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Blender Soup Recipes for Cold Days [Tasty Links]


January tends to be a pretty cold time of year in the US and just happens to be National Soup Month, so what better time to share some great blender soup recipes? Below are the most popular soup recipes on the Blendtec recipes page. Okay, technically speaking the Herbed Vegetable Broth Powder isn’t a soup recipe, but our fans love it and it can be used for soup…so I’m leaving it on the list. Just click on the recipe’s name to see the recipe. Or, if words aren’t your thing, click on the best-looking image.

Tortilla SoupCurried Cauliflower SoupSpinach SoupMaple Butternut Squash SoupVegetable ChowderHerbed Vegetable Broth Powder







For other ideas, check out Blendtec’s warm soups category and our “National Soup Month” blog post. What are your favorite winter soups?

6 thoughts on “Blender Soup Recipes for Cold Days [Tasty Links]

  1. Rhonda Doan

    I’m praying to win a blendec. Trying to get my family healthy. Diabetes runs in my family and I feel by owning a blendtec I can make so many more healthier options.

    1. Rob

      It will be the best investment you ever many in your eating habits and wallet. When you can make a $6 Jamba Juice (or other smoothy shop item) shake for $1.00 you find yourself wondering why you waited so long. We use our blender more than any other appliance in our home.

  2. Faleen

    The blender would an a blessing to have in the house and certainly come in quite handy on a constant basis. But i would appreciate some assistance please. The soups you have listed look wonderful and i would love to at least be able to see the one for the curried cauliflower, but although the picture is here the recipe that pops up is for the tortilla and it isnt just a matter of it having been switched for another of the pictures, it simply isnt available. If you would/could look into it and repost, I would really appreciate it. Thank you in advance.


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