Cuisinart Dough Blender

Last updated date: December 5, 2019

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Cuisinart Dough Blender

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 56 expert reviews, the Cuisinart Cuisinart Dough Blender placed 7th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note February 5, 2020:
Checkout The Best Pastry Cutter for a detailed review of all the top pastry cutters.

Expert Summarized Score
7 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
301 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
It’s nicely-designed to fit in most hands and has an ergonomic handle that offers a soft-grip, it is non-slip and very comfortable.
- Best Selected Products
There are four blades and it's designed to match medium to large-handed users, with its soft-grip handle making it easier to work with.
- Home Gear X
The mixture blender frequently turns into a cook’s most loved kitchen device and it guarantees ingredients are appropriately combined. The major advantage of the product is that it comes with a lifetime warranty and is also durable.
- Blender Review Hub
This helps cooks be efficient, professional, and to accomplish more in a shorter time.
- Top Portal Review
August 17, 2019 | Full review
Another good feature of this dough blender is that dough or any other material is not gonna stick to it easily. You can wash it safely in a dishwasher, but in reality, you can just as easily wash with some mild soap under a stream of warm water.
- Jane's Kitchen
It is not only soft but it is also non-slip too. So we bet that the quality of this product is long-lasting.
- Carlsbad Art Splash
May 11, 2019 | Full review
The blades on the Cuisinart dough blender are second to none on sharpness which makes cutting though dough and other ingredients swift and clean.
- Blender Expert
June 3, 2019 | Full review
What experts didn't like
The package doesn't include accessories.
- Home Gear X
Weak handle: Sadly, this product suffers from the same problem as a lot of other pastry blenders and will break if under a lot of pressure.
- Jane's Kitchen

From The Manufacturer

These specialty tools are designed for bakers. Whether making dough or cookies, or cleaning up, these gadgets make it all easier.

Overall Product Rankings

Spring Chef Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender
1. Spring Chef Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender
Overall Score: 9.7
Expert Reviews: 10
Homy Feel Round Pastry Cutter Set, 12-Piece
2. Homy Feel Round Pastry Cutter Set, 12-Piece
Overall Score: 9.4
Expert Reviews: 1
K&S Artisan Pastry Cutter Set, 5-Piece
3. K&S Artisan Pastry Cutter Set, 5-Piece
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 4
Ultra Cuisine Round Pastry Cutter Set, 11-Piece
4. Ultra Cuisine Round Pastry Cutter Set, 11-Piece
Overall Score: 9.3
Expert Reviews: 4
Zulay Kitchen Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender
5. Zulay Kitchen Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 1
Spring Chef Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender
6. Spring Chef Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 4
Cuisinart Dough Blender
7. Cuisinart Dough Blender
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 7
OXO Bladed Dough Blender and Cutter
8. OXO Bladed Dough Blender and Cutter
Overall Score: 9.2
Expert Reviews: 10
SUMO Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender
9. SUMO Pastry Cutter and Dough Blender
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 5
HULISEN Pastry Scraper, Blender, & Cutter Set, 3-Piece
10. HULISEN Pastry Scraper, Blender, & Cutter Set, 3-Piece
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 3

An Overview On Pastry Cutters

Making delicious foods like pastries and cookies can be fun and rewarding, provided you have the proper tools. One of those tools is a pastry cutter, which you’ll need to use if you ever see a recipe that calls for “cutting” butter into the dough. This direction is designed to keep the butter from becoming incorporated into the dough itself.

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You don’t need a pastry cutter to cut butter into dough, but it makes the task much easier. You can, instead, put dough on your fingers and quickly press the butter in, but if you aren’t careful, the butter will begin to melt, and the integrity of the recipe will be at risk. You can also use a food processor, but those are more expensive and involved than a pastry cutter, which is an affordable item you can keep in your kitchen cabinet for whenever you need it.

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When you’re working with dough, your hands and wrists can suffer fatigue after a while. A rubberized handle can cut down on that, providing cushioning that will keep your hands comfortable for a typical cutting session. Some pastry cutters also come in multiple sizes, which comes in handy if you have large hands that make standard pastry cutters difficult to maneuver.

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Many pastry cutters are sold in sets that include cookie or biscuit cutters. You may only need a pastry cutter, at which point this type of bundle won’t help you, but it’s worth considering if you think you might ever want to make cookies or biscuits. Some biscuit cutters are even available in multiple sizes to let you customize your baking experience.

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The blade of your pastry cutter is also an important feature. You’ll see some pastry cutters that advertise a thin blade, while others promote the durability of their thicker blades. Thin, sharp blades can be very effective in cutting through hard, sticky dough, so they might be a more versatile option.

DWYM Fun Fact

Although the terms “cookie cutters” and “biscuit cutters” can be used interchangeably, cookie cutters typically come in more varieties. In addition to the round shapes used for cutting dough into biscuits, cookie cutters can be shaped like trees, snowmen and other festive items around the holidays. In addition to different shapes, cookie cutters can also have imprints that will print a specific emblem or shape onto the top of the cookie. The National Cookie Cutter Historical Museum in Joplin, Missouri displays cookie cutters throughout history, including some from Europe, where cookie cutting has been in practice for centuries.

The Pastry Cutter Buying Guide

  • Although many pastry cutters emphasize how durable and heavy-duty they are, the truth is that most can withstand years of use without incident. However, a sturdier build can also make a pastry cutter easier to use, especially if the handle is thick and rubber-covered. That rubber will soften the contact between the cutter and your hand, making for a more comfortable cutting experience.
  • One concern with pastry cutters is rust. Look for food-grade stainless steel construction.
  • In addition to comfort, a rubberized handle can also prevent your hand from slipping while you’re cutting, which helps keep you safe. No matter what handle your pastry cutter of choice has, make sure slipping won’t be a problem.
  • Pastry cutters can go well beyond cutting butter into dough. They can be used as mashers and blenders for making baby food, hard-boiled eggs, guacamole and much more.
  • With the pastry cutters that include cookie cutters, consider the types of cookies you’ll make. Some sets include decorating stencils that will allow you to make festive cookies for the holidays or other occasions.
  • Cleanup is another factor, especially considering how messy working with dough can be. Most pastry cutters are dishwasher safe, but for best results, wash them on the top rack.
  • Since the blades of pastry cutters can be sharp, it’s important to keep safety in mind as you pick one, particularly if the youngest members of your family will be helping you out. Some pastry cutters have rolled-top edges for foolproof cutting, but you should always use caution when working around blades. Some biscuit cutters have dangerous seams, so look for one with a more seamless design if safety is a concern.
  • Another safety concern relates more to chemicals leaching into the food you’re making. Food-grade stainless steel takes this into consideration, often ensuring there are no chemicals or toxins that can worry health-conscious households.