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36 Mind-Blowing Paleo Soups and Stews

By Jess

No matter what time of year it is or what ingredients are in season, soup is always a winner. It’s nourishing, and it’s usually use to make. Check out these paleo recipes for soups, stews, chilis, chowders, and gazpachos.

A warm bowl of hearty soup is often just what the doctor ordered, and with this big selection of soups to choose from I’m never without the perfect soup recipe for that moment.  No matter what time of year it is or what ingredients are in season, soup is always a winner. It is nourishing, and i is usually use to make. Check out these paleo recipes for soups, stews, chilis, chowders, and gazpachos.

1. Three Meat Raspberry Chili
I think the combination of chili and raspberries is pretty brilliant. This unique soup/stew is creamy with full fat coconut milk, hearty with chicken liver, bacon fat, ground beef, ground pork, and veggies, and has a mole-like flavor thanks to the cacao powder, which you cam omit for Whole30.

Vegan Garam Masala Carrot Soup
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2. Vegan Garam Masala Carrot Soup
This gorgeous and silky carrot soup is made with onions, garam masala seasoning, cayenne pepper, kosher salt, coconut milk, lime juice, and optional microgreens for topping. If you like things spicier, you can up the cayenne measurement for added heat.

3. Manhattan Cod Chowder
This lighter version of the traditional creamy dish is perfect for spring. Best part? It’s ready in half an hour! All you need is cod filets, yams, onion, celery, minced garlic, olive oil, water, broth, tomato paste, diced tomatoes, salt, pepper, and dried thyme leaves. So easy!

4. Roasted Garlic Almond Potato Soup Recipe
I don’t think I’ve ever heard of or tasted a soup quite like this one. It has an unusual ad intriguing combination of flavors, using potatoes, almond milk, veggie stock, roasted garlic, blanched almonds, salt, apple cider vinegar, and orange juice, and even a little almond extract to enhance the almond flavor. Serve with grapes or melon pieces!

5. Tomato Cauliflower Egg Drop Soup
Here’s another winning recipe that’s done in less than half an hour, and is perfect for dinner with your family. The riced cauliflower adds a lovely texture to what’s otherwise a smooth and silky sop with crushed tomatoes, egg, salt, and freshly ground black pepper.

Spring Green Soup With Sugar Snap Peas
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6. Spring Green Soup With Sugar Snap Peas
I don’t know about you, but I can’t resist a gorgeous bag of fresh greens at the farmer’s market. Even though I’m not a huge salad eater and I know they won’t get used up in time, I still buy them. This soup is the perfect way to use greens, along with peas, ginger, and more.

7. Sweet Potato, Artichoke, and Bacon Soup
I love the combination of hearty ingredients in this soup, including sweet potatoes, bone broth, bacon, artichoke heats, minced garlic, ground ginger, and green onions. The flavor is absolutely amazing, with the salty flavor of the bacon enhancing the sweetness of the potatoes.

8. Paleo Chicken and Leek Soup
Leeks add a fabulous onion-like flavor to soups, and they’re great in this soup with cauliflower, zucchini, chicken, carrots, and onions. This is like a souped-up chicken soup for the soul (see what I did there?) and it’s not short on flavor.

9. Kale Sausage Soup
We can’t talk about heart soups without talking about kale sausage soup. With protein-rich and delicious sausage, nutritious kale, and a broth of your choice (chicken, beef, or veggie), this is an easy soup with lots of garlic and onion, and the whole family will love it.

Gazpacho With Roasted Tomatoes
Photo: My Lavender Blues

10. Gazpacho With Roasted Tomatoes
Made with vine-ripened tomatoes, this refreshing soup is perfect for summertime when you need something healthy and filling but can’t bring yourself to stand over the stove. It also has cucumber, red pepper, cayenne, lime juice, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and fresh basil leaves.

11. Hungarian Lecso
This traditional Hungarian pepper stew is full of flavor with lots of bell peppers, bacon, lard, sweet Hungarian paprika, and optional brats or sausage links. If you leave out the sausage, you still have the bacon as a complement, but the flavors of the peppers are the star of the show.

12. Grain Free Matzo Ball Soup
Yes, you read that right—this is matzo ball soup that’s paleo friendly! The matzo balls are made with white potatoes and potato starch (so, an occasional indulgence) and served in a delicious chicken soup with chicken, carrots, celery, and dill.

13. Classic Back to Basics Chicken Soup
Whether someone in your home is feeling under the weather, or you’re just craving some old-timey comfort food, this classic chicken soup is perfect. You’ll need shredded chicken, garlic, olive oil, thyme, chicken broth, carrots, celery, chopped parsley, salt, and pepper.

Roasted Asparagus, Cauliflower, and Mushroom Soup
Photo: Wholesomelicious

14. Roasted Asparagus, Cauliflower, and Mushroom Soup
This fresh and green soup is perfect for spring, but it’s heartier than it seems. The mushrooms add an earthiness that is the perfect complement to fresh asparagus, and cauliflower helps make it creamy without dairy or coconut milk. Fresh basil and lemon zest add spring flavors!

15. Chicken Sausage and Fennel Soup
Made with Italian style chicken sausage and lots of veggies, this soup is sure to fill you up and warm you on a chilly night. Of course, it’s so tasty you won’t want to save it for winter. All that fennel, lacinato kale, mushrooms, onion, garlic, and other flavors will call to you all year long.

16. Nutty Cabbage Fennel Soup
This soup boasts brazil nuts, fennel, and creamy Dijon mustard. It also has a secret ingredient! You won’t taste this ingredient, but it adds a boost of healthy collagen: grass-fed collagen peptides. Cabbage, garlic, and black pepper complete the flavor profile.

17. Sweet Okra Shrimp Curry With Plantain Puree
I love this amazing curry, because it’s the perfect way to cook okra and it tastes fabulous with curry powder, shrimp, coconut nectar, coconut milk, allspice, ginger, thyme, sweet paprika, onion, garlic, and more. You can replace the diary free butter with real butter.

Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup
Photo: A Clean Bake

18. Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup
Made with pumpkin puree, onion, and stock, this super simple soup is extra flavorful with a kick of chili powder, lemon juice, and granulated garlic (a shortcut to all that mincing). The sage leaves add a lovely herbal flavor, and this soup goes down easy.

19. Paleo Slow Cooker Irish Stew
If it’s a filling and soul-nourishing stew you’re looking for, try this slow cooker Irish stew that’s made in your crock pot so you don’t have to do all the work. It’s rich with grass-fed beef, celeriac, turnips,, carrots, and onions. There’s not even a potato in sight!

20. Chorizo, Kale, and Sweet Potato Stew
This stew has a sophisticated flavor with bell peppers, garlic, curry powder, fire-roasted tomatoes, red wine vinegar, and kale. The chorizo is a little bit spicy, but the sweet potatoes help to temper the spice with their own gorgeous sweetness. Tomato sauce bring sit all together.

21. Turmeric Vegetable Soup
We’ve been talking a lot about meat-based soups, but just because you’re paleo doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a good meat-free veggie soup as well. This one has garlic, cabbage, onion, celery, zucchini, tomatoes, kale, baby spinach, ground turmeric, and more.

Thai Coconut Curry With Turkey Meatballs
Photo: Wholesomelicious

22. Thai Coconut Curry With Turkey Meatballs
This coconut curry soup is the perfect home for delicious miniature turkey meatballs. The Thai flavors of curry, basil, ginger, coconut, and Thai red curry paste are so tasty and warming, and the soup is made extra filling and nourishing with the meatballs.

23. Simple Chicken Soup
The basis for this soup is a homemade bone broth. Homemade bone broth is fabulously nourishing, and it’s full of gelatin and lots of minerals to heal your gut and keep your hair, skin, nails, and organs healthy. And it makes a delicious chicken soup, too.

24. Crock Pot Thai Chicken Curry
I love anything that cooks up in the crock pot—you all know that by now. But this Thai chicken curry soup is extra good with kabocha squash, coconut sugar, minced ginger, fish sauce, yellow onion, chili peppers, coconut aminos, and Thai red curry paste with coconut milk.

25. Spicy Tuscan Kale and Sausage Soup
With the delicious Tuscan flavors of spicy Italian sausage, red pepper flakes, garlic, and diced tomatoes, this soup tastes elegant and sophisticated. The kale adds color and nutrition, along with onion, celery, carrots, and shallots. It’s got meat, it’s got veggies, it’s got everything.

Chicken Zucchini Noodle Ramen
Photo: Get Inspired Everyday

26. Chicken Zucchini Noodle Ramen
Yes, you can have ramen on a paleo diet! Zucchini ramen, that is. This noodle soup is made with spiralized zucchini, homemade chicken stock, garlic, ginger, coconut aminos, crimini mushrooms, greens, chicken breast, eggs, green onions, toasted sesame oil, and nori.

27. African Beef Stew
This yummy beef stew is warming in the belly and full of flavor. You’ll need beef, coconut oil, curry powder, paprika, ground black pepper, cinnamon, yellow onion, garlic, ginger, orange bell pepper, tomatoes, coconut milk, carrots, potatoes, green cabbage, and tomato paste.

28. Roasted Garlic and Butternut Soup With Apple Chutney
I love super garlicky soups, and this is one of the best I’ve found. With two whole heads of garlic, butternut squash, coconut milk, curry, and a delicious cinnamon apple chutney, you know this soup is going to be good. All that garlic is great for your immune system, too!

29. Curried Butternut Squash Soup
Here’s a super simple butternut squash soup with coconut milk and curry, and it’s perfect for whipping up on a chilly winter evening to warm your belly and your soul. The ground ginger, lime juice, curry powder, garlic, onion, and chicken stock create a comforting combination of flavors.

Creamy Sweet Potato Soup
Photo: Hauté and Healthy Living

30. Creamy Sweet Potato Soup
If you like smooth and creamy pureed soups but you’re not a huge carrot fan, try his sweet potato soup made with onions, garlic, celery, sweet potatoes, coconut milk, and chicken broth. If you’re serving vegetarian or vegan friends, feel free to use vegetable stock instead.

31. Slow Cooker Short Rib Chili
This easy chili practically makes itself, and you can come home to a delicious slow cooker meal with your whole house smelling amazing. It’s made with garlic, onions, sweet potato, short ribs, cinnamon, cocoa powder, black coffee, ancho chili, and other unique chili ingredients.

32. Slow Cooker Taco Soup
Here’s another slow cooker recipe for you. It’s way easier than the whole process of making tacos! You’ll need beef, onion, garlic, jalapeno, bell peppers, diced zucchini, diced tomatoes, chipotle peppers, hot green chilies, cumin, coriander, salt, pepper, and a broth of your choice.

33. Slow Cooker Chicken, Kale, and Sweet Potato Stew
This is one of the simplest soup recipes you’ll ever make, both ingredients and process. It’s another slow cooker recipe, and all you need is sweet potatoes, kale, chicken breasts, chicken stock, salt, Italian seasoning, and extra virgin olive oil to serve.

Chicken Chili
Photo: Healthy Recipes Blogs

34. Chicken Chili
I love chili, but I’m more of a chicken gal than a beef person. This chili is perfect for me, with cumin, paprika, coriander, oregano, chili powder, crushed red peppers, tomato paste, garlic, tomatoes, bell peppers, cubed cooked chicken breast, and bay leaves.

35. Roasted Cauliflower Chowder
This creamy chowder needs only one paleo accommodation: instead of heavy cream, use the suggested cashew milk, which is absolutely delicious with the butter, garlic, carrots, cauliflower, chicken broth, celery, and red bell pepper. The whole family will love this.

36. Spicy Mussel Soup
Mussels need only to be added to a basic stock for a deliciously rich and elegant meal that is so easy to prepare. For this one, you’ll need mussels, shallots, garlic, fish stock, coconut milk, chili paste, lemon juice, Thai basil, white wine, and a cooking fat of your choice (I’d pick butter).


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