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Healthy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

Healthy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe with Celery Root, Apples, and Herbes de Provence. This classic French combination is a treat on the dinner table and easy on the hips.

Healthy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe in bowl

Easy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

We’ve had some of the coldest days of winter this week, here in western North Carolina. So fridged, my hands are cracking, even though they’ve not been exposed to the elements.

All I want to do is wrap up in a blanket, sit by the blazing fireplace, and read. All I want to eat is piping-hot soup… Like our Butternut Squash Soup Recipe.

This healthy butternut squash soup is savory-sweet, with a delicate herby note.

It’s loaded with hearty butternut squash, celery root, onions, and garlic; a classic french combination. Then we added apples for a touch of sweetness, and fragrant Rodelle Herbes de Provence to round out the rustic french appeal.

Herbes de Provence is an herb blend that incorporates all the flavors of a french countryside: rosemary, thyme, lavender, bay, basil, and marjoram, along with a few other herbs. The lavender gives the herb blend a unique quality that makes plain-jane dishes stand out.

Butternut Squash Soup Recipe in cup with chives

I made this slow cooker friendly recipe with my new favorite kitchen toy.

It’s a cross between a slow cooker, an electric searing station, and a hot plate. Meaning, it’s an all-in-one must-have kitchen tool. Not really a toy at all!

The new KitchenAid Multi-Cooker is a brilliant invention, making it possible to sear, simmer, and slow cook all in one easy-to-clean electric pot.

It’s safe to leave for hours on its slow cooker setting, and eliminates the need to brown vegetables or meats in a separate pan before adding them to the slow cooker.

Making the Best Butternut Squash Soup Recipe - Ingredients needed

There’s an additional Stir Tower Attachment for the KitchenAid Multi-Cooker, to simplify dishes that you would normally babysit with a wooden spoon.

Imagine not having to stand over risotto and continually stir. You just set the KitchenAid Stir Tower to your desired speed and time and let it do the work.

In all honesty, at first, I thought it was silly to have a device do the stirring. Yet now that I’ve tried it, I’m amazed at how hands-free dinner can be. Realistically, I could sear something in the morning, set the temperature and stir settings, and leave the house without care.

KitchenAid Multicooker

And that’s exactly what I did with this healthy butternut squash soup recipe. I seared the veggies and apples to soften and release their flavors, stirring with the stir tower… while I did homework with the kids.

Then I came back later, added vegetable broth and Rodelle Herbes de Provence, and set it to simmer for a couple of hours while I worked out and visited with a neighbor.

When we were ready to eat, I used an immersion blender to puree the soup until smooth, creating an ultra-healthy plant-based dinner that filled and warmed our bellies.

Want one?

KitchenAid Multicooker + Stir Tower

What Ingredients You Will Need

  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • 1 large onion peeled and chopped
  • 4 cups butternut squash peeled, seeded, and chopped into 1-inch cubes (from a 3-pound squash)
  • 2 cups firm apple peeled and chopped into 1-inch cubes
  • 2 cups celery root peeled and chopped into 1-inch cubes
  • 4 cloves garlic peeled and minced
  • 6-7 cups vegetable broth or vegetable stock
  • 2 tbsp Rodelle Herbes de Provence
  • Salt and pepper
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How to Make Butternut Squash Soup


Turn the KitchenAid Multi-Cooker on Sear. Add the oil and once the Multi-Cooker is preheated, add the onion, butternut squash, apples, celery roots, and garlic. Sear and stir (by hand or with the KitchenAid Multicooker Stir Tower) until soft and slightly brown, about 15 minutes. Then add the vegetable broth until it reaches the max fill line. Stir in the herbs de provence, 1 ½  teaspoons salt, and ½  teaspoon pepper.

Cover the Multicooker and set to Simmer. Set the timer for 2 hours and leave it alone.

Once the timer goes off, use a KitchenAid Immersion Blender to puree the soup until smooth. Salt and pepper to taste. Best garnish options: sour cream, creme fraiche, chive, crumbled bacon, pomegranate arils, Shaved Roasted Brussels Sprouts.

Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for 3 to 5 days. You can make two batches worth and freeze a portion for later. You can microwave or warm up on the stove. 

See The (Printable) Recipe Card Below For Easy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe. Enjoy!

easy butternut squash soup with celery

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Check the printable recipe card below for the nutrition information including calories, carbohydrates, protein, saturated fat, sodium, vitamin c, and fiber percentages.

Butternut Squash Soup
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Healthy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours 35 minutes
Healthy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe with Celery Root, Apple, and Herbes de Provence! This classic French soup is easy on the waistline.
Servings: 8


  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 large onion peeled and chopped
  • 4 cups butternut squash peeled, seeded, and chopped into 1-inch cubes (from a 3-pound squash)
  • 2 cups firm apple peeled and chopped into 1-inch cubes
  • 2 cups celery root peeled and chopped into 1-inch cubes
  • 4 cloves garlic peeled and minced
  • 6-7 cups vegetable broth
  • 2 tablespoons Rodelle Herbes de Provence
  • Salt and pepper


  • Turn the multicooker (on Instant Pot) on Sear. Add the oil and once the Multi-Cooker is preheated, add the onion, butternut squash, apples, celery roots and garlic. Sear and stir (by hand or with the KitchenAid Multicooker Stir Tower) until soft and slightly brown, about 15 minutes. T
  • Add the vegetable broth until it reaches the max fill line. Stir in the herbes de provence, 1 1/2 teaspoons salt, and 1/2 teaspoon pepper.
  • Cover the Multicooker and set to Simmer. Set the timer for 2 hours and leave alone.
  • Once the timer goes off, use a KitchenAid Immersion Blender to puree the soup until smooth. Salt and pepper to taste. Best garnish options: sour cream, creme fraiche, chive, crumbled bacon, pomegranate arils, Shaved Roasted Brussels Sprouts.


Serving: 1g, Calories: 99kcal, Carbohydrates: 21g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 2g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Sodium: 749mg, Potassium: 431mg, Fiber: 3g, Sugar: 8g, Vitamin A: 7870IU, Vitamin C: 21.3mg, Calcium: 77mg, Iron: 2.1mg
Course: Soup
Cuisine: American
Author: Sommer Collier

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326 comments on “Healthy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe”

  1. We LOVE this soup. It is delicious, easy to make and something I look forward to making all fall and winter long.

  2. This might seem funny but never tried anything out of squash! And this definitely seems to be a great way to start off! Definitely trying this out!

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  4. Risotto for sure

  5. OmG amazing

  6. Something to stir risotto for me? Way cool. I would be making lots of risotto!

  7. I would love to make some chili, chicken soup and beef stew… :)

  8. I think I would have to try risotto finally. I have always wanted to but am too lazy to stand there and stir for so long!

  9. I want to make Cilantro soup!

  10. I would make a beef stew.

  11. butternut squash soup

  12. I would LOVE to make some risotto with this!

    On an unrelated note– I love your back splash!

  13. Two of my favorite things!!

    Butternut squash ANYTHING!

    And the coolest KitchenAid product EVER!

  14. KitchenAid Multi-Cooker + Rodelle Herbes de Provence = Beef Brisket

  15. That is an amazing gadget! Some kind of vegetable beef stew would be good to try it with. Sear the beef, add the soup, and mix it up hands-free!

  16. My signature healthy soup

  17. Italian wedding soup!!

  18. With the temperatures dropping again, I would make a staple meal that my family loves – SOUP!

  19. I’d love to make some oatmeal raisin cookies.

  20. i would love to make some kind of soup

  21. I would love to make spicy chili! :D

  22. Definitely a chowder – clam or fish. Yum!

  23. I’d probably make some kind of soup.

  24. I would make my own original feta, garlic, tomato, dill soup.

  25. Soup, I would for sure make soup. Maybe something like a nice cauliflower or cream of mushroom or something.

  26. It is cold outside today, I would make soup.

  27. Our new favorite food….chicken curry!

  28. This seems awesome. French onion soup sounds good. I think this would be great to make curries too.

  29. I would love to make an array of soups… pumpkin, chili, italian wedding, and more!

  30. I would use this KitchenAid and these spices to make a Spicy Beef Stew!

  31. I have not idea. So many choices! A stew sounds like it might be a good inaugural dish, though.

  32. I would make a roasted pork in the slow cooker.

  33. Risotto sounds good!!

  34. Gosh, I honestly don’t know what I’d make. I’ve never been much for soups and such, in large part because it always seemed like a lot of work! Perhaps I’d finally try french onion soup at home!

  35. A white bean chili!!

  36. I would make some soup!

  37. This looks amazing!

  38. A hearty soup or a big batch of chili for this cold winter. I’m in Canada, so I need all the warming up I can get!

  39. Obviously this butternut squash soup! But, I’ve had a recipe for a vegetable soup that I’ve been dying to try out, so that would be in the line up, too!

  40. Yum! I’d make butternut squash risotto!

  41. I would love to make a smaller batch of pasta sauce/gravy with this cooker! Love the color and kitchen aid!

  42. i would love to try risotto in this!!!!!!!!!!!! how cool is that?!

  43. Sriracha Chicken Soup! This looks so cool!!

  44. I would love to try your soup

  45. We really love chili, so I would do a veggie version with dark chocolate.

  46. I’ve always wanted to try making risotto and this seems like the perfect way to do it.

  47. I would love to make my potato soup in this new kitchen aid cooker. It would be an awesome addition to my kitchen!

  48. I would make broccoli soup.

  49. Your butternut squash soup looks delish and so pretty.
    OK..I have my eye on this baby (machine) for a couple of months now.
    Ingenious..what took so long..no longer do we need to sear or brown..yah.
    With that said first recipe to be make with be southern pot roast with potato, onion, mushrooms; and carrots.

  50. New England Clam Chowder

  51. Risotto, and the soup. yumm

  52. I would love to make this soup!

  53. This is awesome! I would make some broccoli cheese soup and that butternut squash soup look amazing!

  54. Artic air is on it’s way to KY this coming weekend and a hearty bean soup sounds good to me along with some cornbread and sweet tea! :-)

  55. I have never heard of this device before, but wow – it looks amazing! I would try butternut squash soup, chicken soup, tomato soup – my favorites. Then I’d get bold and open a cookbook or some pinterest boards and try a bunch of new things.

  56. I would try this squash soup for sure, looks delicious.

  57. This soup looks yummy! I’d make rice pudding

  58. I would make pecan pralines!

  59. I make would this soup for one and I love to use the herbs in fritattas and chicken – I have also been on a soup kick lately

  60. I would make chili and all different kinds of soup!

  61. I would make this soup recipe you posted! I love butternut squash soup!

  62. This healthy butternut squash would definetly be my first recipe to try out with the new KitchenAid product.

  63. I would definitely try a beef stew.

  64. This sounds delicious. I’d make a slow-cooker Southwest Chicken with black beans veggies, and rice.

  65. I think I’ll be making asparagus cream soup. Sooo good!

  66. That is brilliant. ..would love to try making so many things! !

  67. I’ve been craving potato soup so that would be a first choice for what I would make

  68. I would make a white chili soup

  69. Looks like a cool tool!

  70. I would make rice pudding.

  71. This butternut squash soup looks delicious, I also love making and eating carrot ginger and good old chicken soup.

  72. I would love to make a chicken pot pie or slow cooker short ribs!

  73. Your recipe for this Butternut Soup is making my mouth water, so I think I would make it with this cooker and the spice blends :)

  74. So love butternut squash anything! This cooker is exactly what I’ve been waiting for. It’s perfect for my goulash, bolognese sauce, so many soups and dinners that I’ve been making in my crockpot!

  75. African Peanut Stew

  76. OMG the Stir-tower is genius!

  77. Would love to make a some sort of spicy soup!

  78. thanks for the chance to win your wonderful giveaway.

    I just found your website when I was looking for buffalo chicken macaroni and cheese … SO glad I did as the recipe was delicious, creamy, full of flavor and spice. It’s a keeper.

    I think I would try the butternut squash soup if I won.

  79. I would make a batch of Spicy Apple Butter!

  80. A creamy soup sounds good to me.

  81. I’d try risotto, first!

  82. the first thing I would make is the butternut squash soup recipe

  83. Albondigas

  84. I would make linguine with slow cooker beef and vegetable ragu sauce.

  85. I’d cook that beautiful Healthy Squash Soup. Looks wonderful. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  86. I would love to try a Thai soup or classic chicken noodle.

  87. vegetarian baked beans

  88. I would love to make Taco Soup in it or Chili, my top favorites.

  89. I would love to try a curry dish in the cooker. I wonder about jam for canning as well…

  90. Soups. All day, every day!

  91. I would make a soup or chili.

  92. I have a lemon fennel risotto recipe that’s a pain to stand and stir…this would be perfect!

  93. I would make some creamy buffalo chicken chili.

  94. I would make mulligatawny soup!

  95. Beef stew.

  96. I would try your squash soup recipe. It looks so good!

  97. I would make any soup with that handy little cookpot!

  98. I would make minestrone soup! Yum!

  99. I would make a good chicken stew.

  100. white chicken bean soup

  101. this looks like a wonderful addition to my kitchen.. I love slow cooking and would use it first to make a minestrone soup….

  102. Risotto! And yoghurt! And sound galore, including butternut!

  103. I would love to make this soup! Butternut squash anything is amazing!

  104. Creamy Tomato soup and this recipe would be two I would love to try :)

  105. This recipe. Yum!

  106. This looks incredible – the multicooker is pretty neat too.

    Thanks much for the chance! If I were to get one of these, I would have to try a risotto first, then maybe a carbonnade.

  107. I have no idea what I’d make, but I can promise you, I’d have a heck of a fun time trying ALL KINDS of cool recipes with this…WOW, it’s SO nice!!! :)

  108. I would love to try and make short ribs in this .

  109. Love the soup recipe…must try it this week. Would love to win!!!

  110. I’d love to make soups to start with, but this looks really cool. I think the possibilities are endless.

  111. I’d love to make a brisket in this using the brisket rub.

  112. I would make shrimp risotto while I played with my kids

  113. If I won this appliance, the first soup I would make would be Moroccan Spiced Chickpea Soup.

  114. i hadnt seen this gadget until now. Wow!! It would definitely come in handy for all sorts of things… starting with my Mom’s homemade chocolate pie filling!!!!

  115. Tomato basil ❤

  116. Looks super yummy – can’t wait to try this recipe!

  117. soup and stew

  118. I love Kitchenaid! I would make everything!

  119. This butternut squash soup sounds like what we’ve been looking for to make. The multi-cooker would also be a bonus to use in making this soup!

  120. I would make our family’s favorite and that is a beef ot roast. It would be wonderful to win this wonderful giveaway.

  121. This looks awesome! Both the soup and the KitchenAid!

  122. I would make chicken noodle soup.

  123. i love this machine. I would use this machine for everything from breakfast custards to hot chocolate to soup to roasts. We work six days a week and it would be a wonderful addition to our lives. Thank you

  124. Curried carrot soup my new favorite!

  125. I have a couple of soup recipes pinned that would be perfect to cook in this!

  126. i would love to make this butternut squash soup!! It’s one of my favorite veggies

  127. I’ve never seen a KitchenAid Multi Cooker before, but it looks amazing!

  128. I would love to make a nice pot of chili to get warm!

  129. I would love to make Irish Stew

  130. I’d make a split pea and ham soup!

  131. Awesome for Risotto! I would also make your soup!

  132. I have a recipe for Yellow Split Pea Soup with Crispy Prosciutto that would be phenomenal!

  133. Looks great for any soup!

  134. I never knew this device existed. It looks so neat and convenient.

  135. Grandma’s stew.

  136. ANYTHING!!!! I just want to get my hands on this and make something!

  137. We love soups, so I can think of many to try!

  138. My instant reaction is French Onion Soup … but the list is endless!

  139. I would make a coconut curry soup!

  140. What a great kitchen tool! This would be perfect for our crazy nights when my kids have extra homework. I would definitely try this Butternut squash soup recipe. I think a chili with the Sriracha seasoning would be great, too.

  141. What a fantastic appliance!!! Cheeseburger soup would never be the same.

  142. What a cool gadget!! Thanks for this opportunity! I love soupd, and this butternut squash soup would definitely be one I’d try..probably some pea soup & veggie soups, also.Yum!!

  143. Any kind of soup with that Sriracha seasoning would be awesome!

  144. This soup fanatic would go insane if she won this! It’s gorgeous and functional. What a great giveaway. I would make my favorite creamy roasted garlic tomato soup! :)

  145. Whoa, my mind is totally blown by this machine! I would probably make a beef stew – since I’ve covered in 1 million feet of snow right now…

  146. I would love to try your butternut squash soup!

  147. Tomato soup first, then chicken and dumplings!

  148. I would make tomato basil soup in it.

  149. Love this! It would be a lifesaver for risotto!

  150. I would like to try chicken and dumplings.

  151. I would try everything!

  152. I’d make a yummy beef stew or a roast!

  153. I would make soup of some sort. This one or one of my favorites.

  154. This soup looks amazing!! Would love to make it!

  155. I would make my mom’s famous broccoli soup!

  156. I would make a beef & veg stew or maybe chili

  157. I woul love to make a seafood chowder or bisque.

  158. A spicy tomato bisque, to warm up on a cold day.

  159. I would make risotto and then roast…always in a hurry to get it in so we don’t often sear it first!

  160. Beef stew would be my first choice. Thanks

  161. I think I’d like to try a pot roast, which I would sear before slow cooking and which would probably taste great with the Texas Style Brisket Rub.

  162. Potato soup!! Looks like an amazing tool

  163. I will make sweetpotato soup!

  164. Your recipe!

  165. I would do soup first than keep trying new things with it

  166. I would use the multi cooker to try this soup and several others!

  167. Different soups

  168. I’m going to research this new toy!

  169. It won’t be long before its time to get out in the creek and find some she crabs. I think this pot and that stirring gadget would make a fine she crab soup.

  170. some spicy spanish rice!

  171. Sweet Spiced Pumpkin Soup!!

  172. I would make a beef stew!

  173. I’d make venison stew

  174. I would love to make a roast with potatoes and veggies.

  175. All kinds of summer jams and preserves!!

  176. I’d love to try a risotto I don’t have to stand over and stir.

  177. I would definitely make this soup! But I would love to experiment with this cooker. What a fun tool!

  178. I would make a homemade pasta sauce from scratch

  179. Soups ❤️

  180. I would be so excited to make a variety of different cream soups and broth soups!! So many options!!

  181. I would love to make some beef stew

  182. I’d love to make some kind of roast. I think not having to lose all that goodness from the searing pan would just amp up the flavor big time!

  183. What a fun giveaway! I would make risotto in it! :D So convenience.

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  184. I would like to make a creamy sweet potato soup.

  185. butternut squash soup

  186. I’d use it for everything!

  187. First would be your butternut squash soup, and then anything and everything!!!

  188. This soup looks incredible! And I am in LOVE with that multi cooker!!! I wants it!

  189. I would really love to try this new cooker! I’ve never heard of such a gadget!

  190. I’m already subscribed to ASP. Do I need to resubscribe to get those points?

  191. French Onion Soup or Chicken Tortilla Soup! Two family favorites!

  192. I’d like to try a shredded beef.

  193. I’d make some sort of broccoli soup – mine always sticks to the bottom so it would be great to have the stirring attachment!

  194. Your Butternut soup looks amazing and happens to be my favorite soup but I think this cuisinart cooker may be amazing for making jam! The stirring feature is so great.
    I love my strawberry rhubarb jam but I hate stirring so this would be amazing to try. of course I would have to make scones to go with! Love to try it!!!

  195. I would like to try this soup and also split pea soup.

  196. I would make some black bean soup.

  197. I would make Risotto! Yummy!

  198. I would make this soup first & then many other soups & braised short ribs

  199. Some hearty stew for sure ! I did not see any disclosures at the top and was wondering if this is a sponsored giveaway by Kitchen Aid ?? Thank you !

  200. Mac and cheese

  201. I would love to do a carrot ginger soup in this!!

  202. I’d like to make a chicken tortilla soup.

  203. I’d first make a creamy Sriracha chicken soup.

  204. I love Butternut Squash Soup! It’s only been recently, that I started preparing it, the first time was this past Christmas! Your recipe looks like a real winner; the addition of apple sounds very appetizing! If I’m fortunate enough to win this KitchenAid Multi-Cooker and Stir Tower + 3 Rodelle Spice Blends, I would definitely make this Healthy Butternut Squash Soup! Thanks for the chance!

  205. I love soup and this is one I’d really like to make. I’m crazy about both butternut squash and celery root, but unfortunately it’s hard to get celery root where I live – I have to travel to the next largest city to find it. I noticed that the one you used was long and thin – I’ve only seen the fat, round ones.

  206. I would make minestrone soup, or goulash.

  207. I would love to make a pot roast or short ribs!

  208. I’d make this soup! Love squash!

  209. Better question is what wouldn’t I cook with this!! I would start with Chicken & Dressing. After that the choices are endless. Thanks

  210. Looks delicious, added bonus for the giveaway!

  211. I would love to make homemade classic chicken noodle soup and stews.

  212. I think I would make some kind of creamy tomato basil soup. Thanks for the giveaway!

  213. I’m just now learning of this cooker and now want one! The butternut squash soup is what intrigued me!

  214. Shredded Chicken for sandwiches, Fajita chicken, sloppy joes, beef stew.

  215. Broccoli cheese soup!! Mmm……

  216. Would like to attempt the sausage, egg, and hash brown casserole

  217. I would love to make chili before winter ends!

  218. For this cold weather, I would make a carne en su jugo. Sooo delicious.

  219. I would make yummy tomato soup!

  220. Yum, this looks fantastic!! I think I would make this exact recipe :)

  221. I’d love to make my Drunken pork loin or pork roast– slowly cooked in white wine and loads of flavorful Rodelle spices — and winter veggies. But the stir tower of the KitchenAid Multi-Cooker is such a treat I’d most definitely use it for a soup recipe– like Sommer’s wonderful butternut squash one!
    So that makes two recipes right off the bat. Can’t wait.

  222. Cream of mushroom soup

  223. KitchenAid is MY FAVORITE!!

  224. This is beautiful. I would make some chili.

  225. I’d love to make jambalaya! Thank you for the chance to win!

  226. What a cool tool! I hadn’t seen this new piece of KitchenAid brilliance yet. Even though we’re having the strangest winter (it’s going to be 60 degrees here today!), I still crave soup everyday. And this one looks so good!

  227. Ok, this multicooker looks amazing. I would have to make a cassoulet or something similar (would be my first time) or a brisket for my in laws!

  228. I love butternut squash soup.

  229. I would like to make a nice and hearty beef stew with this. I’m sure my family would love it.

  230. Just about the time the fellow delivers this package it will be time to get out in the creek and round up some She Crabs for soup. This would be the most elegant way to cook a traditional Lowcountry favorite. On the other hand if you have a gadget to stir the pot for you doesn’t that make standing to the warm stove on a chilly day and swapping stories with your friends a bit awkward?

  231. I would make roasted vegetables with a whole chicken.

  232. I would love to try cooking some very versatile Indian dishes, like dal makhani, langarwali dal and ofcourse our very own version of soup, the ‘Shorba’.
    Since I love to cook and do cook most world cuisine, I would try out the Mexican chilli, soups (I am a big fan of soups!) and risotto!

  233. I would love to make a mushroom risotto like the one I made years ago for my husband on Valentine’s Day. Thanks for an awesome giveaway and a delicious-looking recipe!

  234. I would like to make my faux “potato” soup…with radishes, celery, onion, carrots, and cabbage!!!

  235. salmon chowder

  236. I would like to make short ribs.

  237. I would make this soup and brisket!

  238. soup, soup and more soup!!!

  239. Im thinking some chicken tinga mmmm

  240. it’s snowing here in MA (again) and it’s the perfect weather for some chicken noodle soup. that’s what i would make!

  241. I would make some vegetarian chili.

  242. I’d like to make hearty bean soup!

  243. I would love to make some ribs in this with the added Sriracha Seasoning to it. YUM!

  244. In keeping with my resolution of trying out at least 2 new recipes per month, I would have to try out Pollo En Fricase in the KitchenAid Multi-Cooker.

  245. Greenchili Stew!

  246. Soup! Yum I love butternut soup!

  247. The soup you posted. Thanks for the recipe!

  248. Sweet Potato Soup

  249. Woah, I NEED one of these in my life! I would love to make some risotto with this bad boy, that’s for sure!

  250. I would make some lentil carrot soup

  251. This looks so great! It really has been cold here in NC, but I think there is still more to come!

  252. I would make a delicious and creamy potato soup.

  253. I have been wanting brisket. This would be perfect since I don’t want to smoke it outside.

  254. I would like to make organic fire roasted tomato soup.

  255. I’d definitely make some chicken soup with how I am feeling right now.

  256. I would make a soup.

  257. Ooo, that multi-cooker looks fabulous, I’d love to make a big batch of spicy tomato soup with herbes de provence.

  258. I’d start with this soup! It looks great!!

  259. I would try rissotto!

  260. Oh my, a new kitchen toy, I love kitchen toys

  261. I’d love to try the sriracha seasoning, probably on some chicken!

  262. oh my, yum yum! I would like to make PHO!

  263. I would love to purchase Kitchen Aid Multi cooker can’ find where I can !

  264. The multi-cooker is awesome! I can think of a ton of recipes I’d like to try in this, starting with this soup!

  265. This soup is delicious! The multi-cooker looks really handy!

  266. homemade spaghetti sauce with meatballs.

  267. I’m still trying to get over the fact that there’s such a thing as a stir tower. How did I not know this? How have I lived this long without one?! And now I want to make risotto and cream of tomato soup.

  268. I’d love to make a seared chicken and rice!

  269. I can’t wait to try this recipe!!

  270. This looks amazing! I would try this soup!

  271. Not heard of a multi cooker before so I would love to try something new in one!

  272. I would probably make a creamy potato and leek soup…my husband keeps dropping hints that he wants me to cook more with leeks ;-)

  273. Great looking soup! If only I could have a bowl of it for dinner tonight!

  274. I would make vegetable soup.

  275. some sort of chili, for sure!

  276. Ohh. We still have squash from the summer garden and I always love a new squash recipe! Thanks!

  277. My dad’s stew

  278. I would love to make a winter vegetable risotto with this!

  279. How fun! We love butternut squash soup!

  280. I would like to make roasted red pepper and tomato soup with it!

  281. I’d love to make a chicken tortilla soup!

  282. Either bison sweet potato stew or short ribs!

  283. I would make your recipe first and then probably beef stew a few days later.

  284. Your recipe, sounds absolutely divine!!

  285. I would make a beef stew

  286. Beef stew would be my first choice.

  287. I’d love to make a chili as a first dish.

  288. I’d love to make a variety of soups and stews in this machine! :)

  289. wild rice chicken soup…from the stock up !

  290. I would love to make a lamb or chicken tagine in it. This is something i have eaten on vacation many years ago but never attempted myself, It is a wonderful dish utilizing many difference spices and raisins along with a cous cous accompaniment. Thank you for this opportunity,

  291. I make some chunky kind of soup for my husband :)

  292. Varities of Resotto

  293. What a fun gadget! I think I’d go for a mushroom risotto for my first try.

  294. Thanks for the chance to win this cool cooker! I would make soups!

  295. This soup is perfect for a chilly winter day and perfect with a light salad for a full meal.

  296. I would make chicken soup.

  297. What a cool appliance!

  298. Herb debprovence goes well in pretty much everything! I love it here in your soup!

  299. I will make broccoli soup.

  300. I want to use the slow cooker and the spices to make a mean batch of slow cooked chili!

  301. I’m thinking some shredded beef sandwiches.

  302. I love butternut squash, I am definitely trying this recipe.

  303. Chicken soup!

  304. Jambalaya!!

  305. I would cook soup to begin with because it’s getting cold here again and I’m almost always cold! I’ve just moved into a new house and haven’t gotten many new kitchen appliances yet :)

  306. I would make Cheesy Veggie Risotto!

  307. I have never heard of this cooker?! Cool!! love this soup!

  308. Beautiful healthy soup! Love!!!

  309. This soup looks amazing!!! Butternut squash soup is healthy comfort food in my book. :)

  310. I’ve never heard of a multi-cooker. Oooh, sounds like a new kitchen gadget to check out. Love it!

  311. I would make this gorgeous soup with this awesome new “toy!” I neeeeed this!

  312. It’s dumping snow here today in Denver and this soup sounds like the perfect way to warm up!

  313. I’d make this wonderful looking soup that you just posted!

  314. This soup looks fabulous! Gonna cook it up later :) Fabo giveaway too!

  315. I would definitely make some braised short ribs!

  316. It is starting to get cold here again and this soup would be perfect for dinner to warm us all up.

  317. This KitchenAid multi-cooker sounds amazing. It would have been great yesterday while making split pea soup.

  318. I’d make a roasted tomato soup