10 Healthy Soup Recipes for Fall

Soup doesn’t just keep us warm; it also packs on nutrients + flavor. Check out these incredibly delicious healthy soup recipes for Fall.

healthy soup recipes for fall

I’ve got a rawkstar lineup of fall soup recipes to share with you today. These 10 incredible healthy soup recipes are all part of my free 10-day soup challenge. They are made with whole food, plant based ingredients, full of flavor, and just waiting to be a part of your Fall menu. I love soup and make it often, even while living in Florida. A good cup of soup helps me pretend cooler weather is coming.

As we move into the fall season, there are also so many new veggies coming up and ready to be put in hearty, savory dishes. So let’s dive right in!

delicious fall soup recipe

Vegan Tomato Soup

This tomato soup was originally created for my Simple Green Meals cookbook. I affectionately call it Sneaky Tomato Soup because it has carrots, celery and zucchini along with tomatoes, yet tastes just like my momma’s tomato soup. I like to serve it with a dollop of cashew cream and eat along side toasted ciabatta bread slathered with pesto.

Vegan curry stew

Red Lentil Curry Soup

I haven’t yet found a recipe from Stephanie Williams that I didn’t love… and this fall soup recipe is no exception. @VeganWhat is great at packing flavor into her recipes. You can make this soup with or without the rice, depending on the heartiness you’re looking for in your soup.

Pro tip: Stephanie recommends using fire-roasted corn in this dish because it levels up the flavor.

Simple dinner idea

Thai Coconut Soup

My love for takeout Thai food led me to recreate one of my fav soups. This Thai-inspired soup is naturally vegan (kale yeah!) and can be spiced up or toned down as preferred. Don’t skimp on the toppings in this healthy soup recipe; load it up with cashews, green onion and peppers.

Also, if this soup is slightly outside your comfort zone, just know that I take it to all kinds of gatherings and always get asked for the recipe. So just dive in and try it.

healthy soup recipe

Spicy Roasted Red Pepper Soup

You had me at spicy! Laurel Perry of @DarnGoodVeggies combines the delightful taste of roasted red peppers with a whole host of fall vegetables in this healthy soup recipe. You control the amount of red pepper flakes in this soup, so feel free to skimp or add extra depending on your heat tolerance.

fall soup idea

Ultimate Detox Soup

If you’re on the lookout for a healthy soup, then Megan Gilmore’s of @Detoxinista got you covered. Her detox soup contains several anti-inflammatory ingredients that can help your liver and kidneys do their detoxifying jobs well. This soup is mild and comforting.

Pro tip: I love topping this healthy soup recipe with vegan pesto.

delicious family meal

1-Pot Paprika Corn Chowder

These soup recipes for fall just keep getting better! Gina Fontana of @HealthyLittleVittles created a 30 minute, 1-pot chowder to feed the family… weeknight meals don’t get any better than this. Chowder is traditionally full of dairy, yet this vegan take on a classic dish is still creamy + comforting.

hearty soup recipes for fall

Classic Minestrone Soup

Next up on our healthy soup recipes list is a hearty minestrone from Melissa Griffiths of @BlessThisMessBlog. Minestrone is another reason why I love soup. You can swap in the veggies you have on hand for this recipe and still love it!

Pro tip: Use gluten-free pasta and vegan parmesan to make this gluten + dairy free.

easy blender meal

Black Bean Soup

@Vitamix contributed this soup recipe for fall and it was love at first sip for me. Black bean soup can be made completely in a blender (high-powered blenders actually heat up soup all on their own if blended long enough!) or on the stove-top. If you need a soup that fills you up, then this healthy dish is a great option.

I 100% added hot sauce to this healthy soup recipe… I just couldn’t help myself!

nourishing vegan soup

Vegan Chicken Noodle Soup

Carleigh Bodrug’s take on a classic comfort soup is great! She runs @PlantYou (and has a gorgeous cookbook coming out soon!). Tofu brings texture and protein to this healthy soup recipe yet can be swapped with chickpeas if desired. You can also use gluten-free pasta.

Pressing tofu literally means squishing it. Place a block of tofu between 2 folded paper towels. Top with 2 more folded paper towels, a cutting board and a few cookbooks or heavy bowl. Let sit for 30 minutes to draw out the moisture. Once pressed, add in step 3.

creamy blender meal

Carrot Ginger Soup

This soup is my fav to-go recipe. Blend it up then toss it into a thermos for a quick, warm lunch. This is one of the healthy soup recipes originally created for my Fresh Start Autumn cleanse. So you can rest assured it’s got lots of Fall ingredients.

fall fresh ingredients

Fall soup ingredients

While I love the berries, squashes, and crispy produce of Summer, I find myself craving the buttery, hearty veggies of Fall. You’ll find many Fall-fresh ingredients in the above healthy soup recipes because ingredients used in their proper season contain the most nutrients. If you’re creating a fall kitchen garden, then pick from this list!

Brussels SproutsGarlicSweet potatoes
CauliflowerLeeksWild Mushrooms
CeleryOnionsWinter Squash
healthy soup recipes for fall

Versatile Soup Toppings

Sometimes you find a soup recipe in need of a little oomph. I get it (I put hot sauce on a LOT of dishes). Here are 2 quick n’ easy recipes I keep on hand in a flavor emergency, or just to jazz up my meal:

Cashew cream: A good vegan sour cream can provide depth and creaminess to just about any recipe. If you’d add sour cream to a soup, then you can add this!

Pesto: There’s just something about pesto that instantly levels up a recipe. I love adding a dollop of vegan pesto to a good vegetable soup. It’s just so good! I’ve got a few different variations you can try, and they all freeze well.

Vegan cheese sprinkle: Parmesan is a staple in many American households. This vegan cheese sprinkle certainly gives Kraft’s a run for its money… made with real ingredients that really do add a cheesy finish to your dish.

What are your go-to soup toppings? Leave a comment and let me know!

quick family dinner recipes

Soup-Making Kitchen Equipment

If you’re ready to start whipping up some soup, then make sure you have these items in your kitchen:

  • A stock pot, crock pot, instant pot, ceramic pot… something that can hold 6 quarts.
  • A blender or immersion blender. Make sure your blender is rated for hot liquids if using.
  • A good knife + cutting board for chopping ingredients

That’s it! Soup is great because you don’t need a bunch of fancy equipment to make it, and many soups can even swap ingredients you have on hand and still taste delicious. Ready, set, soup!

Healthy Soup Recipe

This tomato soup recipe is perfect for a crisp Fall evening. It's dairy free yet still super creamy with the cashew cream. I loaded this recipe up with veggies to create a comforting + healthy soup recipe for fall.
4.9 from 190 votes
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Course: Entree, Soup
Cuisine: Healing, Vegan
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 40 minutes
Total Time: 50 minutes
Servings: 4
Author: Jen Hansard


  • stock pot
  • immersion blender


  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 yellow onion - diced
  • 1/8 tsp sea salt
  • 1/8 tsp black pepper
  • 2 carrots - peeled and sliced
  • 1 ribs celery - chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves - minced
  • 1 zucchini - sliced
  • 3 cups vegetable stock
  • 2 cups diced tomatoes - undrained
  • 1 tsp italian seasoning



  • Warm oil over medium-high heat in stock pot. Add onion and season with a little salt. Cook, stirring often, for 7 minutes or until the onion starts to soften.
  • Add carrots and celery and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Then stir in garlic and cook for 1 minute, or until fragrant. Add the zucchini and cook for a few minutes, until it starts to soften.
  • Stir in vegetable stock, tomatoes, and Italian herbs. Bring just to a boil then reduce heat to low and simmer for 20 minutes, or until the vegetables are very soft and tender.
  • Remove soup from heat then blend using an immersion blender to puree soup. Season to taste with more salt and pepper, if needed. Serve with your choice of toppings.


  • Fire-roasted tomatoes (canned) gives this dish a rich, robust flavor that I am obsessed with.
  • Feel free to spice this soup up with red pepper flakes, paprika, or fresh chopped chili peppers.
  • You can use olive oil or coconut oil in place of avocado oil.
  • If you have a blender that is heat-safe, then you can use a regular blender over an immersion blender. If your blender container is not heat safe, then allow your cooked soup to cool down before adding to the blender in batches to blend. If you want to serve after blending, reheat to eating temp after pureed.
  • To keep this soup nut-free swap out the cashew cream topping for a dairy-free sour cream of your choice.


Calories: 97kcal | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 4g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 3g | Sodium: 824mg | Potassium: 530mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 8g | Vitamin A: 5764IU | Vitamin C: 25mg | Calcium: 76mg | Iron: 2mg
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  1. Cindi Gustafson says:

    5 stars
    My favorite Soup would have to be the Detox soup. The flavor profile with the ginger, turmeric, and thyme was wonderful.

    Overall these 9 days have been a little challenging at times since I chose to make the soups the day of rather than ahead and with no prep. But despite that, I’ve really enjoyed the opportunity to try all of these recipes and great ingredients. Of course not every soup would be a favorite for me but they all reminded me to eat more veggies and raw foods! Soups are such an inexpensive option and can be packed full of nutrients. My biggest take away from the 10-Day Soup Challenge is eating raw doesn’t have to be hard and it’s much more fun with friends! Thank you all!

  2. Jody H says:

    5 stars
    Favorite: Carrot Ginger
    Also: Thai Coconut, Roasted Red Pepper & Paprika Corn Chowder.
    All were good and glad for the opportunity to try each one. I now have my freezer stocked with leftover soups which will be very handy.
    Thanks for the great new recipes.

  3. Kathleen Grommet says:

    5 stars
    I loved this challenge. My favorite soups were the minestrone and tomato. I will definitely be making those again. Thank you!

  4. Beki Ward says:

    5 stars
    I am so glad my friend told me about this challenge. I love soup & make it often, but trying new recipes for flavors I normally wouldn’t choose is a bonus! I enjoyed every recipe!

  5. Carolee Crider says:

    5 stars
    I loved this challenge, even though I ended up taking a break at day eight. It is hard to pick a favorite soup, there were several I did not expect to enjoy that surprised me, but I think the Vegan Tomato and the Spicy Roasted Red Pepper are right at the top. Of course I really enjoyed the Detox and the Paprika Corn Chowder too! The Carrot Ginger has been high on my go to list since the cleanse last fall. One of the things I enjoyed most about the cleanse were comments from other participants and seeing their presentations, and that is one of the things I got from the challenge…a simple, healthy soup can make an elegant meal. I shared the soups with my trainer and she has loved them too. I asked her what her favorite one was and the reply was “all of them!”

  6. Elizabeth M says:

    5 stars
    The 10 Day soup challenge was fun and educational. I admit, I often look to a can or jar when I want soup. This challenge proved to me that it doesn’t take that long to make a healthy, satisfying soup from scratch. It’s hard to pick a favorite from among these soups, but I’ll have to choose the Vegan Tomato Soup since tomato has always been my favorite soup. I’m sure I’ll make several of these throughout the winter.

  7. Wendy Capreol says:

    5 stars
    My favourite recipe from the 10 day challenge was the classic minestrone soup. It is very delicious and I like the fact that I can use whatever I have on hand. Using the same recipe I get many variations!. One of the results I got from the 10 day challenge was some stress relief with the warm, comforting nourishment that comes with soup. Thanks for this event. I appreciate what you are doing.

    Wendy Capreol

  8. Shannon says:

    5 stars
    I loved almost all of these soups. I don’t know why, but I always thought it would be difficult to make soup but these recipes show it’s actually quite easy. And once you get the hang of that bases of soup, you can build off of that. My favorites on here are the tomato, the carrot ginger and the detox soup. The cashew cream is surprisingly delicious. I even took some extra, mixed in some vanilla and a tbsp of sugar and it made a delicious dip for apple slices. Off to make more soup, that corn chowder is calling my name!

  9. Terri H. says:

    5 stars
    The 10 Day Soup Challenge was great! It’s hard to choose a favorite soup as I loved all of them and so did my family. My husband especially liked the black bean soup leftover. It thickened and he likes thick creamy soup. My adult step-son liked the ones with kale the best. I think maybe the detox soup was my favorite. I often made too much so I froze the leftovers and will have ready meals in the future!
    I did get a little confused about where to rate the soups. Especially the Vegan Chicken Noodle soup. There was no place I could find to leave a comment. Next time (and I hope there is one!) I will try to remember to take pictures. And I also hope there are more blender soups. What a great time saver!
    Thank you to all who worked hard to put this together! I have really benefitted from it and so has my family.

  10. Jody Goudreau says:

    Loved the black bean soup….made with a Mexican flavor and heavy hand with taco spice. Not on the list, but also had to make classic potato and leek soup, some of it blended, with addition of truffle oil. Smooth yet chunky, with earthy truffles, yum! Focusing on soups also helped shed a few pounds.

  11. Sara says:

    5 stars
    I love everything that comes from Simple Green Smoothies and this Soup Challenge didn’t disappoint! While all of the recipes are my favorite, the Thai Coconut is at the top of my list! These recipes and all of the SGS recipes inspire me to keep eating raw and make up my own! I’ve followed SGS for years but about 3 months ago did the summer thrive and it’s truly changed my life. Thank you for making me feel better inside and out.

  12. Tina Migielicz says:

    5 stars
    This 10 day soup challenge was a ton of fun! The timing of the challenge was perfect (who doesn’t love soup in the fall?). The soups were easy to make & there was such a variety. I will keep most in a rotation this fall & winter. The minestrone soup was my favorite. I would buy the canned version all the time but no need now! It was easy to make and so fresh. I feel lighter, cleaner and have a stocked freezer for the next couple weeks!

  13. Mary says:

    5 stars
    My favorite recipe: The vegan tomato soup was a perfect recipe for me – I love tomato soup but don’t want the dairy often found in recipes. Loved that this recipe included other veggies too. One result: Realizing that soup is an easy, satisfying and simple meal!

  14. RHONDA says:

    I loved this challenge. Living alone, and working a full time job, making a pot of soup on a Saturday or Sunday and looking forward to a healthy, hearty meal when I come home from work, knowing that it is already prepared, is the most wonderful feeling. My favorite was the carrott/ginger as I am a fan of both of these ingredients.
    I look forward to making more soups as the cold weather approaches!!!

  15. Melissa says:

    5 stars
    I absolutely loved the 10 day soup challenge! My favorite is the Carrot Ginger. This recipe screams “Fall”. I loved how creamy it was and the carrots and ginger are great paired together. This challenge has taught me that a healthy recipe doesn’t have to be complicated or take forever to fix or contain meat or dairy to be good. Learning to make cashew cream was a bonus too. I am saving these recipes as I will definitely be making them all again.

  16. Shirl Pearson says:

    I enjoyed the soup challenge but thought it was too long. I think a week would be better. Also it wasn’t quite cold enough outside to be inspired for soup every day. Maybe in January or February would be better. The soups though were delicious and several will be added to my fall, winter rotation. My favs were the Coconut (which I made already with the summer cleanse), and the vegan tomato. I made half of each recipe and we’re still enjoying leftovers. Thanks for the challenge, support and healthy fun!

  17. Julie Lopez says:

    5 stars
    I have loved this challenge. I and my children are soup lovers. These were easy and quick to prepare. I really enjoyed everyone’s spin on the recipes to make it tasty for themselves. Because of this, it is really hard to select one that is the best. They all, with adjustments, were/could be delicious. Since I do very few blended soups, I really enjoyed the Spicy Red Pepper and Black Bean Soup (looking forward to the Ginger Carrot soup this Evening.) They were easy to make and delicious. My daughter is lactose intolerant so the Cashew Cream was something new for me to add to her diet. And all the soups could be made dairy free. Yay.

    The best part of this challenge was getting tips, alternatives, ideas and quips from the other participants. Thank you all. Putting more veggies in my children’s and husband’s meals is a big healthy plus for me. Mahalo from Hawaii.

  18. Doreen says:

    5 stars
    I really enjoyed the challenge — it was the first time that I had done anything like it. My husband’s favorite soup with the Vegan Tomato Soup. My favorite was the Thai Coconut Soup. I love Thai food and it never dawned on me that I could make a soup as good as the one I get at restaurants. I prepped most of the ingredients for the soups at one time. I plan to keep doing that now that the challenge is over. It really saves day-of work. Thanks for laying everything out and making it easy for us — including the shopping list. I’ll be ready for when you put together another challenge.

  19. Theresa Simpson Hale says:

    My favorites were the Black bean soup and the Detox soup, but I did like them all. Best thing I learned was you can use all natural ingredients, plus things from my garden.

  20. Theresa Simpson Hale says:

    5 stars
    I loved the Black Bean Soup and the Detox soup, they all were good but those 2 were my favorite

  21. Dily says:

    5 stars
    I absolutely love soups and this was the perfect challenge! My favorite soup was the carrot ginger soup and I ended up making it twice already and shared it with my whole family (who happened to be in town just in time!) and now this recipe has a couple more additional lovers! I love how easy it was to make and the fall, cozy feeling it gives me. Absolute favorite, thank you!

  22. Jim Randall says:

    10 day challenge was very satisfying. I think the Thai Coconut was probably the best. Thanks for hosting 🙂

  23. Tom says:

    5 stars
    Taking the ten day soup challenge was just plain “fun”. I learned a lot about making modifications to recipes that work for me and my wife. We are not vegan, but it did not detour me from participating in the challenge. Seeing how others made modifications to the recipes was good as we all have diet restrictions, food allergies, intolerances, etc., and let’s face it – there are some foods we just do not like. So make the soup work for you and your family.
    It is hard to pick one favorite as they were all good. But if it is one – the Ultimate Detox is the one. This soup had flavor, it had texture, and then it had the added benefit of detox. We not only got good nutrition, we also got an added benefit of putting anti-inflammatory foods into your body. We are gluten free so that made for a nice added relief, but with flavor and good taste. I can see this soup being a regular soup we make and do so in a large batch to freeze for later and have available as a quick meal.
    This challenge opened me up to being more creative in how I approach food. For example, I had never used coconut cream. But I can now see using it more and in different ways. I always shied away from using a blender or immersion blender. No more! Cooking is about having fun, learning new tastes and what goes well with additional ingredients. This soup challenge checked all the boxes.

  24. Dajeune Tillman says:

    5 stars
    I really enjoyed this challenge! My favorite soups by far were the red lentil curry soup and the thai coconut soup. This challenge showed my that I can create tasty meals without meal. I’m happy to report I even lost 2 pounds! Thank you for awesome challenge.

  25. Teri Leigh Baird says:

    5 stars
    I very much enjoyed this soup challenge! I do not enjoy cooking, but I enjoyed this because there was zero food waste, the recipes were simple, all recipes were vegan, and by eliminating dairy I feel better than I have in a long time. I have been pescatarian for close to 15 years and eliminated seafood from my diet within the past five years. I have noticed inflammation and bloating over the past two years and it looks like it is cheese and ice cream that are the culprits. (I love cheese and ice cream )
    My husband is an omnivore who eats meat once or twice a week and he also enjoyed the soups.
    My favorites that I will cheerfully make again were the red lentil curry, black bean, and tomato.
    My husband’s favorites were the vegan chicken noodle (he even liked tofu!), tomato, and spicy roasted red pepper.
    Our least favorites were the minestrone and Thai coconut.
    I look forward to additional challenges and additional easy whole food recipes.

  26. Kristy Siddel says:

    5 stars
    Black bean soup was my favorite! Looking forward to rotaing these recipes through the cooler months. I’ve expanded on my chopping veggie skills and being intentional in creating healthy meals.

  27. Gwen says:

    5 stars
    I really enjoyed this challenge! This was a good way for me to learn a lot about making soup in a short, focused period of time and try making (and eating) a bunch of different recipes. It is difficult to choose my favorite since I like them all well enough to make them again! I think the tomato, carrot ginger, and red lentil were my top three. I like tomato soup anyway, but had never made it before – and this was one of the best tomato soup recipes I’ve eaten, so I’m happy to have this in my recipe box now! Thank you so much for hosting this challenge and creating this community.

  28. Jessica says:

    5 stars
    I loved trying all the new soups and having flavors I might normally put together. My favorite soup in the carrot ginger. So easy and so tasty! But, the tomato soup is a close second….we make it all the time in our house.

  29. Kristina hannum says:

    5 stars
    The Thai coconut soup was my favorite!! I can’t wait to make it for my parents when I visit them later this months and I will make it for my kids when they return from college at the holidays! My husband and I have enjoyed the challenge. The results of participating are that my jeans are looser and my freezer is fuller! And I have wonderful recipes to share with family and friends! Thank you to the authors of the recipes and for this amazing opportunity!

  30. Krista Connell says:

    5 stars
    My favorite was the Thai Coconut soup. It was so different than what I normally cook, but it really expanded my understanding of flavor combinations. I would say something I got out of this challenge was an arsenal of knowledge on how to use various ingredients to make some delicious comfort food without sacrificing nutrition.

  31. Christine says:

    5 stars
    This has been my very favorite soup to make and eat. Fresh, clean tasting and very satisfying. I ate it hot but I’d bet it will be good cold, too.

    • Christine says:

      Oh, and this challenge has provided many freezer meals since all the recipes made generous amounts. I am looking forward to tasting summer’s harvest all winter long. Thanks so much for the recipes and the challenge. Worked for me! It even motivated me to make my glutenfree sourdough bread again so more goodness for the freezer as well!

  32. Simone says:

    5 stars
    I have loved all the soups throughout these 10 days. My favorites are: Thai Coconut Soup, Ultimate Detox Soup, Vegan Chicken Soup and the Carrot Ginger Soup. I’ve felt good, cleansed from not eating any fowl or fish and just plant based diet. I’m ready to take the next step and start incorporating more plant based meals into my diet. This has been lots of fun, learning and empowering. Thanks again.

  33. Lisa Bixby says:

    5 stars
    The 10-day Soup Challenge has been such fun! I don’t believe I’ve ever chopped so many onions, carrots and celery–not even at holiday time! LOL! It’s been wonderful to see the tweaks that everyone in the group has made based on their preferences. I definitely will try some of those modifications! And the group has been so supportive! My favorite is the paprika corn chowder!!! Love, love, love it! My husband’s favorite is the red lentil curry. It would be really tough to try to rank the soups as we loved most of them! I do believe I lost a little bit of weight, but I learned that soup is good food and I will incorporate soup into my weekly routine much more often now! Thanks to Jen and her team for bringing this fun, flavorful challenge to us!!

  34. Kimberly Tangaro says:

    5 stars
    My favorite soup was the Red Lentil Curry Soup!!! I paired it with a cabbage salad and it was so delicious for both lunch and dinner. My family favorite was the paprika corn chowder. My body was using the restroom about two extra times a day during this challenge. I so appreciate the challenge and didn’t realize I was eating vegetables sometimes! Thank you!

  35. Colleen says:

    5 stars
    These soups are amazing and unique in their own way. I have to say the Thai coconut was your far my favorite, the flavor is so good! I love the detox soup, it’s so healthy and my toddler loved it as well. I enjoyed trying soups ‘chunky’ and ‘smooth’. The roasted red pepper had a kick to it that is just so good. It’s soup season and I now have 10 new soups to add to my fall cooking. I appreciate all these new recipes to cook. I love that there are no animals in these soups one step closer to a healthier lifestyle!

  36. BMaisey says:

    5 stars
    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the 1-Pot Paprika Corn Chowder. All my favorite flavors put together to really pop! Smoked paprika is the best. I also add a little ancho chili (personal favorite). I loved this soup challenge. Soup is a great meal, curbs my appetite and lets me use things I already have in my well-stocked kitchen. I would definitely love to see this challenge again with all new soups to add to my recipes. Thanks to all those who contributed and keep on cooking!

  37. Janet Boudreaux says:

    3 stars
    I threw in the towel yesterday. I was just tired of soup. While it was an interesting challenge, none of the soups wowed me enough to want to add to my repertoire. My husband only liked two well enough to eat, but not request more or a repeat of. The last two didn’t move me to continue. I guess we’re just now regular soup people. I’ll have to continue looking for other ways to add and diversify our vegetables.

  38. Priti Aggarwal says:

    5 stars
    It was fun challange to try and learned some new ways to recreate old recipes. I loves Thai soup and vegan chicken soup. My family loves tofu so added in thai soup and chicken soup already called for it It was very filling and satisfing soups. I learn how easy soup can be turn in to a meal with simple rice , bread or a sandwich. Every soup was just about one pot dish for me so it saved so much time for me. I will definetly make most of the soup on a regular bases.

  39. Laura Kephart says:

    5 stars
    My favorite soups were: the corn chowder (my thick/creamy version–added 1/3 of corn, pureed in Vitamix then added remaining corn & chicken), the black bean soup (used chipotle instead of jalepeno), and the carrot ginger soup–actually followed this recipe 🙂 I think the carrot soup was #1 favorite, but it was close 😉
    My results: I obviously prefer thick pureed soups, and I learned how easy it is to get more servings of veggies into my diet.

  40. Caroline says:

    5 stars
    The last 10 days of soup have been great!! Here’s my list of favorites that are definitely on schedule to be made again.
    1 Smokey paprika corn chowder
    2 Spicy roasted red pepper
    3 Black Bean
    4 Vegan tomato

    All were delicious but those are my favs!

  41. Amanda Iiams says:

    5 stars
    The challenge was fun and gave me ideas for other soups I can make. My favorite was the very first tomato (veggie) soup. It was hearty and warm and seasoned well. One result I got was branching out on different flavors for making soups. I enjoyed the challenge.

  42. Laia says:

    It’s hard to pick a favourite recipe among so many good ones! But if I have to choose, it would be a tie between the Carrot Ginger (I love the carrot and ginger combo!) soup, the Detox soup (perfect for the colder fall days) and the Spicy Roasted Red Pepper Soup (peppers are one of my favourite food!).
    This challenge has inspired me to cook more soups before we were just doing Zucchini or Potato and Leak soups, and now I know more options. Thanks!

  43. Anne Hauer says:

    Great smoothie and soup recipes! I make one of both every day ; thank you for the health!

  44. ZK says:

    5 stars
    I love soups but for some reason I don’t make them too often. This challenge made me realize how simple it is to whip up one and have meals for days ahead, since I usually freeze a couple of portions. My favorite one was the Thai coconut soup. Super delicious!

  45. Julie F says:

    5 stars
    This was a very fun challenge for me. I love soups and have been wanting to add some new recipes to my regular line-up. I also discovered something about myself during this challenge and that was that I prefer soups that are not pureed. There is something about chewing my soup that is comforting to me. I am so glad that I pushed myself to try every recipe and they were all delicious, some just weren’t my preference. Also, I noticed I felt lighter the whole 10 days (not weight wise but just a feeling in my body) and it was such a great way to get more veggies each day. I loved that! I think my favorite was the 1 pot Paprika Corn Chowder. The flavor, texture & ingredients were perfect for me. However, I will say the Thai Coconut, Minestrone, & Detox soups will all be showing up in my menu plans. Thank you all for contributing your time, your creations and your love of nourishing people to this challenge. I’m up for the next challenge!

  46. Kathy says:

    I had a difficult time with the rating of the recipes at times.
    I liked the challenge. Easy to do with the list of ingredients given for the recipes. I liked changing up the recipes to meet my family’s personal needs.
    Thanks for 10days of soup!

  47. Linda Johnson says:

    5 stars
    I made the Thai coconut soup and it was delicious. Next time I will add a little bit of shrimp and may be a little bit more veggies.

  48. Linda Johnson says:

    I loved the Thai coconut soup. I thought it might be too sweet but it was just right. I will make it again but I might add some shrimp.

  49. Carly says:

    4 stars
    It’s a battle for top contender but if I have to choose one I would say the Black Bean Soup takes the cake for me! I love the flavour profile, its hearty, creamy and delicious! I add a ton of lime juice and I could eat this all day!! Other than a freezer full of soup I am so happy to have gained these recipes for my collection and some great tips from other participants in the Facebook group. What a great challenge, so happy I was apart if it! Thank you xx

  50. Holly Day says:

    5 stars
    The first thing I’ll say about these last ten days is never underestimate the value of prepping in advance! I didn’t prep much before the challenge started, so even though I currently work at home, and it’s just me and my husband, cooking a new soup, plus two other meals and cleaning dishes every day, meant a LOT of time in the kitchen. Ha!

    I loved trying the new recipes and repeating some that are in regular rotation already. I loved several of the soups, but I think I’m going to have to pick the Vegan Tomato Soup as my surprise favorite! I didn’t puree it, and I added pesto sauce instead of cashew cream, and it just tasted like Italy in a bowl. SO good! Also, my digestive system was thankful that I was going easier on it by having soup at least once, sometimes twice, a day. What a great bonus, in addition to having some new recipes!

    Thanks, Jen and team, for another great challenge with great recipes!

  51. Simone says:

    5 stars
    Carrot Ginger Soup

    My house smells absolutely wonderful! And I love the soup. Very creamy and I added cashew butter with some jalapeño peppers and raw cashews. Love it!

  52. Bernadette says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this challenge…I love soup and make some most weeks. Making ten new ones in ten days was fun for me. I am always open to trying new recipes and I like to make them as written first, then make adjustments if necessary for my taste when I make them again. It is hard to pick one soup as my favourite because I enjoyed most of them, but the Minestrone is one I will make regularly. So full of goodness and flavour. Perfect for the cool days of fall.

  53. Salome Harris says:

    5 stars
    The Soup Challenge is Awesome I’ve enjoyed making the plant based soups and it is allowing me to up my game in the plant based lifestyle. Going plant based has really changed my health and well-being over the last year. These recipes give me ways to have plant based comfort food as the cooler weather approaches here in Ohio. I love the simplicity and the ability to add ingredients to my own taste. Simple Green Smoothies is where I started when I wanted to life a healthier lifestyle. Thank you

  54. Russell Hintz says:

    5 stars
    Roasted Red Pepper Soup. I have been following a vegetarian diet for a long time and found that most of the soup recipes I have experienced are a variation of broth and vegetables that require a substantial addition of seasonings to make it palatable. I like to reduce the sodium level and keep it healthy, this challenges the enjoyment. Both of the Roasted Red Pepper soups I have made used modest sodium and were extremely satisfying. The flavors were rich, smooth and produced a comfortable mouth feel that was satiating without a calorie charge that would be produced if I added a pasta. The suggestion to roast the vegetables on a parchment sheet was wonderful. This removed the clean-up discouragement. We buy the vegetables at the local farmers market. On our next buying trip we search for new ingredients and explore some other recipes.

  55. Roy says:

    5 stars
    Loved the ginger soup. Made me feel like a chef.
    Thank you

  56. Karen Schlueter-Morland says:

    5 stars
    It’s hard to pick a favorite since I loved every single one of the ten I had the time to make. I am excited to try the Thai Coconut one this weekend and I have a strong hunch that will turn out be number one! As of now, the simple but delicious carrot ginger soup is my top pick. It’s elegant enough to serve as a starter at a dinner party which I love! My guests loved it, especially the pop of GINGER!
    THANKS for all the yummy soups! I’ll be making these frequently


  57. Beth Czechanski says:

    5 stars
    10 soups in 10 days was a steep challenge but I loved this! The thai coconut curry soup was my personal favorite. My kids loved the tomato. My husband loved the red lentil curry. I’m so excited to have added these recipes to my rotation, especially since so many of them are so easy. Definitely looking forward to time-saving coziness this winter!

  58. Nan Wise says:

    5 stars
    The 10-day soup challenge was a winner for me! My favorite was the Thai coconut soup, mostly because it’s the first soup that was NOT made with heavy cream that my husband asked for SECONDS on:-).
    My family has really developed a new openness to trying new dishes, even when they are soup! My palate has changed and is adjusting to (and even craving) natural flavors. These soups are like smoothies, only warm and comforting. Thanks for the challenge!

  59. Maura HOWERTON says:

    5 stars
    10 soups in 10 days was hard to keep up. I tried 5 of them and will continue over the next week to make the rest! So far, my favorite is the Thai Coconut soup. I lived in Asia a couple of years and Thai Green zcurry was one of my favorite dishes. This soup is very close in flavors and I love zoodles!

  60. Judith Walter says:

    5 stars
    I have thoroughly enjoyed the soup challenge. I learned how to make a soup in a blender which I had never done before. I have some new recipes that I can use and since I live in North Carolina I make soups a lot in the winter.
    I am a fan of simple green smoothies. I am not just saying that, I am. I have all of the cleanse cookbooks all of the seasons, and my favorite is the 21 day cleanse which I do on a regular basis, it’s pretty much my diet what I eat.
    The soup cleanse was totally different, I even got my husband to eat some of them which is amazing. Next line for me, having something to stick to buy the letter is very beneficial for me I’m one of those kind of people that follows rules so, it helps me stay true to what I am doing.
    My favorite soup was the minestrone. I really liked all the beans and vegetables and flavors that went into that soup. I was surprised by the corn chowder I didn’t think I was going to like that one and I really did.
    This was a great experience for me and I would encourage others to do it. I really appreciated the shopping list it made things so much simpler and I don’t like to throw away food and it was the perfect amounts so thank you

  61. Jessica Dufresne says:

    5 stars
    Thank you for all these amazing recipes! The black bean soup was by far my favorite. I don’t love black bean soup recipes usually. The addition of chickpeas, as well as the blending of a portion of the beans made all the difference. So delicious! While we didn’t eat soup every day (my husband was not up for that), this challenge helped me to prep and plan better and try some new recipes. All in all a great experience that I will carry forward into my meal planning. Thanks again!

  62. Kem says:

    5 stars
    The Autumn 10-Day Soup Challenge was something that I did not know I needed! I am transitioning to eating more plant-based foods and this challenge made it easy to stay on track. All of the soups were delicious, however, my favorite was the Red Lentil Curry Soup. I love how the lentils, potatoes, curry, and kale greens complemented each other. It was nutritious, hearty, comforting, and easy to make. I’ve shared the recipes with friends and they enjoy the Red Lentil Curry Soup just as much as I do! My second favorite was the Vegan Tomato Soup. I love tomato soup and learning how to make cashew cream was an added bonus! I enjoyed it with a grilled cheese sandwich. Being a part of the Facebook community was awesome! I enjoyed the engagement, support, and encouragement from everyone in the challenge. After completing the challenge, I had more energy, less brain fog, my skin was clearer and I lost 5 pounds without trying! I am so happy that I decided to participate in this challenge. My life was changed for the better and I will continue to use the recipes on a regular basis.

  63. Susan says:

    5 stars
    These ten days have been great. So glad I took the challenge. The paprika corn chowder was my favorite followed by both the lentil soups and the tomato was a winner too! So many great flavors

  64. Mary Buersmeyer says:

    5 stars
    I loved the 10 day soup challenge. It pushed me to actually make something for dinner each night and to make some soups that I might not have picked to make. I was surprised at how quick and easy the soups were, even without doing the prep. My favorite was the Thai Coconut. But I love all things coconut so it wasn’t a high bar for that one to be my favorite.

  65. Becky says:

    5 stars
    Thai coconut anything is always my favorite. I love the variety of the recipes with the 10 days. Perfect for someone who is recently really focused on whole food eating. Thanks!!

  66. Casey M says:

    5 stars
    Love all of these recipes (the SGS Vegan Tomato, Carrot Ginger and Thai Coconut soups have been go-to staples in our house for years!), but my absolute favorites of the Fall 2021 10-day Soup Challenge were the Red Lentil Curry and the Black Bean soups. My favorite part of this challenge was welcoming in fall with some new, heartwarming recipes. October is always one of my busiest months and I loved how this forced me to slow down and appreciate the seasonal change. It was also so nice knowing that there were so many other rawkstars cooking/enjoying these same recipes at the same time. It makes a solo activity a whole lot more enjoyable when you know there are others out there sharing in the same experience as you. Thanks Team SGS for creating this challenge! <3

  67. towania bellia says:

    4 stars
    I have tried all the recipes and liked most of them. My favorite has been the vegan chicken noodle, although I added chicken. I’m not vegan so added some animal protein to most of the recipes. I’m surprised at how much fresh produce I used over the course of the challenge. I do think 10 consecutive days were a bit overwhelming. It was a lot of soup and I ended up having to give most of it away. I also was souped out by day 7. It would have been more enjoyable as a 5 or 7 day challenge. Overall it was a good experience and I’ve added a few base recipes to my collection.

  68. Nick D says:

    5 stars
    I can honestly say my wife and I really loved this entire challenge! It forced us out of our comfort zone as far as food and pushed us to use ingredients we normally wouldn’t eat(tofu, red lentils, etc.) or wouldn’t think to use.

    My wife is an adamant celery hater and even she was blow away by how it was utilized in so many different and unique ways.

    The entire challenge really helped us refresh our diets and overall we both just felt healthier after dinner. Literally, eating just soup and salad goes a long way as far as making you feel cleaner while also keeping you filled up.

    I personally loved the detox soup! 100% my favorite of the whole challenge.

    Thank you so much for this challenge. I really enjoyed my 10 day plant based journey. Can say these will be incorporated into my regular diet from now on!

  69. Glenda Sharpe says:

    5 stars
    Loved the Thai coconut, Minestrone and Carrot Ginger soups the best. They were hearty, flavourful and were made on rainy days here so were even more special. Now we need a salad challenge:-)

  70. Denise A Kretzschmar says:

    5 stars
    Thank you for inviting us to this Soup Challenge! I like soup, but I do not make it regularly. This challenge introduced me to some new tasty recipes. My favorites were the Tomato soup and the Paprika Corn Chowder. I actually made the Detox Soup about a month ago, as I have been following Detoxinista for years. Unfortunately, I was not able to try all the soups like Black Bean Soup and Roasted Red Pepper. I have several food sensitivities, gut issues, mold illness ect, so I have certain restrictions. Several recipes make it easy for swaps and that was wonderful. This challenge also helped me with my lunch meal prep for next few weeks, and it showed me how easy and convenient soup making is for meal prep. I already have to freeze meals and leftovers due to histamine issue, so I made soups put in bowls and freeze! In addition, the soups allow for additional important nutrients and veggies to be thrown into the daily diet.

  71. Kele Martinez says:

    5 stars

    It was great to know the different recipes, sharing some valuable tips with the “soup community” and have soup for 10+ days (some times both for lunch and dinner).
    – easy instruction of the recipes
    – continue support from the chefs and the community
    – 10 great new recipes
    – loved the challenge and specially the shopping lists

    The only problem is that 10 days of continue soup is a little bit too much (also considering some of us live in hot areas, as myself, I live in FL) maybe for next time you should plan 5 days (M-F) and two days of rest between the soups, to prep for next week, and let’s be honest, to keep eating soup leftovers. And then continue the second week M-F for the rest of the challenge. But, it is obvious each person can do the challenge to their own pace. Considering the CON, I still loved to participate in this challenge.

  72. Michaela G says:

    5 stars
    Rather than me doing the cooking, I challenged my husband to make these soups! He did a fantastic job and learned a lot in the process. Our family’s top 3 soups were #1 Vegan Tomato, #2 Black Bean, #3 Thai Coconut.

  73. Rhea says:

    Great recipes! The Roasted Red Pepper is very simple but very sophisticated. I enjoyed the challenge and always love to have new soups to add to my repertoire. Thank you!!

  74. Ashley Weyer says:

    5 stars
    My favorite soup of the challenge was the Vegan Tomato. It reminded me of the tomato and grilled cheese I loved as a child…but in a healthier version. A big takeaway for me with this challenge was that it really doesn’t take a long time to put a healthy, delicious meal on the table for my family. Each day took less that 45 minutes (and that was without pre-prepping anything). Thanks!

  75. Jamie says:

    5 stars
    I love soup and am always aiming to find quick easy healthy recipes to inspire and excite me. The recipes in this challenge did not disappoint. Most of my household are picky eaters, but these recipes were so easy that I could make one for myself and something else for them.
    It’s so hard to pick a favorite! The minestrone, tomato, black bean, and red pepper were delicious. The tofu noodle soup knocked my socks off. My daughter and I both also really enjoyed the red lentil curry soup. We want to incorporate more plant proteins in our regular rotation, so many of these will be made again.
    Thank you for the fall/winter cooking inspiration.

  76. Ren says:

    3 stars
    The tomato soup was my favorite. It was hands down the best tomato soup I’ve had. I think blending other veg really helps lower the acidity and brighten up the flavor. I gave three stars because the rest of the recipes were either mediocre or just plain bland and sad, in my opinion. The 10 day challenge was fun for the first few days lol.

  77. Asha says:

    5 stars
    The past 10 day soup challenge and community support was amazing. Hands down my favorite and favorite of my family was the classic minestrone soup. So yummy! Each of these soups incorporated a good amount of veggies or legumes and used dairy free options, both that are needed in my house. I really like the new tasty ways to get more veggies in my diet.

  78. Susan Woolridge says:

    Love the red lentil soup and ginger carrot soup! My husband asked me to make more of the red lentil soup to freeze for work lunches. The 10 day soup challenge came at a perfect time of year. It also helped us as a family move towards a more vegetarian lifestyle.

  79. Heather Smith says:

    5 stars
    I loved this challenge. I knew exactly what was for dinner (leftovers for breakfast or lunch too. Yes I eat soup for breakfast). I had a grocery list and the recipes were so fast and low stress I could make them at the last minute. My husband (the meat-o-saurus) announced this morning that he’d like chili tomorrow and that’s practically a soup so apparently no harm was done to him by making him soup for 10 days. We both lost a little weight and slept better. Our favorite recipe was the Thai Coconut soup but my favorite new hack I learned was to add a handful or two of red lentils to any soup to thicken it up! Bonus fiber and no one has to know because they dissolve. Thank you for the challenge. Please do another one soon.

  80. Sara Hawker says:

    5 stars
    I’ve been surprised at how satisfying vegan can be. I really liked the coconut soup and corn chowder, they were comforting and familiar. The black bean soup was a really nice surprise. The surprise of the group was the carrot ginger. We enjoyed it, but it was even better the next day when I thinned it a bit and threw in frozen ravioli. Pretty much an amazing hit.

  81. Martha says:

    5 stars
    What an amazing Soup-a-thon
    I very rarely follow any soup recipe but I was diligent and the results were fabulous.
    I especially loved the ingredients list.
    Thank you again

  82. Barbara says:

    4 stars
    Of all of the soups we tried the tomato soup was the most enjoyed by all. It was super easy to make and we enjoyed it with a crusty whole grain bread and a side salad. I added a little zing with red pepper flakes and squeeze of lemon at the table. When a 8 year old asks for more you know you’ve got a winner!

  83. Molly Clark says:

    5 stars
    First, thanks for all of these flavorful recipes with easy swap & sub ideas fir gluten-free, etc. I think my favorite has been—so far—the spicy roasted red pepper soup. It’s a step I usually skip but it reminded me of how wonderful roasted peppers are. I will be making all of the recipes.

  84. Sara Gilmore says:

    5 stars
    I absolutely LOVED participating in the ten-day soup challenge. I enjoyed all of the recipes but the Thai Coconut soup was definitely my favorite. I love Thai food and just about anything with coconut milk in it. The thing I found most valuable with the challenge was to connection to a whole new group of friends all like minded with their endeavor to eat healthier and work more vegetables into our daily diet. Who knew SOUP could be such a bond across such a broad range of people?!? Let’s do vegan desserts next!! I’d LOVE to torture my anti vegan husband with some tantalizing VEGAN puss, pies, cookies and cakes!

  85. Heather S says:

    5 stars
    Delicious! I used to have a recipe similar to this that I loved. Unfortunately I sold the cookbook in a garage sale when I moved. So glad to have the recipe back!

  86. Christina says:

    5 stars
    I really liked all the recipes, but LOVED the minestrone and Vegan chicken noodle my goodness I am so glad I did this challenge. My kids liked them all as well. The biggest result I saw from this was being full AND satisfied after my meals. Who knew soup could do that, right? Also hoping to not be TMI, but I felt a little more regular during this challenge and less bloated.

  87. Shashi says:

    5 stars
    Red bell pepper soup, simple, no fuss, just good and wholesome! Best part even my husband enjoyed it and being able to share a great recipe and resource with my girls is priceless. Thank you for inspiring a return to home cooked, healthy foods.

  88. Becky Bronson says:

    5 stars
    This soup challenge was fabulous, though I think I’m ready to take a break from soup for at least the next few days. My favorite recipe was the black bean soup. I never realized you could just through everything in the Vitamix and it would cook! Thanks Jen! I’m so glad I discovered Rawktheyear and I’m looking forward to the fall cleanse!

  89. Sheryl Biermann says:

    5 stars
    I have to say this has been a remarkable 10 days of delicious soups! As I told you earlier in an email I lost my husband unexpectedly February 16th to a massive heart attack. We loved to cook over the 20 years we were married. We had just planned a HUGE kitchen renovation and had bought out cabinets and countertops. I went thru with it after he died because it’s what he wanted so bad.

    This 10 Day Challenge has resulted in me getting back into my beautiful new kitchen and back cooking again….which I didn’t want to do for the last 8 months. I’ve been sharing the soups with my friends who have cooked and supported me over this trying time.

    As far as favorite soups? They all were very, very good in their own way.. But I think it was the Thai Coconut soup that was a “FAVE”. One of my friend’s made the comment Damn girl…this is Best in Show”!

    I’m not sure how I found this calling…but I’m sure glad I did. Please let me know if there is another. Thank you so much! xo Sheryl Biermann

  90. Neil says:

    I fully enjoyed the 10 day soup challenge. My main desire was finding a way to get more vegetables into my diet and these soup recipes really did that. I have found the result of doing this challenge is I feel better and have lost 5 pounds, both were unexpected.
    The soups i liked best were the corn chowder and vegetable soups. Now plan to continue making about half of the 10 recipes on a regular basis and figure out ways to get more vegetables into the soups. I fully plan to continue looking for more vegetable based recipes I can add to my weekly meal rotation.
    Thank you for providing this challenge and the opportunity to add healthy recipes to my diet.

  91. Teresa Baumann says:

    5 stars
    I loved this soup challenge! The tomato soup was my favorite. I have always loved tomato soup but didn’t make it much as I never had a healthy recipe. Now I can make it as much as I want and not feel guilty! This challenge gave me so much energy and I noticed it by the third day. It made me realize what a difference it makes to get proper nutrition in my diet. I am sold! I want to thank you for making this fun and easy to participate in! Looking forward to the next challenge!

  92. Kathy G says:

    5 stars
    I really enjoyed this challenge. Life got busy and I didn’t get to make a couple soups but I plan on trying them this weekend. It will be more soup weather this weekend lol. I enjoyed trying soups I never would have (Thai Coconut Soup). I really liked the minestrone soup. It was full of veggies and had a nice flavor. This challenge really opened my eyes to try new things. And as an added bonus, from eating healthier, I lost a few pounds.

  93. Sugey Dominguez says:

    5 stars
    I enjoyed the 10 day soup challenge because it’s made me try new vegetables and other substitute for meat. I was surprised that my husband enjoyed and tried all the soups. Our favorite was the detox soup. I was surprised how filling it was and the flavor was delicious. My husband is not a lentil fan but this soup made him one! I learned different receipts and will continue to make them. I just purchased the souper cubes and look forward to making more of this recipes. Not only did we enjoy the flavors but we learned how to incorporate more vegetables and less meat. Thank you!

  94. lisa Case says:

    5 stars
    My faves were the tomato soup and the coconut soup….both are so versatile. They are in the normal rotation at my house. I think the lentil soups come in as a close second. They were easy to make and very full of flavor. This was a fun challenge! Thanks so much….keep them coming.

  95. Marilou Morgan says:

    5 stars
    I loved this challenge! Most of the soups were great. I loved the Thai soup the most. I will be making many of these soups again. I love the pictures that others posted of their creations. This was a great group. I will be watching for any other challenges you may offer, as I find this very fun to do. Thanks so much!!!!!

    • Marilou Morgan says:

      5 stars
      I forgot to post that I lost a few pounds from doing this challenge which was great!

  96. Tracy Montgomery says:

    5 stars
    I really enjoyed the soup challenge and seeing all the creative photographs posted by the participants. I have to say my favorite soup was the paprika corn chowder… It had a little heat…. normally I would not make a soup like this because I wouldn’t want to use cream.. but this one used almond milk. So creative!
    One think I got out of the opportunity to make soups I may have overlooked in the past… such as the roasted red pepper soup and even my f av, the corn chowder.
    I definiltye look forward to using the recipes throughout the fall / winter. I will say that doing as much prep work ahead of time is certainly beneficial and also organizing multiple soup preps based on ingredients.
    Thanks Jen and all the soup recipe contributors for putting this together!

  97. Sarah Craft says:

    5 stars
    I looooved the Thai Coconut Soup! That one pushed me so far outside my comfort zone I almost backed out— yet I’m so glad I didn’t! I had not clue such flavors could be inside a soup. I loved the silky texture, the spice from the serranos and the crunchy cashews on top. I’ve had soups for dinner all 10 days of the challenge and dropped 2 pounds… without even trying! I mean I literally ate every soup recipe and was never hungry!!! I’m excited to keep eating plant-based recipes and see what other results I can get. Thanks Jen and all the recipe makers for creating this challenge. I had such a great time.

  98. Joanna says:

    5 stars
    I loved the Thai Coconut Soup. I will definitely make this again and again.

  99. Angel Kendrick says:

    5 stars
    The healthy tomato soup recipe was my favorite from the soup challenge, it was easy to make and I love a good tomato soup, It was very hard to choose a favorite as they all had such unique flavors and all were easier to make than I anticipated.
    I will add these to my soup rotation and this has inspired me to add more soups into my everyday

  100. Suzanne says:

    5 stars
    Loved this 10 day challenge – the recipes were interesting and varied and my favorite new thing is the cashew cream!

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