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KitchenAid® Stand Mixer Grain Mill Attachment

This all-metal attachment grinds wheat, oats, corn, rice and other low-moisture, low-oil grains. Choose your desired consistency, from cracked to extra-fine.

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Description

This all-metal attachment grinds wheat, oats, corn, rice and other low-moisture, low-oil grains. Choose your desired consistency, from cracked to extra-fine.

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  • Manufacturer: KtichenAid
  • Model: KGM
  • Material: Die cast aluminum alloy
  • Warranty: One-year warranty
  • Made in China

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  • Clean with included brush

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  • Mill
  • Cleaning brush

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Customer Reviews

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Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer Grain Mill Attachment
Excellent addition to our stand mixer for milling grains. Works beautifully. My hands are now free from the mechanical stress of hand grinding when using my vintage manual grain mill!
My husband ground grains ... then with the new Pasta Maker made extruded pasta shapes using the fresh ground flour.
Yum Yum ! Thank you Sur La Table x

P S Read the Instructions first !
The Kitchen Aid Pasta Maker Extruder Attachment
The Kitchen Aid Grain Mill Attachment
First you grind and then you make pasta ! Bingo ??
June 8, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Grinding attachment
I really like my grain grinding attachment. It is straightforward to clean, and performs admirably. It is slower than I expected, but still very satisfactory. It is for low-moisture grains (wheat, corn, rye, oats, rice, buckwheat, barley, millet, etc) and NOT for high-moisture items such as peanuts, coffee beans, soybeans, sunflower seeds. I have ground Indian spices with it very nicely.
December 3, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Grain Mill is great
Its fantastic to sit back and watch the mill grind wheat berries fresh for the baking. It was easy to attach the grinder. No mess no fuss.
This review was collected as part of a promotion
January 30, 2017
Originally posted at
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Works great
Lots of noise and works like a charm
This review was collected as part of a promotion
January 6, 2017
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Good Worker!
This mill is a workhorse! It does the job, and you can regrind the product if you want your flour even finer. So far, I have had no problem with it heating up too much, either. Nice tool!
This review was collected as part of a promotion
January 6, 2017
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Great Grain Mill!!
This is an excellent product for grinding my grains for gluten-free bread. I can even make some of my flours finer than I purchased. My husband loved it too and he even took over grinding my grains! Worth my purchase!!
This review was collected as part of a promotion
December 10, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Works great!
It takes a little longer when on the finest grind setting when I did winter wheat but that is understandable. Gets a little warm from the friction but the flour turned out great. The manual said that it would be a little more coarse than conventional flour because they sift out the berries but I could even tell when I compared the two.
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November 17, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Poorly machined, did not fit mixer well and wobbled.
The spline end was not machined properly, did not fit. The replacement was close to the same and wobbled.
Does not grind corn well at all. Do not know how so few working parts could clog, but it did at the "flour" end. Yes, the corn was dry. Perhaps the auger could be more pronounce to help with emptying? Very frustrating so out came the hand crank mill which worked better.
August 19, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
Almost Burned Out My KitchenAid Mixer
I just received my KitchenAid grain mill in the mail today and was very excited to try it out.

First of all, the grain mill itself is a very solid product (except for the screwdriver on the back of the cleaning brush).

To try out my new grain mill, I poured about a pound of buckwheat into the hopper, turned the dial all the way to the three small dots for extra fine and started the mixer on 10.

The mixer barely turned the grain mill, but there was flour coming out, so I kept it running. Within a few minutes, the mixer came to a complete standstill. I instantly turned it off, but still had smoke coming out of it. A new product should not burn out my KitchenAid mixer!

Once I let it cool off, I turned the dial two steps away from extra-fine and tried again. Now the mixer turned the grain mill just fine and I was able to finish my pound of buckwheat.

Not sure whether I should buy an old used KitchenAid machine for my grain mill, so I don't ruin my nice one. Or buy a separate grain mill.
August 3, 2016
Originally posted at
KitchenAid
KitchenAid Grain Mill Attachment
I have had the Grain Mill for two weeks. I have ground both Farro (Emmer & Spelt) and Organic Iraqi Durm Wheat Berries. I ground them on the second to the lowest marker on the Grain Mill Attachment. They came out just as fine as the store bought wheat flour I usually use. The unit attaches to the front of the kitchenaid mixer I have. My mixer is probably 15 years old and it had no problem grinding up two cups of wheat berries. The only thing I don't like is that once you have the mill attached and turn on the machine, the attachment really moves up and down. The attachment is heavy and with the motor on, it doesn't look very secure but it does seem to hold. I also think that Kitchenaid could send a more useful manual on how to clean and use the attachment.
February 21, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
 

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Why did you choose this?
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Milll lets me grind my own wheat for pasta
Richard A on Feb 6, 2019
Gift for Daughter
Scott M on Jan 7, 2019
Milll lets me grind my own wheat for pasta
Richard A on Feb 6, 2019
I have this mill and bought it for my sister it's so great
William S on Jan 14, 2019
Gift for Daughter
Scott M on Jan 7, 2019
I like to grind my own wheat to make bread
Jan S on Jan 6, 2019
To grind rye berries for my fabulous danish rugbroed
Verena v on Jan 5, 2019
price and quality
Robert B on Jan 4, 2019
ease of ordering and site layout
June W on Dec 31, 2018
At this price this unit is competative with coffee grinders but has the larger capacity and capability to grind without being hampered by 'intermitant use only" while doing lighter chores like rice, our proposed use.
Cesar O on Dec 15, 2018
I've wanted one for quite a while and when it went on sale I had to buy it
Randy M on Dec 13, 2018
present fro wife
LAWRENCE B on Dec 12, 2018
It was on their Christmas list!
Sue A on Dec 12, 2018
My mother ask for this as a gift
Karina R on Dec 9, 2018
This is something i would use
Tonya R on May 6, 2018
Requested by gift recipient
SARAH G on Jan 12, 2018
Create fresh products
Greg O on Dec 27, 2017
We mill grains by hand grinder, this add on gives us cost effective efficiency in the kitchen
OLUREMI J on Dec 10, 2017
To prepare feed for my farm chickens.
Augustus A on Dec 3, 2017
So I can make awesome bread at home
Joshua J on Apr 29, 2017
I really like having the ability to create my own flour.
Robert G on Jan 15, 2017
Gift for my son who is in culinary school
KIM M on Nov 13, 2016
I make bread.
Gail K on Oct 28, 2016
My husband was recently diagnosed as celiac, so, as a happy baker, I want to make appropriate flours.
Beverly D on Oct 8, 2016
on gift registry
SYLVIA E on Sep 25, 2016
ON SALE- RECOMMENDED BY FRIEND
Brenda s on Sep 14, 2016
On a gift registry
Patricia B on Aug 3, 2016
It is nearly impossible to find cracked rye and sometimes hard to find cracked wheat. Even if your local store has either as an inventory item, either can be out for stock for months. If you want either of these course ground, that's even harder to find anyone who carries them in their potential inventory.
David M on Mar 24, 2016
to complete my kitchen aid set
LESMONO W on Mar 6, 2016
grind grits
Paul W on Feb 28, 2016
Wanted to be able to grind organic wheat berries. I like to bake bread and thought using my own flour would provide freshness and better taste.
Dianne B on Jan 28, 2016
We have a kitchen aid mixer and we love fresh ground corn for corn meal so an purchasing this for our kids home.
Connie K on Nov 11, 2015
I purchased this to mill my own flour and it works well.
Fehl-Safe S on Nov 8, 2015
Just getting back to basics.
Ronald L on Oct 17, 2015
its easier to make bread by milling grains!
Advance F on Mar 25, 2015
I have this mill and bought it for my sister it's so great
William S on Jan 14, 2019
I like to grind my own wheat to make bread
Jan S on Jan 6, 2019
Could this be used to grind almonds to make almond flour or are they too oily?
A shopper on Feb 1, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The Grain Mill Attachment grinds low moisture, non-oily grains such as wheat, corn, rye, oats, rice, buckwheat, barley, millet from extra coarse to very fine textures. We do not recommend processing nuts with the Grain Mil Attachment
Will I be able to grind wheat to the Italian standard of 00 ( double zero)?
Robert B on Nov 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, you won't. The grind doesn't get that fine.
Is this attachment appropriate for grinding spices?

I currently grind my spices in a coffee blade grinder, but want the crushing action of a burr grinder
A shopper on Jan 16, 2013
BEST ANSWER: This all-metal attachment grinds wheat, oats, corn, rice, and other low-moisture, low-oil grains. It is not suggested for spices
How I use this machine?

I want to buy this grinder grains but as I will use it if it is only part of the machine do not see the button on-offExplain to me how use this machine that I think is missing part
A shopper on Apr 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The KitchenAid Grain Mill is an attachment to be used with a KitchenAid Mixer which can be attached to the front of the mixer. The coarseness or fineness of the low-moisture/low-oil grain you wish to grind can be adjusted by the knob on the front of the attachment.
Where is this made?
A shopper on Nov 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Made in China
Can this be used to grind chick peas into a flour?
A shopper on Feb 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If they were dried first that would be something this machine could do no problem, anything wet though would clog it for sure.
How many cups per minute will this grind?
Lois L on Dec 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It is not stated in the manual. From experience, it is more like how many minutes to grind a cup? I would say 3 to 5 minutes to grind a cup of grain. Remember this is NOT for high moisture items, such as peanuts, coffee beans, soybeans, or sunflower seeds. It is for wheat, corn, rye, oats, rice, buckwheat, barley, millet, etc. I've ground Indian spices in it very nicely.
Will this mill produce fine flour as the store bought ?
A shopper on May 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes, but the flour that you grind has the entire grain in it. Husk, germ, and grain. It makes delicious bread. Store bought separates out the husk, or bran. The mill is adjustable. We played around until we got the texture we liked.
can you grind coconut to make flour?
A shopper on Oct 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't try coconut due to the moisture and fat content. I've ground oatmeal and wheat berries so far. Kitchen Aid instructions state that you are not to wash the grinder with water. I take it apart and clean it with a brush. Don't think you could do this with coconut.
Can this grind black peppercorns? Coarse grind, not fine. They are not as oily as some other spices.
Josh H on Feb 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I have not tried to grind black peppercorns. I purchased a 'ratchet mill', possibly through Sur La Table, that works great! There is a knob on the bottom of the ratchet mill to control if it is fine, or coarse. '
Could this attachment be used to grind dry coffee beans?
Anne S on Dec 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: possiblyThis is an interesting question. I have only used this grain mill for grain. A few thoughts. As there are other inexpensive tools to grind coffee, I would use a coffee grinder for coffee as the RPMs of the Grain Mill are slower, possibly resulting in a very coarse grind. Additionally, due to the shape of the Grain Mill's grinder, the coffee grind might be very uneven. Just my thoughts, but these ideas may be somewhat inaccurate, as I've never tried to grind coffee beans. Good luck.
I have a 325 motor on my kitchen aid mixer. Is this strong enough?
A shopper on Feb 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I could find no reference to engine size for any Kitchenaid mixers; only Classic, Artisan, and Pro 5+. All of them seem to handle the attachments fine. The grinder manual makes no mention of a minimum power requirement, so presumably any Kitchenaid with that power front end will be able to handle it. Sorry I couldn't find out any more detail than that.
This is a dry grain mill, would it be ruined grinding cooked field corn to make masa for tamales?
The dud on Dec 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would not use it for that purpose a hand grinder would serve you better.
 

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