Roasted cauliflower soup is super creamy vegan soup made with roasted garlic and coconut cream. This makes for the most comforting weeknight dinner. Gluten Free too.
Roasted cauliflower soup – you are my new love. You already must know how deeply I love soup. I can eat it all year long – boiling hot summer days do not get rid of my soup cravings.
But I must admit it tastes a whole lot better on a cool chilly day. Something about cuddling up with a steaming hot bowl of soup just seems appropriate as soon as it’s jacket weather outside.
And I need my soup steaming hot. We’re talking boiling. None of this lukewarm business.
That will never do.
I need to see the smoke coming off of it. Nothing worse than improperly heated up soup if you asks me. Takes all the taste out of it.
This roasted cauliflower soup came to be because I was craving a creamy pureed soup and was out of zucchini (for my vegan zucchini soup), pumpkin (for my creamy vegan pumpkin soup) and red peppers for my vegan roasted red pepper soup. I did have lentils so in theory I could have made my vegan red lentil soup, or my lentil apple soup, but I wanted something creamier and veggie based.
What else could I find in the fridge that would make for a creamy soup?
Cauliflower + garlic. Initially I had been planning to use the cauliflower for my vegan cauliflower fritters, but those would just have to wait.
The cauliflower and garlic was needed elsewhere and it needed to be roasted for ultimate flavor.
If you have never roasted cauliflower or garlic before, you should start immediately just because they are both amazing on their own and can stand alone.
But when added together into a roasted cauliflower soup — well then all bets are off.
While the cauliflower and garlic are patiently roasting you can get started on the rest of the recipe – lightly sauteeing the onions, carrots and celery. Then add in the vegetable broth, the roasted cauliflower and garlic and let those cook for bit.
But wait – the roasted cauliflower soup is not done just yet!
After pureeing the soup with an immersion blender (best kitchen tool ever by the way), add in the coconut milk and nutritional yeast. And there you have it – a simple and delicious bowl of roasted cauliflower soup for your weeknight dinner. If you prefer to have the soup as a starter you could pair this with my sweet potato and chickpea salad, quinoa power bowls, sweet potato tofu burger, or avocado chickpea salad for a full meal.
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I hope you enjoyed cooking (and eating) this roasted cauliflower soup as much as I did! Get the full recipe below. And after you enjoy this for dinner feel free to treat yourself to these quick chocolate vegan coconut balls.
For other soup recipes check out:
- Vegan Asparagus Soup
- Spaghetti Squash Soup
- White Bean Kale Soup
- Vegan Broccoli Soup
- Split Pea Soup
- Tomato Chicken Soup with White Beans and Basil
- Chicken Kimchi Soup
How to make roasted cauliflower soup
- 1 head cauliflower chopped into florets
- 1 head garlic
- 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil divided
- 1 carrot peeled and diced
- 1 stalk celery diced
- 1 small yellow onion diced
- 1 teaspoon smoked paprika optional
- 1 teaspoon hot smoked paprika optional
- 4 cups vegetable broth
- 1 can coconut milk (optional, use almond flour instead if sensitive to the taste of coconut milk)
- 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
- For garnish:
- handful chopped parsley
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
Cut the top off the head of garlic, revealing a small portion of each clove. Lightly drizzle with olive oil and wrap in aluminum foil.
Toss the cauliflower florets with 2 tablespoons olive oil, salt and pepper to taste. Spread the cauliflower in a single layer on a baking sheet.
Bake the cauliflower and garlic for 30 minutes.
Heat remaining olive oil in a large pot over medium-high heat. Add onions. Cook until translucent (a few minutes).
Add carrots and celery. Cook for a few minutes. Add paprika and salt.
Add vegetable broth, and bring to a boil.
Add roasted cauliflower and garlic to the pot (squeeze the garlic paste out of the cloves)
Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 10-15 minutes.
Remove from heat and puree until smooth with an immersion blender.
(** Taste the soup and if you are happy with how creamy it is there is no need to add coconut milk.) Add coconut milk (or other nut milk) and nutritional yeast. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 2-3 minutes.
Serve topped with any leftover roasted cauliflower florets and chopped parsley.
I have received comments that the addition of coconut milk is too overpowering and takes over the flavor of the soup. Personally, I love coconut milk and it is always my milk of choice to add additional creaminess and richness to a recipe, but if you are sensitive to the taste of coconut milk please use a different nut milk or omit it entirely.
Sample the soup without the coconut milk first and if you are happy with it, there is no need to add the coconut milk (unless you love it as much as I do).
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I hope I didnget miss his somewhere, but what isn’t garnishing the soup? Extra roasted cauli and toasted chickpeas? Can’t tell What they are- thanks, look so yummy!
Yep I just garnished the some with some roasted cauliflower and toasted chickpea croutons (mostly for the picture)! The soup is delicious even without the garnish!
This looks so amazing! I must try this!
Thanks! I’m sure you’ll love it!
Kelley Pardo says
Yum! I added a squeeze of fresh lime juice because I felt it needed a little zip & it is perfect!
So glad you enjoyed this! Love the addition of lime juice!
Kelley Pardo says
I also added some roasted pepitas!;)
Christine Wise says
I made this today with some left over cauliflower rice. I didn’t roast the cauliflower and garlic but it tasted amazing.
So glad you enjoyed this! : ))
This recipe is amazing. My husband and I are trying to eat vegan and gluten free at the moment. We took one taste of the soup this morning, looked at eachother and said, “Mac and Cheese!” It makes a killer substitute for cheese sauce! We ladled it over macaroni and we are in heaven. Thank you for the delicious recipe!
So happy you enjoyed my recipe! Thanks for taking the time to comment and let me know! : )) I am definitely intrigued that you used this on pasta — what a brilliant idea!! Will have to create a new recipe post using this as a vegan cheesey pasta sauce!
This soup looks amazing! Can’t wait to try it! Thank you!! I use my blender daily.
Thanks so much! It’s one of my favorites so enjoy!
I tried the soup for dinner tonight and have to say that in my opinion the coconut milk doesn’t go with the rest of the ingredients. I tried the soup before adding the coconut milk and was happy with it. After adding the coconut milk I was considering throwing it out. We ate it anyway, but threw the leftovers out. Next time I’m gonna omit the coconut milk and add cream or milk.
Hey Jojo so sorry to hear that you didn’t enjoy the coconut milk addition. I personally love coconut milk and always add it in place of dairy because for me I never find that it has too strong of a coconutty flavor or in any way compromises a dish. If you are not on a dairy free diet you could of course use cream instead.
Omg yes. I rarely comment on blogs, but specifically came on here because I wanted to say that same thing. The soup was AMAZING….and then I added the coconut milk. :/ I had a bad feeling about it, sure the tastes wouldn’t go together. But I made a tomato-basil soup with coconut milk and that was good so I wanted to at least try it. Ugh.
I love coconut milk, but you really can’t deny that it’s one of the stronger “milks” as far as distinctive taste goes. And that distinctive taste did not go with *amazingly flavored* cauliflower and garlic, in my opinion.
I’m going to try this in the future with an almond milk and flour bechamel sauce.
Hey Nicole I’m glad you enjoyed the soup without the coconut milk. Coconut milk sure has a distinct taste which I know can be strong and overpowering to some. For myself personally I love love love coconut milk and it’s my milk of choice to make something more creamy and rich, but I can totally understand how that coconut flavor can be too strong for other. I have added a note to the recipe for others!
I have made this soup several times now and we love it. Tonight I had a little leftover soup so I cooked some penne and baked some frozen fish I topped them both with the warmed left over soup watered down with a little of the pasta cooking water. It makes a great pasta sauce I think it would be good with poached chicken on pasta too.
So happy to hear that you enjoyed my soup Mimi! And I love the idea of using it as a pasta sauce – brilliant move for leftovers! I have made a cauliflower alfredo before and I love it so imagine this leftover soup is great as a pasta sauce too!
Loved this recipe! Added extra carrotts and celery cause I kept eating the roasted cauliflower…. doubled up on the smoked paprika cause I didn’t have any of the hot stuff. Loved the addition of the coconut milk. I can sympathize with Jojo about the coconut milk though. My adult son hates coconut anything. I can get away with serving him a meal with coconut milk if it’s a curry dish. He’ll eat it but he knows it’s in there! Personal preference for sure. Thanks for a great recipe!! 🙂
Love the addition of carrots and celery and yes it can be hard to tear yourself away from the roasted cauliflower itself. And yes I guess for some people that coconut milk taste is super strong and can be easily identified! I can never tell the coconut taste though : )
This is such a delicious recipe! Thank you for sharing. I added scallions, toasted pine nuts, and lime juice as garnish (in addition to the parsley you suggested), and it was the best bowl of soup I’ve had in ages 🙂 Can’t wait to try more recipes from your blog.
Yay! So happy you enjoyed my soup recipe! Love your additions!
Really great! I did not have the paprika so I used turmeric and red curry paste and loved it. Ice cream scoops are my fave gadget, the are great for muffins, cookies, potatoes etc. I have 3 different sizes.
Yay! SO glad you enjoyed my recipe! THanks for taking the time to comment and let me know!!
What is the purpose of the yeast?
It just makes the vegan soup taste a bit more cheesey but it can be omitted.
This looks awesome! Can’t wait to try.
Can almond milk be substituted for the coconut milk?
You can use coconut milk instead but the soup will not be as creamy since coconut milk is much richer and thicker than almond milk. You could omit the milk altogether too, if you prefer.
Jeanne Morton says
Oh . . . my . . . gosh! This is one of the BEST SOUPS ON THE PLANET!!! Up until now my favorite was a butternut squash soup, made creamy by cream cheese and spicy. This soup rivals it! I am on Weight Watchers and this soup is even Weight Watchers friendly, if you use LIGHT coconut milk (or skip it). I tasted the soup after pureeing and honestly, it was delicious and creamy without the coconut milk but still added half of what the recipe suggests since I love the taste of it. I also made my own stock with Better Than Bouillon Chicken, as that’s what I had and we’re not vegetarians. But I will share this recipe with my vegetarian friends. I’m sharing this link on Facebook. Thank you for your wonderful recipe.
Thanks so much Jeanne!!! I am so HAPPY to hear that you loved this soup! It’s one of my favorites too!!
Emily Ayers says
Made this today, it was sooooooo good! I used hemp milk instead of coconut. Honestly you don’t even need it though, the consistency was great before I added it. This will be a regular staple in my diet!
So happy to hear that! I’m personally obsessed with coconut milk and add it to anything I want just a bit more creamier but, yes this soup works well even without the additional of any dairy free milk.
Sol Raye says
Please don’t put the garlic – or anything – in foil. One can roast the garlic without it. Aluminum is a proven link to metal toxicity that leads to all kinds of disease. Please trust me, I know. Any aluminum cookware should be tossed and replaced with stainless steel. Parchment paper works well in place of aluminum foil. This recipe is wonderful, though where is all of that salt coming from? I make homemade veggie broth from scraps. Maybe your high salt content is in the boxed variety? Thank you for sharing!
Thanks for sharing Sol; I have been learning more about this in recent months, and am going to limit the use of aluminum foil in my kitchen. I am not sure why the sodium content looks so high in the nutritional info – it must be some sort of error in the nutritional info app.
I absolutely love this soup and have it bookmarked for easy dinners. I’ve made it five times with slight variations every time, but always with the coconut milk which I personally love in it.
Thanks for taking the time to comment and let me know what you think of the soup! It’s one of my favorites too!
This looks great, but the calories are way off. What coconut milk did you use? A can of coconut milk has at least 600 calories. I put this recipe into My Fitness Pal, and after making sure all of the ingredients matched correctly, at 4 servings this would be 356 each serving. That’s a big difference from your calculation. Can you check your ingredients?
1 cauliflower = 210
3 tbsp olive oil = 360
1 can coconut milk = 600
all the veggies and broth are pretty low but these three ingredients alone add up to almost 300 cals each for 4 servings.
Thanks for bringing that to my attention — I use an app that calculates the nutritional info and there was some sort of bug in it, causing it to be off. It should be accurate now!
I’ve never cooked with Nutrition Yeast and am not familiar with what it adds or how it effects the recipe. I am trying eat yeast free right now. Is this soup still yummy if I omit the yeast? Is there something I can substitute for nutritional yeast?
Nutritional yeast just adds a bit more cheesiness to vegan recipes, you can absolutely omit it.
Can this soup be stored and reheated?
This is the most delicious soup ever!
Thanks so much! It’s one of my favorites!
I LOVE this soup – but just wondering if it’s freezable?
Thank you 🙂
I really didn’t like this soup sadly In theory it sounded really good, but after making it… It was very disappointing in flavor and texture…I really wanted to like it, but it just wasn’t my thing.
Sorry to hear that!
Erin K says
Fantastic! I didn’t use the coconut milk – it didn’t need it. I doubled the smoked paprika (I didn’t have the hot smoked paprika and we don’t like spicy food) and added a bit more nutritional yeast (I looooooove the flavor it imparts). Thank you!
Thanks for taking the time to comment, happy to hear you enjoyed my recipe!
I used a small head of cauliflower which weighed in at 500g. Having taken note of the comments about the coconut milk, I used a small can of
165 mls. Totally forgot to add the nutritional yeast!! Used a couple of commercial stock cubes (with 900mls water). Used only 2 tabllesoopns of oil. Result was 1½ litres of really delicious soup. Plenty for two of us for dinner this evening and enough for tomorrow’s lunch.
My calculations made my version to be 212 kcals per 350ml portion.
Would probably use more garlic next time and maybe a tad more smoked paprika.
Thanks for taking the time to comment and let me know what you thought of my recipe!