The reliable blade of the device is made of stainless steel and can be used at two different speeds as well as in the pulse mode. These functions allow working on various ingredients to create truly delicious dishes.
The power cord is rather short.
The KitchenAid 5KFC3516 is a small but powerful food chopper that is capable of grinding, chopping, and pureeing food at speeds of up to 2450 RPM. Additionally, the work bowl is equipped with special lids that can be used for adding oils and sauces in the process.
2 speeds, Pulse operation
Multipurpose stainless steel
Non-slip base, Work bowl with pour spout and handle, Top-rack dishwasher safe
This model is equipped with a powerful electric engine that ensures chopping consistency regardless of the ingredients. Coupled with a steel knife, it is easy to grind even the hardest types of food.
The work bowl is too small for bigger portions.
This food processor from Kenwood will be a great pick for users that want to spice up their regular recipes but don't want to spend a fortune on a fully-fledged device. Fast, reliable, and easy to use, it will make cooking a breeze.
Stainless steel knife
Safety interlock, Non-slip pads, Dishwasher safe
The kit includes two 500 ml work bowls that stack and can be stored together. Moreover, they can be used for storing ingredients thanks to the airtight covers.
The lids require additional washing if cleaned in a dishwasher.
The Ninja Blade chopper is one of the few combo models that are available at a very attractive price. The combination of the unique Ninja blade and high build quality of the whole set makes it ideal for family and personal use.
2 x 500 ml
Non-slip base, Stackable design for easy storage, Seal tight storage lids, Dishwasher safe components
This model features two working modes - Chop and Grind. By utilising them at the same time, you can easily switch the direction of the ingredients being cut inside.
Gets quite noisy when chopping food.
This miniature food processor from Cuisinart is a reliable device that can be used on a daily basis. Thanks to the combination of the BladeLock™ system and an opening lid on top of the bowl, you can throw additional ingredients as you grind.
Chop and Grind
BladeLock™ system, Drizzle holes in the lid, Non-slip pads, Work bowl with handle, Dishwasher safe
An enormous 1 l work bowl is equipped with side handles that are both nice to the touch and easy to hold even when the device is working.
Lacks non-slip pads.
The VonShef food chopper is an affordable solution for grinding, mincing, chopping, and pureeing the ingredients. Even though its bowl is quite big, it can be easily cleaned and stored without issues.
Work bowl with two side handles
A Universal Model for All Ingredients
This food processor from Kitchen Aid is fairly compact and powerful at the same time, making it a great alternative to fully-fledged models.
To start off, it is great as both a spice grinder and a mini food chopper. The machine easily deals with any type of ingredient, from hard spices to vegetables. What is more, the work bowl is equipped with special openings that allow adding oil or other liquids to the mix as you chop it. Thanks to this subtle yet highly convenient feature, the unit can be used as a pureeing machine as well.
Moving further down the list of features, the work bowl of the device is made without bisphenol A, which means that it is eco-friendly and won’t contaminate your food. As for the capacity of the bowl, it can fit up to 830 ml of raw food, which is quite a lot considering the modest dimensions of the processor.
The portable machine features a stainless steel blade that can chop through pretty much anything as far as food ingredients go. Additionally, it can be easily washed in a dishwasher alongside the work bowl itself. The only thing you should do, though, is put them on the top rack of the machine to prevent possible damage to the bowl.
All things considered, the KitchenAid is a classic mini food chopper that will definitely find its place in your kitchen if you are no stranger to experimenting with food. Reliable and rugged, this electric food chopper will turn cooking chores into a fast and pleasant process.
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The CH180A from Kenwood may look smaller than other products in the same price range, however, it is actually more powerful than any regular food processor.
Even though it is a rather small food processor, we were pleasantly surprised to find out that the volume of the work bowl is no less than 350 ml, making up for around 150 g of chopping capacity. That makes the model suitable enough for preparing smaller portions of ingredients rather than for making minces that will suffice the whole family.
As for the power department, the unit is powered by a 300-watt motor that is capable of processing pretty much everything that is usually being put into food choppers. Additionally, the two speed modes make it easy to work with both meat and vegetables.
The only noticeable issue with this model is that it only has one button for both speeds. This odd quirk requires close attention to the sound that the mini food processor produces since it is basically one of the few ways to figure out what speed is on at the moment.
Despite some intricate aspects, this food chopper will be a good choice for both experienced and entry-level cooks as a personal device for making all kinds of dishes, shakes, and sauces, thanks to its simple and robust build.
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Great for Personal and Family Use
Unlike similar models, the Ninja NJ1002UKBK features not one but two work bowls with a maximum capacity of 500 ml each. Both of them are stackable, which eases the storage quite a bit. Nevertheless, when it comes to cleaning the bowls, it is recommended to rinse them after you take them out of the washing machine.
This small food processor includes unique Ninja blades that are extremely durable and quite sharp for any food processing model. Combined with the 200-watt motor, they make it easy to chop various ingredients. However, the fact that chopper has only 1 speed mode is a bit disappointing, to say the least.
As for the actual chopping, this particular model will be great for cutting down ingredients finely in just a few quick pulses, which will take around a couple of seconds. Alternatively, if you need to turn the ingredients into a puree or baby food, it will take up to 2-3 minutes. The controls, on the other hand, are quite intuitive and include only one button for pulse chopping. So, the longer you hold the button, the smaller the pieces you get.
Simple and easy to use, this device from Ninja BLade is definitely among the best mini food processor models available on the market in the medium price range today.
A Reliable Electric Food Chopper
The Cuisinart EC4HU is one of those devices that you can use on pretty much every known ingredient. This is achieved thanks to the great build quality and some compact design details that allow the device to grind, chop, and puree food with ease to match.
Equipped with a high-quality stainless steel blade, the unit also features the BladeLock™ system that won’t let the blade move as you pour the ingredients into the work bowl.
As an alternative to the dull chopping techniques and speed modes, this model features Chop and Grind buttons that allow the blade to turn in both directions and, as a result, move the food inside the bowl.
The bowl itself can fit up to 900 ml of any type of food, which is quite a lot for a mini processor model. Likewise, the transparent container is dishwasher safe and can be cleaned alongside other kitchenware.
The only gripe we have with this model is its loud operation when it chops food, which can get annoying quite fast. Nevertheless, since it doesn’t affect the actual performance of the grinder, it isn’t that huge of an issue.
In the end, if you are looking for a workhorse of a food processor, make no mistake - this model from Cuisinart will be the right pick for this role.
Compact Design and Capacious Bowl in One Package
The VonShef 13/13 has found a sweet spot between fully-fledged and small food processors. On top of that, the model's modest price alongside great food grinding capabilities makes it a go-to pick for users that value their time.
First things first, this model features a 200-watt motor that is powerful enough to chop down most vegetables and meats for making mince. If that doesn’t interest you, a 400-watt model is optionally available too. That being said, the main difference between them is how fast the food will be processed. So, if you won't be using the processor all that often, the 200-watt device will be more than enough.
Power aspects aside, let’s take a closer look at other specifications of this miniature device. The blades featured in this model are made of stainless steel and are quite sharp for such a budget-friendly model. As for the work bowl, it is simply enormous by food processor standards and can fit up to 1000 ml of ingredients.
Even though this compact food chopper is fairly stable when it comes to grinding large amounts of ingredients, the lack of non-slip grips shows, especially when chopping smaller batches. Thus, we recommend using the side handles located on the bowl to prevent the device from sliding.
To wrap things up, we would like to say that it is by far one of the best mini food processors in the budget price range, especially when it comes to capacity and time required to prepare the ingredients.
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What Is a Mini Food Processor?
Designed for smaller food batches, mini food choppers are capable of dealing with the same ingredients as their fully-fledged counterparts.
The common uses vary from chopping vegetables to grinding herbs and spices as well as making minced meat.
Upon picking the model that suits you, we recommend paying attention to the blade type since not all blades can universally grind hard ingredients like nuts, for example.
Supplementary means of control will come in handy in case you need a universal small size model constructed to deal with a variety of different foods and less so if you need a simple blender type of food processor.
Additionally, the work bowl capacity plays a big role. If you love to cook on a regular basis, aim for models with a bowl capacity of no less than 500 ml. Alternatively, if you want a device to make shake cocktails and smaller ingredient portions, a 200-350 ml bowl will be more than enough.
If you need a device that will suffice the whole family, we recommend these standard food processors. Now, if you wish to cook more intricate and delicious dishes, a good slow cooker will prove a more suitable choice.