Product review: Vonshef Digital Soup Maker and a #giveaway #win

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Vonshef Digital Soupmaker


Vonshef has a range of kitchen appliances that makes you want to get creative in the kitchen. This Vonshef Digital  Soup Maker is an all in one soup machine and I was gifted one to try out. You add any ingredients, it heats it up and even blends it if you want. The best thing is, there are several pre-programmed options including smooth soup, chunky soup or even smoothies. If you follow Tim Ferris’ recommendation and use the Happy Body diet, this piece of equipment is essential. You will be making a lot of vegetable soup with it and it will shorten your time in the kitchen.

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I tested this out on a Butternut Squash Soup and it was so easy and took less than 30 minutes. It made a big jug of soup, enough for 4 people,  effortlessly. Since it is so easy to use, I am going to be testing out a few more recipes with this soup maker. It’s great for making tasty, nutritious soup and so much cheaper than store-bought.

Easy Butternut squash soup recipe made in a digital soup maker
Easy Butternut squash soup recipe made in a digital soup maker

I found it really convenient and so much less mess than using a pan on the stove. Use it to make a full jug full (about 4 bowls), eat some and take some for lunch the next day.

Getting to know the Vonshef Digital Soup Maker

Vonshef Digital Soupmaker
Vonshef Digital Soupmaker
  • It comes in two pieces and a power cord. The top piece which is the lid with the control buttons, digital display and the blender attachment is the engine of the machine.
  • The bottom part of the soup maker is a sturdy glass jug with a solid base. At the bottom is the outlet to plug in the electric cord.
  • It has a family sized 1.75 ltr capacity
  • There are 4 modes to choose from, smooth soup, chunky soup, blend or pulse.
  • The blending blade is incorporated in the lid
  • It’s quite powerful with a 900w power rating for speedy heating up and blending.
  • An LED display clock that counts down the cooking time and shows the cooking temperature.
  • The soup will heat to 100C , boiling point.
  • There are 6 recipes in the accompanying booklet but you should unleash your creativity and play around with ingredients.
Vonshef Digital Soupmaker Temperature display
Vonshef Digital Soupmaker Temperature display

How to use the Vonshef soup maker

To start using it, firstly give it a wash.

Soup Maker Cooking Tips

  • Add a tablespoon of olive oil to the bottom of the jug before you put in the vegetables. With some ingredients, the bottom part of the vegetables might stick to the heated part.
  • When using meat for the soup, brown or cook the meat before adding it to the soup as it doesn’t cook long enough in the soup maker to cook the meat.
  • Use up all the bits of veg in your fridge or even any leftovers like roast potatoes. Turn it into a delicious soup in just 20 minutes.

How long does it keep soup warm?

If you keep the lid on, it can stay warm for up to half an hour. If you need to you can always zap it in the microwave. I tend to serve the soup as soon as it is done so do test it out yourself.

Is it easy to use for non-technical people?

Yes, the instructions are very easy to follow. You just need to press a couple of buttons and it will start cooking and turns off by itself.

The Vonshef Soup machine comes with a 2 year warranty and you can buy it on the Vonshef website or


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  1. frances hopkins says:

    I’d make a vegetable soup

  2. Christina Curtis says:

    I would love to make a nice potato and leek soup

  3. Abbie Pinches says:

    Perfect for the winter months/ colder days! My favourite to make would be butternut squash or broccoli and Stilton

  4. Susan Laing says:

    Has to be a nice chicken and vegetable soup nothing better on a cold day.

  5. Hazel Duncan says:

    I would make my Lentil soup

  6. Berna Gumus says:

    I would make lentil soup with chicken

  7. Danika Lillelund says:

    Soup!! Fond memories of drinking my gran’s butternut and ginger soup.

  8. Love this soup maker! ???

  9. Laney Briody says:

    I really love the idea of this making things quicker and easier in the kitchen.

  10. Iain Coull says:

    Pea and ham (from a chicken ? )

  11. I would try carrot and coriander

  12. Linda Mawdsley says:

    Beetroot and Bramley soup with horseradish

  13. Hannah GJ says:

    My dirty mind can’t stop looking at the squash and the onions! :’)

  14. Andrea Upton says:

    I still have pumpkins from the garden in store, so I nice curried pumpkin soup

  15. Charmian Simmons says:

    I would love to make a lovely carrot and butternut soup in this!

  16. Mary Heald says:

    I would have such fun with this soup maker…trying out traditional recipes and inspiring me to invent some of my own!

  17. Amanda tanner says:

    A Nice warm winter vegetable soup or leek and potatoe

  18. Wendy Lewis says:

    I would make carrot and coriander soup

  19. Selina Sheppard says:

    I would make a butternut squash and spinach soup! Yummy!

  20. Marian Fievez says:

    My Favourite soup is Leek and Potato xx

  21. My favorite is Home made Mushroom

  22. carrot corraiander, butternut squash with added dash of tabasco

  23. Beverley Cousins says:

    We always have a lot of veg left over at the end of the week and i can remember mum making her own veg soup which took forever simmering down on the stove, but it was worth it, so tasty.. To recreate something so delicious and packed with vitamins to take to work etc would be fabulous.

  24. Alan Bevan says:

    Carrot and coriander

  25. Stev Rigby says:

    Tomato – home made is so much different to shop bought

  26. I would make carrot and coriander

  27. cheryl hadfield says:

    potato and leek

  28. Butternut squash and chilli