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Hazelnut Carrot Soup

The inspiration for many of my recipes is simple. What’s in the refrigerator? It’s lunchtime, I haven’t planned and I am hungry. Not all raw food has to be planned in advance. A lot of raw food recipes can be made in minutes and provide us with a super nutritious, quick to make meal.


carrot soup



When I opened the refrigerator door, a large bag of organic carrots was staring at me. Next to the carrots were the hazelnuts. That started me thinking. Minutes later, I had a bowl of hazelnut carrot soup, seasoned beautifully with a little ginger and cinnamon. The addition of an apple plus salt and pepper to taste created a savory depth. This is a must try raw food recipe! This can be warmed in the dehydrator, or high-speed blender. If you warm it on the stove, make sure you have a thermometer….the temp rises VERY fast.


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  1. Johanne wrote on May 12, 2011

    I just made it and it’s good…I added a little onion and garlic…Perfect soup!
    Thank you……


  2. Dianabol wrote on March 5, 2011

    Ive been reading through your blog for the last half an hour and its packed with great recipes.

    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Patricia wrote on January 6, 2011

    would it ruin the nutrients if I were to freeze leftovers of this?

  4. Ela wrote on December 3, 2010

    I LOVED it! Your doing a great job, here, I love your side. Thank you!

  5. Susan wrote on November 30, 2010

    It isn’t necessary but you can. There is contradicting information about hazelnuts and enzyme inhibitors. If you are concerned about it, I would.

  6. keri b wrote on November 30, 2010

    hi susan!

    this looks amazing as usually…do you soak your hazelnuts first? thanks!

  7. Lecia wrote on November 26, 2010

    Thank you so much for inspirational ideas.
    I am a gluten suffer and have to be careful what I eat.
    Advocado Soup and Watermelon drink has been tried and tested and wins hands up.
    Will continue to follow your wonderful website.
    Stay inspired !!

  8. Kris wrote on November 25, 2010

    Super Susan!! Made the soup yesterday , even if I “made it my way”:) ( Italian ) ; carrots,pink beef-tomato,tiny bit of garlic,some spicy-sea-salt from local prodoction,hazel-nuts ( soaked ) all in the mixer with luke warm water .
    Put in warm bowl and sprinkeled with some finly chopped red-sweet-onion , pepper, and last a string of cold-pressed oliv-oil ( spicy-taste ).
    Nobody thougth to eat un-cooked soup last night!!


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