Recipe Directions

Throw all ingredients in the blender and blend for about 5-10 minutes until thick, smooth and slightly warm. Enjoy!

Bronwyn's Thoughts

By bronwyn

This is a delicious creamy soup with a little bit of kick. I’ve been having major cravings for thick creamy soups lately and this was a great recipe to cure my craving. It’s kind of similar to my irresistable raw soup, but I changed it a bit, added/removed a few things and substituted the avocado in place of the pine nuts.

In the photo I served mine with “popcorn”, ears from one cob of corn, 1 teaspoon olive oil, 3 tablespoons nutritional yeast and half a teaspoon salt.

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Shadomere's Review

Creamy Red Pepper Soup
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This was my second attempt at a raw soup and it was fantastic! I didn't have jalepeno so I used a dash of curry in it. My husband even liked it (he was totally turned off by the "green" soup of my first attempt that even I admit didn't quite come out well) ;)

This was easy and yummy!

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rebeccaj's Review

Creamy Red Pepper Soup
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Thank you for this quick and delicious recipe! I made it with green peppers (less expensive than red), vegan sweetener, and omitted the garlic. I used too much of the hot stuff, but it was still a very nice soup that really hit the spot.

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i added the juice from half a lime and about a tsp of mexican seasoning and topped the bowls with some chopped cilantro and it was awesome!

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Wow, this soup is wonderful! I made a few deletions and substitutions but mostly followed the recipe as is. So delicious! Thank you:)

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monkeyy's Review

Creamy Red Pepper Soup
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I was lazy and only used bell pepper, avocado, garlic, and salt. It was DELICIOUS. It will become a staple, thank you!

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I love this soup!!! I just made some more tonight. I make it a little different based upon what I have lying around each time I make it. But I've been making this a lot - thank you!

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I just got some "After market" organic red peppers lol, this is going to be great! I can't wait!!! Thanks!

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I still make this soup at least three times a week, I love it so much. Plus organic red peppers are really cheap here (4 for $1), at a local market. Sometimes I add other veggies, but this is always the base. Thanks again for this great recipe.

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wow. this is really yummy. Thank you for this great recipe. I have been in the mood for soups lately and this really hit the spot.

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This is delicious! I've made it three times already, in three days. Instead of avocado I add a handful of cashews because the avocado isn't ripe yet and I omit the honey. I'll be making this all the time! MERCI!

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hey jeaniemuse, good idea with the almond milk and ginger! also-welcome to goneraw!

i definitely agree with you on the warm soups, i am in canada and it's getting quite cold now. as i mentioned above, a little tip is to let the blender go for a long time until the soup gets warm. hope you enjoy!

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I am definitely going to try this for supper tonight! I CRAVE soups .. I think I might use some almond milk for the liquid, and put a little bit of grated ginger in too, just for some more heat. I'm new to raw foods (a little over 5 weeks now) and living in Western Pennsylvania, it gets chilly here in the fall and winter! I don't know how I'll be without the warmth of soups, but I figure using more hot peppers, garlic, ginger and spicy spices might help me get the warmth that I want. I'll let you know how it goes!

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Blueyz-Hope you enjoyed the soup! I try to eat local as often as I can, it's so great that you have access to farmer's markets. I live downtown in a big city so it's a little hard. I try to travel outside of the city when I can to get fruits & veggies from local farms.

Crue-Merci, I am glad you enjoyed it! It is certainly a nice soup for cold weather :)

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I made that soup today, perfect for the cold and rainy day we had:) I changed some little things because I did'nt have all the ingredients but it still turned out rich, sweet and spicy, thanks!

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One large carrot I can do, and I agree because I prefer the red pepper taste.

I have found there are many more farmers markets around than I ever knew, but it's only the last year I really got into eating local. Internet has helped me find many places near me that I never even knew existed, and I've lived here most of my life!

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Thanks Blueyz! I'm in Canada and it is really starting to get chilly over here so I definitely agree :) I would recommend that you use just one large carrot as I liked to keep the red pepper taste most prominent. Farmers markets really are awesome, unfortunately I don't have one near where I live :(

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Sounds like something perfect in this fall weather that finally hit New England.

I don't have any baby carrots, do you think 2 regular carrots would be about the same? This is a great idea for one of the huge red peppers I bought today. I got 2 LARGE red peppers for .50c each at the farmers market that would have been $3-4 in a store because of how heavy they are. I love my farmers market :)

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