KitchenAid KSM1APC 5-Blade Spiralizer with Peel, Core & Slice, Silver

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  • Spiralizing Blades – Medium and Fine; Slicing Blades – Slicing (Large Core) and Slicing (Small Core); Peeling Blade
  • On your stand mixer and uses the power of the motor to operate the spiralizer attachment
  • Premium metal construction provides durable long lasting performance, and when attached to the stand mixer, provides stability and ease of use
  • Packed and organized inside its own storage case, designed for easy access and simple storage


SKU: KSM1APC Category:


Reinvent classic meals and inspire your culinary creativity with fresh fruits and vegetables.

The versatile KitchenAid Spiralizer Plus with Peel, Core and Slice Stand Mixer Attachment comes with 4 Spiralizing/Slicing Blades and a Peeling Blade, perfect for fresh fruit and vegetable recipes.

From zucchini noodles to sweet and savory dishes, the options are endless. For everything you want to make. KitchenAid.

Specification: KitchenAid KSM1APC 5-Blade Spiralizer with Peel, Core & Slice, Silver

Weight4 lbs
Dimensions6 × 12 × 3 in






15 reviews for KitchenAid KSM1APC 5-Blade Spiralizer with Peel, Core & Slice, Silver

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  1. Bill in Massachusetts

    I bought this during a sale to replace a hand crank spiralizer and found that it was a waste of money. I found that it works best as an apple peeler to make a big batch of apple pie or apple crisp. But for zucchini, it will only accept small diameter zuccs and squashes that you find in the grocery store, and if you grow bigger ones like most gardeners have, you have to cut them in to quarters first. Then, the worst part is that I had very little success in getting it to spiralize fresh zucchinis without the end that rotates inside of the zuccs stripping everything out and just absolutely squishing everything. It just doesn’t handle fresh, juicy and soft veggies. If you are doing loads of apples and potatoes, this will be fine, otherwise for fresh veggies like zucchinis go with a manual hand crank. The manual ones can handle larger diameter veggies and you can make the quick adjustments to ensure they spiralize well.I paid for this product and wasn’t compensated in any way for this review. If you found this review helpful, please click on the helpful button below. Thanks!

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  2. Guppie

    I use this multiple times per week. I have used zucchini, beets,rutabaga, parsnip, kohlrabi, sweet potato…and more. I have read complaints about the spear not gripping vegetable strong enough. I always ensure the spear is pushed all the way in, including the smaller spears. With all of them pushed in, it holds well.

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  3. Emily

     Never before have I felt personal animosity towards a kitchen gadget. This thing is so incredibly complicated and just plain bad, and has mangled so many of my vegetables and completely ruined dinner enough times that I have no choice but to throw this expensive piece of junk in the trash. When you place the vegetable on the skewer, the piece that is supposed to spiralize ends up holding it in place, while the skewer spins and spins and spins a hole right through your vegetable, leaving you with a completely useful piece of produce.Directions for use:Step 1-Drag your heavy kitchen aid mixer out of storage.Step 2-Do your best to figure out which of the 50 parts and pieces go together, and figure out how to attach them to your mixer.Step 3-Cut your vegetable to the exact requirements of the mechanism. Too thick? Too bad. Want to spiralize a carrot? Sorry, too hard. Too long? Too short? Sorry. Not happening.Step 4-Watch your vegetables get completely mangled.Step 5-Order pizza.

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  4. Lara A Tetrault

    I was very disappointed. I primarily bought this to spiralize sweet potato. Did not work at all. The skewer spun around inside of the potato and the spiralizer attachment did not cut into the potato.

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  5. 🌺 Lynne E.

    This KITCHENAID SPIRALIZER ATTACHMENT WITH PEELER is the sort of cooking gadget that my father used to give my mother. She would try it once, declare it more trouble than it was worth, and store it away. But like my father, I love gadgets, and I love this thing.In using it the first time, it helped that I already had a hand-cranked corer/slicer/peeler (see, e.g., VICTORIO Apple and Potato Peeler). This stand mixer attachment works exactly the same, except you don’t have to clamp it to a table, and it does a much better job. Whether it’s apples, potatoes, root vegetables, or zucchini, it pares only the thinnest outer layer. And it has five different blades to accommodate different kinds of fruits and vegetables for spiral-slicing. (You can use it to spiral slice, to pare, or to spiral slice and pare in a single operation.)Like any complicated kitchen gadget, it takes some practice. The Quick Start instructions could definitely be better. They don’t mention the mixer speed (start at Stir, and gradually increase to 3 or 4), or suggest putting the produce to be sliced on the fruit/vegetable skewer BEFORE you put the skewer onto the attachment (a tip found on the KitchenAid web site). Nor do they mention that you should slice off just one end, and put the other end on the skewer, because there will be some waste at the skewer end.A problem that I had, as a beginner, was not placing the produce correctly on the skewer. If you push the apple or vegetable too far onto the skewer prongs, the slicer will stop before it completely finishes slicing the item. If you don’t push the apple or vegetable far enough onto the prongs to secure it, the rotating skewer will bore a hole so that the item will stop turning before it’s completely pared and sliced. When you get it right, the core can be hard to remove from the skewer after the slicing is done.Still, I like using this thing, and will definitely be getting it out to pare potatoes and to pare, core, and slice apples. When I add in the mixer setup time and the cleanup time (though it’s easy to clean), it probably doesn’t save me any time (in the quantities I need to prepare). But it’s easier and more fun to slice produce with this than to slice produce by hand. I use this spiralizer attachment with a KitchenAid KSM150PSBL Artisan Series 5-Quart Mixer.Something I also like, is that the attachment is packed in a solid storage box, a box that is fitted with Styrofoam shaped to exactly hold the parts. The “presentation box” looks elegant, and also makes it hard to lose the skewer, peeler, or blades.

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  6. Babs

    I am extremely disappointed with this thing. I bought it mostly for the peeler which is essentially useless. The peeler does not work on normal sized apples and potatoes (the blade is positioned too far away), even thought the instructions say it will work on something that is 1.5 inches in diameter. My potatoes are at lest three inches in diameter. Nor does the peeler seem to work well on its own without the spiralizer attachment. I just want to peel a ten-pound bag of potatoes or apples. Sadly, this attachment did not do the job.The spiralized food is amusing but really it’s just a novelty that you pay a hefty price for.Bottom line for me: it’s a bust. not recommended if you want to peel potatoes or apples.UPDATE; the second time I used it, the skewer broke intp two pieces. yikes. returned. not getting another one. downgraded to one star.

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  7. Amazon Customer

    Love this, but it does take a bit of getting used to, and you need to read the directions. Different items have different speeds, so the directions are a must. Made several things since I got it and so far just love it. I recommend getting the bigger set with the 6 blades as the fine blade is a fav. The 5 blade set doesn’t have the fine blade. I originally bought the smaller set but returned it for the larger one.

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  8. Deborah G. Johnson

    Works perfectly, as advertised. My only quibble that I should have done my homework about is that the vegetables to be worked on have to be 5 inches or less in length. So, you have to cut long vegetables in half. You have to make sure to firmly press the round end of the cutting blade into the center of the vegetable or fruit to be cut or spiralized in order for it to spin evenly. Certain vegetables that aren’t firm enough, like red and green peppers, that are flimsy aren’t that successful at being cut I’ve found. Otherwise have had great success with a number of vegetables. The peeler doesn’t work great on uneven vegetables. It works much better on very even fruits and even shaped vegetables however. It makes quick work of peeling quite a few apples quickly, then replacing the peeler with the cutter blade to make long circles of apples for pie or crisps. Am very glad I bought it. The zucchini “zoodles” are a great way to get the kids to eat more veggies in a fun way.

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  9. rosswala

    So far I have only used it for spiralizing zucchini, and this will be its main function as we eat this, in place of pasta, at least once a week. Total game changer! I had a good spiraliser before, but it was still finicky, and certainly not hands free, like this one. I am delighted with this purchase.

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  10. EC

    Works like wonders. Effortless spiral vege. I tried the manual rotating gadget, but it was just killing my shoulder doing that repetitive movement, then I tried the pencil sharpener one that only does half of the zucchini and wastes the rest, and it has limited vege width too. Kitchenaid is expensive but it’s the simplest and fastest to get the job done. Now, I’m making spiral fries everyday& apple slices for apple turnovers too. Sooooo good.

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  11. Brigitte G

    Love it! Sprializer works really well with zucchini, apples, etc. We’ve been eating ‘zoodles’ in various recipes almost every day. Tried sweet potatoes once and found them too hard. Same with carrots, however I only used the one attachment (single spiral) and perhaps one of the others will work better. Will report on this again once I’ve tried out the others.

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  12. corey

    I sent this back because the vegetables from the garden seem to be too large for this attachment. The vegetables hit the long, metal dowel running parallel to them and then they stop spinning while the machine continues. The result is a hole in your vegetable, which you must cut off to start again. I’m disappointed because I really liked the idea of this being metal (lasts forever). I ended up buying a plastic spiralizer off Amazon

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  13. Cindy Metcalfe

    I am so happy with this. Was on sale, even better. Peeled 10lbs of potatoes in about 5 mins, then cut and peeled apples and made a crisp. I have not tried the other cutters yet, but comes in a great storage box.

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  14. L Henrickson

    Good price, our local store was around $50 more for the same kit. So far we’ve spiralized zucchini into noodles and apples for a pie. The blades snap into place for easy set up and as long as your item is the right length it’s easy to use.We did find that the peeler is very picky. Your item has to be a uniform size all around in order to be fully peeled. So a few of our lopsided apples didn’t get peeled well but the slicing was great.

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  15. TME

    So far so good although I have found that if the veggies such as zucchini are not really firm they will spin rather than spiralize. It could be better designed where you attach the vegetable.

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