doesn’t make it spill or splash proof, but it does help.

Fact is, the Classic is the same in terms of bowl features, so I don’t want to sound like I’m being negative about the Mini. Just something to consider when you’re making your purchase.

Does Size Matter?

You bet it does! Here’s the KitchenAid Mini Mixer beside it’s big brother – the Artisan.

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3 Times The Charm!

Here’s an overhead look comparing the Mini, Artisan, and Pro.

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Anyone For Cookies?

Here’s a head on look at the same threesome.

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But Does Smaller Mean Lesser?

No. And yes. Wait, let me clear that up. You want to talk power? It has the same power as the Classic. But at 250 watts the Mini is on the low end of the Kitchenaid mixer power scale. On the flip side, it’s compatible with all the amazing mixer attachments. However, since the bowl is smaller, the beater, hook, and whip are too – but they kind of cross each other out since they’re designed to work efficiently together for size.

Sound confusing? Don’t let it. The Mini is a proper KitchenAid mixer. It’s never going to rival the muscle and brawn of the Pro Series, but it was never meant to. Use it for the quantities it’s designed for and you’ll get fantastic results.

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Artisan Mini Mixer In Action

Here’s a nice video KitchenAid put together showing off their newest mixer.


  • Sleek design
  • 25% lighter, 20% smaller footprint than Classic
  • 10 speeds
  • Tilt head for easy access


  • No handle on bowl
  • Smaller sized beaters to match bowl (so not interchangeable if you already have some)

Final Thoughts

Yes, it’s smaller. Yes, it’s lighter. But it’s really not much cheaper so cost isn’t the main reason to make this purchase. Design and simplicity is what’s featured here. Not everyone needs to prep large quantities, so why not have an elegant tool that meets your more minimalist needs?

Guido Says

If cute and compact is what you want, this is your mixer – Guido

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If you want to learn more about KitchenAid mixers or the company, just click the link below. I’ve also included a few recipes to get you started.

Honey Oatmeal Bread
Basic White Bread
Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread