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Posted on February 25, 2016
Think you can’t have a creamy, comforting chowder without the cream? Think again. These dairy-free chowder recipes will have you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside – even while the temperature outside begins to drop.
Chowder Recipe, from Delish Knowledge
This flavorful chowder gets its requisite creaminess from an unexpected place – a bit of flour is mixed into the vegetables while they cook, to coat them and help to create a thicker consistency. (Of course, use gluten-free flour to make this allergy-friendly.) Once the veggies are cooked, puree the mixture until smooth and top with sliced jalapeno peppers and award-winning Daiya Cheddar Style Shreds.
Chowder Recipe, from Leafy Greens and Me
Full of meaty mushrooms and a great combination of seasonings, this interesting vegetable chowder is sure to satisfy. We love the assortment of fresh herbs (thyme, chives, garlic) and sauces (Worcestershire, hot sauce) thrown into the mix – as well as the fact that this soup gets its creaminess from a luscious, homemade cashew cream.
Chowder Recipe, from Joyful Healthy Eats
Use up the rest of that seasonal corn and whip up this beautifully spiced chowder, bursting with the Southwestern flavors of chipotle, lime, cumin and cilantro. The addition of coconut milk makes this super creamy, and you can easily use your favorite meat-free bacon crumbles to make this an entirely plant-based meal.
Chowder Recipe, from Amuse Your Bouche
Perfect in its simplicity, this recipe has everything you look for in a creamy, cozy, slightly sweet corn chowder. The combination of coconut milk and corn is just delicious, and the handful of other ingredients (diced chilies, celery, fresh garlic and parsley) works to create a gourmet complexity.
Chowder Recipe, from Produce on Parade (pictured)
If you’re craving a classic clam chowder but not the meat or dairy, this recipe’s for you – and before you let the long list of ingredients scare you, you should know that the results will be well worth it. Rich, creamy, briny, complex – this silky soup has it all, and it’s not as difficult to make as you might think. (No, not even the mushroom confit.)
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