Get ready for an easy lunch! It’s time to try these 25 recipes for blender soups!
Are you searching for a way to spice up your lunch?
Are you tired of boring, uninteresting salads and sandwiches?
Some days, you want to sit down and enjoy a hot meal.
And then there are other days when you just want something quick and easy but flavorful.
Blender soups are the perfect solution for those days when you’re in a rush but still want something warm and filling.
They’re also great when you have limited kitchen storage space or don’t feel like cooking.
But here’s the best part: blender soups are very simple to make!
You can literally throw everything into your blender and press “on.”
And lucky you because in this article, we’ll share some of our favorite blender soup recipes—from Creamy Spinach Soup to Classic Pumpkin Soup—so that you always have something tasty at the ready.
However, #24 is a real standout. It tastes so good that you’ll want to have it every day.
So, what are you waiting for?
Let’s get cooking!
1. Beetroot & Cumin Soup
Beetroot & Cumin Soup is the red velvet cake of blender soups.
It’s like a warm hug, but better.
When you first taste it, you’ll be surprised by its sweetness.
And you might think you’re eating dessert instead of soup, but then the spice kicks in, and suddenly this is the most comforting thing you’ve ever eaten.
No one can resist it!
Serve it with some garlic naan to balance out the sweetness or with a side salad for some contrast.
You’ll definitely want to try this one out—it’s absolutely delectable!
This Roasted Tomato Soup has sharp and acidic flavors but is smooth like a tomato soup should be.
It’s not too sweet or too salty—it’s just right.
It tastes like someone took a whole bunch of tomatoes, roasted them until they were sweet-and-sour perfection, and pureed them into a smooth soup base with some onion and garlic thrown in for good measure.
Then, it is poured into a bowl for you to enjoy anytime you want!
The first time we tasted this Creamy Roasted Carrot Soup, we knew we would be writing about it.
It’s a classic, yet it somehow feels brand new.
The carrots are roasted to perfection—just long enough for their natural sweetness to shine through and their flavor to deepen, but not so long that they get too soft or lose their crunch.
And the broth itself is just the right amount of decadence, while the herbs add a freshness that balances out the sweetness of the carrots and the creaminess of the soup (even without the cream).
Cream Of Spinach Soup is more than just a creamy, hearty bowl of soup.
It’s a velvety, rich, and satisfying way to enjoy the flavor of this green leafy vegetable.
It also has that rich, smooth texture that you expect from the soup and a little tanginess from the cream that makes it feel like an indulgence.
Plus, it’s got an earthy taste but is not overpowering, which makes it perfect for those who are new to trying out green vegetables in their meals.
5. Pea Soup
We’re not sure if it’s the weather or our mood, but we’ve often been craving Pea Soup.
For those who don’t know what it is, it’s a lot like chicken noodle soup when it comes to texture: a little bit chunky, with a light broth that’s full of flavor and keeps you wanting more.
It also has an earthy aroma that fills your nose with the promise of comfort food.
And when you finally eat it, it’s warm and filling, just what you need on a cold day!
The title of this dish is a little deceiving.
It doesn’t quite sound like it would be as rich, luscious, and silky smooth as it really is.
But don’t let it trick you because it has all the makings of a Roasted Cauliflower Soup but without any kind of dairy product.
And you can use either an immersion blender or a regular blender for this recipe.
We also love using smoked paprika in this recipe because it adds such a wonderful nutty taste to the soup, but you can use whatever kind of paprika you have on hand if you’re not into smoked varieties.
Broccoli Soup is the kind of soup you want to share with a friend but keep all to yourself.
It’s creamy and flavorful but not too overwhelming.
It has a hint of sweetness and a touch of tanginess from the goat cheese but is grounded by the earthy walnuts.
And it’s bright green, like a spring day after a long winter.
So, what are you waiting for?
Get yourself some fresh broccoli, salt, and goat cheese before you start cooking—you’ll need it!
8. Celery Soup
When you think about it, there’s something a little strange about Celery Soup.
Not the taste—that’s delicious.
But the name?
It doesn’t sound satisfying and enjoyable.
In fact, it sounds like something your mother would make when she was trying to get you to eat your vegetables.
But here’s the thing: Celery Soup is about as filling as it gets, and it’s finely flavored with potatoes and vegetable or chicken broth, with just enough cayenne pepper to add some heat.
Then, of course, there’s that dollop of sour cream to make it creamy! Yummy!
When we first tried Chilled Cantaloupe Soup, we were surprised by how creamy and refreshing it tasted.
The texture was also elegant and not what we expected from a fruit.
It wasn’t like anything else we’ve ever eaten before—not even close!
It had a unique taste that was somehow both sweet and tangy, with a subtle hint of musk.
And the flavor just kept coming back to us over and over again, making us crave more every time it washed over my palate.
10. Zucchini Soup
Zucchini Soup is the kind of soup that makes you feel like you’re eating something hearty, but it’s actually decadent and indulgent.
The broth is flawlessly seasoned with herbs, spices, and potatoes.
Plus, the flavors are rich and complex, but not too much—you can taste every one of them individually without being overpowered by any one flavor.
And it’s thick!
It’s so thick that you might want to add more water to thin it out, but don’t do that!
That would be crazy!
It’s perfect just like that!
The soy sauce also adds umami, an enhancing savory flavor.
You won’t taste it, but using it is a great way to boost your soup’s taste.
This soup will make you feel like you’re in a tropical paradise, even if you’re just eating it in your kitchen.
It’s creamy, spicy, and so flavorful that you’ll want to make it a weekly staple.
It also got that perfect balance of sweet and spicy that we love—sweetness from the corn and kick from the chili sauce and paprika.
But what really makes this soup shine is the coconut milk.
It gives it that creamy texture without being overly heavy, which is what makes it great for lunch or dinner.
We used to think that Kabocha Brown Rice Soup was just rice and some water.
But this soup is anything but boring.
Kabocha is a type of winter squash that looks like a pumpkin on steroids but has a much more delicate taste than you’d expect from any pumpkin-type vegetable.
It’s got just enough sweetness to make it taste like dessert, but it also has a savory edge that makes it perfect for mixing with other ingredients like brown rice.
Besides, the Kabocha Brown Rice Soup has a rich, earthy taste that will warm your soul and fill you up with its wholesome goodness.
So, if you’re in the mood for something warm, hearty, and tasty to eat, try this soup!
13. Garlic Soup
If you’ve ever had Garlic Soup, then you have an idea of what’s in store for you.
But this time, we’ve taken it to the next level.
This recipe mixes parmesan cheese and pancetta to deliver the flavor punch you’ve been craving.
But what about the kale?
It’s a crisp, refreshing experience!
Then, the heavy cream just finishes it off perfectly.
Plus, the texture is creamy and smooth, the garlic is sharp and intense, and the pancetta adds a salty crunch.
What a delight!
The Creamy Asparagus Soup is the kind of soup that will make you feel like you’ve just woken up in a farmhouse in the middle of the French countryside, with a warm blanket and a cup of tea by your side.
It’s silky smooth, and it’s full of asparagus goodness.
The heavy cream adds a richness that’s both creamy and bright.
Also, the chicken broth is fragrant with onion and garlic, and the lemon juice adds a pleasing amount of tartness to cut through the creaminess.
It’s a lovely way to warm up on a chilly night!
You love how cucumber feels on your skin and smells in the air.
You love how it bursts with flavor in your mouth.
And you love how it looks: a cool green orb that shimmers like a jewel in the sunshine.
But what if you could bring all those things together and make them even more delicious?
Enter Cold Cucumber Soup: cool, bright, refreshing, and creamy!
This recipe calls for Greek yogurt, which makes it extra thick and rich, and lemon juice for vibrance.
It’s also got honey for sweetness and dill for freshness—all of which combine to create something truly magical!
We love Roasted Acorn Squash & Apple Soup.
It’s one of our favorite foods.
In fact, there’s just something about the combination of the roasted sweetness of the acorn squash with the sharp flavor of apples, ginger, and garlic that makes us feel so cozy and warm inside.
And while this soup has all those same comforting flavors, it packs a little kick of heat from some curry powder and turmeric—which is why it’s not just any old soup!
It’s a recipe you’ll want to make again and again, any time of the year.
17. Pumpkin Soup
Pumpkin Soup is warm, a little sweet, and cozy; it’s the perfect way to welcome fall.
Plus, the smell of Pumpkin Soup on a chilly day is homey.
It’s like someone wrapped you up in a soft blanket and hugged you while they poured it into your bowl.
But don’t let the broth’s delicate appearance or, for that matter, its name lead you to believe it’s a wimpy soup.
That’s because this soup is one hearty dish!
The pumpkin flavor is rich and intense but not overpowering, while the spices give it a warm, spicy kick that makes your taste buds dance for joy.
However, it’s the milk’s creaminess that gives each spoonful a luxurious feel.
Do you know how you’re sitting at home, watching TV, and just not in the mood to cook?
That’s when we decided to make Blender Black Bean Soup.
Then, we tasted it and were like, “WOW.”
It was like a little bit of Mexico had come to my kitchen!
But what makes this soup so unique?
Let us tell you: it’s all about the black beans.
They’re rich and earthy, with a note of sweetness from the tomatoes.
Plus, it has cumin, adding a little zing to this soup.
The Sweet potato and poblano pepper combo are one of our favorite things about this soup—it’s just so good!
The sharpness of the shallots contrasts beautifully with the sweetness of the pepper and the earthiness of the sweet potato.
Then, there are those smoky paprika and cumin flavors that come through.
They’re like a party in your mouth!
And with sour cream, red onion, and cilantro for serving, you can customize each bowl to your liking, so every bite is what you want it to be!
Blender Gazpacho Soup is exactly what it sounds like: a chilled soup made from blended tomatoes and cucumber.
And it’s so effortless to make that you can do it in the blender—no need for other tools!
Just throw everything into your blender and let it go to town.
The result is a soup with a light and refreshing flavor and a bit of sweet and spicy zing.
If you’ve been taking your greens in smoothie form, we have a suggestion for you: it’s time to try them in soup form.
We know it sounds pretty weird but hear us out first.
We’re talking about Blended Super Greens Soup, which is like a smoothie but more filling (and less messy).
It’s packed with the earthy flavors and goodness of spinach, kale, Swiss chard, and cannellini beans.
Plus, it tastes incredible!
Also, this fantastic soup has a slightly spicy kick from the cayenne pepper and paprika.
But the spice is balanced by the nutmeg and red wine vinegar.
So, overall, you’ll get a spicy, sweet, bright, and earthy soup in all the right ways—perfect for waking up your taste buds.
This Roasted Vegetable Harvest Soup is literally a taste of the harvest!
It’s a blend of roasted vegetables like butternut squash, carrots, bell peppers, and jalapeño that are seasoned with cumin and paprika.
And then there are the butternut seeds for extra crunch and bite!
Talk about a flavor explosion!
The savory soup is finished with coconut milk for a luscious texture that’ll make you feel like you’re eating something special (even if it’s just on a weekday).
23. Avocado Soup
We can say it’s creamy, fresh, summery, and just a little cozy.
It’s the kind of soup that brings back memories of lazy days at the beach or wintry nights in front of a crackling fire.
It’s also rich with the flavor of avocado and cilantro but not too heavy or greasy.
Besides, it has a bright citrus punch from the lime juice, which is just enough to wake up your palate without being too much.
And because it’s made with real ingredients like velvety avocado, and instead of processed creamers and thickeners, you can feel good about serving Avocado Soup to your loved ones!
Have you ever had a soup so good that it made you want to jump up and down?
Well, we have.
And this is it.
The Tortilla Blender Soup combines tomato flavor and spice from chipotle puree and cajun spice or taco seasoning, making it taste something fresh from your favorite Mexican restaurant.
The carrots and bell peppers also add sweetness without overpowering, and the celery adds just enough bite to ensure each spoonful packs some serious flavor punch.
And then you’ve got the black beans—you don’t even realize they’re there until they add their own unique twist on things by adding a bit of creaminess without overwhelming your palate with oiliness like some other bean varieties might do.
We’re a huge fan of roasted parsnips, so when we saw this recipe, we knew right away that we wanted to try it out.
The first sip tasted like fall in a bowl: warm, earthy, and sweet with just enough tang to keep things interesting.
But the second sip was even better than the first because then we realized that all those earthy flavors were actually coming from roasted parsnips!
And then we tasted the pears—they’d been roasted too until they were caramelized brown around the edges and bursting with sweetness; this added another layer of flavor to an already delicious combination of ingredients.
Finally, there’s heavy cream: rich and silky without being too thick or heavy on its own.
This soup is like nothing you’ve ever tried before, and we’re confident that it will become one of your favorites.
The bottom line
While you might be wowed by our lengthy list of 25 blender soups, we’d have it no other way.
These recipes are fun and a snap to make, and they create an explosive blend of flavors that mostly contains nourishing ingredients.
Plus, these ultra-smooth soups are the perfect light meal to enjoy, particularly during the fall and winter months when you’re craving something that feels super indulgent but isn’t!
So, enjoy blending these soups with your friends and family; they’re so heavenly!
25 BEST Blender Soups For An Easy Lunch 🥣
Get ready for an easy lunch! It’s time to try these 25 recipes for blender soups!
- Beetroot & Cumin Soup
- Roasted Tomato Soup
- Creamy Roasted Carrot Soup
- Cream Of Spinach Soup
- Pea Soup
- Roasted Cauliflower Soup
- Broccoli Soup
- Celery Soup
- Chilled Cantaloupe Soup
- Zucchini Soup
- Roasted Corn Soup
- Kabocha Brown Rice Soup
- Garlic Soup
- Creamy Asparagus Soup
- Cold Cucumber Soup
- Roasted Acorn Squash & Apple Soup
- Pumpkin Soup
- Blender Black Bean Soup
- Sweet Potato & Poblano Pepper Soup
- Blender Gazpacho Soup
- Blended Super Greens Soup
- Roasted Vegetable Harvest Soup
- Avocado Soup
- Tortilla Blender Soup
- Roasted Parsnip & Pear Soup
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