So the fact is that many of us drool over Breville’s products and the Holiday season is the perfect time of year to kit out our kitchens!! This is your permission to stop eyeing these beautiful pieces and go ahead and treat yourself or someone on your list!
Founded in 1932 in Sydney, Australia Breville has grown to become an iconic Australian brand and now delivers kitchen products to over 30 countries around the globe. Breville designs and engineers small kitchen countertop appliances to deliver commercial quality performance that look great and are easy to use. Breville is passionate about listening to what obstacles the home chef encounters and creating a simple solution. Breville’s Mission is to design the best kitchen tools in the world. Additional information can be found at www.breville.ca.
We had quite a bit of trouble selecting just a few Breville items for our gift guide; from ice cream makers to espresso machines there are so many beauties to choose from!
Breville Smart Oven™ Pro
The World’s Most Awarded Oven Now Comes With Slow Cook and interior light
Tenderise and develop complex flavours with even convection heating from above and below using the Slow Cook settings from 4 to 10 hours and Keep Warm will automatically turn on after cooking is complete so it’s ready to serve when you are.
This is the first compact oven with Element IQ™, the technology that controls heating elements to suit whatever you are cooking. Simply select your cooking program and adjust to taste and this smart appliance will deliver the right power at just the right time to each of its 5 elements. The 0.8 cu. ft. Breville Smart Oven™ also suggests the use of convection and makes adjustments for fresh or frozen ingredients.
Some foods need perfectly even heat. Others need a little more above and below. It does the thinking for you.
Breville Scraper Mixer Pro
Picture a world of baking that doesn’t include sticky bowls and spattered batter. What’s left? Baking nirvana. With a singular focus on mixing essentials, the Breville Scraper Mixer Pro draws a straight line from your imagination to your taste buds. It’s built for baking.
Scraper Beater’s flexible edge scrapes the sides & bottom of the Stainless Steel bowl clean. Pouring Shield minimizes spattering when mixing and adding ingredients. Smooth sounding 550 watt motor features load sensing Motor Protection Sensors that detect heavy mixtures and maintain precision speed.
Breville Handy Mix Scraper
The Breville Handy Mix Scraper™ with Beater IQ™ knows which beaters you’re using and automatically adjusts the ratio to suit what you’re mixing.
Breville Café Venezia Espresso Machine
Feature Packed in a Compact Design
Café Venezia Espresso Machine offers temperature control through its auto purge feature and provides the appropriate pressure through its 15 bar Italian pump, all in a compact stainless steel design. But more than that, you’ll find dual wall filters to assist in the creation of a thicker, richer crema.
The rest is up to you. Simply add freshly ground beans and start practicing those barista skills.
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ENTER TO WIN A BREVILLE HANDY MIX SCRAPER – 2 WINNERS!
We are so lucky! We have 2…yes 2 Breville Handy Mix Scrapers to giveaway to 2 lucky Canadian readers!! This giveaway is open to residents of Canada 18+, excluding Quebec residents.
Entry is simple, just fill in the form below. All entries will be verified, this contest ends on December 10th, 2015. The winner will have 48 hours to respond.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own.
I would make butter tart filling with it and create some Christmas goodies.
Anne Taylor says
I’d make up a batch of gingerbread from my grandmother’s recipe!
Linda Crawford says
I’d make REAL whipped cream to top my coconut cream pies!
Andrea W. says
I’d make up some brownies!
I would make cheesecake
I’d use a Breville Handy Mix Scraper to make some lovely whipped shortbread.
Lee-Ann S says
Meringues because I can never get them right.
Tracey Flattes says
I would use it to make whipped cream for my trifle!!!
Tamara V. says
I would make a banana chocolate cake with fondant icing!
I would make pumpkin pie filling and whipped cream
lori b says
chocolate 2 bite brownies.
Ann Kieswetter says
I would use the Handy Mix Scraper to make many holiday desserts such as my cherry cheesecake.
Melinda L. says
my hazelnut flourless cake
angela m says
I would make carrot cake
Brenda Penton says
I’d make gingerbread cheesecake.
Mark V says
Id try to recreate a white chocolate raspberry cheesecake.
I would use it to make mashed potatoes..we like our potatoes whipped!
Kim F says
Mmmmm….Icing. Definitely icing.
kathy downey says
I would make Marshmelloe squares with the Handy Mix Scraper if i win
Treen Goodwin says
I would make snickerdoodle cookies yummy , thanks for the chance :)
I would make blueberry cheesecake
Elaine G says
I’d make some chocolate chip cookies
Brenda Lacourciere says
I will show the kids how butter is made from fresh cream.
I would make banana cake
Vesper Meikle says
I would start with making a cheesecake – certainly help with the mixing
Brenda Haines says
I would start with cranberry orange bread. Thanks for the chance!
Belinda McNabb says
I would make a cheesecake first
jessica eapen says
I’d make waffles!
heather sibley says
I would make a chocolate cheesecake
Victoria Ess says
I’d make a cheesecake
Elizabeth Matthiesen says
I’d probably make a caramel cheesecake first, with whipped cream naturally :-)
I would make a cheesecake.
I would probably make a red velvet cake first
Carol M says
Lynda Cook says
I would use it to whip up egg whites to make baked egg clouds!!
A banana bread and muffins.
andrea amy says
I would use it to make pudding and whipped cream!
Kris L says
I would make some great garlic mashed potatoes
Chandra O'Connor says
Dee Schwark says
The first thing I would make would be creamed cheese swirled banana bread :)
Debbie Bashford says
would have to try those Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake Bars!
I would bake some chocolate chip cookies
Sara Rai says
I’d make meringues.
Carol Denny says
Cream cheese frosting for my carrot cake.
I would make a yummy chocolate cake.
I think that some cakes, pies and tarts will be made when I win one of these beauties.
Banana chocolate chip muffins
Wendy Wagar says
I’d whip up lots more Chritmas cookies, bars and quick breads to feed my children & grandchildren over the Christmas holidays!
Irene Eichler says
I need to do some Christmas Baking … I would use it to make shortbread cookies !
Erinn Lishman says
I needed this last night when I made homemade mint chocolate chip cookies! So that would have to be what I make first!
Denise E says
Sugar cookies with my 4 kids
Pat Drouillard says
donna snugglebuns dufresne says
definitely my famous banana nut loaf
Theresa Jones says
I would whip up some buttery shortbread cookies
phyllis cadwell says
I would make whipped cream to serve with my holiday desserts
I would mix up some delicious puddings from scratch to make parfaits!
I would make waffles, our traditional Xmas breakfast!
Carina Vause says
I would make a double batch of kitchen sink cookies. Fingers crossed. Wish me luck
i would like to make meringues
Sylvia Lee says
kristen visser says
I would make Christmas cupcakes!
Kari P says
I would make whipped cream and cookies! (and your whipped shortbread recipe! yum!)
robyn donnelly says
I would make cake batters and desserts for the holidays ahead.
Viv Sluys says
I would use it to mash my potatoes and to make cakes.
Judy Cowan says
I would make a jelly roll with it! Oh and maybe some whipped cream to go with it!
Georgina Robb says
Your raspberry cheesecake bars you show… they look great.
Maureen Anderson says
I would make some Scottish Shortbread
Every comment made me want to make something different but I’d probably make a lemon poppyseed torte that has so much mixing attached to it!
Esther Abel says
I would use it the make my sweet potato pie as I have just done today Yum
Erin K says
Cupcakes for the holiday pageant at my childs school, they’re working so hard.
Barb W says
I’d probably make a batch of chocolate chip cookies!
Gloria Roy says
I would creat many things, lemon squares, my secret butterscotch chocolate chip cookies, whipped cream for everything then I would wip up some potatoes for dinner. Yummy Thank you for this opportunity to win :)
Love this website! Life is about making the most out of every day
Julie F says
I would make some Christmas Cookies
Becky Best says
I would use it to make Christmas cookies and miniature cheese cakes! :)
Catherine R. says
I would make Whipped Shortbread cookies for Christmas.
my daughters favorite…whipped shortbread… yummy
Moe Bwell says
Carrot Cake and cream cheese topping, thanks.
Linda L says
Would make a homemade Chocolate Cake!!! Yum!!
jennifer capin says
Sharon Painter says
Famous family recipe of Shortbreads
Vivian D. says
I would make a nice cream cheese frosting for my cake.
I would make gingerbread cookies
I would make all our Christmas cookies!
Vicki Ho says
tasha may says
I would make a whole bunch of different flavoured cookies to start off!
SUMMER PLEWES says
Red velvet cake!
Brownies or something with chocolate lol..
Krista M says
I would use the Breville mixer to whip up Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes for our Christmas dinner side-dish.
Reid G says
I’d make maple coconut cupcakes with maple icing.
I would make some cake!
Jenness M says
Id make some whipped shortbread.
Stacy Scott says
I would Love to make some Blueberry Cheesecake Yum Yum!
Karla Sceviour says
I`d bake a chocolate cake!
Anna Given says
Ashleigh Swerdfeger says
I love to bak so lots of things :) Cake, mousse, bread, cookies lol.
Peanut Butter Cheesecake for sure
Wendy hutton says
I would make a cheese cake
I would make meringue.
Great giveaway thanks!
margaux retrophiliac says
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Sandra F says
I would make shortbread cookies.
Juliee Fitze says
I would make a raspberry cream cheese squares.
Sherry K says
I am going to start the Christmas baking – meringues first.
Doreen Lamoureux says
iT WOULD BE PUMPKIN BREAD.
JACKIE PHIPPS says
I would make a dream whip cherry cheesecake
Michelle Elizondo says
I would make bread!!
Silvia D says
flavoured whip cream for in my cream puffs
Caryn Coates says
I would definitely make cheesecake. Thanks so much for the chance
Jennifer Lo says
I would be making icing to top cinnamon rolls.
Cheesecake for sure!
Holly MacRitchie says
I would make my hubbys favourite chocolate chip cookies
Elizabeth H says
I would make my famous cinnamon sugar cookies! The handblender would be perfect for these!
debbie p says
I would make a cheesecake.
Alayne Langford says
I would make some fluffy meringue for my lemon meringue pie!! :)
Sherrie Guthrie says
I’d use it to make fudge!
Josee b says
I would make banana chocolate chip and walnut loaf!
ivy pluchinsky says
I would make cheesecake
Kim K says
a win would be such a huge blessing
Shelley Harris says
I would make my coconut cheesecake
vicki demunck says
Amber Y says
I would make a chess pie first to share with the family.
I’d make a delicious chocolate cake to share with some friends.
josephine evans says
I would like to make some gingerbread and cookies
I would make a cake!! YUM!
Tenille Wilson says
Would love to win. My kids and I make sugar cookies all the time. It would be so much easier with the mixer.
i would make shortbread and all my other Christmas baking . #sjholidaygifts
I would make chocolate chip cookies!
Jill McDowell says
I would make shortbread cookies!
LUZVIMINDA GUNTER-SMITH says
I WOULD LOVE TO MAKE SOME COOKIES
Ryan B says
I’m all about cakes at the moment, been doing all the mixing by hand! Two at a time at that!
Could really use one of these babies!
Valerie Mallette says
I would make gingerbread cookies with the Handy Mix Scraper if I won.
lori n. says
I would make my yearly batch of Christmas cookies and butter tarts…craving… now.
Some dessert for sure ! “D probably cookies or pie !
Jo-Anne Pfoh says
choc chip cookies
Definitely would make some type of delicious desert. Maybe cheesecake!
I would use it to make a Christmas cheesecake!
Heidi C. says
I would make my grandmother’s famous chocolate chip cookies.
Leanne S says
First I’d whip up some banana bread and then I’d make a carrot cake (my honey’s favourite).
Karin Dollery says
I would make cupcakes which a huge hit in my house.
Jen L says
I would make my Black Bottom Cupcakes with this blender, it would be great for the cake and the cream cheese filling!
Alicia Baer says
Michelle Policelli says
I would make a pecan pie cheesecake for Christmas :)
i’d love to make pancakes for brunch on christmas day!
Yuen C says
I would make chocolate cheesecake!
Jennifer L. says
I’d make black bean brownies.
Lori JB says
Lemon meringue pie!
Sarah Forrester says
I would make chocolate chip cookies.
Sherri F says
Stephanie LaPlante says
I would definitely make my favorite lemon cheesecake!
Elizabeth B says
I would probably try some Christmas shortbread cookies!
Shanon Armstrong says
This would be perfect for my whipped shortbread cookies.
June M says
I would make lemon meringue pie with this mixer
Debbie W says
this would be handy to make my puffed pastry
I would make banana bread
I’d make some kick butt cupcakes!
Nicole Jubleew says
I would make a yummy chocolate cake
Kristin smith says
The first thing I would make is a yummy lemon tower cake!!
Clair P says
with all the Christmas baking coming up I dont know but right now I could go for some shortbread cookies so I guess that would be the first thing
Cassie Fancy says
I would make Candy cane brownies
Ester G says
I would make Tiramisu
Nate Fuller says
Whip up some cookies for Santa !!!
Shannon Langford says
I would make a triple fudge cake!!!!!
diane welburn says
Flourless Chocolate Cupcakes for my kids
i would make cupcakes
Terry Perron says
I would make cheese cake
I already have a mixer so I would donate this to a family if I won it :)
Jennifer G says
I’d use the Handy Mix Scraper for whipped cream and serve waffles in a celebratory breakfast supper!
Can one live on lemon meringue pie.
I would make cupcakes.