Slimming World Super Speed Soup In The Soup Maker

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Slimming World Super Speed Soup in the Soup Maker. A delicious filling soup full of Slimming World speed foods and not a Syn in sight.

Known as speed soup, syn free soup, slimming world 12 speed soup recipe and slimming world 321 soup, its perfect for cooking in bulk, reheating, or taking to work with you.

Originally shared in 2017, updated in 2019 and updated for 2022, you will love this easy prep speed soup.

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Soup Maker Super Speed Soup Recipe

Speed Soup

This brings me back to my mum and her Slimming World speed soup.

She was often on Slimming World in the early 90’s and would want a quick weight loss and out would come a scruffy piece of paper with a Slimming World speed soup recipe written on it. It has splash marks from making the soup and was written fast while she was at her Slimming World group.

It involved a massive old fashioned stainless steel pan on the hob all day and a kitchen that stunk of tomatoes and peppers and she would then spend days on her soup.

My Dad would always laugh or complain that the nasty speed soup was out and about and that it would give her wind and it would turn into a joke.

Though back then in the early days of the Slimming World Speed Soup there was a LOT of cabbage involved, something you don’t see in the modern speed soup recipes.

I dread to think how much of it should we eat over a few days and we were all glad when it was gone.

But back then in the early 90’s you didn’t have the likes of Pinterest for sharing great recipes and the imagination from Slimming World members was rather limited.

It wasn’t anything what it is like now 2 decades later.

There wasn’t the imagination to make Slimming World Sausage Rolls or a Slimming World Butter Chicken.

But one thing that has stayed in the Slimming World diet is the Slimming World speed soup. The idea behind it is that you fill it to bursting with speed foods and then the more you eat the more weight you lose.

Though I have found that just eating it to replace your lunch for a few weeks can have an amazing effect on your weight loss too.

So, this is my go to Slimming World Speed Soup. Soup that I personally ate during my first week back on Slimming World and an excellent chance to kick start my weight loss in the right direction.

You could also turn this into your own DIY soup that you alter with the ingredients that you have in or that are cheapest or in season at the time.

Just finish it each time with tinned tomatoes and seasoning and you have it spot on.

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What Is Speed Soup?

Speed soup is a soup made popular by members of Slimming World. The idea is that you eat as much speed soup as you can handle, or like my mum, make a big portion of it, and then eat it for a few days.

It is then a bit like a DIY version of the cabbage soup diet and will help you lose weight faster. Especially, for SW members that are stuck in a rut, or keep maintaining.

It is called speed soup because it features lots of different slimming world speed foods.

Speed foods that are also referred to by nutritionists as non-starchy vegetables.

Because your soup is essentially a healthy vegetable soup, its easy to mix and match with favourite vegetables.

Speed Soup In The Soup Maker

I am sure you wondering what vegetables go into a classic speed soup in the soup maker. Well you will be pleased to know that they are all vegetables that you can get hold of easily and none that are hard to source.

You can also mix and match with your own favourite soup vegetables, but to keep it speed you want to avoid potatoes and other starchy vegetables.

In our SW Speed Soup, we are including:

  • Tomatoes
  • Peppers
  • Carrots
  • Celery
  • Leeks
  • Courgette/Zucchini
  • Swede/Rutabaga
  • Spinach
  • Tinned Tomatoes

Though you could mix it up by including:

  • Mushrooms
  • Kale
  • Pumpkin
  • Butternut Squash

Though if you do change the vegetables in your speed soup remember to keep some vegetables in that are a higher carb, otherwise the soup won’t fill you up and the soup wont be thick enough.

What Speed Foods Can I Use?

For quick reference here are all the speed foods that would work well in your SW speed soup:

  • Asparagus
  • Aubergine/Eggplant
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Cauliflower
  • Celery
  • Courgettes/Zucchini
  • Green Beans
  • Garlic
  • Kale
  • Leeks
  • Mushrooms
  • Onions
  • Peppers
  • Spinach
  • Butternut Squash
  • Swede/Rutabaga
  • Tomatoes
  • Turnip
  • Watercress

Different Sized Soup Makers

In an ideal world I would love to make enough speed soup in my soup maker to feed me lunches for a week. That way I can just heat it up and I can smile thinking that all my meal prep is done.

But with different soup makers there is often a lack of space to be able to make soup in bulk.

If you’re using the Morphy Richards Soup Maker then keep the settings below in the recipe to serving 2, that way you know it will all fit in your soup maker. If you’re lucky enough to have a bigger soup maker than you can set the servings to 4 and bulk up on your speed soup a bit.

Or one thing we do, is two batches, where one lot goes into the soup maker and then the other batch goes into a bowl. The other batch is then already prepped and ready for the soup machine.

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Can You Freeze Your Slimming World Speed Soup?

Absolutely! I love freezing my soup maker soups. They are wonderful for freezing and often if I do soup for lunch for the two of us and if there is some left, I will freeze it for later.

But something else you should know about our SW Soup and that is that it makes the BEST EVER pasta sauce too. You could load it up on your next pasta dinner and use it for the base on a pasta bake.

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How To Make Slimming World Speed Soup?

soup maker speed soup step by step
  • Plan. I like to plan first which vegetables I have in for my super speed slimming world soup. I want a good ratio of root vegetables so that the soup is thick, but also want enough so that it will all fit into the soup maker.
  • Prep. Now do your prep and peel and dice whatever vegetables that you have decided to include in your slimming world speed soup.
  • Load. Next Load as many vegetables as will fit into your soup maker. This will vary depending on your soup maker brand. Load the wetter veggies to the bottom as these will create liquid and help it mix better.
  • Cook. Set the soup maker smooth soup setting for 25-30 minutes depending on your soup maker brand.
  • Beeps. When the soup maker beeps, stir in extra seasonings if needed, or if it wouldn’t all fit extra tomatoes.

And I am sure you can see now how easy it is to make this slimming world speed soup recipe in the soup maker.

Slimming World Lunches For Work

If you have a microwave at work, or a flask that can keep its temperature, then this syn free soup is perfect for taking with you.

And if you are looking for something low syn to go with it, then I would recommend a batch of our air fryer egg cups which is like little omelette bites.

Weight Watchers Soup Recipes UK

I also put my Slimming World soup into the Weight Watchers UK app. And it worked out as zero points with 4 points per serving being rewards in veggie points back.

So, this means on WW that I could have this slimming world vegetable soup, three times a day, gain 12 points that could then be used on chocolate!!!

Speed Soup Tips & Tricks

  • For the best results add the wetter veggies to the bottom of the soup maker (courgette/tomatoes etc). It will then mix better and this creates extra liquid for your soup.
  • Salsa is your BFF. It is nicely spiced, giving you a great flavour but just 32 calories per jar. I highly recommend adding this to your speed soup.

Interesting Soup Maker Trick – If you want to fit more soup in, then add everything but the tinned tomatoes. Then you can blend in the tinned tomatoes when it has shrunk. It will then make a lot more.

Can you reheat your speed soup? Yes, you sure can. Simply load back into the soup maker and cook for 3 minutes or load into a container and microwave for 2 minutes.

Can you make ahead your speed soup? Yes, you can. I also recommend that you do this. Especially if you are doing a week of speed soups, as otherwise it will feel like you are making soup all the time.

More Slimming World Soup Maker Recipes

All the above are amazing slimming world soup maker recipes. Though if I could choose just one, the slimming world cheese sauce is hands down the absolute BEST.

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Slimming World Super Speed Soup In The Soup Maker Recipe

Slimming World Super Speed Soup in the Soup Maker. A delicious filling soup full of Slimming World speed foods and not a Syn in sight.
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time30 minutes
Total Time35 minutes
Course: Soup
Cuisine: Soup Maker
Servings: 6
Calories: 115kcal


  • 259 g Courgette/Zucchini
  • 142 g Carrots
  • 76 g Celery
  • 396 g Tomatoes
  • 170 g Leeks
  • 127 g Red Pepper
  • 519 g Swede/Rutabaga
  • 2 Cans Tinned Tomatoes
  • 2 Small Jars Salsa
  • 1 Cup Fresh Spinach
  • 1 Tbsp Parsley
  • 1 Tbsp Sweet Paprika
  • Salt & Pepper

Kitchen Gadgets:


  • Choose which veggies you plan to use and peel and dice them ready for the soup maker.
    How To Make Slimming World Speed Soup?
  • Load the vegetables into the soup maker, adding the high liquid vegetables first and adding the root vegetables last.
    How To Make Slimming World Speed Soup?
  • Add a can of tinned tomatoes and a can of salsa to the top with your seasonings if they will fit. If not, you can add them later.
    How To Make Slimming World Speed Soup?
  • Put the soup maker on the smooth soup setting and when it beeps add in any ingredients left such as more tinned tomatoes and salsa. Or like us we added some fresh spinach at the end too.
    How To Make Slimming World Speed Soup?
  • Use the blender setting to mix in the extra tomatoes and any extra seasonings.
    How To Make Slimming World Speed Soup?
  • Load into bowls and storage containers and allow to cool if making ahead for later. Then load into the fridge and reheat as needed.
    How To Make Slimming World Speed Soup?



Spinach. I love to add in some extra spinach at the end. This wont fit with everything else at the beginning, so I always add it last later on.
Size. The size of your soup maker can be a problem. You can make two or three batches, or you can add the extra ingredients later. See the video for adding in the tomatoes later.
Thanks for reading our SW speed soup recipe on Recipe This. We have many more soup maker recipes for you to check out next. Though if you would like more easy soups, I recommend you try our soup maker cauliflower soup next.


Calories: 115kcal | Carbohydrates: 26g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 253mg | Potassium: 1054mg | Fiber: 7g | Sugar: 13g | Vitamin A: 7045IU | Vitamin C: 86mg | Calcium: 133mg | Iron: 3mg
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22 thoughts on “Slimming World Super Speed Soup In The Soup Maker”

    • Yes Mary it should be fine in the Instant Pot. Just a bit dangerous when transferring it to the blender or better still if you have got a hand blender use that so then you will not need to lift the hot pot up to blend the soup 🙂

      Kind regards


  1. 4 stars
    I made this is in a large ceramic pot (largest I had and it only just fit!) Just chopped everything as advised then put it all in the one pot with the tinned tomatoes and cooked until all tender and used a hand blender.
    It was great! Quite spicy and that was only using the half teaspoon of cayenne pepper and ‘mild’ chilli powder –
    I’d recommend.

  2. I made this in the soup maker but it burned the bottom of the maker and shut off halfway through. I cannot make a soup without this happening :/

    • Hi Dara

      One of our other readers were using a different soup maker to the one we use and they had the same problem. The problem was solved by adding the liquids first before adding the rest of the ingredients. For example if your making broccoli soup you would add the vegetable stock then the broccoli on the top as this burn issue seems to be some brands need more liquids at the bottom of the soup maker 🙂

      Please let us know if this helps 🙂

  3. Hi, can you explain where the 11g of sugar is sourced as I want to exclude this from the ingredients if possible.
    Thank you.

    • Hi Kim,

      I do not see why not. We would cook for 4 hours depending on how large you cut the vegetables because you will want them soft so you can then if you want to blend them together to get a smooth soup 🙂


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