Carrot and Tomato Soup Recipe, Something to Keep You Warm

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Originally posted Christmas 2010, but as so many people are still looking for my Home-made Carrot and Tomato Soup recipe, I thought I should repost it for you all. With all this cold weather we’ve had lately, it’s the perfect time to make it to keep warm.

I have been asked a few times about some of the recipes for the tweets that I have made when I have made soup etc, so I thought would take the opportunity to bring you a tasty recipe for Carrot and Tomato Soup!

So if you would like to try out this tasty soup then read on!



  • Set your oven to 200/400C/Gas Mark 6.
  • Slice your tomatoes into even quarters and remove the cores of the tomatoes.
  • Peel and dice the carrots.
  • Coarsely chop the onion (I usually drop it in a food processor for a few seconds)
  • Place the above ingredients in an oven proof dish and sprinkle over the olive oil, oregano, salt and some freshly ground pepper.
  • Place the dish in the oven and roast it for about 20 minutes.
  • While the dish is in the oven bring your vegetable stock to the boil, a quick and simple way to make your stock is to take 3-4 vegetable oxo cubes and mix them with 1.5 litres of boiling water until they dissolve.
  • When the vegetables have been in for 20 minutes remove them from the dish and add them to your pan of vegetable stock and boil for around 10 minutes.
  • Now either use a hand blender or a food processor to purée your mixture into a slightly textured soup.
  • Serve with a drizzle of fresh cream.

So there you have it, hope you give it a go and enjoy it ;)

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Karen Woodham

Karen Woodham

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Karen Woodham is the founder and owner of the Blazing Minds, an avid blogger and bona fide journalist of all sorts of interesting and odd things. She is also a Cinema Film Reviewer, based in Rhyl, where she reviews the latest movies, she has also had several articles in The Daily Post Newspaper as well as other publications.
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17 Responses to Carrot and Tomato Soup Recipe, Something to Keep You Warm

  1. Mike

    It’s actually a little bit chilly down here in Florida for once and I could go for something like that.
    .-= Mike´s last blog ..Fresh Brews: Coffee Obsessed And Free Wifi =-.

  2. Anand Srinivasan

    It’s warm all through the year here..That’s the problem with this part of my country.. :(
    .-= Anand Srinivasan´s last blog ..Be A Part Of The Bloggies Network =-.

  3. Extreme John

    There is not a chance ina billion years I would eat Tomato or Carrot soup, haha. Chicken soup or Wedding soup, sure.
    .-= Extreme John´s last blog ..R.I.P Brittany Murphy =-.

  4. Johanna

    Hi Karen,
    My first comment on your site, and I encounter a nice recipe! I love carrots and tomatoes, but I’ve never made these into soup. Will try this one of these days. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Kissie

    This is an early Christmas gift! It’s so easy, even I can make it! Sounds delicious and healthy and very tasty to this vegan!

    Perfect timing too, it’s freezing here in Atlanta, Georgia! :-)

  6. Ron

    Ok, lemme try this one. Sounds so yummy and creamy to me.

  7. John says:

    Karen – Nice recipe, I love tomato soup but I’m a little worried if I would like it with the addition of carrots. However, I love eating carrots too so I am predicting I will enjoy the combination of tomatoes and carrots.

    I usually don’t like my soups too thick, but I guess I can add some more vegetable stock to it if it does come out too thick for my liking. I printed the recipe and will give it a try this weekend. It’s suppose to be getting colder this weekend where I’m at, so this is much needed. Thanks.

  8. mandy hughes says:

    Hi just to say if your in a hurry i suppose tinned carrots & tomatoes could work .

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