Fall is most definitely in the air, the days are shorter, the air in cooler, and our appetites are shifting towards more warming dishes, such as comforting soups and stews. Our Sweet Potato & Leek Dahl is a low-fat hearty lentil-based soup that brings together the warming properties of ginger, cardamon, and cumin and the subtle sweetness of sweet potatoes. And as with all our recipes, this soup is 100% plant-based, so good for you, good for the animals and good for the planet. Enjoy!
A bowl of chicken soup is like a warm hug on a cold day. Guaranteed to comfort you, and chase away a bad cold or even a bad day! Adopting a plant-based diet doesn’t mean you have to give up on this simple pleasure… Our Not Chicken Soup for the Soul is just as delicious, and you’ll take comfort in knowing it’s healthier and more compassionate than the original. Enjoy!
Cardamom, like ginger, is a natural digestive aid and detoxifier making this a perfect soup to kickstart your weekend. With their warming aromatic properties, cardamom and ginger bring this sweet potato soup to life, while the coconut milk gives it a silky smooth texture and satisfying richness. Serve this creamy soup with some crusty bread and you have yourself a wholesome meal.
A twist on the classic minestrone, this sweet and savoury soup is sure to please! Packed with sweet potatoes, carrots, spinach, and broccoli – all loaded with vitamin A and C – this soup will give your system a great natural boost. It is perfect for the whole family to enjoy on a cold January day. Continue reading “Sweet Potato Lentil Soup”
There’s nothing more comforting than a warm bowl of matzo ball soup on a cold winter’s night. Made with chickpea flour and flax, our balls are gluten free and vegan friendly. They cook up nicely with a nutty flavour and pleasant texture. We serve them in a simple veggie broth with carrots and fresh dill. Sometimes most comforting dishes are the simplest to make. I hope you enjoy these balls as much as we have.
This soup is full of taste and will warm you from the inside out. The winning combo of curry, ginger and turmeric add a kick of spice while the coconut milk softens the flavour just enough that it can be served to children and adults alike. My three year old gobbled it down in no time! Continue reading “Simple Carrot Coconut Curry Soup”