Looking for some awesome vegan tomato soup brands that are dairy free? You’re in the right place! In this short guide, we’ve got 6 you can choose from standard to creamy varieties.
Let’s check out the soups…
This one is obvious and you can pretty much find it anyhwere! It has that classic taste, but you can always add you’re spin on it, so you’re not just getting the same old, same old. Some people have even used this in casseroles and bakes because it has a lot of natural flavors and goes well with just about anything.
This must be for avid soup lovers because I’ve never seen soup in a k-cup, nor would I even think that was a real thing. It’s basically just a broth, as you couldn’t get vegetables or anything like that through a coffee machine. And it has all the flavor of a real soup just not the texture. So, if you like the nits of lentils and vegetables this isn’t for you, but if you like soup in a cup, it’s perfect.
This soup has fit some big flavor in a little box. It has a natural tanginess from the tomatoes, and the basil makes this soup extra savory. This goes great with a vegan grilled cheese and can be a nice filling snack or a satisfying dinner. Adding your own seasoning kicks this soup into overdrive.
This wouldn’t be a comprehensive tomato soup list without a ready to eat tomato-based chili chili, and Dr. Fuhrman’s has some of the best I’ve ever tasted. It has the right bean to soup ratio, and even though it doesn’t have any tofu or chick’n, the medley of vegetables provides all the texture and taste you need.
This soup is good, but it does lack a little in the taste department. Which may be attributed to the soup being low fat. It does have a great texture and consistency though, and the chunks of tomato make it that much better. You can always add your own spices and flair, to kick this up a notch.
This is another West African treasure. This is not your average Campbell’s tomato soup, this is a medley of spices and rich vegetables, pureed to perfection. It has a taste like it has come fresh from the gardens of West Africa. It is a little spicy but it’s just a tiny kick, nothing too hot.