Recipe Directions

I juiced my celery to get some fresh pure celery juice instead of blending the entire stalk (unless you want it chunky!) Blend everything together except the diced celery stick and salt & pepper. Blend until creamy, the avocado and almond milk makes this soup amazing. Test taste before serving. I kind of just eyeballed the ingredients. Pour into bowl and add your diced celery, stir. Add salt & pepper (optional). Since it’s reaching the winter season, I sometimes like my soup warm. If you have a Vitamix, keep blending on high until it gets warm. If you don’t have one, let your soup bowl sit on top of a pot of hot water until your soup is warm. This won’t cook it, just gives it a nice warm consistency.
Serve with raw crackers or leave plain. Enjoy! =)

OceanBliss's Thoughts

I was craving celery soup all week and came up with this simple idea. It’s very creamy and so flavorful, I could eat it every day for rest of my life!

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Wendilou's Review

Delicious Cream of Celery Soup
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I made this today and it is very good. I used half a slice of raw onion instead of onion powder, and I made pumpkin seed milk instead of almond milk (allergy to almonds). Next time I think I will try it without the agave and use sunflower seeds instead of pumpkin. The combination of sweet and celery is a little strange to me, but not bad. Just unfamiliar. I'll let you know how the tweaks go. Thanks for posting this one! ;)

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You're welcome everyone!!
daniefon - I'm so glad you enjoyed it and you're very welcome!
randommara - Thanks for the update on the califlower, I may try that. I'm so glad you liked the celery =)
angie - Awesome, thank you. Buckwheaties sounds excellent with this..I'm going to try that.

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I used much less celery & lemon juice. I left out the onion powder & added a speck of fresh garlic. I loved it - with "buckwheaties" (sprouted & dehydrated buckwheat groats) as the crackers. :)

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Cream of califlower wasn't bad but the celery is better. I did find that I like it with just a small squeeze of lemon and way less onion powder. I also added nut. yeast. Awesome recipe!

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Good.

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I made this soup last night and it was outstanding! Thank you.

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Yum! I think I'll try juicing a little onion in it, since I don't handle onion powder - THANK YOU for the recipe :)

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This is perfect, bought some celery and forgot it was in the fridge. Need to use it up asap or it will go bad. Can't wait to try it.

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OMG! Yum. I always loved the cooked version. Thanks so much for this. :)

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Oooo! I want to buy celery! But I must use what's in my fridge first. Maybe I'll try cream of califlower. I'll let you know what happens.

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MMM, that looks divine. Adding to my recipe box - thanks!

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that does look beautiful, still waiting for my celery and celeriac to get big enough to harvest, ive been stealing a stalk here and there but it seems so wastefull when they are still so tiny. im looking forward to trying this, many thanks

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This sounds so lovely!!! I'm a big soup eater in the winter/fall and always looking for inspiration. Thank you for your recipe!

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