We don’t know about you, but it’s always soup season around here. There’s nothing better than a warm, comforting bowl of soup. And guess what? We have a bunch of amazing recipes to share with you today!
The recipes in this roundup are filled with good-for-you ingredients, and you can always use substitutions when needed (like non-dairy milk instead of whole milk, nutritional yeast in place of cheese, and bone broth instead of vegetable stock) for added protein.
Ready to see our most popular soup recipes?
First on our list is roasted red pepper tomato soup. An upgrade from classic tomato soup, if you will. A side of toasted bread or a grilled cheese would make this soup even better.
If you love red peppers, red pepper tomato meatball soup too.
Gnocchi vegetable soup is the perfect mix of veggies and carbs. And if you can’t pronounce gnocchi, don’t worry—you can still enjoy this delicious soup.
One of our favorite soups of all time is creamy cauliflower and leek soup. Cauliflower is high in protein, and the potatoes make this soup extra creamy—especially if you use red potatoes.
You were probably wondering if a spicy soup would be on our list. This carrot soup is made with chipotle peppers (and it’s dairy-free) but you would never know because it still manages to be creamy.
The easiest black bean soup that you’ll want to eat for lunch and dinner.
Is curry considered a soup? This 20-minute vegetable green curry is one of our most popular recipes on the blog, so it’s definitely part of the list!
This potato and cream cheese soup is the ultimate potato soup experience with all the toppings. Mmmm.
Another soup that can be made in a flash is our tomato tortellini soup. We used cheese tortellini in this recipe and have zero regrets!
Miso soup isn’t necessarily filling enough to eat as a meal, but this miso soup recipe, made with edamame and wild rice, definitely is.
Yes, we have a soup recipe on our list that isn’t vegetarian. Our creamy sausage and kale soup is the ultimate comforting, feel-good soup.
Emma wanted to make a homemade version of her favorite canned soup, and came up with best version of vegetarian split pea and potato soup.
Simple, flavorful, classic tomato soup. We call it cafe-style tomato soup. 🙂
Tortilla soup (this one is vegetarian) is always part of our soup rotation. Love the crunch of those tortilla strips on top!
Do you have some chickpeas in your pantry? They’re amazing in soup—especially our lemony chickpea soup.
Looking for a salad to serve with your soup? Try these!
- Creamy Apple and Kale Salad
- Autumn Bliss Salad with Stuffing Croutons
- Toasted Ravioli Salad
- Kale, Brussels, and Cranberry Salad
Cheers to comforting, easy recipes that make you feel good. xo, The ABM team