Sweet corn is a mildly sweet and crunchy vegetable. This restaurant-style sweet corn vegetable soup is mildly spicy, colorful, and tasty. Do make this delightful starter on weekends and enjoy it with your family!
This inexpensive ($1.05 per serving) soup is exceptionally easy to make. It uses frozen vegetables and V-8 Juice. Mix them up and viola, vegetable soup.
Briam (otherwise known as Greek ratatouille) is a tasty dish of roasted vegetables and wine. This version is made from ingredients in your pantry.
Clear soups are yummy because of their wonderful flavors and crunchy vegetables. Cauliflower, spinach, and green pea soup is no exception. This soup is nutrient-dense, palatable, and soothing.
A fun, experimental, multi-layered Thai soup that has all the complex flavors that you'd find at your local Thai restaurant. The recipe is vegetarian and vegan, too!
Want more veggies, but fewer salads? Try this no-cream, cream of mushroom soup! It's 100% plant-based, delicious, satisfying, and filling. There is NO oil, NO other added fats, and NO thickening agents like flour or corn starch used in this recipe. This soup is also gluten free!
This thick, pureed spinach-carrot soup is a soothing and delightful appetizer. Making it is quick and easy; the recipe requires only a few simple ingredients.
Learn how to make beetroot soup with either an Instant Pot or on the stovetop. This soup is made with fresh apples and carrots and is topped with a delectable (yet easy) hemp seed cream.
Nothing says winter more than cozying up with a bowl of hot soup. The wintertime chill often leaves us susceptible to illness. Fortunately, this plant-based soup is loaded with Vitamins A and C, filled with protein, and of course it is simply delectable.
This heartwarmingly tasty yet simple stew is quick to prepare. It's perfect when served with pancakes, dumplings or beetroot. First, I'll go into a bit of history about my stew; then, we'll proceed to the step-by-step instructions.
Sweet and savory, this simple corn and chicken soup is perfect for a chilly day.
As I was cooking this soup, my kids came over with their kids. The first words out of their mouths were, "Are you making pickles?" No. It's my sauerkraut soup.
The costs are cheap but the flavors are fancy.
This easy clean eating cream of mushroom soup is sure to make all of your recipes that much healthier, cheaper, and more delicious. Not only is it super simple and quick to make, but it's filled with wholesome ingredients that your family is sure to enjoy!
My homemade cream of chicken soup from scratch is not only simple and fast, but it's also healthy and delicious. It's an excellent alternative to the store-bought processed version, and it's just as cheap, if not cheaper, to make it yourself. Once you make it the first time, you'll never go back.
A delicious combination of various vegetables with lardons produce a hearty and appetizing thick vegetable stew. This recipe is both simple to follow and splendid in its results.
This "clean-eating" spicy carrot and ginger soup is really going to surprise you with how easy it is to pull together and how much your family is going to enjoy it! What more can you ask for? Here's a gourmet dish, full of yummy vegetables that you can pull together quickly at home.
A nice hot soup is just the perfect meal for these cold winter days to warm you up from your head all the way to your toes. And this creamy, clean-eating chicken and wild rice soup is going to surprise you with how delicious it is! We've already made it a handful of times this season.
Not only is this Crock-Pot chicken pot pie soup easy to make, it's delicious, as well! It's a whole lot easier than taking the time to make a pie crust, and it's a whole lot healthier, too, as this recipe is clean-eating, full of wholesome ingredients, and sure to be a favorite in your household.
Are you a soup lover, especially during cold weather? This recipe is perfect for you! Enjoy our chicken and creamed corn broken pasta soup for a flavor that has its roots in both Italian and Native American cuisines.
This recipe is as delicious as a ramen noodle bowl—but kid-friendly enough to make on a school night and have no complaints from the peanut gallery! You can make this ahead, assemble, and reheat... or enjoy it freshly made. Either way, it's a flavorful soup that's perfect for cooler weather!