Carrot Soup

EatingWell on a Budget (2010), March/April 2011

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This easy carrot soup is a great way to use up a bag of carrots that were forgotten in your produce drawer.

"SHAME ON YOU! Regardless of carb grams, carrots are totally verboten on most "ultra low-carb regimens." Please, PLEASE, start publishing at least a few recipes which will help me keep my carbs to ansolutely no more than 25g/day. Thank...
Carrot Soup

4 Reviews for Carrot Soup

Carrot Soup

I found this the easiest directions to follow. I had a few small beets in fridge so I put them in also.. it turned out really nice.. Thanks for sharing!

easy to prepare
Shame on you for not eating carrots!

Any diet that rules out carrots is not a healthy way to lose weight. Thank you eatingwell for posting delicious recipes for people who follow a diet where no fruit or vegetable is forbidden!

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Alexandria_53 wrote 13 weeks 2 days ago

Couldn't agree more!!

Couldn't agree more!!

Anonymous wrote 31 weeks 6 days ago

Eat carrots = good good

Eat carrots = good good eyesight.
Don't eat carrots = can't see straight about what to eat.

Anonymous wrote 36 weeks 6 days ago

Agreed. 25gm per day? Too

Agreed. 25gm per day? Too extreme in my opinion.


This is delish! I changed a couple things because I wanted to use what I had in the house. I didn't have celery so I just skipped it and I used vegatable broth in place of chicken and skim milk instead of half and half.. So good.. I will be sure to make this again!

Tasty and healthy.. what more could you ask for?!?!
Delicious, low-calorie, ultra-satisfying

This soup is fantastic! I love carrots and this soup is tasty and filling. It has helped me lose weight the last few weeks because I eat it before my meals and it helps me eat less.

77 calories a cup, delicious and healthy!

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