I have some delicious paleo soup recipes to help you stay healthy all year long.
They’re all simple to make, and most of them can be ready in under an hour
My love for soups might be a bit obsessive. These caveman-style, hearty soups are way too good to resist.
From simple chicken to “pasta” fagioli, I have you covered.
These 25 dairy-free, paleo soups are sure to hit the spot. Grab your pot and let’s get to cooking!
No matter what diet you’re on, a tasty chicken soup can’t be topped.
In sickness and in health, chicken soup is always there to save the day.
This is no plain chicken soup! Zoodles, carrots, and chicken galore are all swimming in a flavorful broth.
Feel free to add extra veggies to this recipe, you can’t go wrong!
A simple vegetable soup is a great recipe to have in your back pocket. This soup is so hearty, you’re sure to feel full after just one bowl.
All you need to do is simmer loads of veggies in a rich vegetable broth.
Keeping your zucchini, carrots, and tomatoes roughly chopped makes for a heartier soup.
Go ahead and pack this for lunch to fuel you all day long. The flavors get even better after those veggies have some time to chill together!
If you’re craving a crusty chicken pot pie on a low-carb diet, this recipe is for you! All that buttery goodness is piled into a bowl instead!
The comforting classics of chicken pot pie are loaded into this soup. I love the added cashew cream for an ultra-creamy stock.
This healthy version of pot pie is totally freezer-friendly, too! Store it in an air-tight container, and you can have dinner in a flash.
I know what you’re thinking, “What is minestrone without noodles?”
Let me be the one to tell you, this recipe proves you don’t need extra carbs.
Potatoes are actually friendly to paleo diets, as long as they’re unprocessed.
This recipe has hearty chunks of potato, zucchini, carrots, tomatoes, and chicken.
If you wanted to make this recipe even lower carb, simply omit the potato.
You’ll still have that scrumptious flavor you want from minestrone soup.
For the longest time, I would just eat cream of mushroom soup straight from the can. Total blasphemy when recipes like this exist!
With a little bit of effort, you can make your own creamy, earthy mushroom soup.
This recipe is full of rich flavor from added nutmeg, herbs, and coconut cream.
Enjoy a bowl on its own, or use it for creamy recipes.
Tortilla soup has to be one of my favorite soups as the weather just begins to cool.
This paleo version has all the flavor you want, and none of the carbs!
It’s light enough for warmer nights, but the spices keep it toasty enough for winter.
Roasted tomatoes and chiles, savory broth, and, of course, chicken are the stars of this soup.
Top it with some thick slices of avocado and a dollop of plain Greek yogurt and you’re in heaven.
Don’t get me wrong, I love enchiladas. But this soup is so much simpler to make, and it has all the flavor.
No more burning your fingers on corn tortillas!
Simply pile your enchilada ingredients in your favorite pot, and let your stove do the work for you.
If you’re really craving some of that corn tortilla flavor, opt for keto corn tortilla strips on top.
If you don’t order Zuppa Toscana at Olive Garden, are you even living?
This healthier version is so easy to make at home, with no endless breadsticks to tempt you!
Paleo allows for potatoes, but you can use cauliflower or zucchini for fewer carbs.
Cook the Italian sausage first, then add the broth and potatoes to soften.
Be sure you add your coconut milk with just a few minutes left of cooking.
This keeps the soup from getting a milky froth at the top.
Homemade tomato soup just hits so much harder than canned.
This creamy, bisque-like tomato soup recipe is a no-brainer for keto eaters!
With leeks, fire-roasted tomatoes, and coconut cream in the mix, you know it’s good!
Puree your soup in a blender, or use an immersion blender for fewer dishes.
Serve this with a sprinkle of fresh basil, and a cauliflower-crusted grilled cheese.
Pureed broccoli soup might just be the key to getting all those greens in one bowl.
All that rich and herbaceous flavor comes together in a flash with this recipe.
You’re just seven ingredients away from a delicious broccoli soup. I recommend using ghee for that rich, buttery taste.
Frozen broccoli makes this recipe super easy to throw together in a hurry!
You don’t have to cheat on your diet to dig into comfort food. Trust me, this soup is living proof!
The base has bacon and cashews blended in, for an extra savory, creamy soup.
For extra flavor, add some bacon crumbles and green onions on top when serving.
This soup sure hits the spot! It’s creamy, filling, and full of earthy asparagus flavor!
Creamy soups like this recipe are so simple to put together. Just boil your asparagus, and use an immersion blender to puree.
Serve this soup as a side, or add some proteins to the soup for a whole meal in one bowl!
All that beefy hamburger soup goodness in a crock? You know I’m in!
Crockpot soups are such an easy way to get dinner on the table with little effort.
All you have to do is dump in the burger, veggies, and broth and let the soup cook.
Be sure to use the tapioca starch to thicken up the soup before you’re ready to serve it.
Thank goodness potatoes are paleo, right? Who needs dairy when you have hearty and wholesome creamy potato soup?
The creaminess of this recipe comes from coconut cream and almond milk.
You could easily substitute cashew cream, depending on your tolerances.
A pinch of nutmeg adds some warmth to the soup, so don’t leave it out.
We’ve all had some variation of butternut squash soup. Let’s be honest, until now, they weren’t this good.
Creamy squash soup is a vitamin-rich meal that is only made better in this recipe.
Roasted squash seeds and bacon have a dash of cinnamon for extra flavor.
If you’re craving a more buttery soup, add some ghee before pureeing.
I firmly believe that bacon should be added to the dictionary under joy. Bacon and dairy-free, paleo clam chowder? Pure bliss.
With cashew cream, chunks of potato, clam strips, and bacon, you know this is good soup!
It’s the type of soup you want a second bowl of, but don’t have room for.
For a lower-carb variation, replace the potatoes with cauliflower florets.
Italian cooking doesn’t have to be left off the table for dieting. Just a few simple tweaks, and you’re good to go!
Simply replace your pasta with potatoes, and you have a starchy, hearty fagioli.
The veggies, herbs, and spices will soak into those potatoes so you won’t miss the pasta!
Be sure that you don’t skimp on the spices and herbs like oregano and marjoram!
One of the joys of dieting is getting to try new recipes, like this Tuscan sausage soup.
Whole30 and paleo diets are nearly identical, with natural low-carb meals.
This soup is rich and creamy with sausage, spinach, and sun-dried tomatoes in the mix.
Did you know that dairy-free cream cheese can be purchased at most supermarkets now? This recipe just got even easier.
On any diet, it’s important to add lots of omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. This recipe is the perfect seafood soup, and it’s healthy, too!
It has shrimp and white fish on the ingredient list. Tilapia, cod, or haddock are great options for fish in this soup.
If you’re observing Lent, this is a great meal to make for the whole family!
If your soul needs a big hug in the winter months, this soup is a great place to start.
Grab your fuzzy socks, a good book, and a big bowl of this soup!
In this recipe, you’ll find all of the goodness of a hamburger soup and cabbage, too.
Make a big batch for warm lunches, or make a half batch to try.
Though it’s good enough, I promise you’ll want more!
Grab your quick cooker. it’s time to make a healthy dinner your whole family will love.
Cauliflower rice, burger, and veggies in a beefy broth is the soup of the day.
For an extra time-cruncher, use frozen cut peppers and onions instead!
22. Thai Shrimp Soup
Stop what you’re doing and make sure you have the ingredients for this soup! This is not a drill.
When you picture Thai food, I hope you imagine deliciously spiced recipes.
This soup has all that warm Thai flavor, and no dairy.
It’s low-carb, Thai-inspired, and oh-so-tasty.
23. Wonton Soup
Wonton soup just got a whole lot better. You don’t need to have wonton wrappers to make this Asian soup totally delicious.
You use the wonton filling to make juicy meatballs for this soup. Add in some ginger, bok choy, and scallions, and let your soup simmer.
Not only is this even tastier than the classic version, but it’s also healthier, too!
I promise you, meatballs are made for more than just spaghetti! Italian wedding soup is the perfect example of where meatballs belong.
This recipe has tender sausage meatballs in a light broth, and plenty of greens to go around.
Make your meatballs as large as you’d like. You can’t go wrong!
Taco soup is everything you love about chili, with no carbs from the beans.
Using coconut cream to thicken the broth makes this soup so creamy and filling.
The veggies, beef, and spices make that coconut cream totally undetectable!
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