New kitchenaid mixer bowls

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When picking out a KitchenAid, one of the hardest parts is deciding on a color. There are so many to choose from, and you want one you'll really like — they are an investment, after all.

To make things a little easier, and allow for more mixing and matching, the kitchenware line just launched a new collection of 5-quart ceramic bowls. They fit on all 4.5- and 5-quart tilt-head stand mixers, and come in patterned, solid, and textured styles. Now, you can swap out your stainless steel or glass bowl for something a little prettier, like this floral design.

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If you're not big on color, or already have a bright mixer, there's this chic striped bowl:

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BUY NOW 5-Quart Striped Ceramic Bowl, $110

There's also a textured white bowl, solid black, and the tropical leaf design shown above. All the new bowls are freezer, microwave, dishwasher and oven-safe up to 475°F and are made to resist chipping, cracking and staining. You can find them online now.

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BUY NOW 5-Quart Textured White Ceramic Bowl, $120

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KitchenAid’s New Mixing Bowls Are Damn Trendy and Adorable

KitchenAid’s New Mixing Bowls Are Damn Trendy and Adorable

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A perfect night: At home with a glass of red wine, sweatpants on, whipping up a batch of Nan’s famous homemade chocolate-chip cookies in our baby-blue KitchenAid mixer.

Yep, we love our small appliances a (some would say) ridiculous amount, so we were excited to learn that KitchenAid has just released four new ceramic mixing bowls that are a welcome and artful switch from our regular old stainless steel one.

Just in time for Easter cookies and lamb-shaped cakes, the new five-quart ceramic bowls come in a bohemian tropical frond pattern ($110), black-and-white stripes ($110), blue watercolor floral ($110) and a textured white version ($120). Each bowl fits KitchenAid 4.5- and 5-quart tilt-head stand mixers and are dishwasher, microwave, freezer and oven safe.

Now, back to those choco-chip cookies...

RELATED: These Tiny Floral Le Creusets Are Perfect for Your Grown-Up Easter Baskets

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KitchenAid Is Releasing 5 New Bowl Designs, So You Can Make Your Stand Mixer Look Even Cuter

KitchenAid is known for their iconic colorful mixers and limited-edition collections—their 100-year-anniversary collection includes a bold “Queen of Hearts” line and a vintage-inspired Misty Blue line, but they’re not stopping there. They just released five new ceramic mixing bowls, so you can switch up the look and feel of your stand mixer without dropping hundreds of dollars.

These bowls are compatible with any of KitchenAid’s 5-quart stand mixers, and would suit any color they sell. Whether you’re looking for something subtle and serene, or sprinkle-covered, they have a bowl to match your tastes.

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According to a press release, here are the newest designs (and their descriptions):

Confetti Sprinkle

“Confetti Sprinkle sparks inspiration for your next baking experience with a burst of confetti.” This playful bowl costs $84.99.

Parasol

“Parasol is inspired by worldly travels. This 3-D faceted bowl combines the traditional Japanese parasol umbrella with Scandinavian floral designs.” It retails for $94.99.

Scandi Floral

“Scandi Floral is a playful pattern with a hand-painted look that is inspired by Scandinavian floral designs.”

$84.99

Whispering Floral

“Whispering Floral is a subtle gray floral graphic applied to a white chocolate bowl, bringing forth feelings of peace and serenity to your kitchen.” It’s available for just $84.99.

White Mermaid Lace

According to the press release, this design is slated to come out in spring or summer of this year. Unfortunately images aren’t currently available, but the description is making us want to see it ASAP: “White Mermaid Lace is a 3D-embossed design inspired by a traditional Japanese fish scale pattern, finished with a reactive glaze that changes the color's intensity to accentuate the pattern.” This ceramic bowl will cost $94.99.

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KitchenAid's Floral Mixer Bowls Are the Perfect Spring Kitchen Accessory

In addition to making baking a breeze, KitchenAid products have made our kitchens more beautiful for 100 years. And now with patterned mixer bowls, this favorite kitchen appliance is prettier than ever. Adorned with charming floral patterns and hand-drawn designs, the ceramic bowls make the ideal spring accessory for your kitchen.

floral stand mixer on counter
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"Our new bowls offer function and versatility," said Nikki Lockett, U.S. Marketing Leader for KitchenAid Small Appliances, in a press release. "With new textures and finishes, makers can continue to seek inspiration in the kitchen by introducing a fresh accessory to their stand mixer, adding their own personal mark."

The 5-quart ceramic bowls range from $84.99 to $94.99. They're microwave-, freezer-, and oven-safe, titanium-reinforced for durability, and our favorite part: you can wash them in the dishwasher. They're even made to be 30% lighter, which is a big win for avid bakers.

Related:Custom-Build the KitchenAid Stand Mixer of Your Dreams with This New Tool

pink stand mixer with floral bowl
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Buy It: 4.8 Liter White Gardenia Ceramic Bowl, $84.99, KitchenAid

One of our favorite designs for spring is the White Gardenia bowl, which looks particularly beautiful with the Matte Dried Rose 5-quart stand mixer. Set against a light blue background, the multi-colored floral design looks hand-painted and is the perfect way to kick off spring in your kitchen. The Tropical Floral Patterned mixer bowl features a similar nature-inspired motif with leafy designs in vibrant greens and blues.

White floral bowl in stand mixer
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Buy It: 5 Quart Whispering Floral Ceramic Bowl, $84.99, KitchenAid

Whispering Floral, shown above, is stamped with a subtle floral graphic. Its subdued color palette makes it perfect to pair with some of those hard-to-match KitchenAid stand mixer colors. Rounding out the springtime lineup is the Ink Watercolor bowl, a white ceramic bowl decorated with a painterly floral design in shades of blue, and the Gold Conifer bowl, which features a tree-inspired pattern to add a subtle shine to your kitchen countertops.

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Buy It: 5 Quart Confetti Sprinkle Ceramic Bowl, $84.99, KitchenAid

Other pretty patterned designs include the Confetti Sprinkle bowl, pictured above, which will make any baking day a celebration, and the White Mermaid Lace bowl, which is 3D-embossed with a fish scale-inspired pattern.

The adorable spring designs make for a fun statement appliance that we're more than happy to leave out on our counter. It's the perfect complement to a freshly spring-cleaned kitchen.

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