Get Ready to Design Your Own Delicious!

Design Your Own Delicious Photo Contest

At the salad bar, you go for a little spinach, some beets, a smattering of sunflower seeds – don’t forget the tomatoes, obviously – a drizzle of balsamic and…that last secret ingredient that pulls everything in your delectable dish all together. When you hit the beverage bar, your inner mixologist comes out to style a delightfully refreshing drink. We know you know delicious – you create a plate full of it every time you dish up a meal (especially when it’s at Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes). Whether your creation is always gluten-free, vegan or a reflection of your mood, the design is up to you!

But, now’s not the time to keep those special recipes to yourself – sharing your favorite ways to style the menu items at Souplantation & Sweet Tomatoes may allow you to win a bounty of fame, and food!

Starting May 1st, we’ll be looking for the yummiest and most original creation ever made (salad, pasta, dessert, drink – there’s no limit!). Stop by your local Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes to design your own delicious – combine all of your favorite, wholesome ingredients into a recipe so enticing and enviable, everyone will want to try it! Not only will we share our favorite submissions to our new underground menu on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram (and of course here on our blog), but you can enter to win even more!

From May 1st through May 31st, just follow these simple steps & be on your way to free food & fame.

  • Create your ultimate Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes combo*
  • Take a picture of your plate
  • Give it a fun name and list your ingredients
  • Upload the image to our Facebook contest (or upload your photo to Instagram or Twitter using the phrase “Contest Entry to #mydelicious” and follow the entry instructions sent to you so your entry is counted as valid)

*NOTE: You can only use Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes ingredients onsite at the restaurant


1 Grand Prize:

  • Bragging rights forever
  • One year’s worth of FREE meal passes
  • Your winning recipe served in all Souplantation & Sweet Tomatoes locations

2 Runners Up:

  • Recognition of your recipe in all of our restaurants and online!

Ready to enter?! Grab your camera and head to the closest Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes to start crafting and perfecting your creation. Don’t forget to submit your recipe starting on May 1st on our Facebook page or via Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #MyDelicious. Take a look a the Official Rules and enter today!

38 thoughts on “Get Ready to Design Your Own Delicious!”

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  2. I have what I think is one of the best recipes for rattatoulle! or however you spell it! how can I enter! I also have a few other recipes that I think i’d like to enter! God knows I can really use the money! just like most everyone these days!!! can you tell me what I have to do? i’m not very computer literate!

    1. Hi Eileen – You must create your recipe from all Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes ingredients at one of our locations & snap a pic. Then, just enter it here: Remember, the grand prize is to have your recipe shared in our restaurants and free meals for a year, not cash. Good luck!

  3. I’ve been eating at Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes since opening day in Mission Valley 35 years ago. I have never been sick a day in that time, with your salad bar as my only pharmacy. My favorite creation 1-2 times a week is to start with bed of spinach, adding all the healthy veggies, Garlic dressing, then Joan’s Broccoli on top. I stop at soup station for the Chicken noodle pieces, Chili or a creamy soup like Chowder, pizza and a sweet potato. The fun begins. After I eat the top off the salad, I break up the chicken pieces on top of it, then pour the chili or cream soup on top, chop it up and have a delicious creation which is 100% nutritious.

  4. Perhaps Sweet Tomatoes can try the middle eastern type of salads and pita breads also.
    This idea will add to their current menu.

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  6. I went to the Katy Freeway, Houston, TX. location with our family While the menu promised 3 Vegetarian soups, there was only one in the restaurant. That was my first problem. When asked why, the store manager said that sometimes they have too much leftovers from previous weeks. So, during transition, you get any combination of soups from the menu. Aren’t the soups made from scratch every day? What about leftovers? Thanks. Raj.

    1. Hi Raj – Since demand often varies, our menu offerings occasionally differ. We recommend calling your local location ahead of time if you’re looking forward to enjoying a specific item to ensure it is on the list.

  7. I love your onion soup and mushroom soup! I think it would be way cool to combine them? and served it at least once a week! My friends also love them but one or the other causes problems? I’m thinking the combination might neutralize the effects? I tried a couple times? It was good but I’m sure ya’ll could do much better?

  8. Hi! I was wondering how many entries you can submit? Thank you so much! I’m really excited about this! 🙂

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  12. Hi souplantation!
    I entered the contest yesterday via Instagram (@sophiaalbanna) but don’t see my picture under the recent entries after I liked the FB page and went to the link that was commented. Was my entry submitted? What else do I need to do?

    thank you so much!

    title of creation: CHILLi-OUT

    1. Hi Sophia – Since the contest ended on the 31st, you may not have been able to view your entry. As long as you followed the correct rules, your entry would be submitted.

  13. Your website sucks. No prices. Confusing presentation of (limited) menu information. I ‘joined’ the veg club but it doesn’t way what I get or what comes next or send anything to my email account.

    1. Hi Maury – We are sorry for your poor experience. We do not currently include prices on our site as they differ slightly based on location and time of day, so please feel free to call the location you are thinking of visiting ahead of time to get accurate information. But, if you click into the location page you plan on visiting, there is a full list of menu items that will be available 🙂

      Please also add to your email address book to ensure that our emails are not sent to your spam filter. Hope this all helps!

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  15. My kids and I eat at Sweet Tomatoes all the time. I just wish there were more special vegan options on a regular basis. If you’d just leave the cheese and dairy out of some soups and salads we’d have so many more options to choose from.

    1. Thank you for your feedback. We are doing our best to add more vegan options to our menu. Please also check our new featured vegan options for August!

  16. I live in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, just north of Stuart. Stuart, Florida would be a wonderful spot to have a Sweet Tomatoes restaurant. A lot of traffic travels US1 there every single day. My friends and I just love Sweet Tomatoes but, the closest one to where we live is in Palm Beach which is a very long distance from here so, we don’t get to go as often as we would like. So, please could you put a restaurant in Stuart for us? Soon? Thank you.

  17. Our family likes to go to Sweet Tomatoes regularly. However, we were very disappointed to see peanuts on your menu this month. My son is severely allergic to peanuts and it is a danger for him to be in a restaurant environment where there is a high risk of cross contamination. Please consider removing peanuts from your menu in the future

    1. Thank you for your feedback, Elaine. We always try and provide options to please the different tastes and dietary restrictions for each of our guests and appreciate all of your input.

      1. I been a member of Sweet tomatoes since you arrived in Vancouver.
        It’s my favorite location
        Comments: Chicken soup is very good, but the chicken vanishes and only leaves a boring bowl of flavored water. This is a NEGATIVE empty moment. Some of the other soups reflect flavored water with contents VOID. The ones that are very popular only have very little content with only a hint of the desired soup content. The bowl’s are small. The entering salads, many times are empty and the choices remain vacant. The girls have to keep them full, if not, you might as well
        void this process. In other words, the foods have to be full because that is what brings business
        reality to the stomach and responsibilty to each of the emplyees. I will continue to eat from the
        restaurant, but desire to be WOW! instead of less than normal quality. I wish you the best and
        continue with incressed quality. A real treat would be to return the drinks to the nromal price or reduce to 1/2 the present price. When the price goes up, quality should go with it and especialy
        with the MAIN Vegetables.

        Bert A. Coffman

        1. Thank you for sharing your feedback, Bert. If you ever notice an item that is not refilled or prepared properly, notify the manager on duty immediately. That way, you be sure to enjoy a serving of every menu item you enjoy most 🙂

  18. Why are the dates here all in September in this email I got today? There are only 2 days left of September ..including today.

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