Meet your new kitchen icon – at a price you’ll love

Have you always wanted one of those shiny designer stand mixers taking pride of place on your kitchen worktop, but have been put off by the high price? We’re firm believers that you should always invest in quality – in things that are built to last. Which is why we’ve spent a long time developing this high-quality machine to rival the more heftily priced ones you can get from other brands.

We think you’re going to love it. Because you get the head-turning good looks and performance you’ll get from those more expensive machines, but at a price that’s much friendlier to your pocket. Now, we’re not saying it’s cheap – it’s not. But we think it’s a buy once, buy right investment worth making if you’re a keen baker. And like everything you buy from us, it’s covered by our reassuring 3-year guarantee so you’ll know your money’s been well spent. Let’s tell you a bit more about this fantastic mixer.

The Lakeland 6.5 Litre Digital Stand Mixer

Everything about this sleek, black tilt-head stand mixer screams quality. From its robust die-cast aluminium body to its durable stainless bowl, powerful yet quiet 1800 watt copper motor, efficient full metal gear system and built-to-last attachments. But it doesn’t just look and feel the part, it performs brilliantly too, taking on every mixing, whipping, kneading and whisking job you can throw at it, producing perfect results time after time.

Mix it with the best

Just like pricier machines, this impressive stand mixer uses planetary mixing action to make sure every last bit of your dough or cake mix is thoroughly and evenly incorporated and all your stand mixer recipes turn out successfully. So whether you’re batch baking, making a celebration cake, kneading dough for home-made bread or pizza, beating buttercream, whisking egg whites for meringue or making a dip, this beautifully designed and made 10-speed mixer will make the job almost effortless.

Here’s what you get

6.5 litre stainless steel mixing bowl

6.5 litre stainless steel mixing bowl

Large enough to take the biggest batch of mix in its stride. It can knead up to 1.5kg of dough. There’s also a handy bowl cover to keep everything contained and prevent splatters when you’re mixing. And both parts can go in your dishwasher for easy cleaning.

10-speed digital LED rotary control

10-speed digital LED rotary control

With 10 speeds to choose from plus pulse, and a handy timer, from the lowest speed to the highest, you’ll have precision control over whatever you’re mixing, be it a light and airy soufflé or a big batch of cookie dough.

3 easy-to-change twist and lock attachments

Lakeland Stand Mixer Beater


It’s annoying when you have to stop mixing and use a spatula to scrape mixture from the sides of the bowl, isn’t it? With its flexible edges, this hard-working, Teflon-coated beater will make sure every last ingredient is thoroughly mixed. And its talents don’t stop there – you can use it to mash potato and avocado, gently fold ingredients together, make pastry and so much more.

Lakeland Stand Mixer Whisk


There’s nothing flimsy about this durable stainless steel wire whisk. Use it to easily and efficiently whisk egg whites, whip cream, make sauces, cream butter and sugar, and make batters and dips.

Lakeland Stand Mixer Dough hook

Dough hook

You could knead your dough by hand or you can let this specially designed, Teflon-coated dough hook do all the hard work for you. Sturdy enough to take on big batches of dough for bread, cookies, pasta and pizza, it’ll get the job done quickly and you’ll avoid the arm ache

What will you make first?

You can’t go wrong with a classic sponge, and our simple recipe is a great way to start to put your new mixer through its paces.

Best-Ever Sponge Cake

A cake with a delicious secret – wonderful served with fresh raspberries.

Preparation time 25 minutes. Baking Time 20-25 minutes.

Sponge Cake

Can be made in our 20cm Loose-Based Round Sandwich Tins


  • 170g (6oz) caster sugar
  • 170g (6oz) unsalted butter
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 170g (6oz) self-raising flour
  • 400g fresh raspberries
  • 300ml double cream
  • 1 tbsp icing sugar


  1. Preheat oven to 180°C (for fan assisted ovens, adjust accordingly). Line the centre of each 20cm tin’s base with greaseproof paper (Baking Parchment Circles are perfect). Grease the remainder of the bases and the pan sides well.
  2. Cream the butter and sugar together with an electric mixer until the mixture is light and fluffy. Add the eggs, one at a time, and beat well to combine before adding the next. Then add 1 tsp of Vanilla Extract and mix well.
  3. Sift the flour and gently fold into the mixture, ensuring all ingredients are combined.
  4. Spoon the cake mix into your prepared cake pans and bake in the oven for around 20-25 minutes. Allow to stand for 10 minutes and then turn out onto wire racks covered with baking parchment.
  5. Once cooled, place one sponge on a serving plate. Whip the cream until thick, generously spread over the sponge, then generously top with fresh raspberries.
  6. Flip the second sponge over onto the filled half and gently but firmly press together. Dust the top with icing sugar, pipe on some cream swirls and top with the remaining raspberries.

Are stand mixers worth it?

If you bake and cook a lot, then the short answer is yes. They are a kitchen workhorse that has so many uses, and that’s why you should always choose quality. It’s like having an extra pair of hands in your kitchen, and much more efficient at combining ingredients than you could ever be. Set to be your best friend at prep time, The Lakeland 6.5 Litre Digital Stand Mixer will stand you in good stead for many years of reliable, successful mixing.