Mama OWL Blog: VonShef Multifunctional Soup Maker | Review & Giveaway

VonShef Multifunctional Soup Maker | Review & Giveaway

Tuesday, 12 May 2015


I'm a big fan of the kitchen gadget. Anything that can make my life easier when preparing meals for me & my family gets the thumbs up from me, particularly when it is something as clever as the VonShef Multifunctional Soup Maker from Domu. With a large 1.7L capacity & easy-clean jug, it can blend and cook your soup in under 30 minutes and can also be used as a Blender, Cooker, Soya Maker, Sauce Maker, Steamer, Boiler, Smoothie Maker, Reheater, and even an Egg Boiler.


Since giving my diet an overhaul at the beginning of the new year, I've been trying plenty of new recipes and eating a lot more fruit and vegetables. I've discovered a new love of smoothies and soups, which I generally avoided previously as I didn't like the texture, and so the opportunity to try out the soup maker came at the perfect time. One of my favourite smoothie recipes at the moment is spinach, kale, a tbsp 0% fat Greek yoghurt, and frozen berries (blueberries & raspberries are my favourite) with water.

In addition, my eldest has just had her new braces fitted and is currently having difficulty eating anything that isn't smooth or soft. I used the soup maker to whip up a batch of healthy & tasty home-made leek & potato soup which is in the fridge for her for when she needs it. I have also used the soup maker as an egg boiler and prepared her a tub of egg mayo to have on its own or with some small pasta shapes.


The soup maker comes with full instructions but is foolproof to use, including an alarm that sounds until the machine is set up correctly for the chosen program. The machine blends, pulses, boils/steams (up to four eggs at a time), & reheats as well as having the capacity to make chunky or smooth soup with preset timed programs. You can even use its cooking program to clean it! It's easy to care for, simply rinsing after use or wiping down with a damp cloth where needed and taking care not to immerse the jug in water.

The instruction manual includes full care, usage and troubleshooting details as well as several easy to follow recipes for you to try, and the soup maker comes with an egg holder for steaming/boiling, and a special cleaning brush and pad. The VonShef soup maker can be purchased from the Domu website for the bargain price of £39.99, and it is also available to buy from their Amazon store.


Domu would like to offer readers of MamaOwl the chance to win one of these must-have kitchen gadgets for themselves - simply enter via the Rafflecopter widget below.

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I received a complimentary VonShef Multifunctional Soup Maker for review purposes.
The views shared are my own personal & honest opinions and written in my own words.

415 comments:

  1. Broccoli & Stilton x

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  2. Ooooooo I love soups! This looks fab. My favourite is tomato and basil. #triedtested

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  3. Love soup! One of my favourites is butternut squash 😀

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  4. Roasted tomato and chorizo :)

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  5. My favourite soup is pea & ham xxx

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  6. minestrone is my fave, delish! #triedtested

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  7. Potato and leek

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  8. Carrot & Coriander

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  9. This looks really interesting and the blend of soups you can do is endless!
    My children are big fans of beetroot, although I've never tried it in a soup before but hey, there's always a first!
    #TriedTested

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  10. I love making soups, but since my blender broke, I have to use the potato masher if I want a smoother texture. This looks great especially with all the other multi-functionality. My favourite soup is French Onion. #triedandtested

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  11. carrots and coriander soup

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  12. my favourite soup is lentil and bacon.

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  13. I love golden vegetable soup

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  14. Chicken and rice, as delicious and filling.

    Rachel Craig

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  15. Home made Minestrone (or Heinz tinned vegetable if I'm feeling poorly).

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  16. Chicken and mushroom or ox tail

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  17. Shalene Hodder12 May 2015 at 20:28

    Cream of cauliflower soup

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  18. Tomato and Basil

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  19. I have never made soup before in my life , this looks so useful for people who do though x #triedtested

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  20. That's brilliant. Can't believe it boils eggs. I have a vonchef egg boiler which is great (although doesn't so runny yolks - or not that I've found so far).

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  21. I love pea and ham #TriedTested

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  22. Love homemade minestrone

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  23. Leek & Potato soup so comforting in the winter x

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  24. Homemade mushroom

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  25. Paula Readings13 May 2015 at 13:05

    Tomato & Basil

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  26. For me it's either Mulligatawny or Pea and Ham. However as I can't make Mulligatawny properly (mine tastes awful!) I'll plump for Pea and Ham with lovely, fresh crusty bread and butter!

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  27. Spicy pear and parsnip soup

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  28. Homemade carrot, lentil & tomato

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  29. Carrot and Corriander

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  30. Home made tomato and basil

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  31. Broccoli and stilton all the way

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  32. This soup maker looks fab! My favourite is pea and mint for a summer soup :)

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  33. Creamy Chicken!

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  34. my home made cream of tomato

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  35. Tomato, Basil and onion :) (with LOADS of cheese sprinkled in and on top too!)

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  36. Edward Guerreiro13 May 2015 at 17:19

    The rather boring chicken soup.

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  37. amber costello13 May 2015 at 17:45

    i love either tomato or mushroom soup

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  38. Butternut Squash

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  39. vegetable soup made from veggies grown in the garden

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  40. Apple and apricot.

    Hazel Rea @beachrambler

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  41. Brocolli and stilton

    Ashleigh

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  42. Vegetable and tomato

    KATHY D

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  43. Elizabeth Hinds13 May 2015 at 20:16

    I love Leek and Potato :-)

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  44. Butternut squash and red pepper

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  45. Just good old plain veg soup

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  46. Karen Delaney
    Veg soup

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  47. I love a classic tomato soup with a drizzle of double cream on top! x

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  48. louise gazeley13 May 2015 at 20:40

    Broccoli & Stlton !!

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  49. Cream Of cauliflower

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  50. My homemade hearty lentil soup x

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  51. Peas Pudding soup - I lived on this as a kid when couldn't eat solid foods and remains my favourite...it's peas pudding, grated carrot and turnip, lamb, bacon, leek, and potato...chunky or blended, with homemade bread.

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  52. I love broccoli and stilton.

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  53. Home made chicken noodle soup

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  54. Vegetable soup is my favourite.

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  55. I love Broccoli and Stilton

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  56. this would be so handy in my kitchen #triedtested love potato and leek soup :)

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  57. Leek and potato is my fave

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  58. PEA and HAM

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  59. PEA AND HAM

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  60. Vegetable soup

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  61. Chicken and rice

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  62. Michael McAulay14 May 2015 at 15:27

    Cream of Tomato

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  63. Tomato & I nearly spelt it with an e on the end

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  64. Broccoli & Stilton :)

    ~ Anthony G

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  65. I love Chicken and Noodle Soup.

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  66. A seafood bisque, I could attempt to make it with this...prawns heads and all

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  67. A seafood bisque, I could attempt to make it with this, prawn heads and all.

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  68. Homemade Lentil, Vegetable and Bacon

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  69. Vegetable because there is always enough in the fridge to make it :-)

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  70. Broccoli and stilton! (has to be fresh through!)

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  71. Love Butternut Squash with Chilli - a delicious taste with a spicy kick

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  72. any fresh soup! Particularly like home made tomato soup

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  73. Sweet potato and lentil. Yum! (Nadia)

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  74. i love chicken and sweetcorn soup this looks fab brilliant giveaway x

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