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Food Processor Ratings Guide

Updated on April 25, 2015
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Food Processor Ratings: Best Food Processors 2015

Checking out food processor ratings is a great way to help you decide which is the best food processor for you and your kitchen needs.

With so many different brands and models of food processors to choose from today it can get a bit confusing trying to figure out which one has the best ratings, performs the best and has the most options that are going to allow you to get the most out of it. Reading food processor reviews and checking out the ratings that they have been given by customers can really help you sort through all the information and make the best decision.

Often times you can find food processor ratings as well as ratings for many other products on big name company websites such as Amazon.com or BestBuy.com. On Amazon.com you will also be able to read reviews so that you can see what customers who have purchased the product you are looking at purchasing have to say about it.

Other good places to look for these ratings is on websites such as ConsumerReports.com and ConsumerSearch.com. These types of sites are going to give you ratings based on their opinion instead of reviews by actual customers but the ratings they give are typically pretty trustworthy. When I am searching for a product that I am interested in I will usually use both types of sources before making a decision.

Best Food Processors

According to Food Processor Ratings

When looking at food processor ratings and food processor reviews the models listed below are the best food processors in 2015. I have not only used several of the models listed but have read reviews on each of the different food processors listed here to determine which stood out from the rest when it came to quality, price, usability and customer service.

Cuisinart Prep Plus Food Processors

Cuisinart Prep Plus Food Processors

The Cuisinart DLC-2011CHB Prep 11 Plus 11-Cup Food Processor is a fantastic food processor that has received great reviews.

It comes with a Lexan work bowl that is dishwasher safe as well as virtually shatter proof. If you are the type of person who enjoys using their processor to make bread then you will be happy to know that this model features automatically adjusting speed to help ensure proper dough consistency.

This model also includes a recipe book and a spatula.

Cuisinart Prep Plus Food Processor

"This is a real professional piece of equipment. The motor is really powerful, attachments high quality and this will be infinitely better than any food processor that you have ever owned."

Cuisinart DFP-14 Custom 14-Cup Food Processor

Cuisinart DFP-14 Custom 14-Cup Food Processor

The Cuisinart DFP-14 Custom 14-Cup food processor features a 720 watt motor, a Lexan (shatter proof) work bowl, small and large pushers to fee the extra large feed tube, stainless steel slicers and blades, a spatula and recipe book.

What is the Best Food Processor Price?

When it comes to finding the best food processor price you will find that this can also be a bit of a hassle. You can drive from store to store or search all the big name outlets online and compare prices however this can take a bit of time. Once again I typically turn to Amazon.com and almost always find that I can get the best price on just about everything there.

One thing I can not stress enough is that if you want a good, quality food processor that is going to perform the way that a food processor is supposed to then you really can't go for the cheapest model out there. You can pick up models that will cost you less than $50 but these are almost always going to be of low quality, even when they are made by well known brands.

To help you get your search for the best food processor started I have checked out various food processor ratings as well as food processor reviews on the websites I linked to earlier in this article. After researching food processors and from personal experience I have found that Cuisinart food processors seem to be the best food processors you can get.

Braun Multiquick 3 K650 Kitchen Machine 600 Watt

Braun Multiquick 3 K650 Kitchen Machine 600 Watt

The Braun Multiquick 3 K650 Kitchen Machine features a 600 watt motor, leak proof sealed bowls and an electronically controlled variable speed. Although the motor isn't as powerful as in the previous model, the K650 has received wonderful reviews and seems to be a great product.

Cuisinart Prep 9™ 9-Cup Food Processor (DLC-2009CHB)

Best Food Processors Under $100

Although I highly recommend spending a little more on one of the food processors listed above, the food processors listed here have the best food processor ratings for models that cost under $100.

Keep in mind that chances are that one of the less expensive food processors is not going to last as long as one of the more expensive models, however if you do not plan on using your processor often then one of the cheaper models should be just fine.

Cuisinart DLC-10S Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor

Cuisinart DLC-10S Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor

The Cuisinart DLC-10S Pro Classic 7-Cup food processor comes with a stainless steel chopping blade, slicing and shredding disc, small and large pushers, spatula, recipe book and more. It also features and extra large feeding tube that can hold whole fruits and vegetables.

Cuisinart DLC-10S Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor

"I absolutely love this machine...I use it almost everyday from chopping vegetables to making cookie/cake dough. It is easy to use...easy to put together and best off all..easy to clean."

Hamilton Beach 70610 500-Watt Food Processor

Hamilton Beach 70610 500-Watt Food Processor

The Hamilton Beach 70610 500-Watt food processor features a 500 watt motor, a stainless steel chopping blade, reversible shredding and slicing discs, an oversize feeding chute and has 2 speed options as well as a pulse function.

Black & Decker FP1600B 8-Cup Food Processor

The Black & Decker FP1600B 8-Cup food processor is a 450 watt model that can handle up to 8 cups. It comes with the work bowl, pusher, stainless steel chopping blade as well as reversible slicing and shredding disc. It also includes suction cup feet and a safety interlock system.

This is one of the least expensive models listed on this page however for the price it does do a good job according to reviewers.

Cuisinart Pro Classic Food Processor (DLC 10S)

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    • mybestreviews lm profile imageAUTHOR

      James 

      3 years ago from Oregon

      Agreed Melissa, it is very hard to find reviews online these days that can be trusted. Amazon is one of the worst offenders.

    • mybestreviews lm profile imageAUTHOR

      James 

      3 years ago from Oregon

      I agree with the Amazon thing Melissa, amazon reviews as well as many other sites can not be trusted. I typically use amazon as a basis as to what are best sellers and then expand my information search from there.

    • Melissa Orourke profile image

      Melissa Orourke 

      3 years ago from Roatán, Islas De La Bahia, Honduras

      I have a mini food processor and I find it I use it frequently. My Vita Mix gets the most use though!

      Re: Amazon reviews, some are I-Writers who have been paid to write a review, with or without first hand knowledge of the product.

      I don't trust the reviews anymore after learning that!

      Informative Hub!

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