KitchenAid 11-Cup Food Processor

Last updated: January 2, 2019

KitchenAid 11-Cup Food Processor

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We looked at the top Food Processors and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Food Processor you should buy.

Overall Take

In our analysis of 23 expert reviews, the KitchenAid 11-Cup Food Processor placed 0th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The KitchenAid 11-Cup Food Processor with the exclusive ExactSlice system, slices from thick to thin with one slide of the lever. The multiple optimized speeds and distinctly designed stainless steel blades help in prepping food. Slice, shred, knead, puree and chop food quickly and easily.

Expert Reviews


What experts liked

This model performed very good in our shredding tests of cheddar cheese and carrots.

What experts didn't like

Controls not as easy to use as others

Overview

Why spend hours chopping vegetables when you can use a food processor to do it? Some recipes specifically call for a food processor, which makes it an essential part of every chef’s kitchen. But like many appliances, food processors range in price and capacity, which can make choosing one tough. Fortunately, there are a few things you can look for while you’re shopping that will make it easier.

The largest food processors can handle as much as 14 cups of food and liquid, making them perfect for those who cook for large groups. If not, though, as nice as it may be to have that capacity just in case you might need it someday, it might be worth considering a much smaller unit. The larger food processors are not only bulky, but they’re also heavy, making them tough to store when not in use.

A smaller-capacity food processor, on the other hand, can only handle up to a few cups of contents, which limits the recipes you can tackle. Even if you only cook for one or two people, or you live in a small space, check into the foods you’ll want to make before you choose one of those models.

On top of capacity, you should also pay close attention to the types of foods each processor can handle. If you plan to use your food processor to knead bread, for instance, you’ll need not only a unit with a larger bowl but one that has the accessories to tackle that task.

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