I can’t get enough soup this time of the year. It’s the perfect way to use up some leftover veggies, the last winter squash on the counter, or put to use some of the ingredients you have in your pantry.
You’ve got your choice of soups: brothy, full of noodles, beans, vegetables, or a delicate puree. Tell me about some of your favorite soups in the comments, I’d love to get even more ideas!
This Vegan Mushroom Ramen Soup is not like a typical packaged ramen! Warming, comforting and filled with healthy veggies, it’s a great dinner choice for you or your family when it is chilly outside.
Smoky Vegan Split Pea Soup with Sweet Potatoes and Navy Beans will get you compliments at your dinner table. No one will guess how easy it is to make in your Instant Pot or Slow Cooker.
Winter Bisque with Crispy Sage & Shallots is a perfect soup for winter weather with its luscious and creamy blend of winter veggies with some crispness from the sage and shallots.
Vegan Butternut Squash Okra Gumbo with Brown Rice is a non-traditional version of a New Orleans classic. It’s thick and delicious and goes perfectly with vegan French bread.
It’s not easy to find a vegan version at a Chinese takeout, so make this Slow Cooker Vegan Hot & Sour Soup instead.
This Turkish Red Lentil Soup is a great option when you have red lentils in your pantry and want a spicy, warming soup. Serve with a squeeze of lemon and drizzle of paprika-infused oil.
Slow Cooker Yellow-Eyed Bean Soup For 2 with Veggie Variations is perfect for a wintery day. It cooks in a little 1 1/2 to 2 quart slow cooker, but you can double or triple it and use a larger slow cooker.
Vegan Butternut Squash Soup is perfect on its own as a light lunch or as a bigger meal served along salad or your favorite vegan sandwich.