With all the kitchen functions that a Ninja blender can perform, have you ever wondered, can a Ninja blender be used as a food processor? If you have, keep reading, and we will spread a little light on the subject.
In this article, we will explore:
- Can you use your Ninja blender as a food processor?
- Does the Ninja blender have a food processor attachment?
- Which Ninja blenders make the best food processors?
Let’s get started.
Can You Use Your Ninja Blender as a Food Processor?
Whether or not a Ninja blender can be used as a food processor depends on which model you choose to buy and what functions you want to perform.
Many people have stated that food processors are better suited for making coleslaw or grinding meat because their blades are sharper, and they can handle bigger chunks of food. Anyone who has used a Ninja blender knows that they have some of the sharpest blades on the market, and with an available, stackable blade system, they can handle chunks of edibles bigger than most food processors can fit down their shuts.
In truth, the only function that I have found that a food processor can perform beyond the capabilities of a full-sized Ninja blender like the Foodi Cold & Hot Blender is to make pretty uniform cuts like you would want cucumbers in a salad.
In my opinion, this shortfall is more than made up for by the Foodi Blenders’ ability to cook in the pitcher.
The good news for you is that with Ninja, you don’t have to choose one machine over the other. For close to the same investment as either appliance cost alone, you can buy a Ninja Kitchen System that gives you both a food processor and a top-of-a-line blender in one package.
The Ninja Pro Plus made our list of recommended blenders and is considered a ‘best buy’ at its price point.
The Ninja Pro Plus Kitchen System comes complete with:
- 1400 watt power base
- 72 oz blender pitcher
- 64 oz processor bowl
- Two 24 oz blending
- Four blade assemblies
Does the Ninja Blender Have a Food Processor Attachment?
Yes, Ninja does offer food processor attachments for its blenders.
If you presently own any blender available as part of a kitchen system, you can buy the food processor parts under the accessories tab on the Ninja website. Go to your model’s listing, open Parts and Accessory in the product details area, and click the Shop accessories button.
Which Ninja Blenders Make the Best Food Processors?
Our opinion here at Thrive Cuisine is that the best blender, food processor combo is the Ninja Pro Plus Kitchen System.
Both as a blender and a food processor, it offers power to spare and is capable of making:
- Frozen Desserts
- Salad Dressings
- Nut Butters
And performing the normal functions of a food processor.
Hey, I’m Joey. I’ve been cooking since I was a little kid and love everything about it. You can find my writing about food, kitchen appliances (such as blenders) and much more. Thanks for stopping by!