Cuisinart #SoupMaker Review and Competition

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
Cuisinart
Soup Maker
to review.

So excited my #cuisinartsoupmaker has arrived #soup #homemade #cuisinart x

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
eating better.



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!

Loving our new #cuisinart #soupmaker #sweetpotato #redpepper #soup was delicious x

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.

The
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

317 thoughts on “Cuisinart #SoupMaker Review and Competition

  1. How cool! I had no idea you could make other dishes in it. Great review. I make my own soups, curries and risottos. My daughter loves my Italian Bean Pasta Soup and hubby my Pea Risotto. Perfecto!

  2. I like to make all my own soups and I also enjoy making smoothies. My favourite soup to whip up is courgette and houmous.

  3. I would like to go for something weird (which I usually don't do because of the faff involved for something that could go horribly wrong). Maybe Kale and kiwi?

  4. I would like to make the sweet potato and red pepper soup shown in the video. I'd also like to make potato and leek soup and tomato soup using the home grown tomatoes I plan on harvesting this summer.

  5. I'd make Asparagus, and Watercress soups as my mum made them when I was little and I never see them now – I imagine it would be like the scene from Ratatouille where the first bite took him back to his mothers kitchen 🙂

  6. I love soups so would really like to try making loads to freeze down but the thought of a machine which makes risotto is even more appealling as this is one of my favourite meals but so time consuming.I would definitely make a mushroom risotto first.

  7. I saw a demonstration of this soup maker at the Royal Cornwall Show some years ago and would loved to have been able to afford to buy one. My husband makes soup occasionally but they all tend to be a bit the same so this might liven up his repertoire a bit!

  8. This looks like a great kitchen product to have. My husband needs to lose weight and taking soups to work would definitely stop him from having big lunches at the office. I would like to try carrot lentil soup.

  9. I am following the Slimming World diet – 1 stone 4lbs off so far! I have bought their little books of soups, so this would be great to try out all the delicious soups that are healthy. I especially have my eye on a spicy pasta and bean soup that looks simply delicious.

  10. I would like to make a veggie soup using all the small odd shaped ones that I grow in the garden and nobody will know that they were not perfect to start with!

  11. If I win the first thing I'll be making is butternut squash and chilli soup! It's such an easy recipe but so delicious….and it'll be even easier to make with the soup maker! Just peel and chop up the butternut squash, roast it for 20 minutes in a drizzle of olive oil salt and pepper. Pan fry some chopped onions and chillis for 2-3 minutes then chuck it all in with some chicken stock and boil away for a good half hour! Blitz and add cream – voila! Beautiful!

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