Creamy Spring Vegetable Soup - Dairy & Gluten Free

I love when Spring arrives. The flowers are starting to bloom, the weather breaks, and a whole new line of vegetables start appearing in the store. Vegetables that are colorful, flavorful, and inspire you to try new recipes. Recipes like this Creamy Spring Vegetable Soup that I put together.

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Light and creamy, this vegetable soup is perfect for this time of year. My goal was to make sure it wasn't too heavy, like a winter soup can be, but to also make sure it still had the comfort food type feel. Both of these goals were accomplished and I am thrilled to share this recipe with you.

To Roast or Not To Roast

For this recipe, I chose to roast all my veggies. It's not something you have to do, but I just love the flavors that come out from roasting and wanted to bring that into this vegetable soup.

vegetables on a cookie sheet

It also makes it A LOT easier to cook them all at once together! And who doesn't like a shortcut right?

Non-Roasted or Leftovers?

Have a bunch of leftover spring vegetables from a previous meal? Go ahead and use those! No need to roast a whole new batch! It will still taste great.

Don't feel like roasting? That's OK too. Just make sure the asparagus and carrots are cooked. Asparagus al dente and carrots till fork tender. You'll also want to saute your onions and garlic in some oil until they are cooked through also.

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Creamy Spring Vegetable Soup being blended with immersion blender

You're Going To Love This Soup

OK, well, I could be wrong, but I'm really thinking you will love this soup.  As you can see, it's super easy to make and makes a beautiful looking dish.

In just under an hour, you will have a fantastic tasting dinner or side dish that any veggie lover will enjoy.

Creamy Spring Vegetable Soup in a white bowl

How About You?

What's your favorite part of Spring? Is it the new vegetables or is it the change of weather?

Leave me a comment and let me know.


Thanks for stopping by and happy cooking!


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  1. Avocado is the best in soups! It is still cold enough to be soup season around here looks great

  2. This looks light and refreshing! We just got snow here today so soup is perfect!!

  3. This recipe looks delish! Thank you for sharing!

  4. This look like such a good recipe for Spring! Love the mixture of carrots and asparagus! Great way to incorporate some extra servings of vegetables into the day!

  5. Thanks so much! Between the look and the taste, it really does say Spring is here!

  6. Oh my! No snow here, but still loving this soup! Hope it thaws quickly for you!

  7. I am actually using asparagus in this recipe, but avocado does sound good ;-)

  8. I'm so pumped for Spring, for reasons like this recipe! Great way to showcase delicious veggies!

  9. I love a good creamy soup - without the cream! And hooray for spring veggies!

  10. This is just what I need!! It's snowing here and I'm craving all the veggies. My mom bought a lot of asparagus for us this past weekend (good deal I guess?) and I left it up at their house on accident. I told them to put it in the freezer, it would probably work perfectly for this.

  11. I LOVE making roasted vegetable pureed soups! In fact, I just made one for tonight with butternut, carrots, onions, and garlic. I like how you made the roux for this. I simply thickened my soup with soy milk. Definitely going to make this once all the spring produce is available!

  12. This looks so yummy! LOVE that it is dairy free!

  13. What a gorgeous, tasty soup! This really looks so delish-- I can't wait to try it.

  14. Thanks Kim! It really is quite yummy.

  15. Thanks so much Julia!!! Thanks for the rating too!

  16. Thanks Annmarie. I love to make new creamy soups dairy free! I can't find them out anywhere, so it's fun to make them at home.

  17. Thanks Christina. Yes, the roux definitely comes in handy when making the soup thicker. It's become my go to for a good creamy soup.


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