When the temperatures dip, these warming, comforting gluten-free soup recipes are the perfect answer! From classics like Chicken and Rice Soup to Vegan Roasted Tomato, and Curried Sweet Potato Soup, there's something for everyone. Gluten-free soups are great for weeknight meals, and leftovers pack easily and taste wonderful.
Soup has to be one of the most comforting meals to eat. And the flavor options are endless! I find that the best soup recipes are cozy and nourishing, warming you from the inside out. Today I’m sharing 15 of my favorite gluten-free soups with you, from Vegan Creamy Cauliflower Soup to Cozy Split Pea, and our favorite Sunday Chili.
There are many different ways to make homemade soup, including your stovetop, slow cooker, and the Instant Pot. And it’s easier than you might think!
Traditional soup is often thickened by creating a roux, which simply means melting butter (or fat) in a pot, then cooking an equal amount of all-purpose flour in it while whisking to create a “glue, or paste”.
To thicken gluten-free soup (or gluten-free mac and cheese), you can create a roux using equal parts sweet rice flour (or a cup for cup gluten-free flour blend) and butter, using the same method. It works very well! You’ll also notice some soup recipes use soaked cashews or potatoes that are pureed to add body and creaminess.
A stovetop green chili chicken soup with white beans and salsa verde and warm spices like chili powder and cumin! The beauty of this soup is it’s on the table in less than an hour, but tastes like you put a whole day of prep into it.
Soaked cashews make this roasted cauliflower soup a creamy delight, without dairy! Garlic is roasted with the cauliflower, adding great flavor. Top with herbs and popcorn, and enjoy the contrasting textures!
This super creamy carrot soup is an essential fall soup season recipe! It is easy to make, healthy, and perfectly spiced. The garnishes of pumpkin seeds, cilantro, and pickled red onions give it just the right amount of bright flavor and interesting texture to keep you coming back for another bite.
This fennel soup is a marriage of humble components that are often overlooked including cabbage and brazil nuts– yes, the ones commonly left in the jar (grin). With a ton of fiber, magnesium, and antioxidants, they’re a nutrient powerhouse. You could use cashews, if you prefer! Sautéing the vegetables allows them to lightly brown and really bring out their earthy sweetness.
15 Gluten-Free Soup Recipes! + Green Chicken Chile Soup
This green chicken chile soup has the best flavor, made with chicken thighs, salsa verde, and warm spices. Easy to make on the stovetop for a weeknight dinner. Plus 15 other gluten-free soup recipes to inspire!
garnishes: shredded cheese tortilla chipssour cream, green onions
Sprinkle salt over chicken thighs. Heat 1 tablespoon olive over medium high heat in a heavy stock pot, and add chicken thighs in individual layer. Sear on both sides 4-5 minutes to get a golden brown crust. Remove chicken thighs and set aside.
Turn heat down to medium and add diced onion + pinch of salt to chicken drippings in pot, and saute until translucent, about 7 minutes. Add smoked paprika, chili powder, cumin, and oregano leaves. Stir and coat onion, and you will start to smell the spices become fragrant, cooking for 1-2 minutes. Add a tablespoon more olive oil, and stir in garlic, cooking for 1-2 minutes.
Add chicken back to pot, along with salsa verde, diced green chiles, chicken broth, and bay leaves. Stir, and bring to a boil. Turn heat down to a light simmer, and cover. Cook for 20 minutes.
Remove chicken thighs and shred using forks. Add back to pot, along with white beans, cook for 10 more minutes. Stir in fresh lime juice.
Remove bay leaves, and serve with shredded cheese, crushed tortilla chips, sour cream, and minced green onions.