Winter weather calls for soup! There is nothing better on a cold night than a big bowl of homemade soup for dinner. That’s probably why January is National Soup Month!
When it comes to soup, there are so many options. It can be vegetarian or meat-based, it can be spicy or mellow, it can even be hot or cold. We have gathered our most popular soup recipes from the NOAH Registered Dietitian Nutritionist team to celebrate National Soup Month.
Here are our top five soup recipes – all full of healthy ingredients – to get you through the cold(ish) nights here in Arizona’s winter months.
NOAH Top Five Soup Recipes
- Roasted Butternut Squash, Apple and Sage Soup
This cozy soup recipe definitely gives fall feelings any time of year. This recipe is a great one to prep ahead of time – chopping squash and apples – and making plenty for leftovers. Full recipe here.
- Vegetarian Lentil Tortilla Soup
Made in the slow cooker, this easy and flavorful soup is filled with healthy lentils and other veggies. It is packed with fiber and protein to keep you full. Full recipe here.
- Tortellini Soup with Turkey and Kale
This creamy tortellini soup is easy to prepare – just a few ingredients – and ready in about 30 minutes. Full recipe here.
- Tuscan White Bean Soup
Filled with vegetables and herbs, this soup will fill you up. We highly recommend enjoying this with some whole wheat bread on the side. Full recipe here.
- Hearty Winter Minestrone Soup
The combination of pasta, vegetables, and flavorful broth, this minestrone soup is a favorite for every crowd. Full recipe here.