Is it time for Fall soup recipes? Well, Fall is officially upon us, and although the weather hasn’t quite cooled yet, it’s hard not to crave a good soup recipe in the meantime. Here at Momentum Physical Therapy, we strongly believe that healthy eating is crucial to healthy living, and an integral part of a successful recovery. A warm bowl of soup is a favorite comfort food of fall, and a healthy soup recipe doesn’t mean it has to be flavorless. Whether you’re a vegetarian, meat-lover, or somewhere in-between, here are five delicious, nutritious, and mouth-watering fall soup recipes to enjoy as the days (eventually) grow cooler.

Fall Soup Recipes You Will Love

Chicken and Barley Soup

A hearty main dish, this chicken and barley soup can be prepped in just 20 minutes, and ready to eat in an hour. You can even prep the ingredients the night before for an even faster cooking time.

Beet Soup with Caraway

A twist on traditional borscht, this bold and colorful recipe has a velvety and creamy texture. Oven-baked beets, sautéed onions and leeks, and caraway seed are just some of the ingredients that make up this delicious soup.

Kale and Quinoa Minestrone 

Filled with nutrients, this kale and quinoa minestrone is not only vegan and gluten-free, but it’s also filling–without all the fats and empty carbs of many minestrone recipes. This makes for a great family meal, or cook up a big pot and freeze the leftovers for a quick dinner later in the season.

Vegetable Beef Soup

If you’re looking for a recipe that’s a little more hearty–but still healthy–try out this delicious take on vegetable beef soup. You can add as many or as few vegetables as you like, but either way, it’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Creamy Chicken and Mushroom Soup

For those who enjoy something more on the creamy side, this simple to make creamy chicken and mushroom soup is perfect. An update on an old classic, it’s practically guaranteed to get you in the mood for sweater weather.

Momentum is about getting you healthy, both inside and out. It’s just as important to know what you’re putting into your body, as it is to follow your PT’s instruction both at our clinics, and with your homework. If you’re looking to get healthy, talk to any one of our physical therapists and we can help set up a personalized plan just for you. The easiest way to do this is to sign up for a FREE pain assessment or call our team at 210-782-8555.