Bullet Express Meal Maker

Is the Bullet Express Trio the right food processor for you? To answer this question you need to think about your needs and use frequency. Durability and performance problems can be an issue for some inexpensive food processors, so pick a good machine for the functions you need the most and then worry about nice to have features that you may occasionally use.

The Bullet Express 8 minute meal machine is a good option if you are looking to save cupboard or countertop space but you can also consider other food processor / blender combo machines (like the Ninja Master below) and get a separate juicer if you are more serious about juicing.

If your family is small, you are usually cooking for yourself or you usually need to deal with small chopping and slicing tasks to make some salsa, chop garlic, etc, a low cost mini chopper like the highly reviewed Black & Decker below may be the best “food processor” for you and will definitely cost less than the Bullet Express Trio meal machine.

If you are serious about food processing consider these top rated Cuisinart and KitchenAid models.

Cuisinart Prep 11 Plus DLC-2011

At about $160, the large capacity Cuisinart Prep 11 Plus 11-Cup DLC-2011 does a great job at chopping, slicing, shredding and kneading dough. Some customers complain about processing long foods with this machine because the blades don’t engage until the food pusher is at least half way down the feed tube which requires you to first cut food into shorter pieces. And you are also paying much more than what you need to pay for the Magic Bullet Express Trio meal machine.

KitchenAid KFP720

At about $100, the KitchenAid 7-Cup KFP720 is a smaller quiet food processor that works great for chopping and slicing but it is not so good for kneading dough. It also comes with a convenient 3-cup bowl for small batches.

Black & Decker Ergo EHC650

If your slicing and dicing needs are small, don’t waste your money with the Magic Bullet Express Trio meal maker and just buy this effective and inexpensive mini chopper for only about $20. You can then invest your money in a better juicer than the Magic Bullet juicer if you are serious about juicing.

Euro-Pro Ninja Master Prep Blender and Food Processor

At about $50, the Euro-Pro's Ninja Master Prep blender and food processor its inexpensive and well equipped with a 400-watt motor, a 2-cup processor bowl or 48-ounce pitcher. The four individual Ninja blades handle any job from mincing onions to crushing ice, and wide, no-slip bases and a splashguard on the pitcher keep everything steady and clean. For added convenience, storage lids are included and all removable parts are dishwasher-safe.