As it gets nippier outside, many of us are craving hearty bowls of comfort food that are filling, nutritious, and yummy. Just in time for fall and the transition into winter are these soup recipes to keep you warm.
What makes these unique is that they are all free of dairy and meat, giving your digestive system a reset while still filling your belly. For some of you, these will hit the spot for your meatless Mondays. For others, these soups and stews are an easy introduction into the vegan world.
If you’re vegan or curious about becoming one, you won’t be disappointed with these delicious meals that can be made as-is or adapted to your palate. There are recipes here with flavors from around the globe that don’t require expensive ingredients and can be made in one pot. Bookmark this one!
This take on a classic Chinese dish will have you whipping up dumplings in no time! Get the steps with Cilantro and Citronella.
Stroganoff and soup together? Mushrooms are packed with nutrients and make a wonderful substitute for meat. They’re earthy, thick, and juicy, and you can use whatever variety you wish. Cook it up with Rabbit and Wolves here.
Created by beloved vegan blogger and cookbook author Vegan Richa, this smoky cauliflower soup cooks up nicely in your Instant Pot.
Well, it ain’t fall without pumpkin, and you’ll like this creamy pumpkin soup with a spicy kick courtesy of Jessica in the Kitchen.
Potato lovers will dive right into this creamy bowl of goodness with bits of broccoli mixed in. Get the recipe from Vegan Dad.
Orzo is a crowd-pleaser when it comes to soups and stews, and you won’t have any problems getting your kids to gobble this soup up for dinner! Make it with Healing Tomato.
Get fancy with this meatless bourguignon recipe that uses mushrooms instead of beef. With the red wine in it, it’s a lovely grownup dish. Simple Veganista will show you how it’s done!
From the same blogger as above, this white bean and kale soup gets thick with the addition of quinoa. Packed with protein and nutrients, it tastes good two days in a row.
You can’t have a soup lineup without including minestrone. Get it right with this scrumptious recipe from Minimalist Baker.
The great thing about lentil soup is that you can doctor it up as you please. But you will be pleased with this spinach-lentil combo from Kitchen Treaty.
Imagine how your kitchen will smell with a pot of this Malaysian soup cooking. It has red chilis, ginger, coconut milk, garlic, and more in it. Spice it up with Chef de Home’s recipe.
If you have yet to try jackfruit, the texture is similar to shredded chicken. You can buy it canned, fresh, or in a pouch, but Healthier Steps made it with a canned version. Check out this hearty stew recipe by clicking here.
There’s no need to miss out on your meaty favorites like gumbo when you can have a veg version. Eat well by following the recipe from Spicy Southern Kitchen.
We love a good goulash in our house, and you too will appreciate this chunky eggplant goulash from Connoisseurus Veg. Mmm!
Are you looking for something similar to a clam chowder with a white base? Check out the awesome Holy Cow Vegan blog for this recipe that uses cashews for the creamy base, and kombu and Old Bay for a seafood-ish taste.
Chickpeas are another legume rich in protein and flavor. Whip up a bowl of this hot soup full of them and mushrooms with Vegan Runner Eats.
Step up your butternut squash game with this savory soup made with miso, cauliflower, and topped with almond cream. Monkey and Me Kitchen Adventures has it all right here.
Having eaten a few different versions of this stew, I can assure you that it will fill you up. If you like peanut butter, spices, and greens, you’ll want to dig into this one-pot wonder from Making Thyme for Health.
We promise bland and boring is nowhere to be found in this potato-rich soup. Get in the know by clicking here for Vegan Huggs’ ridiculously good recipe.
Are you trying to go dairy-free or meat free? Which of these recipes do you plan on trying soon?