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If easy prep and versatility are what you’re after, consider the magic bullet Kitchen Express® your new BFF. This combo blender and food processor is simple and flexible with the goods to whip up your favorite dips, veggies, sweets, smoothies, and beyond. Margs and guac? Check and check. Easy coleslaw? We got you. The absolute best-o pesto? You get the idea. Make it all – and fast – from your very own kitchen counter.
Free 1-Year Warranty
- (1) 250W Motor Base
- (1) 3.5c Work Bowl with Feed Chute
- (1) Food Pusher
- (1) Stacked Chopping Blade
- (1) Reversible Slice/Shred Disc
- (1) Cross Blade
- (2) 16oz Tall Cups
- (1) To-Go Lid
- (1) User Guide
- (1) Recipe Book
- Dimensions - 5.5" x 5.5" x 13.8"
- Weight - 2.6 lbs
- Cord Length - 29.5"
One base, two attachments: switch
between a food processor and a
personal blender with a few easy
twists and clicks.
Less mess, less stress.
Dishwasher-safe accessories make
for ultra- breezy cleanup, while
the power base wipes clean with a
quick swipe of a damp cloth.
Does literally everything.
This little guy does it all: chops,
shreds, mixes, whips, blends, and
grinds to dish out deliciousness in
any and all forms.
Vibe with our guide.
Not sure where to jump in? Our
recipe guide serves up inspiration
that you can adapt to meet your
(and/or fridge contents).
Small but mighty.
Don’t let its countertop-friendly
size fool you: the Kitchen Express
can seriously shred. And blend.
And chop…you get the picture.
your magic bullet®
Accessories and extras for all
your magic bullet® needs.
A food processor is able to dice, slice, and shred foods while blenders are designed to pulverize them. A food processor can mince onions and garlic, for example, while a blender is meant to make smoothies or pureed sauces.
It really depends on what you’re making! For salad dressings or creamy dips like hummus, a blender and food processor may be used interchangeably. But if your goal is to shred ingredients like zucchini or carrots, or chop foods like cabbage or cucumber, you’ll want to use a food processor.
Generally, food processors have less powerful motors than blenders. While food processors are great for chopping, slicing, and dicing firmer ingredients, and pureeing soft ingredients like beans, they’re not really built for pulverizing or grinding tough ingredients. For nut butters, milk alternatives, or super-creamy smoothies, blenders work best.
All components are top-rack dishwasher-safe, except for the motor base, which should be carefully wiped down by hand. Never submerge the motor base in water.
You can chop vegetables, fruits, nuts, raw meat, and more in the food processor work bowl. Just make sure you have removed any rind, seeds, or pits from fruit and bones from meat prior to adding to the bowl.
Pulse allows you to have more control when blending or chopping ingredients. Unlike the standard “On” mode, which runs the motor continuously, the “Pulse” feature only powers the motor when the knob is twisted and held in the Pulse setting, and automatically stops as soon as the knob is released. This allows you to process your mixture in short bursts, which is helpful for certain recipes.