Winter makes us here at Fine Choice Foods HQ want to pull out the slow cooker and make some comforting and warm soup. Today we present to you delicious meatless soup options that you can make in your slow cooker. In a couple of hours with little work you have yourself a great meal. Put everything into your slow cooker in the morning and when you get home from work, you’ll be greeted with a warm and bubbly bowl of soup.
Loaded Baked Potato Soup from Amuse Your Bouche
All the flavor of a baked potato but in soup form. Top this soup off with your favorite baked potato toppings: sour cream, chives, cheese, or corn. Anything goes.
Split Pea Soup from Oatmeal with a Fork
Swiss Chard, Lentil and Potato Soup from Oh My Veggies
A hearty vegetable soup full of swiss chard. You can adapt this recipe to use whatever greens you may have on hand
Tomato Basil Parmesan Soup from The Girl Who Ate Everything
Who doesn’t love a smooth and delicious tomato soup dressed up with a little basil and parmesan? The recipe calls for chicken broth, but you can just replace it with vegetable. Enjoy this soup with its classic accompaniment – a grilled cheese sandwich!
Red Lentil Stew from Pinch of Yum
These red lentils cook down into a saucy and thick stew full of lentil flavor. Perfect when spread on top of some naan, stirred into a bowl of rice or just enjoyed on their own.
Cream of Broccoli and Cheese Soup from Soup Chick
This bowl of cream of broccoli and cheese soup has all the creaminess that you desire all within it, plus a little bit of healthy broccoli. Serve with a piece of crusty bread and soak up every drop.
Minestrone Soup from Simple Farmstead Cooking
A classic Italian soup, this Minestrone is made easily in a slow cooker. It’s jam packed with lots of vegetables and makes for a healthy dinner choice.
Lentil and Black Bean Soup
This Lentil and Black Bean Soup is full of hidden vegetables and nutrients so your kids won’t know that they’re eating all those veggies. Enjoy this over rice, with breadk or crackers, or just on its own.
What are your favorite soups for the winter cold?