Cuisinart Mini Food Processor Giveaway – Winner!

Cuisinart Mini Food Processor GiveawaySpring is fully here and we thought to have a special Cuisinart Mini Food Processor Giveaway in vibrant Spring colors to make this season more fun for you in the kitchen. We are constantly mixing it up with our Mini Cuisinart Food Processor in the kitchen and there are just so many things you can make so we thought you may need one too!

The Winner of the Cuisinart Mini Food Processor Giveaway is:

#38 Alessandra “I would take the Banana Yellow Cuisinart mini food processor to make many spring and summer dishes. The first I would try is mint chutney then a fruit chutney. I have a food processor that is in bad shape and I would really like to win a new one!”

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Congratulations to the winner and please email us to claim your prize within 24 hours at winedinetv@ymail.com. This Giveaway is closed. A new Giveaway will be posted soon!

You can just toss in a few ingredients for making appetizer spreads, dips, healthy pesto, tasty sauces, or salad dressings. Use it to chop onions, garlic, or fresh herbs and not to mention you can also chop nuts or peppers. We can always use a quality kitchen gadget to make cooking easier, especially if it comes in fun colors! It makes chopping vegetables much faster and it is easy to clean up. This Cuisinart mini food processor can also make bread crumbs and grind cheese. So tell us, are you a Papaya, fan or Lime Green lover? Judit adores the Turquise Candy and Corina the Watermelon Sorbet.

How to Win
To enter the Cuisinart Mini Food Processor Giveaway just leave a comment below telling us:
1. “What food would you mix in this cute mini food processor?”
and “Which color would you choose?”

2. Subscribe to our newsletter here. You can unsubscribe anytime.

*Bonus: Get bonus entries by telling us different foods you would use this processor for. Even more bonus entries if you pin this on Pinterest.

The Prize
Cuisinart DLC2 Mini Prep Plus 3-Cup Food Processor
This 250-watt food processor has a durable 3-cup plastic work bowl and sleek push button control panel for easy use. It chops and grinds with a stainless-steel blade. Measures about 8 inches by 5 inches by 9 inches. Dishwasher-safe lid and bowl. We had a little fun with the colors. Select one of the Spring colors shown: Turquoise Candy, Banana Yellow, Lime Green, Papaya, or Watermelon Sorbet.

Avocado Deviled Eggs Gluten-FreeWe used our food processor to create the filling for these bite size Avocado Deviled Eggs

Herb Mushroom Crostiniand to mix up the topping for these Herb Mushroom Crostini appetizers.

Terms & Conditions
We will select 1 winner from those comments entered to this contest. You must be over 18 years of age and it will be shipped to a U.S. address only. Contest ends May 1, 2014 at 10pm PDT. The winner will be chosen randomly and announced on May 2,2014 by 10am.
Please email us here within 24 hours. If you do not then a second winner will be randomly selected. This prize is sponsored by Judit & Corina of WineDineDaily and was not donated to us.

Good Luck!

Cuisinart Mini Food Processor Colors

57 Comments

  • Jennifer says:

    I would chop wlanuts for a maple walnut cake with the Cuisinart Mini Food Processor and like it in the color Papaya! Also pinned the page!

  • Leila says:

    Please pick me! I would love this Cuisinart in Turquoise Candy and would use it for chopping onions. Thanks!

  • Kelly says:

    With summer coming up, I would make a great watermelon mint sorbet using the Lime Green Mini Processor!

  • Katie Lacher says:

    1. “What food would you mix in this cute mini food processor?” My world famous salsa of course! Perfect food processer to combine the tomatoes, jalapenos, red peppers, onions, and my secret ingredients (shhhh!)

    2. “Which color would you choose? A salsa that spicy should have a bright food processor! I think that Lime Green will hit the spot!

  • Daisy says:

    So hard to decide! All colors are super cute 🙂 I would love this in a turquoise candy and I would use it for all my cooking!! Making salsas, avocado dips, chop my vegetables, and so much more!

  • Sue says:

    I would create a delicious, garlicky hummus in my Watermelon Sorbet Cuisinart Mini Prep Plus!

  • Amber Ooley says:

    If I had one of these cute mini food processors, I would mix up my guacamole and pico de gallo for next week’s “Dos de Mayo” Salsa Competition at the office and win of course.

    If I had to choose, I’d pick the Turquoise Candy. Such a lovely spring color!

    • Amber Ooley says:

      Bonus Entries!
      – Chopped up herbs from the garden
      – Homemade peanut butter (or any nut butter)
      – Crushed Pretzels for my favorite pretzel salad
      – Anything related to baking cupcakes, pies and sweets
      – Dips for summer bbq’s and get-togethers

      Oh, and this has been pinned!

  • Allan says:

    1. I would love this food processor to chop up the fresh herbs we grow in our garden.

    2. Orange is cool right now, so I would choose Papaya.

    3. Hands down, this would be great for salsa!

  • Jennifer Quisenberry says:

    I would love to whip up all kinds of things for summer: fresh dips, salsas, and sauces.

  • Ted L. says:

    Awesome Lime Green for me and would make your Herb Mushroom Crostini appetizers!

  • Tiffany Adrian says:

    I have been looking for a good food processor for my little shop! I would use it to purée my fresh berries for fresh squeezed lemonades, and use it to make all if my chilled soups for the Summer! I would take any color, but I am partial to the watermelon sorbet color:) hopefully I win! I would use it everyday:)

  • judi oldenburg says:

    Use for all kinds of things that need chopping,,fruit,nuts,veggies you name it. Yellow is my color so bright and cheerful in the kitchens.Could use one….

  • Rhonda W says:

    Oh, so glad to find this blog. I’m following you on Pinterest as well.

    I’m very interested in a one-ingredient recipe recently that requires a food processor–frozen bananas (sub for ice cream). My food processor is big and bulky and not worth the time to clean. But of course, I would use the processor for many other foods such as salad dressing and chopping onions.

    I would choose banana yellow because it’s such a happy color. But frankly, I would take any color.

  • Brian says:

    Nice! I want to use it for chopping garlic for any recipe since that takes me forever. Lime Green for the Cuisinart DLC2 Mini Prep Plus Food Processor!

  • Diana Reeves says:

    I would use this processor for making puréed beans for soups, spice blends, salsas and deviled eggs. The color that I would choose is Turquoise Candy. Thank you!

  • Dru says:

    I would use it everyday! Salsa, all my cookie recipes, and my kids sorbet. I would definitely like either watermelon or papaya.

  • sapana patel says:

    I would chop all vegetables as you know for Indian cooking we need to cut so many stuff for 1 single dish, and like it in the color Papaya!

  • Gracey says:

    I would make hummus. All the colors are great nut I like papaya.

  • Leanne Aschwanden says:

    I love them all but would choose the Papaya! I would give it to Marcia, my beautiful mother’s caregiver. Marcia spends her time giving to others, bringing joy to so many elderly people. She is endlessly cooking and baking and sharing the yumminess!

  • yb says:

    I would choose the turquoise candy to make quinoa flour and various nut flours/butters.

  • Beverly Asleson says:

    I would choose the watermelon sorbet, and since I’ve never had one before, nor have I ever won anything I would attempt to make each item you have listed, Herb Mushroom Crostini appetizers, Avocado Deviled eggs, salsa, strawberry, blueberry, banana smoothie.

  • Over the years my family & I have changed our diet to include a lot more raw & vegan recipes. One of our favorite cookbooks (besides http://www.GlamorousBite.com) is Ellen Degeneres, Vegan Cooking for Carnivores. Many recipes require a Cuisinart to do things that a traditional blender can not. Personally, I would love to make Genovese Pesto. Here’s my favorite Pesto recipe:

    INGREDIENTS
    4 cups packed basil, blanched briefly in boiling water and shocked in ice water
    ½ cup extra-virgin olive oil
    ½ cup finely grated parmesan
    ¼ cup pine nuts
    3 tbsp. finely grated pecorino
    2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
    Coarse sea salt, to taste

    INSTRUCTIONS
    Process basil, oil, parmesan, pine nuts, pecorino, and garlic in a food processor until smooth; season with salt.

    TIPS & TRICKS:
    In this classic version of pesto, the basil leaves are blanched in boiling water, then quickly shocked in ice water, to give the sauce a brilliant green hue and to reduce any bitterness

  • Leslie says:

    I would make peach sorbet and have my daughter help me, she loves peaches and helping mom in the kitchen! I would pick the watermelon sorbet processor.

  • Cassandra says:

    These colors are so much fun! A Banana yellow Cuisinart Mini Prep Plus 3-Cup Food Processor to make my favorite fresh salsas and vegetable spreads. I have been trying to eat more healthy greens so this processor would be perfect for getting me started. I can just imagine all the great recipes to make with it and the Banana Yellow would match my new Williams Sonoma kitchen towels.

  • I would get the Turquoise Candy as it would then match all of my other Le Creuset pots and pans that are in an almost identical color. I would use it for all sorts of things but mainly for making sauces and marinades like Chimmichurri and Korean Bulgogi!

  • Adam says:

    I would mix up a hummus dip with chickpeas, olive oil, tahini, lemon juice, parsley, garlic, salt, and pepper, to have with pita bread. Lime Green for the food processor color. Thanks.

  • Dan Gaffey says:

    I would make a delicious, chilled gazpacho soup made from fresh vegetables harvested from our organic vegetable garden. My preference is the lime green Cuisinart Mini.

  • Dandi D says:

    I want to try making my own nut butters, and I would choose the turquoise candy color.

  • Dandi D says:

    I subscribed to your newsletter. (honingharmony at gmail dot com)

  • Dandi D says:

    I would also like to make hummus, make spinach pasta dough, make vegetable purees, etc.

  • Dandi D says:

    I pinned this giveaway on Pinterest: http:// www. pinterest.com/pin/201184308328511430/

  • Dana says:

    I would chop all types of salads, the onions and celery. It would finally help me get in shape for summer!!! I love the turquoise/Tiffany blue <3

  • Angela says:

    These are so cute! I want to win the Papaya in your Cuisinart Mini Food Processor Giveaway and I would make a papaya mango salsa with jalapeno! The salsa would be delish on grilled Mahi Mahi.

  • I’d make white bean dip in the Turquoise Candy color.

  • Alyce Goldsmith says:

    Mixing figs and apples, nuts and raisins with a little red wine for a spreadable treat!
    The turquoise candy is the right choice according to my 3 year old granddaughter.

  • What a great giveaway! I love love love these spring colors – so fun! I would choose the Watermelon Sorbet color and I would make colored sugars in them, and chop ingredients for enchiladas!

  • Alessandra says:

    I would take the Banana Yellow Cuisinart mini food processor to make many spring and summer dishes. The first I would try is mint chutney then a fruit chutney. I have a food processor that is in bad shape and I would really like to win a new one!

  • With all of those beautiful colors, how would I pick? I would chop cilantro for all of the upcoming Cinco recipes I’m planning.

  • I would make some pesto in the mini food processor. It adds so much flavor to so many dishes.

    All the colors are awesome! I would choose the watermelon sorbet to go with the reds in my kitchen.

  • Brian says:

    I need a Lime Green Cuisinart DLC2 Mini Prep Plus Food Processor to chop onions faster! If you see how slow I chop onions you would pick me 🙂

  • I wish I could enter this so much my friends, but you are so generous!
    Love the mini processors!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  • Natalie says:

    I love the Papaya colored Cuisinart!! So fun, especially for spring!

    Since I’ve been without a food processor (it disappeared when I moved!), I haven’t been cooking as much, which is a shame. Among the usual chopping of veggies and mixing of creamy hummus and sauces, here are some recipes that would be so much easier (or only possible) with a papaya colored cuisinart ;-). Cant wait to make these morsels of yummyness!:

    – Vegan pistachio ice cream
    – Banana & avocado chocolate pudding
    – Avocado dressing
    – Garlic & kale soup
    – Rhubarb, rosewater, and lime sorbet
    – Crimini mushroom, zucchini and kale coconut-ginger red curry
    – Raw blackberry, lemon and lavender cheesecake

    Wow, I’m hungry!! It will be so much fun if I win! Fingers crossed 🙂

    Oh and I’ll definitely pin this on Pinterest!

  • Rachel Cartucci says:

    I like the banana yellow one!!!!!!!!!!! They are all so pretty…I would be happy with any color. I subscribe too

  • Rachel Cartucci says:

    http:// www. pinterest.com/pin/341147740496166316/ pinned it too

  • I would chop parsley arugula and garlic for chimichurri I use both as a marinade and condiment. I love the watermelon color.

  • Karen Laffey says:

    I envision using my Lime Green Cruisinart Food Processor to test food pairings so I can offer hints to guests when they visit our tasting room. Barbera Poached Figs made with Organic Tuscan Olive Oil comes to mind! This would be a useful accent piece in my blue and white kitchen.

  • Renee Dwyer says:

    I would process the walnut biscuit base for my walnut banoffe pie- although I would be greatful with any colour, this would be a dream in the turquoise blue cuisinart food processor, no more sore finger tips and individually chopping each walnut! I could make double the quantity thanks to the time saving!

  • sharon says:

    I would make my minced garlic/basil dressing for my pasta primavera. I love that papaya color!

  • sharon says:

    I pinned on my Mother’s Day board – http:// www. pinterest.com/pin/225461525069708812/

  • Kate says:

    I would use the colorful mini processor for everything Spring: preparing crusts for the summer pies, herbs for fresh dips and spreads, chopping nuts for my fresh Spring and Summer salads, and of course for preparing guacamole that seems to end up in every lunch of mine whether it be a sandwich or side to my fajitas!

    Lime Green and Turquoise Candy are my top 2 color choices, though any of them would be a stylish addition to my kitchen!

  • Nancy says:

    This food processor would be perect for making my Mango chutney! It has spices like cumin, cardamom, ginger and garlic.To match my favorite color I would just love to win the Banana Yellow in your Cuisinart giveaway!

  • Chris says:

    How cool! I wan the Papaya mixer and would chop hot peppers with it! Thanks!

  • Ted L. says:

    Lime green again! I would chop onions and other vegetables since it would be so much faster.

  • B says:

    Watermelon Sorbet or Turquoise Candy cause the name and colour just makes u smile & giggle with happiness! With this new mini option by Cuisinart, it would totally be perfect for making my hummus and eggplant spreads. Quick, healthy, easy-to-use blending them with olive oil, cayenne pepper, pinch of salt, spices for whatever mood your in… Bam! What else could b more perfect?!

  • Andrew Nelson says:

    I would use it to make pesto in the Lime Green mini processor.

  • Shannon Coulbourne says:

    I would love to win this for my mom.she does all the cooking in our family and could really use this

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