Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Food Processor with Compact Storage Review
This food is perfectly suited for someone whose kitchen cabinets just can’t handle any more gadgets, and coming in at less than $50 all-in, this model packs a lot of bang for your buck.
Flip the lid and feeding chute upside down to fit them conveniently inside the work bowl. It sounds like common sense, but that is actually not the case for a lot of large food processors. This model only comes with one two-way slicing/shredding disc and it’s slightly less powerful than some of the other food processors on this list, but the 500-watt engine is pretty impressive at that price point.
It only weighs a few pounds (it’s very light, especially for such a high volume work bowl), but the feet are actually suction cups, so it won’t go flying across the room mid-puree. It also has a cord storage area.
That’s why we chose the Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Food Processor with Compact Storage for people with limited kitchen storage.