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Zucchini Carrot Soup

Fresh organic vegetable soup

There is nothing like a Big Batch of fresh garden veggie soup at the ready.  You can serve it to your family in a pinch.  What I love most about this soup is there is a few servings of veggies in each delicious bowl.  This soup is yummy served piping hot, warm or even cold. That makes it a nice choice for entertaining guests too.

Puréed Zucchini Carrot Soup

Top this soup with light sour cream, non fat greek yogurt and even a few spoonfuls of your favorite salsa. I add chunks of chicken breast or lean chicken sausage to my bowl to make a full meal. My kids like little pieces of firm tofu thrown in. You really can’t go wrong with a fresh bowl of puréed veggie soup.  An added bonus….a big batch will last you a few days. The flavors get even better after 24 hours.

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~ Marla Meridith

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43 thoughts on “Zucchini Carrot Soup

  1. Should try this combo in my soup. I too love your beautiful bowls and plates here. The soup looks beautiful in those bowls. 🙂

  2. It’s my first time visiting your blog and I am completely smitten! Love the colors you’ve got going on in your design- truly uplifting. And this recipe! And your photos! Love it all. Will be back SOON.

  3. this looks awesome, marla!

    my kind of recipe and food, for sure!

    sorry that ive been a little sporadic, life has been real busy around here. in a good way but you know, wife, mom, training, everything else…tapped 🙂

  4. Marla, you don’t even have to add the word “fresh” in there…I can just SEE it from the pictures! Stunning pictures, once again. How can you make pulverized veggies look SO good?

  5. Yum! Love how pretty and simple this is. I’ll have to remember this when I’m (hopefully) having more produce from my little square foot garden than I know what to do with. We’ll see about that! I think it would be really nice with some chickpeas or cannellini beans blended in too.

  6. Now that is a bowl of healthy flavourful goodness – and don’t you just love how the children prefer the raw veggies? Why does that change. Love your bowl, too!
    Gorgeous little sneaky sweet cheeks!
    🙂
    Valerie

  7. what a healthy and lovely soup making use of the garden goods! i can tell i’d enjoy the texture as much as the taste–nicely done, marla!

  8. ummm this sounds fantastic! I love the way the texture looks! Give me a big toasted piece of bread and this soup and I will be one happy camper!

  9. Looks and sounds very good – a wonderful combination of flavors. I love soups in any season. Zucchini is still quite a new cooking veggie for me. Have tried making it only once for chocolate cupcakes. I always loved the fresh zucchinis in grocery stores here, but was hesitant to buy many of them. This recipe inspires me to cook something with zucchini again. Thanks!

    Love the photos especially the one with the kid. 🙂

  10. What a LOVELY fresh soup!!! I adore pureed soups and this sounds so perfect for summer.. fresh from home garden to belly!!!

    P.S I have the same bowls. 🙂 Anthro makes the cutest serving pieces!

  11. Thank you so much for this recipe! My husband and I have a garden and when we were gone for a week, we came back to some monstrous zukes that don’t do well without being used in soups, breads, etc. This soup came together wonderfully and was extra delicious with a big dollop of hummus on top.

  12. I found you from Oh she glows. This soup looks like salsa (not a bad thing). I’m always looking for great whole food recipes however due to allergies, I can’t totally convert to the lifestyle. (peanuts, legumes, soy are a no-go for my family). I look forward to seeing more.

    And…your dishes in this post….adorable.

  13. We have zucchini growing prolific in our garden so i made this soup last night. It is lovely. I added a cup of orange juice to it, to give it a bit more zing. If I had an actual orange handy, I would have added zest and juiced the orange, but it worked out fine.

  14. Made this recipe yesterday, only modification I made was leaving out the onion (not a fan) it was absolutely delicious! I have been working very hard to try to like/eat more vegetables and this recipe made it easy and tasty! Thank you! 🙂