Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 30 mins

Once you get the hang of chopping up a pumpkin (or the skill of using the can opener) this recipe is just super easy. The prep time is mostly just chopping the silly thing up, so don't let the time scare you. You literally just chop, boil, stir in. Came up with this on a cold, English night when I just wanted come creamy comfort food. Good luck, and let me know what you think.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Set broth boiling, chop skinned pumpkin into pieces, toss into broth.
  2. Skin carrots, chop, toss inches.
  3. Follow with red pepper, onion, and chili.
  4. Boil until very soft (usually about half an hour).
  5. If veg is still floating, drain off some broth (you can't drain too much as you can always add back, but can't take more out if it's not thick enough :).
  6. Either use hand blender or upright, blend til smooth.
  7. Add cream, butter, coconut, and garlic.
  8. Salt and pepper to taste.
  9. Eat then, simmer for a while, or freeze. It all works with this one.
Most Helpful

Fantastic and easy to make , we sometimes make a double batch and freeze half.Only thing we changed was to leave out the garlic and to add a shallot when the onion goes in. Great recipe!

Gordon Ramsey fan July 27, 2008

We made this last year but I guess I forgot to rate it. This is the best pumpkin soup we have ever had! It's so rich and creamy. We actually replaced the heavy cream with soy milk and it still came out perfect. Wonderful recipe!

Dominick & Amanda October 31, 2007

Delicious! Very rich, indeed. I used canned pumpkin since I can't get it in the grocery store here. If you like pumpkin soup, this will not disappoint you! Freezes and reheats nicely. Thanks!!

knitterstitcher August 03, 2007