Thanksgiving KitchenAid Mixer Giveaway

Hi, friends! I’m excited to let you know that I’ve teamed up with some of my favorite food bloggers for a super fun Thanksgiving giveaway for a KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Qt Mixer! Many of the recipes here on We are not Martha are SO much easier to make with a stand mixer…. I use mine multiple times a week. The best part? You can pick out any color KitchenAid you want. What will you choose?

How to Enter:

There are lots of ways to enter, so be sure to check out the Rafflecopter widget below and enter in as many different ways as you want. Good luck!!

Giveaway Details:

  • One lucky winner will receive a KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Qt Stand Mixer in their choice of available colors. If the winner is from the United States, they will receive the mixer directly. If the winner is from outside of the U.S, they will receive an Amazon gift card for the list price of the mixer.
  • The giveaway will end on Nov 28, 2019 at 11:59 PM. A winner will be drawn at random and emailed within 72 hours to claim the prize. If no response is received within 48 hours, a new winner will be selected.
  • Social media accounts used to enter must be active, inactive/spam/bot social media accounts will be disqualified.
  • Giveaway is open worldwide, except where prohibited. You must be 18 years or older to win. Chances of winning depend on the number of entries we receive.
  • This giveaway is sponsored by myself and the following bloggers, so make sure to visit their blogs for more chances to win!

If You Give a Blonde a Kitchen

Little Sweet Baker

Chopstick Chronicles

Cooking with Carlee

Hostess at Heart

The Flavor Bender

The Cookie Writer

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74 Responses to "Thanksgiving KitchenAid Mixer Giveaway"

  1. Sj Dc says:

    I love making fruit cake with the whole family..more for the memories, get-together, tons of laughs (some bickering too!) and you get the best cake too!!!!

  2. Sj Dc says:

    My fave holiday memory is making traditional Christmas sweets with family and anyone’s who around..even guests who drop in are welcomed to join!!

  3. I am thinking about trying Ina Gartenโ€™s Pumpkin Roulade this year!

  4. chelsea w says:

    My favorite memory is being really young and helping my grandmother make chocolate eclairs (and making a mess while at it!).

  5. Kelly says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  6. Kelly says:

    I love making French Canadian meat pie at Christmas time.

  7. KV says:

    Iโ€™m making sugar cookies.

  8. Lisa says:

    I love cut out cookies.

  9. Nicole says:

    I love decorating gingerbread houses each year with my kids!

  10. Jenice says:

    I love making traditional cutout sugar cookies!

  11. maureen says:

    I make a number of items. I make Eggnog bread and eggnog cookies and pumpkin crisp.

  12. J says:

    My fav memories are we always got to open 1 present the night before Christmas, a toy. Then an aunt and uncle from out of town started coming over the night before Christmas and we had to open their present in front of them and fake a happy smile, so we wouldn’t get scolded after they left. It was usually some kind of clothes, that didn’t fit or something we wouldn’t wear! Lol. We were happy just to see them and visit with them bc we got to stay up later. Hahaha!

  13. Kelly Kimmell says:

    My favorite holiday memories are of my family gathered at my grand mother’s house. She’s been gone a while & I miss those times so much.

  14. Sandy Sawyer says:

    My favorite is the crab dip we have on Christmas Eve

  15. dana says:

    Lebkukan cookies

  16. KariLorr says:

    I love my Dad’s chocolate chip cookies

  17. Beth Hern says:

    My favorite memories was with my grandmother cooking and baking. She was a wonderful cook.

  18. Thomas Gibson says:

    I love homemade snickerdoodles and homemade egg nog chilled.

  19. Lisa says:

    I love rum cake for the holidays!

  20. KIM DAVIS says:

    Jam thumbprints, The first cookie my mother taught me to make. I also make homemade jams and jellies throughout the year to use in them.

  21. Tracie Cooper says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is red velvet cheesecake!

  22. Brandy Graham says:

    I loved helping my Mom make her famous cream cheese cookies!

  23. Tony Platz says:

    My favorite memories turned out to be moments where noyhing out of the usual happened .It is just the thouhjt of passed lovrd ones that make itt special for me the thoughrs of them at the holidays.

  24. Darlene Carbajal says:

    I like to make mini cheesecakes!

  25. Carol Moore says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is Southern Sweet Potato Pie,

  26. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    My favorite is Sweet Potato Pie. I have my grandmother’s recipe. Baking the pies and giving them away to family brings back all the memories.

  27. Dolores Miranda says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is sweet potato casserole!

  28. Jessica Lofton says:

    My Christmas memories don’t have much to do with the kitchen but with the tree. It was so much fun to put up as kids. There were always whatever homemade ornament done in class that year and untangling the lights. The excitement of seeing it all lit up. Waiting with my sisters to be able to open the first gift. That type of excitement is hard to get back so make those memories count.

  29. Jessica Peeling says:

    My favorite memories are always playing new board games during each holiday with the family!

  30. Ketaki says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is a sponge cake that my grandmother used to bake for me when I was a kid. I have tried multiple recipes to recreate it but I think it was her touch that made all the difference. Nonetheless my son loves the sponge cake that I bake and I am thankful for that.

  31. Susan Christy says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is from a Pillsbury recipe booklet I picked up at the check stand years ago. It’s a pecan, cranberry and white chocolate tart. I make it every year and it’s a family favorite.

  32. Tonya Atkinson says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is my grandmother’s sour cream, rub, pound cake.

  33. Thomas P says:

    My favorite holiday recipe AND memory is my Grandma’s frosted Christmas cookies

  34. Belinda Brothers says:

    My favorite holiday and memory was December 24 1986. It was the day my sweet hubby married me and my 4 children. That was 33 years ago this year. I don’t remember a more beautiful Christmas and my children has a dad that has been here for all the good and bad times. We now have 20 beautiful grandchildren and 1 handsome great grandson.

  35. Andrea Engelhardt says:

    Cold even pound cakes. Ahhhh… the smell fills the house.

  36. Danielle Porter says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is chex mix. It can be made anytime after thanskgiving and eaten watching A Charlie Brown Chirstmas to set off the holiday mood. ๐Ÿ™‚

  37. Ann Hoag says:

    I make a sweet bread that is shaped like a Christmas tree for breakfast on Christmas.

  38. karen says:

    my favorite holiday recipe is herb stuffing – something I only have once a year

  39. Angelica says:

    My fave holiday recipe and memory is my grandma’s homemade turkey egg noodle soup. We used to spend Thanksgiving week at their house and making her delicious soup was an all day event the day after Thanksgiving. I miss her, especially those times cooking with her in the kitchen.

  40. Donna says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is sweet potato casserole! It’s my mother’s recipe and it holds a lot of memories.

  41. Wanda says:

    My greatest holiday memory is actually several memories. I remember making cookies with my grandchildren every year. My second favorite memory was the year my oldest grandson was questioning Santa Clause. My daughter went home for Christmas and made him help pack the car so he would see there were no Santa presents. I followed behind late Christmas Eve with the Santa presents and the look on his face Christmas morning was priceless!

  42. Marshall says:

    OOOOOOOHHHHHH… OOOOOOOO…. My wife has always wanted one of these!!!

  43. elizabeth miller says:

    My favorite memory is always growing up and going to holiday dinners at my grandmothers and my great grandmothers. Everything was made from scratch and with the perfect blends of flavor.

  44. Shelton says:

    My favorite would have to be the smell of Christmas morning!!!! We had cedar trees and with the smell of the fruits, candy and mamas’ cooking made the house smell so warm and soothing. Not a care in the world for at least one special day!!! HOW I miss them so dearly!

  45. Natalie says:

    My favorite holiday memory was dressing in my pajamas and driving around the city looking at Christmas lights with my family!

  46. Rajee Pandi says:

    Coconut cookies

  47. Rene Sakorafis says:

    Thankful for my family!

  48. Rebeka deleon says:

    My favorite holiday recipe that is festive and healthy are cauliflower holiday trees with Parmesan snow. A fun way to get your kids to eat there veggies.

  49. Amanda B. says:

    Baking is a huge tradition for us at Christmastime…we always bake cookies and Gingerbread Houses!

  50. Minta Boggs says:

    My favorite memory is making cookies with both of my sons for Santa. Now that they are older – I really miss baking with the boys.

  51. Jaime Farkas says:

    mini cheesecakes <3

  52. Melissa Storms says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is my mom’s cornbread dressing, yum.

  53. Sara says:

    I love to bake cookies during the holidays

  54. ae minx says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is Russian Teacakes

  55. Julieh says:

    My favorite holiday memory is baking Christmas cookies with my grandma.

  56. kathy pease says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is chocolate chip cheesecake

  57. Candie L says:

    My sister makes an amazing raisin sauce. Thank you

  58. Mya Murphy says:

    My favorite memory was the very first I ever did on my own.. I felt like an adult.. I had recently gotten my own apartment, and was SO excited to have a big bash!! It was perfect!!

  59. Marie C says:

    My favourite memory is trying green bean casserole for the first time last year! It was my first Thanksgiving, and that was the food that stood out most to me ๐Ÿ™‚

  60. Mafalda V says:

    My mom makes this cinnamon cake for Christmas… it’s my favorite dessert ๐Ÿ™‚

  61. Rust says:

    My favorite holiday dessert is Italian Cream Cake!

  62. Stephanie Larison says:

    My favorite memory is growing up both sides of the family would get together for Christmas. I miss it now that we’re all spread out and far away from each other.

  63. Nick says:

    My favorite memory was when the whole family got together including those that lived out of state for a great meal and time.

  64. Buddy Garrett says:

    I remember my mom baking in the kitchen every Christmas.

  65. Amy Deeter says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is my homemade stuffing.

  66. Bryan Vice says:

    my favorite memory is making cakes and cookies with my grandma she’s been gone for 6 years now holidays just isnt the same

  67. Judy Gregory says:

    My grandmother using Kitchenaid non-stop to finish her baking.

  68. Brandon Sparks says:

    Making cookies with my mom when I was 5.

  69. MaryAnn says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is peanut butter pie. My grandmother used to make it for me every year at Christmas.

  70. Gloria Luongo says:

    My favorite memory is making cookies with my kids and now with my grandkids.

  71. Leela says:

    I love a good pumpkin roll.

  72. Chris Ann says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is dark chocolate fudge!

  73. Donna Porter says:

    My favorite holiday memory is standing on a stool as a child and helping my grandma make cookies, cakes and pies for the holidays. I so miss the good old days and my grandma who helped raise me.

  74. Megan Wilson says:

    My favorite memory is My Dad dressing up as Santa!

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