This vegan potato onion soup is hearty, creamy warming, and very tasty!
I LOVE potatoes, and most of my dishes start with sautéing onion, so making this soup was a no brainer! With hints of thyme and nutmeg, it is a beautiful flavour combination.
If you’re looking for a warming soup, that the whole family will love, this will undoubtedly be a winner. My not-so-excited-about-soup husband even loves it!
With most other vegan potato soup recipes out there using coconut milk or cream, you will be pleased to know that this one doesn’t use either. That’s right, no coconut ingredients in this soup!
It gets its creamy texture from the potatoes themselves, added with some soy milk and nutritional yeast for that beautiful cheesy undertone.
On that note, it’s also flour-free, making it naturally gluten-free.
How do you make potato soup from scratch?
Making this soup could not be any easier! All you need is one pot and just under an hour to make this from start to finish.
With less than ten ingredients, I imagine that most of these ingredients would be in your fridge and pantry already.
To get the full list of ingredients and instructions, keep going down the page.
This vegan potato onion soup is:
- Silky smooth
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Other warming vegan recipes:
- Vegan Mushroom & Thyme Soup
- Pumpkin and Chickpea Soup with Curried Croutons
- Hearty Vegan Minestrone Soup
- Three Incredibly Simple Silverbeet Recipes
- One-Pot French Lentil, Mushroom and Sage Stew
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