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Aldi is selling a £50 dupe of the £550 KitchenAid… and it’s perfect for Bake Off season |

Aldi is selling a £50 dupe of the £550 KitchenAid… and it’s perfect for Bake Off season

EVERY Great British Bake Off fan worth their salt (or sugar) will know that all the contestants rely on their trusty KitchenAid mixers to speed things up during tense challenges.

When it comes to whizzing up a showstopper or nailing that tricky technical, this trendy appliance provides us with ALL the kitchen inspiration… but they’ll easily set you back a few hundred pounds.

Aldi has come to the rescue of our bank balances with their convincing KitchenAid dupe
  • Ambiano Classic Stand Mixer, £49.99 from Aldi – buy now

But luckily for diehard Bake Off fans who don’t have £550 to spare, Aldi has launched a seriously convincing dupe of the classic cherry red appliance.

With three interchangeable whisks, eight speed settings and an identical detachable steel bowl, the baking possibilities are endless with this £50 Aldi bargain.

Whether you’re whisking a meringue or quickly whipping up a cake batter, this bold red shade will also add a pretty pop of colour to your kitchen.

Not to mention the similar detachable steel bowl which, as every experienced baker knows, is a total godsend when you’re strapped for time.

While it may whisk your eggs in hardly any time, this cherry red KitchenAid will set you back £550
  • KitchenAid Artisan 125 Stand Mixer, £550 from Lakeland – buy now

And considering this Aldi offering is a cool £500 less than the KitchenAid original, we think this is a dupe worthy of a Paul Hollywood handshake.

Don’t mind us, we’ll just be whipping up some cupcakes in record time for tomorrow’s night’s episode…

Bake Off contestants rely on the savvy kitchen appliances to race through the tent’s tricky challenges

For even more bargain homeware, Aldi’s £24.99 concrete lamp is a double for the Oliver Bonas light… and it’s £70 cheaper.

Plus Primark’s new Scandi-inspired homeware line is a total dream… and prices start at just £1.50.

And Lidl’s new homeware collection is inspired by high-end rivals… but it’s MUCH cheaper.

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