Save 65 percent off your energy bills with the Salter electric soup maker

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Soup is ideal for the winter time and a great dish that can be made in large quantities for families. Brits can keep energy costs down without compromising on the classic dish with the help of Salter’s Electric Soup Maker.

There’s nothing more comforting than a hot bowl of soup on a cold day and with the winter arriving, it’s going to become a dish that everyone will be enjoying at home.

A great way of using up left over vegetables and meat, it’s a great way to make a nutritious meal with zero wastage.

Salter’s Electric Soup Maker is going to become a household essential thanks to its ability to make fresh, homemade soup and uses less energy than a regular hob.

Available now, it’s got a big 1.6L capacity to make large quantities and is also ideal for busy homes.

Previously featured on ITV’s This Morning, the Salter electric soup maker saves 65 percent off your energy bills compared to the energy used per litre of soup from a 1.8kW electric hob.

In addition, it only needs to use 900W of power and has five automatic settings to make different soups and smoothies.

Whether you like chunky or smooth soups, it can make it all and also has an auto-memory function that allows more food to be added mid-cycle, with no need to reset.

It’s currently on sale on Robert Dyas for £39.99 from £70.

But you can also buy it on Argos for £60 and Amazon for £52.99.

Easy to make and pour, it’s the perfect addition to any kitchen and takes up minimal counter space.

Sarah A on Amazon wrote: “Easy to use If you like making soup at home but don’t want the hassle.”



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