Spinach Soup in a blue ceramic bowl.

Creamy Spinach Soup: Low Carb and Dairy Free

Spinach Soup in a blue ceramic bowl.

Lush green, velveteen and deeply nutritious, here’s a spinach soup that’s wonderfully warming and an excellent way to increase your intake of leafy greens. Cauliflower makes it creamy. Ground cloves and a grating of fresh nutmeg round out the flavour. And when you use a dense, gelatinous Bone Broth for the stock, it’s inherently healing.

Spinach Soup, Nutritious and Healing

I want Spinach Soup in early spring. Maybe it’s because the colour is symbolic of new growth, or because the leaves inspire me to start germinating seeds for the vegetable garden. Or perhaps, because spinach is a cool weather plant, it’s natural to want it when spring sunshine is cut through by cold wind, and when the evenings are still fresh. That time of the year when a steaming bowl of sustenance is still welcome because the heat and humidity of summer hasn’t yet set in.

Spinach Soup served in blue bowls.

A good homemade Bone Broth is the secret here, for both flavour and nutrition. If you already have the Bone Broth on hand, and if you buy a bag of pre-washed spinach, then this is like Fast Food Paleo. Put the cauliflower in a pot with the Bone Broth and ground cloves. Bring it to a boil then let it simmer for 10 minutes. Add the spinach in handfuls, and once wilted, whiz it with an immersion blender until it’s velvety smooth. To serve, add a dollop of yogurt or coconut cream, and grind a little nutmeg on top. It’s lovely, and because of the Bone Broth, it’s quite filling, so your second course can be quite light.

I hope you love this recipe for Spinach Soup. If so, please pop back and give it a rating. And be sure to take a photo and tag me on Instagram! You’ll find this recipe in my collection, “Easy & Essential Paleo Recipes for Busy People.”

On the Side

How to Make a Great Bone Broth – My recipe is Fodmap Friendly – no onions – but fabulously flavoured.

Pumpkin Soup with a Wild Mushroom and Minced Beef Crumble – Adding a minced beef crumble to a soup is the way to turn it from a first course into a complete meal.

Secret Ingredient Beef Stew – A 2-in-1 recipe, whereby you get to serve the liquids as a soup, and the meat for the main.

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Creamy Spinach Soup

Lush green, velveteen and deeply nutritious, this Spinach Soup is wonderfully warming and a great way to increase your intake of leafy greens.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time10 minutes
Course: Soup
Cuisine: AIP, Fodmap Friendly, Keto, Paleo
Servings: 4


  • immersion blender


  • 500 grams cauliflower roughly chopped
  • 2 cups Bone Broth (500 mls)
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 250 grams spinach pre-washed
  • yogurt or coconut cream optional, for serving
  • nutmeg or mace (AIP) freshly ground, optional, for serving


  • Place the cauliflower, Bone Broth, water, ground cloves and salt into a saucepan. Bring to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Add the spinach in handfuls, pressing down with a spoon until wilted.
  • Whiz with an immersion blender until completely smooth.
  • Serve and, if desired, add a dollop of yogurt or coconut cream and a dusting of freshly ground nutmeg (or mace for the Elimination Phase of the AIP).


Angelina Brazzale

Angelina Brazzale is the founding creative director of Empress and Sister. Like her chart ruler, Mercury, she travels between worlds. She has degrees in English Literature and in Fine Arts, Ceramics. She's a Primary Health Coach, having reversed autoimmune disease through the protocols of ancestral health. She spent over 10 years teaching yoga and meditation. She reads Tarot, writes and makes art, and is sensitive to the energy in crystals and trees. Visit her Page in the Empress and Sister Collective for information, products and services.

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