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Perfect Vanilla Buttercream PLUS a Hamilton Beach Mixer GIVEAWAY!!

vanillabcreamI have such a fun giveaway for you guys today in addition to a foolproof recipe for perfect vanilla buttercream.

Buttercream is a staple for making cakes and cupcakes.  It’s a favorite frosting flavor for most everyone, and while the ingredients list is fairly small, sometimes it’s easy to botch up.  My recipe will have you frosting cakes, cupcakes, and your face in no time :)

Another kitchen staple?  Mixers!  I could not do my job without one.  While that sounds very modern-pretentious of me, I mean it — mixers make a baker and a cook’s job SO much easier.  If you’re skeptical, let me break down some points for you for Team Mixer:

*Mixers offer more consistency, so anything you’re beating, folding, whipping or combining will be done so in a consistent fashion
*They’re a time saver!  Think of all that time you’re shaving off by letting a high-speed motor do that whipping for you!
*They’re versatile!  From making cakes to cookie dough to even shredding chicken, mixers are heavy-duty wearers of many hats
*And Hamilton Beach’s versions?  They’re AWESOME.

Hamilton Beach gave me the opportunity to test drive their latest mixers: their 6-Speed Hand Mixer with a convenient carrying case AND their 6-Speed Stand Mixer.

I was so giddy to try both because one, I love Hamilton Beach and their products, and two, I knew I was the ideal candidate for beating up some mixers — I use them daily!

DSC_0248AFirst up: their 6-Speed Hand Mixer.  It’s my new favorite tool!  Most people have the misconception that once you own a stand mixer, hand mixers are irrelevant.  Not the case!  Sometimes I’m too lazy to use the big stand mixer, so the hand comes in, well, handy.  I use it primarily to whip up cake batters since it’s convenient, portable and gets the job done quickly.  Also, I only have to wash the beaters (or lick them) so clean up is easier.

DSC_0262ATheir hand mixer isn’t just sleek and streamlined, it’s powerful, too!  I could really feel the power when beating my cake mix batter.  Plus, the beaters have their Soft Scrape technology, which means it combines the batter consistently (yay!) so there is no powder residue leftover at the bottom of the bowl (bigger yay!).  It also comes with a set of whisk beaters and traditional stainless steel beaters as well, and a carrying case to house all your new attachments.  Fancy!

My verdict?  I love this hand mixer.  As I said, it whipped my cake batter to smooth perfection with no lumps or powdery residue in sight.  Plus, I could feel the power the mixer offered and loved the softness of the Soft Scrape technology.  It eliminated my need for a spatula which was awesome!

DSC_0278ANow, when it comes to buttercream, I’m all about the stand mixer.  You will not see me whipping powdered sugar around with a hand mixer — it’s just not happening.  I figured their 6-Speed Stand Mixer could get the job done, and I was right!

With a powerful 300-watt motor and six speeds with a special fold setting (attention, bread-makers!), this mixer is comparable to Kitchen-Aid but a fraction of the price.  It includes the same features, like a stainless steel bowl and the same whisk, paddle and dough hook attachments as well.  One of my favorite features of this mixer?  The non-slip feet!  Even on the highest setting, the non-slip feet keeps that mixer grounded, so there’s no weird rocking or thrashing about.  I also like how the mixing heads spin as they rotate within the bowl, ensuring consistency in beating.

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DSC_0273AMy personal least-favorite aspect of the stand mixer was the lock feature.  While some may enjoy this, I found it to be a hassle, albeit a minor one.  To lift the mixing head, you have to press a ‘LOCK’ button on the side to unlock the head and lift it up.  Then you have to press it again to bring it back into the normal setting.  While this may be helpful for novice bakers (and it obviously serves a purpose in case the head falls down when it’s supposed to be upright), I found it kind of annoying.  Still, it was a minor problem and it didn’t affect the integrity of the buttercream or the mixer.

DSC_0275AMy verdict?  When it comes to the stand mixer, this is a great (necessary!) piece of equipment for any baker.  I feel like this is a good first stand mixer for people just getting into cooking and baking since it has all of the basic mixing features as a KitchenAid but for a fraction of the price.  It’s also great for people with limited space since it’s sleeker and more compact.

And of course, I loved both because they helped me produce some delicious vanilla cupcakes with a perfect vanilla buttercream!!

DSC_0282ABut don’t let my word be the final one — try one out for yourself!  Or better yet, WIN THEM for yourself!

To enter the giveaway, simply leave one comment answering this question: What will you make FIRST with your new mixers?!  

I’ll select a winner at random on Saturday, May 3 and email them! :)

Now, onto this buttercream… it is phenomenal!  Creamy, light, luscious, and bursting with rich vanilla flavor.  Ideally, they’ll end up on a cake or cupcakes, but I won’t judge you if they don’t make it past the mixing bowl!

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4.8 from 56 reviews
Perfect Vanilla Buttercream PLUS a Hamilton Beach Mixer GIVEAWAY!!
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Recipe type: Cupcakes
 
This fluffy, soft vanilla buttercream is delicious, foolproof, and EASY! You won't make another buttercream recipe again!
Ingredients
  • 2 sticks unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla extract (can substitute vanilla bean paste for a stronger vanilla flavor)
  • 2 Tbsp heavy cream or milk
  • 4-5 cups powdered sugar, sifted
Instructions
  1. In the bowl of a stand mixer, cream together the butter, vanilla, and heavy cream until combined.
  2. Gradually begin adding the powdered sugar, about a cup at a time, until frosting is light and fluffy but is still stiff enough to pipe onto cupcakes. You may add more powdered sugar if the frosting is too thin, or more heavy cream (about a teaspoon at a time) if the frosting is too thick and pasty.
  3. Pipe the frosting high onto cooled cupcakes, or frost onto a cake.

DSC_0287AIsn’t it gorgeous?  So perfect, so heavenly!  If you’re a buttercream nerd, you’ll fall for this creamy, dreamy frosting!  Sprinkles are mandatory :)

For more information on Hamilton Beach, such as upcoming events, news, or new products, be sure to visit their website or connect with them on Twitter or Facebook, or see what they’re pinning on Pinterest!!

Good luck, and have a fantastically delicious weekend!

xo, Hayley

In the interest of full disclosure, I was generously provided with both the Hamilton Beach Stand Mixer and Hand Mixer for free to review.  All opinions are 100% my own and I was not otherwise compensated for this post.  The giveaway is sponsored by The Domestic Rebel and Hamilton Beach.  If a winner doesn’t respond to their winning email within 48 hours, another winner will be selected. 

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  1. JoeyfromSC says:

    This buttercream recipe looks SO delicious!! Thanks for sharing it!

    I have dreamed of owning a great mixer like this!! I love to bake…I’d make a homemade cake with your amazing buttercream first if I was blessed to win!

    Thanks for the chance!

    Joey

  2. I would make this buttercream because I need to make cupcakes for three birthdays coming up! I love buttercream and this one looks delicious.

  3. I would make gingerbread or divinity first with the mixer. :)

  4. Katherine B says:

    I would DEFINITELY be making this buttercream frosting first!! I want cupcakes!! :-)

  5. E. Nadler says:

    I have to say, with the hand mixer, I would beat the egg whites for my cheesecake recipe. I would then go on to make the rest of the cake with the standing mixer.

  6. Rebecca Ortega says:

    This first thing I would make would be a cake for my kids!

  7. If I wont the mixer the first thing I would make is a peanut butter frosting because everything peanut butter is delish!!!

  8. I’m not sure that I would be able to decide! I think that I would make a batch of yummy buttercream in the standing mixer and some delicious chocolate cupcakes with the hand mixer. :D

  9. Ruthie Porter-Erickson says:

    Buttercream!!!!!!!!! Love love love your page!

  10. Homemade marshmallows

  11. keshakeke says:

    I would make a Devil’s Food Chocolate cake with Peanut Butter Frosting and add a CRAP TON of Peanut Butter Cups!

  12. I would make some cookies….have so much candy from Easter to use; Will make some really good cookies.

  13. I would totally make some old school buttercream frosting….as in heating sugar and water and pouring it sloooowwwwwly into whipped egg whites then adding butter until it whips up into something that you want to smother yourself in….yeah…can you tell I love it!!

  14. I’m awful with frosting, so thanks for the recipe!

    If I had a stand mixer, I would be making gluten free bread constantly. It’s expensive to buy it pre-made all the time!

  15. April Haury says:

    I would make cookies first! I love to bake and cook! Thank you! :)

  16. Cupcakes of course!

  17. I’d have to make this buttercream. It looks too good!

  18. I would make blueberry almond muffins :)

  19. Carrie A. says:

    I can’t wait to make this butter cream frosting. My so is working on earning his Eagle Scout badge so I would use this mixer to bake him a celebratory cake and frost it with your frosting recipe!

  20. ML Bishop says:

    I would make something involving the most delicious thing in the world, red velvet. Prob cupcakes, and I’d use this buttercream recipe for sure! <3

  21. Melissa Chaouqi says:

    I would make some cheesecake brownies my kids love brownies

  22. Time to whip up some brownies! :)

  23. Christina M. says:

    Meringue, I haven’t been able to make some in a while…

  24. Oh my! I think I’d have to make these cupcakes and frosting! Looks so yummy!!

  25. Kelly Masterson says:

    I would make a birthday cake for my daughter. She is turning 7 next month.

  26. Wendy Morales says:

    I would make lemon cupcakes as I have not tried these before.

  27. KellieS. says:

    That frosting looks amazing. I am making cupcakes right now. Just waiting for them to cool to frost them with strawberry buttercream. Yum! If I won this I would actually give it to my daughter, Today is her birthday. She is an avid cake, cupcake and cookie baker, She dreams of having a bakery someday.

  28. Angela Ostermann says:

    I have always wanted a stand mixer to make homemade bread …of course cakes and frosting too! Save me from flour and powdered sugar hand mixing! Lol…xo

  29. Ding-Dong Cupcakes (like hostess chocolate cupcakes). The filling takes almost 10 minutes to beat!

  30. My daughter is getting married this summer. I would give her the mixer and together we would make cheesecake. I figure that once she’s married, she’ll finally take me up on all those years of offers to come into my kitchen and learn what I know! lol

    On another note, THANK YOU for this great article about the mixers. I’ve used my KitchenAid for a bizzillion years and love it, but I hate to be one of those people who only buys the products they’ve always used and never ventured to consider another. I’m sending your article to my daughter to read so she can re-evaluate her gift registry!

  31. Nancy Ham says:

    Meringue bites/cookies. I have been making some and mailing them to my friends in CA and GA, gotta send some jars to my friend in NY soon. :)

  32. I would definitely make cupcakes – I’m actually thinking of the Butterbeer cupcake recipe I saw awhile ago and have yet to try! Thought I might sub in your buttercream recipe in for that one – yours sounds better! :)

  33. I would make an Italian Cream Cake! With this butter cream recipe and pecans. Thanks for sharing. I have had a Hamilton Beach hand mixer for 37 years and let me tell you it is still the best one I have ever used. Let’s hope I don’t have to replace it. Have a great weekend!

  34. Jenni Willis says:

    I would definitely make a cake, I would love a stand mixer!

  35. Julie C. says:

    The first thing I’d make is a Chocolate Kahlua Cake! It has to mix for 10 minutes and while a hand mixer works fine, it gets tiring! A stand mixer would be just AWESOME! Thank you for the chance to win :)

  36. Christine says:

    I would most definitely make a double chocolate fudge truffle cake!!!!!! Yuuuuuuummmmm. Two minutes of whisking by hand hurts! Lol

  37. Lauren B says:

    I would make my chocolate pound cake! Everyone devours it!!! om nom nom!! :D

  38. I must have a bazillion recipes waiting for this opportunity! To take advantage of the mixer, perhaps a meringue-something: getting the even consistency throughout the egg whites is vital. Or perhaps rye bread, letting the dough hook do the “heavy lifting” for kneading this firm dough? If my husband has his way, it’ll be his favorite from-scratch yellow cake, frosted with – what else? Gotta try it! – your buttercream frosting!

  39. I would make shortbread cookies!!

  40. –opting out of giveaway–
    I have that hand mixer!!! I love love love it-it’s awesome! His name is Sir-Mix-a-Lot :P

    this buttercream looks so fluffy and flavorful and perfect!!!

  41. I’d make the peanut butter cake with chocolate frosting I’ve been wanting to try.

  42. Chocolate frosting!!

  43. Sarah M. says:

    I would make a peanut butter brownie pie -I’ve been dying to try it!

  44. Megan Darvin says:

    I would make my favorite Vanilla Bean White Chocolate Mousse Cheesecake… I’m the baker in the family and my birthday is May 5, so it’s up to me to bake my favorite dessert for my birthday ;) lol

  45. Laura Schwarz says:

    Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies!

  46. The first thing I would make with the stand mixer is a double chocolate cake! The first thing I would make with the hand mixer is butterscotch pudding for may husband.

  47. Joyce R. says:

    I would make my son and daughter-in-law anniversary cake with your butter cream frosting.

  48. I’ll let my granddaughter choose the cake we’ll make together.

  49. Fern Martin says:

    I would love these mixers. My first baking project would be a birthday cake for my brother.

  50. I would use it to make six dz cupcakes for an order coming up since my KA just broke.

  51. Jeannine says:

    great give-away! I would make chocolate chip cookies- my favorite!!

  52. I will definitely make that Light Lemon Cake you posted last week..and cupcakes..and maybe cinnamon rolls for Monday morning. Too many choices. I love a good mixer, makes all the difference in how a cake turns out! And who can resist buttercream frosting?? Thanks for all of your inspiration!

  53. I would make my favorite brownies.

  54. Theresa Lobre says:

    I would make a coconut cheesecake for my younger brother:)

  55. Ryan Richeal says:

    I would make a cheesecake!

  56. Kathy Simpson says:

    Mashed potatoes. The good creamy kind. I’m so tired of chunky mashed potatoes because I don’t have mixer! Yep…my mouth is watering already!!

  57. Mary Tyree says:

    I would make muffins or something similar for my son who has food allergies. Wheat, egg, and dairy free mixes are very dense and can be troublesome to mix easily and smoothly. Such finicky mixes…Lol

  58. Yellow cupcakes with chocolate frosting of course! :)

  59. I would make a cake (or 3!) for my upcoming triplets birthday! I love your site !

  60. Kim Campbell says:

    I would make meringue cookies with that awesome looking whisk attachment!

  61. Mishelle says:

    I would use this to make a cke (or 3!!) for my triplet’s upcoming birthday!

  62. Hi, l would definitely make a big old batch of chocolate chip cookies :D Yum!!

  63. This is amazing! I would make Chocolate Chip Cookies!

  64. Clam dip!

  65. Michelle says:

    I would make cupcakes with frosting! Lots and lots of creamy vanilla frosting. With sprinkles.
    I love your blog!

  66. Stephanie says:

    I would have to make homemade gread

  67. Christine says:

    I would make a cake. It might be the ribbon of love cake unless I have already tried that one by then.

  68. Cupcakes and buttercream frosting of course!

  69. Melissa Hillis says:

    I would make your brownie bombs again for our teachers at school. I made them last year and they are STILL talking about them!

    Thank you for all that you do and all that you share with us!

  70. I love how sleek and compact this is versus the kitchen aid. I have my grandma’s 103rd (amazing lady) birthday coming up and I would use this to help whip up all the yummy treats for her party. Always looking for a good go to buttercream recipe too!

  71. Bethany Thomas says:

    Red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting, yum!

  72. I’d make brownies for my family, to celebrate my 10 year anniversary of getting a liver transplant! Chocolate, family, and second chances…it’s a great life!

  73. Laurie Miller says:

    Homemade mashed potatoes with the hand mixer, and Banana bread with the stand mixer!

  74. I would make a silk pie. There’s absolutely no way I’d ever mix that by hand.

  75. Lesa-Kay Pinker says:

    Food Network Magazine just had tutorial for making french macaroons. They scare me to bits, but I want to try them, and a new stand mixer would be just the ticket to whipping the egg whites.

  76. I would make a birthday cake-mine!

  77. The first thing I would make with my new mixer would be my delicious gluten free bread! Having those beaters to really whip up the thick dough thoroughly would be awesome. Anyone that is gluten free understands the great bread dilemma! My mixer is a $20 flea market find and not great for bread making. Pick me! Pick me! Happy baking domestic rebel!

  78. I would make angel food cake.

  79. Decisions….decisions…
    I think that I would go first with a puertorican style cake, that is a really moist and delicious one. :)

  80. Would love to win this mixer. I’d be making the buttercream recipe first!! Yum!!

  81. The first thing i’ll would be making with them would be a lemon-thyme cake :) also those cupcakes look awesome

  82. Jennifer A says:

    Perfect Buttercream frosting with Sprinkles?!! Of course I’ll be making this with a new mixer.

  83. Francine Long says:

    This perfect vanilla buttercream frosting seems like the perfect thing to make first if I won! (Or even if I don’t win – ha)

  84. Vanilla meringue cookies with miniature chocolate chips!

  85. I’m planning a large, multi-component cake for my wedding anniversary this year, so I would definitely be using this prize for that!

  86. Oreo peanut-butter cup cheesecake was sure…

  87. Frosting or cake batter.. Well, both actually! ;)

  88. challah!

  89. I would make cinnamon rolls from scratch! Having the mixers would make it so much easier! ;)

  90. A triple batch of chocolate chip cookies for all my grandchildren to enjoy.

  91. Frosting!!

  92. My hubs birthday is coming up so I would probably make him a Summery berry cake of some sorts.

  93. I would make my mom a coconut lime cake! She loves that combination. Thanks!! I will also try out the buttercream recipe..those cupcakes look so pretty :)

  94. I would make Red Velvet Cake!!

  95. Peanut butter cookies :-)

  96. Banana Cake and then white chocolate chip cherry cookies.
    YUM

  97. Sugar gem cookies! I’ve been craving them since I’m watching what I eat lately.

  98. Cupcakes and your Butter cream frosting!

  99. Sharon Stribling says:

    A yummy moist cake! From scratch. I’ve loved for a mixer for years.

  100. Buttercream frosting of course!!

  101. Lindsay Lee says:

    This vanilla buttercream with vanilla cupcakes!!!

  102. I will make this frosting and eat it with a spoon!

  103. Alexandra says:

    I would making chocolate cake!

  104. Butter pecan cake and vanilla frosting!

  105. butter pecan cake with vanilla frosting

  106. What a great post! I’ve been looking for a good vanilla buttercream frosting recipe. My son’s first birthday is at the end of May and I am making him a Blue Velvet Cake (haven’t chosen the frosting flavor yet–maybe your vanilla buttercream–can’t do cream cheese cuz the party is outside in the sun)! I would totally initiate these mixers with my Blue Velvet–or, if it doesn’t arrive on time, maybe a Red Velvet for July 4th!! Fun fun!

  107. Miranda Ward says:

    Red Velvet Cupcakes

    freebiegoddess03@aol.com

  108. I have twins turning 6 in a couple of weeks. I am planning to make cupcakes for their class and would use either of the mixers and the butter cream recipe for them. :)

  109. I love butter pecan cake with buttercream topping with chopped pecans

  110. Cupcakes!!!!

  111. Butter Pecan cake with buttercream frosting sprinkles with candied pecans

  112. Cheese cake! But I want to try shredding chicken one day soon!

  113. um. probably your frosting. you’ve got me craving it pretty badly right now…

  114. I really want to try out the cookie dough cake recipe! It looks so delicious!

  115. Gail Christensen says:

    I would make cupcakes with buttercream frosting…mmmmmm

  116. Candice L says:

    Oh my goodness, delicious! I haven’t had a good buttercream in awhile. I should fix that as soon as possible… ;)
    I would make banana cake with peanut butter buttercream with any new mixers. I have a bajillion frozen bananas and a huge tub of peanut butter to use up. :)

  117. This butter cream frosting would do just nicely

  118. I will mix a batch of homemade bread or a cake made from scratch with the vanilla buttercream frosting. I love to decorate cakes. I make all my desserts from scratch.

  119. I’d make that guiltless lemon cake recipe that you posted the other day, it sounds delicious!!

  120. I’ll be making some yummy frostings with this mixer!!!

  121. I will be making my mom’s yummy Italian Creme Cake…OMGosh is it good. After that I will make a cheesecake and later on I will either make mom’s Carrot Cake or her Coco Cola Cake…both are out of this world.

  122. First, I would probably make my favorite cream cheese icing, never made a butter cream before so your recipe would be next on my list!

  123. Red Velvet Cake with this vanilla buttercream! Red Velvet cake calls for a good mixer :)

  124. Mini Donuts with ButterCream Frosting!!!!Yummo

  125. Kim Kihega says:

    I would make strawberry cupcakes!

  126. This frosting looks great! I would love to make a cake topped with this frosting… It sounds delicious!

  127. I’d make monster cookies :)

  128. I would make snickerdoodle cake!

  129. I would make some frosting, of course! To go on my cupcakes, naturally!!

  130. kathy e. says:

    I would love to win this and my first thing I’d make is my famous chocolate chip cookies that have a secret ingredient. Everyone loves them and wants the recipe…but it’s mine!

  131. Most likely these delicious looking cupcakes!

  132. I’d definitely make frosting, for sure! Not like I really need to enter though, seeing as you already generously gave me a mixer… ;) P.S. Where’d you find those cute cupcake liners??

  133. I would want to use the various blade attachments, so I would make some of my favorites so share. I would make homemade bread, French silk pie and whipped cream. Yum! With the hand mixer I could still do all but the bread.

  134. Alex(andra) says:

    This recipe and churros, churros, and more churros!! Enough for breakfast, lunch, dinner – and another meal or two’s worth for good measure! *drool…*

  135. The vanilla buttercream paired with lightened-up carrot (cup)cakes as a surprise for hubby – he inhales carrot cake! :)

  136. The first thing I would make would be strawberry cake… I’ve been craving it lately!

  137. Aimee F. says:

    I would make cinnamon rolls! Having a mixer would make preparing the dough, filling and frosting so much easier! ;)

  138. Danielle says:

    I absolutely love homemade buttercream. I can’t stand the thought of ever using store bought frosting for any reason. If I win, I would most likely make mocha crunch cupcakes for my best friend since she is moving away soon!

  139. colleen guidone says:

    i would make cupcakes !

  140. Sandy Headtke says:

    I would make lemon bars

  141. Kristen Acosta says:

    The first thing I would make is chocolate chip cookies…………they’re my kids favorite!

  142. Oh my gosh…. So many recipes to choose from…. But I think I would try something I’ve been dying to try but have been scared to, tiramisu! My all time favorite dessert!

  143. COOKIES AND CAKES

  144. A pistachio cake

  145. S’mores cupcakes.

  146. Annabelle says:

    I would definitely make nutella cheesecake

  147. Maybe Black Forest cake!!:)

  148. Hi Hayley,
    Thanks for the buttercream frosting recipe. I think no wait I know I would make what I lovingly call a PMS cake. The real name is a Blackout cake. The big name baked goods company ya know the one with the white box and blue lettering stopped making it years ago. I recently found a recipe that sounds like the real deal. I am looking forward to making it even if I have to share with my family. Maybe I will make one for me and one for them to fight over. lol

  149. I would make chocolate chip cookies for my husband.

  150. Cookies!

  151. I would make the buttercream frosting. Yummy!

  152. Heather B says:

    My nephew’s birthday is at the end of next month and the theme is like a 60′s hippie. I would make a tie-dye birthday cake and tie-dye cupcakes for his party.

  153. I would make these perfect vanilla buttercream cupcakes! They look DELICIOUS!!!! :D

  154. Jennifer ALET says:

    Thanks for this opportunity I bake all the time and this would cut my time in half!
    Let’s see I would start off with some pirate cupcakes (for my 3 year old boy)with frosting and move on to cake pops (for the gal). Yum I’m hungry! Hope to win ;)

  155. Boozy cupcakes, especially Mudslide and Malibu Madness!

  156. Christine says:

    This looks so awesome! I’d totally make peanut butter chocolate icing for a chocolate cookie dough cake I’m giving my boyfriend for his birthday Also this butter cream recipe looks DELISH!!

  157. Laurieann Tobias says:

    The first thing I would make would be German Chocolate Cake… oh yum!!!

  158. Why buttercream icing of course!!

  159. This frosting sounds sooooo good! I can’t wait to try it!

    The first thing I would make would be bread! I currently make it in a bread maker but I think it’s starting to wear out!!

  160. I will be making buttercream frosting of course! Thanks for the recipe and beautiful pics. I recently had to sell my Kitchenaid and have been quite upset about it, thanks for the great review of this product, now I will be shopping for it!

  161. I’d make a lemon meringue pie. I burned out my mixer, so I’ve not been baking.
    2nd would be this butter cream, on lemon cupcakes. Yum.

  162. I wish I could make cupcakes but can’t do the carb thing. I would probably make a large batch of some sort of very creamy and fatty sauce

  163. I would so make these first!

  164. BREAD! i’ve never made homemade bread before and it just seems like due time…

  165. Your lightened up Carrot Cake was a HUGE hit at Easter – 3 diabetics at dinner – so I would make another one to take to the ladies study at church.

  166. Mary Lundquist says:

    I would either make a cake with the buftercream frosting for my granddaughter’s 1st birthday, or oatmeal walnut cookies for son who is coming home before being deployed.

  167. Katherine Go says:

    I’d make your recipe of the chewiest red velvet cookies. I’ve wanted to do them since forever. Also the chcoolate chip cinnamon rolls

  168. If I were to win these mixers, I would use them to make yummy things while my sister from Illinois is visiting! Its also my babies grad school graduation!

    Thanks
    Janet Piselli

  169. I would make something with Nutella! Just thinking about it makes my mouth water…

  170. Sophie W. says:

    I would make cheesecake!

  171. Danielle Bridges says:

    Cupcakes! -Vanilla or chocolate with this perfect Buttercream frosting.

  172. I would make chocolate chip and pecan cookies first.

  173. I would make some cupcakes immediately!!

  174. Marsha H. says:

    My Daughter’s Orange Velvet Cupcakes and her special frosting!

  175. I have a recipe for a chocolate angel food cake that I’d like to try. This mixer would make it a lot easier! :-)

  176. BROWNIE BOMBS!

  177. The first thing I’d make is some cupcakes…because I’ve been in college I haven’t gotten to make anything from scratch in years!

  178. I’m glad that you are so popular, and I’d love to win the machine, but I am unsubscribing to the daily comments. . Too many. Today there were over 100.

  179. A classic…chocolate chip cookies

  180. Candace M says:

    I would make cheesecake.

  181. I’m feeling me some cupcakes!

  182. Kathyria cruz says:

    I’d probably make buttercream frosting, lol. You have no idea how much bigger my right arm is compared the left from having to mix frostings manually.

  183. I would be making this buttercream frosting recipe. It sounds so delicious!! Yum Yum!!

  184. I would make my son’s birthday cakes, both have birthdays coming up soon.

  185. I think I would soft pretzel bites. Using a mixer to knead the dough would be so much faster than doing in by hand, although not as much of a workout!

  186. I would make almond wedding cake icing on the vanilla cupcakes

  187. With the mixer, I would definitely make a no bake Nutella cheesecake… YUM!!

  188. I would make whipped cream. I love it on everything!

  189. I wouldn’t make anything.. I would gift it to my best friend who is in culinary school so she could make everything she ever wanted to try! :)

  190. Chocolate chip cookies!

  191. Emily Sheer says:

    I would make a batch of cupcakes, of course!

  192. Pumpkin bread :)

  193. Milagros Martinez says:

    I’d make my daughter make her chocolate cake with chocolate frosting, I swear she makes the best cakes

  194. Rafael Martinez says:

    It probably make Puerto Rican cookies called mantecaditos

  195. Well with the mixer I would definitely try out my No Bake Nutella Cheesecake recipe… I’m already drooling!

  196. Carrie says:

    The first thing I’d make with my new mixer is creamy mashed potatoes!!! Then most likely something for dessert – chocolate cake!

  197. Carolyn G says:

    I would make a devil’s food cake.

  198. amanda whiltey says:

    i would make banana nut muffins from scratch

  199. Shannon says:

    I might just try your vanilla buttercream on some chocolate cupcakes!

  200. Cupcakes! Or cheesecake =)

  201. Swiss Meringue Butter Cream

  202. I would make a delicately handcrafted Croquembouche…the cream in the puff pastries to the spun sugar, and chocolate would be crafted with only the finest of ingredients. JUST KIDDING! I would probably make some cupcakes from a mix. :)

  203. I would make a yummy Red Velvet cake with this Buttercream on top!! :D

  204. michelle says:

    I would make my husband very happy!

  205. Vanessa I says:

    Soo many things I would make!!! But first things first! I would love to make some fresh bread!!!

  206. I’d make a yummy Red Velvet cake with this Buttercream!! :D
    *drools*

  207. Donna Tamburi says:

    Planning to make Lofthouse type cookies. Think I will try your Vanilla BC recipe to top them.

  208. whip cream for strawberry shortcake! summer cant come soon enough!!

  209. First thing I’d make is Pomegranate-White Chocolate Macarons

  210. I would whip up a few peanut butter cup pies and a couple dozen cupcakes!

  211. Cookies! I have a thousand cookie recipes on Pinterest to try, but I’ll probably start with this buttercreme frosting, and eat it with a spoon, it sounds amazing!!

  212. Elizabeth says:

    The current stand mixer we have is at LEAST 10 years old, I think it’s about time we let him retire ;)
    And the first thing I would make would have to be some strawberry rhubard cupcakes, with this frosting of course!

  213. Grace Barbour says:

    Since my mom’s birthday is soon, I think I would first make her a cake with the mixer(s). And thanks for the recipe! I’ll have to try it.

  214. White cake with that buttercream frosting on top!!!

  215. Marisa says:

    I will my dad’s favorite cake from scratch, icing and all, coconut pecan cake AND I will make butter cookies for my brother to mail off to him on base :)

  216. Patty Book says:

    The first thing I would try is a cream cheese spread I make to put on baguette slices or veggie crackers. Hope I win.

  217. Samantha says:

    I would start baking a lot more again. I would bake cupcakes, cookies and cakes for birthdays. I also want to look up newer recipes to make sweets I never made before :)

  218. Shelby says:

    Some chocolate chip cookies

  219. I would make some awesome triple chocolate brownies!

  220. Karen Ostrom says:

    I think I would make a strawberry cake and frosting.

  221. Hubby says can u post cupcake recipe also, they looking wonderfully moist and delicious!

  222. Oh and I would make pie crust first, I have two orders for peach cobblers, lol! Thanks.

  223. Michelle says:

    Definitely definitely definitely a batch of buttercream!!!!!

  224. Victoria Stratton says:

    Buttercream, all kinds! I love making cakes!

  225. I would make vanilla cupcakes and this buttercream icing.

  226. Cookies cookies cookies. And frosting for the cookies. :)

  227. I would make Chocolate chip cookies.

  228. A stand mixer has been on my wish list FOREVER and I would start off by making a really rich chocolate cake from scratch! ;)

  229. Drooling over this buttercream frosting again! Did you give the mixer away? I have been shopping today all over for a good mixer. I missed it if you announced the winner. Keep on cookin, miss rebel :)

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