8 Healthy Fall and Winter Soup Recipes

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Getting yourself warmed up on the chilliest of nights doesn’t mean saying goodbye to your healthy diet. To start the soup season, we’ve listed delicious healthy recipes that you can prepare to help you cozy up on fall and winter nights.

Getting yourself warmed up on the chilliest of nights doesn’t mean saying goodbye to your healthy diet. To start the soup season, we’ve listed delicious healthy recipes that you can prepare to help you cozy up on fall and winter nights.

Roasted Beet and Potato Soup

Featuring a strikingly beautiful magenta hue, this soup is both Instagram friendly and holiday dinner starter worthy. Anyone skeptical of beets will likely change their minds just in time before the New Year. Enlighten your palate with this nice, balanced, creamy and lightly sweet recipe. With simple ingredients, you can easily alter and modify the recipe to match your taste preference. #beetsoup

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Tarragon Chicken and Rice Soup

Are you craving for some Asian flavored dish to warm up your day? This recipe should be on the top of your list. The ingredients are so simple that you can even use last night’s dinner leftovers and convert them into a heart-warming soup. It is big on flavor yet low in fat and calories. Sounds like a winner to us!
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Spicy Taco Soup

Can’t get over Tacos? If Tacos are your comfort food then you will definitely love this #TacoSoup recipe. Featuring a “taco like” base, it is pretty much the food you love just more fitting for winter.

You can garnish the dish with grated cheese or choose a fat free sour cream to keep tabs on your calorie intake.

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Vegetarian Flavorful Split Pea Soup

This #VegetarianSoup version of the split pea soup makes you not even bother to miss the ham or bacon. This fast, low calorie and filling soup will easily become one of the favorites in your household.

With vegetable broth as a base, add split peas, carrots, onions, celery ribs garlic and spices such as basil, marjoram, cumin into a boil, throw in a crockpot and simmer, cool, puree in a blender and you’re good to go. The blend of greens, dash of herbs and carrots gives this recipe a fresh healthy taste on a cold winter night.

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Peruvian Quinoa Soup

This is a classic dish enjoyed by the Peruvians for centuries. With a unique ingredient, aji Amarillo; a yellow pepper used in Peruvian cooking for flavor and mild heat. This spicy, aromatic, and rich with vegetables and #QuinoaSoup is the exotic flavor your taste buds long for this season. Real food you’d truly enjoy!

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Creamy Cauliflower Soup With Pistachio Harrisa Pesto

Up for something posh and sophisticated? Fortunately, you don’t have to go to a Michelin star restaurant or have a private chef to make the next “it” dish. Inspired by Middle Eastern and North African flavors, the base – a spicy Harissa (blend of dried chillies, fresh herbs, garlic, citrus juice, tomato, spices) will surely take you out of the mundane and ordinary and inspire you to explore the diverse flavors the rest of the world has to offer.

Your creamy #CauliflowerSoup elevated to extraordinary heights, you won’t switch back to basic ever again. This recipe is also vegan and naturally gluten-free.

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Tuscan Chicken and Sorghum Soup

If you are looking for a soup with long shelf life, then this is for you. This dish is also filling and packed with nutrition to help warm your cold tired muscles. You can even take some shortcuts when making this soup by using precooked chicken, cooked sorghum, canned beans, and whatever vegetables you have on-hand.

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Creamy Vegan Butternut Squash Soup

Another vegan and gluten free recipe you can try this season. Comes with butternut squash, onions and celery, this enhanced version of #ButternutSquashSoup is blended together with some dried herbs to create a rich and savory aroma. The toppings and garnish listed in the recipe adds some texture and flavor.  If you’re want to get more creative, the contrasting colors between the soup and garnish are the perfect playground to showcase your plating skills.

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Nothing really beats the colder months like a warm bowl of homemade soup. Explore this season’s flavors with a dash of creativity and enjoy the comfort of home cooked goodness to help you recover from all the holiday binges!

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