Soup Recipes (Most Popular)
At just over 100 calories per serving, this creamy, delicious soup will become your new favorite comfort food.
Rich velvet-y soup chock full of vitamins from the pumpkin, with the surprising touch of peanuts, ginger and a kick of red pepper
This is a lighter alternative to ground beef chili that tastes just as good and is filling and packs a protein punch!
A delicious, light soup full of protein and energy.
Spicey, yummy, and super easy to make!
Very satisfying comfort food
Unlike many of the French Onion Soup recipes on SparkRecipes. com, the nutrition values listed for this one include the bread and cheese toppings. Lower in fat and sodium than any pre-packaged version of this all-time favorite, this French Onion Soup wll rival any you get in a restaurant when it comes to taste. The key to a successful soup is to cook the onons slowly, consistenly reducing the cooking temperature.
Olive Garden's Soup or Zuppa, this is my low sodium, lower in fat version of my favorite soup to dine out for. Easy to make and leftovers are even tastier the next day! Great along side a salad for lunch or beginning course at dinner.
very filling low cal soup
A healthy way to enjoy an American favorite!
Super flavorful, this chili is a meal in itself. It's a mix of sweet, nutty, spicy warm goodness.
From Better Homes & Gardens New Cook Book (1981), page 756.
From Eat-Clean Diet Cookbook-pg 71
cabbage soup, 0 points!
Yummy and healthy!!
A great vegetarian twist on Split Pea Soup.
A weight watchers recipe. There is another recipe listed, but the per serving nutrition information is incorrect. For this recipe, 1 serving is about 1 cup of soup. Recipe makes 4 servings.
Sounds unusual, but try it! It's excellent for using up your Halloween pumpkins.
A tasty and flavorful soup to appease both carnivores and vegetarians.
Fabulous split pea soup!! Even the kids love it!
This is a staple in our house during cold weather. I adapted this from a local resteraunt.
From Super Soups by Sally Meddock
Low Cal Stew! Best made in cast iron dutch oven.
Great for cold nights! This "stew" will warm you up from the inside out!
I call this soup pseudo-sophisticated because of how gourmet it tastes, even though it is one of the easiest things to make! I got this recipe off of www.vegweb.com and I absolutely love it. I have made some modifications but its basically the same. This soup has AMAZING fiber and protein values.
This is great for when you have a cold and need some comfort! I'm sure it will get you feeling better in no time!