Giveaway (CLOSED): Cuisinart Soup Maker

Cuisinart Soup Maker

Christmas is a time for indulgence, so for a healthy start to the post Christmas season I am delighted to have this Cuisinart Soup Maker, RRP £140, to be won by one lucky Fuss Free Flavors reader.

I am a huge fan of Cuisinart products, and the Soup Maker will cook and then blend soup for 4 people in around 20 minutes.  As well as making soup the machine will also works as a regular blender making sauces, smoothies and crushing ice.

Cuisinart Soup Maker Features

  • 1000W rapid heating element & non-stick cooking plate 500W blender with stainless steel blades
  • Thermal glass jar 1.75L capacity for cool liquids, 1.4L for hot liquids
  • 2 speeds + pulse for hot liquids & 4 speeds + pulse for cool liquids
  • Triple seal lid allows you to blend even hot ingredients with full confidence
  • Audible beep at the end of the cooking cycle
  • Self clean feature
  • 3 year guarantee

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  1. Lisa Pope says

    I actually make a lot of soups & freeze them into individual portions for easy lunched or for when I can’t be bothered cooking. My absolute favourite soup is chicken & veg which I make with my own chicken stock & seasonal veg.

  2. Katy C Johnston says

    My fave winter soup is a nice thick home made one with Butternut squash, sweet potato, fried onions, carrots and leek! Yummy :)

  3. brenda heads says

    I usually make vegetable soup, but my son says that soup has to have dumplings in. guess I will be making them afterwards if I am lucky enough to win this lovely prize.

  4. elisa wright says

    I love parsnip soup but i’m often disappointed when I buy it and it’s spicy. If I could make my own that would be fab!

  5. Heather Haigh says

    I love a spicey golden soup made from roasted butternut squash, mango, carrots, sweet potato, onions, and spices.

  6. Brigitte Leprince says

    I love home made Chicken & Vegetable Soup full of fresh in seasons vegetables and small noodles – absolutely delicious! (If there is some left over, the next day I add curry powder to variate.)

  7. Melanie Gardiner says

    We make lots of soups but my own personal favourite is lentil and red pepper. My other half prefers butternut squash and is actually right in the middle of making a batch. Both the boys prefer courgette and tomato.

    We grow the butternuts, courgettes and tomatos so this really keeps costs down.

  8. Rachel Melton says

    I have wanted one of these for ages! I love butternut squash and sweet potato soup, gorgeous with a bit of pepper

  9. catherine west says

    i love potatoe soup in winter. with cheese sprinkled on the top. sadly i havnt been able to make it myself, but if i won the *souper doper* soup gizmo i could make my own soup instead of having to pay a bundle in a resturant.

  10. Fran Light says

    My favourite winter soup is my homemade sweet potato, carrot, red pepper and chilli soup; delicious and very warming :-)

  11. Emma Chippendale says

    my ultimate soup is cream of tomato, so simple but so comforting and even better with cheese on toast to dip in. delish

  12. michelle evans says

    I Love Mulligatawny Soup. With it’s spice its a Soup that really does warm you up. My husband loves it in a flask for work.

  13. Marie Rose says

    Winter or not my favourite soup has to be home made chicken made from scratch especially if I can get someone else (Yes partner I do mean you) to make it for me.

  14. Jay Scales says

    The one I just had for lunch! Spicy red lentil and harissa – packed with celery, onions & peppers to ward off winter colds, and a hit of taste from chillies and harissa, and very very thick and satisfying due to the lentils :)

  15. cecelia Allen says

    I love the soup left after making a huge pot of beef and vegetable stew. I serve the stew and dumplings for an evening meal and the next day we have the soup that is left with bread rolls.

  16. Alison Macdonald says

    Mmmmm my favourite is my home-made tomato & lentil soup (escpecially nice when we have fresh tomatoes from our greenhouse :-) Nice & healthy. The kids all love it too which is an added bonus

  17. Louise Turner says

    Heinz Tomato with a hint of chilli – plain tomato soup will never be the same again! Maybe I need a soup maker to help me make my own!!

  18. vauna beauvais says

    Broccoli and Stilton Soup
    Rich and deep flavours. Easy to do, and good for a balanced diet due to the soup having protein, fats and carbs – perfect with fresh, slightly warmed, crusty bread and salted butter.

  19. Hilda Hazel wright says

    My favourite soup all year round is sweet potato and coconut. I make it with lots of garlic, ginger, coriander, chilli and a bit of garam masala, tastes divine!

  20. vauna beauvais says

    Garbure is a thick meat, bean and vegetable soup. It is a Famous Traditional French Recipe from the South-West of France.

  21. Heather not in Lapland says

    My favourites got to be carrot and coriander. Not sure if that’s specifically a winter soup, but yummy still

  22. Maralyn Smith says

    French onion is my favourite soup, it has a lot of flavour -served with a really good French stick, it’s a soup I love to savour!

  23. K.C.Mankell says

    I would like to venture into soup making especially with the cold weather we are having. At present I plump for the well known brands and rate tomato soup as favourite

  24. Gilla says

    I absolutely love chicken soup. I never make it the same twice, just lots of chicken stock and whatever veg I have to hand – the more the better!

  25. Tracy Matthews says

    I like going a little bit luxurious over the Christmas period, so last year we had a parsnip & stilton soup with croutons covered in edible gold leaf. It did look beautiful even if I said so myself.

  26. Samantha Ackland says

    I love to make chciken and veg we always have it the day after a roast when ive boiled up the bones etcto make the base, i use what ever veg i have about , think it will be turkey and veg tomorrow though :-)

  27. Phyllis Ellett says

    Had some ‘Gravy’ left over from the Christmas Day slow cooker beef, (We not turkey fans). This contained carrots, onions, celery ect with the beef juices and the original beef stock. we blitzed that and added boiled spuds cut up into small cubes. Made a lovely soup, now our favourite.

  28. Becky Willis says

    Parsnip and parmesan. I’ve not seen it in a shop but is super easy to make:
    2 large parsnips
    2 floury potatoes cubed
    1tsp chopped garlic
    1 onion
    50g parmesan (strong cheddar could be used but I vastly prefer parmesan)

    Use a large heavy based pan. Sweat the onion, add the parsnips & garlic and season with lots of black pepper. After no more than 3 mins add in the potato and stock / water (or 50/50 stock/white wine) to cover. Boil gently until potato and parsnip are fully cooked, liquidise, add grated cheese and stir in then serve hot. If I am really craving comfort food then I add a slice of bacon with the onion at the beginning. Sorry for the recipe not being well written, I do it from memory and never measure anything!

  29. Hazel Howorth says

    My favourite winter soup is roasted red pepper and tomato – home made of course ;) and for that extra warmth, I add a bit of hot chilli – absolutely gorgeous with fresh bread.

  30. sharon woodruff says

    OOOOOOOOOOOOO has to be carrot and coriander…. love it…. everyones bought me cooking books for xmas this… i think they’re all hinting my cooking bad lol.. would loveeeee to learn how to make my own homemade soups with this. xxxx

  31. Sue Oldham says

    I would LOVE this! Both me and my husband have resolved to lose weight this year and home made soups are great for that. Plus both my sons, aged 18 and almost 21, have decided to eat more healthily and soups are great for that too! Fingers crossed and thanks for the chance!

  32. Joanne Mapp says

    I know it sounds boring, but a nice Leek and Potato soup certainly warms the cockles on a cold winter day

  33. Dan Price says

    I love carrot and corriander soup as it reminds me of picnics with my fiancee and we can’t wait for our little girl to be old enough to enjoy it too, such a winter warmer :)

  34. Caroline S says

    turkey (or chicken) stock made from a boiled up bird carcass then filled with any leftover meat, carrots, onion, celery, lentils, split peas and pearl barley and left all lumpy – not pureed. Fabulous

  35. Bex Henderson says

    I love making spiced butternut squash soup for mine and my partners lunches, I always but a dash of cinnamon in it and it gives it a lovely wintery taste.