5 Soup Recipes You Must Try

5 Soup Recipes You Must Try

Soup, not only tastes great, but, has been found to be an effective weight loss aid. Research has found that consuming a meal in liquid form causes the stomach to stretch further than that of solid food. As a result, the hormone ghrelin, which controls appetite (tells your brain that you’re hungry), is suppressed, allowing you to feel full. These feelings of fullness last for much longer than normal solid food consumption, this is because the stomach empties at a much slower rate when full up with soup. So, has all that science made you want to stock up on soup? Well, we have a delicious list of our favourite winter warmer recipes.

Chilled Avocado

avocado soup

Jamie Oliver’s wonderful avo-soup is one of our personal favourites – although, chilled soup is an acquired taste, and while it may not be for some, we love it! Packed with vitamin C, E, beta-carotene, lutein and monounsaturated fatty acids, this creamy soup will give your hair and skin a healthy glow, while protecting your cardiovascular system. Check it out!

Alkalising Green

alkalising green soup

Packed full of gorgeous greens like kale, broccoli and courgette, this yummy soup provides a potent, alkaline friendly, nutrient kick. The addition turmeric gives it even more fantastic health benefits in helping with arthritis symptoms, diabetes control and cholesterol levels. Head over to honestly healthy for the full recipe!

Butternut Squash

butternut squash

Made using coconut milk, this deliciously creamy, hearty soup, butternut squash recipe is a perfect, vegan-friendly dinner option. Butternut squash provides a whopping 437% of your vitamin A needs, and is chock full of potassium, fibre, thiamin, niacin, folate and pantothenic – click here for the recipe.

Spinach and Watercress

spinach watercress


Containing a whopping 3 of your 5 a day in just one serving, there’s no other reason you need to go green with this vitamin loaded soup! Made using just spinach, watercress, avocado, stock and a few other flavour adding ingredients, this is probably the easiest soup you’ll make. Head over to BBC good food for the full recipe.

Roasted Tomato & Red Pepper

tomato and red pepper

Last, but not least, the British classic – roasted tomato, with the added twist of sweet, succulent red pepper. Tomatoes are an excellent source of the immunity boosting molecule, vitamin C – perfect if you’re feeling under the weather. We love simple this wallet-friendly recipe from sainsbury’s magazine.

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Charlotte Cliffe

Charlotte Cliffe

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