Excerpt: Good for small chopping duties. Dicing onions, chopping nut meats. Very small capacity. Plastic container seems very fragile. Will suffice for my infrequent baking projects. Not as sturdy as one i replaced, but much more compact than my kitchen center was. Not suitable if cooking for a family. Was this review helpful?
Summary: I was so happy to find a 3 cup processor. I made my own baby food for my first baby and plan to do so again with the second baby. I used a 6-8 cup one, but sometimes that was too much. I also love to use the processor for "shredding" veggies. Like carrots for cake and zucchini for bread. I have found that it doesn't chop the zucchini very well at all. With my big processor I can fill it to the top and it will chop it all down.
Excerpt: I've had a large Cuisinart for over 20 years and finally decided to purchase a little mini prep because it is such a pain to lug out my regular food processor every time I want to chop an onion or a potato or grind up some nuts for a recipe that doesn't require much. I also love this little mini-prep for chopping up (basically it's grinding it up) the delicious chicken salad spread I make with the leftovers from the rotisserie chickens I buy at Sam's Club.