5 Cozy Winter Soup Dishes to Keep You Warm

Last modified on January 2nd, 2018 at 5:06 pm

The OG soul food, a warm bowl of soup is one of those meals that makes everything better and is the truest compliment to the chill of winter. Easily one of my favourite dishes, every weekend Philip and I make a large pot of soup; jarring it for easy grab and go lunches and freezing it for quick and delicious dinners.

To celebrate the season of hibernating (and our obsession with soup) we’ve gathered our favourite 5 Cozy Winter Soup Dishes guaranteed to keep you comforted, satisfied and full this winter. Enjoy friends, and stay warm.
 Close up photo of a person's hands holding a bowl of soup with bread on the bowl.

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

Our plant-based Roasted Cauliflower Soup. is nutty, toasted and sweet with the perfect amount of earthiness in every bowl. The cauliflower acts like a mushroom and thickens to create a consistent, velvety and flavourful notes of soup perfection. What we love most about this soup is the simplistic beige colouring of this soup, a blank canvas easily decorated to provide another artful experience topping it with breadcrumbs, chives and cauliflower florets and a drizzle of olive oil and serve hot on a cold day.

Get the recipe for this Cozy Winter Soup here.

Close up of a bowl of cauliflower soup on a plate with bread and parsley.

Roasted Beet Soup with Fennel & Orange

Using only 5 ingredients not including oil or salt and pepper, this Roasted Beet Soup with Fennel & Orange Soup is creamy, rich and as visually beautiful as it is delicious. Beets are the ultimate winter vegetable and when roasted a natural sweetness glazes the beets and adds to the flavour of this soup. There comes a point when you realize that food really is art on a plate. For us that’s this dish. Served hot or cold, the colour when roasted, turns into an almost highlighter pink colour, sure to have everyone in awe of your stunning dish.

Get the recipe for this Cozy Winter Soup here.

Close up of hands holding a mug of beet soup with sliced radishes and dill on top.

Ingredients for beet, fennel and orange soup - orange slices, red onion slices, bowl with shaved fennel, and a whole beet with greens.
Close up of two mugs of beet soup with radishes and a blue napkin with two spoons.

Beef & Bacon Cabbage Roll Stew

Hearty and comforting with notes of sweet and sour, our Beef & Bacon Cabbage Roll Stew holds true to its Polish flavour of beef mixed with rice, rolled in a cabbage leaf and baked until tender. But unlike traditional cabbage rolls, this stew requires no prepping of the meat mixture, no rolling and no baking. The best thing about this soup, aside from eating it of course, is the scent of cabbage rolls singing from the pot of stew as it simmers and melds into the ultimate one pot and leave fall dish. Plus, swap ground beef for lentils, or brown rice for grated cauliflower or zucchini – the versatility of endless and the results are simply the same, the delicious taste of cabbage rolls without all the work.

Get the recipe for this Cozy Winter Soup here.

Mystique stirring cabbage roll soup in a black dutch oven pot.
Close up of two bowls of cabbage roll soup on a large cutting board with bread and parsley


24 Carrot, Ginger and Orange Soup

While winter is a necessary part of the seasonal change, the only downside is that the days are shorter, and the sun isn’t as present as we’d like. To battle this negative, we’ve channeled the bright and golden attributes of the sun into this 24 Carrot, Ginger and Orange Soup enlightened with freshly grated ginger and the juice of a navel orange. But note when making and enjoying this soup, one must always reference the tune of that Bruno Mars song.

Get the recipe for this Cozy Winter Soup here.

Ingredients for Carrot and Orange Soup - Orange half, basil, carrots, ginger, garlic, onion, olive oil, peppercorns and yogurt
Close up of two bowls of Carrot Ginger Soup on a napkin

Chicken Fajita Soup

This Chicken Fajita Soup is the answer to leftover roast chicken. The bell peppers and onions provide sweetness while the jalapeños and spices provide the heat to mimic the taste of chicken fajitas. Add tortilla chips, sour cream, and avocado and you have the makings of an easy weeknight dinner with leftovers for lunches worthy of #tacotuesday.

Get the recipe for this Cozy Winter Soup here.

Close up of Chicken Fajita Stew with avocado, tortillas, salsa, and yogurt.

What’s your favourite cozy winter soup?

Bon appetite,

Chef Sous Chef



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