Philips Avance Collection Pasta Maker White

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Philips Avance Collection Pasta Maker White
Price: $189.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
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Very good reviews (4.5 out of 5.0) over at and Watch this in action!


Now, who do I need to beg for this machine? This thing is awesome!!

I’m watching this video wondering why I haven’t played with the one I got the last time it was on woot. That pasta looks really good. Also there are additional pasta dies available from Williams Sonoma. Capelli d’angelo (angel hair pasta), tagliatelle (flat noodles), thick spaghetti and pappardelle (wide, ribbon-shaped pasta

Philips include the die for making udon for the units sold in Japan and some Asian countries while it does not offer the die for sale in North America. It is offered for sale in Australia.

Because a box of pasta at Wallyworld costs $1

4.5 Stars over at Bed Bath & Beyond

It also tastes like the box it was poured out of.

You’re not helping here!?!?! :tongue:

I just don’t know if I would use it enough to justify the cost.

Can anyone compare this to the pasta attachments for a Kitchenaid stand mixer?

It seems like not having One More Appliance is a good thing… but does the stand-alone appliance have enough benefits to outweigh that?

I bought this a few months ago and it is fabulous. My grown kids are all talking about my pasta maker and even my husband has weighed in with his approval, saying homemade pasta has become his favorite lunch. He didn’t realize until now how much better fresh pasta is. I’ve given away my dried pasta stash to a needy family and am ticking off the savings against cost until it pays itself off, which surprisingly won’t be that far off.

I received a Stand Mixer last year for Christmas, got the pasta attachment the next day and returned it the following day to buy this at full reatil ($300) and never regretted it.

Yes the machine is big and box pasta costs next to nothing but if you have an appreciation for food and enjoy cooking for yourself and others then this is a great item at a great price.

I will also add that it is incredibly easy to use and literally the hardest part about it is the cleanup.

I have a stand mixer with pasta attachments and find the Philips machine to be far superior. Pasta in 5-10 minutes, quick clean-up…what’s not to love? For those of you gluten free folks out there, this machine is a life-saver.

I bought one of these a couple months ago for $199 on Woot and I LOVE it. It is so easy and the pasta tastes great. It is actually easier than the box, faster than the box and tastes better. There is a little bit of clean up but it isn’t bad. I have really really enjoyed it. It is one of the best woots I’ve gotten.

Can you make gluten free pasta with this machine?

Will this work with a Mac?

(Mac-n-Cheese of course)…

I don’t see a macaroni attachment available. Looks like the only round/hollow type pasta is the penne attachment, which could work for mac n cheese too, just would be a bit larger diameter than normal.