8 Best Vegan Soup Recipes for Autumn

Don’t know about you, but autumn here in Copenhagen has come in full swing and got us all wrapped in blankets, unwilling to move out of the house for the good part of the day. Actually, that’s probably just me – Danes have the saying that there is no such thing as bad weather, but only poorly dressed people (not enough layers?). I kind of get that but then again, it is just too windy for my taste.

For me, autumn is the season of soups. I have always LOVED soup and I always will but I definitely consume it hundreds of times more during the autumn. Soup is always best with a nice slice of bread by its side and perhaps a bit of butter. Other options that easily go to the sides of soups are tortilla chips, crackers and croutons. The best part is that soup is probably one of the most versatile vegan dishes out there, and unlike many other things, vegan soup is also always full of flavor (thanks vegetable stock).

Today, I want to list my 8 of my favorite vegan soup dishes that will help you survive the autumn and prepare you for the cold winter. Then when winter comes, I’m gonna have to give you top 15.

1. Vegetable Soup by SimpleVeganBlog

That is probably my ultimate favorite vegan soup. The best part is that with these kinds of soups you can almost always throw whatever vegetables you have leftover from the day before. It is so easy to make and so versatile!

2. Vegan Cream of Mushroom Soup by LovingitVegan

Super creamy and full of flavor, this soup is perfect as an appetizer on an autumn evenings or eaten just on its own with lots of bread on the side.

3. Black Bean Soup by SimpleVeganBlog

This one I love so much! If I wasn’t so lazy about soaking and cooking my beans, I would probably make this soup twice a week. It is packed with protein, super easy to make and perfect as a meal on its own.

4. Chickpea and Peas Vegan Cream Soup by Vegan Ducks

The perfect vegan soup if you are looking to get some extra protein. Budget-friendly and super easy to make!

5. 1 Pot Everyday Lentil Soup by Minimalist Baker

Any soup with lentils in it is a soup that I love. Growing up eating lentil soup is something I am grateful for! This vegan soup is quick and easy to make and perfect as a meal on its own too.

6. Creamy Vegan Broccoli Soup by I love Vegan

Can’t write a soup list without broccoli soup in it! This vegan broccoli soup is to die for – albeit not so budget-friendly. You can easily omit the wine or something else that’s too expensive and get a similar result!

7. Creamy Vegan Potato Soup by LovingitVegan

The best thing about potato soup is that it is so filling that you can have it as a main course! Easy, budget-friendly and simple to make!

Note: This one is with coconut milk. I myself, do not enjoy coconut milk but others I’ve made this soup for love it!

8. Creamy Vegan Roasted Cauliflower Soup by Cookie and Kate

Ready to satisfy your savory cravings and warm you up on a cold autumn day. Highly recommended for cauliflower lovers!

Other vegan recipes:

vegan one pot pasta

Savory Vegan One Pot Pasta

Vegan one pot pasta is a perfect weekday meal as apart from all the cutting and chopping, there is only one pot to wash and very little to do. Enjoy this savory dish that you can make in under 30 minutes.

vegan baklava

Easy Vegan Baklava

Easy vegan baklava with 5 ingredients! Budget friendly and perfect for people who need a sugar kick.

Vegan Spinach and Lentil Cream Soup

Vegan lentil soup is considered by many the ultimate comfort food. It’s rich in flavor, full of warm spices, and contains a healthy dose of fiber. This hearty vegan soup is hearty enough to satisfy even the hungriest of diners. If you want a hearty soup to whip up in no time, this is the one for you.

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