Different mixing methods

There are three different mixing methods, so we cater for this with 3 different premix options for our baking made ezee range.


Hand mix

The right equipment makes hand mixing a breeze.  You will need different types of spoons, bowls and other equipment. Each type of mixing method uses certain types of equipment. Bowls and spoons need to be easy to hold and designed for the stresses of hand mixing — mixing cookie dough needs a much tougher spoon than tossing a salad does!  

Having the right equipment to suit the recipe will almost ensure that you use the right technique.  Poor technique almost always comes from trying to mix something in a way that was never intended. 

Stand Mix

Stand (machine) mixing is easy when you have the right equipment in your kitchen to do the job.

An electric mixer is sure to make your baking life much easier, especially when it comes to creaming butter or whipping cream. While they’re expensive, stand mixers can be a great investment for your kitchen arsenal, making everything from kneading dough to whipping egg whites a breeze.

Bread machine mix

If you’re one of the many people who’ve recently bought a bread machine, congratulations! You’re about to enter a whole new world of freshly baked, yeasty goodness. Fresh-baked bread is so much better than the shelf-stable, store-bought kind that it’s almost unbelievable.

There’s a certain joy that comes from taking your still-warm loaf, slicing off a piece, spreading a little butter on it, and just munching on it right at the counter.

If you’ve just removed your bread machine from its box, you may be wondering how it works, or what to do with it. Not to worry! We’ve got you covered with some of the more basic, frequently asked questions. Of course, every bread machine is slightly differentand you should always read the manual before using any appliance.

It’s important to start by reading the instructions. One of the most important things to remember is that you shouldn’t overfill the machine. Bread makers come in several different sizes and are typically distinguished by the weight of the loaf they can handle.