Thermomix Chicken Soup

Nothing beats this Thermomix Chicken Soup – it’s hearty, creamy and packed full of vegetables. It really is the perfect winter warmer!

Thermomix Chicken Soup

Our Thermomix Chicken Soup is made with leeks, potatoes, carrot… and of course, chicken! It’s smooth and creamy and oh-so-delicious. If you’re after a yummy winter dinner – this is the soup for you!

Thermomix Chicken Soup

With just 5 minutes prep time, you’ll be sitting down to a big bowl of soup in no time (with a crusty bread roll on the side, of course!).

Thermomix Chicken Soup

And speaking of soups… if you haven’t tried our most popular Chicken & Corn Soup – that’s a must too! Bring on the wintery-soupy-deliciousness.

Thermomix Chicken Soup

Thermomix Chicken Soup

Thermomix Chicken Soup

Nothing beats this Thermomix Chicken Soup - it's hearty, creamy and packed full of vegetables. 

Course Dinners
Cuisine soup
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Servings 4 people


  • 2 leeks, white part only roughly chopped
  • 2 potatoes, peeled roughly chopped
  • 1 medium carrot roughly chopped
  • 1 tsp minced garlic
  • 15 g butter
  • 15 g olive oil
  • 300 g chicken breast fillet or chicken thighs cut into cubes
  • 700 g water (or to just below the max line)
  • 2 tsp chicken stock powder
  • 200 g cooking cream


  1. Place the leeks, potatoes and carrot into the Thermomix bowl. Grate on Speed 7, 5 seconds. 

  2. Add the minced garlic, butter and oil and saute for 4 minutes, 100 degrees, Speed 1. 

  3. Add the cubed chicken and cook for 3 minutes, 100 degrees, Speed 1. 

  4. Add the water and chicken stock powder and cook for 30 minutes, Speed 1, 100 degrees. 

  5. Add the cream and cook for a further 5 minutes, 100 degrees, Speed 1. 

  6. Place the rice basket over the top of the Thermomix lid (without the MC) to stop any splatters. Very slowly increase from Speed 1 to Speed 9 for 2 minutes or until completely blended together. If the Thermomix starts to splatter or shake, turn the speed down and increase even more slowly. 

Recipe Notes

When blending your soup it is important to ensure that you increase the speed very slowly. If you notice the soup splattering out or the Thermomix beginning to shake, decrease the speed and then increase even more slowly. 

Comments 6

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  1. I’ve made this a few times and love it! Today I added a little but of pumpkin (as I only had half a carrot) and used 120g light cooking cream. I used 500ml of carton chicken stock and topped up with 200g extra water. I am mainly writing this comment to remind myself when I come back and cook it next time 🙂

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  2. I cooked this when I’d had the flu – craving a healing chicken soup and it was pretty bland with a not great texture. My 4yo loved it though – it’s a bit like baby food

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