Move over oatmeal, breakfast soups are the new way to embrace chilly mornings.
If you’re not eating breakfast soups, you’re truly missing out!
Sweet or savory, breakfast soups are warming, scrumptious, and full of nourishment.
While breakfast soups might not be so common in America, they are a tradition in many cultures. And a fine one at that!
Slow cooker breakfast soup is a great place for newbies to start. For the more advanced, dive right into Caldo de Costilla.
There are even a few for summer, too!
Grab a bowl and ladle, as you’ll need them.
Want a classic eggs, bacon, and potato breakfast but don’t have the time? Throw on a pot of this slow cooker soup.
Before you go to bed, toss your breakfast in the pot with some chicken broth and let it cook overnight.
Then, wake up and smell the bacon because breakfast is ready.
Healthy eating habits begin with breakfast. So skip the greasy griddle and whip up a clean eating bowl like this brothy soup.
This 10 minutes meal features cubes of tofu, shredded carrot, and scallions swimming in an umami broth.
It calls for white miso, making the flavor is more mellow and nutty.
It’s light and simple, making it an excellent choice for when you need some sustenance without a bloated belly.
Jammy eggs are the best in soup, but I never would have thought to make them like this.
Two of those soft and slightly running boiled eggs get plopped into the broth with all sorts of immune-boosting properties.
There’s cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, bone broth, and coconut milk.
It’s anti-inflammatory, protein-rich, and good for immune function. Add some cayenne and it will help with congestion, too.
Whether you’re feeling under the weather or want a healthy soup, this is a great one to add to the mix.
Fresh and wholesome, this Colombian breakfast soup is a vegetarian delight.
It’s brimming with ripe tomatoes, fresh cilantro, and green onions.
Perhaps the most interesting part is the broth. It’s a combination of milk and water with some eggs dunked right in.
For serving, add a slice of sourdough bread or two.
If you’re feeling adventurous, you’ll want to try some authentic worldly breakfasts like this Thai soup.
It’s a classic breakfast staple that’s very savory and umami.
The shrimp gets a coating of a garlicky herb paste and de-glazed with some stock.
The shellfish are then served up in a broth base with jasmine rice.
You won’t want to skip the garnish for this one. Toss on some fried garlic, green onion, and cilantro to make it pop.
I have a feeling you’ve never had bacon and eggs quite like this. This rustic creation is how I envision a small-scale farmer making breakfast soup.
It’s packed with equal parts bacon and eggs in a low sodium broth. There’s some spinach tossed in for extra nutrition and chili pepper flakes for spice.
All the goodness gets served up with artisanal sourdough bread. Life is certainly good on the farm!
I have a good hunch that savory oatmeal fans will be all about this soup. It’s full of rolled oats, veggies, and a very clean broth.
And when I say clean, I mean it!
Water is the base that’s seasoned with garlic, ginger, and chili flakes. Throw some dried herbs in with a hint of lemon at the end.
For the veggies, you can use whatever you’ve got hiding in the freezer. As long as it doesn’t take long to saute, it works for this soup.
Summer and soup might sound like a no-go, but when it’s full of blueberries, it’s a total yes!
This Swedish creation is jam-packed with blueberry goodness. It’s sort of like a cross between blueberry sauce and syrup, except in soup form.
Since it calls for frozen blueberries, this is great for the winter, too!
For more substance, a handful of granola and a dollop of Greek yogurt pair well with this yummy bowl.
This West African-inspired soup takes one of your favorite breakfast items and turns it into a decadent bowl.
Unsalted peanut butter gives it a creamy base that’s spruced up with tomato paste, garlic, ginger, and hot sauce.
It’s got a handful of collard greens and peanuts too. It also goes great with rice if you’ve got a big day planned.
Why save noodle soup for dinner when you can have it for breakfast? These slurp-worthy noodles are full of energy to start the day off right.
It has a mess of buckwheat noodles and fresh veggies in a zippy egg white-infused broth.
Like most soups, there’s also some wiggle room when it comes to choosing veggies.
You can use what you have on hand or opt for this incredible mix. It includes cabbage, broccoli, bean sprouts, cherry tomatoes, and more.
A hearty, meaty soup isn’t your typical American breakfast item, but it is in Colombia.
This soup is a meat and potato lover’s breakfast dream. It has a large chunk of short rib, thick slices of potatoes, and a handful of carrots.
It also has an incredible broth to match. It’s amazing how some spices, garlic, and scallions can turn a water-based broth into a flavorful concoction.
This soup-like porridge will be your new Christmas morning tradition.
Quick oats get doused with almond milk, cinnamon, pecan, and a touch of brown sugar.
To make it even more decadent, it has a topping of leftover cranberry sauce and caramelized onions.
There’s no need to wait for winter to bust out a breakfast soup. This one is all about the fall.
Aside from the obvious, this cozy breakfast bowl is garlicky, slightly spiced, and has a wonderful aroma from the sage.
It’s super creamy too, so I know you’ll love it!
While this soup looks very American, it’s actually a Hong Kong favorite.
It’s sort of like a mashup between a macaroni dinner and a continental breakfast in an umami broth.
There’s no doubt it’s a bit unusual, but I think the family will love it.
Trade in your green breakfast smoothie for this zucchini soup. It’s completely dairy-free, making it a great choice for an eggless breakfast.
The ingredients are minimal and you’ll love the combination of garlic and ginger.
If you want to make this vegan, opt for veggie broth instead of chicken.
This rustic Tunisian bowl has more going on than meets the eye.
There are chickpeas, salty capers, tons of garlic, diced bell peppers, kale, a dollop of harissa paste, and more.
I love how a slice of crusty olive bread soaks up all the deliciousness. And it has hard-boiled eggs on top!
Need a no-cook breakfast for a hot summer or busy morning? You can’t beat this.
Grab your blender and toss in some avocados, lime, cilantro, garlic, and more.
You’ll have a refreshing avocado gazpacho in minutes that really hits the spot!
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