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  • I made this tonight and it came out amazing. I forgot to buy anything to put on top, but it didn’t need a garnish – it was delicious on its own. Thanks!

    November 14, 2012
    • Mace,

      I’m so happy to hear you liked the carrot soup. Half of the times I make it, I forget to buy toppings for it too. I end up scrounging through my fridge for something (the husband usually whines that he wants something – big baby ;) )

      Thanks for the comment.

      November 14, 2012
  • Linda

    What is that sitting NEXT to the soup in your picture???

    October 10, 2011
    • it’s a brown bread from Europe.

      October 10, 2011
  • im a big carrot-ginger soup person, so adding the apples and goat cheese sounds amazing.will definitely try.

    April 18, 2010
  • Amy

    By the way, my husband ate TWO big bowls of this soup. And this from the man who refuses to believe that soup can be a meal. Maybe I can bring him, step-by-step, over to the “dark” side. : )

    February 03, 2010
  • [...] Roasted Carrot Soup for the Soul by My Man’s Belly [...]

    February 03, 2010
  • Amy

    I found your website through some of your posts on my.cleanprogram.com. I am sitting at my computer right now finishing up that last spoonfuls of your delicious carrot soup. Yummy!!!! I put it through my Blendtec and made it super-smooth and creamy. With luck, my husband may even eat it when he gets home tonight! (Of course, I’m adding feta and croutons to his . . .)

    February 02, 2010
    • I’m glad to hear you like the soup! The cheese gives it a really nice tang to compliment the sweetness. :)

      February 02, 2010
  • Looks fantastic – those are three of my favorite ingredients! I wonder why I never thought to put them together…

    Soup, bread, and wine is one of my favorite meals to share with my husband! Cozy and romantic. :)

    October 07, 2009
  • Hahaa, never thought of soup in such a romantic way :))) But I do love your idea. Roasted carrots, mmm! And the colour is so rich! Maybe I’ll try your recipe on the weekend – I’ll let you know then how it was! ^_^

    October 06, 2009
  • Wow, that soup looks amazing!

    October 06, 2009
  • Wow, that is a thing of beauty!

    October 05, 2009
    • Thank you! I almost didn’t want to eat it ;) But it actually tastes as good as it looks.

      October 05, 2009
  • Wow, this sounds awesome. Especially with the cranberries and cheese. yum.

    October 05, 2009
  • Really nice combination of ingredients. Hope to try it with my garden carrots.

    October 04, 2009
  • Great soup and I love the topping!!

    October 04, 2009
    • The goat cheese cuts the sweetness with its tang and the dried cranberries give your teeth something to do…so your tastebuds aren’t the only one’s having a party.

      October 05, 2009
  • Sounds like a fun trip to Europe. I haven’t been to Europe, but I can definitely use some waistline-friendly food… Especially if it is as delicious as it looks!

    October 04, 2009
  • cant agree more!
    whenever i feel empty in my stomach, an image of a hot bowl of soup comes to my mind!
    wonderfully comforting soup!

    October 04, 2009
  • This looks like a really healthy, tasty soup. I’ll be trying this one.

    October 04, 2009
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    October 04, 2009

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