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    Default Mini Food Processor

    Can anyone recommend me a good mini food processor?

    I only want it to chop nuts and seeds, make bread crumbs, herbs etc....so nothing big that needs to be done in batches etc....

    I have googled the Breville Mini Wizz, and so far this one seems about the right size, easy to store etc.....but I was hoping to get some reviews/recommendations before I actually buy one.

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    Would you look at a stick blender with the attachment like a food processor? That's what I use all the time. It's perfect for making dips, blending baby food, but has the added bonus of the long stick mixer for doing soups, and mine came with a whisk attachment too.

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    I got the breville mini wizz - and burnt out the motor the first time I used it by chopping nuts! The motor really isn't powerful enough for nuts

    I have one of the stick blender/processor ones now like mentioned above - it's much better. I desperately want a really powerful one though so I can make nut butters!

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    I have the sunbeam stick master pro which is great as it has a mini blender, whisk and stick blender attachment but I use a coffee grinder for nuts, herbs and whole spices etc - much stronger blades

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    Is the Sunbeam stickmaster strong enough to do nuts? Without it burning out?

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    I've got the Russell Hobbs mini processor which so far has been good for; nuts, breadcrumbs, vegetables, crushed ice etc.

    I also find the size handy enough for my needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambino View Post
    Is the Sunbeam stickmaster strong enough to do nuts? Without it burning out?
    I've only done pine nuts in it for pesto no problems - ill chuck some walnuts in it tomorrow morning and test it for you!

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    Thanks ladies.
    I ended up buying the Cuisnart Mini Prep Processor (from Amazon).
    It is strong enough to do any nuts/seeds without burning out
    It's compact and just the right size for what I need and storage.


 

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