Soup Archives - earthboundfarm

Green Vegetable and Walnut Miso Soup with Soba Noodles

We love this umami bomb of a recipe from Alexandra at In My Bowl

A healthful dose of winter staving umami, this Green Vegetable and Walnut Miso Soup has quickly been a household staple. Made with a very simple, mineral rich, and immune boosting wakame and kombu seaweed broth, dutifully spiked with undertones of ginger and a deeply savory walnut and white miso paste, we take our bowls to the next level with mountainous piles of buckwheat soba noodles, broccoli and snap peas, and a heaping handful of Earthbound Farm’s tender baby kale leaves.

Chard, Fennel & White Bean Soup with Clams and Pistachio Pesto

This recipe comes to us from Aran Goyoaga from Cannelle et Vanille, who says:

“It was easy to come up with a soup recipe when Earthbound Farm approached me for a collaboration. This lemony chard, fennel and bean soup with pistachio pesto and clams is green, suggesting spring is around the corner, but hearty and warm. I was able to use a variety of their lovely organic produce for this recipe that I ended up serving for Sunday dinner with friends.”


Indian-spiced Cauliflower Soup

nowy white and crunchy, organic cauliflower is a beautiful, healthy vegetable that’s just bursting with delicious possibilities. Here we’ve simmered it in a vegetable broth seasoned with aromatic subcontinent spices to create a delightfully warming and versatile soup that’s perfect for a winter meal.

Change it up by puréeing it smooth for a dinner party or stirring in some baby spinach for a hearty family supper, and watch it nestle nicely into your seasonal recipe rotation. You’ll never take cauliflower for granted again.

Butternut and Apple Bisque

Butternut squash is simply terrific in soups. In this recipe, apples and apple cider partner with buttery squash to create a smooth, creamy bisque. The base of the soup can be made a day ahead of serving or frozen. To keep it simple, a sprinkling of fresh tarragon finishes the bisque nicely. If you have more time, chopped hazelnuts, tiny toasted croutons, or fried sage leaves would work well as garnishes.

Tomato Soup with Cheesy Cauliflower Float

A lot of tomato soups require peeling and seeding tomatoes. This recipe skips those steps because, heck, that’s what the blender is for.  Tip: Pressed for time? Skip making the soup and serve Pacific Foods Organic Tomato Soup or Tomato and Red Pepper Soup with the cauliflower floats instead.


Be still our hearts! The sweetness of beets and the silkiness of cooked cauliflower make this extraordinary soup a palate pleaser. Dotting the soup with easy-to-make creme fraiche hearts will bring at least a little smile to their lips,