I just can’t get enough of soup this time of year, and mushroom is one of my favorites because of its earthy flavor and hearty nature. While some don’t prefer the chewiness of cooked mushrooms, I LIVE for it! 🙂
Mushrooms have some serious bragging rights too. They are full of B-vitamins, trace minerals, and vitamin D, and also serve to boost the immune system. Think of this soup as not just a meal, but a potion to help keep colds and flu bugs at bay.
I altered this recipe (just a tad) from bitesofwellness.com and served it with a beautiful arugula salad topped with pulled rotisserie chicken, goat cheese, chopped veggies, and alfalfa sprouts. Talk about filling! It’s one of those meals that nourishes to the core. I’ve said it before, your body gets satiated from nutrients, not calories. This soup is a testament to that fact.
30-Minute Immune-Boosting Mushroom Soup is vegan and both gluten and dairy-free, so it can be enjoyed by the entire family! If you aren’t a mushroom fan or if the mushrooms are simply too much for you to handle in the sliced form, try dicing them up into itty-bitty pieces and see how that works for you.