Classic Tomato Soup

Classic Tomato soup is an all time-tested comfort food to me. I personally prefer it to a bowl of chicken soup, but that’s just my preference. The original recipe calls for canned San Marzano tomatoes, but if your grocery store doesn’t carry them, you can use a different brand or better yet, even fresh.

Needless to say, it cries out for the perfect quick weeknight meal or after a long busy weekend. And makes for great leftovers for lunch during the week pair with a salad or tuna salad. You busy moms may also even like that it’s very friendly on the budget and can be made in under 30 minutes.

Comfort soups that are healthy and delicious

What if I told you that you could enjoy that delicious comforting soup without adding in the butter or heavy cream  and without sacrificing any of the flavor? Too good to be true, right? Guess again…


It’s time to check out this healthified, veganized, tomato creation! As part of the exciting news I announced over the weekend, we are motivating our plates and kicking up our cooking in the kitchen to bring you new meal ideas every day!

This recipe is so simple…

Classic Tomato Soup Recipe

Classic Tomato Soup
Serves 4
Prepare the dazzle your taste buds with this healthy, clean eating (insert your favorite word here) tomato soup. Savory and satisfying, this soup will have you begging for more.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
30 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 Tbsp Olive Oil
  2. 1 medium yellow onion, diced
  3. Himalayan salt
  4. 2 garlic cloves, minced or pressed
  5. Pinch of red pepper flakes (optional)
  6. Small handful of celery leaves
  7. 1 (28-ounce) can whole peeled tomatoes in their juices
  8. 1 1/2 cups low-sodium chicken broth or water
  9. 1/3 cup cashew milk
  10. Freshly ground pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Place a medium saucepan over medium-low heat and add the oil. Add the onion and a big pinch of salt. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the onion is completely soft, about 7-10 minutes. (If at any point the onion looks like it’s beginning to brown, reduce the heat.) Add the garlic and optional red pepper flakes.
  2. Increase the heat to medium and add the tomatoes, celery leaves and their juices to the pan. Add the broth or water and bring to a simmer. Cook at a medium simmer until the tomatoes begin to fall apart, about 10 minutes. Stirring occasionally.
  3. Remove the soup from the heat and carefully purée the soup directly in the saucepan using an immersion blender, or use a countertop blender, carefully puréeing the soup in a couple of batches until smooth.
  4. Return the soup to the burner over low heat and stir in the cashew milk. Add black pepper, then taste and adjust the seasoning with additional salt or pepper as needed. Serve in warmed bowls, as is or topped with the garnishes of your choice.
Notes
  1. You can also try using coconut oil instead of olive oil and almond milk instead of cashew milk.
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Classic Tomato Soup

Can you believe how quick and simple this soup is?! What a great way to enjoy a flavorful soup and turn an unhealthy dish into a nutrient dense meal without the butter or cream.

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Noel is a CEO and Mother of 4 who can be found blogging from her home office, who’s passionate about family, nutrition, fitness and supporting others reach their health & fitness goals. Noel uses her blog to share about simple, healthy recipes, nutrition tips, walking, workouts and a little sprinkle of life! She created Noel’s Kitchen Tips teaching families how to make budget friendly meal and healthy recipes. She’s blessed to have the opportunity to be able to teach busy moms and families how to use food and cooking as a means of bringing family mealtimes back to the table and stay healthy.

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