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Spinach Tortellini Tomato Soup – Hearty, delicious, yet quick and easy tomato soup, packed with spinach and tortellini.

Spinach Tortellini Tomato Soup | www.diethood.com | Hearty, delicious, yet quick and easy tomato soup, packed with spinach and tortellini.

Classic Tomato Soup studded with tender tortellini and spinach, and prepared in just 30 minutes. This soup is a lifesaver during those busy weeknights – quick, easy, and so dang delicious!

Happy Sunday, you guys!

I just had a session with the OWN Network and my Kleenex box.

That Iyanla has a way with words, you know? She made me weep like a little girl!

…I still can’t figure out how a dude can have 34 kids by 17 different women… That man was bizzay!

Also? Is it cool that I’ve got “Total Eclypse of the Heart” playing in the background? Meatloaf’s “Anything For Love” is next. N’Sync’s “Bye Bye Bye” is on there, too.

I found an old CD that I burned back in my college days on my old-as-Noah desktop computer. The monitor was so big, you couldn’t tell if it was a TV or a microwave.

I would blast this particular CD while getting ready. It took me for.evah to get ready because I had to dance to every song.
When I say dance, I mean I had the choreography down to the “T” for every song, thanks to MTV videos. Back then MTV was only about “The Real World” and Music Videos.

All I gotta say is, Thank GOD there was no smart phones back then, and social media was just an infant. There is no evidence! THANK YOU, JESUS!

Spinach Tortellini Tomato Soup | www.diethood.com | Hearty, delicious, yet quick and easy tomato soup, packed with spinach and tortellini.


But, yeah. TOMATO SOUP! I’m gonna soup-you-out before the season is over. Which is, like, the longest season, evvvvver!?! Why can’t I live where it’s always warm??
…Because my Mom lives here and I need her to help me with the kids… AND help me with eating all the food that comes out of my kitchen… AND I would miss her…

Want to know something? This soup is like eating Tomato Soup with a bunch of amazing stuff in it, like pasta and spinach. If you wanna dip your grilled cheese in there, you should totally do it! It’s delicious!

It’s so lovely and so rich, but sort of light at the same time. I kinda love it. A lot. The best part is that it takes about 30 minutes, from start to finish. That’s the icing on the cake.

Spinach Tortellini Tomato Soup | www.diethood.com | Hearty, delicious, yet quick and easy tomato soup, packed with spinach and tortellini.

So. It’s Sunday. If you have a pumpkin-patch-visit planned, just as I do, don’t worry, you’ll have plenty of time to get to this 30-minute meal. Just pick up a large loaf of crusty bread on your way back home. And cheese.



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Spinach Tortellini Tomato Soup | www.diethood.com | Hearty, delicious, yet quick and easy tomato soup, packed with spinach and tortellini.

Spinach Tortellini Tomato Soup

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WW Freestyle: 6
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time25 mins
Total Time30 mins
Hearty, delicious, yet quick and easy tomato soup, packed with spinach and tortellini.
Servings: 8
Calories: 298


  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 yellow onion , chopped
  • 3 cloves garlic , finely chopped
  • 2 cans (14.5-ounces each) Italian Diced Tomatoes with Basil, Garlic and Oregano
  • 4 cups tomato/spaghetti sauce
  • 4 cups vegetable broth
  • 1 package (12-ounces) frozen tortellini
  • 1 bag (10-ounces) fresh baby spinach
  • salt and fresh ground pepper , to taste


  • Combine olive oil and butter in a large soup pot; place over medium heat and cook until butter is melted.
  • Add onions; cook for 2 minutes, or until translucent.
  • Add garlic and continue to cook for 2 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Set heat to medium-high and stir in diced tomatoes and tomato sauce; bring to a boil.
  • Add vegetable broth; bring to a boil.
  • Add frozen tortellini and spinach.
  • Season with salt and fresh ground pepper.
  • Continue to cook over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, for 10 minutes, or until tortellini is tender and soup is heated through.
  • Remove from heat and let stand 5 minutes.
  • Taste for seasoning and adjust accordingly.
  • Serve.


Nutrition Facts
Spinach Tortellini Tomato Soup
Amount Per Serving
Calories 298 Calories from Fat 108
% Daily Value*
Fat 12g18%
Saturated Fat 3g15%
Cholesterol 30mg10%
Sodium 1108mg46%
Potassium 915mg26%
Carbohydrates 39g13%
Fiber 6g24%
Sugar 9g10%
Protein 12g24%
Vitamin A 4090IU82%
Vitamin C 29.1mg35%
Calcium 153mg15%
Iron 4mg22%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

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46 Responses
  1. lraleigh@gmail.com

    I made this today, with a few adjustments: added about 1/2 cup each of sliced carrot and celery (sautéed with the onion) and 1 tsp of Italian seasoning. It was fantastic! I’ll definitely make it again.

  2. Stephanie

    just found this recipe. made it and enjoyed it. However the calories are WAY OFF! Even after halving the olive oil and butter, I came up with 214 calories in 1/8 of the recipe,not 84, as stated. Still delicious

    1. Katerina Petrovska

      Thanks so much for letting me know about the nutritional info! This recipe was posted 5 years ago, before recipe boxes with nutrition calculators were available online. Looks like it calculated whatever was familiar (to the computer/program) and left out the most important thing; the tortellini! Again, thank you for pointing it out to me – I updated all the info. 😀

  3. Melissa

    I really enjoyed this. I didn’t have the diced tomatoes the recipe called for so I used a larger can of crushed tomatoes (I’d use the diced next time, crushed was good but I’m sure diced is better!) and added Italian seasoning, basil, oregano, and crushed red pepper. I used a hot scicilian sauce because I like a little kick. I also sautéed some scallops and added them for the last 5 minutes of cooking. It was deliscious, will keep this recipe because it was an easy one to make!

  4. Janet

    I have some leftover Italian Pasta sauce (homemade), seasoned with garlic, oregano & basil. Is it OK to use? Thanks!

  5. Bernice

    Is there a specific way this should be frozen?Can you freeze it with the tortellini already having been cooked?

    1. Katerina Petrovska

      Hi! After the soup has completely cooled – tortellini included – you can just divide it up among some quart-size ziploc bags and freeze it.

  6. Sue

    i made this for dinner tonight. It tasted awesome and was so filling! The only things I did differently was use my magic bullet to blend the diced tomatoes, cooked the tortellini in a different saucepan and added a veggie bullion cube instead of broth. Other than the garlic and onions, I didn’t add any other spices since the spaghetti sauce had so much flavor. Can’t wait to make it again!

  7. Debbie Gaydos

    I made this today. I’m not much of a soup-maker, but have been wanting to try some. Per some of the comments, I used an immersion blender prior to adding the tortellini and spinach. This was a HUGE hit, even with the 11 yo picky eater who spotted the spinach, lol! It was SO good. I just served with garlic bread, and put out parmesan cheese for everyone to sprinkle in to their liking. YUM!

    1. Katerina Petrovska

      Hi Debbie!!

      Soups are my go-to. Every other day, you’ll find a soup either in my crock pot or on the stove. 😀 I’m glad you loved that soup! It’s so good! Thank you!!

  8. Danae

    Total keeper recipe. Added two links of Hot Italian turkey sausage and a tsp of both basil and oregano since I used plain cans of tomatoes. Fast and easy. Everyone liked it. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Katerina Petrovska

      Thank you, Danae!! Very happy that you enjoyed it. I am taking note of your delicious add-ins! 🙂

  9. cass

    I just made this for dinner and I thought it was delicious 🙂 My husband is not a fan of the chunkyness in the soup from the onions and crushed tomatoes so next time I would puree the soup before adding the broth. I also thought it was a little watery (I like thicker soups though) so next time I’d boil out the broth a little more before adding tortellini and spinach. Thanks for the recipe!

    1. Katerina Petrovska

      No chunkyness in soup?! 😉 My husband is a little iffy on texture as well! 🙂 Glad you enjoyed it, though!! Happy New Year!

  10. Deborah

    I made this for dinner a couple of nights ago, and the whole family loved it!! The kids loved that there was tortellini in the soup, and I love that so much flavor comes from the spaghetti sauce. It did make way more than we could eat, so I froze half of it and I’m hoping it will freeze well so we will have a delicious dinner for another night!

  11. Diana

    Yummyyyy this looks so perfect especially with the rainy weather. Will be cooking this for thanksgiving dinner since my fiance is coming over 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  12. Kayla

    I just made this soup – It is so flavourful! I halved the recipe and added 2 cups water with a vegetable bouillon cube instead of broth. After that the soup was pretty watery so I let it simmer w/o a lid for ten minutes before adding the tortellini for ten minutes more and adding the spinach at the end. Definitely a keeper!

  13. Taylor

    Thank goodness South Texas has finally realized fall is here! I am definitely going to make this soup for dinner tonight! Just need to run to the store. I am also going to add Italian sausage to make it a bit heartier (and so the men will eat it too). Can’t wait!

  14. Lindsey @ Baking Bytes

    This looks amazing! One question: when you say tomato sauce do you mean unseasoned or more like spaghetti sauce? You have it listed in cups instead of cans so I’m not sure. 🙂

    1. Katerina Petrovska

      Hi Lindsey!!

      Yes, something like spaghetti sauce. 😀 I’ll make note of that in the recipe asap. Thank you!!!

  15. Amis Vegetarian

    Tried it yesterday for dinner. What an amazing combination. Never really tried including Tortellini in my soups before. Filling bowl with nutrition and amazing flavors!

  16. Julie @ Julie's Eats & Treats

    I’m totally picturing you jamming out dancing right now. LOVE soup right now and totally agree it’s the LONGEST season ever for sure! And yes our mothers are the only reason we stay 🙂

  17. Crystal

    What a delicious soup!! It finally “cooled” down here in Texas. We were 68 yesterday which is quite cool for us…lol. Can’t wait to make this soup!!

  18. Laura (Tutti Dolci)

    I have to make this soup asap, what could be better with fresh baked bread?! Perfect fall/winter comfort food!

  19. Ramona

    This soup makes a perfect dinner for the cool weather (and rainy) weather we are having. I would love a big bowl!! 🙂

  20. A_Boleyn

    Your tortellini soup is so delicious looking that I regretted not having a bag of frozen tortellini available so I could make it immediately. I like Campbell’s cream of tomato soup when I’m in a hurry and have no energy to make anything more demanding than soup and a grilled cheese sammy but your soup is very hearty and ‘stick to your rib-by’ for a hungry family. I love the chorizo, rice and bean one on the page as well.

  21. amanda @ fake ginger

    I cannot watch Iyanla. Too much emotion. All the feels. Ugh.

    This soup looks amazing! Tomato soup is my fave but I haven’t figured out a way to get my kids to eat it yet – gotta try this on them!

  22. Anna @ Crunchy Creamy Sweet

    I just had a flashback with the music songs you mentioned! You have me laughing out loud!! 😀
    Love this soup as I am a huge tortellini fan! Pinned!

  23. Julie @ This Gal Cooks

    I used to do the same thing while I was getting ready for school. I HAD to blast music. It was my motivation to get on with the day!

    LOVE this soup, Kate! Tomato soup isn’t a soup that I typically eat. I need more substance to my soup – chunks of veggies, meat, rice or pasta. The tortellini in your tomato soup adds that substance I need!

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