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KitchenAid Spiralizer Only $62.43 Shipped (Regularly $130) – Great Reviews

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Do you own a KitchenAid Stand Mixer? 

Hop on over to Amazon or Walmart.com where you can score this KitchenAid Spiralizer for just $62.43 shipped (regularly $129.99) – lowest price!

This spiralizer peels, cores and slices and fits all KitchenAid stand mixers. Comes with 4 additional attachments to make cutting and slicing a breeze!

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Comments 13

  1. Jennlk84

    This has been on my wishlist for a long time. Best price I’ve seen!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Yay! Happy to hear that! 🙂

  2. Rm

    Almost bought an apple slice and corer only for 18 bucks this is a way better deal I think 🤔 Thanks for posting, can’t wait to get it so I can put it to use!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome!

  3. Stacie Frost

    Any great recipes to go along with this anyone?! I’m anxious to get one and try it out, but don’t know exactly if I’d use it enough. :o)

    • Amanda

      Mu husband is a diabetic and I have an Inspiralizer. I use it a lot (its the best manual in my opinion!), but I ordered this because it will be faster, save me time, and patience, lol. As far as recipes, since my husband is diabetic, we make zoodles all the time in place of pasta. I have replaced it in spaghetti all the way to using it with a shrimp scampi!

  4. Wendy

    My kitchen Aid is pretty old. Does anyone know if it will work on it? Thanks

    • Amanda

      I have always heard that no matter how old or new that their attachments will always work. Its like a guarantee they have. Since you invested in them they want to be sure that you dont have to keep buying attachments.

    • John

      Yes, this attachment will work on any Kitchen Aid mixer.

  5. Kim

    How good does it really work on potato peeling? Reviews are eh for that specific item.

    • Amanda

      I watched A LOT of youtube videos. Seems it works fairly well especially if its a more uniformly shaped potato. If its kind of odd shaped then ot may leave a few spots, but you could trim those parts off quickly of all you are doing is peeling. It would still save you a lot of time standing over the trash peeling them all yourself. If you spiralize and peel you may have some peel still left, but not much from what I have seen. I would just watch some youtube videos and see if what you see satisfies you 🙂

  6. Chelsey

    I scored one of these off of google express for my mom for christmas for $37 shipped from costco. And didn’t realize it was such a good deal until I went back to snag another and they were gone!! 🙁

    • Jill

      I picked mine up from Costco for $29 bucks in store last week. What a steal!

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