We were thrilled to be sent the Cuisinart Soup Maker Plus
to review. Hubbie has been eager to
take homemade soup to work to save on buying expensive lunches every day but
the effort required to make it had until now had put him off. Well that soon changed when we were sent the
Soup Maker to review.
A photo posted by Karen (@missingsleep) on Mar 2, 2016 at 12:47am PST
So at the weekend we
decided to attempt the Sweet Potato and Red Pepper soup following the easy to
follow recipe booklet provided with the machine and we found it has never been
so simple to make soup with this kitchen essential. You can watch the little video to see how effortless it was:
Now as a family we can
enjoy more wholesome nutritious meals prepared from scratch. It really is that simple to use. The boys even liked the taste of the soup
and it was packed with flavour but also healthy ingredients that get us all
We do tend to rely
convenience products usually but I think that owning this product will
definitely change that now. I was very
impressed with the Cuisinart it’s so versatile, you can use it to cook the
ingredients and blend them, you do not need any extra pots so the kitchen stays
quite clean and tidy!
A photo posted by Karen (@missingsleep) on Mar 21, 2016 at 2:26pm PDT
It might be called the
Soup Maker but it also makes curries, chutneys, jams, risottos, stock,
smoothies or even cocktails! I think
every kitchen needs a Cuisinart because it really is quite a remarkable piece
of kit. In terms of cleaning it
afterwards, hubbie was surprised with how trouble free a process that was,
simply add warm water with a little washing up liquid, set to sauté and stir
occasionally, this cleans the underneath of the blades effectively and the rest
of the appliance.
Soup Maker retails at £140, but its money very well spent. I also have one of these to giveaway (yes I
am spoiling you!), if you would like to enter please fill out the form below by
the 16th of April.
Win a Cuisinart Soup Maker