1. I have just found this website after purchasing a soup maker!
    I look forward to trying these recipes out!
    Thank you

  2. Hi. I love soups and I found all your recipes delicious, haven’t tried any yet. We currently live in a 220 volts country and I have a Philips soup maker, however in a few weeks we are moving back to a 110 volts country. By any chance, can you recommend a 110 soup maker?

    1. Hi Vilma,

      Here is a list from Amazon.com of soup makers which will work on the 110 v which is generally for the USA i believe. Just Click on Soup Maker and it will take you to a list of soup makers 🙂 Soup Maker

      Enjoy your new country.

      All the best.

      Sam & Dom

  3. Hi, ive just bought myself a soup maker but know nothing about how to use it properly, is it just a case of throwing everything into the jug and turning it on or is there more to it than that, would appreciate any help, cheers.

    1. Hi Ron,

      Thanks for your message and your great purchase ?

      We do have a guide here for newbie soup machine users that you may find helpful:


      the main thing you need to learn is that when you boil soup that it loses a lot of flavour, so when you cook in the soup machine instead it will need less seasoning. You also need to understand that they often have a limit of the litre capacity and you need to stick to that.

      But apart from that its really easy!

      Kind regards


    1. Hi Lesley

      Thank you for your comment.
      The colour is nothing to worry about as the carrots and sweet potato are orange in colour so you will get an orange tint to the soup. The thickness could be down to a number of factors.

      We like our soups quite thick so we tend to put alittle less water into them than usual. The water could have evaporated when in the soup maker and different soup makers do things slightly different so if you add another 25ml or 50ml of water depending if it is really really thick or just coats the back of the spoon.

      If you add more water remember to add more seasoning so it does not taste bland.

      Hope these tips help.

      Kind Regards


  4. Hi I’ve just purchased a soup machine.I was curious how to make chicken noodle,obviously you don’t blend it? I’ve no idea really ??

  5. How much capacity does your own soup maker have? Mine is a 1600ml I am trying to figure how much vegetables to liquid to use.

    Kind Regards

    1. Hi Dawn

      Ours is 1600 ml as well so the measurements will only need to be adjusted for your own personal preference ?

    1. Hi Colleen

      Thanks for the question.

      If it is a jug soup maker and roughly the same size as ours then i do not see why the recipes would not work 🙂

  6. I’m not that much of a internet reader to be honest but your blogs really nice, keep it up! I’ll go ahead and bookmark your soups so that when it gets colder i can get the soup machine out.

  7. 5 stars
    This is very interesting, You’re a very skilled food blogger.
    I have joined your rss feed and look forward to reading more of your great recipes. Also, I have followed you on Pinterest.

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