Winter isn’t over yet, but that’s okay because these 10 Vegan Soup Recipes to Get You Through the Rest of Winter will help keep you warm and cozy. Dig in! And make sure you scroll to the bottom to get one of three WEEKLY MEAL PLANS WITH A SHOPPING LIST.
Soup is an all weather, all season kind of food. If it’s cold and snowy, a hearty bowl of potato soup will warm your soul. If it’s sunny and mild, tortilla soup is always welcome at the table. This collection of vegan soup recipes should get you through the rest of the winter, help you transition into spring (as if you needed any help with that), and if you love soup as much as I do, you’ll enjoy it throughout the summer.
Let’s start with one of my favorites, Smoky Corn and Potato Chowder. It’s so hearty and full of flavor, with chunks of potato and corn and a subtle smoky flavor, it will become one of your favorites too.
Next up is my Curried Pumpkin Butternut Squash Stew. Curry is my jam, I could eat it everyday for every meal. Not only is the savory flavor of curry delicious, it’s good for you. This is a quick and easy and filled with healthy pumpkin and squash.
In case you didn’t know it, I really like squash. Add a good grain, like barley, and some kale, and you’ll have one nutritious and delicious powerhouse pot of gold.
Potato soup is probably one of the easiest to make. If you can peel potatoes and boil them, you can make this recipe. I added carrots to the ingredients to boost the vitamin and antioxidant ratio. And, because they look so pretty.
7 ingredients and 30 minutes is all you’ll need to make this colorful and yummy soup. It’s perfect for a busy weeknight or a quick afternoon lunch.
Velvety, smooth, and full of flavor, this Roasted Carrot, Garlic, and Rosemary Soup is a readers favorite. The carrots are roasted until they’re caramelized, rich, and wonderful. They pair perfectly with the garlic and rosemary. It’s also so easy to make. Try it, I guarantee you’ll love it.
My homemade ramen is nothing like the kind that comes in those cellophane packages. Mine is made with vegetable broth, healthy vegetables, and gluten-free and vegan noodles. It’s a healthy ramen soup that adults and kids will devour.
Minestrone is one of my favorites. It’s perfect in the winter with a hot loaf of crusty bread, or in the summer with a light salad. I’ve been known to eat this soup straight out of the refrigerator, no heating needed. My vegan Minestrone Soup recipe has a refreshing and surprising twist, arugula! Trust me when I tell you, it adds a wonderful bitter flavor that you’re going to love.
If you love Mexican food as much as I do, my Vegan Tortilla Soup is going to be the one you wake up craving in the middle of the night. All other soups will slide to the wayside once you taste this bright and vibrant recipe. Top it with cool avocado slices and a sprig of fresh cilantro. This is another one of those soups that you’ll want in the summer and the winter.
Last but not least, we’re back to another curry. Like I said before, I could eat curry everyday. This Homemade Yellow Curry Potato Soup highlights my favorite starchy vegetable, the potato. It’s actually a healthy vegetable if you don’t muck it up by frying it or putting all kinds of fatty good on top of it. The potatoes soak up the curry broth and melt in your mouth, the flavors are savory and earthy, and oh so delicious. Best of all, it’s super easy to make.
Next Friday I’ll have another Weekly Meal Plan with a Shopping List for you. Until then, take your pick of any of the following vegan meal plans and add one or two of these healthy vegan soup recipes to the list.
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