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!
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.
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
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!
Maintenance Tip: Stirrers & Mixers
Stirrers are very robust, and generally withstand the demanding laboratory routine. However, in general, they should still be handled with care and users should always follow the instructions in the user’s manual. To ensure those directions are followed, lab managers must properly train staff in the handling of stirrers or mixers.