One reason why I love autumn is that I get to cook more soup! This dairy free super green and super easy soup is truly amazing. It will not only warm you up but it will nourish your body with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. I’d suggest eating a green soup once a week as a cold prevention!
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If you are a parent who finds it hard to feed your kids green veg, than you need to try this green soup recipe. It is packed with goodness but the taste is mild and creamy. My husband is not a big fan of greens but loved this soup and he actually couldn’t believe it had kale in it. Heres to ‘hidden veg’ recipes for husbands 😀
This recipe is really quite simple but you could spice it up by adding green curry paste or you can play with different seasonal types of greens. I used courgettes, broccoli, green peas and kale. Vegetable stock worked for me but go ahead and use any stock or broth you like.
I used a small can of coconut cream and I saved a couple of teaspoons for the final topping. To add some texture and crunch I was planning on using roasted pumpkin seeds. Turned out I didn’t have any in my cupboard (thanks to my toddler who is obsessed with them and ate them all) so I used black sesame seeds instead. Little goes a long way. (This is such an amazing topping to sprinkle over any noodle dish!) Add chopped nuts or any seeds of your choice for additional texture.
To make this green soup more attractive for the little people and for my toddler in particular, I made little fishes toasts. What worked even better was dunking few mini crackers in the soup which Phoebe than fished out with a spoon.