Easy Thai Carrot Soup - Vegan Family Recipes (2024)

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There is something so soothing about a bowl of hot, creamy soup while it is absolutely freezing outside. What's even better is when it's a hot, creamy, nutrient dense soup that my kids will actually eat. This Easy Thai Carrot Soup nails it Every.Single.Time.

Not only is the prep work an absolute joke but it turns out tasting like you must have slaving over this all day. There aren't any crazy ingredients either. I always have all of these ingredients in my pantry. It's one of those recipes I like to make if I've had a long day. There's not a whole lot of thinking required and it's pretty hard to mess it up.

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After making this Thai Carrot Soup recipe a couple of times, you'll quickly be able to make it without much thought.

For my family, it is a healthy slight alternative to the Vegan Carrot Soup we eat a lot. The difference with this soup is that I like adding coconut milk to make it extra creamy, lime juice for just a hint of citrus, and cilantro for a bright, earthy flavor.

To top it all off, I like adding fresh cayenne pepper.So what flavors and textures does this Thai Carrot Soup have?

Sweet from the Carrots
Earthy from the Cilantro
Sour from the Lime
Creamy from the Coconut Milk
Heat from the Cayenne Pepper & Ginger

Oh, and garlic...because garlic is garlic and it's so dang good that you never need an excuse to cookwith it.

If you are thinking, this might be too spicy for my kids. Fear not, the reason I added the cayenne pepper on top instead of cooking it into the soup is so that you can easily leave it off. My kids love the taste of ginger now since I regularly cook with it or add it to tea as well. However, if your kids aren't too accustomed to it then go easy on the ginger.

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Easy Thai Carrot Soup

Quickly make this easy thai inspired carrot soup with fresh ingredients. Adjust the amount of chili and ginger used to make it kid-friendly. For extra thai flavor, add a teaspoon red curry paste with the coconut oil.

CourseEntree, Soups

Cuisinegluten-free, Paleo, vegan, vegetarian

Prep Time 10 minutes

Cook Time 30 minutes

Total Time 40 minutes

Makes 8 .5 cups of soup

Calories 121 kcal

Author Vanessa @ VeganFamilyRecipes.com

Ingredients

  • 1 ½teaspoonCoconut Oil
  • 1large Yellow Oniondiced
  • Small knob of fresh Gingerpeeled, grated
  • 2 - 4Garlic Clovesminced
  • 1.5lbs750 g Carrots (peeled, roughly diced)
  • 3cupsLow Sodium Vegetable Broth
  • small handful Cilantro
  • 1Cayenne Pepperdiced, optional
  • 1can of Coconut Milk
  • 1 - 3teaspoonsFresh Lime Juiceoptional

Instructions

  1. Melt coconut oil in over medium-high heat in a medium sized stock pot. Add onion, garlic, and ginger to pot and cook for 5 minutes. Add carrots and cook for 3 more minutes. Stir broth and cilantro into pot and bring to a boil. Once boiling, lower heat, cover pot and simmer until carrots can easily be pierced with a fork. This will take anywhere between 15 and 40 minutes depending on the size of the diced carrots.

  2. When carrots are soft, puree using an immersion blender or add to a blender to puree. Return soup back to stock pot and add coconut milk and more water if too thick.

  3. Add lime juice and more salt to taste.

  4. Garnish soup with cayenne pepper and fresh cilantro leaves. Serve hot.

Recipe Notes

1.) To make this a low calorie soup with only 69 calories in a cup, omit the coconut milk.2.) I'm a big fan of steaming vegetables since it helps preserve more nutrients. If you wish, you can steam your carrots first and add then to the pot with boiling water. Then immediately puree and serve. 3.) The reason I add the cayenne pepper as a garnish is to keep this kid friendly. If you prefer a spicier soup. Add you diced cayenne chili pepper to the stock pot at the same time you add the onions, garlic, and ginger. This will allow the spice from the pepper to evenly spread throughout the entire soup.4.) You can substitute the coconut oil with olive oil, if needed.

Looking for a few more soups to try out? Maybe some of these might catch your fancy :)

  • Easy Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
  • Creamy Almond Soup

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Comments

  1. Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine says

    The sweet carrot and coconut with the spice...so good!! Thai is such a beautiful cuisine!

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  2. Hauke Fox says

    Yes, this sounds absoultely delicious, Vanessa! I'm a huge fan of Thai food, this soup is right up my alley! Thanks for sharing :D

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  3. Sophia @Veggies Don't Bite says

    Soups are so perfect for right now! I'm loving the cayenne kick in this!

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  4. The Food Hunter says

    the peppers make it extra special!

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  5. Jenn says

    Sounds amazing!! Love the heat in there and so many awesome flavors coming together!

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  6. [emailprotected] says

    I love thai flavours and this soup sounds fantastic. Carrots lend such a lovely sweetness.

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  7. Linda @ Veganosity says

    Vanessa, this is a beautiful recipe. I love Thai flavors and carrot soup. Love that you combined the two.

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  8. dixya @ food, pleasure, and health says

    i love how pretty it looks..i love carrot ginger soup but the idea of this Thai soup is making me hungry.

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  9. vegdiver says

    Thanks for the great vegan website! Your photography is outstanding- the composition & lighting of your photos make your posted recipes quite... drool worthy! - The Campbell Family

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    • Vanessa Croessmann says

      Thanks so much! Drool worthy is exactly what I was going for ;)

      Reply

  10. Sina @ Vegan Heaven says

    I love thai food! :-) I spent two weeks in Thailand last September and the food we had was just amazing! I could have stayed sooo much longer. Can't wait to try this soup!

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  11. Kathy Hester says

    I love creamy soups and this one has a kick too! I can't wait to make it!

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  12. The Vegan 8 says

    This looks so pretty and perfect Vanessa, I really could just eat my screen! The color is gorgeous, love the overhead shots!

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  13. Tish says

    This recipe should come in handy this winter. Looks delish.

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  14. Marla says

    This soup was perfect! Thanks for such an easy recipe. I#m going to make it a lot.

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  15. Trish says

    So easy to make. My girls licked their bowls clean. Passed the recipe on to my mother in law too. So good!

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    • Vanessa Croessmann says

      Yay! Thanks for sharing this recipe with your mother in law :)

      Reply

  16. Susan Blake says

    Thank you for sharing this fantastic recipe! I have made it several times and so has my daughter. It's SO GOOD that I served it as part of my first vegan thanksgiving this past year. A new classic and elegant master recipe in my kitchen.

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    • Vanessa Croessmann says

      Thanks Susan! I'm so happy you liked the soup :) It's definitely one of my easy, go-to recipes!

      Reply

  17. Nununana says

    I'm a college student trying to learn how to cook and this was a really nice easy recipe! Thank you so much! It was incredibly delicious!

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    • Vanessa Croessmann says

      So happy you liked the Thai Carrot Soup! Enjoy :)

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  18. Chhavi says

    This turned out just lovely. This is going to be my new go-to for using up fresh carrots. It was easy, quick and just delicious!

    Reply

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