10 Delicious 30 Minute Tomato Soup Recipes You’ll Love

Tomato-based soups are a much-loved favorite. They are easy to make and very versatile. And with tomato being the main ingredient it brings a lot of flavour and benefits to the table.

We have put together this list of 10 of the most delicious recipes for tomato soup that are ready in 30 minutes or less. 

10 Delicious 30 Minute Tomato Soup Recipes You’ll Love

1 – 30 Minute Tomato & Basil Soup

This recipe is really easy to make and is only 113 calories per serving – perfect for anyone trying to lose weight. For more low-calorie soup ideas you can check out our favorite diet soup recipes.

Tomato and basil is a classic combination of flavors that come together perfectly in this soup.

The onions and garlic are fried in olive oil to start off the soup, creating a classic savory flavor for the base of the soup. Canned tomatoes are added along with fresh basil, bay leaves, and vegetable broth.

It is finished off with a little cream to give the soup a silky, thick texture. This soup is packed with healthy nutrients and full of Mediterranean flavor.

2 – 30 Minute Roasted Red Pepper & Tomato Soup  

You can have 4 servings of healthy tomato and red pepper soup prepared in just 30 minutes with this easy recipe (see also ‘10 Best Creamy Broccoli Cheese Soup Recipes You’ll Love‘). The soup is rich, creamy, and packed with flavor.

The recipe saves time by using roasted red peppers from a jar, along with a can of fire-roasted tomatoes, to add a smoky flavor. The soup is flavored with pepper flakes, paprika, and fresh parsley.

Chicken broth is added to the soup for a savory flavor, and it is nice and creamy due to the heavy cream added at the end. Finish it off with a sprinkle of crumbled feta cheese. 

3 – 30 Minute Dairy Free Tomato And Basil Soup

You don’t need to use dairy products to create a rich tomato and basil soup. This recipe uses coconut milk to create that creamy and silky texture. You can use olive oil or avocado oil – whichever you prefer.

The garlic and onions add a deep, savory flavor to the soup, and you can add chicken stock or vegetable broth if you want to make this recipe vegan. Make sure you use fresh basil rather than dried to get that lovely, aromatic flavor from the herbs. 

4 – 30 Minute Curried Tomato, Chickpea & Coconut Soup

A curried tomato soup makes a nice change to the usual flavors, and it is very warming on a cold winter night. This recipe is vegan and gluten-free, and packed with delicious flavors. It uses curry powder and fresh chilies to create warmth and a deep flavor.

The chickpeas are high in protein, and the coconut milk makes the soup wonderfully creamy. You can choose whatever broth you fancy, but if you want the recipe to be vegan, then make sure it is plant-based.

Try to use fire-roasted tomatoes if you can find them. 

5 – 30 Minute Vegan Tomato & Coconut Soup

This is a tasty vegan soup that is ideal to whip up in a hurry when you have friends coming over for dinner. It makes four servings, but you can double the quantities if you are cooking for a larger group.

The fresh garlic and ginger are fragrant and punchy, creating a wonderfully complex flavor. The soup is also flavored with cumin, coriander, cayenne pepper, and turmeric. The turmeric creates a warm, golden color that makes the soup very appetizing.

Coconut milk adds a creamy texture and the lime juice really lifts the flavors with a zingy note. It is a simple recipe that will impress your guests. You can serve it with naan bread or flatbread. 

6 – 30 Minute Italian Tomato & Sausage Soup

There is nothing better than a hearty Italian soup to warm your soul on a cold day. This soup is the ultimate comfort food, and it is really quick to make.

The Italian sausage is herby and flavorsome, the tomato sauce is rich, and the cannellini beans are high in protein and dietary fiber. This is a well-balanced meal with flavors of garlic, onion, basil, and a salty chicken broth. 

7 – Sun-dried Tomato Soup In Less Than 30 Minutes

This soup takes less than 30 minutes to make, so you can have it on the table in no time. It is suitable for vegans as it is made with coconut milk rather than cream. This gives it a silky texture and a creamy flavor but without the use of dairy products.

The sun-dried tomatoes offer a different flavor to traditional tomato soups – deep and tangy. Fresh beefsteak tomatoes are also used for contrast and sweetness, creating a perfectly balanced flavor.

You can garnish the soup with basil and season it with salt and pepper. 

8 – 30 Minute Instant Pot Tomato Soup

If you have an instant pot, then you will love this recipe. You should also check out how to make our instant pot clam chowder or our instant pot paleo chicken tikka masala.
But if you don’t have an instant pot, you can still make the recipe. It comes with instructions for how to make it on the stovetop, too.

Whether you want to make a big batch of soup to eat for lunch throughout the week or you are feeding your family, this recipe will be a big hit. Serve it with some warm ciabatta bread on the side. 

9 – 30 Minute Tomato & Lentil Soup

Adding lentils to your tomato soup is a great way to make it more filling and nutritious. Lentils are high in fiber and important micronutrients, and soup is a great way to add lentils to your diet.

The red lentils also bring out the warm color of the soup and create a thicker texture. You can add as many extra vegetables as you want to in order to make this soup even healthier – This recipe uses celery, carrot, leek, and sweet potato. 

10 – 30 Minute Tomato Soup Au Gratin

If you are looking for an easy appetizer to cook for your next dinner party, then this recipe is ideal. Serve the soup in individual ramekins to really impress your guests. The gratin topping makes the soup extra special. 


Tomato soup doesn’t have to be boring, and it doesn’t have to take a long time to prepare. These quick and exciting recipes will make tomato soup your new favorite meal. And if you still crave more, check out our second healthy tomato soup recipe list.

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