Cream of Mushroom Soup ~ Dairy-Free & Gluten-Free

This delicious dairy free mushroom soup is not only easy to make, but it's delicious and pretty much a copycat version of any canned soup out there.

Dairy Free Mushroom Soup

Using simple ingredients like almond milk and fresh sliced mushrooms, this fresh and tasty soup will have you so hooked you won't ever want to buy canned soup again.


Turning My 'No Way' into "More Please"


In past posts that included mushrooms, I have shared that my love for mushrooms did not come easily. For years I would avoid anything, and I mean anything, that had mushrooms. If it had mushrooms in it, on it, or even around it... I was not eating it.

That all changed though when I started eating a more plant-based diet and kind of forced myself to try Portobello mushrooms. Once I tried them, I was hooked. My taste buds also started liking other mushrooms like cremini and button, so now I'm all about the mushrooms.

Dairy Free Mushroom Soup

Dairy Free Mushroom Soup


Dairy Free Mushroom Soup

Simple And Easy Can Be Delicious


Making homemade soup can take a recipe from just being OK to be absolutely AMAZING.  With just a few fresh ingredients, you can make just about any soup right at home.

Dairy Free Mushroom Soup

The first time I made this recipe I kept thinking I was missing something. For some reason I expected a dairy-free version of a soup would be extra difficult to make. I'm not sure why I thought this, but I'm glad I went ahead and tried it anyway.

Dairy Free Mushroom Soup

Even with just a few ingredients, this recipe packs quite the punch when it comes to flavor. Rich, creamy and simply delicious.

From Me to You


I am so excited to share this recipe with you. It's not a creative, brand new kind of recipe, but it is one that I know just about anyone can make and enjoy.

Dairy Free Mushroom Soup

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Dairy Free Mushroom Soup

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Dairy Free Mushroom Soup


Dairy Free Mushroom Soup

 
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Comments

  1. This looks so velvety and luscious. I could go for a bowl right now!

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  2. I need to try this! Love cream of mushroom soup and haven't had it years due to my food allergies.

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  3. I can't believe we're already in soup season! This looks so creamy and delicious. A must try for sure :)

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  4. The umami flavor of mushrooms adds so much to any dish. I bet this soup is fabulous! Can't wait to try it this fall.

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  5. This looks so good! I avoid mushrooms, too, but trying to add more in my life. Love the owl bowl, btw!!!!!!

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  6. I love that this is dairy-free. Yum!!

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  7. I've never thought to use my cashew/almond milk in soup!! Sounds so good.

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  8. love cream of mushroom soup! This looks delish

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  9. Sounds so easy! How could you not want to make your own?!

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  10. Ha ha. Thanks Jessica. I know. The first time I made this, I was thinking.. OK, that was way to easy.

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  11. Thanks Rebecca. It really is very yummy.

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  12. Thanks Emily. The cashew milk makes it really creamy in my opinion.

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  13. Ha ha. Thanks! My mother in law gave me those bowls and I love them! Mushrooms are definitely an acquired taste. Start out with Portobello's. Those are the best.

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  14. Thanks Chrissy. Yes, the flavors definitely pop with this recipe.

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  15. Thanks Abbey. Here in Florida we are still sweating it out quite a bit, but I'm trying to be prepared for when the weather does break and it does become soup weather. LOL.

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  16. Thanks Nicole. Yes, it's sooo good and totally allergy friendly!

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  17. Thanks Kelly. It's so good! Definitely luscious for sure!

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  18. Thanks Deborah. I'm excited too. Just waiting for this Florida weather to break a little.

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  19. I would like to try this soup, at Miller Place I'm endeavouring to omit the onions since I'm allium-free. It's true, there are some delicious gourmet vegan recipes, I endeavour to use barley flour since I'm a gluten-free vegan. Perhaps for such a thing as flour I'll do my shopping online, and wait, since no one can find it at Woolworths, and since I'll get it in the mail, I'm not cooking for anyone until the flour's obtained. I got sick in the belly for the last time, and as in the first place, wanted to be vegan, that means I'll have to eat lots of nuts, mushrooms and to get enough vitamin B12, omega 3 and iron in the diet. I won't be anaemic, in fact man was never meant to eat animals and this brings the truth to my attention. Beliefs look so fake but I'm sure they're the real deal because of my gastritis-based weak stomach. I can't eat gluten, period, that's the protein I discovered making me sick.

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  20. Thanks so much for stopping by. Finding what works for you can be an uphill battle sometimes for sure. What one person can tolerate may not work for someone else. Sounds like you are being very proactive. I hope this mushroom soup recipe works for you!

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  21. I looked for a healthy alternative to the canned cream of mushroom soup for my husband and me. And, our daughter-in-law is both gluten and dairy free so that was also a reason to find an alternative. I made the soup with a quarter cup less milk, a cup less broth and some gluten-free cornstarch to achieve the consistency of the condensed soup for the iconic green bean casserole recipe. My skeptical husband, who is also the home chef, was bowled over with the results! A staunch gluten, dairy eater, he found this to be a totally acceptable substitute to the can. Yay!

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  22. Karen!!
    Thank you so very much for taking the time to come back and comment. I love hearing from others that try the recipe. I am so glad it worked for you and that it's husband approved!! That's a bid deal!!
    I also love your adjustments. Making it thicker is a great idea.

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  23. I just made it and it's the best mushroom soup I've ever tasted!
    I used half the butter; and when I did the immersion blender I did it for a shorter time so there was more chunk in the soup - sooooo delicious!
    Linda

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  24. I just made this soup, eating it as I type! It's delicious. I used a mix of glutenfree flours (what I had in ghe cupboard) and almond milk. This is allready a favourite and a keeper. Thanks Mikki.

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  25. Hi Alexandra!
    Wow! Thanks so much for coming back and leaving a comment!! I love hearing from people that enjoy making this soup!
    SOOO glad you liked it!
    What kind of mushrooms did you use? Baby bella's are my favorite but I love that it works with any kind!

    Have a great day
    Mikki

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  26. Hi - I have made your soup often and it's a family favourite. I am visiting family for Christmas and tried to access the recipe to make it for them. The links appears to be broken. Could you let me know how I can access the recipe. Thank you Lise

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  27. Hi this recipe isn't showing so please fix it. It is totally the best and my daughters favorite

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