Best Food Processor Under £100

If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen, a food processor is a godsend. It saves you from doing all the pesky little kitchen tasks you would otherwise do by hand. And let’s be real, no one has time to chop, grate and dice by hand these days.

Food processors are versatile machines that can do anything from puree ingredients, to knead dough, to blitzing anything and everything. The great thing with food processors is that you don’t need to break the bank to get your hands on one. You don’t need to spend £500 to get a good quality, robust machine. So we are here to help you find the best food processor under £100 with a list of 5 of our favourite processors!

KitchenAid KHM7210

This 700 watt food processor is both durable and affordable. It doesn’t just come with a food processor, but also with a blender. Talk about great value for money! The 2L food processor bowl holds 1.4L of liquid; plenty of room to handle large amounts for ingredients, but also great for chopping smaller quantities. The 1.8L blender is ideal for making nutritious smoothies and (not so nutritious) milkshakes.

This Andrew James food processor comes with 2 speed settings and 1 pulse, adding an extra boost to your chopping and blitzing. There is an abundance of attachments, all adding something special to the mix. There are blades for chopping, shredding, slicing, emulsifying, as well as a dough hook and a food pusher.

This is a classy, sturdy machine that will be a great addition to your kitchen. The jugs and accessories are durable, and with a safety lock and no slip feet, you don’t need to worry about your ingredients spilling or your food processor walking off the bench!


Baking tip: Keep in mind that the accessories and jugs are not dishwasher friendly.

Braun MultiMix 5 Hand Mixer 5100

This is another great 750 watt food processor that is accompanied by a blender. This robust Vonshef food processor is great for quick food prep and is the ultimate multitasker with 8 stainless steel blades and durable plastic attachments. This food processor includes; a dough hook, chopping blade, fine grater, coarse grater, slice blade, emulsifying disc, juicer and blending blade. What more can you ask from a food processor?

With a 2L bowl, a 1.8L blender and an extra large chute you will be able to process large amounts of ingredients at once with no problem. The two speed settings and pulse function means you can achieve your desired consistency every time.

This is a modern and sleek food processor that doesn’t take up too much space in your kitchen. And with most of the blades fitting neatly in the bowl itself, you will never misplace them.

Baking tip: All attachments and blades are dishwasher friendly!

Hamilton Beach Professional 5-Speed Hand Mixer

This very powerful, 1000 watt food processor comes with a very large, 3.5L bowl and a 1.8L blender. The capacity of this food processor is ideal for those bakers and cooks who process large amounts of food. It also has suction feet so it stays put while in action.

This Cooks Professional food processor includes all the attachments you’ll ever need in your kitchen; a metal chopping blade, dough hook, cutting blade, thick and thin slice blades, fine grater and coarse grater. For added bonus you get a spatula and a food pusher.

This is a very robust, top quality, easy to use food processor and you don’t even need to break the bank to get your hands on it!

Baking tip: You can store all of your accessories in the built in drawer.

Cuisinart HM-90S Power Advantage

Want a robust and durable food processor but don’t need all the extra accessories that come with it? Then this Sensio mini food processor is ideal for you. This 600ml, 300 watt chopper may seem small but it is a very powerful machine. It comes with 4 stainless steel blades that can chop, cut, blitz and puree vegetables, fruits and meats in seconds. You will be amazed at what this mini chopper can do!

It’s very easy to use and its small size means it won?’ take up any room in your kitchen. With a 2 year warranty, you know that youkll be getting a top quality product!

Hamilton Beach Professional 5-Speed Hand Mixer

This Kenwood food processor might be slightly over budget but hear us out! When it comes to food processors, this Kenwood one is a pro. It comes with a 3L bowl, which is great if you process large quantities of food, a thermo-resistant glass blender which is ideal for hot soups and a mini bowl with separate blades for all those small chopping jobs. It also features 8 speed options and a pulse function so you’re ingredients will be chopped, blitzed and diced to perfection every time.

This is the perfect food processor for all those who take baking and cooking more seriously. It blends soups to perfection without any lumps, it can slice potatoes so thin that your dauphinois will be on point and it can even knead dough! This is a sturdy, robust and powerful machine and you will certainly not be disappointed if you get your hands on it!

Verdict

So there you have it! 5 of the best food processors under £100. This list just shows you that you really don’t need to get the most expensive kitchen appliance for it to be of top quality. Modern food processors do more than just chopping. They have so many attachments and blades that you can do anything from make soup to knead dough! And if you are looking to purchase a blender too, these food processors are ideal as most of them include one.

Which one you go for is really a matter of preference. If you are just looking for a low key food processor that you will only use occasionally for small jobs, then the Sensio is perfect. But if you are looking for something that offers so much more, then have a look at the Vonshef as it includes everything you’ll ever need in your kitchen.

Happy blitzing!

 

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