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Blender Tomato & Sweetcorn Soup

This tomato soup is speedy, fills all those tomato soup boxes, and with only a few minutes in the blender, there is a piping hot bowl of soup.  To make raw soup, it does need food that is suitable for blending and not leaving a bitter aftertaste in the way that the onion family does, but it makes for a fabulously speed option when needed, especially when you have someone like my mum living at home, who pretty much has soup every day, and sometimes multiple times a day.

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As a Froothie Ambassador, I used my new Optimum VAC2 Air Vacuum Blender * to make this soup.  It does need a suitable blender for making soup this way, but with my one, the soup was smooth and very rich, despite being loaded with sweetcorn, which is usually very difficult to blend.  Read my review, or find out how to get one for yourself here. 

Raw Tomato and Sweetcorn Soup


  • 2 Tins Chopped Tomatoes (800g)
  • 1 Tin Sweetcorn (300g)
  • Teaspoon Salt
  • Teaspoon Ginger
  • Teaspoon Mixed Spice
  • Up to 200ml Double Cream (Optional)


I use the Optimum VAC2 Air Vacuum Blender.  This is a very simple recipe that needs very little preparation at all.

Step 1

Add ingredients to the blender.

Step 2

Choose the soup setting which blends for around 6 minutes.

Step 3

Serve with fresh bread and butter.

Find out more about the Optimum VAC2 Air Vacuum Blender on the Froothie website *

4 thoughts on “Blender Tomato & Sweetcorn Soup

  1. Interesting recipe thank you for sharing it as I absolutely love tomatoes!

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  2. Don’t think I’d have thought about combining tomatoes and sweetcorn. What a delicious idea. I still can’t quite get over the Vac 2 heating soup up without a heating element.

    1. Neither can I. It’s been a learning curve to find what ingredients work raw, but I’m getting there…

  3. This looks really yummy thank you for sharing it.

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