The bright green of this creamy spinach potato soup makes me very happy. I can eat a big bowl of this for dinner on its own, but you could also have it as a side dish for something else.
I love French onion soup: the earthy oniony broth, the soft soaked bread, the gooey melty cheese. This is the first time I’ve tried making it at home, and it was fantastic. We even made our own plant-based mozzarella from cashews!
When we made this potato leek soup, we nicknamed it “hug soup” because eating it feels like melting into a warm hug. The creaminess of the coconut milk marries beautifully with healing herbs and lovely leeks.
Sometimes you just want a creamy, comforting soup to soothe your spirit. This split pea potato soup hits the spot and happens to be plant-based too for extra happiness.
One of the treats I like to make is a creamy asparagus leek potato soup with sage. It’s a comforting, nourishing bowl of healing goodness.
On a brisk winter day there’s nothing like a warm bowl of creamy cauliflower leek and apple soup to comfort and nourish.
If you’re feeling a bit under the weather, or if you just want an extra healing, nourishing meal for your body and spirit, this coconut ginger dal is the soup for you.
There’s nothing like a bowl of good old-fashioned comfort food: beans, rice, veggies, and a delicious broth. Otherwise known as zuppa di fagioli. It tastes like being in an Italian grandmother’s kitchen.
The first spoonful of red lentil dal goes into our mouths and immediately all the muscles in our face and shoulders relax. There’s a dreamy “wow that’s good” look spreading around the table.
Adasi lentil soup is a comforting dish that mixes in some potato, onion, and sage for a lovely fall or winter dinner. I like to have it with some stir-fried greens on the side.