Do you own any Defy products?! This was the first time I tried a product from their kitchen small appliances range.
Kitana and I have spent more time in the kitchen recently because she absolutely loves baking!
Both my kids love cake and expect me to bake something every weekend…
When you’re 37 weeks pregnant with baby number 3, it becomes a bit of a challenge…
I can’t stand for too long anymore and to take out all the big equipment to bake takes more time and effort than anything else.
I was looking for an easy way out and Defy had that answer for me! They sent me their nifty little invention – The Defy Hand Mixer for Mother’s Day!
I was really looking forward to testing out this product because it doesn’t look complicated to set up and use.
Kitana and I immediately put on our aprons and headed for the kitchen to bake a cake with our new little gadget – The Defy Hand Mixer.
The hand mixer has a glossy black finish with satin stainless steel detail and includes four-speed settings plus turbo and dishwasher safe accessories.
It’s perfect for beating batters – we used it to mix everything for the cake because of the awesome turbo speed function!
If you’re looking for a new hand mixer that isn’t going to break the bank then the Defy hand mixer is a must for you!
Here’s an awesome recipe to try out for Father’s Day with your new hand mixer. 😉
Pancakes, made with love and Defy’s Hand Mixer
TOTAL TIME: Prep 15mins. Cook; 5mins/batch
MAKES: 4 Servings
- 1.5cups Self-Rising Flour
- 1/2 cup Milk
- 2 eggs
- ½ cup sugar
- 1 tsp Vanilla Essence
- 1 pinch of salt
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Your Defy Hand Mixer is light enough for the kids to use, but with its Turbo function, powerful enough for those intricate recipes.
Use your Defy Hand Mixer, to beat the eggs and milk together until fluffy. Mix in the flour, a pint of salt, sugar, cinnamon and vanilla essence.
Mix together until you have a smooth batter. Heat a pan on medium, and spray the pan with non-stick.
Pour your batter into the pan and cook.
Tip: Pour a little of your batter into a cookie cutter in the pan and create a little hearts. 😉
Now, this is how we add the extra special love.
Serve your scrumptious breakfast creation to Dad in bed, with love and appreciation, and a little help from your new family member, the Defy Hand Mixer.