If blending is your thing, you probably have a high-powered blender and may already make your own Vitamix soup recipes!
What can a high-powered blender do?
Perhaps the most common uses include making icy drinks like smoothies, cocktails, or creamy milkshakes, pureeing raw vegetables, grinding coffee beans, making nut butter, blending dressings, dips, or batters, and even crushing ice when the need arises.
While there are many out there on the market, Vitamix is one of the industry’s gold standards.
Vitamix soup is where this blender really shines for its ability to break down fibrous veggies and fruits.
The blades spin so fast and create enough friction while blending cold raw ingredients, that it makes hot soup instantly.
Yes, a Vitamix is expensive but it also approaches professional levels of functionality.
The price tends to be directly proportional to the power of the motor!
Some even have a self-cleaning program.
Where has that been all our lives?
Making soup in Vitamix is easy peasy!
You may never have tasted such a smooth veggie soup as a Creamy Roasted Carrot Soup and the same goes for the Easy Vitamix Tomato Soup as well.
Making soups in Vitamix is a whole new experience and I have searched for some soup recipes for Vitamix, apart from the ones they promote, to share here with you.
On this list of 14, I think the best Vitamix soup is perhaps the tortilla soup, #10.
See if you agree.
Vitamix soup recipes are guaranteed to come out smooth and creamy!
Soup is a lot more than just dicing the main ingredient and pureeing it.
It takes some experimenting to get flavors to combine and balance well.
Here that includes the tastes and textures of oil, onion, garlic, Granny Smith apple, cauliflower, butternut squash, and vegetable broth.
There are other optional items that can be added based on your taste preferences.
This soup starts on the stove for simmering and ends in the Vitamix for smooth blending.
Sweet and tart make a lovely combination!
This Vitamix tomato soup recipe gets made right in the blender!
Tomato soup is a year-round classic that can take you back to your childhood with one sip.
It calls for canned whole tomatoes so it’s okay if it is not peak tomato harvesting time of year!
A wide variety of seasonings make all the difference like thyme, rosemary, oregano, salt, and pepper.
A touch of heavy cream added when serving gives the bowl a very grown-up feel!
Promise me you will serve it with that quintessential side of a grilled cheese sandwich!
Ten minutes to make the best Vitamix soup?
Broccoli Cheddar is a comfort soup extraordinaire!
This is one of those recipes where it starts with cold raw ingredients and after it is blended in the Vitamix, it is hot and ready to be served!
If you don’t have one, you can blend it and then warm the soup on the stove.
The easy part is the short list of ingredients including broccoli, carrots, onion, cheddar cheese, chicken bouillon, and milk.
Some broccoli can be added to the bowl when serving for a presentation flair!
Spicy and savory are two perfect words to describe this recipe for Vitamix carrot soup!
It starts with a lot of roasted carrots, two and a half pounds to be exact!
Sauteed onions and garlic go into the mix as well.
Seasonings include cumin, chili powder, and chipotle pepper powder, so you can adjust those according to your heat preference.
Other ingredients to gather are yogurt, chicken stock, water, and sugar.
Once blended and hot, season with salt to taste.
When serving add cilantro for a lovely garnish.
Another stunningly green variety of soups in the Vitamix wheelhouse of creation would be this Zucchini Soup.
A powerful blender like Vitamix is a wonderful way to get more veggies into your diet.
This too includes sauteed onions and garlic then zucchini, broth salt, and pepper are added in and boiled a bit.
Next, it all gets blended till smooth with several cups of fresh spinach thrown in for good measure.
Serve it up with a spoonful of yogurt on top!
When making soup in Vitamix blenders, an amazing amount of work is done for you!
This recipe for Corn Chowder is amazing all by itself but then it gets elevated when the garnish just happens to be corn relish, well-seasoned shrimp, and fresh cilantro or green onions!
So what goes in this corn chowder?
Glad you asked!
Lots of corn (fresh or canned), water, red pepper, cilantro, vegetable stock, garlic, red onion, paprika, salt, pepper, and chili powder!
Coconut milk gets added slowly at the end.
Never gonna argue with soup recipes for Vitamix that encourage me to use canned items.
Since this is pumpkin and those are only available for a month or two every year, I am beyond thrilled that this recipe calls for canned pumpkin puree because that means I can make it anytime I have a craving.
It all begins with roasted garlic and onions in the oven.
After that, all the ingredients are put into the Vitamix including the pumpkin puree, onion, garlic, pumpkin pie spice, ground cloves, salt, pepper, broth, heavy cream, and honey.
Blend and presto, soup is ready to be served!
Cauliflower makes the best Vitamix soup because of the way its texture breaks down so well!
And the crazy part is this soup has no cheese in it at all.
So roast up that cauliflower beautifully and saute the onions and garlic!
Put them all together in the pot with vegetable broth for simmering.
When it is time to pour it in the Vitamix, the mystery ingredient is butter and the mystery flavors are nutmeg and lemon juice!
Shhh, that’s just between us!
Salt just to taste as it is easy to overdo it.
Chives on top when serving!
I am quite sure you are picking up on some themes between these recipes!
Vitamix soup recipes tend to come out best when the veggies used are roasted first.
It brings out a deep flavor that really adds to the soup’s taste overall.
Then it goes straight into the Vitamix with vegetable stock.
Heavy cream was added towards the end.
That’s all folks!
And it’s wonderfully zesty!
If you are thinking to yourself, how can it be a Tortilla Soup as a Vitamix soup?
Let me explain.
The solid ingredients that are meant to stay whole are added when serving.
It all starts on the stove with sauteing carrot, bell pepper, garlic, onion, and seasonings.
Next, the tomatoes, broth, and black beans are added and simmered.
Lastly, it is transferred to the Vitamix for blending.
Corn and beans were added for a slight blending.
When serving individual bowls, chicken, croutons, cheese, and herbs (and whatever else you might like) are added.
Chips on the side are mandatory!
What is better than one green ingredient in the best Vitamix soup?
Well, three of course!
Cucumber, avocado, and lime are all a part of this low-carb soup.
Four actually, if you count the cilantro!
Okay, okay, five if you count the jalapeno!
This delicious soup is served refreshingly cold!
If it turns out too thick, simply add chicken broth or coconut milk.
When making soup in Vitamix blenders, it is going to turn out smooth!
That’s just a fact.
So if you like your Gazpacho smooth, you are in luck!
No salsa looking Gazpacho here!
Be aware, this recipe uses a 48 ounce or 11 cups blender canister, so if you do not need that much or have one that size, you might want to halve the recipe.
The fresh veggie list includes garlic, bell peppers, cucumber, red onion, and of course, tomatoes which all need to be cut into manageable pieces.
But literally, just blend them all on low to medium speed along with vinegar, oil, salt, pepper, and smoked paprika!
Three cold soup recipes for Vitamix in a row!
Super sweet and delightfully creamy too!
A seedless watermelon is where you want to start!
The other amazing ingredients added to the Vitamix are full-fat coconut cream, mint leaves, lime-infused olive oil, ice cubes, and water.
A slice of lime on top and your soup bowl is ready to serve!
Maybe one of the best ways to beat the summertime heat!
Some Vitamix soup recipes instruct you to put everything straight into the blender.
Other times, they recommend roasting or sauteing some or all of the veggies beforehand.
This recipe leaves it up to the maker to decide if they want to take that extra step or not.
Need it to be “no-cook” great.
Got time to pre-cook, great!
Black beans, onion, celery, carrots, bell pepper, and garlic make up this luscious bean soup.
Toppings could be avocados, tomatoes, or cilantro.
Hearty and warming!
- Vitamix Butternut Squash Soup With Apple And Cauliflower
- Easy Vitamix Tomato Soup
- Easy Vitamix Broccoli Cheddar Soup
- Creamy Roasted Carrot Soup
- Vitamix Zucchini Soup
- Blender Corn Chowder With Shrimp And Corn Relish
- Foolproof Vitamix Pumpkin Soup
- Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Soup
- Cream Of Roasted Asparagus Soup
- Easy Blender Vitamix Tortilla Soup
- Cold Cucumber Soup With Avocado And Lime
- Fresh Tomato Gazpacho In A Vitamix
- Chilled Watermelon Soup With Coconut Cream
- Vegan Black Bean Soup In A Vitamix
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