Nestle your hands around a bowl of cozy and creamy pumpkin soup with spinach. It’s filled with wholesome ingredients like tender cannellini beans, fresh spinach, ginger, spices, and pureed pumpkin.
Finally, this soup is dairy-free and without meat.
What ingredients do I need to make this Creamy Pumpkin Soup with Spinach?
You will need these wholesome ingredients.
Cannellini beans — I used beans from a can. It was convenient. Feel free to use the beans that you’ve cooked yourself. Also, you may swap for chickpeas.
Pumpkin puree — do not use pumpkin puree that contains spices. You need plain for this recipe.
Onion and ginger — will be the two fresh spices going into this soup.
Spices — and lots of it. There’s garlic powder, onion powder, curry powder, allspice, cinnamon, and of course, salt and pepper. The spices will be the key component of this dish. Do not swap or skip a spice!
Coconut milk — will add creamy velvetiness.
Low-sodium vegetable broth — will add more flavor. If you are looking for something light, swap for water.
Olive oil — will be used to sauté the onions and ginger. I bet coconut oil would also work. If you try that, let me know in the comments!
Fresh spinach — I like to add in some greens as much as I can. You can swap for tender Tuscan kale or simply omit this ingredient all together.
You are going to love this fall-inspired soup!
Is pumpkin puree the same as pumpkin soup?
Generally, pumpkin puree is labeled %100 pumpkin. Some may contain spices like cinnamon, allspice, and ginger.
Furthermore, the spiced versions are made to be used for pumpkin pies. With that being said, the unseasoned version can be used for anything and it is not a soup, it’s a stand-alone ingredient.
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