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Tomatoes are amazing in just about everything, but one of my favorites is a good tomato soup. And since it’s the beginning of soup season, and also the time when you see pumpkin everything, I thought I’d try a tomato pumpkin soup.
It starts with roasting the tomatoes at high heat until they are blistered and full of flavor. Then you’ll cook them up with some onions, garlic, and spices, and instead of cream, add some pumpkin puree. It adds sweetness and body, without the heaviness of cream.
I like to top my soup with something crunchy, like croutons, and then maybe a little cheese. Then serve it up with some crusty bread, and you’ve got a comforting fall meal that is easy, delicious, and guilt-free.
Roasted Tomato Pumpkin Soup
This velvety tomato soup has a secret fall ingredient — pumpkin! Perfectly creamy and smooth, it's comforting and delicious.