Best KitchenAid Food Processor Reviews of 2021

A KitchenAid food processor has many features, and they make food preparation quick and easy.  However, buying the right food processor mainly depends on what your needs are. 

If you have a big family or want to serve a large gathering, it only makes sense to use one with a large bowl capacity.

You may want to use a processor daily for preparing protein shakes, smoothies, and fresh, homemade juice mixes.  The processor is also for baking biscuits and heavenly bread. 

You can spend a little or a lot on the unit, but the amount you pay doesn’t necessarily mean better.  Let’s do a quick assessment of a few of the KitchenAid food processors to find the one that is right for you and your kitchen.

Best KitchenAid Food Processors for 2021

1. KitchenAid Food Processor KFP1642OB Pro Line

Key Features

  • Hands-free, commercial-like processing
  • Slices precisely the same every time
  • 3 in 1 Large Mouth Feeder Tube
  • 16 Cup Capacity Work Bowl with UltraTight Seal
  • 10 Cup Capacity Work Bowl
  • 4 Cup Capacity Work Bowl
  • one Dice Kit
  • 1 Cleaning Device
  • one Adjustable Disc for Slicing
  • another Reversible Disc for Shredding
  • one Multi-purpose Blade
  • another Dough Blade
  • a Spatula
  • lastly, a Storage Case
  • 18 inches x 12 inches x 9 inches

Pros

  • One appliance for multiple jobs so it saves time and money
  • Quick and simple adjustable functional accessories
  • Looks attractive in any kitchen
  • Is serviceable
  • Large capacity for extra helpings when surprise guests arrive
  • Small bowl for small dishes and small families
  • Locking ring, preventing leakage and messes

Cons

  • It’s heavy, weighs 28.5

2. KitchenAid Food Processor, 14 Cup, Exact Slicing System (KFP1466CU)

Key Features

  • Largemouth feeder suited for fruits and vegetables
  • A specially designed lid-locking system
  • 3 speedy controls (high, low, and pulse)
  • one 13 cup capacity work bowl
  • another 4 cup capacity work bowl
  • an additional External adjustable and accurate slicing disc
  • one Reversible shredding disc
  • one Dough blade
  • another Multi-purpose blade, including 1 mini blade
  • lastly, a Sturdy spatula and a handy container for the accessories
  • 63 in x 10.88 in x 11.81 in
  • 18 pounds
  • One Year Replacement Warranty

Pros

  • Stuff work bowl, without spillage
  • Works with hard and soft food; ample slices and dice sizes
  • Precision slices every time
  • Kneads, chops, and purees for smoothness and consistency
  • Quick, easy set up; just as easy to break down for storing
  • Multiple speeds to choose from

Cons

  • It’s a little on the pricey side
  • The feeding tube has 3 attachments; more to keep up with
  • The unit is bulky, so it takes up too much storage room in my cabinets

3. KitchenAid KFP1133WH 11 Cup another KitchenAid Food Processor

Key Features

  • 12 capacity work bowl
  • 10 capacity chef’s bowl
  • 4 capacity mini bowl and mini blade
  • Pulse control
  • Wide and narrow feeder tubes
  • Multi-purpose stainless-steel blades
  • Dough blade, press for citrus, and a whip
  • 3 discs used to shred and slice
  • one Spatula and convenient case for storage
  • Parts are dishwasher safe
  • 700 watts
  • 10-½” x 8-¼” x 16-⅛”
  • 3 lbs
  • 1-year factory warranty

Pros

  • Everything in one appliance for a lot of jobs done right
  • Chops without over-processing for perfection and lots of compliments
  • Easy on the ears
  • Good looking, sturdy appliance
  • Great for pureeing for delicious tasting applesauce
  • User-friendly; a child can use it (but be careful with that!)
  • Slices evenly for attractive sides

Cons

  • It doesn’t break down small pieces into smaller pieces as I want them.

4. KitchenAid Food Chopper review KFC3516ER Chef Series 3.5 Cup

Key Features

  • 3-cup bowl
  • Electronic pulse pad
  • Reverse-spiral-action blade
  • Precise control
  • 240 watts
  • Both wet and dry compartments
  • 4 ” x 11.4” x 8 ”
  • 2 pounds
  • One-year “total replacement” warranty
  • Available in 14 different colors
  • Extractable parts are dishwasher safe

Pros

  • Just right for small households
  • Perfect for making salad dressings, dips, and cake frosting
  • Pulls down meats and vegetables for consistency
  • Its super-sharp blades crush hard blocks of cheese and meats
  • Breaks down vegetables
  • You can pour in ingredients while the machine is in use
  • Less work in the kitchen
  • The lid has two compartments
  • Cleanup is simple

Cons

  • Not good for big food items
Jennifer Dumas

My name is Jennifer! Welcome to Dinners and Dreams. My goal here is to encourage you to try out recipes you never thought you could make at home. Furthermore, I also review products that I have used in the past or currently using to make every day buying decisions easier and to ensure you get the best value for your money.

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