Welcome to our reviews section, the archive of all our soup maker reviews organised by brand.

Just below you’ll find them listed down the page. Click into the brand you’re interested in, and you’ll find a list of the available reviews. Keep in mind some are more recent than others, and some are likely now to be out of stock in many retailers. Where possible, we check with Amazon electronically and mark the out of stock models accordingly.


Soup Maker Brands

large image of Tefal Easy Soup and Smoothie Maker, 1.2 Litre Jug, 5 Programs, Smooth and Chunky Soup, Smoothie, Compote, Auto-Clean, 1000W, Digital Control, Stainless Steel, Compact BL841140 Tefal

As one of the most popular kitchen brands in the UK, it shouldn’t be a great surprise to learn that our soup maker reviews place Tefal at the top of the tree when it comes to features and value. In the Tefal reviews, you’ll find our highest placed Easy Soup Maker review that sells well and offers great functionality, all at a competitive price.

Go to the Tefal soup maker reviews section.

large image of Morphy Richards Classic Soup Maker, 1.6L, Multi-Settings, LED Displayed Panel, Motorised Blade, Stainless Steel, 1000W, 48822 Morphy Richards

Another heavyweight in kitchen gadgets are Morphy Richards. Like Tefal, they’re very popular across a diverse set of kitchen products, and that experience delivers high quality products with comprehensive features. Specific to soup makers, you’ll get great automatic cooking cycles that allow the process to complete in a hands off fashion, allowing you to focus on other things until your meal or snack is ready for serving.

Go to the Morphy Richards soup maker reviews section.

large image of VonShef Soup Maker - Multifunctional Digital 900W Soup Machine with Large 1.75L Capacity - Versatile Blender Makes Smoothies, Milkshakes & Protein Shakes – For Quick, Easy Heating & Blending - 4 Modes Vonshef

As a lesser known brand, Vonshef are definitely worth a look as they’ve release a few soup makers over the years. Generally, they tend to be cheaper than the bigger names, with reasonably good features. You don’t get quite the same amount of bells and whistles, but if you’re just getting started in the world of soup making then that may not be a problem.

Go to the Vonshef soup maker reviews section.