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This asparagus soup is rich, flavorful and creamy not to mention it is simple to make! The velvety texture melts in your mouth leaving you wanting more.

Soup in the springtime is hard to come by unless it is light and fresh. With fresh vegetables summertime months can still enjoy creamy soups like this easy cauliflower soup or this tomato basil soup. All fresh ingredients and perfect for the warmer seasons!

Asparagus soup garnished with asparagus tips.

Creamy Asparagus Soup

I love soup and how rich, creamy or thick and hearty they can be. With this asparagus soup you are getting a little of a sweet, savory and a thick, rich and creamy base. It can be used as an elegant side dish or appetizer or a delicious dinner meal at home. This soup is so light and tasty that your family will be asking for seconds!

This creamy asparagus soup is creamy and dreamy in every bite. I love the subtle hint of asparagus while blended together with…

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