Written by Paisley Tedder

Win the KitchenAid cordless collection!

Here’s your chance to get the kitchen accessory kit of dreams, courtesy of KitchenAid

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Over the last year, many of us have been channelling our inner Prue Leith or Paul Hollywood to make magic in the kitchen. While the lockdown that kicked off the UK’s baking craze (banana bread anyone?), might be easing, that doesn’t mean our fun in the kitchen has to end. In fact, we have just the kit you need to take your cooking to the next level, in the form of this month’s #ThisGoodHome prize.

We’ve teamed up with KitchenAid to give one lucky reader the chance to win the cordless collection, which includes a hand blender, hand mixer and food chopper. All of these items will do their bit to make the cooking process easier and more enjoyable for you.

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The cordless element of the collection also means you are tied to surfaces which have plug sockets, and you don’t need to worry about leads. Instead, you can take a seat at the table or move about as you please whilst prepping your favourite dishes. This is ideal for welcoming friends and family back into your home for meals as lockdown lifts to help make the process run smoothly. We just know you’re going to be obsessed!

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How to win!

 

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To enter this competition, head over to the Good Homes magazine Instagram page.

  • Make sure you’re following both @goodhomesmag and @kitchenaid_uk
  • Comment on any of the promotional Instagram posts, tagging at least one friend (counts as 1 entry)
    OR
    Tag your interiors Instagram photos with the hashtag #thisgoodhome (counts as 1 entry)

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