With all the holiday parties, sweet treats & stunning cocktails, its time for something healthy. Don’t you think? This Carrot Leek Soup is a warming bowl of comfort and health!
The nice thing about soup is it’s quick & simple to make. Serve with a hearty slice of cheese or some other protein and you have a full meal!
I’m working with Grimmway Farms to share their sweet baby carrots with you. We love to eat them out of hand and to use them in recipes. They have a number of great products to check out.
I roasted the carrots and leeks with olive oil & garlic salt first to bring out all their fabulous flavors.
I’m so in love with the flavor & vibrant color of this soup!
Of course I topped this recipe with crispy bacon & goat cheese.
Just so you know…baby carrots are full-grown, young premium carrots that are cut, peeled and packaged to make eating carrots easy, portable and enjoyable for the whole family.
Carrots are a nutrition powerhouse, providing over 15 essential vitamins and minerals along with phytonutrients and fiber that are important for good health. Cool huh!
Enjoy! For more soup recipes you can check out my Sippity Soup Pinterest board too!
Carrot Soup Recipe Links
- Carrot Mint Gazpacho My Little Jar of Spices
- Creamy, Dairy Free Tomato Carrot Soup The Pretty Bee
- Garlicky Roasted Carrot Soup Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes
- Parsnip, Sweet Potato, Carrot & Apple Soup Pick up the Whisk
- Red Lentil & Carrot Coconut Soup the Flexitarian
- Roasted Carrot Soup Use Real Butter
Disclosure: I’m working with Grimmway Farms on product promotions. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
36 thoughts on “Roasted Carrot Leek Soup”
This is so pretty!! Loving this!
Thanks so much Katrina!
I am making this tonight. Just perfect when you are not feeling well with a bad cold.
Indeed it is the perfect soup to bring you back to great health. Enjoy!!
A marvelously comforting and warming soup! It must taste really fantastic.
Oh this sounds wonderful! I have been on such a leek kick this season.
I love ’em too!
Love the vibrancy of it! And gorgeous bowls that are just perfect! Pinned
Oooh Mar! !! This sounds awesome…but….I wouldnt use garlic salt….I would go do the real garlic which I have planted in my garden….and salt to taste…..im really not a salt person but you do need some….thx for the great recipe….I might even try this with squash!!! And the leeks….alot milder onions taste than an actual onion….
Great point George….and I completely agree!
I love carrot soup, this is a bowl of comfort!
Stunning! These are such gorgeous photographs of a perfect soup! I love this, Marla!
I am making it soon, love the carrot soup and I like the leek addition. Pinned!
I agree! I do love sweets but need to balance it out. Pinned your gorgeous recipe!
Oooo, loving this Marla! Comfort in a bowl 🙂
So simple and yet so good!
way to turn baby carrots into a masterpiece Marla!!
roasted veggies are the best! even better when they’re turned into soups! i bet the flavor is incredible.
This soup looks and sounds incredible! Carrots and leek soup would really hit the spot right now 🙂
My kind of soup, Marla. Gorgeous!
I want this soup for lunch!
I want a huge bowl right now! Looks great!
I made this for dinner tonight and it was so tasty! I don’t normally care for cooked carrots, but in a smooth soup, they were sweet and very good. I added a red pepper when I roasted the carrots and leek. This recipe is a definite keeper, and I especially loved the fact that a giant 2-cup serving was only 141 calories!!
Thats a great idea to add the red pepper! Must try over here as well 🙂
I can’t wait to try this tonight! It looks delicious 🙂
Marla, this looks amazing. LOVE the colors and flavors. Happy Holidays from NYC. xox Hugs!!!
I’m not a huge fan of carrots but this looks amazing! A must-try! Thanks for posting the recipe and the beautiful photos.
That sounds so nice and warming, I love carrot soup.
I love the colour of this soup. This looks YUM! Wish you a happy New Year. Hope we stay in touch through the wonderful world of blogging!
Getting ready to make leek and potato soup for a party tonight and I forgot to buy the potatoes. No way in hell in going back to the store until after Christmas. This recipe will do!