Copy-Cat Paradise Bakery Fire Roasted Tomato Soup
Paradise Bakery is one of my favorite places to eat for two reasons:
1. Their chocolate chip cookies…. Hands down the best!
and 2. The Fire Roasted Tomato Soup.
I usually get one or the other, usually both, whenever I go.
The last time I went to Paradise Bakery, I told myself it was about time I found a Copy-Cat recipe for this delicious soup. I knew it must be pretty simple to make and didn’t want to physically go get it whenever the craving for some came. Because, really, I crave this soup frequently. I came home from my latest visit to Paradise Bakery and searched for similar recipes on the internet, when I came across this recipe from The Changing Table. This is pretty darn close to the real deal and is perfect for this time of year. It is bound to be a favorite in your home too, just as it is in mine.
- ½ large onion, finely diced
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1-2 Tbsp. olive oil
- 1 (28 oz.) can diced tomatoes
- 2 (14.5 oz.) cans fire roasted tomatoes
- 1 (8 oz.) can tomato sauce
- 1 (6 oz.) can tomato paste
- 2 cups water
- 2 cups chicken broth
- 1 tsp. salt
- ¼ tsp. pepper
- 1 cup heavy cream, milk will work too
- In a large pot, saute onion in olive oil until almost translucent. Add garlic and sauté a couple minutes longer.
- Add tomatoes, tomato sauce, tomato paste, water and chicken broth to pot. Stir to combine and until it reaches a boil. Reduce heat, cover, and let simmer for 30 minutes.
- After it has boiled for 30 minutes, puree soup as necessary to reach desired constancy. I like mine with chunks of tomatoes.
- Add salt, pepper and cream to pot with tomato soup and simmer for 10 additional minutes.
- To serve, drizzle with sour cream and top with tortilla chip strips.
(recipe slightly adapted from: The Changing Table)
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Oh my goodness, this soup looks heavenly. The colours are gorgeous :) Paradise Bakery is simply the best! Can I please be you?! haha I'm definitely making this soon.
Averie @ Averie Cooks
You look like you nailed it! In December I posted a copycat version of Panera Bread's Creamy Tomato Soup...I love the salsa chips you garnished yours with. So pretty! :)
Suzan @ The Lazy Suzan
Yum, looks super creamy.
dixya @ food, pleasure, and health
this soup looks sooo good. I have not been to Paradise bakery but this soup is def. up my alley :)
This sounds delicious and I can't wait to try it! If you're looking around for something new to try and copycat, may I suggest Kneaders' Asiago Bisque? I absolutely love that stuff, and I am going to miss it when I move back to Washington in a few months....
Meghan @ The Tasty Fork
It's soup kind of weather! I could totally eat this with an extra cheesy grilled cheese!
Yes!!! Finally a recipe to recreate the deliciousness!
I have been looking for this recipe! I can't wait to try it Your website looks beautiful Nikki. Hope you guys are doing well!
This looks incredible!!
This soup looks so darn good! I love tomato soups and the fire roasted sounds even better.
Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust
Totally amazing Nikki! I love their soups!
I've never been to paradise bakery but I'm obviously missing out -- this soup looks fab!!
i love tomato soup and have never had this kind. Didn't know you could buy fire roasted tomatoes! Will look for those next time I go grocery shopping and try this delicious soup! Love your recipes, thank you for sharing!!
I love ANY type of tomato soup. Will have to add this to my list of to-trys.
Just made this for lunch with a grilled cheese and it's delish. This is saying something because I'm usually not a tomato soup fan.
I just made this! It taste okay but not a copy of the paradise soup!
I made this for my in-laws and it was a hit! I served it with a nice French bread then served the leftovers with grilled cheese! Next time I will have to double it because they wanted to take some home.
This is great soup. Only thing I would add is some sweet Basil or parsley.
How many does this serve?
This soup is okay, but not like paradise. I added a mix of mozerella and cheddar cheese to it with milk and it gave it that creamy taste like paradise. I also added mushrooms. After these alterations it came out almost exactly like paradise's tomatoe soup. Yummm!
I tried the copycat patadise bakery tomato soup and I'm SO disappointed as it tastes nothing like the restaurants. This was definitely thinner, perhaps too much broth/water, and it has a very pungent tomatoey taste, which is what I don't like about most tomato soups. Paradise is the first and only time I've liked tomato soup. I used organic everything, too, so I'm bummed I spent the money.
Is it spicy? I love tomato soup and this one looks delicious. Thanks.
I've never had Paradise Bakery tomato soup, but this recipe is the best tomato soup ever! Perfect ratios of ingredients and the sour cream and tortilla strips are a must!
I don't see the recipe anymore. It looks like it got deleted. Can you please post it again? It's my favorite tomato soup recipe.
Chef in Training
so sorry about that! It should be there now. Please let me know if it isn't for any reason.
This is probably my favorite soup recipe ever!! The 28oz can of fixed tomatoes I replace with a 28oz can of peeled whole tomatoes then use an immursion blender at the end and it really thickened it up and is very similar to paradise bakery’s! Thanks for the great recipe! We use it often!
I added brown sugar and a bit of crushed red pepper flakes & it’s right on ringer for paradises roasted tomato soup.
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