What to Serve with Broccoli Cheese Soup: 8 Best Side Dishes

With just a few well-selected ingredients, these buttery cookies are vegan and don't use any oil. It tastes too good to be true because of the healthy yeast "cheese" and onions.

Cheesy Vegan Almond Flour Biscuits

When cooked, kale is great, but when you eat it raw, well, not so much. If you want to get past the bitter taste, cut off the stems and leaves and gently rub the leaves to break up the fibers.

Lemon Parmesan Kale Salad

Want some French fries? For a healthy side meal, these sweet potatoes are cut into thick wedges. They are a nice contrast to the soup because they are a little sweet. Leave enough space for the air to flow.

Baked Sweet Potato Wedges

Check out this guide on how to get the best results when you use a sourdough starter for the first time. There are a lot of steps, so enjoy the process. You can cut into that lovely loaf you made yourself.

Dutch Oven Sourdough Bread

To make this bread, you don't need to knead it. Spelt is an old food that hasn't changed much over time; it tastes the same today as it did in 5000 BC! You can change the recipe to fit your needs.

Easy Spelt Focaccia

You may add one or two bits of potato pasta to your soup without anyone seeing you if you want to. Who could say no to these cute toasted pillows of deliciousness?! On the outside they're crunchy, and on the inside they're soft.

Crispy Pan Fried Gnocchi

A great way to try a new root vegetable is in these cute scones. Grate parsnips into a buttermilk-rich dough to make a thick, tasty cookie that goes well with any soup. You can bake and freeze this one-of-a-kind recipe.

Savory Parsnip Scones

This bread tastes great and only needs five things to make it! Home-brewed dry malt and a cup of your favorite beer are the most important parts of this recipe. The malt is easy to find online and comes in many types.

No-Knead Beer Bread