The KitchenAid KSM75WH Classic Plus is an entry-level model for beginner and intermediate chefs. Learning your way around the kitchen is no easy task and it involves learning many different skills and techniques. Becoming a good chef in order to feed your family, yourself or others does require a combination of elements. You have to learn some basic cooking knowledge, a few basic cooking techniques and you need the right equipment. The right equipment will not make you a great chef, but it will make the job significantly easier.
So will the KitchenAid KSM75WH help make life easier in the kitchen? Let’s have a look at what it offers and find out.
I suppose it depends on your personality a bit, but I happen to appreciate the simplicity. The KSM75WH is mixing simplicity at its best. It is not full of complicated buttons and controls, it is easy to clean and it does an efficient job at mixing ingredients. Simple, straightforward and it just works.
Efficient Mixing Action
The unit doesn’t have quite the number of touch points per rotation as some higher-end models, but it does a very efficient job at mixing everything from eggs and salad dressing to cookie dough and cake batter. It reaches the bottom of the mixing bowl and leaves very little to be desired.
The KitchenAid name means something in the kitchen appliance world. It means quality. This mixer comes from the well-respected appliance manufacturer and, therefore, has a certain level of quality and consistency you will not find with every mixer.
The 275-watt motor is not necessarily a problem or a downside, but it does provide certain limitations. The motor just is not powerful enough for jobs that are a little more demanding such as heavy bread dough. This shouldn’t be an issue for many people interested in an entry-level stand mixer, but you should be aware of it.
- 275-Watt Motor
- Unit Comes Apart and is Easy to Clean
- Includes All Necessary Attachments
- 5 Qt. Mixing Bowl
- Modern Design
- Weighs 15 lbs.
- 10 Available Speeds
- Quality KitchenAid Name
- Tilting Head
This mixer offers straightforward operation and is easy to set up in just a few minutes. It has ten available mixing speeds to choose from and performs well with a thorough mixing action rotation. The 275-watt motor is a little underpowered and not suitable for more demanding mixing tasks but does an excellent job with light and mid-range tasks.
We don’t have any problem recommending this model as an entry-level choice. It is efficient, easy to use and operate and meets quality standards of the KitchenAid name. If you need a stand mixer that is proficient at light and medium-duty mixing tasks, then this one is worthy of your consideration. This mixer should be on your list especially if you are trying to fit your purchase into a tight budget.