Giveaway: Magimix by Robot-Coupe 14-cup Food Processor

** This giveaway has ended. Check back on Sunday for the winner!**
Welcome to Simple Living Media’s Home for the Holidays! We’ve got 15 giveaways across the entire network this week—all great gift ideas, perfect for the holidays.

I’m so very excited about today’s giveaway item because I feel like I’m sharing a valuable discovery with you as well as giving away a top of the line kitchen tool…

Yep, I’m kicking things off with a Magimix by Robot-Coupe 14-cup Food Processor!

Valued at approximately $450,the Magimix  is the best of the best food processors and built to last. How do I know that? Because Robot-Coupe, the inventor of the food processor, has been in every commercial kitchen I have ever worked it.

Allow me to let you in on a little secret: I have never owned a food processor for home use, until now. I just knew I wouldn’t be entirely happy with the models on the market, plus I wasn’t willing to spend the money on a kitchen appliance I knew wouldn’t last as long as I wanted it to and wouldn’t be able to perform to my standards.

Then I heard about Magimix, made in France by Robot-Coupe. What? A food processor for home use made by a company I trusted and adored? It was almost too good to be true.

A host of my kitchen tasks are now simplified thanks to the 14-cup Magimix food processor that resides on my counter. It out-performs my highest expectations, cleans in a snap and I’m happy to say it will be around for the long haul. A good thing, as my family is growing.

Some of my favorite features of the Magimix include its powerful (950W), extra-quiet motor that I’ve seen be put to the test in commercial kitchens, and the trio of work bowls that allows you to carry out multiple tasks in rapid succession, without stopping to wash a bowl.

  • The small bowl (mini) is perfect for mincing herbs for pesto, creaming a nut butter, or making mayonnaise.
  • The medium bowl (midi) is ideal for slicing vegetables and grating cheese.
  • The large bowl (main) handles big prep jobs like kneading dough, slicing a large batch of vegetables, and liquefying soups.

I recently turned an entire 10-lb bag of onions into my French Onion Soup base. The bulk of the task – slicing the onions – was done in just two batches in the Magimix thanks to its large bowl, a razor-sharp Sabatier stainless-steel slicing blade, and the extra-large feed tube that eliminated the need to do more than halve the onions.

My favorite attachment so far is the Food Processor Juice Extractor & Smoothie Attachment. It’s an absolute beast when it comes to  turning pounds and pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables into colorful juices. My boys and I are obsessed!

Oh, la la. I have to say I can’t wait to make baby food with the Mash and Puree Kit.

I loved the Robot Coupe in culinary school and commercial kitchens and now I’m just as smitten with Magimix, the home cook’s version of a outstanding food processor.

One Simple Bites reader will win a Magimix by Robot-Coupe 14-Cup Food Processor (Cuisine Systeme 4200 XL)!

What does the  Magimix Cuisine Systeme 4200 XL include? All of the following:

  • 14-cup main bowl
  • 12-cup midi bowl
  • 6-cup mini bowl
  • 950W commercial grade motor
  • Mini and main metal blade
  • Dough blade
  • Egg whisk
  • BlenderMix
  • 2mm slicer and shredder discs
  • 4mm slicer and shredder discs
  • XL feed tube
  • Storage accessory box
  • DVD and recipe book with more than 100 recipes

How to win

Everyone has two chances to win. Here’s how:

** This giveaway has ended. Check back on Sunday for the winner!**

1. Comment on this post, answering this question: What food prep task are you dying to hand over to a reliable food processor?

2. For an extra entry, follow @simplebites on Twitter, and tweet about this giveaway. Make sure to include my Twitter handle and this post’s URL AND come leave another comment on this post letting me know you tweeted. Your tweet can be something like this:

I want to win a Magimix by Robot-Coupe 14-Cup Food Processor on @simplebites! http://su.pr/2LJWTN #Christmas #Giveaway.

This giveaway will end Tuesday, November 29 at 11:59 p.m. I hope you win! We’ll announce the winners of all the holiday giveaways at the end of the week.

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About Aimee

Cooking has always been Aimée's preferred recreational activity, creative outlet, and source of relaxation. After nearly ten years in the professional cooking industry, she went from restaurant to RSS by trading her tongs and clogs for cookie cutters and a laptop, serving as editor here at Simple Bites.

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Comments

  1. i would love to crush crackers for fish!

  2. i would tweet if i tweeted

  3. I would love it to grate cheese, slice veggies, and make pie crust! And scones. And salsa. And…

  4. I follow you on Twitter and tweeted about the giveaway!

  5. Homemade salsa! We make this every weekend! This would make things so much easier!

  6. What an awesome giveaway!! I’d love to shred cheese and make salsa.

  7. Broderick Smylie says:

    Im hoping to make my own soup for the first time!

  8. Deanna Dunlap says:

    Homemade salsa and smoothies!!

  9. I would love to see how well it juliennes veggies like carrots and bell peppers.

  10. Deanna Dunlap says:

    Tweet, tweet! Just tweeted about this awesome giveaway!

  11. Cindy Behrmann says:

    WOW! I would love to make Hummus in a new food processor. I love hummus nice and smooth…with sundried tomatoes. YUM.
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  12. Melissa Babecka says:

    I will never chop an onion again. I am sure winning this food processor will make it easier.
    Fingers crossed,
    Melisssa B.
    mbabecka@gmail.com

  13. Veggie chopping! I love uniformly and beautifully chopped veggies in all my dishes, love, love, love. A food processor would save me hours of time better spent with my family!!! And sauces, soups, juices. Darnit. Im supposed to pick just one? Yes, let us go with chopping veggies!

  14. Heather Hicks says:

    I’d love to make peanut butter!

  15. Cindy Behrmann says:

    I tweeted your giveaway!
    Cindy Behrmann’s last post: And the most important thing to consider when choosing your food is………

  16. I have never used a food processor to chop. Intimidated some how. I would give it a go with this!

  17. oh wow! my ((tiny)) foodprocessor is not helpful in the kitchen.. many different batches for one food item. This one looks amazing! I also want to experiment with making dough in this :)

  18. Jessica Bressler says:

    vegetables, smoothies and juice

  19. shredding cheese

  20. Chopping onions!!!

  21. Oh my…where do I start? I would love to make my own hummus and grate cheese. But I have an AMAZING homemade peanut butter recipe that doesn’t work well in the little cheap food processor I have now.

  22. I’d use it for veggie chopping!
    Laurie Jesch-Kulseth @ Relishing It’s last post: Cheddar and Stout Meatloaf

  23. This would be great for chopping veggies for fajitas!

  24. I would LOVE help chopping and slicing all the veggies I cook!

  25. I would love to turn over the job of making spreads like hummus and pesto to that awesome food processor! :)

  26. I tweeted your giveaway!
    Michaela’s last post: Homemade Bread

  27. I tweeted! I’m @happyhealthyhen
    Caroline’s last post: Re-Balance

  28. With all the homemade raw nut butters I’ve made during my cookbook recipe testing, I think my fp is about to conk out! I’d love a new, extra-powerful one to help me crank out more peanut butter, coconut butter, etc.!
    Amber Shea @Almost Vegan’s last post: Chocolate apricot kernel butter cookies (raw)

  29. I tweeted, too! @almostveganchef
    Amber Shea @Almost Vegan’s last post: Chocolate apricot kernel butter cookies (raw)

  30. Soup, smoothies, but most importantly protein bars!

  31. This looks totally multi-tasking wonderful! i hope to win, but i know it would help eliminate those tools that only do one thing in the kitchen.
    Paula

  32. I would love to make pastry dough = )

  33. Grating, slicing and pureeing. I love to cook and am sure this would get used daily!

  34. Following!
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  35. Tweeted!
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  36. A Magimix would be a lifesaver! I have had Psoriasis on my hands for a long time now. Any and all food prep is hard for me to do. I’m sure a machine like this would be a welcome addition to any kitchen…especially mine!

  37. Wow! I was just thinking tonight of how much I would like to have a food processor, as I was using a fork to cut butter into flour for turkey pot pie crust. I decided I’d put a pastry cutter on my Christmas list instead – but this would definitely be amazing. I’d probably be most excited to use it for chopping veggies and making soups (and pie crusts :)
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  38. Peggy Huckeba says:

    I have never had a food-processor before, but now that I am trying to make more Real Foods at home, I’d love to have one – especially for making sauerkraut & bread! Yum!

  39. I would love to grate cheese without the fear of grating my fingers. Ouch!