There’s nothing better than a hot bowl of soup on a cold winter day. One of the best things about soup is that it can be creamy, hearty, and comforting while still getting you all the nutritious vegetables you need to stay healthy. This is so important in cold and flu season when our bodies need all the vitamins they can get to keep us from getting sick. To help keep you nourished through the rest of winter, we’ve put together some our favorite veggie-centric soup recipes.
If you’re already sick and thinking it’s too late to fight it off, this one’s for you! Carrots contain beta carotene and Vitamin A. That means they can help heal your body when your immune system is weakened from fighting your sickness. Load up on carrots to get your body back on track!
Here’s one that’ll brighten your day. Asparagus soup is warm and comforting, but also says “Spring is just around the corner!” It’s so easy to make, and lighter and fresher tasting than most winter soup recipes.
This butternut squash recipe keeps your winter menu interesting by adding a little Asian influence. Coconut curry and butternut squash are a match made in heaven. Together they’re warming, cozy, and perfectly contrasted by some cilantro and a squeeze of lime to brighten things up.
We hope these recipes get you inspired to get into the kitchen and create a soup you love with your favorite vegetables. Be sure to tag us on social media so we can see your masterpiece!