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Cuisinart Soup Maker Plus | Saute, Cook, Stir, Blend, Silver, SSB3U £55.20 delivered at Amazon
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Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
Making delicious, healthy soup has never been simpler - sauté, boil, simmer, stir and blend all in the thermal glass jar Not just a soup maker - create refreshing smoothies, elega… Read more
zbbzbb

I bought one of these a few months ago after my Morphy Richards one finally packed up, and after I returned an Aldi one as it consistently burnt the soup. I paid more than this for a warehouse used one, so I think this is a great price. On the plus side, it's built like a tank (feels solid and well made), has good control over how you cook the soup, the saute function is great, and it cleans easily. And it's versatile. On the minus side, it's built like a tank (it is really quite heavy and bulky), and unlike a lot of other soup makers it seems to need you to manually switch the temperature settings and manually blend whilst cooking. I.e., a lot of other soup makers let you throw everything in, press a button and then walk away. I can't yet comment on how it handles frozen drinks, but Amazon reviews suggest that it copes OK. Overall, I'm happy with it - I'd be even happier at this price :)

meganeam

Does anyone know if this is any good? I’ve been looking for a blender mainly to do frozen drinks

Peterh1010

Great spot....was just about to replace my soup maker after a melt down when I saw this post...GREAT price. Good make... Excellent reviews.....thank you

Morphy Richards 48822 Soup maker, Stainless Steel, 1000 W, 1.6 liters £25.80 Amazon
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Morphy Richards 48822 Soup maker, Stainless Steel, 1000 W, 1.6 liters £25.80 Amazon£25.80Amazon Deals
Decent price for this popular soup maker. Edit: the price has been changing regularly but now down to just over £25 which is a great price.
Emily_Troop

Love mine!!!

peefgee

This is happening to me as well despite placing my actual address.

Wombl3

Great price! These are fantastic. Great little set and forget appliance

joolsvern72

It's great for veg soups, we always set it to "smooth". There's plenty of recipes online and in the instructions iirc. Chop onion and a bit of oil and fry it in the kettle, add veg (usually carrots, potato and parsnip for us), add water, seasoning and a stock cube, 22 minutes later you're done. We either eat it straight away or put it in containers, cool for an hour and then refrigerate.

giltbrook

This might be because your default delivery address is set as a local pick up point.

Tower T12055 Soup Maker + 500ml Flask, 1000W, 1.6 Litre, Stainless Steel £32.58 @ Amazon
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
Tower T12055 Soup Maker + 500ml Flask, 1000W, 1.6 Litre, Stainless Steel £32.58 @ Amazon£32.58 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Nice price. This Tower soup maker is a quick and easy way to make a nice healthy soup for lunch or dinner for you and the whole family, with a 1.6 litre capacity serving up to 4-6… Read more
andrewgiz

Highly recommended. I have had one since Q1 2018 and used it on average twice per week. So easy to use and it avoids having to throw away lots of vegetables. I now chuck in quinoa and other grains that can be cocked in 15-20 minutes, trust me you won't have to bother anymore if you do like smooth soups. I have the Russell Hobbs' one although this one seems a rebranded model.

Norman-B

Thank you for the link.

dblake

I paid about £7 more for the same package about a month ago. Good deal as much cheaper than the soup maker on its own. Used it about 5 times since making 6 portions each time. Very pleased with it. Take a look on Liana's Kitchen website for soup maker ideas.

Gog

You will probably be surprised how often you will use it. Takes about 20 minutes to cook a soup after chopping ingredients. Chop-up spare veg which might otherwise go to waste and freeze into a soup maker portions for use another time. I also use mine to make tomato based pasta sauce. For example, you can sauté finely chopped onions, carrots and celery before adding tinned tomatoes.

philbot

because you have to stand and stir a pan and make sure it doesn't boil over.

DREW & COLE 1.6l Soup Maker - £27.97 delivered from Currys / eBay
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Posted 18th MarPosted 18th Mar
DREW & COLE 1.6l Soup Maker - £27.97 delivered from Currys / eBay£27.97 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Serve up soup for the family in minutes with the Drew & Cole Soup Maker. Add your chopped ingredients, select chunky or smooth texture, and the Soup Maker will do the rest. If… Read more
garnerw

(lol)

9glens

Thanks daf00, that clears things up for me. I will stick to making my soup in a pot as i like my veg done properly.

OrsonCarte

I think this has a saute mode which lets you brown off onions etc for 5 mins with the lid off prior to letting the automatic soup magic happen (y)

zebenix

A quantity of minutes makes up larger units of time. I think this model can cook vegetables in seconds as well

daf00

I’m a big soup fan and always making different recipes. My girlfriend bought me one similar to this (kenwood). Big issue is potato, onion and garlic. You cannot get the same style of cooking as a conventional pan despite what the recipe says. Veg is largely fibrous, lumpy, al-dente or uncooked. Great to use for precooked vege, in which case you’re just using it as a mediocre blender, but that’s it. Don’t expect miracles when you can’t let veg boil or onions to sweat.

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Tower T12031 Soup Maker with Stainless Steel Jug and Blade, LED Panel, Intelligent Control System, 1000 W, 1.6 Litre - £36.57 @ Amazon
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Posted 7th MarPosted 7th Mar
Tower T12031 Soup Maker with Stainless Steel Jug and Blade, LED Panel, Intelligent Control System, 1000 W, 1.6 Litre - £36.57 @ Amazon£36.57 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Make 4-6 portions at once with a generous 1.6L capacity Blends and heats ingredients in one handy appliance Quickly and easily makes chunky or smooth soup and baby food Durable sta… Read more
furbars

How wrong, we have a slow cooker and use it most weeks also have a soup maker. In fact we are on our second soup maker first one got worn out ! We make soup on a Sunday freeze a few containers lasts through the week handy to take to work (y) .

Brightsideoflife

Anyone know how this compares to the one in the link? Is the Morphy Richards one worth the extra? The Morphy Richards one is £45 on Morrisons. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07D1CG3LZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_4RAABW8VPS3NSKH1845V

carlt

Maybe if I didn't already have a slow slow cooker and didn't want another with a similarly large footprint. These soup makers are compact and you don't have to wait for the soup to cool before putting in the blender which used to take up the same amount of worktop space before becoming redundant.

Rickardo

I was thinking the same and my wife insisted on having one and it is used several times a week, whereas the slow cooker very rarely. Yes, can also use saucepan on the hob and a blender, but as others have said, 30 mins including including veg prep is great. My wife came in from a sea swim today, put it on and it was ready by the time she'd had a shower. BTW, this looks identical to the one we got from Aldi.

taffyjock1

Can with a fast slow cooker, often called a pressure cooker.

Ninja Blender and Soup Maker [HB150UK] 1000 W, 1.7 Litre Jug, Black £99 || Ninja 2-in-1 Blender with Auto-iQ £89 Delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 13th JanPosted 13th Jan
Ninja Blender and Soup Maker [HB150UK] 1000 W, 1.7 Litre Jug, Black £99 || Ninja 2-in-1 Blender with Auto-iQ £89 Delivered @ Amazon£99£149.9934% offAmazon Deals
Fab price for the blender and soup maker from Ninja. Description Create fresh, delicious homemade soup in minutes. Cook and blend directly in the jug. More than a soup maker, enjo… Read more
TrannosaurusBex

Thanks! Decided for the 3-in-1 for the additional benefits for pizza dough, cake mixing and salads. Though listed as temporarily out of stock, hopefully, they do get more in and don't end up cancelling my order. Otherwise, I'll be gutted I didn't just get the 2-in-1. Edit: Since Amazon don't offer cashback on any products other than their own echo and fire stick devices etc, don't forget to order through smile.amazon.co.uk to ensure part of your order is donated to your preferred charity. (copy and paste the link, as it'll just take you to the normal amazon link)

someone_new

The 3-in-1 has a food processor attachment, that allows you to grate, chop, mix etc. I went with the 3 in 1 just incase I ever needed a food processor and it's come in handy a few times.

TrannosaurusBex

Could someone please give me some tips on which might be the best option for me out of the three? Are far as I can tell, the main differences between the three are these; *The 2-in-1 blender and 3-in-1 'food processor' are essentially the same product, apart from the 3-in1 having the additional bowl jug. What benefit does the bowl jug have, what can it make that the other jugs can't? *The 2-in-1 blender and 2-in-1 soup maker are different in that the soup maker has the ability to heat foods. Apart from that, is there any other major difference? Primarily, I'd like a blender to be able to make shakes and smoothies and am aware there are smaller more compact options that could fulfill this, but I'm interested in one of these 3 for the additional benefits they have. Also, I don't eat soup, so kind of figuring the soup maker is not for me, but might it come on handy for making something else? So far, I think it's the 2-1 blender that would be most suited to me, but wondering if it's worth getting the 3-in1 for the jug.

jayz187

Vitamix cooks soup in 6 minutes

ollyprice87

My bad. Didn’t realise you quoted the 3-1 model!