There’s nothing quite like stew on a chilly fall night. It warms and comforts you, fills your belly, and gives you the vitamins you need to fight off colds. Really — what’s NOT to love about stew? This hearty West African peanut variety is packed full of vitamins and protein, since it contains peanut butter, collard greens, sweet potatoes, garlic, and other nutritious ingredients. On top of that, it’s delicious! Try it, we feel confident you’ll agree.
This yummy and hearty Instant Pot gluten-free vegan tomato bean soup is satisfying and perfect for autumn and colder days. The basic background of pinto beans and potatoes allows for the tomatoey flavor to really shine through. This recipe makes a rather liquidy soup, so cut down on the vegetable broth if you wish to have something thicker and more stew-like. You can also blend it for a few seconds with an immersion blender to achieve a creamier texture – but not too long, you are just trying to thicken it a bit, not make it smooth!
This deliciously light and bright Instant Pot gluten-free vegan asparagus soup is a yummy way to get in vegetables. It’s light enough to have in the summer without being too heavy. The potatoes make the soup creamy without any extra nut or plant milks. White pepper is used instead of black to allow for the green color to shine, but black pepper also works well. Top with crunchy tortilla strips, dairy-free yogurt or sour cream, pine nuts, or even sunflower seeds for a nice salty, crunchy garnish. Olive oil can be used in place of avocado oil, but the latter provides a nice buttery flavor.
Cold soup is manna to your throat on a hot summer day. When the outdoor temperatures soar, appetites often plummet. However, you don’t want sunshine to cause you to sacrifice good eating or proper nutrition! This vegan, gluten-free recipe is incredibly easy to make (and inexpensive!), and you won’t have to spend hours slaving over a hot stove. The addition of strawberries to the traditional gazpacho recipe makes the dish sweet and extra-zesty. You can top the soup with gluten-free croutons if you’d like to get fancy.
This filling and gluten-free and vegan soup is still light enough to enjoy year-round, and the addition of vibrant green kale brightens up the entire dish. The Instant Pot makes cooking with soaked chickpeas a breeze – if you’re used to using canned chickpeas don’t let the prep scare you. Soaking and cooking your own chickpeas ends up being healthier and cheaper in the long run! The combination of tomato paste and diced tomatoes really helps round out the flavors and creates a rich tomato taste in every bite. The greens can be kale, chard, mustard, or even mixed! Just make sure to take out the tough core from the greens prior to cooking, with only the tender leaves added to the final step.
Early spring can be frustrating. Sometimes the temperatures are warm, but then they suddenly plummet, making you wonder if warm weather will ever arrive. Soup is a wonderful staple for chilly nights, as it comforts your heart and warms your belly. We love this delightful vegan cream of broccoli variety—thick, nourishing, inexpensive, and easy to make. Your kitchen will smell wonderful, and you won’t mind holding onto winter just a little bit longer.
Here is a vegan and gluten-free New England Clam chowder recipe to make in the Instant Pot, just in time for Super Bowl 52 (or LII, if you prefer the more proper Roman numerals)! Bring this to that Super Bowl party, and when the New England Patriots face off against the Los Angeles Rams, this vegan, Instant Pot New England clam chowder will wow the fans of both teams!
Here is a vegan and gluten-free New England Clam chowder recipe (which still has that requisite ‘taste of the sea’ flavor), just in time for Super Bowl LII (which is Roman numeral speak for ’52’)!
We are obsessed with soup this winter and have been trying out various varieties—for our own comfort as well as for the readers of this site. A warm, nourishing broth is a must for these cold, dark January days. We especially love potato soup and were thrilled to discover this simple but delicious recipe. It’s inexpensive and only takes about 45 minutes to prepare.
This vegan, gluten-free black bean tortilla soup is delicious and inexpensive to make. It is the perfect meal for a cold winter evening.
This delicious butternut squash soup is easy to make, vegan, and can be made vegan AIP friendly!
Chili and cornbread are a natural pairing. These recipes for vegan chili and gluten-free vegan cornbread are easy to make, and delicious!
Believe it or not, this vegan chicken noodle soup is not only delicious, but it’s also gluten-free! And it’s very easy to make!
This time of year is perfect for soup, and broccoli cheese soup is one of our favorites. Unfortunately, commercial broccoli cheese soup is neither vegan nor gluten free. In fact, many canned versions contain MSG – yuck. This savory soup is so creamy, you won’t believe that it is vegan. The spices and seasonings make for a heavenly aroma, and the taste is unbelievable.
Cream of Broccoli soup has been a kitchen staple for decades, but the most popular brand is neither vegan or gluten free. It is such a great ingredient to have on hand in the kitchen because it is versatile; it can be eaten alone or added to a casserole. It can be poured over rice, or poured over a baked potato. The possibilities are endless!
We were so excited to come across this delicious recipe from the Feasting Freds website, adapted from Cooks Illustrated. We love black beans because they are filling, versatile and good for you. If you like a Latin flare to your food, this dish is for you! It is extremely versatile, and you can feel free to take full liberties in adding different ingredients. This dish is delicious with chunks of avocado, vegan sour cream and vegan cheese piled on top of it.
This weekend was particularly dreary around these parts and, though it is technically summer, it was perfect soup weather! One of the things we do miss about our non-vegan days is onion soup! We loved the traditional kind of onion soup, with the cheese bubbling over the rim. Well we decided to do a little vegan and gluten-free spin on this yummy soup! We had some tomato soup on hand and thought a smokey tomato soup with cheese melted on top sounded perfect.
We have been on a kick buying cookbooks from around the world. While cooking cuisines from different cultures is fun, adapting them to be vegan and gluten free is even more fun. It is a great challenge to find the vegan, gluten-free equivalents of some of the ingredients, and we love all of the different recipes that combine ingredients we would have never considered.
Make this vegan gluten-free copycat Top Ramen recipe, including copycat Sriracha sauce, and bonus chocolate candy cups for dessert!
We recently signed up for one of those services that delivers fresh, local organic produce to your door on a weekly basis. While it has been great so far, it has been challenging in areas where we are being faced with cooking produce we don’t normally use, or particularly like. Take beets, for example. We are not big fans. We have tried every variation of beet recipes offered to us by someone who perks up when they hear our beet-disdain and proclaims that we MUST try their beet recipe.