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Bosch Universal Plus Mixer with Cookie Paddles & Bowl Scraper

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  • Includes Mixer, Bowl, Lid, Splash Ring, Wire Whips, Dough Hook, Bowl Scraper, Cookie Paddles & Metal Driver
  • 800 Watts
  • 6.5 Quart Bowl (capacity of 15 lbs of dough)
  • Removable Drive Shaft for easy cleaning
  • Suction feet for stability.

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Bosch Universal Plus Mixer with Cookie Paddles & Bowl Scraper + Bosch Blender for Bosch Universal Plus + Bosch Universal Plus Food Processor Attachment for Universal Plus Mixer
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 19.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0093NO0U6
  • Item model number: MixerBS1CP2_FBA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,783 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This is one of the top mixers on the market. With 800 watts of power and 6.5 quart capacity, this can mix up to 15 pounds of dough. This combo also includes the popular Bowl Scraper and Cookie Paddle Attachments. The cookie paddles work are wonderful for making small or large batches of cookies. The bowl scraper attaches over the top of the paddles or whips and scrapes along the sides of the bowl for a complete mixture.


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It makes making bread fun again.
Ray
No other mixer had specially made cookie dough paddles.
B Beck
I feel like I have come back home.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 29, 2012
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Let me first say that I have had both the KitchenAid Professional HD Stand Mixer and the Cuisinart SM-55 and I felt they were both great. However, when I started cooking more 'real food' for my family, I started making bread a whole lot more. When searching different bread recipes, I found many used and loved the Bosch Universal Plus Mixer and were able to do many loaves at a time. I watched a video on youtube.com of a couple making 9 loaves of bread at one time! While watching the video I just like the design better. I like the fact that there is nothing above the bowl. I can add stuff in without stopping the mixer. The power is unbelievable. One knock I had on the KitchenAid especially was you could not walk away from the mixer while it was kneading. It 'walks' as it kneads. If you walked away, you might come back to a mixer on the floor. The Bosch Universal Plus Mixer has suction cups on the bottom which is a nice feature. I have made meringue using the whisk beaters and 4 egg whites were done in no time! Yesterday, I made cookies and the only complaint I had was that I needed to scrape the bowl. However, I forgot to use the scrapers. Overall, I would have to say I like this mixer better than the other two mixers I owned.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B Beck on April 27, 2013
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My wife's mixer had finally succumbed to a decade of family Christmas Cookie Bakes (CCB), which requires multiple double batches of cookies each winter. The beater shafts had become bent and had bent the receiver chuck on the mixer head. She said she wanted a new mixer for Christmas. She said she wanted one that could handle making double batches of cookie dough and was able to fit in our cramped, small kitchen.

Below is the long story that discusses some other popular mixers owned by friends and family; which she tried (so that I could figure out her preferences) after she asked for a new one. If you just want a short list review here you go:

PROS
800 W - Largest Wattage of non-commercial grade mixers that I researched
6.5 Qt - Larger bowl capacity than closest/most popular rival residential grade mixer(s)
Headless - No head hanging over the bowl makes for easiest addition of ingredients
suction feet - 4 suction feet keep it firmly planted, limiting vibrations and keeping it from wandering on the counter
Washer safe - Just about everything is dishwasher safe; we don't own a dishwasher, but we will one day...one day.
Easy clean - Even sans dishwasher, the components are made of tough, smooth plastic making for easy hand washing.
Accessories* - Currently we only have the additional Cookie Paddles and Bowl Scraper, but there are a variety of others.

CONS
Power Control - Fewer power settings than other residential mixers.
Internet only - No local dealers means that if it needs repairs or parts it may be harder to fix.
Uncommon - Unable to swap or share accessories with friends (most of whom have KitchenAid).
Loud - Louder than basic to mid-level residential mixers, possibly louder than KitchenAid Pro.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By amo4k on December 22, 2012
I had a magic mill for 18 years and never met a task it couldn't handle. My only complaint was the size of the bowl. I replaced it with a Bosch. The only thing I like about this machine is the size of the bowl and how it handles bread dough. What I hate is that the wire whisks and cookie paddles are almost useless. The whisks will not handle anything heavier than egg whites or whip cream. The cookie paddles will not handle anything more than a cake batter. 100% of the time I end up using my cheap electric mixer to make cookies and frostings.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tonester on March 7, 2013
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If you are making one little cake, or one little batch of cookies, or one little pizza crust, no need for the Bosch. Do it by hand or use a crappy Kitchen Aid. But if you are are making dough, or double/triple batches of cookies and cakes, go with the Bosch. We got our bosch and now we make pizza every weekend with it.

Here is our pizza dough recipe for two pizzas: Preheat oven with pizza stone to 500; pour 2 cups warm water into Bosch; add 2.5 Tablespoons of dry yeast; wait 5-10 minutes for yeast to start bubbling up; add 1 teaspoon of sugar; add 2 cups of flour; add 1.5 teaspoons of salt; add 1/4 cup oil. Set Bosch to 3 and start adding more flour slowly until the dough inside starts cleaning the sides of the bowl and the dough is tacky but not too sticky; let it keep kneading on that setting for 10 minutes; lay sheet of parchment paper (or Reynolds nonstick baking paper) on a pizza paddle. Pinch off half of dough and role it into pizza shape on paper using pastry roller; add sauce and toppings; let sit for 30 minutes; turn oven down to 400; put pizza in oven straight on pizza stone (with parchment paper); cook for 10-15 minutes; use pizza paddle to retrieve pizza from oven. Give it a few minutes for the cheese to cool a bit before cutting. Voila.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Roger L. Mcewen on April 2, 2013
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I surprised my wife with this. She is in love with it. Great for making bread. After adding all the ingrediants and getting the proper texture, if you will allow the mixer to continue to knead the dough for 6 minutes, it is the equivalent of allowing it to rise twice. expensive but a great machine
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