30 Minute Tomato Basil Soup
Fresh, delicious and really quick to make. 30 Minute Tomato Basil Soup is comfort food in a snap with fresh tomatoes (or canned) and basil that has a long, slow-cooked taste. This soup is about as fresh tasting as you can get. Thickened using beans which makes it dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan.
The seasons are changing and it’s time to start thinking about the cozy comfort foods for the fall and winter seasons. For most, it’s time to start eating soups (or if you’re like me you’ve been eating them all year long).
Creamy Dairy-Free Tomato Soup
This tomato basil soup has a secret ingredient that not only makes it very creamy, but it’s vegan and dairy-free. To give the soup thickness, creamy cannellini beans are added. You know how thick and luscious canned soup is? This is what the beans do to this soup.
Second to Chicken Soup (or first for some) I think tomato soup is the most comforting of soups. It’s what I always asked for when I was feeling under the weather when I was growing up. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.
We all know that tomato soup and grilled cheese go hand-in-hand. I have a recipe for the most amazing TRIPLE grilled cheese sandwich. Using 2 cheeses on the outside and 1 cheese on the outside. Yes, cheese the outside of the bread. Makes it so good and crispy.
Fresh or Canned Tomatoes for Tomato Soup
Fresh or canned whole tomatoes can be used in this 30 Minute Tomato Basil Soup, but because of the time of the year, they’re not as sweet as juicy as summer tomatoes. This is where a can of good, whole tomatoes comes in. You can use crushed also, just make sure there are no other ingredients in them.
If you can open a can of soup, you can MAKE THIS SOUP. Make a big batch over the weekend, freeze it or keep it in the fridge for those late work nights. You’ll be glad you did.
Low Calorie Tomato Soup
This soup is a really low calorie meal and the beans make it filling and add healthy fiber. Great for almost any diet plan you might be following.