Delicious creamy roasted carrot soup, perfect and filling when following trying to stay healthy and lose weight. Easy to make and suitable for freezing too. This unofficial recipe is perfect for any one following Slimming World, Weight Watchers or a calorie controlled diet.

    Do you like carrots? You’re going to love this delicious creamy roasted carrot soup.

    You will be pleasantly surprised to hear that this creamy soup is actually made without cream. It is light and healthy too, not to mention quick and easy to make. Not only is this soup made from speedy vegetables which focus on our weight loss, it’s also a great way of getting more veggies into the kiddos. 

    I have always been a huge fan of carrot soup, in fact I like most things made from carrots.. including carrot cake 😉 My grandmother made the most delicious carrot and parsnip soup when I was a little girl. I often hear people say they go for the tomato soup when they are feeling unwell.. but I think my go to would also be carrot or lentil soup.


    • Creamy
    • Delicious
    • So easy to make
    • Budget friendly
    • Full of speed vegetables
    • Warming
    • Suitable for batch cooking
    • Full of flavour


    Absolutely, it makes the best batch cook recipe. 

    Allow to cool before storing in airtight containers. Keep in the fridge for 3 days or in the freezer for up to 3 months. 

    Defrost before reheating on the hob or in the microwave. 

    Roasted Carrot Soup

    Slimming World Syns: ZERO*
    Weight Watchers Points: Coming Soon
    Calories: 110 Per Serving
    Course Lunch, Soup
    Prep Time 15 minutes
    Cook Time 50 minutes
    Total Time 1 hour 5 minutes
    Servings 4


    • 800g Carrots [Peeled and slice diagonally]
    • Low Calorie Cooking Spray
    • 1 Medium Onion [Peeled and roughly chopped]
    • 3 Cloves Of Garlic [Crushed]
    • ¼ tsp Cumin
    • 850ml Vegetable Stock [Made with 2 stock cubes]
    • ½ tsp Lemon Juice
    • ½ tsp Salt
    • Black Pepper


    • Preheat oven to 200c/180c Fan/Gas 6
    • Placed sliced carrots and onion into a bowl. Spritz with a good helping of cooking spray and add the cumin. Using your hands coat the carrots in the spice and oil.
    • Place onto a baking tray and into the oven for 30 – 45 minutes or until they are caramelized on the edges and you can push a fork throught them.
    • Once cooked, spritz a pan with cooking spray over a medium heat. Add the carrots, onion, garlic and salt. Sauté for a few minutes.
    • Pour in the vegetable stock and lemon juice. Cover with a lid and allow to simmer for 20 minutes.
    • Remove from the heat, allow to cool for a few minutes. Place into a food processor or use a hand blender. Blend until smooth.
    • Place back over the heat, add a twist/pinch of Black pepper and stir for a minute whilst reheating before serving.


    *Slimming World Syns and Weight Watchers Points are all approximate and estimated by the team. They have not been verified by an official source.

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    7 Responses

    1. Janice says:

      This looks really and healthy for winter days!

    2. Ioanna Frank says:

      For the past two nights I’ve had roasted carrots as a side for dinner – love the idea of them being turned into a soup – can’t wait to try this today! Thank you for sharing!

      • Fatgirlskinny says:

        I am totally obsessed with roasted carrots instead of chips lately.. they are so yummy! There is something about roasting them that makes them much sweeter and they feel so naughty.

        Enjoy the soup it’s lush xxx

    3. impishgal77 says:

      Just made this but halved the quantities as it will only be me eating it. Looking forward to having this for lunch at work tomorrow.

    4. Nici Woods says:

      Hi, I use a soup maker so I assume after the carrots have roasted in the oven, I can then go on to put everything in the soup maker instead of cooking it all on the hob? Have you tried this way?

    5. Nici Woods says:

      Thank you, going to make it today 🙂

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