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Simmer into the season: Our 7 favorite spring soup recipes


As winter’s chill yields to the warm breath of spring, the culinary landscape also undergoes a transition.

Soups, often associated with colder days, are put away in favor of more obvious spring fare. Before you write them off for the season, consider that they are more than just hearty bone warmers for the frostier season; they are a versatile year-round delight. From the crispness of fresh asparagus to the earthy richness of sweet potatoes, these soups will spring you into the warmer days ahead.

In this article, we’ll sho you how Pacific Foods brings a fresh spring twist to your soup experience!

1. Green Spring Vegetable Soup

Savor the season of renewal with our Green Spring Vegetable Soup, where asparagus, garlic and leek meld into a fragrant symphony. Perfected by Pacific Foods Organic Vegetable Broth, this creamy blend of spinach, beans, peas, avocado and yogurt captures the bright hues and fresh flavors of springtime. 

Purée ingredients with an immersion blender, season with sea salt and pepper, then garnish with microgreens. Perfect for a midday lunch on a sunlit porch, this soup showcases the best of spring in every spoonful.

See the full recipe: Green Spring Vegetable Soup

2. Creamy Carrot and White Bean Soup

Bring a touch of vibrancy into your life with this colorful creation! Sauté onions until translucent, then add garlic and ginger. Add carrots and hearty white beans to Pacific vegetable broth for delectable, lively flavors. Allow the soup to simmer, and enjoy the aroma.

After 20 to 25 minutes, when the carrots are fork-tender, blend into a velvety texture with an immersion or high-speed blender.

Ladle the soup into bowls, garnish with toasted cashews and cilantro and savor the irresistible blend of textures and flavors. The dish encompasses all the goodness of spring with fresh but comforting flavor.

See the full recipe: Creamy Carrot and White Bean Soup

3. Spring Asparagus and Spinach Soup

Feeling keen for something green? Our Spring Asparagus and Spinach Soup is what you’re after! 

Begin by simmering asparagus, onion, ginger and garlic in a pot, then add spinach and broth. Pacific vegetable broth enhances the medley, ensuring a robust and savory base.

After 10 to 15 minutes, when the vegetables are just tender, remove from heat and brighten the dish with lemon juice. 

Blend the mixture into a smooth puree, ready to be adorned with asparagus tops, fresh peas and a dollop of coconut cream. Sprinkle on salt and pepper, and indulge in the delightful combination of textures and flavors that make this soup irresistible.

See the full recipe: Spring Asparagus and Spinach Soup

4. Thai Coconut Carrot Soup

Now, for a fusion that perfectly complements the season’s allure. 

Begin by sautéing onions and carrots in a pot. Add garlic cloves, curry paste, coriander, cumin and red pepper flakes; each contributes to the soup’s bold and aromatic profile. 

Pacific Foods Organic Coconut Original Beverage, the ideal companion to this creation, adds a creamy richness.

Imagine sitting down with your family to enjoy this comfort food after a long day. However you choose to enjoy it, this spring soup recipe will help you savor those perfect-weather days to come!

See the full recipe: Thai Coconut Carrot Soup

5. Garlic Soup with Beef Bone Broth

Who says you can’t have hearty in the springtime? Try this zesty soup for a flavor fest.

Pacific Foods Organic Beef Bone Broth adds flavor and depth to this recipe with naturally occurring collagen that delivers both richness and nourishment.

Begin by roasting garlic cloves in thyme-infused olive oil, creating a harmony of golden hues and enticing aromas. In a large pot, sauté sweet onions, garlic and paprika. Introduce cauliflower florets to the spice-laden mix. 

After simmering and puréeing the broth and roasted garlic, serve this velvety creation topped with a drizzle of roasted garlic oil, a sprinkle of smoked paprika and fresh watercress leaves. Now, that’s what we call satisfying!

See the full recipe: Garlic Soup with Beef Bone Broth

6. White Bean Soup

No matter what time of year, you simply cannot go wrong with white bean recipes. 

Begin by crisping bacon pieces in a large pot.

Sauté the onions, celery and carrots in the bacon grease for unmatched flavor. Then sprinkle some oregano, rosemary and garlic into the mix.

Pacific Foods Organic Chicken Stock, the MVP of this culinary masterpiece, adds depth and savory goodness as it simmers with simple, high-quality organic ingredients. As the stock simmers, add cooked white beans and chopped chard. 

Cook until the greens are fully wilted, season to taste with salt and pepper and serve this spring-inspired soup topped with shaved parmesan. Be sure to make enough for seconds because this is one mouth-watering experience that will have you coming back for more!

See the full recipe: White Bean Soup

7. Black Bean, Sweet Potato and Kale Soup

Let’s round out this list with a real sweet and savory treat.

In a large pot, sauté onions, bell peppers and garlic, creating a medley of hues and savory flavor. Add sweet potatoes to the mix to enhance the richness of the soup. 

Our Pacific Foods Organic Chicken Bone Broth has been slow simmered with organic chicken bones, onion, apple cider vinegar and rosemary, resulting in a savory bone broth. Add the spices, black beans, farro and broth and breathe in the melding flavors.

Simmer until the sweet potatoes are tender and the farro is cooked, then introduce chopped kale, adding a burst of green goodness. Serve the soup with slices of avocado and a drizzle of hot sauce for an extra kick!

See the full recipe: Black Bean, Sweet Potato and Kale Soup

Savor the season with the flavors of Pacific Foods.

In this culinary exploration, we’ve unveiled a collection of spring soup recipes, each celebrating the season’s vibrant colors and flavors. All of which are made using Pacific’s exceptional plant-based and bone broths

Explore them all and immerse yourself in all the springtime goodness these recipes have to offer.