KitchenAid Pasta Press Attachment Giveaway – CLOSED

This giveaway is now closed. The winner is Tammy Buck. Congratulations Tammy and thanks to all who participated!

As I was considering some of the products I wanted to share with you for my “2011 holiday gift guide”, one product that kept coming to mind was the KitchenAid Pasta Press Attachment. I wrote earlier this year about how my husband finally bought me one because I had it on my “wish list” for so many years. For some reason, it was one of those things that I really wanted but just would never pull the trigger on buying. Thank goodness he pulled the trigger for me because we have been loving it ever since!

When I gave a KitchenAid pasta press attachment away earlier this year, many of you were like me… you really wanted this attachment, but just hadn’t bought one yet. When it came to want versus need, you put this in the “want” category and went on to buy more practical things. I think it’s time to put the KitchenAid pasta press / extruder attachment onto your “need” list because once you start making fresh, homemade pasta using this attachment, you’ll never want to buy store bought pasta again.

Making homemade pasta is kind of like magic, and with the KitchenAid Pasta Press attachment it’s so easy. You can make large or small macaroni, fusili, rigatoni, bucatini, fusili or spaghetti using just a few ingredients and a small amount of time.

What fun is a holiday gift guide if you aren’t going to share some of the things you love? I’m excited to let you know that KitchenAid is offering one lucky Dine & Dish reader a KitchenAid Pasta Extruder (Press) attachment (ARV $199.00)! (Four of my blogging friends are giving away some amazing KitchenAid items too… check out the links at the bottom of this post!)

To enter to win the KitchenAid Pasta Extruder attachment, simply leave a comment on this post telling me one thing you hope Santa brings you this year. For additional entries do any or all of the following:

  • Tweet the following: ” It’s a #KitchenAidHoliday Enter the #giveaway to win a @KitchenAidUSA Pasta Press Attachment from @DineandDish ” Leave a separate comment on this blog post letting me know you did that.
  • Become a fan of KitchenAid on Facebook. Leave a separate comment on this blog post letting me know you did that.

All entries must be received by midnight on Monday, December 5th 2011. Winner will be chosen via and will be notified via valid email address. Thanks and good luck!

The following friends are participating in the #KitchenAidHoliday giveaway too! Check out these blogs for more chances to win great KitchenAid products!

KitchenAid was kind enough to offer the giveaway product for Dine & Dish readers. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. Jennifer says

    I would love a Kindle reader for Christmas… or a Brother sewing machine… or a KitchenAid 3-Speed Hand Blender!!! Lots on my wishlist this year! :)

  2. Lena says

    I hope Santa brings me. . . a pasta press. I have had one on my list for years, and this year, I am begging for one. I can’t wait to make my own pasta more often without the achy arms and neck. :)

  3. Stephanie says

    I have always wanted to make my own pasta but the cutting takes so much time I have avoided it. I make all my own doughs by hand but I have avoided the pasta. So this would be great. I also don’t have a kitchenAid stand mixer so this would mean I would HAVE to go out and buy one and my husband would have to just smile:) Thanks!!!

  4. Jenna says

    I actually have been telling “Santa” I want the pasta attachment or the ice cream making attachment for my kitchen aid for a few months now. :)

  5. Kristen B says

    I have been wanting a pasta attachment for some time now. The thought of home made pasta just sounds irresistible. I have also Liked KitchenAid on Facebook. Thank you for this giveaway!

  6. Brenda says

    Like you I’ve always wanted one, but have never considered it a ‘need’. I do make alot of pasta for soups…this would be so cool.


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