Reader Tested: Healthy Fall Soup Recipes

by Editor
Published: Updated: © Seasons and Suppers

Here in parts of the Northern Hemisphere, Autumn has beautifully made herself at home. For us, that means long hikes on trails strewn with leaves of every shade, cozy sweaters and leg warmers, and curling up by the fire while we plan our next wellness getaway (pura vida! it’s Costa Rica).

If the cooler weather has brought on a taste for warming soups in your home (perhaps following a refreshing Fall cleanse), cabin, or home on the road, we’ve got 6 reader-tested-and-approved Fall soup recipe options.

Let us know which ones you try!

Fall Vegetable Quinoa Soup – Two Peas & Their Pod
This healthy, one-pot soup is vegan and gluten-free. It is loaded with Fall vegetables like butternut squash, sweet potatoes, kale, carrots, celery, and tomatoes and is perfect for a chilly day! Freezes well too!

Cream of Broccoli and Cashew Soup – My New Roots
Have you ever convinced yourself that something is delicious so you can actually handle eating it?  This is a satisfying and stick-to-your-ribs kind of Fall soup recipe, which is perfect as the autumn wind begins to blow. A soup to celebrate not just health, but deliciousness…even if you thought you didn’t like broccoli.

One-Pot African Peanut Stew – Making Thyme for Health
A warm and comforting meal that’s super easy to make, super cozy and flavourful. Perfect for a night in, curled up on the couch under a big soft blanket. Vegan and gluten-free with oil-free option!

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup – Seasons and Suppers
A delicious, classic roasted butternut squash soup, flavoured with maple syrup and optionally, a bit of apple. A great Fall soup or perfect for your holiday table! Can be made ahead and re-heated. This soup is truly Fall in a bowl and a perfect way to celebrate the season!

Pumpkin Soup – Cafe Delites
A classic favourite, this easy pumpkin soup recipe is fast to make with maximum flavour! Thick and creamy, this is THE pumpkin soup of your dreams! You’ll have soup on your dinner table in no time with only a handful of ingredients you may already have on hand – and will likely make over and over again.

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