The weather is starting to cool off. Here in Southern California, our Septembers and Octobers are warm. But we know that a lot of the country has transitioned to sweaters. Whether you’re into your fall clothes or looking forward to cooler nights, we want to arm you with delicious veggie soups to warm you up!
Most of these soups have chicken broth in them. To make them vegan, all of them can use vegetable broth instead. There is one thing to note. The nutritional information we have is always a rough estimate. It will vary based on what brands of ingredients you use. Once you start swapping ingredients out, it can change significantly. So, while we are including it, as always, do your own math to ensure you know what you’re eating.
Cooking with what is in season is good for the planet and your diet. When you eat seasonally, you change how you eat throughout the year! This stew is made with delicious mushrooms, onions, roasted tomatoes and celery for a hearty soup that will fill you up on a cold night. A serving has 74.6 calories, 8.9 grams of carbs, two grams of fiber and 3.8 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
We love this soup because it tastes like classic vegetable soup, but it’s fast. You’ll have it in a bowl in 30 minutes! You still sauté the aromatics to get the most flavor out of them, but then you just dump everything else in. It couldn’t be easier. And any leftovers freeze nicely, so you have another great meal waiting for you! A serving has 74 calories, 10.6 grams of carbs, 3.2 grams of fiber and three grams of fat. Get the recipe.
We’re getting into cold and flu season. You want to help your body as much as you can. This soup is a great source of vitamins A, C and E, antioxidants, ginger and garlic. It can give you a boost while also tasting delicious. Its low-carb veggie mix means you won’t upset your blood sugar while boosting your immune system. If you are making it vegan, use coconut yogurt for creaminess. A serving has 312 calories, 14.4 grams of carbs, 6.2 grams of fiber and 24.7 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
We’re huge fans of cauliflower soup. The problem is it can be very high in calories and fat. This one doesn’t use heavy cream, so it’s lower in calories and fat than most versions while still being delicious. The addition of cashews and red pepper flakes makes it stand out from other cauliflower soups. This is perfect for warming you up from the inside as nights get cold. A serving has 235 calories, 15 grams of carbs, two grams of fiber and 18 grams of fat. Get the recipe.
With these four recipes, you’re ready for fall and winter nights. You’ll stay warm and satisfied with delicious soups throughout the cold weather!