Could Six more weeks of winter be on its way? It so, it makes way for more brisk days and cool nights for just a little bit longer. Need for something delicious, hearty, and warm to keep you warm? We’ve got your covered.
A popular belief is that soups require an immense amount of work or that if you don’t have more than 4 hours to prep it, you’ll end up with a watery, tasteless soup. Well my friends, that is not the case! We are happy to share with you some awesome soup recipes that that hearty and filling without weighing you down.
All the soups listed below are under 355 calories and are amazingly delicious.
This soup comes in at a low, low, low 125 calories per cup. The flavor is immense, the cooking time is minimal, and you can fill up on this hearty soup without the guilt of feeling like you ate too much, or the fear that you’ll be hungry in an hour. The soup is a tasty mix of tortellini, squash, zucchini, and lots of seasoning. The recipe here makes about 9 cups so there’s plenty for another day or to share with someone.
Pot Pie is one of those dishes that many of us have eaten as a child and look back on fondly. The crisp crust flaking off as you break the seal to dig into the delicious creamy center of vegetables, soup, and chicken. There are many variations of the “pot pie” concept, but this soup is one that holds all the flavors you love without the dough to surround it. At 310 calories you can grab a cup of this and know that it’s going to warm you inside and out. So enjoy!
While this soup may not be considered thick, it’s no less hearty. The sweetness from the potato combines well with the firmness of the lentils to provide the substance you might be looking for in a soup. It’s a creamy, sweet soup that is definitely worth tilting that bowl and sipping up. At 287 calories, it’s one that you just have to try.
We know a lot of our patients are busy people; work, kids, family, errands, and just about anything else in between. It’s time to dust off the crockpot and let it do the heavy lifting with this soup. The recipe makes 6-8 servings and takes 3-4 hours to make. So just add everything together, set it, and forget it. When you come back, your meal is served! Enjoy!
No matter which soup you choose, it’s important to remember that nutrition is an important part to remaining healthy. Whether you’re looking to lose weight and prevent further pain or injury, or if you’re just maintaining and looking for something good to eat, these soups will do the trick.
If you’re experiencing pain or discomfort and would like a professional opinion/assessment then sign-up for a FREE Pain Assessment. We will then contact you to schedule an appointment for you to come in and have someone take a look. Our goal is to get you healthy for life!