It’s the easiest (and cheapest) soup you’ll ever make—and you can prepare it in a blender or Nutribullet.
The carrot soup recipe shared by Home Cook contains 100 calories per serving and is easy to make
A home cook shares her quick and easy vegetable soup recipe perfect for weight loss.
UK foodie Matt Boxall shows how to make a hearty dish using just seven ingredients – carrots, brown onions, garlic, coriander, cumin, lemon juice and vegetable stock.
Not only is the delicious soup a healthy dinner option, each serving contains only 100 calories.
‘If you want to lose weight, this is the soup for you!’ Matt said in a TikTok video.
You need seven ingredients to make this delicious vegetable soup – carrots, onions, garlic, coriander, cumin, lemon and vegetable stock.
Not only is the delicious dish a healthy dinner option, each serving contains 100 calories and is perfect for those looking to lose weight
To prepare the dish, cut the mat carrots in half, mince the onion, then place the vegetables and seasonings on a baking tray.
He then placed the tray in a pre-heated oven at 200 degrees Celsius for 20 minutes until the vegetables were cooked.
Next, he carefully pours the roasted vegetables into a Nutribullet blender and adds a generous squeeze of lemon juice along with 400ml of stock.
All the ingredients were blended together to make a smooth, creamy soup.
Matt served the mouth-watering dish in a large bowl then added a dollop of plan yogurt on top – although that’s optional.
The recipe makes two servings containing 100 calories.
Easy Vegetable Soup Recipe for Weight Loss:
5 carrots 1 brown onion 2 garlic cloves 1 teaspoon coriander 1 teaspoon cumin Salt and pepper to taste Lemon juice Squeeze 400 ml vegetable stock
Chop all the vegetables and place them on a baking tray
Try in the oven and roast at 200 degrees Celsius until cooked
Place in blender. Add lemon and vegetable stock
Blend together until smooth
Serve and enjoy
This recipe makes two servings. Each portion contains 100 calories
Source: Matt Boxall/TikTok
Other home cooks thanked Matt for sharing the recipe and couldn’t wait to try it themselves.
‘This looks great, good use of an old carrot,’ wrote one.
‘Love this, was looking for a recipe for soup. Can’t wait to make it,’ said another.
A third added: ‘I used to put lentils in it and then mix.’
While others claim that they still feel hungry after eating the soup because it is low in calories.
‘Love it, was looking for a recipe for a soup. Can’t wait to make it,’ said one.
‘Normally soup doesn’t have that many calories mate,’ added another.