KitchenAid FPPA Mixer Attachment Pack for Stand Mixers

December 14, 2014 - Comment

This Mixer Attachment Pak includes the following for your Kitchen Aid stand mixer – Rotor, Slicer/Shredder, Food Grinder, & Fruit/Vegetable StrainerThis assortment of attachments makes your KitchenAid stand mixer as flexible as a Swiss army knife. You get a food grinder, slicer/shredder, and the fruit/vegetable strainer. Pull out the first and you’re grinding meat, breadcrumbs,

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This Mixer Attachment Pak includes the following for your Kitchen Aid stand mixer – Rotor, Slicer/Shredder, Food Grinder, & Fruit/Vegetable StrainerThis assortment of attachments makes your KitchenAid stand mixer as flexible as a Swiss army knife. You get a food grinder, slicer/shredder, and the fruit/vegetable strainer. Pull out the first and you’re grinding meat, breadcrumbs, and more; the second churns out sliced vegetables for potato chips, coleslaw, and the like, or shredded potatoes for hash browns; and the third has you whipping up apple butter in a snap. Each has its own instruction booklet, with tips and recipes. An excellent gift set for your favorite stand-mixer fan. –Betsy Danheim

Product Features

  • Includes food grinder, slicer/shredder, and fruit/vegetable strainer
  • Comes with instructions/recipe booklet
  • Can be used with any KitchenAid stand mixer
  • Grinder has fine and coarse grinding blades
  • Most parts are dishwasher-safe

Comments

Joanna Daneman says:

Does this mixer set cut the mustard? Well, sort of I have a KitchenAid and I must say, they are as good as their high reputation. I bought the mixer mainly to make bread, but what makes it even better are the accessories. These convert the stand mixer/dough maker into a vegetable processor, grinder and sausage maker. There is also a grain grinder that really works quite well. Here are the pros and cons of this set, as I see it:Pros:You get a decent meat grinder with two blades, coarse and fine. This means you can make ground turkey…

Eugene Mah "physics geek" says:

Nice addition, a little bit cumbersome I use this with my Kitchenaid Epicurean and really enjoy it. Used it to grind our own beef and pork for meatloaf and shredded plenty of cheese for mac and cheese. The motor provides plenty of power to grind and shred through just about anything, and the shredding/grinding blades seem to keep their edge quite nicely.There are a lot of bits to keep track of though, and some of them can be a little difficult to clean properly. I also wish the hopper for the grinder attachment was a little…

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