6 delicious breakfast soups perfect for autumn mornings
by Tobias • 5 minutes read
Last updated: 18 Jan, 2023
Soup, often banished to the evening time, with some people so against soup they don't even consider it a full meal and instead treat it as a side dish or a starter only. But for those open minded few that think "can I have soup for breakfast?" WE SAY YES! but the next question is invariably "what soup should I have for breakfast?" Well worry no longer, your search is at an end. We have the most delicious breakfast soup recipes all in one place, whether you like sweet or savoury, meaty or veggie. We have something for you, unless you don't like soup. In which case, you should try one of our 16 high-protein breakfast recipes to start the day right.
Bacon and egg soup
This slow cooker breakfast soup is perfect for those people that want to keep it traditional but also want to try new things. the flavours you love are still there but in a unique way. The best part? It can be prepared the night before and it'll be ready for you as soon as you wake up. An easy dish to fit into your weekly meal planning.
Chicken noodle soup
The single best cure for a cold that has ever existed, a simple chicken noodle soup, there a great many variations to this meal but in its most simple guise it's a chicken broth with noodles added. Common additions include roast chicken, mushrooms or green onions. The more adventurous among you may want to up the stakes with some chilli flakes, I would strongly recommend to keep a tissue nearby though, this combination is sure to clear out your sinuses.
Butternut breakfast soup
Eating a butternut squash before midday isn't something i'd ever previously considered, but it's truly delicious and really fits with the colder mornings as we move towards the winter. A great vegan option depending on whether or not you include the chicken stock. This soup is a filling and hearty meal that can keep you going on a busy day! Always best served with some crusty bread!
Swedish blueberry soup
A very popular dish in Sweden, this warming soup will get you ready for the day whether you choose to commute on the bus or on skis! Blueberries are incredibly good for you, they contain antioxidants called anthocyanins, which give blueberries their distinctive colour and anti-inflammatory properties. A diet high in anthocyanins is linked to a lower risk of illnesses like heart disease and cancer.
Tunisian breakfast soup
For people that love the benefits of eating a good protein source like eggs for breakfast but want to avoid the obligatory poached eggs, we have something for you. This is a slightly more involved cooking process than some of the others so may be best saved for the weekend when you can really take your time and enjoy balancing all the herbs and spices that are in this dish.
Breakfast miso soup
Possibly the simplest entry on this list. In its most simple form, a bowl of miso soup is just miso paste and boiling water. What you add to it afterwards is up to you, although we have provided a recipe to give you some idea. Your bowl of soup could include chopped green onions or thinly sliced vegetables such as radishes and carrots.
Honourable mention - bone broth
Whilst not a soup in itself, there are a myriad of benefits related to bone broth including strengthened joints and potentially even anti-aging properties! Bone broth is also packed full of vitamins and minerals whilst still being very low calorie with just 49 calories a serving!
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