Tracking down the perfect Christmas gift for each and every loved one (remembering to add to your own mental wish list in tandem) is no easy feat, particularly if you're tasked with hosting the whole crew for a big feast on Christmas Day, too.
That's where the impressive and visually appealing Kenwood Chef XL Titanium comes in. With a roll-call of features longer and more notable than your average stand mixer, it's the ultimate gift for any baker, bread-maker and entertainer this festive season.
Whether whipping up a rich Christmas pudding, quickly slicing and dicing vegetables, crafting smooth truffle mash, shredding some slaw for side salads, making a batch of silky fresh pasta, some savoury soufflés or squeezing fresh OJ for Christmas morning, the Chef XL Titanium enables home cooks to create dishes and drinks to the highest standards.
Crafted with Kenwood's signature innovation, the Chef XL Titanium boasts a powerful 1700W motor, engineered with planetary mix action to maintain speed and power even when at capacity - acing the perfect passionfruit soufflé or berry mille feuille has never been easier.
Speaking of capacity, the 6.7L mixing bowl is not only larger than average but features illumination around the rim (because if you're not baking 'til midnight on Christmas, is it really Christmas?). More good news for summer bakers: the Chef XL Titanium makes light work of strenuous doughs and complex batters thanks to electronic speed control featuring variable speeds, pulse and fold functions.
And because it's Christmas, and at Christmas you spoil people, Kenwood is giving away two free attachments with every Kenwood Chef XL Titanium purchase until December 31 this year.
With more than 20 optional attachments to choose from, including a food processor, frozen dessert maker, rotary slicer/grater, pasta roller, fruit press, juicer and new spiraliser, the hardest part will be narrowing down your decision to just two.
One thing's for sure, the Chef XL Titanium will make an ideal addition to any kitchen this Christmas.
This article is sponsored by Kenwood