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Andrew James Stand Mixer

This Large Capacity 5.5L Mixer Makes Light Work of Any Baking Task
SKU: AJ001366
  • £71.24
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  • Powerful 800W 5.5L Stand Food Mixer 
  • 6 Speed Settings for Full Mixing Control 
  • Large Capacity Bowl with Locking Mechanism
  • Includes 4 Attachments and Splash Guard 
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Speed through all types of baking tasks such as kneading, beating, and whisking with the Andrew James 5.5 Stand Mixer. Featuring a powerful 800W motor, this handy machine makes blending ingredients a breeze compared to mixing with a handheld device. Revolutionise how you approach your baking. 

The 4 attachments that are included can tackle any baking task. The flexible beater with a silicone edging can be used for most tasks, and we have also included a stainless steel beater, dough hook, and balloon whisk. 

What Can I Use the Flexible Silicone Beater for?
Scrape every drop of batter from the sides with this attachment. This particular attachment is perfect for thorough mixing of cake and biscuit batter, buttercream and frosting, and pastry. 

What about the Stainless Steel Beater?
With the stainless steel beater, you can tackle crepe or sponge mixtures that are heavy but not so heavy that you need the dough hook. 

The Dough Hook?
This one is ideal for tackling heavy mixtures such as bread or shortcrust pastry. Select this attachment when you fancy making delicious pizza for the perfect night in. 

And the Balloon Whisk? 
Along with churning butter, the balloon whisk works very well for particularly light mixtures such as cream, egg whites, and blancmange. You can also fold ingredients into your mixture easily as well as for short bursts to avoid overprocessing. 

What Can I Make in My Stand Mixer?
A variety of cakes, Yorkshire puddings, batter for fried fish, pizza dough, brownies, sauces, doughnuts.  You can also make noodles using both the [dough hook attachment] and also our meat grinder

Any Tips?
We recommend mixing in your dry ingredients together first with a spatula so there is minimal dust when you turn on your stand mixer. Also, make sure that the bowl clicks in place as well as the mixer head when you pull it down. 

Using Your Stand Mixer 
To lift the mixer head, gently depress the mixer head and at the same time, depress the head lock button. The mixer will then rise to the upper locked position. To lower the head, depress the head lock button and gently push the head down to the lower locked position. 

The mixing bowl can be removed by rotating anti-clockwise and lifting it from the base. To fit the bowl securely, locate it on the base and rotate clockwise to lock into position.

Fit the attachments included by aligning the motor drive pins with the attachment, push upwards to compress the spring, and rotate clockwise until it locks firmly. To remove, push up to compress the spring and rotate anti-clockwise. 

Product Details
Product Dimensions387 x 238 x 319mm (L x W x H)
Product Weight4.9KG
Dishwasher SafeNo
BPA FreeYes
Capacity5.5 Litres
Primary MaterialABS Housing
Box ContainsStand Mixer, Balloon Whisk, Stainless Steel Beater, Flexible Silicone Beater, Dough Hook, Spatula, Manual
Product FAQs
Is It Suitable for Bread Dough?

Yes. Use the dough hook attachment included with your Andrew James Stand Mixer to tackle heavy mixtures such as bread and shortcrust pastry.

What is the Silicone Beater for?

Buttercream, frosting, cake and biscuit batter, and pastry.

What Attachments are Included?

Balloon whisk, stainless steel beater, flexible silicone beater, dough hook. An Andrew James spatula is also included for your convenience.

Can I Make Pastry?

Yes - use the dough hook attachment for the best results and bake tasty shortcrust and phyllo pastry. The only pastry you cannot make in the Stand Mixer is flaky or puff pastry as these types are too delicate - these should be made by hand.

Is this Stand Mixer Dishwasher Safe?

The mixing bowl is dishwasher safe however the rest of the stand mixer is not. The accessories should only be cleaned in warm water water and washing-up liquid. Wipe the exterior with a clean damp cloth.

Different Uses for Attachments:

SpeedAttachmentType of Mixture
1-3Dough HookHeavy Mixtures (e.g Bread or Shortcrust Pastry)
1-4BeaterMedium-heavy mixtures (e.g. crepes or sponge mixture)
1-4Flexi BeaterScrapes the sides and bottom of the bowl for exceptionally thorough mixing of cake and biscuit batter, pastry, and frosting.
5-6WhiskLight mixtures (e.g. cream, egg white, blanc-mange)
PulseBeater/Flexi BeaterFor folding ingredients into the mixture or for short bursts to avoid overprocessing.

Discover more about how to use your Andrew James Stand Mixer here. Our blog also features our top 10 tips for baking with your little ones as well as a post that may help you to choose between either a stand mixer or a hand mixer.

A Simple yet Delicious Cake Recipe


  • 100g Margarine
  • 100g Caster Sugar
  • 2 Medium Eggs
  • 100g Self-Raising Flour 
  • 100g Icing Sugar 
  • A Few Tbsp. of Cold Water 

Attachment: Flexi Beater 


  1. Pre-heat the oven at 180oC/Gas Mark 4 and grease a cake tin with margarine and sugar so the cake can easily come out once it is cooked.
  2. For the best results, use the flexi beater for mixing cakes. 
  3. Tip the margarine and the sugar into the mixing bowl and select setting 1 for 20 seconds, then setting 2 for 30 seconds, and then setting 3 for 20 seconds. Your mix should be light and fluffy, however if it hasn’t reached that stage, then select setting 3 for a further 30 seconds. 
  4. After the margarine and sugar is creamed together, select setting 2 for 30 seconds - adding 1 egg and a small quantity of flour. Then, add the second egg, select setting 3 for 30 seconds, and add the remaining flour to the mix. Select setting 3 for 20 seconds. Select setting 6 for 10 seconds to make the mixture airy and smooth.
  5. Scrape the cake mix out of the mixing bowl into a cake tin using the Andrew James spatula that is included and place it into the oven for 20-22 on 180oC. 
  6. Once baked, take the cake out of the oven and place it on a cooling rack. Remember to allow plenty of time to cool. 
  7. When the cake has completely cooled, add the icing sugar with a tablespoon of cold water to a bowl and mix it quickly to prevent any lumps. Slowly add water and stir quickly until it reaches a soft and runny consistency. 

Easy Meringue 


  • 6 Egg Whites
  • ½ Tsp. Vanilla Extract
  • 170g Caster Sugar
  • 170g Icing Sugar 
  • Small Amount of Margarine to Base the Baking Tray or Baking Paper 

To Serve:

  • 300ml Double Cream
  • Mixed Summer Fruits and Berries 

Attachment: Balloon Whisk


  1. Pre-heat the oven to 110oC/Gas Mark ¼. 
  2. Line the baking tray with greaseproof paper so that the meringue comes off easily once it is cooked. Spread the caster sugar around the baking tray and pop it into the oven for 5 to 10 minutes for 150oC. You can follow the instructions below while the sugar is heating up. Make sure to take the tray out of the oven before the sugar goes golden.
  3. Separate the egg whites and yolks.
  4. For the best results, use the balloon whisk for beating your egg whites. Place them into the bowl and select setting 2 for 20 seconds, then setting 3 for 30 seconds, adding the vanilla extract. Take your melted sugar from the oven and blend into the mixture using the instructions below. This will help to achieve the glossy mixture. 
  5. Select setting 4 for 30 seconds, adding another small amount of sugar. Select setting 6 for a couple of minutes, adding the caster sugar and then the icing sugar gradually, a tablespoon at a time, until all the sugar is used. The results should be a glossy, stiff meringue texture.
  6. Using the Andrew James spatula, place the mixture into the baking tray either in 1 large round portion or into small individual meringues. 
  7. Bake for about 1 hour, 30 minutes until the meringues are golden and crisp. The cooking time may vary depending on your oven.
  8. After cooking, take the meringues out of the oven and off the baking tray, allowing them to cool on a cooling rack until they are at room temperature.
  9. When the meringue is at room temperature, divide it into portions and serve with double cream, mixed fruits, and berries. 

White Bread Loaf


  • 500g Strong White Bread Flour 
  • 1 Tsp. Salt
  • 1 Tbsp. Sugar
  • 1 ½ Tsp. Yeast 
  • 300ml Tepid Water
  • 2 Tbsp. Olive Oil 

Attachment: Dough Hook


  1. For the best results, use the dough blade for making bread and any type of mixture that requires kneading. 
  2. Tip all the ingredients into the mixing bowl and select setting 1 for 2 seconds, and then setting 2 for 20 seconds. Select setting 3 for 3 minutes.
  3. Make sure it is kneading (punching the dough) at this stage. If the mix is too wet, just add more flour and mix until it is smooth and does not stick on your hands. If the mix is too dry and not sticking together, then add more water.
  4. Place in a bowl and leave to rest in a warm place for about 1 hour with a clean kitchen towel covering it. 
  5. After 1 hour, the bread should have doubled in size. Knock back the dough by tipping it back onto a floured surface and push the air out for a couple of minutes with your hands. 
  6. Make it into a loaf shape and place in a loaf tin. Leave to rest for a further 30 minutes.
  7. Preheat the oven to 190oC/Gas Mark 5.
  8. Put the loaf tin into the pre-heated oven for 45 minutes, until the bread is golden and sounds hollow when it is removed from the loaf tin. Always use oven gloves when removing anything hot from the oven.
  9. Leave the bread on a cooling rack to cool completely. 

Note: Please use the metal mixer blade for larger quantities and heavy mixtures. 

Mix or Knead Dough

Attachment: Dough Hook


  1. Use a flour to water ratio of 5:3. 
  2. Mix on speed 1 for 20 seconds and speed 2 for 20 seconds before continuing on speed 3 for 3 minutes.
  3. When filling the mixing bowl, please ensure that the maximum quantity is not exceeded. 
  4. Maximum quantity of mixture of 2KG. 

Whip Egg Whites or Cream

Attachment: Balloon Whisk


  1. Switch on the machine to speed 4-6, whip the egg whites for 4 minutes without stopping (according to the amount of eggs used) and whisk until the mixture is stiff. 
  2. For whipping cream, whip 250ml of fresh cream at speed 4 to 6 for about 4 minutes.
  3. When filling the mixing bowl with fresh milk, cream, or other ingredients, please ensure that the maximum quantity is not exceeded. 

Making Cakes or Pastries 

Attachment: Beater Blade or Flexi Beater 

Note: For all sticky mixes such as cake mix that has a tendency to stick to the side of the mixing bowl, use the flexi beater that is included to counteract this. 

Showing 2 of our total 107 reviews, with an average rating of 5 stars. Read all 107 reviews for Andrew James Stand Mixer.
Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 107 ratings.
June 5, 2019 | Kumokou Pamela
Stand Mixer

Very good mixer ,buy it if you want a durable mixer .it does the work perfectly

May 10, 2019 | Awa Jagne
Stand Mixer

I love this mixer, the price is great and does the same job as the more expensive ones.