A winter staple! Tuscan White Bean Soup is thick and creamy thanks to blended beans (no heavy cream!) and loaded with fresh veggies and parmesan cheese.
Is it just me or do the holidays already feel like forever ago?
On Monday, as if having to wake up early and go back to work wasn't hard enough after a week and a half of vacation and living in slippers, winter came out of nowhere and smacked me across the face. I woke up to snow and below freezing temperature here in Pittsburgh. The unusually warm weather we experienced in December is long gone, so now I'm hunkering down and mentally preparing myself for a few months of cold.
One benefit to these freezing cold days: it encouraged me to make soup. Nothing takes the chill off like a hot bowl of delicious soup! I love this Tuscan White Bean Soup for so many reasons. It's a thick and creamy soup with rich texture and great flavor from lots of beans and fresh veggies. Plus, if you happen to be sticking to a New Year's Resolution and trying to eat healthy-ish, you should know that Tuscan White Bean Soup has a thick and creamy texture without any cream (the texture comes from blended white beans).Print
This post was updated in January 2019 to include new recipe photos.