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These healthy and dairy-free Thai Coconut Soup Recipes are delicious, satisfying, and pack a punch of flavor that will definitely satisfy your Thai food cravings. The Creamy coconut milk adds a richness to these soups that is hard to beat!

1. Thai Coconut Soup

Thai Coconut Soup

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Vegan Thai coconut soup is a healthy and flavorful dish that is a perfect weeknight dinner. This Thai Coconut Soup by Maggie Wescott is oil-free, gluten-free, and ready in under 30 minutes. This recipe requires minimal chopping and prep work, so it comes together very quickly. In fact, if you didn’t want to pull out your cutting board at all, you could buy pre-minced ginger and garlic and rip the spinach with your hands. How many recipes can you say that about?

2. Thai Coconut Soup

Thai Coconut Soup

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This Thai Coconut Soup by Lindsey Auerbach perfectly balances the sour, sweet, salty, and spicy flavors that Thai food is famous for. It has a light, flavorful broth that is chalked full of tender vegetables. Plus, it makes great leftovers for the work week.

3. Creamy Raw Thai Coconut Soup

Creamy Raw Thai Coconut Soup

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This Creamy Raw Thai Coconut Soup by The Natural Epicurean is perfect for a hot summer day. The recipe is one that students make during their raw food classes at Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts in Austin, Texas. Now you can make it in your own home.

4. Thai Style Coconut Soup

Thai Style Coconut Soup

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This Thai Style Coconut Soup by Marie Reginato is spiced with chilis, coconut milk, lime juice, eggplant and mushrooms. A delicious soup that can be thrown together quickly and made in bulk – perfect for a weeknight meal.

5. Thai Pumpkin and Coconut Soup

Thai Pumpkin and Coconut Soup

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This isn’t your average pumpkin soup. This Thai Pumpkin and Coconut Soup by Judy Moosmueller will transport you away to the tropical paradise of a Thai beach where you are dipping your toes in balmy waters, sipping coconut water straight from the coconut, soaking up the late afternoon sun, and enjoying the treasures of Thai cuisine.

6. Sweet Potato Carrot Coconut Thai Soup

Sweet Potato Carrot Coconut Thai Soup

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It’s safe to say that soup season is in full effect, and also safe to say that bringing healthy, dairy-free soup to work for lunch is one of the easiest ways to maintain balanced eating habits throughout the week. The coconut cream base adds an unbelievable amount of richness to the already rich sweet potatoes. There’s nothing like a warm, comforting, creamy bowl of soup and this Sweet Potato Carrot Coconut Thai Soup by Sarah Baker will warm your soul and your tummy.

7. Thai Coconut Curry Soup With Spicy Sesame

Thai Coconut Curry Soup With Spicy Sesame

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This Thai Coconut Curry Soup With Spicy Sesame by Parsley Vegan is all you want it to be; it’s savory with a hint of sweetness, with a punch of flavor from all of the herb and spice ingredients. Plus, this broth pairs well with numerous toppings so you can really switch it up every time you make it! It will definitely satisfy your Thai food cravings.

8. Roasted Potimarron Thai Soup

Roasted Potimarron Thai Soup

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Made with lemongrass, red curry paste, basil leaves, coconut milk and lime juice and peel, this Roasted Potimarron Thai Soup recipe by Julie Zimmer will spice up your traditional squash or pumpkin soup and give it a taste of Thai.

9. Slow Cooker Coconut Soup with Mushrooms and Jackfruit 

Slow Cooker Coconut Soup with Mushrooms and Jackfruit

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This is a vegan version of a Thai chicken soup called Tom Kha Gai. This Slow Cooker Coconut Soup by Kathy Hester is mild, but you can add a little chili oil to spice yours up a bit. There are a few specialty ingredients in this soup, so you will need to find an Asian market where they will be inexpensive. Tamarind concentrate adds a tang, and the kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, and galangal root are the heart of this aromatic soup. It’s worth a trip to the market, and it comes together fast once you have the ingredients.

10. Thai Pumpkin Coconut Curry

Thai Pumpkin Coconut Curry

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Pumpkin isn’t only for pies! It’s perfect for a wide range of seasonal treats. This time the curry theme did the trick, and if you want a smaller potion you can divide this Thai Pumpkin Coconut Curry recipe by Travis Piper into two!

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