Requesting all your healthy soup recipes!



  • rrboxer
    rrboxer Posts: 8 Member
    Thank you, thank you and MORE thank you for all those MFP soup recipes. I copied them and so relieved that they seem simple enough. My husband and I do not eat the same at all and since being married to him I noticed that we have gradually moved from cooking from scratch to processed foods. He is soooo picky plus we tend to eat out more in restaurants since I hurt my achilles heel but with crock pot cooking I won't have to stand alot in the kitchen. You area an angel!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :smile:
  • grecogab90
    grecogab90 Posts: 77 Member
  • chip305
    chip305 Posts: 63 Member
  • bump...great ideas:) Thanks
  • Hairhacker
    Hairhacker Posts: 174 Member
    saving for later..
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  • thebigcb
    thebigcb Posts: 2,210 Member
    Garlic,Onion and a little butter fried off in a pot

    Clean loads of Mushrooms, a couple of pints of chicken stock

    Dash of milk


  • sarahmoo12
    sarahmoo12 Posts: 756 Member
    i <3 soup lol
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  • laurainparis
    laurainparis Posts: 64 Member
    I made this over the weekend. It came out really good, and it was really easy. I used fat-free yogurt and vegetable stock instead of chicken (b/c I'm a vegetarian). The only thing I would change would be to use less yogurt- maybe 1 and quarter cup instead of 1 and 3/4. I felt the yogurt flavor was too powerful.

    2 Tbsp. canola oil
    1 large sweet onion, sliced
    2 tsp. ground cumin
    3 sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed
    1-1/2 qt. chicken broth
    1-3/4 cup Dannon® Plain Yogurt
    2 Tbsp. chopped parsley or cilantro
    1/4 cup toasted pumpkin seeds

    1.In a soup pot heat oil. Add onions and cumin and sauté 3-4 minutes. Add potatoes and chicken broth and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer soup 20-25 minutes.
    2.Puree soup with 1-1/2 cups Dannon® Plain Yogurt and parsley or cilantro. Serve each portion of soup with a dollop of remaining yogurt and a sprinkle of pumpkin seeds.

    12 Servings (8 oz. per serving)
  • Schnuddelbuddel
    Schnuddelbuddel Posts: 472 Member
    My butternut squash, red lentil and sweet potato soup has been a winner every time with friends and family alike, very yum on a cold day!! Hope you enjoy too if you try it!
  • petechiae
    petechiae Posts: 147 Member
    Bump because I looove soup.
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  • sherri33s
    sherri33s Posts: 104 Member
    Wow everything sounds good
  • miracle4me
    miracle4me Posts: 522 Member
    I try to eat some kind of soup or broth every day. I think I am addicted to Knorr Lower sodium chicken broth and add various veggies to it even if it is just chopped green from scallion. Soup is one of my favorite foods and so filling. Thanks to everyone that posted their soup recipes I hope this thread will continue.
  • cararickel
    cararickel Posts: 22 Member
    Check out the recipe for Chicken Barley Soup on the back of the Quaker Barley box. Yummy and under 300 cals for a large serving. I have tweaked the recipe some to make it more like chili and less like soup and the family loves it! I put it in the crock pot to mix the flavors better and it tastes better each day the leftovers are in the fridge.
  • Corjogo
    Corjogo Posts: 201 Member
    Bumpditty, bump, bump
  • Marks and Spencers bag of fresh veg eg; carrot cauliflower and broccoli. tin of chopped tomato in natural juice, two veg stock cubes add water to the correct level in a Morphy Richards Soup Maker. NO chopping or preparation set the choice SMOOTH
    done in 20 mins, Delicious, this little wonder can do Chunky also Smoothies
  • libbymcbain
    libbymcbain Posts: 206 Member
    Red lentil soup

    100g onion, finely chopped
    200g carrots, finely chopped
    100g celery, finely chopped
    100g red pepper, finely chopped
    Tin of tomatoes
    150g red lentils
    Chicken or vegetable stock
    1tbsp olive oil
    1 tsp cumin
    Greek yogurt to serve

    1. Sautee the finely chopped vegetables in the oil until soft, add cumin, stir
    2. Add lentils, tomatoes and stock
    3. Simmer for an hour
    4. Puree if you like smooth soup
    5. Serve with a dollop of greek yogurt
  • I get the McCormick White Chicken Chili spice packet, but I add stuff to doesn't look white anymore...

    -Do whatever the package says but add below:
    -Can corn, drained
    -Extra can of beans, red or white
    -Green chilies (canned)
    -2 habanero peppers, fresh chopped (love heat)
    -Extra chicken breast
    -Onion powder
    -Garlic powder
    -3-4 boullion cubes of chicken OR use chicken stock for the water

    So yummy!