Instant Pot Vegetable Soup

This healthy, filling and hearty Instant Pot Vegetable Soup makes the best appetizer before a big meal.

It’s quick and easy to make, and it’s loaded with heart-healthy veggies.

Red soup filled with green bean, carrot and potato cubes, corn and cherry tomatoes

All the things you’ve heard about veggies and fiber are true - we need them in order to keep our body healthy and in good shape. This soup is packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals, PLUS it has an impeccable taste. It’s the best possible dish you can have throughout the day!

Why This Recipe Works

This Instant Pot Vegetable Soup recipe is perfect for the dull days when you are craving some comfort food. Although it looks like a simple soup, it’s surprisingly flavorful when cooked in the Instant Pot. It’s so hearty and healthy, and it couldn’t be easier to make!

This is a true dump-and-go one-pot meal. You add everything to the pot at once and let the Instant Pot do its magic. I think with fresh vegetables, simplicity is often the way to go. The simple preparation method lets the natural earthy, vegetal flavors shine through.

Recipe Ingredients

Tomato juice – you can use plain tomato juice, but I prefer to use tomato-vegetable juice cocktail since it’s even more flavorful and loaded with nutrients.

Chicken broth – you can substitute vegetable broth to make this a vegetarian and vegan recipe.

Celery root – if you can’t find it, the best substitute is jicama. You can also use celery which is a different flavor and texture but still works nicely in this soup.

Corn – you can use fresh or frozen corn kernels.

Potatoes – you can use any type of potato you have on hand. I recommend peeling the potatoes before dicing, especially if you are using a thick-skinned potato like russet.

Tomatoes – use fresh if they are in season or use canned diced tomatoes if they aren’t.

How To Make

First, gather the ingredients.

Combine all the ingredients in the Instant Pot.

Lock the lid into place. Select the High-pressure setting and set the timer to 8 minutes.

Once the cooking cycle is completed, perform a natural pressure release. Serve soup warm.

How to Serve

I enjoy serving this soup as a warm appetizer before dinner. It’s also great for a light main meal, especially when you are feeling a bit under the weather. It will pick you right back up!

Try serving this vegetable soup recipe with some toasted whole-grain bread for even more health benefits.

Looking for more ideas? Check out What To Serve With Vegetable Soup for 15 amazing side dishes.


What can I add on top for garnish?

If you want, you can top the soup with fresh herbs like parsley, cilantro, or basil.

For a spicy kick, I'll sometimes add a few dashes of hot sauce. Parmesan cheese also makes a tasty garnish if you’re not concerned with adding a little dairy to the soup.

Can I add noodles?

Sure! After cooking is complete, add egg noodles and saute for 4 minutes.

You can also check out this Instant Pot Vegetable Noodle Soup recipe.

Can I add beef?

If you wanna add meat, I would try the Instant Pot Vegetable Beef Soup recipe.

Instant Pot Soup Recipes

Soup is one of my favorite things to make, that's why I have a huge collection of Instant Pot soup recipes.

If you’re in the mood for soup, try out this easy and delicious Instant Pot Baked Potato Soup recipe.

You can also try the Instant Pot Cabbage Soup or the Instant Pot Split Pea Soup if you are looking for vegan options.

Instant Pot Vegetable Soup

If you are looking for something healthy, this Instant Pot vegetable soup is the recipe for you! Easy and perfect for beginners.
4.67 from 12 votes
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Course: Soup
Cuisine: international
Keyword: carrot, frozen veggies, green beans, mix vegetables
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 8 minutes
Total Time: 13 minutes
Servings: 6
Author: Corrie


  • 1 cup tomato-vegetable juice cocktail
  • 1 cup chicken broth or chicken stock
  • ½ cup chopped celery root
  • 2 carrots sliced
  • 1 cup fresh corn kernels
  • 1 large potato diced
  • 1 cup fresh green beans chopped
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup tomatoes diced
  • to taste Salt and black pepper


  • Put all the ingredients in the Instant Pot and lock the lid.
  • Cook at high pressure for 8 minutes.
  • When cooking time ends, wait for a natural pressure release.
  • season with additional salt and black pepper to taste and serve.


Calories: 104kcal Carbohydrates: 23g Protein: 4g Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 1g Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g Monounsaturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 1g Sodium: 252mg Potassium: 639mg Fiber: 4g Sugar: 6g Vitamin A: 4112IU Vitamin C: 36mg Calcium: 39mg Iron: 1mg


To mix it up every now and then, I puree the finished vegetable soup in a food processor or with a stick blender until smooth and creamy.
It’s not mandatory, but it’s a nice twist for some variety. You will get a delightful creamy texture that’s bursting with flavors that even your kids will love. And it's a great way to get a creamy soup that's dairy-free!
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19 thoughts on “Instant Pot Vegetable Soup

    1. I think it should, yes, just make sure not to fill it past the max fill line. Luckily, this recipe is very flexible. So if it's getting too full, you can use less water or less of any one of the vegetables listed, and it'll still taste great!

    1. I do not recommend it. Unfortunately, soups that contain potatoes don't freeze well-- they become a bit grainy after defrosting.

  1. I made this soup yesterday. It was good, but I am bad at measuring things. I try to add whatever I have. I added more potatoes and my husband said it's tasting mostly like potatoes. I will be careful next time. Thank you for the recipe. Would like to try more soups given by you

  2. This was so delightful and easy that I loved every bit of it. I added mixed frozen vegetables as my son doesn't like potatoes much. I used vegetable bouillon powder to make up the quantity of the soup according to my desire. This will be my favourite recipe now. Thank you!

  3. I have made this soup three times in a row now. It is a convenient soup as I throw in whatever vegetables available in my fridge and also some soaked and drained beans. I add red pepper and cayenne pepper to make it more spicy according to the demand of my family.

  4. This soup turned out brilliantly delicious. However, I was thinking if I could use Cambell’s tomato soup instead of diced tomatoes?

    1. I'd add the tomatoes (and) the can of tomato soup. I'm not sure about no herb's and spices?!? And I'd add a few red pepper flakes for a little kick. I don't like anything with chunks of potatoes, so I'd add a few extra veggies to make up for the, chopped.fresh spinach, and maybe a few frozen peas.

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