This creamy tomato soup recipe with crispy garlic croutons is made with pantry essentials like fresh tomatoes, fresh thyme, onion, olive oil, black pepper, and a few more others. You can’t go wrong with this recipe because it’s quick and easy. On cold fall nights when you’re craving a fulfilling soup, the creamy heirloom tomato soup recipe is for you. Topped with delicious garlic croutons for that extra tastiness.
If you’re looking for an exquisite winter warmer meal, the finest taste of this tomato soup will have you asking for extras as you serve this either for lunch or for dinner.
Why settle for basic tomato sauce when you can elevate it using this recipe? The crushed tomatoes blend well with the coconut cream (or heavy cream if you don’t have any) and topped with the crunchy croutons it will immediately become a fall classic in your household.
Now that Fall is finally here, this will certainly become my comfort food for the cold nights to come. It's the perfect soup to enjoy on a cool Fall day while admiring the foliage. I know it may be hard to imagine, but you can have this rich, consoling soup on the table (yummy croutons included) in no time!
Weather in the DMV is proof that Fall is here. It was one of those days where you just want to sit in front of the fireplace and cuddle up with a bunch of blankets. Given this, I felt the strong urge to cook up some tomato soup.
The most amazing thing about this recipe as well is that you probably already have all the ingredients with you in your pantry and all you have to do now is get up and make it!
The solution to put this soup on top of the table as soon as possible is to immediately coop the soup as soon as your golden brown croutons go out of the oven. By doing so, everything will be prepared at the same time and you’ll have a warm bowl of easy tomato soup recipe to serve on the dining table.
This creamy tomato soup recipe with garlic croutons is effortless and can be custom-tailored to your taste you can do these to enhance the flavors according to you:
This is your sign to skip the canned tomato soup and instead make this creamy soup for tonight! Perfectly paired with some grilled cheese sandwich for lunch.
As a kid, I didn't care for tomato soup. Tomatoes are good but tomato soup always just tasted so bland. I began making my tomato soup in college when I had the flu and my roommate gave me a can of Campbell's tomato soup.
I remember thinking "oh boy, not a big fan of tomato soup but let's try this anyway." I added garlic and pepper to the soup and that made it palatable.
Halfway through the bowl, I wondered how I could make it better, so I tried making it from scratch and was shocked at the result. A tasty, creamy, and inexpensive way to make tomatoes into an awesome meal. This is a fun recipe to make that I'm sure will be a hit in your home!
It’s honestly so simple to make! All you have to do is mix the ingredient for the creamy tomato soup in a large pot, stirring occasionally to make sure that it doesn’t get overcooked, add some salt and pepper and other spices, mix in the garlic and cook to perfection.
Of course, the full details of the recipe are listed below but if you’re still hesitating whether you want to make this or not, this is a sign for you to do so.
Your favorite comfort food is good for you. Before we dive into the recipe, let’s see how tomato soup can benefit your health:
And now we’re on to the good part! Read the recipe card below to know how you can make this tasty tomato soup. If you want to double the recipe, you are free to do so by measuring the ingredients properly.
I used heirloom tomatoes for this dish but I’ve also heard so many good things about the San Marzano tomatoes. I might give them a try soon in my immersion blender and add them into my vegetable broth. Now on to the recipe!
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By this time, the soup should be finished. Get a bowl and enjoy! 🙂
We loved this soup! It was so easy to make and delicious. My husband said it was the best tomato soup he ever had. Perfect for a rainy & cold day in Seattle.
I personally dislike tomato soup. But after making this recipe I asked my husband to rate it and he gave it 5 stars. "Best tomato soup I've ever had" were his exact words.