Are you in the mood for a supper that won’t need much effort but will nonetheless satisfy your hunger? Then you absolutely need to give one of these soup recipes for the Vitamix a try. When you are looking for a quick and simple meal that is also nutritious, Vitamix soups are an excellent option.
There is a Vitamix soup recipe that will satisfy your appetites no matter what time of year it is, whether you’re in the need for tomato soup in the winter or corn chowder in the summer.
Directly in the blender is where this simple homemade tomato soup with a Vitamix is produced. It is airy and silky while also being creamy and bright, and it has a flavor that is both refined and reminiscent at the same time. The soup may be prepared in a matter of minutes, and it can be had at any time of the year.
This dish for roasted red pepper soup came perilously close to being scrapped. But every once in a while, the stars align, and what was going to be a lunch consisting of leftovers all of a sudden becomes a recipe worth trying.
Making soup in my Vitamix is one of my very favorite things to do. If you don’t have a soup setting on your Vitamix, you may try running it on high for about ten minutes. I have a soup setting on mine, but if you don’t have one, you could try that. In a soup, you may use pretty much any combination of ingredients that strikes your fancy, but these are the ones I went with.
You may adapt the flavor of this soup to your liking just as simply as you can alter the toppings on a pizza. Through the hole in the lid plug, add the remaining half of the vegetables and cheeses that were sautéed.
This recipe for tomato soup combines two steps, so it may be prepared in half the time. To make a silky smooth and warm soup, all you need to do is add all of the ingredients to your Vitamix, and it will do the rest of the work for you. Low in carbohydrates, flavorful, uncomplicated, and done in less than ten minutes.
Delicious and nutritious Recipe for a tomato-carrot soup that is not only delicious but also does not contain gluten. Tomatoes, carrots, and onions are roasted before being used to make this soup.
Behold! Cauliflower soup that has a velvety texture despite the absence of cream. Your hunger for warm, creamy soup will be completely satiated with this cauliflower soup recipe, and you won’t even need cheese for it!
This vegan macadamia and roasted sweet potato soup has a delightfully creamy texture and an amazing flavor, making it an outstanding option for an appetizer or a light supper during the holiday season.
This straightforward chicken soup is a soothing alternative to the tried-and-true classic. Put the chicken broth, milk, onion, two potatoes, and rosemary into the Vitamix container in the order that they are mentioned, then put the lid on it.
This Coconut Curried Cauliflower Soup is not only tasty but also very good for you. Because it is made with roasted cauliflower, Thai seasonings, and coconut milk, it has the creamiest texture and the most flavorful taste possible. It’s a dinner recipe that only takes forty minutes to make, and you’re going to fall in love with it!
This soothing and wholesome tortilla soup can be made in a blender or a Vitamix and is simple, delicious, and easy to make. It takes little time at all to put together and is made with vegan, gluten-free, and whole food ingredients.
On chilly days, you should warm up with a soup that highlights the season’s produce. A warm and hearty soup that is full of texture and taste is created by combining fresh ginger with vegetables such as turnips, carrots, and celery.
This homemade cream of mushroom soup is quick and easy to make, and despite its name, it doesn’t include a lot of cream. The primary ingredient is mushrooms, and that’s about all there is to it. Because it is so simple and fast to make, you won’t ever want to buy the canned variety again.
Everything about this time of year is so wonderful to me. I enjoy the fashion (including the scarves, gloves, and hats), the outdoors (with the red and orange leaves that are dropping and the snow-capped mountains), and all of the seasonal veggies and fresh herbs. Pumpkins, squash, yams, thyme, rosemary, and sage are the ingredients for this dish.
15. Beet Soup
Not only is beet soup delectable, but it is also loaded with a variety of beneficial elements. This version, which is blended, is creamy, savory, and full of flavor thanks to the combination of beets, parsnips, ginger, onion, and garlic. To finish it off, add a swirl of coconut cream (or yogurt) along with some chopped parsley and black sesame seeds.