While hot soup may not be your first choice when the weather starts to warm up, these recipes will convince you. soup can be enjoyed all year round. These incredible spring soups are completely vegan, healthy and packed with fresh vegetables. From citrus and dairy-free cream of potato to miso and Turkish tomato, there is something everyone will love. These 15 Spring Soup Recipes are light, refreshing, and delicious all year round!
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1. Spring cabbage and dill soup with rice
Source: Spring Kale and Dill Soup with Rice
Dill has a wonderfully fresh and citrusy taste that comes in this very quick and easy Spring kale and dill soup with rice, it’s accented with a squeeze of lemon juice at the end. The beans bring a layer of creaminess and a boost of protein. The rice thickens the soup and gives it more texture. Kale is always a welcome addition, not only because it boosts nutrition, but also because the hint of its bitterness complements the dill. There is a full circle of flavors in this recipe from Zsu Dever.
2. Spring Detox Soup
Source: Spring Detox Soup
This one Spring Detox Soup from Planted and Picked is filled with the taste of spring. It is rich in spring vegetables, including asparagus, leeks and peas. It also contains lemon and herbs for a detoxifying boost.
3. Cream of Potato and Lentil Spring Soup
Source: Cream of Potato and Lentil Spring Soup
This one Cream of Potato and Lentil Spring Soup by Magdalena Pienkos is rich, hearty and very easy to make. The creamed potatoes and lentils give the soup a nice weight and texture, and the hint of garlic accentuates it with just the right amount of flavor.
4. Immunity Boosting Miso Soup
Source: Immunity Boosting Miso Soup
serve this Immunity Boosting Miso Soup by Crissy Cavanaugh with steamed short grain brown rice cooked with a little coconut oil for extra immune system support. Sprinkle with gomasio and pink sea salt for extra goodness! This soup can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner and is kid friendly!
5. Shiitake, Tofu and Mustard Vegetable Soup
Source: Shiitake, Tofu and Mustard Greens Soup
This is a clean-tasting yet very satisfying soup full of umami, but without skyrocketing sodium levels. Chopped shiitake mushroom caps were added, which boosted the mushroom stock, and a generous amount of mustard greens, which gave a delicious wasabi-like note that brightened up our soup. Instead of noodles there are tofu cubes to guarantee this Shiitake, Tofu, and Mustard Green Soup by Nutritious Delicious: Boost your favorite recipes with 50 everyday superfoods is satiating. A pinch of sliced spring onions provided a fresh, clean bite. Some tasters have enjoyed a drizzle of chili oil to ramp up the spicy flavor, but it’s completely optional.
6. Hearty 15 Bean & Vegetable Soup
Source: Hearty 15 Bean and Vegetable Soup
Bean soup mixes can disappoint because different beans cook at different speeds, causing some to puff out and break down while others remain hard. To avoid blowouts, the beans are brined to soften their husks. To build up taste, this Hearty 15-bean and vegetable soup by Nutritious Delicious: Turbocharge your favorite recipes with 50 everyday superfoods has many flavors, as well as thyme, bay leaves and savory dried porcini. Swiss chard, white mushrooms and fresh tomato balanced the beans with a hearty vegetable flavor. The different types of beans cook at different speeds, so be sure to taste different beans to make sure they’re all tender before serving.
7. Turkish Tomato, Bulgur, and Red Pepper Soup
Source: Turkish tomato, bulgur and red pepper soup
Who doesn’t love a cozy bowl of tomato soup? Nutritiously Delicious: Give your favorite recipes a boost with 50 Everyday Superfoods created a simple tomato and red pepper soup inspired by Turkish cuisine, which is not enriched with dairy products but with herbs, spices and grains to give an irresistible taste. A pinch of fresh mint gave the soup a final touch of flavor. When shopping, do not confuse bulgur with cracked wheat, which has a much longer cooking time and will not work in this Turkish Tomato, Bulgur and Red Pepper Soup recipe.
8. Smoky Potato Corn Chowder
Source: Smoky Potato Corn Chowder
Escape the cold of winter with this delicious and comforting Smoky Potato Corn Chowder by Molly Patrick. Simple and easy to whip up on any weeknight! Corn, potatoes and delicious spices are all perfectly blended to create this creamy chowder; you can’t go wrong.
9. Roasted Poblano Soup
Source: Roasted Poblano Soup
A touch of acidity is all you need to make the poblanos thrive in this soup, so don’t worry about cluttering it with tons of other ingredients! Vegan crema is swirled on top to make the soup more delicious, while the coriander stems add plenty of spicy flavor along with a bit of crunchy texture. This one Roasted Poblano Soup Patrick Calhoun’s is one of those dishes that proves that simplicity and minimal ingredients are great.
10. Beet Gazpacho
Source: Beet Gazpacho
this earthly Beetroot Gazpacho by Molly Patrick is the perfect way to transition from summer to fall. It starts with a base of tomato, cucumber and fresh beets then adds red cabbage, bell peppers and onions with jalapeño for heat. Whip up a batch and get ready to say goodbye to summer safely!
11. Golden Fennel Soba Noodle Soup
Source: Golden Fennel Soba Noodle Soup
We’re sure you’ve seen golden smoothies, balls and bowls popping up all over the internet and this Golden Fennel Soba Noodle Soup falls into that popular category by incorporating a vibrant, turmeric and coconut broth as its base. However, the addition of the roasted fennel, the mashed roasted yellow pepper and the garnish of pickled vegetables make this Golden Fennel Soba Noodle Soup the gold standard for gold food. This soup from Stephanie McKinnie
is truly phenomenal.
12. Chilled Cucumber Soup
Source: Chilled Cucumber Soup
Who wants to cook on a hot summer day? Well, we have great news! You don’t have to with this light and refreshing chilled Chilled Cucumber Soup† This Lisa Lotts soup is a delicious, quick starter to any outdoor meal! With this simple combination of English cucumbers, fresh coriander, silken tofu and a little vegetable stock you have a delicious, refreshing homemade soup in minutes!
13. Asparagus Soup With Wild Garlic
Source: Asparagus Soup With Wild Garlic
This Asparagus Soup With Wild Garlic from Peffe Stahl makes a delicious soup with a light broth and an excellent taste with simple ingredients. The tender shoots of asparagus, carrot slices and potato chunks are complemented by the fresh garlic, hearty vegetable stock and a hint of nutmeg.
14. Cream of Mushroom Soup
Source: Mushroom cream soup
Completely plant-based and with minimal sodium, you wouldn’t think this Cream of Mushroom Soup from Alexandra V Jones would taste so decadent and creamy. The secret? Cannellini beans and cauliflower! This easy soup will beg even the most plant-based skeptic for seconds, and you know what? You can have seconds of this soup and not worry about your waistline.
15. Butternut Squash Bisque With Turmeric Roasted Garbanzos
Source: Butternut Squash Bisque with Turmeric Roasted Garbanzos
Creamy butternut squash bisque with turmeric roasted garbanzos and tahini is an easy and elegant dinner! This recipe from Rachel Carr is a healing mixed vegetable soup – hydrating, easy to digest and quick to make.
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