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What’s the difference between a food processor and food mixer?

Find out everything about the differences between food processors and food mixers.

If you’re passionate about cooking but don’t want to spend hours prepping ingredients, food processors and food mixers can make meal times infinitely easier! Our handy guide will tell you about the differences between these two kitchen gadgets and how they can enhance your culinary creations.

Food Processors

Food processors are great for slicing and dicing your favourite food. These kitchen gadgets are great all-rounders, and Kenwood models have a large range of attachments too. Accessories like dough tools, julienne blades and mini bowls help you make light loaves, super salads and delicious dips at the touch of a button. Food processors are perfect if you like to do a bit of everything in the kitchen, from making hearty soups to decadent cakes.

Kenwood processors

Food Mixers

If you fancy yourself to be the next Paul Hollywood, a food mixer might be the thing for you. These kitchen accessories are a great partner if you love to bake your own bread or pizza, as they have a handy tool that kneads dough to perfection. And with a Kenwood food mixer, you can get different accessories so you aren’t limited to breads. For example, whisks can help you whip up deliciously fluffy meringue, or if you fancy something a bit sweeter, there’s a tool that’s ideal for mixing cake batter.

Kenwood mixers