Creamy Roasted Asparagus Soup

This easy Creamy Roasted Asparagus Soup is made with simple ingredients like cream, vegetables and broth. Also it’s completely made in a blender to hot silky perfection.

A bowl of food on a plate, with Soup and Asparagus

Creamy Roasted Asparagus Soup

I’m such a soup person, and you can tell by combing through my many soup recipes here on My Organized Chaos. This is especially true this time of year, when the evenings get chilly and the upcoming colder season is near.

Bring on the warm-up meals, and nothing quite soothes and comforts like a hot bowl of soup. Rather than opening up a can of pre-made, I need you to know just how easy a homemade soup is to make. Not only is it fresh and healthier, yet the flavours are outstanding.

A bowl of soup with asparagus

This time of year is perfect for using up those cost-friendly seasonal vegetables. In fact, even those that aren’t at their freshest, yet the price is amazing – are the ones ideal for soup. Proof? Here’s a delicious recipe for Creamy Roasted Asparagus Soup!

How to Make Asparagus Soup

I started by roasting my asparagus for 12 minutes in olive oil, pepper and salt. Yet this step is completely optional, you can use fresh if you’d like and skip the roasting. Also, get creative with this recipe – add some garlic if you choose, for example.

A bowl of food on a table, with Soup

I have two main tips {secrets} for this recipe:

– First, you can swap the asparagus for most vegetables if you’d like. Using this recipe you can make tomato soup, potato soup squash or even zucchini. I’m going to try my Thai Pumpkin and Coconut Soup recipe next, it’s that time of year that I start craving it!

– The next big bonus is that it’s completely made using a blender!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Breville Canada.
While this is a compensated post, as always, all opinions are my own.

breville super q

Yet, not just any blender – I used the Breville Super Q. This 12-speed commercial grade blender {because of its highest possible motor rating} is designed for the home kitchen.

I’m pretty smitten with this product for a variety of reasons. It’s most likely the quietest blender I’ve used, and that’s important because with three kids and two pets – I don’t need amore noise thank you very much.

Also, it works so well! For making this soup for example, I simply added everything to the Super Q and hit the pre-programmed soup button. Not only did it blend like silk, but it’s also counted down, leaving seconds at the end for some stir slowing to remove steam bubbles.

The result was steaming hot soup, no cooking required.

breville super q

Other one-touch programs include Pulse/Ice Crush, Smoothie {for dairy-based smoothies}, Green Smoothie {for blending whole fruits and vegetables}, and Frozen Dessert.

Looking through the included recipe book, I’m excited to try such a new variety of recipes. This powerful Super Q can even mill flour and ground spices. I’m a big fan of one-touch assistance though, as there’s no guessing with time or speed.

breville super q

The Breville Super Q comes with an extra blade system and a personal blender cup with travel lid so you don’t have to use the full jug when not needed. Sometimes one of the kids likes to make a take a smoothie to school with them, so I know this will be used a lot soon.

The Vac Q Vacuum Pump is another accessory for the Breville Super Q. This attachment removes the air for smoother blends, brighter colours, and richer flavours.

The soup mode did remove most bubbles from the soup I made, plus I was eager to give it a taste. Next time I’ll give this attachment a try with a soup, to remove all the air and give that extra TLC.

breville vac q

For some blends like smoothies, you don’t a lot of air incorporated, yet I wouldn’t use this for blends like milkshakes, since you want that fluff as a result. Yet separation in my smoothies is a peeve of mine, so this attachment is genius! The Vac Q Vacuum Pump retails for $149.99, yet as of right now Super Q’s come with a coupon for a free one.

I’m going to be blending all the things thanks to the Super Q, and it doesn’t stop with soups. Yet really, what a bang-on intro, I must say. Immediately after making this, I literally scoured the fridge for more veggies to try another soup. Oh, carrots!

Nourishment yes, but using this super blender is so simple and effective to use. I might just be showing off and having fun too, at this point.

A bowl of soup with asparagus and text

Get the recipe below! Also don’t forget to try my Slow Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup.

A bowl of food on a table, with Soup

Roasted Asparagus Soup

Yield: 1 person
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

This easy Creamy Roasted Asparagus Soup is made with simple ingredients like cream, vegetables and broth. Also it's completely made in a blender to hot silky perfection.


  • 1/2 lb fresh asparagus, cut in half
  • olive oil, pepper, salt , toss with asparagus to roast, if desired
  • 1 cup chicken broth
  • 4 tbsp parmesan cheese
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream


  1. If you'd like to roast the asparagus: toss asparagus with olive oil, pepper and salt and bake for 12 minutes. This part is optional, can use fresh uncooked asparagus as well
  2. Toss asparagus {roasted or not}, broth, parmesan, and cream into blender. Press 'soup' mode, and allow to blend and cook {takes about 5 minutes}
  3. Pour into bowl and enjoy - garnish with cream and/or parsley for looks
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1 person
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 341Saturated Fat: 17gCholesterol: 95mgSodium: 1208mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 5gSugar: 4gProtein: 14g

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  1. Hard to say…I love my smoothies, but I might try a soup first. Blenders have come a long way since I got mine 11 years ago! Time to upgrade?!

  2. I would make Cauliflower and leek soup. I would also make my protein green smoothies too.

  3. I would like to try the Roasted Asparagus Soup. This sounds amazing. Perfect for my next dinner party!

  4. I am curious about the frozen dessert recipes – I love that I would be able to control the ingredients – it would be so much healthier to make at home then what is purchased in the store! (ie salt, sugar, additives)

  5. I would like to try the Roasted Asparagus Soup. It’s my favorite veggie. And it’s so easy to make.

  6. If I got this in the summer I’d make a delicious fruit smoothie first! Otherwise I would make broccoli soup!

  7. The recipe that I would love to try first is the Roasted Asparagus Soup, it looks and sounds supper yummy!

  8. With so many fresh tomatoes from my garden I would make a Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup.

  9. Well I don’t like asparagus but would probably make a broccoli and cheese soup. That would be nice.

  10. I would first make the Roasted Asparagus Soup! I have never had Asparagus soup and looks so delicious!

  11. I would make a puree for my little girl. This blender looks amazing! Thanks for the review!

  12. I would make a bunch of these.
    Blueberry & Raspberry Smoothie Recipe
    1/4 cup fresh or frozen blackberries
    1/4 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
    1/4 cup fresh or frozen raspberries
    1/4 cup fresh or frozen strawberries
    1/2 of a banana
    3/4 cup light soymilk or low-fat milk
    1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
    1/4 cup shaved ice

  13. The Creamy Roasted Asparagus Soup recipe looks great. I would try this one first!

  14. I’d have to make the roasted asparagus soup, and also salsa from my homegrown tomatoes.

  15. A mango smoothie!! Something to cool me off 🙂 or a bean soup. Yum! Thanks for the chance.

  16. I would love to try the roasted asparagus soup it sounds delicious. Smoothies for breakfast yummy

  17. I would never stop making soups! I try and make a homemade soup once a week. My son LOVES anything in a blender, soups, smoothies, you name it! He will even watch people blending stuff on youtube (yeah I know it is weird) lol I would love to make curry apple zucchini soup with this. I don’t actually own a blender so this would make my life a lot easier. I go to my moms to use hers. She would probably also love if I won this!!!

  18. I would use this blender to make Squash Apple Soup first. It is one of our favourites and this powerful blender would make it so much faster.

  19. A good hearty tomato soup is my absolute favourite, has been since I was little! I would love an amazing blender like this to easily make awesome soups for my boys now 🙂 thank you so much for the chance!

  20. So hard to choose, I would love to try an asparagus soup. The broccoli soup would also be delicious along with any kind of smoothie.

  21. I would love to try this recipe out! I would also make smoothies on a regular basis. Thanks!

  22. I’ve never had roasted asparagus soup and you make it look so good, so I’d definitely like to try making it

  23. Since I have endless amounts of zuchini and kale in my garden, I would make a zuchini, kale and carrot soup.

  24. I would make my apple/butternut squash soup first if I were to win this! I miss making it as I don’t have a blender at the moment.

  25. The first thing I would make is a sauce to go with paprika chicken and rice. Yum … I can taste it now … !

  26. I would make a Roasted Red Pepper soup first. I order it whenever I see it on a Restaurant menu.

  27. I’d make leek and potato soup, a wonderful tasty soup served with thick slices of fresh home-baked bread.

  28. My son has food issues so I hide a lot of veggies in his meals. I would first make black bean cocoa cupcakes in this blender because they’re his favorite but packed full of nutrients. The Breville Super Q would make the batter so smooth!

  29. Would love to make a delicious smoothie for my toddler and me! 🙂 Spinach, berries, bananas, yogurt, honey, cinnamon, and almond milk is my fave 🙂 This blender sounds AMAZING – thanks for the chance to win!

  30. Coconut Curried Cauliflower. YUMM so nice in any weather. We love soup at our house!

  31. Milkshakes and smoothies ! My faves ! Id love making some soups as well , with the cold weather right around the corner its that time of year !

  32. I would love to try a creamy vegetable soup first, using the veggies from our garden.

  33. I would make spiced cream of pumpkin soup which I have tried for the first time recently and loved it.

  34. I’d make a roasted red pepper & tomato soup. This blender is so beautiful. Thanks for your post on it!

  35. We would make smoothies of course as they are a staple here but I would also like to try making some of my favourite soup – cream of mushroom!

  36. The Thai Pumpkin and Coconut Soup sounds so delicious! I have butternut squash growing in my garden and can’t wait to make this!

  37. I love soup too, so i think a butternut squash would be perfect for this and the cooler temps coming up.

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