This tricked-out model earned perfect scores in nearly all of our tests. It lets you select from 24 slice settings, and it looks super sleek on your countertop. You have three chute options, including a 5" large feed chute, 2 ¾” mid feed chute, and 1 ½” mini feed chute .
Want a food processor on a budget? Look no further—this basic food processor will get the job done, without breaking the bank. Though the slices and dices may not look perfect, it can chop through hard and soft foods alike with ease. It's also really easy to assemble.
Thanks to a dual blades and loads of other blades, Cuisinart’s food processor is the most versatile model we tested. It's ideal for chopping nuts, pureeing soup, slicing vegetables, shredding cheese, and more. This one is also dishwasher safe, so clean-up is a breeze.
KitchenAid's compact chopper is a smart pick for little kitchens, dorm rooms, or those who tend to make small portions. The work bowl can hold 3.5 cups, and a handle and pour spout make serving easy. You have your choice of two speed options that can produce coarse or fine results.
KitchenAid’s stylish food processor holds 14 cups, making this a smart pick for cooks with big families, or those who like to entertain. An ExactSlice system features optimized speeds and an external lever that allows you to go from thick to thin with one slide of it. Bonus? The red color will pop on your countertop.