Die Redaktion vergleicht verschiedene Faktoren und geben jedem Produkt dann eine abschließende Gesamtbenotung. Considering the Bosch. Thank you for your through breakdown comparison. I didn’t bring it this time because I didn’t want to put it through the strain of a transformer, and I knew there was a stand mixer here with the right wiring for the New Zealand electrical current. I own both machines, although my kitchen aid has a smaller bowl and has less watts. So this year bought the smaller Kitchen Aid. It is more pricey (so I saved up for it) but I am so pleased with it and don’t have to “babysit it” when I knead bread like I did the Kitchen Aid. I miss it so much. Your post has given me some great points. There are other brands on the market, but today, I want to focus on these two mixers. That’s a plus to me. My first one was a hand-me-down from my mother, and it lasted about 15 years after she gave it to me.It was a 5-quart lift. I certainly would try one – especially if I had reason to make large batches of bread, and since my current KA is boring white (I SO want a periwinkle one, but, in my experience, these KAs never die – I’ve NEVER met or talked to anyone who burned one up!) I think the biggest reason I still have it is because she was so proud of herself for being able to buy it for me without assistance from her dad or sister. I love both and use them all the time. We use the Bosch to make the almond paste for marzipan. I love love love the Kenwood and all of the attachments I have for it. My Bosch has handled almost everything I’ve thrown at it, including triple batches of brioche dough and a 8lb sourdough miche. I’ve been very pleased with it and I’m glad I bought it rather than the KitchenAid. Can you advise if you have this and find it useful? I’m glad you love it, Mariann! Best bread mixer ever. And yes, it is great for bread and large batches of cookies. Loud – It definitely isn’t a quiet machine! I HATE the dough hook. I’m struggling with this as well. Thankfully my hubby fixed it and it’s working like a champ. After general conference a few weeks ago there was an ad for a Bosch sale and I jumped on it! She was twelve. All metal parts and works perfectly. I think I’m hung up on the main part of the KitchenAid right in the way of pouring ingredients, too. Big waste of money imo. I do have the bowl scraper and it works great ! It was cheaper and would get used more frequently (especially for a family of 2). I love reading what everyone thinks about this fascinating topic. I have had my Bosch mixer for 38 years, I have replaced the beaters several times. This is the Bosch Universal mixer I have. By the way, your Blackberry Crisp recipe is out of this world . I’ve been trying to justify switching because of the cost. This is the best mixer ever – it is one of the original, metal parts through and through. I’d think blending pitchers of ice wouldn’t be as hard on the motor as kneading dough! The hand mixer comes with dough hooks and the little beast is so strong! Out of warranty naturally so take that into account (I didn’t get the 1 yr extra extended warranty but that wouldn’t help now either). (Mine came with a Bosch hand mixer too, which is super amazing. I have broken cookie paddles (I use the machine for mixing all the way through adding cc). So I SOLD it so I could put the money towards my Bosch. They are worth it to me Love your stuff Mel! Probably almost 30 years old, and still works great. I always hated the stuff getting left on the bottom of the bowl, but only found out last week that there is a screw to adjust! Still does amazing with all needs!” Kami, “You most likely won’t have trouble with either and you “could” have trouble with either if for some stupid reason you get a defective one (highly unlikely in both cases). So what is the best choice for me? The open top of the Bosch does look nice. The Bosch Universal is a little bit wider than the Kitchen Aid Artisan, however, if you turn it around, it will end up being pretty similar. I’ve come across a Swedish mixer that seems to be have the great qualities of the Bosch and KA. I had to hunt around to find all the parts because they didn’t know what they were selling. Also, I know that the website says that the wire whisks shouldn’t be used for heavy cookie doughs, but growing up we only ever had the whisks and the dough hook, so we always used the whisks for cookies with no issue. Funny, I just used my KitchenAid on Sunday to mix chocolate chip cookies. This was very frustrating to me and I had to replace it a couple of times a year (no, I didn’t put it in the dishwasher). If you’re wondering if you should buy a KitchenAid or Cuisinart stand mixer, you only need to read our guide to see that KitchenAid took the cake for us. ... KitchenAid K45SS Classic Stand Mixer . There have been several people comment that the 7-quart industrial KitchenAid seems to be pretty durable. Great Post. Thank you! I have a feeling I’ll need to be making a stand mixer purchase in the near future so I really appreciate the timing of this post. It is amazing! Maybe it’s because I’ve dealt with it for a lot of years, but I don’t think it’s any harder to clean up than a bowl, however, others will say hands down the KA is easier to clean. (Dough creeps up into where dough hook is secured to mixer.). Hello!!!! I love both and use them for different things. But, making a smaller quantity and using the hand mixer with dough hooks and a traditional long drawn out rise, stretch and fold, rise (the Tartine method for sourdoughs), I get excellent results. I personally am not a fan of the KitchenAid at all. I’ve made scones and puff pastry in the past by hand but I really wanted a mixer so I can start mixing dumpling dough and breads. To Bosch !! I also have a 6 quart lift up professional series KA I bought in 2000 to make larger batches of cake batter and buttercream for wedding cakes. 30 ago I bought a Dormeyer Silver Chef 4300 stand mixer for $20. Have been researching the Bosch Universal Plus and think that is the one for me. This is so hard!!! The pour shield doesn’t do a thing. I’ve only had my hand mixer all these years & recently have been ready to purchase a large mixer. I cut the recipe in half and it is the best bread I have ever made, prior to my Bosch I used a bread machine to make the dough and then would bake it in the oven. In all honesty, I was tempted to return the KitchenAid mixer within the first few  weeks I had it (mostly because it felt, and still feels sometimes, excessive to have two stand mixers), but I stuck out the learning curve of a new mixer, and I’m glad I did, because it’s given me time to figure out which mixer really is the best. There is also a scraper attachment for KitchenAid mixers. Now I wish I could make bigger batches of bread. I’m frustrated and wondering if I need a kitchen aid instead. But, the design of the bowl containing the ingredients to be added is equally at fault, when you think about it. It’s the kind that the top comes off to be a hand-held mixer, so it’s the best of both worlds. After reading your previous posts about your Bosch I received it as my Christmas present this year and have LOVED it! Thanks for your comparison. The people who give the best reviews are the ones who actually use the products on a regular basis. I loved reading all these reviews..feels like when your talking with your girlfriends . I researched Bosch, bit the bullet and bought the Universal Plus! https://www.melskitchencafe.com/wheat-grinding-101-all-about-wheat-grinders-plus-over-60-reviews-of-popular-grinders/, http://www.charlotteskitchendiary.com/2012/04/16/granary-bread-kenwood-vs-kitchen-aid/, http://www.kenwoodworld.com/en-us/products/kitchen-machines/chef-and-major, https://www.kitchenaid.com/countertop-appliances/stand-mixer-attachments/. Overall I swear by them like my gram. I think you would like a Bosch, because I have literally not heard of anyone’s breaking (though I’m sure there is a report here or there). It “only” has four-speed settings, but I find that sometimes, having fewer options is more. I loved your comparisons! Because as mentioned it was before the holidays, I was making big batches of everything! No more KA for me which is a shame, because they are beautiful!!!! The mixer also “walks” on the counter when kneading dough. They’re known and loved for their performance, reliability, and easy access to new attachments as well as spare parts. I actually came here today because I just burned out my second KitchenAid making pizza dough (which I make every Friday with 8 cups of high gluten flour). The warranty on the Universal is awesome. I went into a local mom-and-pop shop called kitchen kneads and asked if I could buy a Bosch. I make 6 loaves almost weekly, and I can’t imagine life without it! It belonged to my mother, and I inherited it. I finally have my big dream kitchen alas so why not? Quick and easy setup and cleanup. Thank you, Mel, for the informative post. I am kind of wondering if it is the best of both worlds. The kitchenaid is perfect for us. See more ideas about bosch mixer, bosch, mixer. While there are more powerful KitchenAid mixers available (which I include in the comparison chart below), when I’ve talked to people, it’s almost always the Bosch Universal Plus or the KitchenAid Artisan that they have or are deciding between. (The first time the bosch died, it was my fault. . Thanks a lot. I figure if I’m going to go to the effort of making cookies I might as well make a bunch, plenty for me and plenty to share! “I have my Grandmother’s Bosch. Also, mine seems to have trouble with two dozen cookies, even though it’s supposed to be able to handle 9 dozen. It was frustrating to spend extra money on replacing parts. Motor. My dad got me a Kitchen-Aid mixer for Christmas one year. When it come to mixers the Europeans are way better. She told me the same thing about smaller batches of wetter ingredients & cookies, the kitchenaid may be the best option. Hey Sara – what do you mean when you refer to the handle? Then I listened to the song… oh my… ROFL… Anyhow. But my husband tends to value quality over cuteness so he got me a Bosch. I have the KA 5-quart Artisan tilt-head and the Bosch Universal Plus. I have not yet broken the cookie paddles, but after creaming sugar and butter, I switch to the dough hook. Thanks for all your great recipes! We have a family of 7 so our batches are bigger- the Bosch does a fine job every time. This made me laugh out loud! This can be annoying when I have to chill cookie dough. Saw this on instagram & couldn’t wait to read your thoughts. Due to limited counter space, I moved it off the counter two years ago and haven’t used it since. That’s why the Bosch appeals to me. When I make a batch of cookies I always double the batch and freeze some so I am considering the Bakers Pack. I have used both Kitchen-Aids and Bosch but I prefer Bosch. Not sure yet if I’ll buy the blender again though… I’m still annoyed about it all. Luckily my birthday happened to be right when I was reading this. Ugh. Fourth, I only had the Family Grain Mill wheat grinder attachment, and flipping the mixer up on the side (and creating your own cutom-made wood block support) was ludicrous. When you JUST buying the base model of the Universal, you’ll get the following: A note on the plastic bowl – initially, this was a turn off to me. But after it stopped working for a little while recently, I knew it was time to consider something new. I understand the Bosch Universal is somewhat gentler with the bread dough– doesn’t generate as much heat as other stand mixers when kneading bread dough. I grew up with a Bosch and my Mom wasn’t much of a baker but we used it for cookies. I don’t really have any tips, I’m afraid. I think that if you bake a lot that having them both is nice. The Bosch has tons, too! I have a Kitchen Aid stand mixer, in white, that is nearly 21 years old (the 4.5 qt). No problems with bread dough. I’ve ended up with every attachment made for the Bosch trying to get more use out of it from the stainless bowl down, but sadly, the Kitchenaid is still my go to mixer for 95% of the things a mixer is used for. Who knew that talking about mixers could cause so many emotions?? Dough Hook: This also comes standard with KitchenAid Mixers. KitchenAid has tons of different mixers, but I chose these three because I’ve seen them for sale in the store, and I thought it gave a nice look at versatility. The KitchenAid Commercial Stand Mixer includes the standard three attachments: whisk, paddle, and PowerKnead™ spiral dough hook. Anyway, clearly I have opinions about ATK’s opinions. I received one in the first years of my marriage and have been using it since (not the original mixer – I gave that one to a friend when I upgraded to the new model design a couple of years ago, but the 14-year old Bosch is going strong for my pal, Katie). Do you know if the compact Bosch works just as good as the universal? Making large batches of bread dough is out when it comes to the KitchenAid, in my opinion, but small batches seem to work ok. I’ve found I often have to scrape the sides of the bowl down to help incorporate flour – a difference between KitchenAid and Bosch as I never have to scrape down the sides of the Bosch bowl when making bread. A new Bosch will help with that. Thanks for doing this post! That’s awesome about the egg whites…thanks for mentioning that. Except now after reading this post I wish I had kept the KitchenAid for standby! I agree with other reviewers though: I HATE cleaning my Bosch. It cracked on me twice, and that’s when I made the switch to the Bosch. The Bosch Universal is actually a pretty light mixer (the Compact and Artiste are even lighter). My mom gave me hers. Or spend a little more for the Pro 600 and have it for all jobs. I think once I can figure that out, I will like using it more for cookies because I really don’t love having to use a plastic scraper to get the dough off the side. However, no one else I’ve talked to have had the issues I have . If I had a dollar for every time I heard that someone’s KitchenAid mixer burned up making bread…well, you know where I’m going with that. Bosch will be great at making big batches. I do think that is one downfall for some with the Bosch – the plastic. Maybe others will chime in. I love that the Bosch compact has lasted for so many years! The open top of the Bosch is much more convenient. My older Kitchen Aid had a J shaped dough hook, and even small amounts of dough crawled up in and flicked out of the bowl. Have you tried out or considered buying the stainless steel bowl for the Bosch Universal mixer? Interesting about using the paddle for bread, Wendy! Clean up was much more involved and took much more time. I use it for everything. Good luck learning the Bosch – I think you’ll love it. So, to get a stand mixer, there’s no desperate need… well, I didn’t think there was, until I started making breads. I often look at buying a bosch but its just something about the trusty kitchen with its beautiful aesthetics that keeps me there. It wasn’t that great and broke probably five or six years ago. So gets you go, if I could be someone else, I’d be you! The KitchenAid I use most is probably 25 years. If you are a stand mixer owner, which one do you have? Back in 1984, I also bought an electric stainless steel GRAIN MIL (the Magic Mill Three Plus), and began milling my own organic whole wheat and other flours at home, and I BAKED about 6 loaves of organic whole wheat bread for us every week, for some 18 years, until fresh and fluffy organic whole grain breads became widely available in mainstream grocery stores. I could never add ingredients without that! From your article, it seems like the kitchen aid would not really help me with my bread baking. Should have just taken all your raves about the Bosch more seriously when I first made the change ;). I always forget that my daughter-in-law’s Bosch cannot handle this. Clarks Condensed provides uplifting and motivating information to share the joys of home and family living through parenting and pregnancy advice, easy DIY tutorials, recipes, and more – all with a frugal twist. My husband, who is the small-batch cookie makeer in my family, uses the KitchenAide exclusively. If you upgrade to a different model, you will likely need to get new mixing attachments. Thanks for help and amazing article! It’s probably really obvious from this post that I’m a huge fan of the almighty Bosch. Because it’s so heavy, it’s not really ideal to get it in and out of the cupboard every time you use it. I remembered the old Sunbeam Mixmasters that ran for years so hope they have continued the workmanship & quality with the new planetary stand line. If I do consider buying one I will be referencing this blog post for sure. Alle in dieser Rangliste getesteten Bosch stand mixer vs kitchenaid sind direkt in unserem Partnershop im Lager und in weniger als 2 Tagen in Ihren Händen. I’ve had a Bosch Compact for 4 or 5 years, and I love it! I haven’t been in a Wal-Mart in over 5 years so don’t know what they have. It works fine, but I find it’s much easier to overflour the dough in the KitchenAid in order to get all the ingredients mixed based on how the dough hook moves around the bowl. All 26lbs of KA fell out crushing my foot and breaking my toe. Sigh. Interesting. The switch doesn’t stay in the lower speeds unless I hold it. I’ve made tons of bread, cookies, cakes, and with the dough extender, have made smaller batches of bread doughs. Mine is such an amazing workhorse. . It takes up about ¼ of the bottom rack, but I can deal with it. The Bosch definitely passes those tests with flying colors, but scraping batter out of the bowl with its center post (and no handle) is a pain in the neck. However, if you want similar capacity, the price is much closer. I love it and would gladly replace it with another Kenwood if it ever dies. Makes the BEST yeast recipes, best egg whites. I grew up in a Bosch exclusive household but I asked for a KitchenAid when I got married (because that’s what Martha Stewart used, haha). The planetary shaft seemed to have bent on mine, and I couldn’t find a part so had to replace it. I didn’t feel it was worth repairing since I hated to use it, so I gave it away. In the Bosch, it was very creamy. She bought a new one about 10 years ago but still uses the other one when they go to their 2nd home. I don’t make nearly as much bread now and I have a higher watt one so I’m hopeful this one will last longer! Strange how they said kneading was its downfall! Fairly similar in price and bowl capacity, the Bosch shines in it’s higher powered motor at 800 watts (and let’s be serious, the KitchenAid can’t be beat when it comes to color options). Your recipes are for real people. It’s made in England and was a gift from my Dad. I ultimately replaced my kitchen aid with my Bosch and have never looked back. I too, have a hand mixer for frostings, but I use the Bosch when mixing cakes. I wouldn’t want to part with either one! I don’t ever use a hand mixer, so I got rid of mine. !”) and the Vitamix and finally decided on the Blendtec. I also like some of the attachments for the Kitchen Aid, including the icecream freezer which I’ve used now for 8 years. Comparison of Bosch MUM51U10UC vs KitchenAid K45SS Stand Mixers. I agree with you 100%, a handheld mixer is still a must have! When you just want to do some small mixing job, you can be done in no time it takes to clean the Bosch. My Bosch is 12 or 13 years old and going strong. This site is a free online resource that strives to offer helpful content and comparison features to its visitors. I use a Blendtec and not the Bosch blender, too, Barbara. Oh gosh, I’ve always joked about that – sorry you’ve actually had to live that nightmare! Your assessment of the design of the Kitchen Aid is spot on. I say, if you can make the investment, buy both! Has that been a problem for you? Loved it. My family has been a Bosch family for generations! Everything else I use the handmixer for and agree with your post that it’s doable! Recently, I purchased an Ankarsrum. Because my recipe calls for melted butter, I never thought a mixer was necessary and just made the dough by hand. I now have a bosch, and I wouldn’t trade it for any other machine! What a great mixer. Thanks for taking the time to share what works of you! I’ve owned it for 28 years! I’m glad you love your Bosch! I’m sure the same is true for heavy cookie doughs. I’m considering adding a Bosch Universal to my kitchen tools. With news having come out about some attachments being lead heavy for the Kitchen Aid…. I have some very specific complaints about the Bosch, but I’m not sure the KitchenAid won’t have other equally significant problems. I like the Mini because I can keep it out on the counter as it is so small and I don’t allow anything on my counters. So I am the Liz without a stand mixer … by choice :). Beauty, quality, strength, endurance & quiet operation = Ankarsrum. I think you are right, Timothy – it seems like the older KitchenAid mixers are stellar in quality and durability but the newer models aren’t the same. and it was a week before thanksgiving, so I pretty much gave in, and got a new kitchen-aid. I have also enjoyed my attachments for my Bosch. I’d like to use my Bosch more but don’t want to deal with washing it – more pieces to deal with, bowl is more awkward and there are more crevices for the dough to get into. However, compared to the new, bigger kitchenaid, the bosch is sounding better and better. I loved my old Kitchen Aid so much more. I have the ice cream maker and pasta thing for my KA. During that time I had the older style kitchenaid mixer with a glass bowl, which I also wore out. Thanks for the laugh. Some people have suggested the dough hook extender (I don’t have it) helps with this. I pretty much only pull it out if I am doing a big batch of bread dough. Bosch all the way. I might just bring out the Sunbeam and see if it has any life left in it or buy a good hand mixer. I just put the ingredients in the Bosch, and never have to worry. I used it for the first 10 or so years of marriage, making bread sometimes regularly, until I killed the motor on a 4 loaf batch of bread. I love, love, love my Bosch!! Hi, Mel! I’ve been reading reviews from every source I can find. This was interesting but only made me jealous. This Kitchenaid mixer is completed by a year warranty, exactly the same as the Bosch mixer. The last time we were in Idaho though, I used my mother in law’s Bosch to make rolls for the entire family for dinner (30 people and 60+ rolls) and they turned out amazing, and I found myself becoming a Bosch convert. It has been running strong for over 5 more years. So logically, I had to vote for the KA. “My mom has had two Kitchen Aids, and she loves them. I am looking for a new bread recipe: I have owned my Bosch for 30 plus years an got a Kitchen Aid for Christmas Lime Green! Many times when I’m using the Bosch it just scoots the blob of dough/thick batters around in a circle over and over again without mixing it. I make a lot of food from scratch and really want something that is going to last. Feeling totally clueless! See more ideas about bosch mixer, bosch, mixer recipes. The new ones have plastic and cheaper parts. Life is rough. Copyright ©2020, Clarks Condensed. I only pull it out for large batches of cookie dough, royal icing, or some bread recipes, and use my hand mixer for the rest. Compare KitchenAid and Bosch pros and cons using consumer ratings with latest reviews. I’ve never considered a Bosch mixer. I knew that’s had to be what killed it! I’d been thinking of buying a new mixer (possibly Bosch)–but I think I may just “trade” with my dad who still has my mom’s workhorse KA from the 70s that he never uses. This really comes down to personal preference. Verschieben wir gleichwohl unseren Blick darauf, was andere Betroffene zu dem Mittel zu berichten haben. After the Bosch it is more difficult. I don’t use it any longer. I love both! I finally broke down and got the bigger one at Costco after my bosch died. You can purchase all the usual attachments for it. I currently do not have a stand mixer, just my handy hand mixer. It makes me irritated enough, I’ll probably write a letter to someone (who will probably never read it). My friend has a Bosch so I started researching that mixer instead. It gets in the way and makes the bowl difficult to scrape. It does hold a larger capacity which I like but for some reason I have a tendency to add my ingredients to the bowl without all the attachments so it’s more portable always forgetting that once there’s ingredients in there, the beaters won’t go on. I have TWO Kitchen Aid mixers and love them both. All is doable, but if I was making larger quantities and/or having difficulty in hands/wrists, I would be at Pleasant Hill grains pulling the trigger on a Bosch! I only had it a few years, so I’m not a huge fan. Thanks, Laura! I loved it.. well I’m not a hard core baker..occasional pumpkin , banana or zucchini bread. Your commentary was great for addressing the pro/cons of both. In der folgende Liste finden Sie als Kunde unsere beste Auswahl von Bosch maxximum vs kitchenaid, während die oberste Position unseren Favoriten darstellt. And much of the decision about which mixer to buy really depends on what you predominantly plan to make with it. I can add dry ingredients without a cloud of dust coming out because I can slowly lift up the bowl while mixing on lowest speed. Now let’s talk about the KitchenAid and bread. My dear ol’ Bosch and I, I dare say, will expire together! The older style of Bosch was really hard to clean because you couldn’t remove the bottom from the center shaft. I’m glad you love your KitchenAid, Debbie! I tend to be more of a sweet baker versus a savory baker, so they work great for me. I have 2 friends who have the Bosch & they love it. At almost six pounds, I really don’t like this tilt and store method. And what a mess to pull the paddles off. My professional heavy duty one even burned up. However, the lovely KitchenAid cannot be discounted in terms of all-purpose use, especially if there isn’t going to be much bread or large-batch baking. It really is unsurpassed for bread and large batches. My husband’s family is huge on KitchenAid, but I have always grown up using a hand mixer. We had a giant Hobart mixer to start bread in, but we always had to knead the batches by hand. There is not a huge learning curve associated with it. . Thanks for all your great recipes!! My husband came home to find me wrestling with it on the floor banging the bowl handle with a rubber mallet and using language from Saxon times while trying to watch a YouTube video on the iPad beside me. Really a great post. It’s been complaining rather loudly to me lately when I double my cookie recipes. I had it for about 10 years and passed it on to my daughter and got a 6-quart pro, which is what I have now. Between the broken toe and flying flour and dough if I forget to unplug my KA, perhaps it is time to jump ships and try another brand of stand mixer. It is great for cakes and frosting. . I have no idea how! In my opinion, the Bosch is not designed to make lots of frosting on a weekly basis. #firstworldproblems, Thanks for all the tasty goodness you’ve put out into the world, and all the smiles you’ve put on my face! It’s just very straightforward and easy to use. Love you for that. The transmission automatically gears the motor down to protect the motor and make the mixing more efficient and effective. Unfortunately it did the same darn thing. Holy Toledo, you are so famous! Haha, good thing those cookies were worth it! Never saw this till now. I had been hearing that the quality of Kitchen Aid had really gone down. Thanks for your website! The larger kitchen aid doesn’t work as well. Im Allgemeinen überragen die Aussagen von Nutzern, die von erfreulichen Resultaten sprechen. The beaters because of user error, and I literally wore out my blender. I’ve always loved that bright yellow mixer – it just makes the kitchen look brighter. 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