With spring in full swing, the weather is starting to warm up. That doesn’t mean soup season is over, though. You can eat soup during any season! 

These yummy soups are perfect for spring. There are various options on this list, so you’ll never feel like you have nothing to cook.

Easy Ramen Noodle Soup

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Indulge in a comforting bowl of homemade ramen with this easy-to-follow recipe. In just 25 minutes, you can create a delicious meal packed with flavors and nutrients. Perfect for a quick lunch or a cozy dinner for two

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Ginger Carrot Sweet Potato Soup

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This sweet and spicy soup can be paired with charred pineapple skewers to elevate your creation. You can use fresh or ground ginger, but if you use ground ginger, you’ll want to use more than what the recipe calls for. It stores well in the fridge for 4-5 days, making it perfect for meal prepping!

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Escarole Soup

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You may notice that some soup recipes call for equipment you might not have in your home, either rendering the dish unmakeable or requiring you to buy what you need. All you’ll need to prepare this vegan soup is a stock pot or Dutch oven. How convenient is that?!

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Raspberry Gazpacho

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Here’s another vegan soup perfect for spring and summer! Frozen raspberries add sweetness and tartness that complement the other ingredients—there’s no need to buy them fresh. This variation of gazpacho almost has the consistency of a smoothie!

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Chicken Stellini Soup

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Looking for an Italian soup with ingredients that are easy to find? Don’t spend forever wandering around your grocery store! Instead, make this chicken pastina soup. Use a high-quality chicken stock or whip up your own homemade broth as the base for this delicious dish.

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Courgette and Avocado Pear Soup

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Avocado soup is rich, creamy, and healthy. Perfect for lunchtime, this vegan recipe can be part of a healthy meal plan, even though avocados are high in fat. Since avocados are comprised of healthy fats, they’ll help you feel fuller for longer, helping you go longer without snacking between meals.

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Soto Ayam

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Soto Ayam is an Indonesian chicken noodle soup. It makes a great appetizer; you can find most of the ingredients at any food store. If you’re not serving it as the main course, you don’t need to pair it with anything – soto ayam is a complete starter dish all on its own.

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Gnocchi Pesto Soup

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The dietitian behind this recipe describes it as comforting yet light. It works well as a springtime dinner on weekdays when you don’t want to cook something fancy but still crave a quality meal.

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Curry Coconut Chickpea Stew

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This colorful curry calls for coconut milk, making it easier to digest for those who are lactose intolerant. For the best flavor, use full-fat coconut milk. Besides the ingredients for the broth, everything else is optional, so if you don’t like an ingredient, don’t use it! 

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Broccoli Pea Leek Soup

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Make this broccoli and pea soup if you’re looking for a light, fresh, and veggie-filled treat. With just three main ingredients, it’s more affordable than other dishes. To thicken the soup, you could add cream or flour and water.

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Chilled Strawberry Soup

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As the weather gets warmer, you’ll probably start craving colder food. Soup is usually served warm or hot, but this one is served chilled, making it perfect for the upcoming seasons. Prepare it as an appetizer, snack, or dessert, depending on your craving. This soup is comparable to a strawberry gazpacho, but in many ways, it’s unique.

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Key West Crab and Lobster Bisque

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It’s time to bring out the slow cooker! Prepare this dish by using premade lobster outside of its shell or cooking it on its own. Save the shell for the broth since it gives the soup a more robust seafood flavor. Remember to discard the shell after cooking so you don’t accidentally eat it.

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Potato and Spinach Sausage Soup

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Based on Olive Garden’s Zuppa Tuscana soup, this plant-based version uses vegan Italian sausage, cashew cream, and vegetable broth instead of meaty ingredients. It’s cholesterol-free and low in saturated fats, making it an excellent choice for those on a healthy streak.

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Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup

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Forget about the canned cream of broccoli you’re probably used to. This recipe uses fresh ingredients to take the classic to a whole new level. Even though it’s creamy, you can still make it vegan by replacing butter with a dairy-free alternative.

Authentic Greek Lemon Chicken Soup (Eggless Avgolemono)

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Avgolemono is a Greek lemon chicken soup. It usually contains eggs, but this recipe leaves them out. The flavor is rich, authentic, and comforting, even without the eggs. You can even make it in your slow cooker if you’d prefer to make it that way. Simply throw the ingredients in and let it cook!

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Thai Pea Soup

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This Thai pea soup relies solely on your blender—no need to cook! It can be served at any temperature you’d like, but the chef behind this recipe prefers it cold or at room temperature. It is quick and easy, taking just ten minutes to make.

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Asparagus Soup

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This recipe isn’t just vegan – it’s also paleo and gluten-free, so long as your coconut milk’s only ingredients are water and coconut. Asparagus is an excellent addition to any springtime meal, and so are the rest of the contents of this soup.

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Soto Betawi

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Soto Betawi is a beef soup from the Jakarta region of Indonesia. Herbs and spices add fragrance to this dish, and milk makes it a bit creamy. If you’re watching your dairy intake, you can opt for coconut milk instead of regular milk—it won’t make this soup any less tasty.

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Canh Chua

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Also known as Canh Cua, this sweet and sour Vietnamese soup is made from scratch without being overly complicated. You can add in your choice of protein – usually fish or chicken. If you’re trying to cook a vegetarian soup, you can swap out that ingredient for tofu.

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