Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

This is an easy delicious soup. Wonderful served as a start for a dinner party or great for a quick lunch. Enjoy with some crusty rolls any time of the year..

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Put carrots and potatoes in saucepan and just cover with water (no Salt)Boil Potatoes and carrots until tender. Do not drain.
  2. Mash using hand blender,or kitchen blender.
  3. Add Cheez Whiz according to taste.
  4. Add half and half to taste.
  5. add fresh dill to taste.
Most Helpful

GREAT SOUP! One of the easiest soups ever. Not only easy but absolutely delicious. Creamy and rich with a wonderfully appealing color. I too didn't have the Cheese Wizz but had an extra container of Philadelphia chive and onion spreadable on hand which worked really well. Used a generous cup of half and half. Did have fresh dill on hand which I snipped in - can't wait to make this with dill fresh from the garden. Made for the AUZ/NZ Swap. Another of your recipes that is going into my Favorites Collection! Thank you Dot!

Gerry March 28, 2009

I do not know what Cheese Whizz is, I assume it is a cheese spread, so taking a leaf out of Karen Elizabeth's book I used cheese spread in my soup! Delicious - creamy and easy to make. No fresh dill at present, so I used fresh chervil which has an aniseed flavour. I also topped my soup with a grated carrot garnish for good measure. I ate this with a round of sandwiches for a very satisfying meal. Made for the Aussie/NZ recipe swap #26 - enjoyed for lunch today! Merci! FT:-)

French Tart March 05, 2009

It certainly is an easy and delicious soup! Made last night, it made a generous amount, in fact I added some water as I went so that it wouldn't be too thick. I did add a vegetable stock cube, we are not into excess seasoning but I did feel it needed just a little something! I used cheese spread to stir in, which was fine, and added a swirl of light cream to each bowl.. You don't state how much half and half, so I just went with my swirls! :) I left it to cook while I got on with the ironing, I had prepared a french loaf with some parmesan and garlic butter, wrapped it in foil and popped it in the oven for twenty minutes, so supper looked after itself whilst I got on with other things! Thanks, Dotty! Made for Aussie/NZ swap#25, February 09

Karen Elizabeth February 10, 2009