A Roasted Sweet Potato Soup with Garlic Cream Cheese


Recently in this cold, grey weather I’ve been fancying lots of hot drinks and soups and then I see this lonesome sweet potato sitting on top of its potato cousins.  It gives me an idea to roast it! (One thing my grandad loved to do!) And then I pictured a gorgeous striking orange soup.

So here we have it, my roasted sweet potato soup for one! Yes, me only! My boys had eaten so this was my perfect late lunch! With the aroma of oregano, garlic and the finishing of coriander leaves really does make this soup very special indeed. It is the roasting that secures the ultimate flavour and then the silkiness of the cream cheese to add even more depth to it!


So easy, so simple yet so delicious! Even though I say so myself! πŸ˜‰ Hope you enjoy! Have a peaceful day! Much love D x



1 large sweet potato
1 clove garlic crushed
1Β½ cups light vegetable stock
ΒΌ tsp dried oregano
1 tbsp low fat butter spread/butter
1 tsp low fat garlic & herbs cream cheese
Dried coriander leaves to garnish


β€’ Preheat the oven to 200Β°c/400Β°f, wash and prick the sweet potato. Roast on a baking dish for 30-40 minutes

β€’ Once soft and roasted, peel off the potato skin, dice into cubes

β€’ Melt the butter with the crushed garlic, add the oregano and stir


β€’ Throw in the sweet potato, coat well in the butter and cook on a low to medium heat for 5 minutes


β€’ Pour over the vegetable stock and simmer for a further 10 minutes



β€’ Use a hand blender or soup blender to whizz the sweet potato into smooth soup

β€’ Ladle into a large bowl and stir in the low fat cream cheese, garnish with the dried coriander leaves



18 thoughts on “A Roasted Sweet Potato Soup with Garlic Cream Cheese

  1. Why did I gulp down all roasted sweet potatoes with a pinch of salt n black pepper??!!! I had to make this one… πŸ˜› What a comforting bowl, Dimple πŸ™‚

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