Small-appliance manufacturers would love for you to outfit your entire kitchen with their products, even offering small-appliance suites in matching colors and finishes for a super coordinated look. But Consumer Reports' tests routinely find that no one brand dominates every small-appliance category. So if you want the best of the best, you’ll have to mix and match across multiple manufacturers.

To streamline that process, we pulled together the winners from our latest tests. The roundup assumes price is no option. If you don’t have $2,180 to spend—the grand total for this all-star roster—you can spend hundreds less and still get a top-notch suite with the use of our Ratings of small appliances.

Blender: Vitamix Professional Series 750, $650

Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender small appliance

Vitamix holds the top few spots in our blender Ratings, and the Vitamix Professional Series 750 is the crème de la crème. It whips up superb smoothies and icy drinks and is also great at pureeing sauces, soups, and more. It can even make those soups hot if you want. The 8-cup blender is shorter than the original Vitamix, so it will fit under the upper cabinets in most kitchens. If you want to include an immersion blender in your appliance suite, the Breville Control Grip BSB510XL, $100, is our current Ratings champ.

Coffeemaker: Cuisinart Perfec Temp DCC-2800, $100

Cuisinart Perfec Temp DCC-2800 Coffeemaker small appliance

This 14-cup Cuisinart delivers the closest thing to a perfect cup of coffee. Standout brew performance is matched by a an easy to handle carafe. It's also programmable, with both a small-batch setting and brew-strength, so you can have your coffee waiting for you each morning, just the way you like it.  

Food Processor: Breville Sous Chef BFP800XL/A, $400

Breville Sous Chef BFP800XL/A Food Processor small appliance

Cuisinart might have the most name recognition in the food processor category, but Breville is by far the best model in our tests. The 16-cup Breville Sous Chef does everything well, including slicing, shredding, and grating. For all its power and performance, it’s also surprisingly quiet. Added features include an adjustable slicing disk, mini-bowl attachment, and whipping blade.

Stand Mixer: KitchenAid Professional 6500 Design Series, $550

KitchenAid Professional 6500 Design Series Stand Mixer small appliance

From the manufacturer that invented the device, this 10-speed stand mixer will take care of all your baking needs. The stylish machine was superb at whipping cream and had no trouble folding chocolate chips into stiff cookie dough and kneading bread dough. Like other KitchenAid mixers, it can receive a variety of helpful accessories, including a meat grinder and pasta press—so it’s actually good for a lot more than baking. Want a hand mixer for smaller jobs? The $40 Cuisinart Power Advantage HM-50 outperformed all other models in our tests.

Toaster: Krups 2-Slice KH732D50, $70

Krups 2-Slice KH732D50 Toaster small appliance

This newcomer to the market wasted no time taking over the top spot in our Ratings, thanks to its ability to produce evenly browned toast batch after batch—a difficult task for many toasters. Its convenience features include defrost, reheat, and bagel settings, as well as a removable crumb tray and easy-to-clean push-button controls. The blue LED indicators and brushed-and-chrome stainless steel housing add a touch of style to the countertop, and integrate nicely with the other appliances from the suite.

Toaster Oven: Breville Smart Oven Pro BOV845BSS, $270

Breville Smart Oven Pro BOV845BSS Toaster Oven small appliance

Australian manufacturer Breville gets a second all-star selection with the Breville Smart Oven Pro. It delivers very good baking and broiling, plus unlike many toaster ovens, it’s very adept at making toast. It’s also quite roomy inside, with space for a 4-pound chicken and six slices of toast, and its stainless steel housing and beefy controls combine for a sleek, professional look.