"Pleasant Hill Grain is a five star company with five star people. We will be sure to stay with your company for re-orders and we will be highly recommending you to others!"
— Sean Gerych, WV
- Exceptional bowl access
- Superior kneading action
- Strong 800 watt motor
- High-torque transmission
- Stable weight distribution
- Easy-handling design
- Stainless locking bowl
- Wide range of quality accessories
- German quality
- Mixer base
- 6.5 qt. stainless mixing bowl
- Splash ring
- Bowl lid
- DoughMaster dough hook
- Whip drive
- French whips
- Dough hook extender
- Homemade Matters Recipe booklet
Bosch Universal Plus Mixer with Stainless Bowl
This mixer is identical to the standard Bosch Universal Plus Mixer, except that it has a stainless steel bowl and does not include the standard plastic bowl. Please see our main Bosch Universal Plus mixer page for full description of the mixer.
When ordered with the stainless bowl, the mixer includes all items that come when the mixer is ordered with the plastic bowl (except for the plastic bowl).
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“I have had a Kitchen Aid for years and dreamed of having the Bosch for making bread. Just as I dreamed, it is amazing and I absolutely love it… Would highly recommend this mixer!”
– Debra W., FL
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|Product Weight||12-3/4 lb.|
|Bowl Material||Stainless steel|
|Speeds||4 + pulse|
|Warranty Length||3 years motor / 1 year parts|
We stock this product in our Nebraska warehouse. Most of our shipments are by FedEx Ground or Home Delivery and you should receive your order in four business days or less from ship-out. Click here for more information about shipping.
By Jeffrey J. in WA on 1/23/2017 - Verified Buyer1/20/17: I've had a Kitchenaid mixer for maybe 20 years, and three or four years ago bought a second one because the first was too small for the size of batches we wanted to do as our family has grown from two people to nine. We made four loaves of bread at least once a week for a couple of years, and finally a gear in the newer six and a half qt. Kitchen Aid went out. I replaced it, and a couple weeks later it went out again. I suspect that maybe the gear it meshed with should have been replaced as well, but at the time it didn't look like there was any wear, we were half way through our holiday baking, and I didn't want to wait until I could get all the parts again and do the work, and I had been lusting after the Bosch for some time after watching their videos. We finally bit the bullet and bought it. It was a big chunk of change from our perspective, but it was well worth the money. We've made pizza dough, bread, Nisua, a Finnish sweet bread, and more pizza dough. The Bosch just laughed in the face of these tasks. We'll have to find a more worthy challenge. This machine is a BEAST in the kitchen, in a good way. Recommended.
UPDATE 4/24/17: We are still quite happy with this mixer. We have not been making as much bread with this as we have in the past, mostly just due to less freezer space and less time available. But we do make a triple batch of pizza dough pretty much every single week, and the Bosch just breezes through it... we are at out character limit: (84 out of 84 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Wayne R. in CA on 9/17/2016 - Verified BuyerI have only had this for a short time, but I have already made bread, biscotti and a cake with it, I am very happy with its power and versatility. It was very easy to clean, a little loud but I guess you can't have power without noise, not so loud it scared my cats though so that is good, or maybe not it would be good to get them out of the kitchen when cooking. I had always considered a Kitchen Aid, but then I kept reading that the newer ones aren't powerful and break down in a very short time, so for now I could not be happier, well I would have been happier if someone gave it to me and I did not have to pay. In any event well worth the money and now another biscotti. Well it is a few months later and just used it for all my Xmas baking, as a matter of fact just 20 minutes ago and I am still very happy with it. Thanks34 out of 34 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By G C. in TX on 4/13/2016 - Verified BuyerWe were concerned when comparing our old Bosch (lots of metal, SS bowls, etc) that we would not be as happy with the new, lighter Bosch. Boy, were we wrong - we love our new Bosch. Makes great bread, whips stiff cream very fast and with less noise. Cleans up quickly and easily. Made a very good decision.31 out of 31 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Jack L on 4/12/2016The Bosch Universal Plus is incredible. I purchased it to make large batches of bread. And as a bread mixer, it has no peer at this price point. It easily handles 8-10 pounds of bread dough, I do it all the time. Its heavy duty motor and low gears offers the torque to knead incredible amounts of dough. I regularly mix the six loaf recipe available through Pleasant Hill. You don't have to measure the flour. Just follow the instructions, add flour until the dough cleans the side of the bowl, and the dough will turn out perfect. The kneading action of the Bosch is excellent, resulting in perfect bread every time. The new Hook Extender significantly improves performance, large batch or small.
The surprise was how well the Bosch works with small batches. I read that it was great for large batches but less than perfect with small batches. This just is not true. It will mix and knead a small batch of bread, cookies, or whatever with no issues. But it does work better with the Hook Extender as it prevents the dough from collecting on the center column.
It is also incredible for small or very large batches of cookie dough. Whether you bake for home, church, bake sales, charity, you just cannot beat this mixer.
I also purchased the Nutrimill from Pleasant Hill and love it. I buy whole wheat from the local LDS storehouse.
You just can't beat this mixer. Whether it is 8 lbs of Challah or whole wheat, cookies, it does it all!
Buy from Pleasant Hill Grain, they're great!26 out of 26 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Southerncatholicmom on 8/19/2016 - Verified BuyerI had a Sears brand Kitchen Aid mixer for 15+ years. It was never great. I have wanted this mixer for over 10 years. Finally my husband bought it for my birthday! It's all that I hoped for. I've made my sourdough bread and it turned out so much better than using just my hands for kneading (I'm impatient). I used the whisks for cutting in butter for pie crusts. Then changed to dough hook for mixing with liquid for pie crusts. There is no leftover at the bottom of the bowl. That was one of the problems with KA mixer. I look forward to other attachments and more food prepared with my Bosch!23 out of 23 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By AnnShannon in ID on 3/11/2016 - Verified BuyerLove the new mixer. I can make bread and rolls in 1/2 the time. I was also very happy with the response and shipping time from Pleasant Hill Grain.23 out of 23 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Karol H. in MO on 2/13/2016 - Verified BuyerI've tried many mixers, and the Bosch Universal Plus is the absolute best!!! My first try at mixing was a large batch of French Bread. The recipe was easy and it was great to have the convenience of being able to add the ingredients while the mixer was slowly mixing everything together. The dough turned out the perfect consistency on the first try. After the dough was raised I formed the baguettes and let raise again. The bread was wonderful and so was the machine!
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By Dargan G. in SC on 4/13/2016 - Verified BuyerI have been using the Bosch Kitchen machine for over 15 years. When my old one finally died after much use (and abuse!), of course I ordered the new Universal Plus. Our family uses it to make batches of 4 loaves of whole grain bread at one time and mix cake and cookie batters. I invested in an extra blender so we would always have a clean one because we make smoothies constantly with frozen fruit and it does a wonderful job! I also use the chopper/slicer attachment for chopping veggies and making french fries. My husband is a hunter and we use the meat grinder attachment to process our venison every fall. My kitchen can't function without this machine!21 out of 21 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Sharon C. in ND on 10/21/2016 - Verified BuyerI received a Bosch Universal for my 40th birthday. I am now 67 years old and my Bosch finally bit the dirt. That is 27 years of making our own bread and a lot of other daily uses. I have now purchased my 2nd Bosch Universal. The new Bosch Universal Plus mixer. All of the attachments which I had purchased over the years work with the new mixer. How much greater can it get!15 out of 15 people found this review helpful. Did you?
By Kristin S. in NH on 3/28/2016 - Verified BuyerI've been debating about purchasing a mixer that's capable of handling bread making kneading/mixing as well as handling multiple cookie/cake/brownie baking adventures. I considered the other mixers on the market, but after doing some detailed research, this mixer kept popping up and always with wonderful reviews. After reading about the attachments available and the speed with which other bakers were making product and then reading more independent reviews, I bit the bullet and bought it. I am SO PLEASED I took the time to research mixers and found this! The attachments are easy to use, it works just as described (I even got my non-baking husband to use it to make cookies a few weeks ago! ) and Pleasant Hill Grain was just a pleasure to do business with. After I placed my online order, a representative called to ensure I had what I needed. Great customer support.13 out of 13 people found this review helpful. Did you?
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