Here are 9 of the best gluten-free soup recipes to warm you up from the inside out. I like making soup. I think it’s because it is usually relatively easy to make. Sometimes all you have to do is dump and stir. I also like the way all of the flavors blend together.
It is also easy to make a larger batch than usual and freeze it. That way you can have an extra meal later on when you need a quick, easy healthy meal, which seems like pretty much all the time for me. Besides, don’t you think soup is just one of those perfect comfort foods you can make all year round when you need a pick-me-up?
I hope you like all of my best gluten-free soup recipes, whether it be beef, chicken, crock pot, instant pot or in the pot on the stove recipe. Some of these recipes have to be just what you’re looking for.
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Healthy Gluten-Free Soup Recipes
1. Best Healthy Smoky Vegan Black Bean Soup – My Natural Family
Black Beans – Onion – Bell Pepper – Green Chilis – Tomatoes – Olive Oil – Cumin – Chili Powder – Garlic – Broth – Real Salt – Cilantro – Avocado – Salsa
This is made from scratch and has a deep smoky rich flavor because it’s cooked all day in the crockpot. I like to make a big batch so I can use it a ton of different ways for other meals throughout the week.
I like to not only serve it as a soup but I also like to serve it on top of nachos, put it on taco salad. I also like it drizzled on hot dogs and I use it as a dip for flatbread. I like to serve my Easy 4 Ingredient Spelt Tortillas with it.
Making your own tortillas is so easy you wouldn’t believe it. I made this with dry black beans but you could make it with canned black beans. Just don’t follow the directions for soaking them then just add the beans after the vegetables are sauteed.
2. Easy Taco Soup Recipe with Ranch Dressing – My Natural Family
Ground Beef – Tomatoes – Kidney Beans – Cheese – Tortilla Chips
This is a favorite gluten-free soup of my whole family. When I say my whole family I mean not only my children but also extended family. When we have a family party this is one of our top go-to recipes. Adults and kids alike love it.
My mom makes this every other week because she has to eat gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free. This is one of the few meals she can eat and she depends on it. She just leaves out the toppings.
This is so so easy to make and it’s still Clean. You just open a bunch of cans of beans, tomatoes and tomato sauce, add some spices and ground beef and you’re done. Let it simmer for a few minutes and BAM dinner is ready just like that.
3. Pork Chili Verde Crock Pot Recipe – My Natural Family
Tomatillos – Anaheim Peppers – Olive Oil – Pork Roast – Onions – Garlic – Oregano – Cumin – Paprika – Chili Powder – Real Salt – Cilantro – Green Chilies – Chicken Broth – Lime – Avocado
This is the best to make and eat on a cold winter day. The meat is easy because all you do is cut a pork roast into pieces. This is made in a crock pot but you could easily simmer this in a covered pot on the stove top for about 2 hours.
This is definitely one of my favorite chili recipes. I made this for my brother’s wedding dinner and everyone loved it. He told his new wife that I am a really good cook. Thanks Bro!
4. Creamy Potato and Ham Soup – The Real Food Dieticians
Onion – Celery – Carrots – Leek – Garlic – Red Potatoes – Chicken Broth – Thyme – Ham – Kale – Real Salt – Black Pepper
Ham and potato soup is always a favorite. The kale and leek add some interesting flavors and color to this creamy soup. You could always leave them out if you don’t think you’ll like them.
5. Crockpot Spicy Sausage Split Pea Soup – Ari’s Menu
Olive Oil – Garlic – Turkey Sausage – Split Peas – Carrots – Celery – Onion – Parsley – Bay Leaves – Chicken Broth
Growing up my mother always made split pea soup. Her’s is a little different but not a lot different. She likes to use Italian Sausage because the flavor of the spices in the sausage makes it really good.
If you don’t eat dairy-free add milk in place of the chicken broth. Mom always put everything in the blender except for the meat. It was nice and creamy and the kids liked it better. She would cook the veggies and split peas until they were done.
Then she blended them. Then she added the cooked sausage and the milk, heated it until it was the right temperature. Then we all scarfed it down.
6. Easy Chicken and Rice Soup – Iowa Girl Eats
Onion – Carrots – Garlic – Olive Oil – Real Salt – Black Pepper – Chicken Breasts – Chicken Broth – Rice
This looks so easy to make and is a wonderful substitute for a traditional chicken noodle soup. It’s kind of fun that my mom had never heard of chicken and rice soup until she married my dad. He ate it all the time. Now my mom likes it better than homemade chicken noodle soup and not just because she has to eat gluten-free.
7. Southwest Chicken Detox Soup – A Spicy Perspective
Chicken Breasts – Onion – Garlic – Olive Oil – Green Chiles – Tomatoes – Chicken Stock – Cumin – Crushed Red Pepper – Turmeric – Carrots – Cabbage – Broccoli – Avocados – Real Salt – Black Pepper
The southwest flavors in this sound really good to me. Wouldn’t it taste good with some corn chips or Fritos on the side? After all, they are gluten-free. I love that idea.
8. Ground Turkey Soup with Veggie Roots – Primavera Kitchen
Olive Oil – Ground Turkey – Garlic – Italian Seasoning – Real Salt – Black Pepper – Red Onions – Carrots – Parsnips – Celery – Chicken Broth – Tomato – Green Onions
Of course, you can substitute ground beef in place of the ground turkey if you’d like to. You can always leave out the parsnips too if you think they’re a little weird. This is a really healthy soup, sure to cure whatever ails you.
9. Lentil Brown Rice Soup – Vegan Richa
Lentils – Brown Rice – Oil – Cumin Seeds – Mustard Seeds – Bay Leaf – Onion – Garlic – Fresh Ginger – Green Chile – Turmeric – Paprika – Garam Masala – Coriander – Chipotle Pepper – Black Pepper – Tomatoes – Lemon Juice – Bell Pepper – Carrots – Broccoli – Spinach
I realize this has a lot of ingredients and some people don’t like lentils. But it looks so good and might be worth the time to make it. After all, if you think you don’t like lentils maybe you should try making this. You could possibly change your mind. It doesn’t look like the lentil (brown) soup my grandma used to make. This has some flavor added to it. Aren’t spices wonderful?