This Roasted Carrot Soup tastes absolutely creamy, is loaded with flavour and is made in your oven! The ingredients are roasted then put right into your blender, so NO time is spent hovering over the stove. It's the easiest soup you'll ever make. It's also vegan, gluten free and loaded with delicious healthy ingredients. via jessicainthekitchen.com

This Roasted Carrot Soup tastes absolutely creamy, is loaded with flavour and is made in your oven! The ingredients are roasted then put right into your blender, so NO time is spent hovering over the stove. It’s the easiest soup you’ll ever make. It’s also vegan, gluten free and loaded with delicious healthy ingredients.

This Roasted Carrot Soup tastes absolutely creamy, is loaded with flavour and is made in your oven! The ingredients are roasted then put right into your blender, so NO time is spent hovering over the stove. It's the easiest soup you'll ever make. It's also vegan, gluten free and loaded with delicious healthy ingredients. via jessicainthekitchen.com

Today I guest lectured (!!) students taking a food styling course. Yes, what an amazing course, and was an amazing opportunity. I was so excited about this soup that it was my first example that I showed them, because well, this Roasted Carrot Soup is pretty much heaven on earth. After arriving home after the class, I opened the fridge, and had even more of this carrot soup.

I may turn orange. It would be totally worth it.


This Roasted Carrot Soup tastes absolutely creamy, is loaded with flavour and is made in your oven! The ingredients are roasted then put right into your blender, so NO time is spent hovering over the stove. It's the easiest soup you'll ever make. It's also vegan, gluten free and loaded with delicious healthy ingredients. via jessicainthekitchen.com

WHERE is Jessica and who is this soup addict?! After avoiding all soups my entire life except tomato bisque and my mother’s amazing pumpkin soup, I’ve been on a binge. A kick. I’m addicted. Soup has become my life. A bowl of warm comfort with my toes tucked into my favourite fuzzy slippers has become a thing. Hello hygge! With a slice of freshly made crusty bread and my favourite gold spoon, I have become a new woman.

I’m loving this woman, because she makes Roasted Carrot Soup. Specifically, roasted carrot soup with 5 cloves of roasted garlic, roasted onions, freshly grated ginger, creamy coconut milk, fresh lime juice and freshly made garam masala. Soup made on a SHEET PAN. I know, I know, what?!

This Roasted Carrot Soup tastes absolutely creamy, is loaded with flavour and is made in your oven! The ingredients are roasted then put right into your blender, so NO time is spent hovering over the stove. It's the easiest soup you'll ever make. It's also vegan, gluten free and loaded with delicious healthy ingredients. via jessicainthekitchen.com

It’s true. I had an idea to roast the carrots for a little bit to get flavour (because, duh), then cook the onions, garlic and ginger on the stovetop, then add the carrots, the other ingredients, and simmer away, then to blend everything together. As I was getting my burner for the video however, I started to think that roasted the onion and garlic would be obviously better by being roasted. Except, that would leave the ginger alone in the stovetop…which is a waste. Uh, dilemma, right? Wrong.

In a very aha moment, I realized the only reason I would be putting the ingredients in the pot would be to heat the soup. Solution? Heat a separate liquid. It’s literally the least tedious thing you’ll do in this soup. Pop it in the microwave or even in a small pot on the stove at the almost end of the roasting process. Pour everything into the blender and voila!!

This Roasted Carrot Soup tastes absolutely creamy, is loaded with flavour and is made in your oven! The ingredients are roasted then put right into your blender, so NO time is spent hovering over the stove. It's the easiest soup you'll ever make. It's also vegan, gluten free and loaded with delicious healthy ingredients. via jessicainthekitchen.com
The result? A soup I’ve been having for days on end. I’m not a leftovers kind of gal, and I’ve been going into the leftovers of this. It seems to keep tasting better and better. All the flavours meld together perfectly in this soup, in all the right ways. Roasting the vegetables brings out the sweet (yet savoury) side of the onions and the carrots, and the divine melt-in-your-mouth texture of the garlic. That plus garam masala, aka my favourite spice for vegetables like this and freshly grated ginger means a match made in heaven.

This is a soup you will not regret. 7 minutes of prep, and your oven and blender do all the work. Plus, talk about nutrition heaven. You’ll get loads of beta-carotene thanks to the carrots. You’ll also get anti-inflammatory properties thanks to the lime, garlic and the coconut oil. The coconut milk is loaded with fibre, your B vitamins and adds the perfect creamy touch to this soup, leaving you feeling comforted, satisfied and yet light. If you add turmeric, you’ll get even more added antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Roasted Carrot Soup – healthy and divinely creamy, like silk? Count me in.

This Roasted Carrot Soup tastes absolutely creamy, is loaded with flavour and is made in your oven! The ingredients are roasted then put right into your blender, so NO time is spent hovering over the stove. It's the easiest soup you'll ever make. It's also vegan, gluten free and loaded with delicious healthy ingredients. via jessicainthekitchen.com

P.S. Here are some of the items I used to make this recipe if you’d like to use them too:

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Roasted Carrot Soup (Vegan + Easy Sheet Pan Soup!)

Roasted Carrot Soup (Vegan + Easy Sheet Pan Soup!)

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Serves: Serving size 1cup. Serves 6-7
Category: Soups
Ingredients
Roasted Carrot Soup (Vegan + Easy Sheet Pan Soup!)
  • Roughly 1 pound (465g) carrots, washed, dried and cut into 1/2 inch coins
  • 1 tablespoon (13.05g) coconut oil
  • 1/2 tablespoon garam masala
  • 5 cloves garlic, skins smashed but left on
  • 1/2 inch (7g) knob fresh ginger, peeled and minced or 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/2 large white onion (100g to 150g), cut into quarters and separated (to prevent burning)
  • 3 cups great quality vegetable broth, boiling hot*
  • 1 13.5 oz can (400g) coconut milk
  • juice of one medium sized lime
  • 3/4 teaspoon sea salt
Optional
  • 1 teaspoon turmeric for health benefits
  • More ginger if desired
  • Pinch of cayenne or a scotch bonnet/habanero pepper added in for heat
Instructions
Roasted Carrot Soup (Vegan + Easy Sheet Pan Soup!)
  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees F/218 degrees C.
  • On a large sheet pan prepared with a silicone mat, parchment or foil, add the carrots and the onions. Drizzle the olive oil over the vegetables and the garam masala. Season with a grinding of fresh sea salt and ground black pepper. Rub the seasonings and oil into the vegetables and spread out. Add the garlic in with the vegetables at this point.
  • Roast for 30 to 35 minutes, turning halfway, until veggies are roasted and carrots are fork tender.
  • Remove from oven and remove the skins from the garlic.
  • In a large blender, add all the remaining ingredients with the vegetables. Ensure that the broth is very hot. If you're not using large blender (holds at least 6 cups) then do this in increments.
  • Using the soup setting on your blender, or a very powerful blend option, blend until creamy and smooth. My blender automatically blends for about 3 minutes continuously.
  • Taste and add salt and pepper to taste if necessary.
  • Top with garnish (I used fennel fronds since I had in the fridge, but parsley, chives or dill work just as fine) and a pinch of cayenne for a bit of heat.
  • Serve into bowls and enjoy!
NOTES

 

  1. This recipe is vegan and gluten free.
  2. The broth needs to be very hot so that if helps to break down the vegetables, and so that you can serve the soup right out of the blender. You can do this by heating it in the microwave or even on a stovetop if you’d like. I had just made very fresh boiling hot broth and used that.
Tags: Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian, Winter Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian, Winter
by Jessica

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39 comments

  1. A fuss free and delicious soup! I love the creaminess and add of turmeric powder.

  2. LOK P AGGARWAL says:

    I will try. I loves soups.Many thanks.

  3. This soup is gorgeous and I want some NOW. I definitely need to try this recipe.

    • Jessica says:

      Thanks so much Susannah!! It’s one of my absolute favourites!!

  4. Sara says:

    Have you tried freezing this? I tend to batch cook a lot for the family and do individual soup pots for pulling out in the week! Very eager to try this recipe!

  5. Mary Stephens says:

    I made this soup tonight and my family loved the flavors and said that this was a definite “keeper”. It makes a beautiful presentation and could be served as a main course or a first course of a nice meal. Thank you!

    • Jessica says:

      Hi Mary,

      SO happy to hear that!! Thanks so much for your feedback and you are so welcome!

  6. intabe says:

    Wow it’s so easy to make! Thank you for sharing the recipe! I think my kids will love it, gonna trick them to eat carrot this way ^^

    • Jessica says:

      I’m so happy to hear that Intabe!! Thanks so much for your feedback and you’re so welcome!!

  7. Tristanne says:

    This is a scrumptious soup!! The flavours blend together so well and are very tasty! Easy to make too!

  8. Shannon says:

    My room mate found this recipe. I just made it and it was a huge success. I even forgot to add the lime juice. It is hard to find recipes for all of us in the house since we all have different dietary needs. I did make mine with 1/2 cup Greek yogurt (fat free) and 1 cup of whole milk as that is what I had and my boyfriend cannot have coconut milk. I also loved how simple it was. Thank you so very much for sharing this with us and I will be checking out more of your recipes <3

    • Jessica says:

      Hey Shannon,

      Yay!! So happy that you guys enjoyed!! Thanks so much for your feedback and you’re so welcome!

  9. Matt says:

    Very nice. One of those fantastic non-measurement dependent recipes you can mess around with without any risk of disaster. Doubled amount of carrots and onions in mine, which gave a thicker, richer, sweeter soup. Served with a swirl of greek yoghourt in the middle, and a sprinkling of chilli, which complemented it nicely.

    • Jessica says:

      Hey Matt,

      I’m so happy to hear this! Love the changes you made and thanks so much for your feedback!!

  10. Terri Gallagher says:

    Great recipe…thanks, it’s a keeper.

  11. Sheena says:

    I made this soup today. It is right up there with the cauliflour soup! It’s absolutely delicious! I’m loving the recipes! Thanks for sharing them. 🙂

    • Jessica says:

      Hey Sheena,

      Oh YAY I’m so happy to hear this!! You’re so very welcome and thank you for sharing your feedback with me!!

  12. Lidia Le Francois says:

    I just made the carrot soup and it’s AMAZING. I loved it. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

  13. Sarah says:

    Love this soup! I like to slice a few tomatoes and roast them with the other veggies. Yum!

  14. rachael lee says:

    This soup is a keeper for sure!!! So flavorful and savory.

  15. Sherrie says:

    Is that a type-o? 113.5 oz. Of coconut milk? I’m ready and excited to make this tonight. Thank you! 612.991.0153

    • Jessica says:

      Hi Sherrie,

      It’s not a typ-o, it readers 1 *as in one* 13.5 ounce can of coconut milk. I really hope you enjoy!!

  16. Callie says:

    LOVE this soup! So easy to make–I almost always have all the ingredients on hand, so it is my go to “what’s for dinner tonight?” recipe! It is incredibly creamy & delicious. I usually add a can of white beans to make it a bit more filling & substantial. Paired with a homemade whole grain bread, it makes a perfect dinner! Thank you for all your fabulous recipes!

  17. JANE CUSCHIERI says:

    Very good and hearty soup! Learned a new way to roast with the spices instead of frying! Thank You!

    • Jessica says:

      Hi Jane,

      Aww I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed!! You’re so welcome!!

  18. Veda says:

    This is absolutely the best soup ever. I made it as stated in the recipe and added a dollop of greek yogurt when serving. Just outstanding flavor!

  19. Jane says:

    So simple and delicious! The red peppers are a must to get that gorgeous reddish look. Roasting the vegetables also give it those burnt roasted black specks which add to the aesthetics of the bowl. Going to make a batch of this every other month.

  20. Leigh says:

    Has anyone tried freezing this soup?

  21. Jeanette says:

    This is the best version of carrot soup I’ve made! I love the addition of Garam Masala, lime juice, and roasting the veggies. My family loves it too! I made it on Sunday then had to make it again today which is Friday! Thank you for creating such an amazing carrot soup!

  22. christine stacey says:

    could i make this in a soup maker?

    • Gavin | Jessica in the Kitchen says:

      Hi Christine! because the ingredients are roasted you should be able to make it in a soup maker. I hope this helps!

  23. This. Was. Fabulous. Knock it out of the park, we absolutely loved it.

    We made a few changes but kept the base of it the same. This is for the Instant Pot lovers,..we sauteed the onions, garlic, and ginger in the IP, added carrots, 2 cups of veggie broth and seasonings. Turned IP on high pressure for 10 minutes, then did a natural release for 10 minutes. Put the veggies in a nutribullet with a small amount of the liquid, then dumped it all back in the IP. Stirred in coconut milk, added a couple handfuls of chopped kale, then placed in bowls. Added some vegan bacon bits to the top of the bowl and served it up! What a fantastic dinner, thank you for this!

    Rating: 5
    • Gavin | Jessica in the Kitchen says:

      Thank you for this comment Leslie Renee! It means a lot to us that you enjoyed it!

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