Pea soup is a classic comfort food! It’s hearty but not too heavy plus it can be as creamy or thin as you’d like. Whether you want to stick to a simple pea soup or jazz it up with some fun herbs, you’ll surely find the perfect pea soup for you in this list of 15 pea soups!

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1. Split Pea Soup

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This Split Pea Soup by Molly Patrick is cheap, easy, and delicious. You’ll love the robust flavors!

2. One-Pot French Canadian Split Pea Soup

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This One-Pot French Canadian Split Pea Soup by Julie Zimmer will help you cope with those long, cold, wintery days. Warm, thick, and smokey, it is the ideal comfort food! It’s a healthy meal, high in plant protein, minerals, and vitamins. One generous bowl will fill you up and warm you up. It’s also easy to make; all ingredients go into one big pot.

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3. Curried Split Pea Soup with Root Veggies and Ginger

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This Curried Split Pea Soup with Root Veggies and Ginger by Jenny Marie is the perfect hearty soup to fight the winter cold. Fresh ginger root gives this soup some extra spice and makes it quite unique!

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4. Split Pea Soup

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This Split Pea Soup by Rouxbe is made with just a few ingredients: green split peas, onions, carrots, and celery and a few herbs and spices. This healthy, hearty, and comforting split pea soup is so easy to make that we are sure it will become a staple recipe.

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5. Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup

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This Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup by Stacey Isaacs makes awesome leftovers and it’s the perfect winter comfort food. The slow cooker gives this soup the perfect balance between chunky and creamy so it’s well worth the wait. Plus, this soup is extremely healthy and will help with your digestion.

6. Yellow Split Pea and Corn Chowder

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This Yellow Split Pea and Corn Chowder by Power Plates is a perfect marriage of split pea soup and traditional corn chowder. The split peas give the soup body and nutrition, along with a gorgeous golden color. Meanwhile, adding Cashew Cream to the finished soup gives it a rich, creamy, luxurious texture. For the best result, serve it with crumbled Tempeh Bacon and chives on top.

7. Savory Split Pea Soup

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This Savory Split Pea Soup by Charlie Rioux is so rich and satisfying. The celery, leek, garlic, and parsley only aid in enhancing the already delicious flavor of the split peas! It is a great meal for a cold fall or winter night!

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8. Creamy Pea, Spinach, and Cashew Soup

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This Creamy Pea, Spinach, and Cashew Soup by Jo Pratt is a beautiful way to prepare a sometimes ugly-looking dish. The spinach helps the green of the peas become more vibrant, while the cashews add a delightful creaminess. The ingredients also add to the overall nutritional value of the soup which is an added bonus!

9. Slow-Cooked Split Pea Soup With Homemade Croutons and Coconut Bacon

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For this Slow-Cooked Split Pea Soup With Homemade Croutons and Coconut Bacon by Larice Feuerstein, split peas and potatoes are cooked in a savory broth, then served with crunchy homemade croutons and smoky coconut bacon. This soup is filling, stick-to-your-ribs, chock full of protein, fiber, and full of flavor. What could be better than throwing a bunch of ingredients into one pot and returning to a perfectly cooked soup?

10. Asparagus and Pea Soup

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This Asparagus and Pea Soup by Harriet Emily is light, simple, and utterly delicious. The base is made from crisp stalks of asparagus and sweet little peas and the other seasoning is simple, with some vegetable stock, mixed herbs, and a generous helping of ground black pepper to finish.

11. Creamy Pea Soup

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This Creamy Pea Soup by Natasha Minocha is hearty yet light on the stomach and easy to prepare. With just six simple ingredients, this pea soup will keep you warm and full in a pinch!

12. Minty Pea Soup

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This Minty Pea Soup by Charanya Ramakrishnan is light and refreshing! Potatoes give this soup a rich and creamy texture, and a generous cup of spinach creates a bright green color. The smooth consistency and fresh flavor make this a must-try for any season.

13. Curry Pea Soup

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This Curry Pea Soup by Kristina Humphreys is comforting and warming on a chilly day. This soup has a velvety texture and a wonderful flavor. The aromatic spices add a nice touch of heat to combat the crisp temperatures outside. This creamy dish is very easy to whip up in a blender or food processor in a matter of minutes. Just quickly steam or boil your peas then throw them in whatever food processor/blender tool you have along with the spices and voila–creamy, velvety, and warming curry soup in no time!

14. 6 Minute Green Pea Soup

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This simple 6 Minute Green Pea Soup by Rosalie Livingstone is one of the best ways to get near-instant gratification. It takes only six minutes to get this light and tasty meal on the table. It’s great as-is, or you can jazz it up with a number of herbs, spices, and other add-ins.

15. Creamy Green Peas and Almond Soup

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This Creamy Green Peas and Almond Soup by Valentine Goltara is made with fresh green peas and homemade almond milk. Serve this soup with a side of warm toasted bread and enjoy its subtle flavors. Garnish with fresh herbs, sliced almonds, and coconut yogurt for extra creaminess.

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