10 Favorite Soup Season Recipes

Cauliflower Minestrone with Kale Pesto (vegan, gluten free) untitled-1 Creamy Vegan Corn Chowder

First off, I owe a huge THANK YOU to all of you who nominated and voted for us in this year’s Saveur Blog awards – we won!

Now to celebrate with… soup! I spent the past few weeks in Chicago where I watched summer turn to fall over night. One day we were eating corn on the back patio, the next morning I was hugging a hot bowl of oatmeal. Yes, I am the biggest wimp when there is even the slightest bit of chill in the air. I’m back in sunny Austin now but I caught this cold on the airplane and now all I can think about is tea and soup. Here are 10 of my favorites that would hit the spot right about now. (Click on the photos to go to each recipe)

pictured above:
Cauliflower Minestrone with Kale Pesto
Creamy Vegan Corn Chowder

Red Curry Lemongrass Soup

Red Curry Lemongrass Soup

Carrot Soup with Carrot Top Pesto (vegan & gluten free)

Carrot Soup with Carrot Top Pesto

Ribollita (Tuscan White Bean Soup)

Ribollita (Tuscan White Bean Soup) 

Red Lentil Sweet Potato Stew

Curried Red Lentil Sweet Potato Stew

Butternut Squash Black Bean Chili

Butternut Squash Black Bean Chili

Easy Vegetarian Pho (vegan & gluten free)

Easy Vegetarian Pho

Creamy White Bean & Tomato Soup (vegan & gluten free)

Creamy White Bean & Tomato Soup

Butternut Squash Kale & Quinoa Stew

Butternut Squash, Kale & Quinoa Stew

If you make this, let us see! Tag your photo with #loveandlemons on Instagram.


  1. Shubha on said:

    We love the soup recipes on your blog! In fact, last night we had the vegan corn chowder for dinner! It was a great late summer/early fall recipe as the temperature is dropping a bit.

  2. Taste of France from francetaste.wordpress.com on said:

    We have soup every Tuesday night. Actually, most of our French friends have soup every night for supper (called souper in French–from the word soupe). This is probably why they are thinner than we are. But once a week is a start.
    This post is a keeper.

  3. Congrats for winning, yay! Soup and tea are just the things I’m craving for on these chilly days. Thanks for the inspiration! xo

  4. Libby from xoxolib.com on said:

    Your soups look so yummy. I’m really feeling that creamy tomato soup, today. It’s a thunderstormy day around here in Kansas.

  5. Sam Aidun from HollywoodCater.com on said:

    Holy cow this is the most comforting food I’ve ever seen. You must be reading my mind or my taste buds because all of my favorite foods are highlighted in your post. I could eat this stuff all day.
    Also, my body constitution is one that is always cold and there’s nothing more warming than the soups and stews and noodles and oodles of yumminess you shared – thank you.

  6. McKel Hill on said:

    Oh my goodness I can’t wait to try all of these! SO GOOD!

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  10. Ruth from ruthandre.com on said:

    Thank you for this lovely soup recipes. The Tomato and White Bean will be first on the list to try. The photos are also very appealing.

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  12. tobeyoutiful on said:

    OMG, these soups look so good!
    I am a fan of pumpin soup!

    xoxo, Colli

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  15. Jessica on said:

    this looks extremely delicious. I have already tried it and it was great. i’ll wait your more recipes Thanks for sharing…

  16. Jacobi on said:

    Excellent ! The pesto is a must

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