10-Minute Paleo Tomato Soup

10-Minute Paleo Tomato Soup

This may be the fastest soup I’ve ever made. I was looking for something quick, warm and comforting, but still gluten-free and paleo-friendly. I put together a few ingredients I had in the pantry, blended everything until it was velvety smooth and brought it to a quick simmer. The result was an almost instant paleo tomato soup with intense tomato flavor and a hint of heat and garlic.

I used canned tomatoes since fresh tomatoes are out of season (and I didn’t have any in the house). This soup is really all about the tomatoes, so it’s important to use the best quality tomatoes available. For canned I always go with organic tomatoes. I like Muir Glen Organic and they always have them at my local grocery store. See the Cook’s Illustrated canned tomato taste test here for a review of the major brands.

10-Minute Paleo Tomato Soup

Yield: 4 servings

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add all ingredients to Vitamix or blender and blend on high until smooth.
  2. Pour soup into saucepan. Bring to a rapid boil, cover, reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes to blend flavors.
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  1. robert ingrassio says

    All I can say is wow! Great site and very neat recipe`s. Bob has been sharing your info since I have been reading Wheat Belly and I think you topo would enyoy it . Lots of thing that relate to you. Since I do all the cooking i think you have some things I must try. Good luck with this venture.

  2. lazypaleo says

    I really can’t understand all of these paleo tomato soup recipes using canned tomatoes. Chopping some fresh ones would not only be healthier but would only take a minute or two more to prepare.

    • says

      I make a fresh tomato soup as well. It takes a little longer since I sauté the tomatoes first to develop the flavor, especially if they are not in season. Canned tomatoes are a great shortcut if you get an organic, BPA-free brand. Mark’s Daily Apple has a guide to BPA-free canned foods.

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