Dairy Free Tomato Soup

Tomato Soup

I’ve been on quite a comfort food kick lately. I’m blaming the combination of Whole30 plus ridiculously-cold-still-weather. After one too many dishes with hearty root vegetables like sweet potatoes, parsnips and carrots, I decided to give my body a little bit of a break. Some comfort from my comfort food? Kind of! Tomato soup for me (and I suspect plenty of other people) still is really a comfort food, but it’s nowhere near as hefty as your average winter meals. I wanted to make a dairy free tomato soup that was Whole 3o compliant, I was worried that it just wouldn’t be “filling enough” for a dinner. Mr Meatified has never particularly cared for liquid dinners, either. But the addition of coconut milk in this dairy free tomato soup makes this lovely and creamy, as well as welcomingly ¬†filling, so we were both equally happy to have this for dinner!

Simple Creamy Tomato Soup
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Serves: 6 servings
 
This is a dairy free tomato soup that still manages to be smooth and creamy through the addition of coconut milk.
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Heat a large pan on medium with the coconut oil. Add the diced onion, garlic, shallots and bell pepper.
  2. Soften for a few minutes - don't let the garlic begin to brown.
  3. Add the crushed tomatoes, stock and water. Bring to a simmer and let it cook for about 15 minutes.
  4. Pour in the coconut milk and add the fresh basil; season to taste & use an immersion blender to puree the soup to the thickness you like.
  5. Let the soup heat through thoroughly before serving.

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