Baby and You

Eating healthily has huge benefits for our wellbeing and by preparing your meals from scratch, Magimix helps you to create delicious and nutritious food, providing a strong foundation to lead a healthier lifestyle.

Designed for the homecook, creating great quality food is at the heart of everything that Magimix does, making light work of meal prep and transforming the lives of families, aspiring cooks and professional chefs.

Both Magimix’s entire food processor and blender rangers have been awarded the Quiet Mark, further enhancing their superiority in the kitchen.


Invented by Magimix and still manufactured in France, the Magimix food processor has become the single most important kitchen machine in everyday cooking.

There’s a size to suit everyone’s needs, from the Le Mini which grates up to 600g of carrots in the main bowl, to the 5200XL which kneads up to 1.2kg of bread in the main bowl (2 supermarket sized loaves). All processors come with an inspirational recipe book and free Magimix app to get you started, along with everything you’ll need to slice, grate, chop, whisk, blend, knead and store your kit. Plus, with additional accessories, you can dice, mash, juice, press and now spiralize.

Built better to last longer, Magimix food processors have a powerful ultra-quiet commercial grade induction motor with an unbeatable 30 year guarantee.


Cold mix technology ensures Magimix maintains the temperature so that no nutrients are lost during the blend – allowing you to create the smoothest smoothies, finest nut butters and heartiest of soups at the touch of a button.


Lock in your food’s flavour, nutrients and vitamins in one of two 5.5l stainless steel steaming baskets. You can even remove the base from the top basket to double the volume for a single steam – perfect for a whole chicken.

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