Magimix Food Processor Review (and giveaway!)

You guys may have noticed that I’ve been making a lot of dips and juices lately. I owe that to this bad boy showing up at my door:

A little over a month ago Magixmix by Robot-Coupe reached out to me to see if I would be interested in reviewing their food processor and juicer attachment. Robot-Coupe is a French company that has been making high-quality, professional kitchen equipment since the 1960’s. They are a leader in the professional  industry, and a leader in the domestic kitchen equipment industry ever since they created their high-end Magimix by Robot-Coupe line in the 1970’s. Their Magimix line is designed for home cooks, and is to food processors what Vitamix is to blenders and KitchenAid is to mixers. They have been incredibly successful with their domestic line in Europe (Julia Child was a huge fan) and are looking to bring those same high-performing, best-selling products to the US and Canada. They are now available at Williams Sonoma, Chefs Catalog, and Zola.

I’m sure this is not a shock to you guys, but Josh and I are really into kitchen appliances. He’s a fabulous cook and I love to eat good food. Everything on our wedding registry was somehow related to the kitchen. Now that we’re in Omaha, we have a great apartment kitchen that I love getting to use. In our first year (almost) of marriage, we have really enjoyed creating healthy, delicious meals together.

I was sent the 14 cup Food Processor. Here are some stats on it:

  • Made in France.
  • The base is stainless steel.
  • The size is 10 1/4″ x 8 1/4″ x 16 3/4″ high.
  • It comes with 6 cup, 12 cup, and 14 cup bowls. This is nice because it lets you prepare various foods for a meal without stopping to wash a bowl each time.
  • The small bowl is perfect for mincing herbs, chopping nuts or blending a sauce.
  • The medium bowl is ideal for slicing, grating and making julienne cuts.
  • The large bowl handles prep jobs like mixing batters, kneading dough and slicing or chopping large batches of vegetables.
  • It has a 950 W motor. This thing is powerful!
  • The motor automatically adjusts power and speed to suit job at hand.
  • Sabatier stainless-steel blades and stainless-steel discs are strong enough for a variety of tasks, including crushing ice.
  • The removable parts are dishwasher safe.

It also comes with:

  • Dough blade.
  • 2 grating discs; 2mm and 4 mm.
  • 2 slicing discs; 2 mm and 4 mm.
  • Blender mix attachment.
  • Egg whisk.
  • Spatula.
  • Recipe book and DVD.
  • Storage box.

I love that this food processor is so versatile. Stocking a kitchen can be expensive, so it’s important to invest in products that are going to last and that do the most for you. I plan on having my kitchen appliances for decades to come, and I’m always looking for the ones that will give me the most bang for my buck. The Magimix Food Processor definitely does that. I also love that all the tools and accessories are able to be easily and neatly stored. Counter space is at a premium for us, so being able to tuck some things under the counter but still have them easily accessible means a lot.

I also received the Juice Extractor and Smoothie Attachment. Here are some stats on it:

  • Made in France.
  • A Williams Sonoma exclusive.
  • Includes: extractor funnel, and paddle.
  • Efficiently processes juice for jams, jellies, sorbets and soups.
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe.

I love that the juice attachment is such an easy add-on to the food processor. I love juices, but don’t have the counter space to have a separate juicer. For us, we mince, slice, blend, and mix multiple times a week, while we juice maybe once a week. We prioritized the food processor over the juicer as it fit our needs better. This is similar to how we prioritized a mixer over a pasta maker. We have fun making fresh noodles together but do that once in a blue moon. We use a mixer every time we bake. For us, it made sense to get a fabulous mixer, and then get the pasta attachment. I’m sure there are people out there with a separate kitchen product for every possible cooking process, but the thought of organizing and storing all those things makes my head hurt.

From top left going clockwise: Mexican Style Jugo Juice, Pineapple Cucumber Delight, Carrot Apple Ginger Juice, and Fresh Guacamole

We have been putting the Magimix food processor and juice extractor attachment through their paces this past month. It has passed with flying colors and earned its prized spot on our counter top, right next to our toaster, Keurig, Vitamix, and KitchenAid.

The pros:

  • It’s powerful! Holy crap this thing processes and juices like it’s on steroids. The first time Josh used it to chop up some veggies, he gasped at how fast it worked. Our previous food processor was not a low-quality product at all, but the Magimix annihilated it. I do not believe there is a better food processor out there on the market.
  • It’s quiet. Machines that cut up and juice things are always going to make noise, but this one is so much quieter than other products I’ve used. My parents’ food processor used to make their puppies run and hide it was so loud. That would not happen with the Magimix.
  • It’s solid. There is nothing I hate more than spending a lot of money on something and getting a cheap product in return. The quality of the materials used in the product should match the price and this one does. It’s not a cheap food processor, but you can not find a more well-made one.
  • It’s super high volume. I love that it can hold 14 cups. That is essential to making food preparation as painless as possible. I’ve been able to chop up all my veggies and make big batches of juice in one go with no worries.
  • It’s like having a real juicer! I was dubious about how well the juicer would work since it’s an attachment on a machine and not its own machine. I was amazed at how the juice came out exactly like juices I’ve made with friends using their high-end, full-size juicers. The juice is nice and smooth without any weird clumps or lumps, it’s made fast, and it’s made quietly. The juice attachment was quieter than any other juicer I’ve used as well.

The cons:

  • The cost. I would never call a $400 food processor cheap or affordable. I would call it a good value and smart investment if you’re looking to buy a multi-purpose appliance that you don’t have to worry about fixing or replacing. This really depends on your personal mindset and budget. Josh and I care about, enjoy, and prioritize cooking. We spend money on products from brands like All Clad and Le Creuset. This product is the best of the best, but I would never tell someone that is trying to save money on kitchen appliances that a $100 food processor wouldn’t meet their needs.
  • Cleaning the juicer attachment is a pain in the butt. There’s a paddle to scrape off the pulp that works as well as it can, but removing wet pulp from a strainer is never a fun process. This is true of all juicers, but I would love for Magimix to come up with a way to make this process as easy as rinse and be done. The juice attachment is dishwasher friendly which is awesome, but I’m weird and don’t like putting my nice kitchen products in the dishwasher. I know it’s irrational, but I’m terrified something bad will happen.

Would I spend my own money on this? Absolutely.

I was incredibly impressed by the products and would recommend them to my family and friends without hesitation. I’m now a big fan of the Magimix brand and am eying their side-opening, see-through toaster. Our current toaster is dying a slow, sad death and we desperately need to replace it. It’s one of the only things we didn’t register for. Josh has had our current one for years and is quite attached. I guess everything happens for a reason, because if we got a new toaster a year ago we wouldn’t be in the market for one now and have such a cool option.

Magimix by Robot-Coupe was incredibly kind to offer up a 14-cup food processor and juice extractor attachment to one lucky Girl Gone Veggie reader.

To enter to win you have following the options. Each of the following options counts as an entry. Make sure to leave an individual comment for each entry so I can correctly count how many entries you have.

1. Leave a comment letting me know why you want a Magimix by Robot-Coupe food processor and juice extractor.

2. Subscribe to the Girl Gone Veggie weekly round-up newsletter by entering your email in the submission box on the top of my blog. I will never spam you. I just send out a weekly email with a link to all my blog posts from that week.

3. Follow Magimix USA on Twitter

4. Like Magimix North America on Facebook

5. Follow Girl Gone Veggie on Instagram

6. Tweet: I entered to win a @magimixusa food processor and juicer from @girlgoneveggie. More info here: #giveaway

The giveaway will be close Wednesday, June 18th at 11pm CST. Good luck!

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Magimix. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


  1. Erin C says

    Um I want this because it sounds pretty fantastic. I’ve been thinking about trying juicing and just can’t justify the expense. I also had a kitchen DISASTER attempting to chop up all the vegetables I needed for the veggie lasagna I made 3 weeks ago. We’re talking vegetables EVERY WHERE.

  2. Maggie says

    I would love to win a new food processor because mine recently died while I was trying to make a dip for a family party…sad day. Awesome giveaway though!

  3. says

    I would love this! I try to make a lot of my own nut butters and it seems to take forever in my current food processor! I bet this would do the job in half the time!

  4. says

    Would LOVE to have this in my own kitchen. Years ago I had a Braun with all the attachments and when we moved onto the boat and didn’t have room for it, I lent it to my husband’s niece who is a home-ec teacher. When we moved back onto land, I didn’t have the heart to ask for it back and have never replaced it. Wouldn’t this new one be awesome?

  5. says

    I’ve been wanting a food processor so badly for the last year! I’d love to be able to make my own hummus and granola bars using this!

  6. says

    I would absolutely love to win!!! I always try to make bliss balls in my Ninja and it is a MESS. I’m in serious need of a food processor and this one looks fantastic! Thanks for the chance to win :)

  7. Kelly D says

    I would like to make my own juices and smoothies so I could eat healthier and encourage my family to eat & drink more fruits and veggies.

  8. says

    what a great opportunity for you to get to review it! I would love to start doing more juicing and this would be a great way. Plus my food processor just passed away, so this would come in quite handy. Thanks for the chance!

  9. Heidi Embrey says

    Hi! I want this because we are trying to get more creative with what we cook. With 5 people in the family and a budget we make every meal from scratch. My 16 year old daughter is an alchemist in the kitchen and has asked for a food processor and an ice cream maker for Christmas already so I’ve been looking into those. This looks like the best there is so wow that would be awesome! Thanks! Wish me luck :)

  10. says

    Wow this looks powerful. Powerful enough to help me make some of those raw food recipes that I can’t do with my cheap processor and blender! That’s why I NEED it! 😉

  11. Stefanie Gladden says

    I’d love to win because we don’t have a food processor in my house & would love to have one to make some more delicious food!

  12. Casey says

    I’ve been wanting to make my own juice forever, I’ve just never been able to save enough on my grad student budget to get a food processor :)

  13. Sandra says

    I would love to own Magimix because food processor I bought last year just really isn’t making the cut (get it, cut?)! We have been dying to be able to do more unique dishes with a device like this!

  14. Jordan says

    I don’t own a food processor, but I desperately need one. This one sounds like it does everything and more!

  15. Em Robin says

    I’d love a Magimix–need to replace my 32 year old food processor that now has broken attachments and is on its last leg

  16. Debby says

    I want a Magimix by Robot-Coupe food processor and juice extractor because I don’t have a food processor (or juice extractor)!
    It looks fantastic. I could make so much with it!

  17. Debby says

    I subscribe to the Girl Gone Veggie weekly round-up newsletter (with this same email I used to post comment)

  18. Rust says

    This processor would make so many of my cooking tasks easier and quicker, and the juicer would be wonderful for healthier juices.

  19. Karen D says

    I would like this because it would be an extra special gift for my fantastic daughter-in-law. She has two high-energy young boys, and could use the time savings this great food-processor would provide.

  20. says

    I want a Magimix by Robot-Coupe food processor and juice extractor.because I want to make smoothies and incorporate vegetables and fruits so my family will have healthy foods and drinks that they might otherwise not choose

  21. Birdiebee says

    I love spending my time in the kitchen making dishes for my family but have never owned a food processor before nor a juice extractor. I love to make guacamole and hummus and have had my eye on a juicer for well over a year. I would love to own the Magimix by Robot-Coupe food processor and juice extractor to take care of the wants of my family as well as myself.

  22. Ben (ada) says

    I’ve been shopping for both of these things separately, so to have them combined into one would be awesome!!

  23. Annette says

    I’ve own a food processor since the 80s, but never did I realize how much I use/need one until the past few years. While the others have done the job, none have had as many features as this. I’d love to use the juicer on the fresh oranges from my dad’s trees.

  24. says

    I have been wanting a food processor for a while now and having one that I know is good quality would be great! Plus I’ve been really intrigued by juicing but don’t have room for a ton of different kitchen appliances in my apartment.

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