bosch mixer vs kitchenaid

I do make some really large batches of cookies in my Bosch like dish pan cookies that I would need something to handle that in. I’ve had the Bosch for +3 yr now and it’s starting to give me issues. Hey Mel. Hmmm… . However, as I do a lot of cake baking and decorating, I still love my KitchenAid. I also make cookies or small cakes at least weekly. I love that my Bosch can handle so many cups of flour. The Bosch stand mixer is also offered in a compact version (400 watts, 4-quart bowl capacity, about $189). My bosch is 20 years old and large batches of bread always crept up the center and got into the inside of the column. (Although using my Kitchenaid it ALWAYS struggled on bread dough). It has suction cups on the bottom that keep it from moving around. I quite agree with most of your comments between the two machines. The Bosch video indicates to use the paddles to cream the ingredients, then swap out for the dough hook when adding the flour. It mixes the dough with very little drama or trauma and doesn’t heat it up like the KA. If so, what size is the Bosch you use? Bosch has the bowl scraper, but for some reason, I’ve had issues with it. If you’re unsure whether you should choose one brand or another, this KitchenAid vs. Kenwood comparison is a good read. I really prefer my countertops to be cleared off & clean of appliances when I am not using them. I need 5 dozen cookies next week for my quilt guild so I am about to choose one of your recipes. During that time I had the older style kitchenaid mixer with a glass bowl, which I also wore out. Maybe I will try my Bosch on cookies. That at least makes cleaning easier. I wish I had the 2nd bowl, and the little attachment to shred potatoes ect. I’m sure that’s the manufacturer’s purpose—and it works! I took it back to Costco and luckily they gave me a refund. I have absolutely loved it!! I have used a kitchen aid for years and the plastic shield that comes with it allows you to add things to the mixer with ease…and I seldom make more than 2 loves of bread at a time but when I do I pefer the old hand method…even no matter the mixer or bread machine I feel the tear the dough but by hand you dont have that happening…so when using it I always take it out the last 2 minuets and need it by hand…I make it short I love my Kitchen aids. For the whipped cream, I used the wire whips from the Bosch and the Kitchen Aid. Finally, I too have had the little plastic nibs on the cookie paddles (that click onto the arms of the metal or plastic drive thingy) break off, but the paddles still are seated firmly and don’t wobble. Granted I never try to make more than 2 loaves at a time but this has been a work horse for me. Although last week for Easter I made a double batch of your French bread rolls (so easy and delicious!!!) Makes me have pangs of regret for giving my mother’s Bosch to my daughter…but I still have two KA. Hi Mel! This is so hard!!! I can’t believe that Bosch is going on 35+ years. I’m from the UK and was given a Kenwood Chefette stand mixer, a junior model and not one of the large Kenwood Chefs, it was great. But I still wouldn’t trade away any of them and don’t care that they all take up precious real estate in my tiny kitchen! I’ve never bought a Bosch (or other mixer) from a specialty kitchen store. Way to be you. I’m late to the conversation! I don’t make bread enough to need another mixer right now, but once my Kitchenaid kicks the bucket, maybe I’ll look into a Bosch! Thanks much for your comparison review! Stand mixers can be your complete kitchen center, … Too many bad reviews on the Professional model. I also add oats to my smoothie and find that I can grind a big batch of rolled oats in a dry single serve cup of my ninja. I see that yours is Cuisinart. I wanted to point out that the most wonderful part of making cookies with a Bosch is that for most recipes you do not have to blend the sugar and butter, add the eggs, etc. It’s also easier to clean. Not only are you a good cook, but you’re a gifted writer into the bargain. I also feel so annoyed whenever I have to add dry ingredients while the KA is running… defo a major design flaw! I love them both and use them both regularly. I’ve stripped the gears on the pro twice now. Thanks, Kristi! I did own the scrapers, for about a month before they broke, so don’t bother FYI. Great Post. The motor started overheating and burning. The mixer also “walks” on the counter when kneading dough. Haven’t used yet. Regardless, you will end up spending a couple hundred dollars at least – and if you can find a good bundle deal (especially with the Bosch), you will get the most bang for your buck. I do have the updated model of the Bosch (came out a few years ago) where there’s a quick turn/release option on the bottom of the bowl to remove the inner “stem,” so to speak and quickly wash out any dough that’s gotten in there. The Bosch is a lot harder to clean, but things mix so much better, it never overheats, and my bread dough especially turns out sooooo much better. Because it was right before the holidays when that happened, my friend lent me her Bosch because she doesn’t bake very often. They increased the power of the motor in this model and then replaced parts that were metal on previous models with plastic parts. For me anyway. It has a learning curve, but if you add the ingredients right it works just great and I can add upwards of 10-12 cups of flour, so I get three or four loaves depending on the recipe I use. I have a pasta press, too, and that’s not so fast but still so fun to make your own bucatini or fusilli. My only complaint about my Bosch is that my cookie paddles break! We did small batches. Had it for 30 years and although it’s a little louder than it used to be, and only 400 watts, it’s still going strong. I echo your comments. But I didn’t want a repeat with another kitchenaid if I attempt bread. You can get quite few different attachments to use with these machines, oh and the blenders are super! I like my kitchen aid for smaller batches and for whipping.” – Dee, “I’ve had KitchenAid mixers for the last 35 years. I’m oh so glad he did! After getting through a season of Christmas baking & all my regular uses I can say I do like it. I think I’m hung up on the main part of the KitchenAid right in the way of pouring ingredients, too. I have a kitchen aid mixer that I have been using for about 10 years now and I have never regretted buying it. And kudos to your husband for listening to his secretary. Have been researching the Bosch Universal Plus and think that is the one for me. The bosch is excellent for large batch mixing. I contacted KA with no help or solution. . When you wash the bowl, do you let it sit on the counter upright overnight to let all the water drain out of the centre column? The first time they broke, I had heard a noise but I didn’t know what happened, then someone I gave cookies to found a hard plastic chuncky splinter in a cookie! Well I had heard that once Whirlpool bought out KA, they started outsourcing plastic parts from China. Advertiser Disclosure. I will continue a reader your blog. But the KitchenAid still doesn’t appeal to me for that, even with all the fancy colors and styles. . Thanks for the post. My kitchen aid is loud, and I hate that! No trouble with the motor. My hands get so sore from the kneading. I do have a hand mixer of fairly recent vintage after making marshmallows with my 10 year old hand mixer… The new hand mixer came with dough hooks which I pressed into use to make ciabatta. I’ve had the mixer for about 15 years and it is going strong making a variety of things from breads to cakes to meatloaf, etc. . Auch wenn diese Bewertungen nicht selten manipuliert werden, bringen die Bewertungen generell eine gute Orientierung; Welche Intention visieren Sie mit Ihrem Bosch stand mixer vs kitchenaid an? I wanted to “expand my  horizons” and see what options are out there. Bought the scrapper attachment and found it helpful. I have the ice cream maker and pasta thing for my KA. From your article, it seems like the kitchen aid would not really help me with my bread baking. I know I have read recommendations that the tilt head isn’t really powerful enough to use when baking bread. I have read some discussions about stainless steel bowls dispelling heat better (when mixing for a long time), but wanted to know what your experience has been. I just can’t justify a new one for only bread. My oldest daughter is using my mom’s Bosch from about 1987, and it works perfectly. I’ve talked to people who think the Bosch is an easier machine. You can see this immediately in terms of shape, color, size, and design. A batch of frosting that might need a lot of scraping usually does great when doubled. The handle on the bosch has broken twice in the last decade. Thanks for this discussion. Turns out the faster mixer speed (compared to my arm lol) led to a much fluffier dough. I used to have to stay close to the KA when using it for bread, because it “walked” right to the edge of my countertops. Happens sometimes. I felt like ingredients always got stuck on the bottom of my professional kitchen aid- so I sold it and bought the cheaper version. It merely greases the lump so that it spins at high frequency and walks the mixer off the cupboard! I said, “like Batman?” He said it can be anyone, real or pretend. I love my machine but would definately love to try the Bosch! Love your blog! Comes with a stainless bowl and a plastic bowl for cakes and light cookie batter. I will be honest, I didn’t know bosch made a nice big mixer! I burned out my KA 600 series and am replacing it with a Bosch. Do it! And that is a definite understatement! Honestly, neither of them are that complicated to use. The solution in the Bosch is usually to double the recipe (not always possible, I know). I really dislike the metal/plastic parts I have broken hers more than once and have had to buy her new ones. One other thing that is a big factor in my decision is that I really don’t like the overall size of the KitchenAid. I have a KitchenAid and I hate it! If you upgrade to a different model, you will likely need to get new mixing attachments. I haven’t had experience using the compact mixer, but I’ve heard it has great reviews for smaller batches! It also weighs 2 pounds less than the Pro Line Stand Mixer. I think a good hand mixer is a welcome addition to any kitchen. Others have mentioned the same thing. Overall I swear by them like my gram. No wonder it is special. If you are deciding between the Bosch Mixer and Kitchen Guide, this has everything you need to know, including insights from lots of different users, as well as a comparison guide with various KitchenAid models to the Bosch Universal Plus Mixer, Bosch Compact, and Nutrimill Artiste. I got it because it had that handy dandy caddy that attaches to the bottom to store all the attachments with it. but that was mostly conforming to spirit of the discussion. 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. My girlfriend, who is a pastry chef, uses both machines & loves them. The Bosch was my “new hopeful” and your review clinched it. It’s gears wore out making oatmeal choc chip cookies recently. It came with food processing attachment, cookie paddles, whips, a dough hook and scraper. Your comments about bread dough are spot-on though. and will not change…it does a perfect job or me a cook for 40 years…. I have both and love both. Yes!!! My husband bought some parts to fix it, but I thought it might not work as well as a new one. I have also been “seduced” by the chopper and juice attachments with others to hopefully be added. How about the Bosch Compact vs the KitchenAid tilt head? There is a smaller, plastic bowl you use for making cookies and that has a middle shaft. Haha, mine did that, too! I don’t think you can use the attachments the Bosch comes with (at least what mine came with) to mix cookie dough. I also make 5-6 loaves at a time. but seriously, thanks!!! How fun!!! I love both! I have the scraper attachments for the Bosch and they do work well. Whenever I am mixing, I usually have to get the sides or bottom using a plastic scraper. Maybe I just have weak wrists, but it is so cumbersome and heavy when filled with bread dough. But use the Kitchen Aid for everything but bread. After burning out an Osterizer making strawberry daiquiris for our camping club (ice! UPDATE – I really have issues making whipped cream with my Bosch. Clean up would be SO much easier!! However, with the KitchenAid stainless steel bowl, it was definitely more stuck on, and it was harder to remove with just a damp cloth. And are you kidding about the red Bosch? Articles like yours are very helpful to everyone needing advice on choosing something that will be a benefit to them personally. Love all these Bosch girls commenting with their loyalty. My dear ol’ Bosch and I, I dare say, will expire together! We don’t have the budget for a mixer right now, but when we do, I’m definitely going to re-visit this page! Love the color of the mixer as well as how it works for us. I might just bring out the Sunbeam and see if it has any life left in it or buy a good hand mixer. Interesting about using the paddle for bread, Wendy! Always have to scrap the bottom of the bowl to mix in ingredients. I have to take it into the bathroom and close the door whenever I mix anything to preserve the family’s hearing. I don’t have it anymore and only use the Bosch for mixing. (I finished the dough by hand today, but this dough really needs to be done by machine because of the specialty flour.) Might help solve your problem , https://www.amazon.com/KitchenAid-KN1PS-Pouring-Shield-1-Piece/dp/B0007QN054, Yes, I have that…but honestly, I have such trouble. I’ve had a Bosch Compact for 4 or 5 years, and I love it! Do you know if the compact Bosch works just as good as the universal? It also has an extended piece to make it easy to add any ingredient. Despite having to still pull up ingredients from the bottom of the bowl, the KitchenAid is hands down the best mixer for standard-size recipes of thinner/wetter ingredients. I have an old bosch that was given to me by a friend who upgraded. I agree with everything in the post about all 3 mixers! I actually investigated the Bosch mixer at one point, but I decided that the Kitchenaid met our needs. Since I never had a mixer I always made bread dough by hand and I just really enjoy kneading the dough by hand. I did have the scraper blade (purchased separately), and would tell anyone to get one. Anyone have any experience with the Ankarsrum mixer? I had the blender attachment but stripped the gear pretty quickly; I wouldn’t recommend that. For the most part, we have loved it. The mixer is heavy, and sturdy, and with its robust rubber feet, stays planted in one place. I feel like KichenAid/Bosch discussions always get emotional – so many feelings attached to these mixers, haha. Has anyone found a good hand scraper for the bowl or developed a good method for cleaning it out? After seeing theirs I decided that when (IF) my Bosch ever dies , I was going with the colorful KitchenAid next. I don’t have to unlock and lift up the tilt head to scrape down the sides of the bowl either. Excellent. Plus the Ankarsrum is quieter and has a soothing quality to it that is difficult to explain but I have heard other bakers mention it. Maybe that’s my problem actually! Thank you for your informative comparison. All in all, I feel like to have both mixers so I can use whatever is optimal for what I happen to be making. Also, do you find that your Kitchen Aid from Costco over heats after making something that requires several minutes of beating (e.g., swiss meringue buttercream frosting)? I think any good review shares thoughts from others. LOVE my Kitchenaid.. have used one for 28 years!!! I usually only make rolls on holidays and I have to be careful because the mixer will overheat. I loved my bosch for bread. Great and accurate comparison on your part:), I grew up with the old sunbeam and later on ma got a kitchenaid. They felt less dense, and I feel like the ingredients incorporated better. I do have to scrape the bowl quite a bit, and really wish someone would come up with one of the scraper blades for it. One thing you didn’t mention is that if you are making your own mixes, like pancake or cake mixes, the Bosch also wins. I have also enjoyed my attachments for my Bosch. The frosting was thick. I always get out the old Kitchen Aid to make anything with a meringue base. so I decided it was time to buy a workhorse that wouldn’t die an easy death. I use it for everything. I had a Kitchen Aide I liked it ok, but the motor gave out fairly soon. I finally broke down and got the bigger one at Costco after my bosch died. It has to work hard for me every summer! I use it all the time. Neither of those is bad – it just depends on what you are looking for. I am dreaming about the professional version from King Arthur if/when it dies again, but the costco price tag is a lot better so we’ll see. You’ll probably remember me pestering you when I first got my Bosch, because my trusty 2 loaf recipe tripled did not translate well in the Bosch. The newer model has some suction cups on the bottom. I LOVED it. I don’t think you are alone in this. I have had a stand model KitchenAid mixer for 15 years, and it’s still going strong. It’s about a $20 fix. Thanks, Simone! When I bought it it was around $400 and came with everything that you needed. and think it works better than the KitchenAid as well. Hi Lindsie – you aren’t the only one that wonders about this (and I dare say, it’s one of the more aggravating aspects of bread making with the Bosch to a lot of people). I have the Bosch Universal Plus and an ancient Hobart Kitchenaid 4.5 quart mixer. That is so sweet, Carm. Thanks for your comments, Maureen…and good luck with the new cabinets!! As a sidenote, the cookie paddles are not included with the Bosch mixer, but are totally worth the extra $20 purchase; I use the dough hook or cookie paddles for everything I make in the Bosch. I always enjoy reading and learning from you! They tell you to never use the highest speed for bread dough. I gave up, bite the bullet and bought the Bosch. I just didn’t feel like it was intuitive to use. I hear that old familiar grinding sound from my mixer. It is the best! Have you ever had them break?? The Bosch is shorter, so it may fit under low cupboards easier. So glad you love your KitchenAid! If I’m making large batches, I use my Bosch. It’s a professional model, the kind that the bowl goes up and down, not the head. Kitchen Kneads in Ogden is where we bought our first Bosch about 15+ years ago and its still going strong! I couldn’t do without my Bosch! I agree that the power of the Bosch can definitely overmix cookie dough. In this case, the heaviness of the KitchenAid is a bit annoying and cumbersome. All of my friends and family keep getting pictures of everything I make: “look at this amazing dough”, “isn’t this dough gorgeous?” Thank god they love me. We now have two homes and two Bosch mixers and my husband decided to surprise me with a new high end Kitchen Aid because his sister recommended it. The bigger question for some will be; Which is lead free? It pooped out a few years ago and my hubby ordered parts to fix it. At almost six pounds, I really don’t like this tilt and store method. Oh gosh, so true. So what is the best choice for me? TLDR… Last year I decided to replace my mixer. I’ve never considered the Kitchen Aid because I’m all about the bread and the large batches of everything! They actually clean the shaft well and the sides. I use the wire whisk attachment for my thinner cake batters and whipped cream etc. I currently do not have a stand mixer, just my handy hand mixer. . Also, the latest BOSCH Universal Plus has been improved to “seal” the transmission so it doesn’t “leak”, and they have made other important improvements such as “suction” feet so the Bosch doesn’t dance all over the counter while kneading heavy bread dough, or cookie dough. This Kitchenaid mixer costs $85.00. Proud Bosch owner here! I did purchase the stainless bowl and like it much better than the plastic. I’ve used my Kitchenaid stand mixer for 15+ years and I’ve decided to upgrade this year. I don’t use the full size one as often, usually when I’m making bigger batches of things. I did finally wear my bowl out and had to go on eBay to find another as the company doesn’t even make them any more. I have to dump it out and finish kneading by hand. I just replaced my wedding shower Kitchenaid with another (higher powered) Kitchenaid after 11 years of use. I’m by no means a baker etc, I’ve made two box cakes and one cake from scratch in my entire life. As always, feel free to shop around for the best price! I am going to weigh in on this debate. And it was only $100 or $150. But I’ll be watching more closely from now on! Personally, I preferred the creaminess of the Bosch’s whipped cream. That’s the over riding reason I got this. WOOT for that attachment. I have an attachment similar to the paddle, but it has scrapers that I LOVE for making frostings, it makes quick work of creaming and incorporating the ingredients. I LOVE how many cookies you can make with the Bosch, as well as the potential of the bowl scraper. Even with one of that half bowl covers flour and lose stuff like that always flies out when I turn it on. So, they have been through 63 years of use Fun memory, thank you! . The Ankarsrum’s plastic donut bowl is so weak. I’m going to have to go back and read through these comments. Comparison of Bosch MUM51U10UC vs KitchenAid K45SS Stand Mixers. The first time, I sent them back and got a new set, but I haven’t bothered with it again and just make cookies by hand. I appreciated hearing someone else’s views on them both! Sounds like I need to add a good hand mixer to my kitchen tools and I’ll be all set! I think he was quite proud of his purchase, because he told me all about the sale and the big rebate and such. I told him I would still want to be his mom and he said I would still be his mom, but if I could be anyone who would it be? I have really fallen in love with the art of bread making the last couple years having to do it all by hand. I can’t rave about the color bringing joy to my heart. It did crash off the counter while kneading a large batch of bread once, but it survived and is still going strong. But I have a big grin plastered on my face. I haven’t had any problem with it and I do love it for bread and rolls. Obviously that is a problem with the user not the product but the Bosch protects me from myself. You can probably already see (if you made it this far, and if so, you deserve a cookie), that instead of proclaiming a true winner, it’s clear that each mixer has it’s strengths and weaknesses. I don’t have the cookie paddles, but when I’ve made cookies with my mom’s Bosch I felt like it was too powerful and was afraid of overmixing the dough. (As long as it’s not overmixed). Absolutely love it and make bread all the time. My husband bundled it off to the repair shop while I did an admirable job of remaining calm. I’ve been a loyal Bosch Universal fan for years. You are most welcome. Only making a loaf at a time. I also have a Kitchen Aid mixer that I love. And now I’m baffled seeing your pics with a double batch of cookies with your cookie paddles! I am an appliance junky much like yourself judging from your article. After going through 4 of them in 5 years because they burned up making bread, I gave up. I just don’t think it’s as good as it’s thought to be. We received a kitchen aid as a wedding gift 31 years ago. I think the Bosch Universal is best for …, I think the Kitchen Aid Mixer is best for  …. Where do you buy them from? I’m with you! . Wie gut sind die Nutzerbewertungen auf Amazon? I have a hand mixer I use for smaller jobs. You really can have a great stand mixer for very little money. It’s one of my favorite things for sure! I agree with you! I’m so glad your Autumn gold mixer is going strong still! . Memories are so powerful! My feeling is that most of us don’t need either the Bosch or the Kitchen Aid. Two things that you didn’t mention that favor the Bosh are how easy it is to lift and move, and how steady they are when kneading. I love how powerful it is and have used it a lot successfully. And I have been making at least 6 loaves of bread each week all this time.” -Tammy, “Bosch for over 16 years, with no problems – except for the blender that came with it. If I only could keep one it would be the hand mixer. In this case, I don’t think they were as open minded as they should have been. If I let my KitchenAid sit for very long, I have to make it soak. Others comments are definitely in line with what you are saying (older KAs are stellar in terms of quality). Cookie Paddles – these are for making cookies. I would love to be able to afford a Hobart. It gets in the way and makes the bowl difficult to scrape. I don’t have the cookie paddles, only the dough hook and whisks, so I just use the whisks for the dough and it seems to handle it just fine as long as you use a higher speed. KitchenAid Pro 600: 575 watts. I need to look into that dough hook extender. I don’t have make large batches of things, so the Kitchen Aid has worked well for my needs. Sometimes just a bowl, spoon (or handheld mixer) is all you need. This can be annoying when I have to chill cookie dough. That’s why the Bosch appeals to me. My parents gave it to me as a gift just a couple months ago because they thought I would enjoy learning to bake bread. It doesn’t do as well for frostings and small batches. The compact is a dream for wet and smaller mixing. Then when I attach the bowl to the base, it pops the beaters/hook back off. The Bosch was designed to be a dump pour mixer. 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. Both of these are great mixers, and I think that there are different people who are better suited for each one. My husband, who is the small-batch cookie makeer in my family, uses the KitchenAide exclusively. Somehow the Bosch just seems like a bigger chore to use. I think it works fine for what I do, and I like the different attachments. Oh and don’t forget the attachments for the Kitchenaid. But I’ve decided NOT to make Stollen this Christmas. I have had a kitchenaid forever. Ugh, three KitchenAids? Then I was like- why is she always in spandex? This Mixer Outperforms The KitchenAid For Making Bread : This Mixer performs well for Small Batches: This Mixer Outperforms The KitchenAid On Large Batches and small batches: 1 Year Hassle Free Replacement Warranty I’m sure the same is true for heavy cookie doughs. Have owned a Bosch for over 30 years. Thanks for all your help, and your time. I make a lot of food from scratch and really want something that is going to last. i just purchased a Wonder Mix and i don’t like it because it is very loud, Is the bosch universal loud? Thought of upgrading to newer Bosch but couldn’ t justify it. All you have to do is take the lid on and off. However, on one website, it says that it has a 500 watt 1.3 HP motor. I like that the Kitchenaid cleans the sides of the bowls on its own. That said, your description of the Bosch has probably won me over for bread. Took it to the next camping rally and did a total of three – count ’em! What a fun post, I love the research (aka real life experience). However, I learned that they have a plastic bowl because it is better for bread making. Thanks for your comment! If I had to choose between mixers, I’d definitely go with a Bosch Universal. The new ones have plastic and cheaper parts. It seems to have enough power to handle everything I have done with it. I had to hunt around to find all the parts because they didn’t know what they were selling. I want to make bread more and my lovely dependable KA just freaks out with all but the softest of bread doughs. It was a gift from Mom and a complete surprise. 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. The powerful motor is the winner! I 100% agree with your assessment of the mixers. I use the compact one almost every day of the week! , Thanks, Hilary! I haven’t had it get terribly hot while running for a long time. I have learned the hard way over the years how to treat my Bosch. I use my Cusinart 220 watt hand mixer for mixing cake batter and whipping cream. It was easily 50 years old. Its the Ankarsrum Original Mixer. My mother had a Dormeyer. That said- I still find myself using it for things I could do in my KA. Considering the Bosch. I loved my KA for that. I mainly use it for single batch cookies and bread. I just wanted to share my experiences with you. My mom has both a Kitchen Aid and a Bosch, and she uses them both basically as you describe here. Yes, I use my Bosch for Gloria’s Cinnamon Roll. It’s hard not to be tempted by those pretty colors! Like you mentioned, putting stuff in while it is going is ALWAYS a mess. I usually just scrape it by hand though. The impressive thing is is that it still keeps on going! Could you please compare how both mixers are to clean? So. And yes, the current models come with a guard. 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