Nothing warms you up on a cold winter’s day like homemade soup! Enjoy our selection of tasty soups. Find one to ladle out to your guests to keep them glowing on the inside. We have soups, chowders, chilis, and gazpachos for you to choose. Combine these soups with a small lunch or salad and create a delicious meal!
This filling and hot entree is perfect after a football game or to warm up on cool nights. And the squash and carrots are great sources of vitamins A and C, potassium and fiber.
Happy Passover! Enjoy this excellent matzo ball recipe.
This hearty soup is a real family pleaser and stomach filler.
Submitted by Holly Clegg, author of trim&TERRIFIC® Gulf Coast Favorites
This recipe is perfect for St. Patrick’s day and healthy at the same time! You can multiply the ingredients to make additional servings, or you can also freeze or store in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.
Soup! The best comfort food around on a cold winter day or night. This minestrone-style soup is hearty, healthy and satisfying, loaded with veggies and pasta, and makes a delicious one-pot meal.
This recipe is from Holly Clegg's Too Hot in the Kitchen: Secrets To Sizzle At Any Age cookbook.
There’s nothing like chicken soup to warm you up on a cold winter’s day. This perfect comfort food is just like how Grandma used to make it. The addition of spices and vegetables gives this soup a great and customizable recipe for you to try out!
Try this healthy and great-tasting twist on your favorite chili recipe. White Bean Chili is full of calcium and healthy nutrients, and a good source of complex carbohydrates. Add hot sauce, kidney beans and chicken breasts for a “five alarm” taste!
Serve up this New England classic and you're sure to receive some "oohs" and "ahhs.” This low-fat recipe puts on a spectacular show for family and friends.
This hearty soup is full of veggies and tastes great! Warm up on a cool night with this healthy favorite! Serve with warm cornbread or your favorite "whole grain" bread.
Gazpacho is served chilled, which makes it perfect for a summer meal starter. This cold tomato-based soup is low in calories and almost fat-free. Include peppers and other seasonings in the soup too.
After a morning of cross-country skiing or sledding with the kids, nothing’s more warming than a bowl of hearty vegetable soup for lunch. We frequently make a double batch, freezing half for another meal. Team this soup with some crisp winter apples or pears and a serving of low-fat cheddar cheese, and you’re ready for company.