Ok, who doesn’t love food? Am I right or am I right? And in today’s age of high-paced jobs, parenting, and extracurricular activities, we (me included) look for the most convenient ways to get the weeknight dinner on the table in the timeliest fashion that doesn’t have us pulling the hair from our heads!
One of the handiest gadgets that help with this universal goal of convenience comes in the form of kitchen aid mini food processor, and in this case, MINI food choppers, which can make dinner, become even more easy and doable on those busy weeknights (especially if you are not cooking for a ton of folks); we here at ReviewCart will continue by reviewing the top mini food processors thus far in 2020.
Let’s see which one you can see in your kitchen!
The Cuisinart DLC-2ABC costs about 40 bucks, if purchased via Amazon, and whose features include a 250-watt food processor that includes a 3-cup plastic work bowl (spatula included) for all of your cooking needs.
The Cuisinart DLC also chops and grinds, with patented reversible stainless-steel blades/stainless steel food processor that will undoubtedly dice anything with ease and simplicity.
There is an easy to use, push-button, control panel that is encased in a durable, but also, lightweight plastic body that has a sleek, and polished, finish. The bowl (24 ounce size with a handle) and lid for the Cuisinart is dishwasher-safe for quick cleanup
The Gourmia (ranging from $8.99-15.00 on Amazon), is equipped with a multi-purpose hand chopper, which is the best choice for a versatile kitchen tool that is amazing for mincing, dicing, and crushing various fruits, veggies, nuts, and whatever else you may need when tackling those recipes in the kitchen.
Although the Gourmia GMS9280 is small, it is incredibly powerful, with removable stainless steel blades; this mini appliance is also dishwasher safe and the perfect choice for any chopping, pureeing, or shredding that you may want to do.
The Aicok comes in at about $24.00 on Amazon (plus tax obviously so keep that in mind); the features of the Aicok includes a multipurpose electric food chopper that can chop all of your favorite vegetables and fruits, from onions, apples, and anything else that you may decide to get festive with (because, yes, festive is a word).
The blades of the Aicok are made out of stainless steel and are incredibly durable, yet lightweight; the plastic bowl that comes with the Aicok is BPA approved and guarantees a quick and easy clean-up, which is amazing for those who need to get dinner done and finished in a hurry (because there is nothing worse than a “hangry” child or spouse).
The cup size of the Hamilton Beach 70440 is approximately 8 cups and includes a 450 watt motor that also has two additional speeds plus a pulse option, which can come in handy depending on what you’re blending/grinding up.
This small food processor is also dishwasher safe for all features (bowl, lid, and blades).
The Proctor Silex 72500 is a compact mini food chopper/onion chopper that drastically reduces prep time in the kitchen, which is an incredible benefit to us all!
The Proctor Silex has a 1-1/2-cup-capacity, transparent, work bowl that seems to be pretty stable and durable; the pulse function also offers both a good amount of control and consistency while making some of your favorite dishes.
The processing blade is stainless steel and also removable, while being dishwasher safe for easy and convenient cleaning.
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Overall, when it comes to selecting the best food processor for your needs, you certainly run the risk of purchasing a defect product, as with just about anything else that we buy online or even in store.
Out of the food processors reviewed above, potential buyers should definitely determine what it is that they need (i.e. a single person probably wouldn’t need an 8-cup capacity processor) and how much they are willing to spend.
Regardless of what kind of processor you buy, be sure to keep your receipt and look up the warranty that associated with the product….the warranty can be a lifesaver sometimes!