Aaah soup … it’s so easy. It’s so warming. It’s truly delicious. And there are so many amazing recipes to choose from. Can’t decide? Consider one from this list of our 12 vegan soup favourites.
1. Potato, Leek and White Bean Soup. We reckon potatoes, leeks and white beans go together like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle … just SO perfectly. And with the ease of which the loved-up couple fell in love, so too this recipe is a breeze to make. Simple and delicious, as well as loaded with taste. It’s a match made in heaven. From Simple Veganista
2. Vegan Broccoli and Cheese Soup. This takes a little more preparation, because you know, homemade vegan cheese, but it’s soooo worth it! The creamy, cheesy deliciousness tastes even better when you realise that it’s actually REALLY healthy. Lazy Saturday Netflix marathons just got a million times better. From Oh She Glows
3. Instant Pot Red Beans Rice Soup. There’s a Spearhead song about red beans and rice that goes, “red beans and rice, I could eat a plate twice.” It’s particularly true of this soup, because that’s exactly what you’ll want to do – you’ll love it so much. It’s just that yummy! From Fat Free Vegan
4. Fire-Roasted Mung Bean Soup. Mung beans are a great detoxifying sprout, so they’re awesome to eat if you’re a bit burdened by late nights, too much work or a not-so-great diet. This vegan soup tastes better than it looks (we didn’t think it was possible, either!) and is a breeze to make. From the Minimalist Baker
5. Asian Spring Vegetable Soup with Tofu. It might be a Spring soup, but we love this all year round. Its a simple yet flavour filled broth that you can tweak if you want it to be a bit spicier or have more garlic. From Vegan Family Recipes
6. Creamy Mushroom Soup. Three key ingredients (sautéed super quickly) make up the base of this soup, to which you simply add broth and coconut milk. It truly couldn’t be tastier, or more perfect for a cold winter night. You’ll make it in no time, but we still suggest cooking up a big batch and freezing some for those nights when you just can’t be bothered cooking. From Jessica in the Kitchen
7. Watercress, Leek and Coconut Soup. From the High Priestess of gut health, Lee Holmes, this soup is packed with ingredients to turbo charge the anti-microbial action in the gut, as well as a generous dose of fibre. Light and ever so tasty, Lee recommends cooking it the night before you want to eat it, to allow the flavours to truly develop. From Supercharged Food
8. Chinese Hot and Sour Soup. We searched high and low for a super-simple hot and sour soup, one that’s big on taste but small on ingredients, required skill and prep and cooking time. We found it. Enjoy! From The Spruce Eats
9. Creamy Tomato Soup. Almost as easy as opening a can, but none of the associated nasties. Not only is this healthier, it tastes better, too, thanks to all the uber-fresh ingredients. From Good Girl Gone Green
10.Roasted Tomato and Red Pepper Soup. The pre-roasting process of the tomatoes and peppers takes the flavours in this soup next level, making it undoubtedly one of our all-time fave tomato soups, ever. Five bucks says it’ll be yours, too. From Deliciously Ella
11. Vegan Tortilla Soup. Serve this simple-to-make, one-pot concoction of tomato-bean-coriander-jalapeno goodness with lashings of avocado and spicy sauce. You’ll be warmed up and nourished in no time. A guaranteed winner, any night of the week. From Vegetarian Gastronomy
12. Vegan Mushroom Noodle Soup. The favours of this soup really come to life through the broth and the longer you cook it, the more flavoursome it will become. With a rich mushroom taste, this simple, delicious soup will satisfy your taste buds and fill your rumbling tummy without guilt or gluttony. From Viet Vegan
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