Hot & Healthy Winter Soup Recipes

I don’t know about you, but after coming in from the cold, nothing tastes better than a warm cup of soup that warms you right up. Since we’re now in the season of freezing temps, let’s talk about a few healthy winter soup recipes that you can share with your entire family.

hot and healthy winter soup recipes

Soup season is here! From vegetarian to soup recipes with chicken, from brothy to creamy, healthy to hearty, and stovetop to Crockpot, this list of winter soup recipes is sure to wrap any eater up like a warm blanket and cure any cold-weather chills. If you’re looking for something else to warm you up, I also recommend checking out Healthy Hot Drinks to Warm You Up.

Let’s get started (and warmed up).

Creamy Wild Rice Soup

It might not look like it, but this soup’s base isn’t dairy-based. Instead, the creamy texture comes from blended white beans, cashews, and savory miso paste. It’s not as hard as it sounds, and Love & Lemons has a great recipe to try!

Guinness Beef Stew

Talk about hearty for the wintertime! There’s no need to wait until March to make a big pot of this delicious beef stew, packed with root veggies and flavor. Get the recipe from Country Living here.

Tomato Soup

No cream is needed to make this tomato soup that’s a favorite among our household. You’ll love all of the flavor elements, including the sautéed onions, spicy garlic, and aromatic fresh basil. The soup can stand alone, or as a side item with a meal. The recipe from Martha Stewart is here.

Roasted Cream of Cauliflower Parmesan Soup

Creamy, cheesy, and healthy, roasted cream of cauliflower parmesan soup is a winning cold-weather meal. This insanely creamy soup is easy to make and low on calories. Find the recipe from Whole and Heavenly Oven. 

Easy Italian Wedding Soup

Forget the marble-size meatballs you find in many versions of this soup. In this easy recipe, they’re full-size, full-flavored, and plenty filling. Learn the recipe from Eating Well.

One More Thing

Did any of these winter soup recipes work for you? Was there something I missed that was your favorite? I’d love to hear your thoughts at hello@heartandsoulblog.com. Also, please subscribe to the Heart & Soul Newsletter to receive more great blog tips straight to your inbox each Friday.

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