Chefmate Hand Mixer Review Review by Renell Pacrin
When I stayed full-time at Mima’s Homey, I self-studied baking oatmeal cookies and cakes. Reading cook books, making trial and error, experimenting, until such time I got the hang of it. From then on, my daughter’s packed snacks during her preparatory and primary years in elementary, are all homemade. She have favorites and she bakes them by herself. She also innovates different mixtures of ingredients. My homemade cakes and cookies are fruit- and vegetable-loaded. All ingredients are natural. They do not have artificial colors and flavors. I am not fond of cakes fully-covered with icing. At the most, I make light frosting made of milk, cocoa powder, and cream cheese.
To be able to have a formal training, I took a short course in bread and pastry production. It is where I have learned many things about baking. My Chefmate hand mixer is my bake mate from the beginning of my self-study, during my baking class, until I went back to my previous profession. We have been together for eleven long years and produced sumptuous cakes, pastries, and cookies. My hand mixer’s performance is highly commendable, it is durable, easy to use and clean. One of the most tiresome (for me and my hand mixer) baking procedure is making meringue. This is the baking moment when I wished to have a heavy duty stand mixer.
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My Chefmate hand mixer made a long way and produced tons of oatmeal cookies. Some of my friends ordered oatmeal cookies for their Christmas give away gifts. I and my bake mate had to bake continuously for many days to be able to meet pick-up due dates. The bestseller is fruit and nuts flavor – a combination of either pistachio, walnuts, almonds, cherries, blueberries, plum, apple, pear, peaches, apricots with a little sprinkle of white or chocolate chips. While with cakes, I use fresh fruits in season as toppers, and fresh vegetables (pumpkin and carrots), as well as bananas, pineapple, and mango as main ingredients.
During my short course, I always bring my hand mixer because baking equipment in our laboratory is not enough for all the students. I have to lend my bake mate to some of my classmates who does not have their own mixer. There are times when my mixer were passed on and on and I can not get hold of it anymore. It made my hand mixer to have an impressive toughness test! After finishing my module, I spent much more time with my bake mate making different kinds of cakes and pastries. I really love to bake, the aroma coming from the oven when baking bread, cakes, and pastries makes me deliciously feel good and happy.
Have a Chefmate hand mixer if you’d like to have a great baking experience with its tried and tested durability and outstanding performance. Enjoy creating aromatic and healthy homemade cakes and pastries which are economical compared to commercially baked goodies.Renell Pacrin, Mima’s Homey
About the Author:
Renell A. Dela Cruz – Pacrin is a development worker (support staff) for seventeen years who loves to cook and bake. She earned a degree in Secretarial Administration and passed the NC II (National Certificate) in Bread and Pastry Production. During her free time, she bakes cookies, cakes, and pastries, mostly for her lovely daughter’s packed snacks, family occasions, and sometimes made to order. Currently self-employed, she focuses more on her spouse’ van rental business, home duties, exploring handicrafts, and taking care of the homey.
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