25 Vitamix Soup Recipes to Impress Your Guests

25 Vitamix Soup Recipes

Whether it be the sudden arrival of guests or the untimely craving for comfort food, my Vitamix blender never disappoints me. 

And although the Supernova Vitamix blender is suitable for blending anything that needs blending, it is a lifesaver when it comes to making creamy soups. 

Are you new to the Vitamix blender, or haven’t you tried out the different variants of soup in your Vitamix blender? 

No worries! I am here with the top twenty-five Vitamix Soup Recipes that will definitely enrich your Vitamix soup-making experience. 

From pea soup to pizza soup, I have included the best classical to trendy recipes in this list so that you can make the most of this blog. 

So let’s get blending!

1. Easy Blender Vitamix Tortilla Soup

Easy Blender Vitamix Tortilla Soup tops my list of 25 Vitamix Soup Recipes because it is the healthiest and most tasty soup that takes only a few minutes to come together. 

Basically, it is a famous Mexican-inspired soup in which we add ingredients like tortilla chips, veggies, vegetable broth, seasonings, and garnishes.

The tortilla soup is healthy as well as full of flavor. Still, people used to avoid making it due to the time it takes to cut and chop the veggies to perfection. 

Thanks to the Vitamix blender, chopping is out of the question. You just have to cut all the vegetables and let the blender turn them into a smooth soup. 

2. Vitamix Tomato Soup

I say, “If life gives you tomatoes, make tomato soup.” ???????????? –> ???? 

And if you have a Vitamix blender, you have all the more reasons to make tomato soup.

You do not need lots of ingredients. Just grab a handful of fresh tomatoes, a spoonful of seasonings, and you are ready to enjoy the soup. 

Moreover, Vitamix will blend the tomatoes well and give you a creamy smooth texture in minutes, which you can hardly achieve just on a stovetop. 

And don’t for even a sec worry about the color! All you have to do is use fresh tomatoes instead of canned whole tomatoes. 

3. Corn Chowder

What! Summers and its fresh produce are here, and still, you haven’t tried the Corn Chowder soup yet? 

Well, well, well, thank God I am here to assist you in this matter. 

First, saute the veggies, like a cup of corn, onion, and potatoes, in olive oil. Add stock and let it simmer until the potatoes get tender. 

Next, pull your Vitamix blender out of the kitchen cabinet, and if it is already out, plug it into the socket, and add the corn mixture and milk into the blender carefully. 

Then turn Vitamix to the Soup Program Mode and blend well for 12-15 seconds. Lastly, add the seasonings according to your taste and enjoy. 

4. Black Bean Soup

Time for another one of my favorite Vitamix Soup Recipes: The Black Bean Soup, the healthiest soup of all. 

From maintaining healthy bones to lowering blood pressure, managing diabetes, or even preventing cancer, the black bean has been found to do miracles. 

For me, the tastiest way to feed black beans to my kids is to make black bean soup, which I obviously make in my Vitamix blender. 

So, without further ado, get the ingredients such as onions, celery, red bell pepper, carrots, garlic, lemon juice, cumin powder, salt, and obviously the black beans out and get to blending. 

5. Vitamix Zucchini Soup

Summer vegetable soups are underrated! 

They are not only delicious but also good for your health as they are made from fresh produce. 

This Vitamix Zucchini Soup is the side dish I make every other weekend whenever Zucchini is in season. 

You should also try this bright green soup and serve it to your guests. Undoubtedly, this soup will bring some well-deserved praise to the table. 

Remember to add ½ cup of yogurt, a little bit of lemon zest, a sprinkle of basil, and oregano as a yogurt garnish to this Vitamix Zucchini Soup just before serving. 

6. Potato Parsnip And Leek Soup With Chive Gremolata

Here I bring you Potato Parsnip And Leek Soup With Chive Gremolata, a contemporary twist to the classical potato leek soup. 

If you haven’t tried out this soup yet, it’s high time to include this healthy soup in your and your family’s diet. 

The potato parsnip and leek soup is not only high in fiber and minerals, but it also includes vitamins such as vitamin C, vitamin B6, and vitamin K. 

It can increase immunity, improve digestion, and lower blood pressure—all the more reason to try this recipe today. 

7. Macadamia and Roasted Sweet Potato Soup 

This one is a Macadamia and Roasted Sweet Potato Soup recipe, one of the incredible Vitamix Soup Recipes. 

This recipe is dear to me as it includes my husband’s favorite roasted vegetable – the roasted sweet potato. 

Whenever my hubby craves sweet potatoes, I take out my Vitamix blender and make this soup, which takes only 25 minutes to get ready. 

Aside from macadamia nuts and sweet potatoes, it includes a strong flavor of ginger and turmeric and a squeeze of lemon juice. 

8. Vitamix Tomato Basil Soup

This Vitamix Tomato Basil Soup takes the recipe of classical tomato soup to a notch above. 

Fresh Basil is the star ingredient in this recipe. The combination of tomatoes and fresh basil gives the soup a tangy, bright flavor. 

If you have fresh thyme, add it to the soup to make it more flavorful. 

You can keep the tomato basil soup in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days or freeze it for up to 3 months. 

But I would say always make it fresh to enjoy the right flavor and texture. 

9. Thai Ginger Soup

Thai Ginger Soup is the best comfort food you need when you are feeling low or under the weather. 

Red capsicum, carrot, yellow squash, shallot/spring onion, a handful of cabbage, a slice of lemon, and a fingertip of fresh ginger root goes into the soup beside cashews. 

Of course, cutting the veggies consumes your time, but as this soup is a no-cook soup, the cutting won’t matter much. 

You just have to put the ingredients one by one in the blender and blend for 5-6 minutes. If you are using hot water, blend for only 1-2 minutes. 

10. Creamy Chicken Potato Soup

Hurrah! Finally, here is a non-vegan soup in the wide list of Vitamix Soup Recipes. ????

I call it a snuggle-in soup because my kids love this Creamy Chicken Potato Soup snuggled under the cover during those long cold nights! 

This soup is a mixture of tender cubes of potato, thick chunks of onion, a bowl of boneless cooked chicken, a cup or two of skim milk, a pinch of dried rosemary and salt, and thick, creamy broth. 

This Chicken Potato Soup will turn out deliciously creamy and flavorful in the Vitamix blender. Try it once to believe it. 

11. Mushroom, Truffle & Thyme Soup

This soup is as amazing as its name sounds! 

The Mushroom, Truffle, and Thyme Soup is a rich, creamy soup that gives an earthy aroma. It is a must-try soup for all mushroom soup lovers. 

To make this soup, rinse the mushrooms with a brush or paper towel. If you’re using frozen mushrooms, defrost them first. 

After adding filtered water into the blender, add mushrooms, garlic, roasted cashews, thyme, chives, and a vegetarian stock cube. 

Blend all the ingredients well for 5-6 minutes. Then add salt and pepper to taste and oil and blend again for 8-10 seconds. 

12. Pea Soup


Are you looking for a long-simmering pure vegetarian soup? Well, then, look no further. I bring you the piping hot recipe for pea soup.

This pea soup looks and tastes best when you make it in a Vitamix blender while even using frozen peas. 

For that tangy kick, I add lemon to this soup and fresh thyme for aroma. 

Add a swirl of Crème Fraîche and a pinch of flaked Sea Salt as a garnish just before serving for that extra oomph.

You won’t regret it at all! 

13. Roasted Carrot Soup

If you are looking for a perfect warm-up side dish to go with your salad and sandwiches, this Roasted Carrot Soup is your jackpot. 

For the Roasted Carrot soup, first, you have to roast the carrots in olive oil to bring out their savory notes and make them tender. 

Then saute veggies such as onion and garlic. Add all the ingredients one by one into the Vitamix blender. 

I blend this soup mixture for 5 minutes on high to make a hot and creamy soup. Then I add seasoning and herbs to taste. 

Lastly, I garnish it with fresh cilantro and a pinch of lemon zest.  

14. Cream of Mushroom Soup 

As usual, during Winter, Mother Nature will dump inches of snow on us, detaining us indoors and giving us all the more reasons to enjoy a wholesome, hot soup.

Most of all, you can make and refrigerate this soup beforehand. It could come in handy when you are organizing a get-to-gather and are short on time. 

For later use, you can store the Cream of Mushroom Soup in an airtight container for up to 3-4 days in the fridge. 

The trick is to heat the soup the right way!

While heating up, add milk instead of water. Most importantly, slowly add the milk while stirring so it wouldn’t form clumps. 

15. Blender Corn Chowder with Shrimp & Corn Relish

Yummy! The Corn Chowder, Shrimp, and Corn Relish Soup is another of my favorite Vitamix soup recipes. 

I would have laughed if someone had told me earlier that I could pour cold ingredients into a blender and get a scorching hot soup. 

But yes! My Vitamix blender is just the perfect tool to make a hot and creamy Corn Chowder, Shrimp, and Corn Relish Soup. 

I make it in the Vitamix blender by blending veggies and pouring coconut milk gradually while blending the mixture. 

Lastly, I add already marinated corn relish and cooked shrimp to the soup. 

16. Butternut Squash Soup

This Butternut Squash Soup is unique because of the following two reasons:

We roast butternut squash before making this soup to give the soup that extra flavor and aroma. 

Secondly, we blend this soup instead of cooking it on the stovetop. TA-DA! The Vitamix blender comes into the picture. 

Remove the butternut squash ends. Place the butternut squash on a baking sheet, drizzle with avocado oil, and season with salt and pepper. 

Scoop out the large spoon of the butternut squash and transfer it to the blender. Blend with onion, garlic, nutmeg, ginger, maple syrup, salt, and vegetable broth. 

17. Coconut Curried Cauliflower Soup

This Coconut Curried Cauliflower Soup is a perfect combination of Thai flavors with coconut milk. It’s very creamy and completely dairy-free.

You can serve it cold on a hot and sunny day. I like to thin it up a little more when serving it cold. Otherwise, it appears thicker than expected due to coconut milk. 

You can easily alter the spice level in this soup to your liking by adding more or less Thai curry paste.

It will last for up to 5 days in the refrigerator. Warm it up by adding a bit of coconut milk instead of water. 

18. Broccoli Cheddar Soup

You should have come to know by now that my one true love is my Vitamix blender, which can heat while it blends. 

Oh boy, the wonders it does in the kitchen are AWMazing! 

The Vitamix pulverizes the ingredients until they become one and turn them into something scrumptious like a creamy, rich Broccoli Cheddar Soup. 

This soup will not only save you time, but it will make your guests ask for more. So, not to fall short, I suggest you make a batch at once.

To save time, you can also steam the broccoli and other veggies a day before. Serve this soup hot and win the hearts over. ????

19. Roasted Cauliflower Soup

The Roasted Cauliflower Soup – even the name makes you swoon! 

For a delicious roasted cauliflower soup experience, I always opt to roast the cauliflower to perfection. 

The roasting makes all the difference between a ho-hum cauliflower soup and a why-is-this-so-good cauliflower soup.

This roasted cauliflower soup has no cream in it at all, not even coconut milk. Yet still, it is creamy to its core. 

Surprising right? Actually, the combination of cauliflower and melted butter gives this soup its thick creamy texture. 

20. Potato Soup

Potato soup is a feel-good soup that we always crave, but do you know that this soup is helpful when you really need to satisfy your hunger at odd times? 

Also, this recipe is tasty and flavorful and takes minutes to get ready. 

Just grab some potatoes from the backyard and roast them well. Blend them with carrots, onion, milk, chicken broth, and spices using Vitamix, and you are good to go.

Seriously, it is as easy as it sounds! 

21. Roasted Root Vegetable Soup

Roasted turnips, carrots, and fresh ginger, the root veggies, together made into a paste in Vitamix soup blender, the out product is sizzling roasted root vegetable soup. 

To make this mouth-watering soup, roast turnip, carrot, ginger, garlic, onion, celery, and jalapeno, after seasoning them with salt, pepper, and oil. 

Once the veggies become soft, toss them into the Vitamix with the tomatoes, half the can of chickpeas, and vegetable stock. 

Blend for 5-6 minutes, then through the lid plug opening, add cilantro, kale, and leftover chickpeas. Blend for another 20-30 seconds.  

22. Beet Soup

We can’t forget the Beet Soup recipe when discussing healthy Vitamix Soup recipes. 

This soup is so much healthier that we should call it nutrient-dense soup instead of beet soup. 

Aside from the unroasted beet, I add parsnip, ginger, garlic, and onion to this recipe. You can add or subtract veggies according to your taste. 

I serve this soup as a side dish with ham and cheese sandwiches or mac and cheese. You can also serve it as a main course. 

To get rid of beet stains from your hands, apply and rub lemon juice vigorously or make a mixture of baking soda and a little bit of water, then wash your hands with it. 

23. Roasted Asparagus Soup

Benefiting from my experience, you can also make Roasted Asparagus Soup in a Vitamix blender without a hitch. 

When I made it, this soup turned up a bright lemon color, and as I roasted the asparagus first, the aroma spread far and wide. 

Aside from asparagus, I only added three other ingredients: vegetable broth, kosher salt and pepper, and heavy cream. 

For a vegan recipe, you can substitute the almond milk with half and half, and for more flavor, you can add fresh dill or chives. 

24. Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup

Sometimes all you need is some comfort food in your life. However, comfort does not have to be unhealthy. 

This is true of this nutritious yet amazingly roasted red pepper tomato soup, an ideal blend of tomatoes, red peppers, onion, garlic, and basil. 

Place the red peppers, tomatoes, and onion on a baking sheet after cutting them in half. Then, spray the vegetables with olive oil and season with salt and pepper.

Once they turn out charred black, remove the peel and toss the veggies into the blender. Add the vegetable broth, balsamic vinegar, and dried basil and blend well.  

25. Vitamix Pizza Soup

Yeah Yeah, I know; I have been raving about my Vitamix blender, but do you blame me? 

After reading all the innovative recipes, you will also have become a fan of this kitchen’s workhorse by now.  

If not, this last recipe will surely win you over. The Vitamix Pizza Soup is a combination of veggies, herbs, and cheese. 

In olive oil, sauté all the vegetables until soft. Toss the sautéed vegetables into the Vitamix container. Add tomato paste and seasonings, and blend for another 5 to 10 seconds.

Enjoy easy, homemade, delicious, and trendy Vitamix Pizza Soup.

creamy wild rice soup

Creamy Wild Rice Soup

This one is my version of Vitamix’s Creamy Wild Rice Soup. Try it once to become a fan for a lifetime.
This delicious and healthy recipe is a must-try in your Vitamix blender. It features rice, veggies, and cashews.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 55 minutes
Course Side Dish
Cuisine Chinese
Servings 6 people
Calories 360 kcal


  • Knife
  • Heavy-bottomed soup pan
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Vitamix blender


  • 8 cups vegetable broth, divided use
  • 1 cup wild rice – rinsed
  • 4 celery stalks – chopped
  • 1 carrot – peeled and chopped
  • ½ yellow onion, chopped
  • 4-6 cloves garlic, chopped
  • 1 tbsp dried thyme
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 1 cup cashews, soaked overnight and drained
  • 1 can of cannellini beans, drained
  • 8 oz of fresh mushrooms (sliced)
  • 2 tsp salt


  • In a large-sized, heavy-bottomed soup pan or saucepan, add 7 cups of broth over high heat and bring to a boil.
  • Add in rice, celery, carrot onion, garlic, thyme, and bay leaves, and again bring to a boil.
  • Immediately turn down the heat to medium and cook with a cover for around 30 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, in a Vitamix blender, add the remaining broth, cashews, and beans.
  •  Secure the lid of Vitamix and start to process on low setting.
  • Immediately turn the speed onto a high setting and process to form a smooth mixture.
  •  In the soup pan, add the cashew paste mixture and stir to blend.
  • Add in mushrooms and salt and cook, uncovered for around 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Discard the bay leaves and enjoy hot.


Additional Nutritional Value:
Fat: 13.1g | Saturated Fat: 2.7g | Sodium: 975mg | Carbohydrates: 44.2g | Fiber: 7.4g | Sugar: 5.9g | Protein: 19.3g
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