This cauliflower kale soup with roasted tomatoes will warm you right up on a cold winter day. This meal is a perfect way to use fresh veggies from the garden. The healthy ingredients make it a perfect meal for those on a Keto or Whole 30 eating plan, too.
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This cauliflower kale soup is a gardener’s delight! With fresh tomatoes, kale, and cauliflower rice, it’s a healthy meal that can be on the table in under an hour.
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Cauliflower kale soup
Roasting the tomatoes and cauliflower in the oven for 20 minutes gives this soup a deeper flavor. While the tomatoes and cauliflower are roasting, chop the kale and basil so you’re ready to start simmering the soup as soon as they’re done.
You’ll get the best flavor with this recipe if you start with a rich homemade broth. If you’d like to make this a vegetarian meal, use vegetable broth instead of the chicken stock called for. It’s an easy-to-make substitute.
Spoon hot soup into bowls. I like to sprinkle a little extra parmesan cheese on each serving of this cauliflower kale soup. Serve it with a slice of this crusty bread for extra-level comfort food. (Unless you’re aiming for a Keto or Whole 30 meal, in which case you might want to try making this quick flatbread.)
This recipe makes four small servings. Heartier eaters may only get two bowls out of a batch. It’s great to have extra for lunch during the week, though, so you may want to double the recipe.
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Cauliflower Kale Soup with Roasted Tomatoes
Roasting the tomatoes and riced cauliflower gives this soup a deeper flavor.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Brush olive oil onto baking sheet. Spread riced cauliflower on the baking sheet with tomatoes.
Roast cauliflower rice and tomato slices on the baking sheet for 20 minutes, stirring halfway through.
After roasting, combine all ingredients in a stock pot. Cook over medium heat for 20 minutes, reducing to a simmer once soup comes to a low boil.
Use vegetable broth instead of the chicken stock for a vegetarian soup.