Creamy Thai Carrot Soup…

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Hey y’all…we are back – sort of 🙂 Jennifer’s wedding was absolutely wonderful and we can’t wait to share more of it with you in the upcoming weeks. At the moment we are kind of in an euphoric, exhausted coma 🙂 So , we are taking a bit of rest and will hopefully be back at full steam on Monday. Thank you so much for your understanding and all of your heartfelt good wishes!! We appreciate you so much!

Today is another Recipe Rewind from last year. This soup recipe is one of our most viewed on our website and on Pinterest! Enjoy!!

I am always on the hunt for recipes that are healthy and tasty.  The foods I eat must be flavorful and easy to make in order to stay successful on my weight loss journey. This Creamy Thai Carrot Soup is packed with unbelievable layers of flavor.  In addition to the great taste it is also very healthy.  I found the original recipe on Weight Watchers (of course) and changed it up a bit to my taste.

Ingredients for Creamy Thai Carrot Soup - another great Weight Watchers recipe

Creamy Thai Carrot Soup

Serving Size: 4

My variation is 1 PointsPlus Value per serving


  • 2 cups low sodium chicken broth
  • 1 pound uncooked baby carrots
  • 1/2 cup uncooked Spanish onion
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 2 1/4 tsp fresh ginger root
  • 1 1/2 tsp Thai curry paste
  • 7 0z container Fage 2% plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 TBS fresh mint leaves - chopped


In a medium saucepan, bring broth, carrots, onion garlic and giner to a boil over medium-high heat. Cover, reduce heat to low and simmer for 20 - 25 minutes, until carrots are tender. Stir in curry paste and Greek yogurt and simmer for 1 minute to blend flavors. Remove from heat and add mint leaves and cool slightly.

Begin ladling ingredients into a blender - being careful as this is still hot - and puree until smooth. You may need to do this in batches, depending on the size of your blender.

**Serve with a tsp of yogurt and fresh mint on top - if you like

**If you would like a more spicy soup, add a bit more curry paste. Be careful as a little bit goes a long way.


Creamy Thai Carrot Soup...packed with flavor and super easy to make!

The grated fresh ginger adds a wonderful flavor boost.  It is aromatic, pungent and mildly spicy.

Add the broth, carrots, onion, ginger and garlic and begin to boil.  The fragrance permeates the house.

Creamy Thai Carrot Soup - bringing ingredients to a boil

Finished cooking…

Adding fresh mint to Creamy Thai Carrot Soup - unbelievable flavor in this Weight Watchers recipe

…and ready to be blended into creamy goodness.

Creamy Thai Carrot Soup - ready to meld all of the creamy ingredients - wonderful Weight Watchers recipe

In the blender you can see the blended mint and spices.

Pulsing all of the ingredients together for Creamy Thai Carrot Soup - a flavorful Weight Watchers recipe

You won’t ever want another carrot soup again.  This recipe has a flavor punch of goodness.  Each bite you can really taste the developed flavor levels.

Creamy Thai Carrot Soup...packed with flavor and easy to make.

Bon Appetite!!  Try this smooth and creamy carrot soup – you won’t be sorry.  Let us know what you think 🙂


  1. OOOhhhh this looks so yummy and easy and perfect for Fall!! I am adding it to my soup recipes! have a great day xo Lisa

  2. Love a good soup recipe & this one is perfect for the season :-). It’s on the list to try this week. Y’all deserve time for your exhausted, euphoric coma! {{hugs}} Bwg ~~~

  3. ok, normally this kind of soup would fall in the weird category for a picky eater like me but i’ve loved all of your other recipes so i will try this one too. thanks for helping me to step out of my comfort zone!

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