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herbed vegetable broth powder

Herbed Vegetable Broth Powder

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This vegetable bouillon powder is made with healthier ingredients than traditional broths and has only half the sodium.

Total time:  50 S
Servings:  48
Calories:  5


  • 3/4 cup nutritional yeast
  • 1/3 cup sea salt
  • 1/4 cup dried mushrooms
  • 1/4 cup dried mixed vegetables
  • 1 1/2 tbsp. onion powder
  • 1 tbsp. garlic powder
  • 2 tsp. dried parsley
  • 1 tsp. celery seed
  • 1 tsp. dried dill
  • 1 tsp. dried lemon zest
  • 1 tsp. dried thyme
  • 1 tsp. dried marjoram

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size: 1 tsp.
  • Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 520mg
  • Carbohydrates: 1g
  • Fiber: 0g
  • Sugar: 0g
  • Protein: 0g


  1. Add ingredients to FourSide jar in order listed and secure lid. Press "Speed Up" to Speed 4, and run full cycle.
  2. Store in closed container in cool, dry place.

Note: Use 1 teaspoon broth powder and 1 cup water to make 1 cup broth.

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  • What exactly is nutritional yeast? Where do I find it?

    Annie Buda Gibson on

  • Nutritional yeast is a deactivated yeast, which is sold in the form of flakes or as a yellow powder similar in texture to dried mint leaves, and can be found in the bulk aisle of most natural food stores. It is popular with vegans and vegetarians because of the flavor it adds to dishes.

    Blendtec on

  • This is going into the SAVE file. I was planning on dehydrating celery, onions and garlic from the garden this year and I am growing most of the herbs too. Sounds great.

    Victoria M on

  • Can dried mixed vegetables and dried mushrooms be found in bulk at a natural food store?

    Salicali on

  • Where can I purchase the dried mixed vegetables?

    gj4boys on

  • I googled dried vegetable mix and found a non-GMO Vegetable on amazon. Here’s the link – http://www.amazon.com/Harmo…
    If the link doesn’t work – look for Harmony House Foods Soup Mix, Dried Vegetable

    I’m sure there are other brands… but wanted to answer your question… :)

    Angelita on

  • Where can you buy dried mixed vegetables?

    Barbara Jansen on

  • For the mixed veggies I simply used some dried tomatoes, yellow peppers and corn which I had from my garden. Also added some basil and oregano instead of marjoram. It was super easy to make, and very delish.

    Ann on

  • Has anyone tried drying their own vegetables in the dehydrator to make a dried vegetable mix for this recipe? It seems this would be a great way to use some of those over productive veggies from the garden.

    Roberta on

  • It is a very versatile seasoning and you should be able to find it in your local health food store, or grocery store. I like braggs known health brand ;)

    Kevtec. on

  • Nuts.com sells dried vegetables & nutritional yeast & all kinds of delicious nuts and grains….it’s my favorite website for healthy delights!

    Patty V on

  • A must make as it so convenient to have if you use, and make a lot of soups. A little goes a long ways ;)

    Kevtec. on

  • You could try a store bought mix of dried beans, lentils, peas, tomatoes, etc., or just make your own dried veggies in a dehydrator.

    David on

  • What is a FourSide jar? What does "Speed up mean? And "full cycle?"

    Margaret Bedell Gregory on

  • Yes, I have dried various vegetables at low temps until perfectly dry, then just blended them up in my Blendtec, add spices, herbs and voila! Quick ‘instant’ soup bases or flavoring for noodles or cream cheese spreads.

    Sammi on

  • how long can you store the vegetable broth powder?

    tamara on

  • The very BEST brand for Freeze-Dried vegetables (non-GMO and infinitely better than dehydrated, even from MY garden) is THRIVE. Find a consultant near you or contact ME at MaryG@myTHRIVEsite.com. By the way, Thrive Life uses Blendtec blenders in all of their food demonstrations and videos! So do I. When you use the BEST ingredients and tools, you end up with the VERY BEST food. I am excited to try this recipe and make my own Herbed Vegetable Broth Powder! I know it will be great!

    Mary Girven on

  • Also, if you live in the south-west and have a Sprouts near you, they have something called "veggie soup mix" in their bulk section. Sounds like it would work. Ingredients are: Green Split Peas, Yellow Split Peas, Barley, Lentils And Vegetable Pasta (Containing Whole Wheat Flour, Dehydrated Spinach, Tomato, Celery, Onion, Beets, And Garlic). Maybe just reduce the amount of garlic powder in the recipe since this mix already has some.

    KarenL on

  • Thanks for that tip. I just ordered some.

    NANCY on

  • But this has 520 mg of sodium per TEASPOON. Is that lower much lower than store bought ? I honestly don’t know.

    selser on

  • This has a ridiculous amount of sodium: 1/3 C of sea salt! Or 520mg per tsp – equal or more sodium than soy sauce, or simply a tsp of table salt

    Bonnie on

  • Michele…would you want to share how you make your mixes….I had not thougth of this before…thanks

    Cynthia on

  • How do you find dried lemon zest? I’ve always used the lemons I have since it’s easy and the peel usually gets thrown away/composted anyway. However, this is fresh. If this is necessary, do you think refrigerating it will work?

    Jill on

  • Honeyville Farms sells dried mixed vegetables. http://shop.honeyville.com/ They are non-GMO and some of their products are organic as well. Their prices are very competitive & they have a $4.95 flat shipping rate. You can save more by buying the big #10 cans and repackaging the contents into canning jars with an oxygen absorber pack to seal the jars. I use their products about daily. My 9-yr-old daughter snacks on the freeze-dried products after school instead of chips & crackers. I use their products in my cooking all the time. They are a lot like Thrive. You could price shop the difference. I think they would be equally healthy. Honeyville Farms does not add extra sodium, preservatives, etc. to their products. Check the ingredient lists. You’ll be amazed. It’s just 100% real food. Here’s a link to the freeze-dried mixed vegetables: http://shop.honeyville.com/… If you live near one of their brick-n-mortar stores go in & take a look. You can often find different sales than with their online store.

    Shiree on

  • You can make your own citrus zest by peeling and slicing (or just using a zester tool). If you zest the lemon over a piece of waxed paper, just leave the paper in an out of the way place for a day or two to dry out. Top of the fridge is nice and warm. When you can crumble the peels, put the crumbles in a glass jar. I use a lot of lemon juice and zest. I zest the lemon before juicing it and toss the pith into the compost. I could pay for a Blendtec with the money I’ve saved in 40 years of baking.

    Liz Simachia on

  • We recommend storing it for 3 months.

    Blendtec on

  • I love that this could be made low-salt. This makes a very tasty cup of broth….and great to add flavor to soup.

    Cynthia on

  • So Blendtec allows multi-level marketing spam in their comments?

    Brian C. Bock on

  • But you need to keep in mind that most products there do have synthetic colorings and fillers…

    David on

  • how many servings does this make?

    Dora on

  • I began drying all the vegetables in an old recipe from my grandmother, then combining them (potatoes, summer squash, onions, celery, carrots, cabbage . . . all the things from the garden) plus one apple. I grind them in an old hand meat grinder because I like that size pieces. Use canned tomatoes for a base and season to taste. Incredibly good and good for you. Also found that handfuls of the mix of vegetables can be added to other recipes.

    Ardie on

  • Is there a substitute for the nutritional yeast (I am to avoid anything related to mold or yeast – food sensitivity)?

    Donna on

  • Hi Donna, you can try ground beans or bean flour. Or you can omit it all together.

    Blendtec on

  • Also any substitute for the mushrooms (also mold / yeast issue)?

    Donna on

  • Has anyone made string bean powder? I am wondering if slightly large s
    Tringy beans can be used?

    Michelle on

  • You can omit the mushrooms.

    Blendtec on

  • This is exactly what I was looking for! Thank you!
    I was so tired of the waste from broth containers, bouillon isn’t my favorite and has a lot of sodium, and this is so customizable. It’s even great for a warm broth on its own.
    I left out the salt, and add it or tamari to my soup recipes.

    hlkljgk on

  • I dehydrate my mushrooms and put them in the blender. They powder nicely and I use it to spice sauces and in this vege broth recipe. I store them in a pint jar and they last a long time.

    Jac Morgan on

  • I love to make my own mixes like this. The store bought mixes are so high in sodium. This sounds yummy and I can’t wait to try it! Thanks Blendtec!

    Michele Whitman Germain on

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