Quinoa Soup is not only gluten-free, it is comforting any time of the year. It’s one of those savory, healthy soups you want to curl up with when it’s cold outside or you are not feeling well.
It’s cold in many parts of the world in December and January. After a long day of work or being out and about, it’s nice to come home to a comforting meal.
It’s even better when that meal only has eleven ingredients, is healthy, and super easy to make.
I make my quinoa soup with chicken. You can easily swap out the chicken broth for vegetable broth and the chicken for tofu to make this a vegetarian dish.
Just make sure the tofu you use is certified gluten-free.
My youngest daughter loves soups. It doesn’t matter what kind of soup it is, or what’s in it. She will eat it. I love that she is adventurous and likes to try new foods.
Gluten-Free Quinoa Soup is one of those soups that you can add additional ingredients to, to switch it up.
My daughter likes to put mushrooms in her quinoa soup, while I like to let mine rest over spinach until the spinach starts to wilt.
Since going gluten-free we don’t eat past as often. We do like quinoa pasta, but have found other wonderful meals that we can enjoy that don’t require pasta.
We switched out the noodles in our favorite homemade chicken noodle soup for quinoa and now we only eat it that way.
You can easily use noodles in this recipe. It’s just as amazing.
If you are looking for a great chicken noodle soup recipe, my friend Michelle at My Gluten-Free Kitchen has a comforting Busy Mom’s Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup that you’ll love.