Soups are easy to make and very versatile. You can have a soup for lunch, dinner, as a starter, or as a main course, whatever you would like. These recipes are really tasty and mean that you have a different soup recipe for every day of the week!
Pea and Mint Soup
This recipe creates a dish that can be served hot or cold. The combination of peas and mint make this one of the more refreshing soups perfect for the warmer months. It can also be frozen and stored for up to 3 months, so you can adapt the measurements to make a large batch and have it gradually over time. It can be made in under half an hour and uses just 6 ingredients.
Celery, Broccoli, and Stilton Soup
Another fresh tasting soup recipe. This thick and nutritious meal is best served with a nice warm roll or a thick slice of bread. Although celery, broccoli, and stilton makes for one of the thicker soups, it still only takes 20 minutes to make. It’s perfect for someone always on the go or for a family looking for a quick and healthy meal.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Apple Soup with Spiced Pumpkin Seeds
While pea and mint is perfect for spring, this is a great soup recipe to try out in autumn. The combination of roasted butternut squash, apple, and spiced pumpkin seeds is the perfect way to help you keep your energy up as the season turns colder. Plus, the spiced pumpkin seeds give it an extra kick to help keep you going. This is one of the soups that takes slightly longer to make, taking just over an hour and a half total, but it’s definitely worth it in the end.
Turkey Noodle Soup
You never hear about turkey being used other than at Christmas, Whether you have some turkey left over from your Christmas dinner or just want to try using it in other recipes this recipe is a good place to start. One of the more textured soups, this turkey noodle recipe is a great way to use up your leftover veg too. It takes just 40 minutes to make and contains several different food groups at once, helping you maintain a balanced diet.
‘Use Up’ Soup
Speaking of leftover vegetables, ‘use up’ soups are a handy way to use up your leftover food instead of throwing it away or putting it in the compost. Using everything from vegetables to cheese to bread this recipe creates interesting soups that are different every time. Another quick soup recipe, this dish also only takes 30 minutes to make. An easy and delicious way to be a bit more sustainable.
Cauliflower and Blue Cheese Soup
We all know cauliflower cheese is a classic dish, but have you ever tried it in soup form? One of the more interesting soups on this recipe list. Rather than serving bread and cheese as a starter at a dinner party try cauliflower and blue cheese soup instead. This thick and creamy dish goes excellently with a nice soft piece of crusty bread to dip into it. It’s incredibly simple and takes just 20 minutes to make.
Tofu and Miso Soup
An easy soup recipe that can be adapted depending on what vegetables you have leftover in the fridge. Tofu and miso soups are an interesting way to experiment with vegetable combinations. This dish is vegan and full of healthy unsaturated fats. A perfect choice if you’re trying to improve your diet and eat healthier.
With all these interesting recipes to choose from you’ll never have to result to boring canned version again.