30+ Healthy Soup Recipes that everyone will enjoy. These homemade soup and homemade chili recipes are delicious and easy to make.
There’s no better way to warm up than a delicious bowl of cozy, healthy soup! These homemade soup recipes are perfect for a quick dinner, or meal prepping. From lentil soup to chicken noodle soup -you’ll find all the classic healthy soups and some fun twists on old favorites!
–Add more veggies! You can always sneak in more veggies to soups. I like to use my food processor to get the veggies in super small pieces, or add a couple cups of chopped greens at the end of cooking soup.
–Use bone broth: Bone broth is an awesome way to amp up the protein and nutrients in your soup recipes
–Always include celery, onions and carrots – These are the base of all great soup! They add flavor and are so yummy.
–Use a parmesan cheese rind – This is such a simple thing you can do to amplify the flavor of your soup. I grab them at the grocery store. Simply remove them once you’re done cooking and you’re good to go!
–Add pasta, zoodles and greens at the end. I rarely cook pasta/zoodles in soup. You’re better off to cook separately and then add to your bowl when you’re serving!
What is the healthiest soup you can eat? That depends on who you ask! Personally, I think any soup that is loaded with veggies + protein is healthy. Minestrone, Chicken Soup and Vegetable Soup are all great healthy options!
What soup is best for weight loss? Any soup that is low in calories and high in protein/veggies is going to be good for weight loss. We love our Minestrone Soup, Chicken Noodle Soup, or Vegetarian Chili. Everyone’s weight loss goals/diets are different so you may prefer different soups for weight loss
Refrigerator: Most soups will last 4 days in the refrigerator.
Freezing: We freeze soups all the time. We don’t recommend freezing soups with pasta in them because the pasta can get very mushy. We also don’t like to freeze soup with dairy in them only because the dairy/milk can separate when reheated.
Containers: These are our favorite glass containers. If you’re going to be freezing your soups we highly commend getting Souper Cubes. They’re so perfect for storing/freezing soups!
Microwave: We usually reheat soups in the microwave for 1-2 minutes, stirring half way through.
Stovetop: You can also reheat soup on the stove. Heat in a pot over low heat for 2-3 minutes until warm.
We always keep a few things on hand to make delicious crockpot soups in minutes. A couple refrigerator and pantry staples are all you need for making soup! Here’s what we always have in our kitchen:
–broth – We like to use homemade bone broth or organic chicken stock from the store.
–carrots, celery, onion, garlic -These are the base of every great crockpot soup. You can buy them pre-cut to save time!
–chicken breasts – We get chicken from ButcherBox and keep them in our freezer so we can easily defrost for quick meals.
–spices: bay leaves, dried parsley, garlic powder and onion powder are all great in soups
There are a few things we use all the time when making crockpot soups.