Other benefits of these healthy vegan soup recipes
In addition to being healthy and delicious, many of these recipes are one-pot-meals, which means clean up will be a breeze.
My favorite soup cooking pot is this stockpot from MAKER and available on Amazon. It’s the one I use for teaching PCRM Food for Life classes.
If you don’t want to be chained to the stove, most of these can be made in a crockpot. It just makes sense to let dinner cook while you work, run errands, or simply get things done around the house. Then, when you get home, the house will smell fabulous, and dinner is ready.
Slow cooker soup recipes rule!
InstantPots are great too, but sometimes you just want the meal to cook slowly over a long period of time when you’re not going to be home.
Now break out those stock pots and slow cookers, because we’ve got some amazing low-calorie soup recipes to share with you!
French onion soup is a classic and gets its flavor from deeply caramelized onions. This vegan version has every bit of the flavor, with only a fraction of the fat. Topped with sourdough bread and vegan mozzarella, I think you are going to be amazed by its incredibly warm texture and taste.
I love soup for so many reasons! Not only is it easy to make and super filling, but it reheats and freezes well too. This barley vegetable soup recipe is also super healthy and loaded with wholesome ingredients. It can be a one-pot recipe for the stovetop or even made in a slow cooker.
African Peanut Sweet Potato Stew is one of my personal favorite recipes of all time! We make it regularly. The flavors are simply amazing, like a party in your mouth. If you only try one recipe, let this be the one. I'm serious!
I love mushrooms, and shiitake happen to be my very favorite! This vegan miso soup with mushrooms offers a delicious and amazingly healthy combination of mushrooms, tofu, miso, seaweed, and vegetables.