Recipe Directions

  • 1. Add all of the raw cream of celery soup recipe ingredients (except the last 1/2 cup of celery) to your high-speed blender.
  • 2. Blend in your high-speed blender. Start blending on low and work your way all the way up to high. Blend for a very long time so that the stringiness is blended and so that the soup recipe warms up nicely from the speed of your blender.
  • 3. Place your 1/2 cup chopped celery into a bowl. Pour blended celery soup mixture on top of the chopped celery. Mix gently with a spoon.
  • 4. Serve immediately. For an added touch, garnish with thinly sliced avocado.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Raw cream of celery soup recipes, similar to my other soup recipes (raw tomato soup and raw corn chowder) are so darn simple and a great add-on to a somewhat smaller raw vegan lunch or dinner.

I like this raw cream of celery soup recipe when I want something light and creamy at the same time. Raw soups actually make great snacks, too (especially once you get the hang of making them, you can throw them together super quick, like, 5 mins!)!

I can't really think of any major tips to give you. Just make sure that you blend this recipe up for a very long time so that it gets very blended and so that it warms up, as well. This raw cream of celery soup recipe makes enough for one big bowl or two very small appetizer cups.

Because celery can be stringy you'll definitely want to make sure that you use a high-speed blender for this raw celery soup concoction.

Cream of celery soup is close to my heart because apparently my mom ate nothing but cream of celery soup when she was pregnant with me!

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 71 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, and Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe is a good source of Protein, and Vitamin K.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Iron, and Vitamin B6.

Amounts per 207 g (7 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 197 8 %
Protein 7 g 12 %
Fat 15 g 19 %
Carbohydrates 12 g 4 %
Dietary Fiber 2 g 6 %
Sugars 2.9 g
Calcium 40 mg 4 %
Iron 2.4 mg 18 %
Sodium 1211 mg 53 %
Source: USDA, The Rawtarian

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**beam** Thank you Carre!   So glad you liked :)

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I have to admit that at first I didn't know what to expect from this but I am so glad I tried it. It was beyond delicious. I just wish I would have made more!
Will definitely do it again :-)

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Hi Maria, so glad it hit the spot!

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This is the first "raw" recipe I have made. I just ate it. Just now. And I want to whip up another bowl. I think if I can find other recipes I like this much and that are this easy, I can definitely go raw. Wow. Thanks so much!!!

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You are welcome, Catherine! If you enjoy soups, my raw red pepper soup seems to be a hit :) Also, you should def. try raw desserts :)

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I'm wondering if this can be served slightly warm?
Tera

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Sometimes you can let it blend for a long time and the friction will heat up the soup

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Love this. It's the first raw recipe I've tried and it's delicious. I threw some coriander/ cilantro into mine and it really compliments it well. I did have to chew on some parsley afterwards to neutralize the garlic. Don't want to repel everyone! A real winner though, can't wait to try your other recipes.

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Awesome Laura! Cilantro would be yum in this soup. I love fresh cilantro

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I've just made this for lunch. Very easy and quick to make (I like!) but I found it too garlicky for my taste (even though there was the tiniest smidge in there). Either my celery is not flavoursome (it is organic though) or my garlic is super-strong! Or, of course, it could be because I'm not a huge fan of garlic. Next time I'll try it without garlic.

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Hi Sarah,

Glad you found it easy and quick!

If you prefer, in most of my recipes you can omit the garlic since it is only really there for flavour.

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This is really interesting! I don't know that I've ever had cream of celery soup before, so I didn't know what to expect. This is so fresh and light. Can't wait to try your other soup recipes. It's a good way to use up veggies that are about to go bad. Thanks!

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Glad you like, Brittany :) And glad to have you here!

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So I made this soup with a mix of celery and cauliflower (both needed to be eaten). The cauliflower gets an almost froth-like when blended and also makes it more filling. As the taste is sweeter I added some nut granola (a nut cracker experience gone wonderfully wrong) and a few olives to make it a bit saltier.

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Hi Emilie, that sounds deelish!

PS: this made me LOL: "I added some nut granola (a nut cracker experience gone wonderfully wrong)"

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I would just love to have these for lunch, but it wouldn't be practical to lug my Vitamix to work everyday or leave it there and I'd have to make it at home and take it with me. Any suggestions for warming up the soup at lunchtime and keeping it raw? Thanks. Great site!

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Hi Topher! No, that does not sound very practical! Especially since VMs are so gosh-darn huge! If your lunchroom has a stove you could warm it up very briefly on the stove at low temp just to take the cold edge off. Also, you could make it in advance and then bring it in one of those magic bullet style mini travel blenders to give it a whizz to warm it up slightly too.

I don't really bring soups with me for this very reason.

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Hi there! Stumbled upon your site and am so stoked! Can you use a food processor for these recipes? I tried making the raw Cream of Pepper soup last night (sooo good and filling surprisingly) but wasn't as smooth as yours.... need to get a Vitamix ASAP!

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Hi Nelly, a food processor doesn't work for super smooth stuff like smoothies or soups.

Even if you can't afford a VM, you should definitely pick up a blender.

Food processor = for dryer things (nut pate, brownie batter, pie crust, etc)

Blender = for liquidy things (soups, icing, smoothie, sauce)

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Hi! I found your website because i had a bunch of celery and i didnt know what to do with it; I tried this reipe and it's fantastic! So tasty...well i didnt bear in mind that the cashews its better raw intead of salty and roasted; but i put avocado and it was really yummi. I used the whole garlic clove. I loved it! Thak you now i had a good idea what to do with celery.

Cheers!

Maria

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Glad you enjoyed it Maria! Happy to have you here. And with avocado it would be even yummier! I think sliced in chunks with the celery slices would be awesome.

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Made it again today-it is so good! My 8 year old son said, " this is actually good!" My question is I have the newer Vitamix with the preset soup button. When I did the setting for soup it gets pretty hot and I am wondering if it then goes into non-raw status. In your tutorial you only blended the soup for a little bit but my soup button program blends it for at least 6-8 min-is that too long?

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Thank you for the recipe. I found some wonderful bright green celery at the farmer's market today, and decided to search the web for a celery soup recipe. Your recipe was so simple and quick, I decided to try it. of course, I had to substitute: avocado for the nuts, and I used the celery leaves for a beautiful and delicious green soup. I live in Hawaii, and good organic celery is expensive and often not very appealing, apparently hard to grow here. I feel very lucky tonight.

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Sounds delicious Elizabeth! Mahalo!

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I found your site while looking for dehydrator recipes, but wound up making this! It's delicious! Can't wait to make the carrot cake too!

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