Curried Cauliflower Soup

I love healthy recipes that not only taste delicious but are simple to prepare. This curried cauliflower soup recipe ticks all the boxes: healthy, easy, and filling.

curried cauliflower soup

Curried Cauliflower Soup

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One of my most popular recipes on The Bewitchin’ Kitchen is this Whole30 Coconut Curry Meatballs. With 400,000 shares, it’s a fan favorite.

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I wanted to take some of the ingredients from that recipe and transform it into soup because it’s fall and let’s face it, soup is awesome.

Instead of red thai curry paste, I used a curry powder because I was adding limes (limes are in curry pastes) and I wanted that golden color. I also wanted to use curry powder because I wanted it to be a cross between the meatballs I mentioned above and my mom’s curry cauliflower casserole (but much healthier, as it has wholesome ingredients).

Roasted vegetables laying in a pan with cilantro and bone broth powder.

I love soups that have pureed cauliflower because the super vegetable makes everything so creamy, and being that my husband is limiting dairy in his diet right now this really helps with adding a variety of options to our meal plan.

Randa’s Tip: Roast the cauliflower before pureeing it, it brings out the sweetness.

Immersion blender in pureed cauliflower soup

I was worried about my picky eater. He thinks salad dressings are “spicy” so I didn’t know how he would react to curry. Let’s face it, pureed cauliflower soups don’t look the best either and he definitely eats with his eyes.

So when he took a hesitant bite, and his eyes went wide, I was scared.

Then those blessed words sang from his lips.

This is so good.

Oh happy day!

Cooking with Collagen

Adding collagen peptides to soup

The downside to making a roasted cauliflower soup is the lack of protein. Right now I’m on a quest to build more muscle and my protein intake is high, so to make a cauliflower soup recipe fit my dietary needs I added two things:

Benefits of Collagen

Aside from a boost of protein, adding California Gold Nutrition CollagenUP to your soups, smoothies, coffee will give you the following:

  • Eases joint, knee, back pain.
  • A whole ton of benefits for your skin. From improving skin elasticity to an improvement in the appearance of wrinkles!
  • Helps with digestive health.
  • Builds healthier nails.

In addition to CGN’s CollagenUP, you will also get a boost of collagen by using the California Gold Nutrition Bone Broth UP Protein (I use it as a base to my soups).

Overlooking three bowls of curried cauliflower soup with limes, chili peppers and cilantro.

I put in an order from iHerb for a lot of the base ingredients for this recipe (aside from the produce). It was my first time ordering from them and I was really impressed with the selection and prices. They have over 5000 grocery products and ship to over 160 countries! I’m so excited about that because sometimes when I post a receive I’ll receive emails from Australians where we don’t have some of the same ingredients, then we have to put our heads together for something similar.

Now I know I can send you guys to a store where we can get the same foods!

I spent a few hours browsing iHerb and saw they had many of my favorite brands (including my favorite protein bars) for a lot less than buying it at my grocery store.

Curry Cauliflower Soup

A coconut bowl with curry cauliflower soup in side

I’m still in shock that my son loved this roasted cauliflower soup recipe. This was such a win.

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Curried Cauliflower Soup

This curried cauliflower soup is awesome! A healthy and easy, Whole30 recipe that uses collagen peptides to up the protein in this low carb soup.

Ingredients:

Directions:

Preheat oven to 425

Roasting Cauliflower

  1. You’ll want to roast the cauliflower first by drizzling a little olive oil over the olive oil on a baking sheet and sprinkling with sea salt.
  2. Roast for 25 minutes.

Making the soup

  1. Melt the coconut oil over medium heat in a stockpot.
  2. Add the carrots, onion, celery, salt, and pepper. Stir around for 3-4 minutes, or until onion is translucent.
  3. Add the curry, cauliflower, water, and bone broth. Cover, bring to a boil, then take it down to a simmer for 20 minutes.
  4. Remove off the burner and puree with an immersion blender. If you don’t have one, transfer to a blender to puree and then add back to the pot.
  5. Add the lime, lime zest, coconut milk and almond butter. Heat through.
  6. Add the collagen, you may need to whisk to have it blend smoothly.
  7. Garnish with any additional limes and cilantro.

Nutrition Information

Yield: 8 servings, Serving Size: 1

  • Amount Per Serving:
  • Calories: 406 Calories
  • Total Fat: 31.4g
  • Saturated Fat: 21.1g
  • Sodium: 632.2mg
  • Carbohydrates: 14.6g
  • Fiber: 4.3g
  • Sugar: 6.1g
  • Protein: 15.9g
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24 comments on “Curried Cauliflower Soup”

  1. We aren’t the biggest fans of caulifloewr, but we do love curry ~ so maybe this will help us appreciate the taste of that vegetable a little more. I do love soups and, with autumn coming quickly, this will be a good one to try with a few adjustments (almond butter is a no-no in this house…food allergies)

  2. Mmm, this would be super nice with some fresh bread. I may have to make it as a comfort meal!

  3. Yum! This sounds like the perfect fall food. I would love this with a crusty bread. YUM

  4. I have never tried anything made with curry before. I am not even sure what it would taste like. I do like cauliflower so I might try this!

  5. MMMMMM! This looks so delicious! I love that the recipe uses coconut milk – I’m always trying to add that into my recipes!

    Rating: 5
  6. Wow! I didn’t even know that you could cook with collagen. That’s very interesting.

  7. This looks so delicious! I’ve never tried Cauliflower soup before but now I definitely have to taste a bowl.

  8. Yesss I needed a whole30 recipe for fall – this looks AMAZING! Love new whole30 recipes.

  9. I have made something similar. It tured out really well.

    Rating: 5
  10. I go through phases with my veggies, and I’ve been all about cauliflower recently. This soup sounds divine! I know it’ll be a staple all fall.

  11. I don’t have much experience with curry. I have a really picky eater in my home. It sure does sound good though.

  12. I’ve never tried cauliflower soup before. It’s not my favorite vegetable but you sure do make it look yummy!

    • It’s one of my favorites, I may go overboard with it sometimes haha. I love it because it takes on flavour of what you’re cooking with!

  13. This soup reminds me of warmth and comfort. With the things you added it does look delicious and pretty.

  14. The soup looks gorgeous and from the ingredients, I can tell how delicious it must be. It will be perfect with bread on the side.

  15. I’m considering making the jump to Whole 30. This looks so good! I’ve never had curry cauliflower before.

  16. My husband loves to eat soup and I am sure he is going to love this one too. Will save this and prep this later!

  17. I love cauliflower, but have never tried it in this soup before! Looks like I know what I will be making once soup season starts.

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