Quick and Easy Soups in Your Blender [Video]

In this episode of “In the Kitchen With Pampered Chef,” Tim Hagedorn spotlights how soups are the perfect addition to your weeknight menu. They're easy to make, easy to customize, and a great way to add fresh vegetables to your diet. With the help of our Deluxe Cooking Blender, you can have homemade soup on your table any night of the week.

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This cooking blender makes kitchen prep simpler and cooking time faster. With settings that heat up to 220° F (104° C) make soups, jams, nut butters, and alternative milks like almond milk in one tool and with no guesswork. The heated wash setting makes clean-up easy.

Let family and friends add soup toppings at the dinner table. Save table space and keep everything in easy reach with our Lazy Susan. It’s a beautiful, convenient way to serve charcuterie, cheese, or after-dinner treats. It also locks into place.

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Cauliflower Soup
Cauliflower Soup
In the video, Tim starts with a cauliflower soup because it’s the perfect base for adding in other vegetable purees and mix-ins. Try carrot, sweet potato or even parsnip puree as your secret weapon to get more veggies into almost any meal.
Broccoli Cheddar Soup With Cheddar Biscuits
Broccoli Cheddar Soup With Cheddar Biscuits

The 3-ingredient biscuit recipe in this video is part of the Broccoli Cheddar Soup With Cheddar Biscuits recipe because the two are a delicious match. The biscuit recipe uses heavy cream instead of butter as the fat, so you get a light, chewy biscuit. Using a scoop helps portion the dough into equal amounts for even baking.

Butternut Squash Soup
Butternut Squash Soup With Pumpkin Seed Granola

Instead of traditional crackers in your soup, try homemade granola. The recipe is part of our Butternut Squash Soup. This granola recipe is made on the stovetop and adds extra, texture, flavor, and aroma to your soup. The cinnamon and ginger offer warm, rich aromas, while the toasted oats and pumpkin seeds give a satisfying crunch.  

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11 Responses to Quick and Easy Soups in Your Blender [Video]

  1. Kathryn H Barges September 9, 2019 at 1:22 pm #

    I love every thing, but I have food allergies to some of the ingredients like Pepper Garlic marinade anything hot and spicy they make me very ill for 2 days. So can some of them be skipped from the recipe if I made them?

    • Amity Grimes June 28, 2021 at 7:01 pm #

      I leave out ingredients all the time due to family food allergies. The only time you can’t do it is when the ingredient contributes to the chemical reaction (like baking soda or yeast) or the texture or structure (like fat or liquid), but you can usually find a substitute for those ingredients when that is the case. For example, we make pesto without any nuts. It works just fine! I make up for a little loss of thickness by adding extra cheese, but I have also made it with no cheese and it comes out as a lovely basil/olive oil sauce that’s great on pasta or fish. I have even made it with cilantro instead of basil. Don’t be afraid to experiment!
      Good luck!

  2. marc berson September 18, 2019 at 10:40 am #

    you added sweet potato puree to the califlower soup. how much puree did you make? what is the difference between that and the sweet potato soup recipe? looks wonderful.

  3. Jeannette October 28, 2019 at 11:40 am #

    Hi. How would I turn the cauliflower soup into pumpkin soup? I’ve never had pumpkin soup, but pictures in cookbooks and online always make it look good.
    I like your easy biscuit recipe too!


  4. Susan November 1, 2019 at 11:05 pm #

    Is the pitcher of the cooking blender made out of glass? Or something else? It doesn’t say anywhere, and this is very frustrating to me. For an item of this price, more info should be available.

    • Missy December 28, 2019 at 8:02 am #

      It is glass.

  5. Heather February 19, 2020 at 1:45 pm #

    Why does it say any non-dairy liquid for the soups? What happens with milk?

    • Carlene August 25, 2020 at 3:51 pm #

      It is made of glass.

  6. Di October 4, 2020 at 2:46 pm #

    The milk will scorch

  7. Jennifer Hurry May 6, 2021 at 10:14 am #

    I would love to be able to make Lentil or black bean soups with the cooking blender. would I need to cook the beans/lentils prior?

  8. Paula Heitman October 13, 2021 at 2:14 pm #

    Can I used pre-roasted cauliflower from the supermarket to make my soup in my PC heated blender? It would be already cooked but cold. I think it would be delicious because of the flavors in the roasted cauliflower. Yet, all the recipes call for raw veggie on the PC site.

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