5 Blender Soup Recipes for Fall

5 blender soup recipes for fall

With fall on its way, I thought it would be helpful to post our five most popular blender soup recipes. So without further ado:

  1. Broccoli-Cheddar Blender Soup
    Broccoli-Cheddar Blender Soup                  
  2. Butternut Squash Blender Soup
    Butternut Squash Blender Soup

  3. Hearty Vegetable Chowder
    Hearty Vegetable Chowder Blender Soup

  4. Velvety Spinach Blender Soup
    Vevety Spinach Blender Soup

  5. Tomato-Basil Blender Soup  
    tomato basil soup               

Also, here is the perfect base to If you are the type that likes to create your own soup concoctions, here is our homemade vegetable broth powder recipe.

Herbed Vegetable Broth                    

What are your favorite fall soup recipes?


    • Mary Ledbetter

      How much Parsley & Basil???

    • Kelli Farley

      Hi Elley,
      Here’s a great way to use your blender to can tomatoes:

      20 pounds tomatoes
      ¼ fresh parsley
      ¼ fresh basil
      1.5 tsp salt
      1.5 tbsp lemon juice for each pint jar

      1. Peel the tomatoes – this is easiest by blanching the tomatoes in boiling water for a short time and then removing them and putting them in cold water.
      2. Place whole tomatoes in the jar – the WildSide jar holds more, so I used that jar
      3. Select “Batters” cycle
      4. Pour pureed tomatoes into large pot and boil down for 30-45 minutes
      5. At this point, you can run your tomato sauce through a sieve to make it a little thicker, but you can keep it as is also.
      6. Put lemon juice in jars
      7. Pour tomato sauce in sanitized jars
      8. Wipe top of jar
      9. Place prepared lids on jars
      10. Process jars in a boiling water bath for 35 minutes for pints, 40 minutes for quarts.

    • Elley LeClair

      I heard you can blend tomatoes and spices for canning, the easy way. Blend tomatoes, and spices together. Pour mixture in a canning jar and boil then seal with lid. Can you tell me if this will work and if so where I can find the recipe? I love the idea of canning my own tomatoes for cooking but don’t want to do it the old fashion way, as way to much work.

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