Lazy Day Vegan Tomato Bisque

Lazy Day Vegan Tomato Bisque

The most luscious tomato soup out there! Delicious, creamy, rich tomato bisque that is dairy-free, oil-free and comes together in less than an hour!

If there is one food at the very top of my list that I love to eat above all things, it would be soup. I am the type of person who could eat soup every single day of the year, whether it's freezing outside or burning up in the middle of summer. I love holding a warm bowl of soup in my hands, sitting on the couch and savoring every single bite. It's so simple, yet something I enjoy immensely. This vegan tomato bisque is a new favorite.

One thing I don't enjoy, is long drawn out recipes, especially when I'm starving. The majority of my recipes are super simple and rather quick. Some require a bit more time, like my Smoky White Bean Potato Stew and the super popular Spicy BBQ Lentil Loaf. Sometimes, the extra time require is necessary for a particular recipe. But during the week, and most days, I need things quick. I have a very busy schedule and a 4 year old with me, literally, 24/7, so I need simple recipes.

So, when I was reminiscing about the Tomato Bisque I used to devour back in my pre-vegan days, I wanted it immediately. But a big ohhhhh nooo did I feel like fooling around with running to the store to buy tomatoes and more importantly, fiddling around with roasting them and that extra time involved. So, this amazing Lazy Day Vegan Tomato Bisque was born. 

Oh Lordy, get ready to add this to your favorites...because even though it's super simple and ready in less than an hour, it's so darn delicious,  I nearly ate the whole pot myself. I served it with some broiled bread and OMG, it was as enjoyable to me as eating chocolate, for real. I love tomato soup. I love the tangy bite from the tomatoes and the creaminess and slight sweetness that balances out the tangy tomatoes. You would never believe that it is dairy-free and oil-free. It's just like I remembered.

So, to create that creaminess and slight sweetness that a truly good tomato bisque has, I used a teensy bit of pure maple syrup and cashew butter! Yes, cashew butter is the miracle worker again. In case you don't know what I'm referring to, check out my 20 Minute Vegan Alfredo. That has shot right up to being one of the most popular recipes I've ever written. I hope all of you are keeping cashew butter on hand now, right?

This recipe is ridiculously easy, you simply chop up some onion, 3 carrots and some garlic and throw everything into the pot and let it cook. Then blend it until creamy and serve. That's it. Couldn't be easier. I also have a little tip for you, if you don't already do this. I buy bags of onions, then chop them all up, measure them all out each by 1 cup and keep them stored separately in ziplock bags (1 cup in each bag) in the freezer for quick dinner time. So, for this soup I just grabbed a baggy and threw it in my pot. So, all I had to do was the carrots and garlic, which just took like 3 minutes. From start to finish, it is all ready in less than an hour. 

While it's cooking, slice up some bread and broil it and you are good to go. I was in such a happy place eating all of this.

So, enough talking, here's the recipe. As always, I LOVE to hear from you below, so after you make it, please leave feedback below on the blog, so it's tied to the recipe. It means so much to me. If you take a pic, I'd love to see it as well. You can tag me on Instagram @thevegan8 using my tag #thevegan8, so it saves to my page and  I don't miss it! Hope you all love this Lazy Day Vegan Tomato Bisque

Lazy Day Vegan Tomato Bisque

Yields 6

This amazing tomato bisque has that signature tangy bite from the tomatoes and the creaminess and slight sweetness to balance out the tangy flavor with a touch of maple syrup and cashew butter. This bisque is dreamy, creamy and oh-so addicting! It all comes together in less than 1 hour.

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Ingredients

  • 1 cup packed finely chopped yellow onion (140 g)
  • 3 long carrots, peeled and thinly sliced in rounds (140 g, should be about 1 cup sliced)
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic (8 g, 3-4 large cloves)
  • 3 cups (720 g) tomato puree/sauce (I buy mine in a glass jar and it has a little added salt, that's it. I wouldn't suggest the metal canned tomato sauce b/c they have a yucky metallic flavor)
  • 2 cup low-sodium vegetable broth
  • 1/2 tablespoon dried Italian herbs blend (found in the spice isle, make sure it is red pepper-free, or the soup will be spicy)
  • salt & pepper (1 teaspoon fine sea salt and 1/4 teaspoon black pepper)
  • 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup raw cashew butter (I make my own here )
  • optional, but recommended: bread for toasting and dipping
  • Note: If you are allergic to cashews, then I would suggest adding 1/2 cup cooked/mashed gold potato instead at the end when blending. I would ONLY suggest this if allergic, as the cashew butter is what makes this soup so darn creamy and amazing. It's not going to be quite the same with the potato, nor have that slight sweetness, so you may need extra syrup if you go the potato route. I have not tested it with the potato, so please let me know if you try it!

Instructions

  1. Add all of the ingredients, except the cashew butter to a pot. Stir well and turn to high heat. Bring it to a boil and once it starts boiling, stir once more and then cover with a lid and turn the heat down to medium-low. Let it cook covered on medium-low for 25-30 minutes until the carrots are very soft. Stir a couple of times during and to check on the carrots.
  2. Once the carrots are tender, turn the heat off. Very carefully pour the soup into a blender, it's HOT! (I used my Vitamix) and add the cashew butter. Blend on high until completely smooth and creamy. Taste and add anymore salt or dried herbs. Mine didn't need anymore salt because my tomato puree already had mild salt. Feel free to adjust.
  3. Pour into bowls. I liked to add extra dried herbs and freshly ground black pepper on top and serve it with toasted bread. I simply sliced some bread and broiled it and that's it. Enjoy!

 

 

94 Comments

  1. I love that you add cashew butter to this soup, as you know that is one of my favorite nut butters. How cool is that you making are homemade version. I love all the ingredients in this recipe, from the carrots to the tomato sauce which adds so much flavor to the soup. All your pictures make me so hungry, these look so inviting and stunning as always and that color is incredible, beautiful. I’m always up for easy and fast recipes! 🙂 I mean I have no desire to stand long in the kitchen and then only to eat when I’m starving! 🙂

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      You are so sweet Florian! So kind of you to say all that, I’m so happy you love these pictures! I love the color of this soup too!

    • So great! I am an expat living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, so health foods are a little difficult to come by. I had everything for this recipe except for the cashew butter! I was able to find roasted cashew butter (for an arm and a leg) with sea salt. I tried this in the recipe, and it still tasted great!! I also was not able to get my hands on maple syrup so I used 1 tablespoon of brown sugar instead. And added one yellow potato to the mix to thicken up the soup. Even with these modifications, it turned out wonderfully. So delicious and healthy. Thank you!

  2. Mmmm yea! Some good toasty bread and this soup….cuddled up on the coach 😉 PERFECT weekend lazy meal!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Yes, I agree, perfect for lazy and rushed days!

  3. This sounds amazing…I would try it with the cashew butter

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you! I like it better than the rich dairy version I used to get at restaurants!

  4. Brandi – I love all your recipes – simple with lots of flavors. You are awesome. Happy Holidays!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      That is so sweet Nancy, thank you! I love simplicity!!

  5. How clever to use cashew butter for creaminess instead of whole cashews!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Becky! I know they are technically the same thing, but I don’t know how to describe it, it just tastes slightly different and creamier. Cashews release it’s oils as it’s turning into cashew butter so it just tastes better when adding to things, versus just blending up straight cashews right away.

  6. You are so sneaky with that cashew butter, but so smart! The fact that it just takes one pot and one blender and 30 mins means even I would do it. And that’s saying something for a savory recipe. I think the toast sticks are drawing me in too. I love bread with soup, brings in that dip like vibe 🙂 The carrots make for such a wonderful color and I’m sure flavor as well! None of your recipes are really hard, but I’m loving the super easy style 🙂

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Haha, thank you Natalie! I was dipping lots of breadsticks in it, SO GOOD!! One of my favorite soups I’ve created to date now…funny, it was on the fly just like my alfredo and they both were with cashew butter and turned out amazing! I usually am not successful on first attempts, lol!

  7. DELICIOUS! I’m with you about soup. I always say if I were to request my last meal it would be some kind of soup! LOL! Carrots in tomato soup is soooo good. Bring a lovely sweetness. And I love that you used cashew butter. How easy!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you Jenn! Yes, I made another one in the past with sweet potatoes instead (super low-fat) and it was good, but not NEARLY as good as this one. I agree, the sweetness from the syrup and cashew butter and carrots are so necessary to balance all that acidity from the tomatoes…nothing worse than too much tomato!

  8. Wow that looks amazing and comforting and delicious. Yummy. I will make it with potatoes for myself but I can have my friends try it with cashews. Looks like it is going to be another fabulous and delicious recipe. Thanks so much. 🙂

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Hi Christina! Thank you! It’s so delicious! Definitely try it with the potato and let me know! The flavor will still be delicious, just less rich!

      • I will certainly let you know. I wanted to make this recipe last night actually but I ran out of time because of last minute holiday errands. So I am going to make the soup tomorrow or Wednesday and I will for sure let you know how it comes out with potatoes. I am very much looking forward to this recipe the weather is perfect for it. 🙂

        • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

          Don’t know if you saw the review above but one reader made it with tofu (instead of cashews) with success! I personally haven’t tried it but I do know tofu can make things creamy too. 🙂

  9. I actually very rarely eat soup. It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s more like the rest of my household doesn’t see it as a full meal and I’m just too lazy to cook two things for dinner 😀 but this one looks so rich and creamy!!! I need to give this one a try and see what my other half has to say about it. If your past recipes are any indication, it’s going to be an easy win 🙂 Plus I love how fast it comes together!!!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Aww that’s so sweet of you Lucie! And thank you for your kind comment on Facebook about the photos. Oh gosh, I could live off soup, lol! Plus, if a soup is hearty enough, especially many I make with potatoes, it most definitely fills you up as a full meal 🙂

  10. This looks absolutely delicious! My 4yr old loves anything with tomatoes so this will be perfect for him 🙂 PS: Made your Vegan Alfredo twice last week 🙂

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Woohoo, you rock Vanessa! So happy to hear you all are loving the alfredo so much, so wonderful!

  11. Brandi, this soup reminded me immediately of Le Madelon’s. It is that good. As Im sure you know, that means a lot. It tastes as if it has pounds of cream in it, but is dairy free and super yummy with just a hint of sweetness. Everyone, including my 14 yr old son, loved it.

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Estee! I’m so happy you loved it better than la Madeleine’s! I saw your pic and comment on Facebook about it and I’m so happy your hubby and son both loved it too! And like I said on Facebook, so ironic you mentioned la Madeleine because that is the exact one I used to devour all the time and loved so much. I definitely love this one more too, doesn’t hurt that it is healthier too! Thank you for making it so fast!

  12. Mmm… cashew butter makes everything better 🙂 Beautiful soup!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Audrey! And I’m glad you love the rustic look (saw your FB comment)! Thanks sweet lady!

  13. Oh, man!!! I’m totally drooling!!! Soup is our absolute favorite…which is why we have a day of the week dedicated to making soup. I NEED to try this! It looks insanely creamy and I’m pretty sure I’d devour a couple bowls in a sitting. I hear ya on the toddler 24/7 situation…I wouldn’t change it for the world, but quick meals are a definite must! Looks amazing, Brandi!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Mandy! It’s soooo good, I hope y’all love it!

  14. Short sweet and yummy
    I’m a soupoholic and they save so much money using up vegetables that have past their prime.
    Tomato is one of my own favorite throw together too.
    I’m thinking of using this tonight and I’ll add a little lentil to the mix and call it a meal.
    Ohhhh yeah!
    Merry Christmas Brandi ❤

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Angela!! Merry Christmas!

  15. Easy, fast, and healthy soup is the best. This sounds so perfect for a cold winter night. And I love the tip about freezing pre-cut onions. Thanks, Brandi!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you Linda! Oh, no problem! It saves SO much time. I do the same with peppers, bell peppers and jalapenos. Makes for fast dinners, which I need. 🙂

  16. I love blender soups and creamy tomato soup is a must all winter long!

  17. I made this soup tonight and couldn’t be happier! I have been craving a creamy tomato soup so much but thought I would never find a vegan one. It was easy to make, I followed the recipe exactly and just want to thank you so much for sharing it.
    Can’t wait to make it for my non vegan friends. They will be amazed.

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Yay! So happy to hear this Mary! We are pretty much obsessed with it around here, my hubby and I used to LOVE the dairy version from La Madeleines so he was amazed at it too, haha! Thank you for the feedback!

  18. This bisque looks totally delicious. I am a massive cashew butter fan and always have a jar on the go. It’s so versatile and perfect for so many recipes as you have proved here.

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Mel! It’s been a huge hit already, really tastes better than the dairy version I used to eat, so I think you’d love it too, especially since you love cashew butter!

  19. Hi! Thanks so much for this recipe, my kids asked for more!!
    I wanted to let you know that I subbed Tofu for the Cashew Butter and it was creamy and delish!
    Keep posting!!! 🙂

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      So awesome to hear the tofu subbed wonderfully in place of the cashew butter! Thank you so much for letting me know! SO glad it was a hit!

  20. I made this tonight and it was incredible! This is by far the best soup I have ever had! It tastes like it came from a restaurant! The best part is my husband and preschool age kids loved it too!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you SO much Gina for such wonderful feedback! Wow! What a compliment, thank you very much for making it and your sweet comment!

  21. I just made this for my wife and she was so impressed. Our tastebuds are still dancing! Thanks so much for sharing an awesome recipe. Delicious! I’ll post a pic on Instagram.

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Wonderful Mike! I’m so happy to hear that you and your wife both loved it so much, thank you so much for making it!

  22. That looks amazing! Brandi, you photography skills are beyond amazing. I literally crave this now!! I wish you would like closer! xxxx

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Aww thank you so much Hedi! You are way too sweet!

  23. Gin

    This looks amazing Brandi! I’m glad to read it works great subbing the cashews with tofu, I think that’s how I’ll try it too. I can’t wait to give this a try!

  24. WowWoWOW!! Love those photos again, Brandi!!
    This soup looks awesome, plus I think I need to check out that miraculous cashew butter too 😀

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      So kind of you, thank you so much Howie for the compliments!

  25. This looks so creamy, Brandi! 🙂 I love tomato soup and I’ll definitely try your recipe soon!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Sina!

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  27. Brandi – you have the best vegan recipes – always simple and delicious. Thanks for sharing. I’m going to have a big bowl of this over the weekend!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      So incredibly kind Nancy, thank you so much!

  28. Love it! I want to make it this weekend… what sort of tomato puree/sauce? I’m always confused when it comes to the different types of tomato products 🙂

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Hi Cyndi! Just a tomato sauce in a jar or box, it is simply pureed tomatoes. 🙂 It is in the isles of canned tomatoes but I wouldn’t buy canned tomato sauce because it has a yucky metallic taste.

      • Ok, I found 2 different ones!
        Now how do I make cashew butter? I tried the other link, but I don’t see it

        • I found it!! 2 cups, food process for 10 minutes or until butter 🙂

          • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

            Yay! Saw your comment on Facebook, thank you so much Cyndi! 🙂

  29. Oh wow I really loved this soup. This soup was so easy to make but yet it had so much flavor. I could eat this soup everyday. I made it with potatoes instead of the cashew butter and I think it came out perfect. 🙂 It’s probably not as creamy as the version with cashew butter but that didn’t bother me at all. It’s a delicious soup and I liked the texture. Yum.

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Christina for the wonderful feedback and your pretty pics on Instagram you shared! I’m beyond thrilled you loved this soup so much and even happier that it was still so good with the potatoes! Thanks so much for taking the time to leave feedback, it is much appreciated!

  30. Yes, we had this for lunch today! My non-vegan husband said it was the best tomato soup he’d ever had! I actually made it Thursday.

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Wonderful, wow, what a compliment! Thank you so much Lisa!!

  31. This looks so creamy and satisfying!

  32. Wow, this looks amazing Brandi! I’m almost afraid to make it. I have a horrid tendency to eat absurd amounts of soup and this one sure would pose a serious threat 😀

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      haha, yes! It’s VERY addicting!

  33. Ooh baby, the hubby and I are scarfing this down right now. Fabulous, creamy, flavorful- jackpot! Tomato soup, potato soup, and bean soup are my all-time favs and your blog has AMAZING recipes for all three. Thanks, Brandi!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Yay! SO happy to hear Colleen, and your comment made me smile big, thank you so much! Love hearing your feedback, always!

  34. OMG! Absolutely unbelievable! It tasted exactly like the the non-vegan one I use to eat at a restaurant that I loved during my pre-vegan days moons ago. I can’t wait to try more of your recipes!!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Oh I love to hear that Candy because that was my exact goal! I loved the dairy version I used to eat so much and now that I’m enjoying this new one and it be actually healthy and guilt-free, is so exciting. So happy you loved it just as much, thank you for the feedback!

  35. I bought everything for this soup, so excited to come back and cook it for dinner last night! And then I realized I bought ‘raw almond butter’ instread of cashew…Still GREAT! Haha I’m usually a stickler for following a recipe exactly…but this came out incredibly yummy! I like how the nut butter smooths out some of the ‘tang’ ususally associated with tomato soup. My husband gives it two thumbs way up too!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Haha, oh so funny! I’m so glad to hear it still turned out yummy! Almond butter will definitely give a different flavor, but still glad it was delicious. Definitely try it with cashew butter next time and it will remind you of the dairy version exactly! So glad your husband loved it too! Thanks so much for the feedback!

  36. This soup is the bomb. If you live in TX, you know Le Madelon and this soup is hands down better than that soup…it immediately reminded me of that and I haven’t had that soup in years. You really captured the balance of tomato and sweet goodness. My son couldn’t stop eating it and I made it with Vegan grilled cheese – so delish.

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Estee for such wonderful feedback, I loved reading it and agree it’s better than that soup, lol! That was one of my favorite soups and I was so happy to get that same rich dairy creamy taste, without the junk. So happy you all loved it too!

  37. I MADE this tonight!! Brandi it’s delicious! Ok…so confession…I went grocery shopping, intending to make this recipe exactly as indicated, got home, and realized I thought I had a lot more than I actually did at home. So although I really wanted to make the recipe as indicated above, I unfortunately had to make some modifications based on what I had…but it still turned out delicious! I used fresh vine-ripe tomatoes instead of tomato puree, and plain water instead of vegetable broth since I didn’t have either. Because of this, I did end up having to add a little more salt to balance out the sweetness from the carrots and cashew butter at the end, and a tiny bit of lemon juice since I didn’t have tomato puree/sauce. But regardless…this turned out delicious! It’s also the first time I’ve made my own cashew butter…so good! I typically use cashew cream to make creamy soups, but using cashew butter was great! Thanks for the awesome recipe…my kids called it “cheese” soup, and my husband and I loved it as well. I’ll be sure to post a picture soon on IG!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Wonderful to hear Anjali! And those are such minor adjustments, so you would still end up with the same flavor as I did by doing what you did, so great job! I’m so glad you loved it, thank you so much for making it! It’s our favorite soup lately!

  38. I’ve just made up a batch of this soup in my Morphy Richards soup maker and it turned out perfectly! (For those of you with the soup maker you know you have to meet and certain minimum and maximum for it to work out – the ingredients listed provided the perfect amount.) I had to use roasted cashew butter as it’s all I had on hand, but it’s absolutely delicious and done in just 21 minutes. I added the cashew butter in the last three minutes of the soup maker’s cycle and I’m now fending off the children. I should also add that I am not normally a lover of tomato soup but I am really enjoying this 🙂

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Wow, thank you so much Ashley for the wonderful feedback, I truly appreciate it! So glad it was a hit!

  39. I just finished making this soup and I am blown away. It is hands down the best tomato soup I have had or made. I try out a lot of recipes online but this was delicious and I felt the need to leave a comment. This soup was super easy, simple ingredients, and quick. This is your second recipe I have tried and I am truly impressed. Can’t wait to try more recipes.

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Wow, thank you so much Karla for the feedback! You made my day! I’m so happy you loved it so much, thank you!

  40. Made this soup not long ago & it was a hit! SO yummy. I followed your suggestion to use mashed golden potatoes if needing a substitute for the cashew butter – it turned out great!

  41. Oh my goodness, this soups is AMAZING! I’ve been vegan for nearly a year now and one of the things I really miss over here in the UK is Heinz’s cream of tomato soup. It was always one of my favourite winter comfort foods but I’ve been unable to find a vegan version or even a vegan recipe. When I saw your photos for this soup I knew I had to try it as it looks just like it. So I finally got round to making it last night and it is!! It’s so delicious!

    I made a couple of amendments.. I didn’t have any cashew butter so I used 1/3 cup of cashews instead (I couldn’t be bothered pouring the hot soup in to the Vitamix so I just used an immersion blender and it worked fine, I didn’t even soak the cashews!) I also halved the maple syrup and salt and it was perfect.

    It’s the best soup ever as not only is it delicious and healthy but it also has the added bonus of being so quick and easy to make 🙂

    Thank you SO much for this recipe! Even my hubby who says he doesn’t like tomato soup stole a bowl and loved it!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      So wonderful to hear Lianne! I’m so happy you and your hubby loved this soup so much! I love hearing the feedback, so thank you for letting me know!

  42. Brandi!!! This soup was aaaahhhhmazing!!! I’m talking lick-the-bowl-clean kind of amazing. I love how quick this was to throw together and the fact that it has plenty of veggies in it. SO creamy, too! My only complaint was not doubling the recipe…it didn’t live to see a second day. Willow approved, too, which is huge considering she’s insanely picky about tomato soup! The color of this soup was also amazing…so bright and vibrant. Just wonderful, my friend! Can’t wait to make it again! xoxo

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Yay! Thank you so much for the awesome feedback Mandy! I’m so happy you loved it so much, that made my day! We can’t get enough of it either! Thanks so much for making it and sharing it on Instagram too! 🙂

  43. Yummy, Yummy, Yummy! Life couldn’t be better when I am serving this soup! Even my omnivore fronds love it. Need to figure out a cheezy sandwich to go with it. Oooh, what an addition that would make. We have been having beautiful weather, but rain may be coming at the end of the week. Guess what I will be making for dinner! Thank you for our wonderful recipes!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      So awesome to hear this is such a hit, thank you so much for the amazing feedback!

  44. Brandi-I finally made this and it turned out fabulous! The cashew butter made this so rich and creamy! Even my husband, who is not a fan of traditional tomato soup, enjoyed this! I served it with toasted spelt sandwich bread (again, your recipe) and it was wonderful! Thank you for these amazing recipes!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Yay! I’m so happy to hear that Lacey! Makes me even happier to hear you made it with my sandwich bread too, so awesome! Thank you for the feedback!!

  45. Brandi, I feel like I’m stalking your website! I just posted yesterday on your brownies recipe and now I am posting on here! Haha! I just made this tomato bisque soup today and it’s DELISH! It reminds me of Panera’s tomato soup. Once again you did it again!!!

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so very much Lindsay! I’m so happy you are stalking my site, haha, and loving my recipes so much! I LOVE hearing from you and reading your feedback! SO keep them coming! So happy you loved this!

  46. This got major thumbs up from hubby and me. I actually have never had tomato soup that I can recall. I made it for my mom (who I was visiting) who adores tomatoes–but we loved it so much I want to make it again when I get home. Yum girlie–perfection!

  47. I usually don’t leave comments on recipe websites, but I have to say that this is the BEST homemade tomato soup that I have ever made in my life! I used leftover tomatoes from my garden, and they worked just as well as using a tomato puree! I also used almond butter instead of cashew because that is what I had on hand, and the consistency and taste is amazing beyond belief! Thank you so much for posting this wonderful recipe! 🙂

  48. Wow this looks like a bowl of heaven! Love nutbutter in soups and stews 💚

    • brandi.doming@yahoo.com

      Thank you so much Karoline!

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