Christmas is officially over – and now everyone is trying to figure out what to do with their holiday leftovers. Take a look at the Hamilton Beach Stack and Snap 10 Cup Food Processor. It’s a great way to turn your holiday leftovers into some yummy things that won’t make you feel like you’re having Christmas dinner over and over and over again for the next few months. You can effortlessly chop up that turkey or ham and make short work of soups, stews, and even casseroles. The same goes for the veggies. They do great double duty in all kinds of dishes, and you can even puree them and hide them in things like spaghetti sauce so the kids will eat them!
We received a Hamilton Beach Stack and Snap 10 Cup Food Processor in exchange for this post!
Um, one of the best things about this food processor is the ease of use. You simply stack and snap. There’s no awkward twisting or turning involved. It’s also got a nice function guide so you know exactly which blade you need and which button you should press. For those who have less than stellar kitchen skills, the guide will tell you exactly how to achieve the results you’re looking for.
The feed tube is large, so you don’t have to do too much pre‐slicing. Obviously, you can’t just throw a whole pumpkin in there, but you will have to do a lot less slicing to make pumpkin puree. While the powerful 450 watt motor is doing its work slicing and DICING with the reversible slice and shred disk, the sealed bowl prevents leaks. It’s a much cleaner method of food processing than with other machines.
The chopping S‐blade locks in the bowl and stays put during pouring, which means that the entire thing won’t plop out into the bowl, or worse – all over your clean counter. (Um…we’ve all been there unfortunately.) And you can easily process large batches of food with the 10‐cup capacity. Ten cups is a lot more than you think it is!
Cleanup is super simple – the blades, bowl, and lid are dishwasher safe, and the food processor has convenient cord storage in the back so that it won’t take up a lot of space in a cabinet or on your counter.
Um, once you start using a food processor, you’ll find tons of uses for it. It slices, dices, chops, grates, shreds, and purees all with the touch of a button. You can use it for making salsa, sauces, your own baby food, and other things like chicken salad, pesto, and smoothies!