Meatless Monday Compilation: Cold Weather Soup Recipes

Try any of these simple, vegetarian soups for Meatless Monday or whenever a nourishing, healthy meal is in order. Personally, I love a warm bowl of soup on a cold winter’s day and making a big ol’ pot of soup on Sunday can save a ton of time during the week.

I always recommend using the best quality ingredients you can afford, preferably local & organic whenever available.

Stuffed Pepper soup

This meatless version of Stuffed Pepper Soup from Oh My Veggies substitutes lentils for the ground beef.

parsnip & roasted fennel soup

For just a few ingredients, this simple soup from Green Girl Eats  packs a ton of flavor. Great to make over the weekend and reheat for lunch throughout the week!

Butternut Squash and Cauliflower Chowder

Butternut squash, cauliflower, and corn provide a play of textures in this  silky soup from Vegetarian Times

Garlic Soup (Sopa de Ajo)

This simple appetizer soup from Cooking Light makes the most of everyday ingredients. Serve with a slice of Tomato and Garlic Toast and green salad for a light lunch. Use high-quality ingredients; because this basic soup has few elements, each contributes substantially to its success.

Buttery Carrot Soup

This soup recipe from Joyful Belly contains soft warm carrots, which are creamy and comfortable for cold weather days.

Three-Bean Vegetarian Chili

This recipe from Cooking Light proves that hearty chili doesn’t necessarily mean meat on the ingredient list. The variety of beans give great texture and flavor.

Enjoy!!!

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