Compact Kitchen Appliances at London Drugs


Monday, November 25th, 2013 — 9:15am PST
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London Drugs is one of those stores where you just know you’ll find what you’re looking for. Whether it’s a snack, a movie, iPhone accessory, camera, cosmetics, box of tissues, shampoo, vitamins, toys, and gifts. Heading into a season of entertaining and home-cooking, they are currently profiling their small appliance collections. Here are just some of the products you’ll be able to find at London Drugs:

London Drugs Grand Opening and BC Children's Hospital Campaign

  • Start holiday mornings off right with the Breville Smart Waffle Maker. With its no-mess overflow moat, Thermal Pro™ even heat, auto start countdown it will make sure that your waffles start everyone’s day with a smile. With Adjustable Settings for Belgian, Classic, Chocolate, and Buttermilk the browning control makes sure that waffles come out perfect every time.
  • Pair your breakfasts or desserts with an individually served coffee from the Cuisinart Brewing System. The My K-Cup® Reusable Coffee Filter can be filled with any gourmet ground coffee to suit personal tastes and is conveniently stored right in the unit.
  • The T-fal Optigrill comes with six cooking programs designed with pre-set cooking temperatures and cycles for red meat, poultry, burgers, sandwiches and fish. The simple to use colour-coded system monitors the cooking process and features 600 cm² of cooking surface. Clean up is made easy with detachable and dishwasher safe plates.
  • The T-fal Actifry is an electric fryer that features a revolutionary patented technology that reduces the fat associated with frying food. Only one tablespoon of oil is needed to cook 2.2 lbs of crispy french fries. The hot air distribution cooks delicious snacks like crunchy stir fried vegetables, seafood, meat and chicken.
  • For home cooks with time on their side or those trying to cook in between shopping and errands, the Breville Fast-Slow Cooker is one appliance that lets you live both lives. The Fast Slow Cooked let s you tender meat in minutes using pressure or flavor it for eight hours when slow cooking. Sauté and sear onions and meats directly in the cooking bowl or pressure steam vegetables, poultry or seafood in minutes. Fully programmable, with integrated safety features so you can set and forget, the Fast Slow Cooker’s 6 Quart capacity is perfect for when friends drop in for dinner.
  • The Cuisinart Countertop Steam Oven is truly a unique oven that incorporates all the functions of a professional steam oven in a countertop footprint. It’s a countertop convection oven with full steaming capability and reduces cooking time by as much as 40%. Steam or poach any type of vegetable, fish, poultry or rice. Special settings allow you to proof breads, rolls – even homemade pretzels and donuts. Bake them faster, with bakery-quality results while increasing moisture retention.
  • The KitchenAid Food Processorwith Exact Slice System lets your prepare your dishes with minimal prep work required. The adjustable slicing disc can slice, shred, knead, chop or puree almost any fruit or vegetable. The Ultra Wide Mouth™ Feed Tube accommodates tomatoes, cucumbers, and potatoes. With three power settings this food processor features the first-ever externally adjustable slicing lever in a countertop food processor.

If you’re curious to see what you can make with these items, check out London Drugs’ twelve recipes of Christmas cookbook. They’ll be featuring recipes on their blog in the coming weeks. To give you a head start with your holiday feast preparations, London Drugs has offered up one of their featured compact kitchen appliances to one Miss604 reader:

KitchenAidLDPrepare your ingredients in the KitchenAid Ultra Stand Mixer with its 10-speed control range with a capacity for kneading two loaves of bread.

The tilt-head design allows for clear access the stainless steel bowl. The stand mixer includes a flat beater, dough hook and wire whip. The KitchenAid Artisan series is available in 26 colours, chefs only need to order their custom colour in-store.

Here’s how you can enter to win this KitchenAid Ultra Stand Mixer (retail price $399.99) in red:

  • Leave a comment naming what you would make with the mixer (1 entry)
  • Post the following on Twitter (1 entry)
RT to enter to win a #KitchenAid mixer from @LondonDrugs + @Miss604 http://ow.ly/rachV #LDHoliday

I will draw one winner at random from all entries next Monday, December 2, 2013 at 12:00pm.

BC-based London Drugs has 78 stores in more than 35 major markets throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Follow along on Facebook and Twitter to hear the latest special offers.

Update The winner is @LeighStriegler!

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380 comments

  1. Holly says:

    I would make Italian Ricotta Cheesecake. My Grandmother’s amazing recipe! So good!!

    Thanks so much for the chance to win! Happy Holidays!

  2. Aiden says:

    I would make more banana bread

  3. Joan Brown says:

    I would make a chocolate cheese cake.

  4. Kate says:

    cinnamon buns!

  5. I would make pie dough & use it to make butter tarts.

  6. Brad says:

    I tried making brownies with just a whisk but it turned out grainy. 🙁 I would definitely retry with a stand mixer.

  7. Keri says:

    I would make short bread

  8. Tracey Flattes says:

    Christmas cake!

  9. Nabila says:

    I would make my grandmas blueberry cake for her, since it’s harder for her to make it now! 🙂

  10. stacey says:

    I would make my Grandma’s delicious recipe for biscuits!!

  11. Brenda says:

    Christmas cookies!

  12. bekki says:

    I would make chocolate chip cookies

  13. Robert says:

    Cupcakes!

  14. Dave says:

    I would make pizza dough!

  15. Stephanie T says:

    Mmm I would make a large batch of my basic chocolate cupcake recipe and a batch of icing all differently coloured and knock myself out with a cupcake decorating (and eating) day!

  16. Cliff says:

    My mom’s hazelnut cookie recipe

  17. Tyler Ingram says:

    I really don’t know what I would make but I know we would find something delciously yummy to make use of it!

  18. jan says:

    shortbread

  19. Erica says:

    I would try and replicate Solly’s cottage cheese muffins!

  20. rob says:

    I would make some bread and cookies!

  21. Valerie says:

    Irish cream fudge

  22. Sandra says:

    I would make our family’s tradition of peach cookies!

  23. Anna says:

    yumm… banana bread!

  24. NicT says:

    So many bread recipes I could try! And it fits the decor of my kitchen.

  25. Serena Debolt says:

    I would make dinner rolls quicker than kneading by hand, and they would be fluffier too

  26. Diana Serban says:

    I would make molten chocolate lava cake!!!

  27. Rachel says:

    I would make a chocolate cake!!

  28. Mary Anne says:

    Gingerbread men!and other yummy Christmas treats

  29. Winnie Wong says:

    I would make a cranberry swirl cheesecake!

  30. Kai Yan Chau (Ivy) says:

    Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies!

  31. Shara says:

    My carrot cake with grand marnier soaked raisins and cream cheese frosting!

  32. Vania says:

    My kitchen dream!!! I would sure be baking a lot of bread at home!

  33. Jen Tokaryk says:

    I would make Christmas treats of course 🙂

  34. Sarah Gordon says:

    I would definitely make my Grandmother’s famous brandy double chocolate fudge cake with coffee icing! Decadent!

  35. Dawn says:

    So many things! It would be so awesome for all my upcoming Christmas Baking but probably the first thing would be Chocolate Chip Cookies!

  36. Darcy says:

    Chocolate Chip Cookies

  37. Taruna Goel says:

    I would love to bake all my cakes with KitchenAid Ultra Stand Mixer and I hear it can even help me knead dough for my Indian naan breads! Would love to win it! Will make a perfect Christmas gift for our family 🙂

  38. Marcy Siple Oakley says:

    I would make every thing my heart desires. Family recipes and more!

  39. Jen says:

    Christmas treats!

  40. Kylie says:

    I would make cakes!

  41. Asha says:

    Cinnamon buns on Christmas morning!!!

  42. Sanaz says:

    I’d make banana bread

  43. Laurel says:

    My signature Chocolate cake with Fudge icing! It’s Deelish (if I say so myself 😉

  44. Greg says:

    What I would really make is my wife happy. She would make all sorts of confectionary deliciousness!

  45. Jorge says:

    I would make a cake for my wife!

  46. Suzy Lyster says:

    I would make macaroons!

  47. Terry Calhoun says:

    With Christmas coming it would have to be a large batch of shortbread.

  48. Mandy says:

    Cheese cake!

  49. Wade M says:

    I would make EVERYTHING for my 5 year anniversary and Christmas dinners !!

  50. Greg says:

    carrot cake

  51. Nancy says:

    Christmas baking especially Ginger cookies

  52. Natalie says:

    Momofuku’s Compost Cookies.

  53. Kam says:

    I would make a delicious chocolate cake with this mixer!

  54. Michelle says:

    I would make egg nog cupcakes with cream cheese icing, yummy! I currently only have a hand beater for my baking needs so the KitchenAid Ultra Stand Mixer would be perfect!!!

  55. kay says:

    shortbread cookies

  56. Sally says:

    Maple cinnamon cookies

  57. Nicky says:

    chocolate cake

  58. Jeff says:

    I would make chocolate brownies with chocolate icing and salted caramel and pecans on top! Yummmm!

  59. Laura says:

    Boring,.. but cake.

  60. Janice M says:

    cookies!

  61. Julian says:

    I would make gingerbread!

  62. Swapnil Shah says:

    Banana Nut Bread!

  63. Angela says:

    gingerbread cookies

  64. Julia says:

    Biscuits! Totally craving some warm biscuits with whipped cream and strawberry jam…

  65. Michelle says:

    Little gingerbread cookies for the holiday bake sale @ work 😀

  66. Curtis Slade says:

    mmmm strawberry cheesecake and apple pies, mmmmmmmm

  67. Melissa E says:

    I would use this for all my Christmas cookies and baking!

  68. Michelle says:

    Chocolate Gingerbread!

  69. Misty says:

    Ooh, I’ve always wanted a KitchenAid mixer, and if I had one I would be making cinnamon buns way too often for my own good!

  70. I’d use it for making peanut butter cookies!

  71. Andrea B. says:

    I would make whipped shortbread!

  72. Vince says:

    Cookies!

  73. Cathy C says:

    I would make shortbread cookies first!

  74. DB says:

    So many choices!

  75. Jessy says:

    Banana bread and Indian desserts!

  76. Taigi M says:

    Cake, Cake, Cheesecake.. and then maybe some cookies.

  77. maggie says:

    I’d love to have one of these for using the dough hook to knead bread.

  78. renee says:

    I would make chocolate chip & walnuts banana bread

  79. Sandy says:

    I would definitely make asian milk bread with that stand mixer!

  80. Ali says:

    I would make gingerbread cookies.

  81. mongupp says:

    I would whip up some meringue.

  82. Amina says:

    I will make lots and lots of cookies! This is a great item to reduce time in the kitchen!

  83. Katie says:

    Carrot cake!

  84. Joe says:

    Hands Down… Chocolate Chip Cookies!!!

  85. Mary W says:

    Macaroons

  86. Sharon says:

    Believe it or not – fruitcake! My mom makes the world’s greatest fruitcake each Christmas and we all wait it anxiously. She taught me how to make it this year in her KitchenAid mixer and it would be amazing to have one of my own!!!

  87. Leora says:

    Christmas cookies!

  88. Matty says:

    Pumpkin cheesecake! Yum.

  89. Bread for sure! I have been dreaming of one for years because kneading the dough is just so annoying! This would make my Christmas!

  90. Karen says:

    Bread! Delicious, sourdough bread.

  91. Gale Neumann says:

    Awesome!! Really need this to Bake the Holiday Goodies!!!
    Thank You for the chance to win such a great prize!!

  92. Radhika K says:

    I would make cake

  93. Glenda says:

    Cheesecake. Lots and lots of cheesecakes!

  94. Susanna says:

    I’d love to turn out some batches of loaves and cookies, or even try out some of the bread recipes that have been calling my name. My current mixer is just a glorified electric mixer on a stand and can’t handle such thick batters/doughs. I’ve been asking for a Kitchen Aid stand mixer for years, but the husband, who purchased the above-mentioned electric mixer, won’t budge. Please, make my Christmas!

  95. Shawna says:

    COOKiES!! So many cookies. Or buy the attachment and make pasta!

  96. David says:

    Bread. Or pie. Mmmm pie!

  97. Lloyd says:

    Christmas cookies for everybody.

  98. Mary says:

    All sorts of pastries, ice cream and a ehole lot more for my two young boys, hubby, family members and friends. Thank you.

  99. Donna L says:

    I’d make sugar cookies. But with this beauty it’d be a waste not to learn how to make more stuff!

  100. Deb says:

    I would make Christmas cake

  101. Kerry says:

    I make cookies every year for gifts and this would help

  102. Jennifer says:

    I would try making a cake from scratch!

  103. You always have great contests, I would get my girlfriend
    to make me cookies, she can use the mixer, I would probably
    create something terrible

  104. katrina says:

    pizza dough!!!

  105. Susanne says:

    I would probably be asked to make cc cookies by my hubby <3

  106. Jane Mehai says:

    I would make Christmas cookies for my friends and family !

  107. bjh says:

    My mom’s cookies!

  108. Sylvia says:

    I would use it to knead bread all the time!

  109. Frank_Z says:

    Xmas cookies, already bought ingredients

  110. Justine says:

    Been wanting one of these for years. One thing I’d definitely use it for is kneading dough. Wouldn’t mind getting the grinder attachment as well and have a go at making my own sausages.

  111. Jane says:

    cinnamon buns

  112. Tina L. says:

    banana chocolate chip bread

  113. maria says:

    A cake!

  114. Cristina Lawrie says:

    Homemade pasta with the pasta maker attachment!

  115. Jas says:

    Cinnamon Buns!

  116. Gary says:

    I’d try to make banana bread

  117. Josh S says:

    I would make delicious Christmas baking.

  118. Anne Guagliardo says:

    I would make my best tiramisu with it! So good!!

    Thanks so much for this chance to win this item ! Happy Holidays!

    Anne

  119. Alise says:

    What wouldn’t I make? But I would start with brownies, then move to biscotti, then some chocolate/khalua/coffee cheesecake… and the list goes on and on and on!

  120. Dave says:

    Oatmeal raisin cookies.

  121. Ray says:

    Cheesecake, loads of cheesecakes.

  122. Varley says:

    Delicious bread.

  123. Tanis says:

    I would make Carrot Curry Soup!

  124. Jen R says:

    I would make banana chocolate chip muffins, so tasty!

  125. Kelsey says:

    I would make vanilla chocolate marble cupcakes, with chocolate icing!

  126. Jen says:

    I would make banana blueberry muffins, along with all my Christmas baking!

  127. Jaimie says:

    christmas sugar cookies!

  128. Bobbi says:

    I would make more and more cookies!!

  129. Rajbinder Kaur says:

    Yummy shortbread cookies! Grandma loves them! cheers

  130. Heather says:

    I would make a good old fashioned chocolate cake 🙂

  131. I would make cookies!…no, Brownies…umm pizza Dough? well i would make a ton of stuff!

  132. Iris @muckymoo says:

    I would make gingerbread and speculaas this Christmas with it.

  133. Areta says:

    I would make banana bread!

  134. Am says:

    Chocolate marble cake!

  135. Krista says:

    Oh boy, I’ve always wanted a KitchenAid Mixer! I’d be making EVERYTHING with it, but especially I would ask it nicely to help me make bread. Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  136. Sonia says:

    Lots and Lots of Christmas cookies!

  137. James says:

    Chocolate chip cookies.

  138. Isaac says:

    Cheesecake!!!!!!!!!!!!

  139. Terra says:

    Christmas baking, pies, cookies…lots to do! I have been PVR’ing Anna Olsen and she is the baking queen.

  140. tracy says:

    banana bread! yum!

  141. Maggie says:

    Chocolate chip cookies hands down!

  142. Dora says:

    Shortbread cookies!

  143. Bons says:

    Christmas cookies

  144. Tracy says:

    chocolate chip cookies!

  145. Joanne says:

    Cake pops!

  146. Cassia says:

    My favorite chocolate cake. My mom’s recipe!!! 🙂 I really need it in my kitchen!!!

  147. Dennis L. says:

    Cookies!!

  148. Maggie says:

    Tiramisu!!

  149. Dilara says:

    Cake!

  150. Deb says:

    I’m horrible at baking, but would be inspired by this machine and would love to bake cakes.

  151. Kevin says:

    Cookies.

  152. John says:

    Definitely banana bread

  153. monique says:

    I’d make a Christmas tree cupcake!

  154. Kate says:

    i’d use it to knead dough for beautiful baguettes and epis.

  155. Anna says:

    I’d make my mom’s amazing chocolate cake with cream cheese icing!

  156. Alex says:

    Christmas cookies for family and friends!

  157. Ryan says:

    i would make shortbread cookies

  158. tania says:

    Pasta!!

  159. rino says:

    Cookies!!

  160. Jocelyn says:

    I would make ice cream with the ice cream attachment. My daughter really wants us to have one. Thank you for the contest.

  161. Stotes says:

    Corn bread!

  162. Amy says:

    Cookies, brownies, cake, pasta… Will try to make everything!

  163. Shauna says:

    My traditional melt in your mouth shortbread cookies!

  164. Jeff says:

    Fabulous! This would be great for pizza and pie dough.

  165. Ariel says:

    A giant mountain of cookies!

  166. Mary says:

    I would make Pies, cakes and cookies!

  167. Roberta says:

    I’d use it to whip cream to top all the delicious pie & desserts over the holidays.

  168. Kristy says:

    I would finally tackle bread.

  169. San says:

    I would make my mom & grandma’s amazing bread loaves recipe.

  170. I would use this bad-boy to whip up a batch of Hank’s homemade dog muffins!
    Brown rice, quinoa, chicken or salmon, squash, apples, spinach, eggs and lots of love..

    Some may say it’s a lot of work, but he is definitely worth it!

  171. jordan says:

    I would make gluten free banana cake!! yummy!

  172. Laura says:

    I’m obsessed! This kitchen aid mixer has been on my wish list for years!
    Probably the first thing I would make: standard chocolate chip cookies 🙂

  173. Gerry says:

    And in RED too!! I would make our traditional Christmas Stollen bread, which is yeasty, fruity, nutty, with cardamom and a wisp of thin icing glazed on top! Mmmmm… happy holidays!!

  174. Amita says:

    I decorate cakes for charity events and fundraisers. This mixer would make my life a whole lot easier!

  175. Eileen says:

    Cheesecake is the first thing I’d make in this! And then cookie dough!

  176. Christina says:

    I would first make soft mint chocolate chocolate chip cookies
    Then I’d make soft ginger molasses cookies
    Then I’d make some short bread
    Should probably figure out a savoury dish… Hmmm? How about chicken pot pie!!
    Or stuffed Yorkshire Puddings!

  177. Cameron says:

    Cinnamon Buns. Many, many cinnamon buns.

  178. Debbie Henzel says:

    I have become well known for my cheesecake pops. So, the first thing I would make is the obvious – Cheesecake Pops! For Christmas dinner, I plan to leave, by each dinner plate, a pop covered with white chocolate and crushed candy canes, This just adds a festive look to your table setting.

  179. leah says:

    I’d make cupcakes right away!

  180. Sara says:

    Macarons! I’ve always wanted to make them, but it’s hard to get them fluffy enough without a mixer.

  181. Elizabeth B says:

    red velvet cupcakes!

  182. Jules A. says:

    banana bread

  183. Erin W says:

    I’d totally make cookies!

  184. chista says:

    sugar cookies for xmas and banana bread for breakfast!

  185. lynn says:

    cupcakes!!!!

  186. liz says:

    I have wanted one of these for years.I would make the pastry for homemade Jamaican patties!YUM!

  187. Sharon says:

    Christmas cookies and cakes

  188. Elena P says:

    Real whipped cream!

  189. Carol says:

    cakes, cakes and more cakes

  190. Lael says:

    Christmas cookies!

  191. Julia says:

    Fillings for pie!

  192. Gary says:

    Oh boy.. Getting hungry thinking about the end products from this machine.

  193. Ron S says:

    Muffins!

  194. Cindy Smith says:

    Chocolate brownies

  195. Nina says:

    OMG I can’t even pick one but.. macaron! and cupcakes!!

  196. Marissa says:

    Banana bread

  197. Emilia says:

    Banana Bread

  198. Maria says:

    Christmas cookies!

  199. Cheryl Borgmann says:

    I would love a new mixer to make cookies for the kids I work with at the amazing non profit, Junior Achievement of BC

  200. Maureen says:

    Avocado oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. They are tasty!

  201. Chris says:

    I would get the sausage attachment and make sausages!

  202. Tracy says:

    I’d make red velvet cupcakes and macarons of every flavour!

  203. Cathy says:

    I’d make cupcakes for my nephews! 🙂

  204. Fred Q says:

    A moist chocolate cake for a Christmas dinner dessert.

  205. Kimberley says:

    Whipped shortbread cookies!!

  206. Donald says:

    Sponge cake using whipped egg whites.

  207. Jon says:

    Cookies. Chocolate Chip Cookies.

    I bake the boring old recipe off the back of the chocolate chip packet & yet everyone says they’re the best cookies they’ve ever tasted. I think my friends have forgotten how to cook 🙂

  208. Karen says:

    I would try and master gluten free cupcakes and cakes! Store bought is expensive and highly processed.

  209. Cyndi says:

    blueberry muffins

  210. Laura says:

    I would make delicious Scottish Shortbread!! 🙂

  211. Dayna Wilson says:

    I’d make some shortbread for Christmas!

  212. Elizabeth Sales says:

    cupcakes!!

  213. Tracy says:

    Walnut cookies and other goodies for Christmas!

  214. Angela says:

    anything and everything! I’ll start with some Christmas baking–cookies!

  215. Stephanie says:

    What a beauty! it would be the nicest thing in my kitchen and I would proudly make cookies with it. For starters…..

  216. Angela says:

    Coffee cake!

  217. Angie says:

    this will be a great christmas present!

  218. Olivia says:

    I’d make some gluten-free carrot cake

  219. Tamara says:

    I would make ginger snaps! And lots of other cookies. And cakes! And mashed potatoes! And whipped cream! It’s all yummy!

  220. Mike B says:

    chocolate chip cookies 🙂

  221. obviously cookies with sprinkles on top.

  222. Amy says:

    dumplings! and many many more! 🙂

  223. Nicole says:

    chocolate chip cookies!

  224. Holly Messana says:

    I would be making cookies!

  225. Marianne says:

    Chocolate tiramisu cupcakes!!!

  226. Stephanie Chow says:

    Red velvet cupcakes!

  227. Brooklyn says:

    I would make my favorite Christmas season cookie – shortbread!!

  228. Darwin says:

    I would make some pizza dough with the mixer

  229. Phaedra says:

    I would make my maple bacon chocolate chip cookies, Yum!

  230. Paula says:

    Ohhh so many things! But the top of my list would be Pan Dulce! (sort of like fruit cake, but more nutty and delicious!)

  231. Sandy says:

    I would make white chocolate chip cookies (with macadamia nuts!)

  232. Leanne M says:

    I would make a cake!

  233. Kymm hunter says:

    I will make pizza dough, bread dough and cookie dough!

  234. Kymm hunter says:

    I will make pizza dough and cookies!

  235. CG says:

    Perfect for holiday baking! But if I could pick just one – pancake batter for Xmas morning 🙂

  236. lisa says:

    some nice brownies!

  237. Riley says:

    Fudge!

  238. Stephanie says:

    I would make egg-free banana bread and maybe ‘mixin’ some chocolate chips!

  239. Lexia Nash says:

    So hope to win with you! Follwed for two yrs now, have yet to win… but holidays are here lol.. I’d love to make some x-mas baking if I won, for sons & I 🙂

  240. Amanda Aujla says:

    I would start making cupcakes again and more often! It’s quite tedious to make frostine without a stand mixer.

  241. Ana says:

    lots and lots of macarons. mmmm…

  242. Melaney G Lyall says:

    I would by the grinder attachment and then make
    Elk Sausage, Deer ground meat, smoked salmon/sockeye sausages…
    FUN!! I would put it to great use! Thanks!

  243. Melaney G Lyall says:

    Then I would start all my Christmas Baking!
    welsh cakes
    double chocolate fudge
    rum balls
    matrimonial cake
    Mexican wedding cookies
    shortbread
    cranberry swirls
    pecan tarts
    lemon loaf
    cinnamon swirl coffee cake….
    the list goes on…

  244. Kirky says:

    I would make anything and everything. So many options.

  245. Tina says:

    brownies 🙂

  246. Great for holiday baking, that are really very helpful on trip.

  247. Lucie B says:

    Cookies. Lots and lots of cookies for work, friends, and the family.

  248. jackie says:

    Bread!

  249. Branka says:

    I’d make loads of cookies for Xmas and experiment with lots of different kinds of bread!

  250. Kathy E. says:

    I would make my signature bread wreath for Christmas

  251. Rachel says:

    Cookies! Cakes! Bread! Need one!

  252. Shawn Connelly says:

    Now that would be a very nice gift to give. This Kitchen Aid mixer is a premier home appliance. I don’t think the high quality has changed since my grandmother’s days. Unlike most junk today, this mixer’s usable life is measured in decades.

  253. Lisa Gedak says:

    Wow, beautiful machine!!! I would definitely make Christmas treats…cookies and squares and bark!

  254. Ruth says:

    Panettone for Christmas!

  255. Hannah says:

    Red velvet cake!

  256. Janice says:

    S Sir-Mix-a-Lot mix tape! J/K. I’d make very alcoholic eggnog.

  257. Tntin says:

    Shortbread!

  258. Mandy says:

    I would make shortbread

  259. Steve says:

    I would make fresh pasta with the pasta attachment

  260. Darcie says:

    So many different things! – cake, cookies, cupcakes to name a few! I always make such a mess with my hand mixer

  261. Linda says:

    I bake a lot; I would use the mixer to make cakes.

  262. Tony says:

    Banana bread

  263. Michael Florizone says:

    I would bake some amazing bread for my wife and baby!

  264. Jen says:

    Christmas baking! First up would be Martha’s chocolate cookies with the hidden peanut butter centres…yummmm.

  265. Ana says:

    perfectly fluffy frosting for perfectly whipped up cupcakes! this mixer is perfection!

  266. Shannon says:

    Bread!!

  267. Baljinder says:

    Cake!!!

  268. Sharon D. says:

    something decadent

  269. Sandy T says:

    just in time for baking up a storm! hosting my 1st Christmas dinner this year & this would be the BEST gift of the year!

  270. Jenni says:

    I would make bread! Lots and lots of bread. Oh, and likely lots of Christmas cookies 🙂

  271. Brenda says:

    Cookies for sure!

  272. Zoe says:

    Chocolate mousse!

  273. Sandy T says:

    A Pumpkin Eggnog Cheesecake!!

  274. Beth says:

    Chocolate chip macadamia nut cookies.

  275. Hayley says:

    I would love to bake a chocolate cake from scratch~

  276. Jenn S says:

    I would make so much, my Mom’s banana Bread recipe, whipped cream, lots and lots of cookies

  277. Corrina says:

    Cupcakes !!!!!

  278. Diana Craig says:

    I would whip me up a batch of Christmas Stollen. Mmmmm

  279. Sharon says:

    I’d make some bread, or my famous chocolate chip cookies.

  280. Jenette says:

    Everything! I love to bake!

  281. nicolthepickle says:

    I would make cinnamon buns.

  282. MARY MOUGEOT says:

    How about some yummy Beignets with powdered sugar!

  283. Katia says:

    Nutella bundt cake and loaves of bread

  284. Carol M says:

    Tis the season, I’d make shortbread!

  285. Steph Bkn says:

    I would make whipped shortbread!!

  286. Nathan says:

    I think I shall make… bread, when I win the mixer. Sorry to the rest of you who aren’t going to win.

  287. Tara Jensen says:

    I’d make cookies. 🙂

  288. valerie says:

    I would make many batches of cookies for my hardworking colleagues at BC Childrens Hospital!

  289. Dianne G. says:

    I would make my son his favorite cookies. M & Ms Oatmeal Cookies.

  290. Bettina says:

    I would make lots and lots of chocolate chip cookies!

  291. Kathie says:

    I would make my first batch of shortbread christmas cookies!!!

  292. Tiffany Wilson says:

    Lots of Christmas shortbread cookies!

  293. Sherry F says:

    I would make my sister & neice very happy because I would give it to them. Then they can make all sorts of treats for the family.

  294. Gian V says:

    merengue

  295. Cake. And whip cream. Lots and lots of whip cream.

  296. Krista says:

    I would make cayenne pepper pumpkin bread, banana bread, cookies of all kinds…basically it would be a baking frenzy 🙂

  297. Helisa D says:

    Oh so many things! Banana bread, lemon meringue pie, chocolate mousse…my mixer is a really old clunker so I don’t bring it out much. I would proudly display and use this one!

  298. Kevin says:

    bread and muffins!

  299. Kim says:

    Candycane cheesecake!

  300. Lori-Mae says:

    I would make egg nog cupcakes with a salted caramel and rum buttercream frosting 🙂

  301. Kelly says:

    nutella cake

  302. Andrew P says:

    I’d make Cheesecake

  303. Tooth Fairy says:

    I would whip up a sweet and fantastic marble cake! I spike it with a bit of rum in the nutty chocolate batter! Tweeted @toothfairycyber too!

  304. Katie says:

    Icing, whip cream, and gingerbread men for the xmas tree!

  305. Heidi says:

    I’d make Christmas cookies!

  306. Hannah says:

    This would come in handy for Xmas baking 🙂

  307. Vincent Chen says:

    COOKIES!!!

  308. Samantha G says:

    I would make bread, cookies and cakes, oh my!

  309. Andrea Amy says:

    whipped shortbread 🙂

  310. Crystal Englot says:

    I would whip up a batch of my delicious banana nut bread

  311. Kiri says:

    Lemon cheesecake!

  312. Teresa K says:

    I would make cookies.

  313. Debbie says:

    Christmas cake

  314. Dave says:

    cookies, cake and real whipped cream!

  315. Etienne says:

    A yummy cake!

  316. Steven says:

    I would make cookies, and I would share them. 🙂

  317. Loraine says:

    I would make delicious shortbread cookies.

  318. Frances Murphy says:

    Ooooh I’d make lots of Christmas treats, cookies and brownies and some biscuits for Christmas dinner 🙂

  319. Al Szajman says:

    I wouldn’t make a thing because if I win, I’ll donate it to an organization that provides gifts to families in need.

  320. Denise Morris says:

    I’d make my moms shortbread. I need this mixer to whip the dough. It is impossible to whip it enough by hand. A stand mixer is required.

  321. jenn L says:

    Christmas baking!!!!

  322. Sharylin says:

    Sausage & Cheese bites, they are a family favourite

  323. Dom says:

    I would make muffins!!

  324. Lynn Montes says:

    I would make seasoned cheese bread!!

  325. Emiko says:

    I would make cookies!!

  326. Michelle says:

    I would make Christmas cookies for the family !

  327. Dana says:

    I would make gluten free bread 🙂

  328. Melody says:

    hmmmm I would be icing flower buds for cake decorating 🙂

  329. Sandra J says:

    It’s Christmas – I’d make cookies!

  330. Amy says:

    I’d make cookies!!!

  331. Pei says:

    I would make bread.

  332. Richard W says:

    I would make NY cheers cake for my gf.

  333. Gingerbread~ It’s exactly that time!

  334. shannon says:

    Cup Cakes.

  335. Kim Rees says:

    Butter tarts with real homemade pastry !

  336. Meg says:

    Batches of chocolate chip cookies to share with my colleagues and friends 🙂

  337. Jodi M. says:

    I would use it for lots of things but first off to make bread.

  338. Dara says:

    I would make the annual cookies I give out to those on the Downtown Eastside 🙂 Amazing how a cookie can brighten someone’s day!

  339. Josephine says:

    My grandmothers lemon cake

  340. Lexie says:

    I would use it to make the batter for my family pancake recipe!

  341. Tina L. says:

    I would make banana bread.

  342. Melody G. says:

    I would make pavlova. I never have, but I’m sure I could with a KitchenAid mixer.

  343. Ava B says:

    With the KitchenAid Ultra Stand Mixer, I’d make eggnog cookies!!

  344. Angela says:

    I would make gluten free pasta.

  345. Lindsay says:

    Sugar cookies!

  346. sue says:

    Chocolate Chip cookies

  347. Gerry says:

    I would make our delicious Christmas stollen, that we have made every single Christmas Eve for 30 years!

  348. Karen says:

    With this gorgeous machine, I’d make my “famous” stollen, perfect at this time of year!

  349. Amy says:

    My dad would love this as a present, as he’s been wanting a KitchenAid mixer ever since his old mixer broke! He’d probably make vanilla cake.

  350. Barbara says:

    I would make our favourite Christmas jam cookies.

  351. Carol M says:

    I’d make Shortbread

  352. Angela Mitchell says:

    I would make gingerbread cookies and pieces for a gingerbread house.

  353. Debbie S. says:

    I’d make german chocolate cake!

  354. Katie Schiebler says:

    I would make everything. My first recipe using it would be meringues. Yummy!

  355. Antonio says:

    I would make angel food cake

  356. Laura K says:

    I would try to make Raincoast Crisp crackers…I have an awesome recipe for them!

  357. Margaret says:

    I would make Pavlova, because nothing whips egg whites like the KitchenAid machine.

  358. Helen says:

    I would bake a lot of Xmas goodies for my family especially my 3 lovely granddollies!

  359. Winnie W says:

    Marshmallows! I have a cool marshmallow book that has a bunch of cool recipes. This mixer will definitely come in handy!

  360. Linda says:

    I’d make naan bread. The mixer isn’t just essential for baking, I’d also use it to whip hand/face lotions and body butters 🙂

  361. Hetesh says:

    would make cheesecake!!!

  362. Ramona says:

    Banana bread!

  363. Jo Dee says:

    Cinnamon buns!

  364. Glenda says:

    double layer chocolate cake!

  365. Oliver says:

    Cheesecake!!

  366. A.J. says:

    I would make festive holiday pastries and other carb loaded goodness!

  367. Lemon_Cupidd says:

    I would make all sorts of Christmas goodies

  368. Oven/Grill and Steam Oven are the two items which I am looking for to add in my kitchen appliance list. I am sure now, both my spouse and me can cook delicious food for our guests this Christmas.

  369. sou says:

    I would make pizza dough…lots and lots of pizza dough!

  370. Wow, that London drugs seems quite interesting to me from where we can get any of kitchen appliances. It’s good if we get everything we want at one place. It could be very helpful especially for woman.

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