HUGE KitchenAid Giveaway {13-Cup Food Processor, 7 Qt Stand Mixer, & Hand Blender}

UPDATE: This giveaway is now CLOSED! The winner is “Connie the Cookie Monster” (#1879). Congratulations! Thanks to everyone who entered!

Today is our last giveaway of the holiday season and we are going out with a big bang! We teamed up with our friends at KitchenAid to offer you an AMAZING KitchenAid giveaway. One lucky reader will win a KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor, a 7 Qt KitchenAid Stand Mixer, AND a KitchenAid 5 Speed Hand Blender. I think I just heard you scream with excitement:) I know I am jumping with joy! We love all of our KitchenAid appliances and these are 3 of our very favorites! We are SO excited about this giveaway!

The KitchenAid 13-cup Food Processor is awesome! We use ours all of the time to shred cheese and zucchini, make galette dough, make dips, and more. The 13-cup KitchenAid food processor really does everything. It slices, shreds, kneads, chops, and purees. It is a dream machine! And it has the first-ever externally adjustable slicing lever, which makes adjusting from a thick to think slice a breeze! It also has a 3-in-1 Ultra Wide Mouth Feed Tube that accommodates foods of all sizes. The Food Processor is also BPA free and dishwasher safe. It comes in red, chrome, silver, black, and white.

My KitchenAid 7-quart Bowl-Lift Residential Stand Mixer is my very best friend. My KitchenAid mixer has helped me make numerous batches of cookies. We have already shared so many memories together. Our mixer is part of our family:) Caleb is also very fond of our mixer. Every time he hears it turn on he crawls as fast as he can to watch.

The 7 Qt Mixer has a 1.3 HP Motor with 10 different speeds. It can mix, whip, and knead like no other machine on the market. It can hold over 8 pounds of dough and make 14 dozen cookies! And it whips cream in a matter of seconds. There is no better kitchen appliance, in my opinion:) The mixer comes with a dishwasher safe  Powerknead™ Spiral Dough Hook, coated metal Flat Beater, and Stainless Steel 11-Wire Elliptical Whip. The mixer comes in red, white, black, and silver.

And last, but not least, the KitchenAid 5 Speed Hand Blender. This blender might be small, but it is mighty! It blends, chops, purees, shreds, minces, mixes, and whisks…all in the palm of your hand. It is easy to use too! You can easily change between different types of stainless steel blades with no hassle or tools. We use it all of the time for pureeing soups. You can stick the hand blender right into the soup pot! It is easy to clean because all of the attachments and accessories are dishwasher safe. And it comes with a storage case so you can keep all of the components together. This is a must have kitchen tool! It comes in black and silver.

To enter to win a KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor, 7 Qt Stand Mixer, and Hand Blender, leave a comment on this post, telling us “What is your favorite holiday recipe?”

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The giveaway is open until Monday, December 17th at 11:59 p.m. MST. The giveaway is only open to U.S. residents. Be sure a valid email address is included with your comment(s). Winner will be chosen randomly and announced on this post. We will email the winner and if the winner doesn’t respond in 48 hours, a new winner will be chosen. The winner will choose their appliance colors and all prizes will be shipped by KitchenAid. Good luck!

Disclosure: This giveaway is being provided by our friends at KitchenAid, but our opinions are our own.


Maria Lichty

I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. My favourite Christmas recipe is a cookie recipe I found a few years back from Giada. It’s a shortbread cookie with cranberries, pistachios, some added almond extract, and a simple lemon and icing sugar glaze. It’s always a huge hit and my favourite thing to bring as a gift for Christmas gatherings!

  2. Thanksgiving is my time to cook for the whole family, but Christmas is my favorite time to bake! I love baking anything sweet for Christmas. This year, I will be baking up some of your delicious cookies from your Holiday edition cookie recipe book! (:

    AWESOME AWESOME giveaway.

  3. I have several favorite holiday recipes. Martha stewarts lemon pound cake, my mother in laws chestnut stuffing, a super yummy pumpkin bread, and so many more. Love this giveaway! thanks for doing this!

  4. I don’t know how to pick a favorite holiday recipe! I love to try new recipes, though, and I can’t wait to try those gingerbread ice box cupcakes!

  5. AWESOME giveaway! My favorite holiday recipe is homemade cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting. My mouth is watering now-yum!

  6. I am learning how to make Kleiner which is a family tradition from my Husband. His mother passed away a few years ago (who was the Queen on Kleiner) and so I try to carry on this tradition for him and we make the cookies together. It is all about the shapes and getting the perfect fry!

  7. Wow! I think I read that at least 3 times to believe such an awesome giveaway! My favorite holiday recipes are both from my father in law, his stuffing and his apricot tarts are the best.

  8. My mom just handed down the recipe to her chocolate crackle (ie crack) cookies. I kinda wish she hadn’t because now I know what’s in them….. but they’re sooooo good.

  9. My favorite holiday recipe…would probably be my mom’s recipe for pumpkin bread. It is so indulgent, with lots of sugar and butter!

  10. my favorite holiday treat to make are the M&M/pretzel/hershey kiss treats. so easy and everyone loves them. they make a great hostess gift too.

  11. I love my grandma’s red velvet cake. She tops it with maraschino cherries and a really unique whipped frosting. So nostalgic and delicious!

  12. My favorite holiday recipe is hard to choose from honestly, but I will have to say my kids adorable homemade sugar cookies and icing because it’s SO cute to watch!

  13. Although I baked a lot during the holidays my favorite holiday recipe is for stuffing balls my family has been making for years.

  14. i will have to say it is eggnong bread. I have so many requests for it yearly that I know the recipe by heart and I make probably 20-25 loaves each season.

  15. My favorite holiday recipe is my MIL’s cheese ball. It’s sinfully rich, so we only make it during the holidays. And it’s my go-to recipe for taking to office parties and get-togethers. It always gets raves.

  16. My favorite Christmas recipe is Creme de Menthe brownies – I’ve also made them with peppermint flavor so I have red and green.

  17. My favorite holiday recipe is a crab stuffed mushroom recipe that my mom showed me how to make years ago. It’s so cheesy and creamy and delicious – so bad, but so so good 🙂

  18. I am not sure if this is a holiday-y (I only get to eat it on the holidays) but my aunt’s Jalapeno Corn Casserole. It seems to make everything from the dressing to the mashed potatoes tastier.

  19. My favorite holiday recipe is your white chocolate gingersnaps. Made them for the first time last year, and I have been so excited to make them again this year! They are so good and I ate so many that I will only allow myself to make them around the holidays 🙂

  20. Hi Maria,
    I just found you and this amazing giveaway on Twitter. But I sent a thanks to Julie @thelittlekitchn. Yikes! I totally misread the tweet. However, I corrected my bad self, RT’d, favored and followed you. My apologies.

    Now, my favorite holiday recipe if chocolate-pecan bourbon pie.

  21. My favorite holiday recipe is chocolate peanut butter balls (aka buckeyes). They are not necessarily just for the holidays, but we have made the a holiday tradition in my family.

  22. My favorite holiday recipe are the peanut butter blossom cookies made with Hershey’s kisses! I also love my mother’s sausage, egg, and cheese casserole we have every Christmas morning!

  23. My favorite holiday recipe has to be my mom’s fruit cocktail cake. It’s as close to fruitcake as I’m willing to get. It’s almost more of a fruit bread (zucchini or banana) than a real cake. So moist and yummy!

  24. wowmygod this is a ridiculous giveaway!
    my favorite holiday recipe is um… well it’s only traditional in my family’s sense, but fried rice c: make it every year for new years.

  25. I love love love my Great Grandmother’s Buttermilk Poundcake and my mom’s fruit cake cookies (no seriously, they are so good!) 🙂

  26. My favorite holiday recipe is actually just a breakfast recipe which could be eaten at any time throughout the year – Creamed Eggs on Toast. It’s easy, you make a basic white sauce, grate in hard boiled eggs, salt and pepper to taste, then serve over toast. In my family, we tear the toast into a pile of bite-sized pieces. This recipe is a favorite of mine during the holidays because it reminds me of Christmases spent at my grandparents’. If I woke up early enough, I got to tiptoe down the stairs and help grandma make the toast while listening to grandpa play carols on the organ until my rowdy brothers woke up.

  27. My husband and I have started a tradition of making a big meal of steak and crab legs for either Christmas or New Year’s (whichever one we are at home for) and it is a huge hit!

  28. My very favorite holiday recipe is Chocolate Crinkle Crisps. My great grandmother used to send me a tin full every Christmas. I make them year round, but there is something special about eating them in front of the Christmas tree.

  29. I’d have to say fudge. Or I’m going to try making Baklava this year, which could turn out to be my favorite. Thanks for the chance to win!

  30. My grandmother’s Fruitcake cookies….though they are nothing like fruitcake. I use to sit and help her cut and mix them as a child over 50 years ago…not Christmas without them

  31. My favorite holiday recipe it roasted brussel sprouts and squash with some bacon and parm cheese. Top it with a poached egg and it is sooo good.

  32. I love making a spinach-cheddar-bacon quiche for Christmas brunch. The fam snacks on it all day to tide them over till Christmas dinner!

  33. My favorite holiday recipe is Yorkshire pudding/popovers. It’s a family tradition, and I always end up eating about a million of them. Light and fluffy = healthy, right?

  34. Hm.. I don’t have a favorite holiday recipe. Although I just started baking these awesome peppermint crunch cookies and have already made 5 batches within the last few weeks! I have a feeling it will become a tradition!

  35. ANYthing with peppermint …but right now all of your 30 cookies are looking pretty good! We particularly liked the Chocolate Mint cookies…

  36. My favorite recipe is Spaghetti every Christmas Eve family and friends gather at my house and we celebrate with a spaghetti dinner PS I am following you on pintrist

  37. I think I have 2 favorite recipes: gingerbread cutout cookies (a recipe from my sister-in-law’s mother), and chocolate Andes mint cookies. I give them away as gifts and people look forward to the holidays because of ’em!

  38. My favourite recipe is for Eggnog Cupcakes. I use a basic vanilla cake recipe and substitute egg nog for the milk in the recipe. It tastes best with homemade eggnog, but store-bought eggnog will do in a pinch. Fast, easy, and gets rave reviews.

  39. My favorite holiday recipe is something my family calls Oklahoma brunch. We eat it once a year on Christmas morning. It’s a breakfast casserole with eggs, cheese, and ham in it. I look forward to it all year!

  40. Favorite holiday recipe is probably the easiest thing ever just some cans of fruit cocktail and tropical fruit mixed with cool whip and a pack of banana pudding. 😀 mm mm good. 😀

  41. My favorite holiday recipe is a cream cheese sugar cookie I make every year. Not to mention all the other cookie recipes I make only once a year. I love holiday baking! Thank you so much for the chance to win.

  42. I’ve always wanted a Kitchen Aide stand mixer! It would make it so much easier during the holidays. One of the holiday favorites at our house is pecan tarts. This year I’ve been making spiced and sugared pecans as well. Anything with lots of nuts is always a hit around here!

  43. I need these things badly!
    I love to make coconut macaroons. They are so simple and everyone always gobbles them up. Also, gluten free!

  44. It’s a toss up! Both are desserts, obviously. First is my mom’s pumpkin pie, which is extra spicy with cloves. And the second are candy cane cookies — they are a little tedious to roll out and twist into candy cane shapes, but definitely my all-time favorite Christmas cookie, especially a little overcooked so they are extra crunchy. =)

  45. Holiday favorites have always been my grandfathers recipes for oyster stew and his sage and sausage stuffing. My families new favorites are chocolate pot de creme for dessert and hot Tom and Jerry’s to sip. Yummy

  46. I love my grandmother’s recipe for Rum Balls. It may not be my favorite dessert ever, but they’re special because we only make them at Christmas

  47. My favorite holiday recipe is the simple sugar cookie with frosting. It might be boring, but I can’t pass up a soft sugar cookie with frosting.

  48. My fave are these cookies that include rice krispies, captain crunch, peanuts, and marshmallows coated in melted vanilla bark and peanut butter, then refrigerated until they’re crunchy. Delicious!

  49. My mom and I make a Stollen – it’s an amazing ring of yeast dough with nuts and fruit inside… A great alternative for those who don’t appreciate fruit cake – like me.

  50. I just discovered my new favorite Christmas recipe – cranberry orange walnut bread. Cranberry and orange such a great combination!

  51. Our family makes Cream Filled Wafers. My mom has been making these ever since I can remember and a holiday wouldn’t be the same without them!
    Thanks for this GREAT giveaway!

  52. Oh I would love this! I need a food processor so bad! And would love a big Kitchen Aid! My favorite holiday recipe is a breakfast casserole that we have every Christmas morning.

  53. My favorite holiday recipe is my White Chocolate, Cranberry, Orange, Almond Fudge. MMM! It’s so simple, yet it gets such praise every time I make it.

  54. My favorite holiday recipe… changes every year. And that’s part of the fun – searching for something new that will be just right for the gatherings of friends and family!

  55. Mashed potatoes! Does that count as a holiday recipe? It does for me. Every holiday meal has (or MUST have) mashed potatoes.

  56. My favorite holiday recipe is Russian Tea Cakes. I’ve been making them since the 70’s. They are little shortbread ball cookies full of pecans and rolled in powdered sugar.

  57. My favorite Christmas recipe would be my Great Grandma’s peppernuts. She learned from her grandma and each generation of women has made them ever since.

  58. Wow! A kitchen lover’s dream come true this is. My favorite holiday recipes is a raspberry swirl cheesecake I make every year.

  59. My favorite thing to make for the holidays is a simple sugar cookie from a recipe my mom used. I grew up making and decorating these cookies and so did my children. Plus, they are delicious!

  60. Christmas Morning Bread…easiest recipe in the world – store bought biscuits (the kind from a easy to open tube!), butter, and brown sugar. Throw it all in a bundt pan and bake. YUM!!! Thanks for the wonderful giveaway. Maybe if I win these prizes my favorite recipe will be something more adventurous!

  61. My favorite holiday recipe is holiday fudge bars. I make different variations depending on the M&Ms I use: peppermint, plain, etc. The red and green hues just scream the holidays!

  62. Wowsers. My jaw hit the table!!!! My favorite holiday recipe to make is a toss up between gingerbread cookies and making divinity using my great grandmother’s recipe. I’m so looking forward to making both with my 2 year old this year!!