Cuisinart 7-Cup Food Processor: $59.99 shipped (Amazon)

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Right now, you can snag the Cuisinart 7-Cup Food Processor for just $59.99 plus FREE shipping on Amazon! While I think that Amazon’s suggested retail price of $235 may be inflated, it looks like most other online retailers are selling it for close to $115. Kosher on a Budget is also noting this is the lowest price she’s ever seen for this model on Amazon. So in my book, it’s a deal!

This item has received an average 4.5 stars after 81 reviews. Here are the product specs, from Amazon:

  • Lexan 7-cup work bowl virtually shatterproof, dishwasher-safe
  • One-piece Supreme wide mouth feed tube holds whole fruits and vegetables
  • Stainless-steel slicing disc, shredding disc, chopping/mixing blade, and dough blade
  • Speed automatically adjusts to ensure proper dough consistency
  • Includes spatula, recipe/instruction book, and how-to DVD

Please note that prices on Amazon can change at any time, and without notice.

Is it weird to share I’ve never owned a food processor? I am reading through the things it can do and wondering if it would get some use in my kitchen. Thoughts?

Thanks, Kosher on a Budget!


Comments

  1. says

    I just recently bought one at Costco about four months ago and use it for EVERYTHING. Our blender broke right after we bought the food processor, so I basically use it for everything. I make homemade salsa in it, Larabars (great for chopping dried fruit) and have made homemade almond butter. Just throw in the almonds and process for about 15 minutes. I can’t imagine not having it now! This is a good price.

  2. Krista says

    We bought this in 2011 from Amazon for $69.99 and totally love it! Making nut butters, salsas, chopping fruit, shredding cheese & potatoes….it’s just great.

  3. Cristie says

    Angela,
    I had a blender before I got a food processor, and I actually put mine in a garage sale! My Cuisinart 7 cup food processor has been used for making sorbet, butter, whipped cream, my husband’s favorite cranberry catchup, pie crusts, and my kid’s favorite, sugar cookies! We’ve used it for making juice, large amounts of shredded cheese, and most recently, for making orange marmalade! I’ve had mine for almost 10 years and have accomplished putting a crack in the lid (It’s had a hard life!). So, this is a tempting deal! Thanks for posting!

  4. Vee says

    I’ve had the same Cuisinart for over 20 years, so it has quite a workout. One thing I found was that in order to be fully used, it had to stay on the counter. I use it instead of the mixer sometimes, and love the slicing and shredding discs. The best idea I ever had though was to use it to blend my kids’ homemade (cooked) play dough. They were so thrilled to “make” their own and no burned fingers!

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