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The single-digit count down to Christmas is on and that can only mean one thing -- last minute deals!
Right now, you can still take advantage of some of the best deals of the year just in time for the holidays. And high on our wishlist this year is a KitchenAid Artisan Design stand mixer!
Originally retailing for $459.99, today you can snag one for just $239.99 -- that's a massive 48 percent off! Currently, the Candy Apple Red and Azure Blue hues from the Artisan Design series are on sale -- and they are almost too pretty.
Shop: KitchenAid Artisan Design stand mixer, $239.99 (orig. $459.99)
If you have been wrestling with your beat-up hand mixer for years, now is the time to upgrade. This stand mixer, with a tilt-head design, comes with a 5-quart glass bowl, 10 different speed settings and a one year warranty so you can feel confident in your purchase. And since these are part of the Artisan Design series, they're so good looking, you'll want to leave them out on your countertop.
Plus, professional and amateur bakers alike will love this top-rated mixer for its versatility. Not only is this mixer great for whipping up everything from cookies and cakes to loaves of bread, but KitchenAid has over 10 optional attachments you can add ranging from a fusilli pasta maker to a cheese grater that will let you turn your mixer into a do-it-all appliance.
One happy reviewer shared on Amazon, "I am not an expert in the kitchen by any means but this has been a game changer and motivator for me. I use it to make breads, cookies, cakes and things I hadn't thought of before like shredding chicken, mashed potatoes, whisking eggs, etc. I hope to get some attachments for it soon but not only is this a gorgeous ornament for your counter, it may help you (or at least encourage you) to become a better cook. I wish I had put it on my wedding registry as a NEED."