The Best Food Processor Under $200

How did we come up with this list of the best food processors in each price range? We read thousands of consumer reviews for every model available today. We coupled that with our combined considerable experience in restaurants, in retail food industries and as dedicated home cooks. Not only have we used the models in question, but working with thousands of new cooks throughout our careers has helped us to understand the reasons behind some bad reviews. Many of these negative reviews stem from a lack of food processor knowledge on the part of the user. We have come up with the best option in each price category to spare consumers the days or weeks of research it would take to reach similar conclusions. Here is our pick for the best food processor under $200:

The refurbished KitchenAid KFPW760WH 700-Watt 12-Cup Food Processor with an included 4 cup mini bowl offers tremendous value. By buying refurbished, you get a great machine at a much lower price. It is a solid, sturdy machine that will provide years of valuable assistance in the kitchen. It can handle all the tough tasks, such as kneading bread or pasta dough. The two bowl sizes allow you to always have the proper size for the job at hand. KitchenAid has an excellent customer service record, leaving you protected if something does go wrong. Click here to buy or read more reviews.

Keep in mind that prices do fluctuate. We use the average price over the last several months to place each product in the proper category, but occasionally the actual price may be more or less than stated.


KitchenAid 700-Watt 12-Cup Food Processor


Bowl Size Full Size with mini bowl – 12 Cup and 4 cup bowls


Accessories and extrasdual feed tubes, a full size multipurpose stainless-steel blade, a smaller stainless-steel blade for the 4 cup bowl, a 2-mm slicing disc, a 4-mm slicing disc, as well as a 4-mm shredding disc, dough blade, spatula, recipe book and storage case

Warrantyone year hassle free replacement

Overall Rating4.5 out of 5 stars

Overall ReviewThis food processor is ideal for almost any home cook. It has the large capacity bowl for anyone who prepares food for more than 2 people as well as the mini bowl for smaller projects. It easily chops, grates, purees and slices as well as preparing dough. 90% of the reviewers love this model and gave it 4 or 5 stars. They marvel at it's quiet yet powerful motor, how useful the two bowls and several accessories are, and it's overall solid performance. The most commonly used accessories are included making this machine quite useful from day one. This is a great value and the editor's pick for the best mid-priced food processor.

The most common complaint from the other 10%? Leakage. You can not fill any food processor bowl anywhere near the top without leakage resulting. You must either do multiple batches or use a blender. This main bowl does have a clearly marked liquid fill line. The mini bowl does not, but a good general rule is to only fill a work bowl about halfway. When used as intended, this is a great machine.See all 540 Reviews