When you think of the fall season, I’m sure one of the things that come to mind are bowls of yummy, filling soups and stews. Why not get ready with fall plant based soup recipes that can help you transition into the cooler months of the year.
I’ve compiled a list of fall plant-based soup recipes you will love this fall season. In this post, you will find easy vegan soup recipes, vegetarian soup recipes, and plant based creamy soups with simple ingredients.
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1. Spicy Sweet Potato Peanut Soup
Food Blogger: Marisa Moore
Why we chose it: This spicy soup is made up of a powerful ingredient combination you never knew you needed. The ingredients in this soup are typical of African cuisine, and why not bring a little taste of the Mother-land into your kitchen this fall?
Despite the heat of the red pepper, it’s described as “perfectly balanced and delicious,” and we believe it!
Crave-worthy ingredient: Peanut butter is hands down the star of this big bowl of comfort. It adds a creamy texture without the need for cream and a touch of plant-based protein without the meat, which keeps this soup vegan.
2. Roasted Cauliflower Soup
Food Blogger: Jessica in The Kitchen
Why we chose it: Jessica describes this soup as “hands-off” and states that the simple cooking process sets this soup recipe apart from the rest. To us, a simple recipe is always worth noting.
While making a soup that requires more than one step can be intimidating, it is impressive how this food blogger can ensure you can create so much flavor in so little time.
Crave-worthy ingredient: The roasted cauliflower is what makes this soup. When roasted, cauliflower takes on an almost nutty flavor. The fact that this cozy soup is roasted with fresh garlic is enough to try it!
Jessica gives a few yummy toppings suggestions to take the flavor profile over the edge.
3. Vegetable Minestrone Soup
Food Blogger: Jessica in The Kitchen
Why we chose it: Minestrone soup is one of the most popular vegan soup recipes out there. You can never go wrong with a hearty soup full of vegetables, pasta, kidney beans and Italian seasoning.
Jessica offers a wealth of advice to ensure you feel confident in making this easy meal the next time you whip out your Dutch oven. Leave the parmesan cheese, or opt for a plant-based alternative to keep this dish vegan.
Crave-worthy ingredient: While optional in this dish, Za’atar adds a bunch of flavor you want to take advantage of. This powerful blend of spices has an exotic flavor that comes off nutty. It has a crunch and can add personality to any of your favorite soup recipes.
4. Roasted Garlic Carrot Soup With Maple Ginger Walnuts
Food Blogger: Britney Breaks Bread
Why we chose it: This soup is full of comforting flavors that creates an impressing healthy meal. From the roasted garlic to the fresh thyme and coconut milk. This meal is seriously a winner.
You can make this hearty vegan soup with a deep pot, an immersion blend, and one hour and fifteen minutes. This one is good enough to add to a recipe card and keep for generations.
Crave-worthy ingredient: The maple ginger walnuts, of course! This syrupy, fragrant, and ridiculously delicious combination of fall flavors and warm spices is addictive.
While they are made to garnish this healthy soup, they are bold enough to hold their own. We won’t judge you if you make a little extra to snack on and enjoy.
5. Slow Cooker Kale & White Bean Stew
Food Blogger: Food Heaven
Wendy and Jess had a good idea of enhancing this kale soup with protein-rich white beans and other winter vegetables. This kale and white bean soup call for everyday ingredients that you may already have in your pantry and fridge.
Swap the parmesan cheese for a plant-based alternative to keep this flavorful soup vegan. Remember the crunchy bread on the side!
Crave-worthy ingredient: Smoked paprika gives this soup a deep flavor that you wouldn’t have otherwise. It’s one of those inexpensive ingredients worth keeping in your pantry.
6. Roasted Sweet Potato Soup
Food Blogger: A Classic Twist
Why we chose it: There’s nothing better than a creamy sweet vegetable broth, and this soup is that and more! This can quickly become a regular in your plant based diet.
It’s garnished with fresh herbs and crushed pecans to set off this flavorful broth and seal the deal.
Crave-worthy ingredient: Roasted sweet potatoes are the prominent superstar here. There’s a reason why they are called the candy of the earth. They turn this simple vegan soup into a comfortable meal you will want to make again and again.
7. Black Bean Coconut Stew
Food Blogger: Sweet Potato Soul
Why we chose it: This black bean soup can easily be made in an instant pot, and we are always here for a set-it-and-forget-it recipe.
While black beans are one of the main ingredients in this vegan vegetable soup, they work harmoniously with sweet potatoes, bold spices, and fresh cilantro to make an unforgettable delicious flavor. Squeeze a splash of lime or lemon juice and add green onions to boost your taste buds.
Crave-worthy ingredient: Cumin seeds make a bold statement in this stew. It has a beautiful way of enhancing this dish, making it smell and taste like a cultural masterpiece. It can offer a tremendous exotic taste during busy weeknights when you’re short on time.
8. Instant Pot Vegan Red Lentil Soup
Food Blogger: Healthier Steps
Why we chose it: We are used to seeing red lentils paired with curry powder, but this soup is unlike any we’ve ever seen. Unlike most soups with red lentils, this one has pasta, which screams comfy fall soup!
It can be made in an instant pot, making this soup super easy. It can be the perfect go-to recipe for weeknight dinners.
Crave-worthy ingredient: Red lentils are the nutrient-dense plant-based ingredient that makes this soup worth making. They are so beneficial that it’s almost hard to believe how delicious they can be.
9. Homemade Tomato Soup
Food Blogger: Simply LaKita
Why we chose it: It’s incredible what Lakita can throw together with tomatoes, olive oil, and spices. This is a must-make for the soup-season. It’s rich in vitamins and makes a rich tomato broth that pairs beautifully with bread and vegan grilled cheese.
Make this delicious soup plant-based by switching out the heavy cream for coconut cream.
Crave-worthy ingredient: Tomato sauce is undeniably the most essential and crave-worthy ingredient in this dish. It arrives front and center and stays relevant throughout the entire dish.
10. Creamy Vegan Mushroom Wild Rice Soup
Food Blogger: Jessica in The Kitchen
Why we chose it: This is one of those creamy vegetable soups that will make you forget that it’s actually vegan! You get a little bit of everything with this soup: “meaty” bites of mushrooms and carrots, creamy coconut milk, and a ton of umami.
The sprinkle of flour thickens this mushroom soup enough to make it an entire meal that will keep you full and satisfied. Add white wine and garnish with crispy Shiitake Mushrooms to take it up a notch
Crave-worthy ingredient: Wild rice takes the cake in this dish. It gives this soup a chewy texture that adds bite and girth. With each bite, you’ll experience an earthy yet smoky flavor that will set this soup apart from the rest this fall season.
11. Sweet Green Pea Dill Soup
Food Blogger: Murielle Banackissa
Why we chose it: Murielle had such beautiful things to say about this soup with green peas. So much so we had to add it to the list. She describes the flavor profile as the perfect balance of sweet and salty; we were sold.
Crave-worthy ingredient: Dill may not seem like the dominant flavor next to the green beans, but that’s the point! Dill has a way of coming through here and adds so much personality and delicious flavor to this soup.
It’s added as a blended ingredient and a garnish and has a great way of making sure you know it’s there.
Give These Fall Plant Based Soup Recipes a Try
These are genuinely some of the best soups to make this fall.
The best part about this list of plant-based soup recipes is that most, if not all, store well. You can sit in the fridge in an airtight container and enjoy the next day. You can also double (or triple) the recipe and freeze it for the whole family to enjoy later.
Are you planning on trying any of these fall plant-based soup recipes? Let us know in the comment section below!