Soup season is upon us and I am READY. Whether served alone, with some crusty bread or with toppings galore, I am a soup lover to the core. I like them hearty, flavorful and, of course, plant-based, so I’ve rounded up some of my faves that fit the bill. All of these guys are tried-and-true winners, and I’m excited to get them all in one place for you. Which one looks best?
This is maybe the most popular soup on my blog. So many people have tried it and loved it, it just had to be number one on this list. If you’ve ever had a Greek Avgolemono Soup, traditionally made with chicken and eggs, this is the vegan version of that rich and comforting classic. Get the recipe here!
This soup might be my favorite of them all. It’s packed with Mexican-inspired flavors, it’s ultra creamy and it’s perfect for topping options galore – think diced avocado, cilantro-lime rice, crispy tortilla strips or shredded cheese. Get the recipe here!
Calling all St. Louis Bread Co fans! Ok, fine, Panera fans too. This was my all time favorite soup growing up but unfortunately it’s not even vegetarian (we can thank chicken stock for that). I worked really hard on this vegan version and it’s honestly too good to be true. But’s it’s true. Get the recipe here!
There’s something so warm and comforting about a coconut curry soup like this one. Creamy, complex and deep, it’s the perfect cold weather companion. I like to top this veggie-packed soup with some turmeric-roasted tofu and lime-scented rice. Get the recipe here!
Another vegan-ized Panera soup for the win. This Chickpea & Rice Soup is a go-to in my kitchen, and definitely one you should be trying out. My secret is using poultry seasoning to give it all the vibes of a creamy chicken soup but without the chicken. Get the recipe here!
We still have some summer left so there’s still time to make this summer classic – Sweet Corn Chowder. This flavorful soup couldn’t be easier with a simple seasoning blend inspired by Old Bay. Then give it clam chowder vibes by adding in chopped hearts of palm. I highly recommend fitting this in before winter, the perfect transitional soup. Get the recipe here!