One of the easiest dishes to cook is vegan soup. It always turns out well. Here, we'll make it even easier for you! Because I'll teach you how to cook soup without a recipe which saves you time and money.
Soup is incredibly easy to pull together without recipes like I'm doing right here. You go into your kitchen to see what you have on hand to play with (and what needs to be used before it goes bad!), then start chopping, cooking, seasoning — and eating! :)
When I first started cooking without recipes it was exciting, but a little scary. It was important to me that everything I made tasted good. I'm sure you can relate!
So if you're new to recipe-free cooking, then the perfect and easiest way to get started is to learn how to cook soup.
Here are some of my favorite reasons for making soup:
When the weather turns a little cooler, you can make a soup every day of the week and never make the same soup twice.
All the soups below were created with plant-based whole foods without a recipe in sight. Think of them as mini cooking lessons with some helpful tips and advice along with a tasty and good-for-you home-style recipe to illustrate how it all came together in the end.
Ready? Click any dish below and let's get cookin'. :)
p.s. If you want to learn more about recipe-free cooking, click here to check out our helpful and fun online courses. They'll teach you everything from stocking your kitchen to cooking to menu planning — all based on our recipe-free and custom-made vegan lifestyle motto.
Let's kick off this soup section with a little tutorial about how exactly you can make a vegan soup recipe from scratch without a recipe. Together we'll make a delicious Vegan Thanksgiving Soup. Gorgeous!
Another take on how to make creamy vegan vegetable soup. Vary the veggies to make cream of mushroom, broccoli, asparagus, and more! Easy, quick, healthy, and tasty!
Packed with nutritious ingredients like carrots, celery, pinto beans, cashews, and raisins with a surprising sweet finish.
Sort of a cross between vegan minestrone and macaroni and cheese. It's delicious, and will warm you to your kissers. Totally addicting.
Filled with huge chunks of potatoes and carrots along with some healthy whole grains and other goodness, you will surely feel like you're eating soup they might have enjoyed in Little House on the Prairie.
Chock full of gorgeous chunks of vegetables, barley, seitan, and more floating in a pesto-flavored broth. OMG!
TAG TEAM! Jeff teaches you all he knows about how to make seriously delish soup in a pressure cooker -- without a recipe!
Here comes Jeff again to share his secrets to the most amaaaaazing vegetable soups and stews made in the slow cooker.
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"I boiled some cashews and then processed in the Vita-Mix with ginger, sea salt, homemade chicken-like flavoring, marjoram, smoked paprika! When it was creamy, I tossed in some steamed peas...Voila! Creamy split pea soup (small portion edition)! Heated it to just a boil and served it with home-grown tomato/guacamole sandwiches on homemade bread. I toasted some raw pecans to sprinkle on the soup!"
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