It’s National Soup Month!

by in Healthy Recipes, January 22, 2012
Guy's Ginger-Carrot Soup
Happy National Soup Month!

Celebrate National Soup Month by staying warm (and healthy!) with Food Network chefs’ best low-cal soups, from the latest issue of Food Network Magazine.

Guy’s carrot, ginger and potato soup (pictured above) has less than 200 calories per serving. Top with low-fat Greek yogurt and pine nuts for a creamy-crunchy combination.

Add a new soup to your go-to list. Full of chiles, peppers and shrimp, we guarantee you’ll love this Spicy Shrimp Broth from Marcela Valladolid.

Emeril’s take on the classic chicken soup has mint, lemon and red pepper flakes. Don’t forget the cayenne pepper for an extra kick.

Swiss chard, carrots, cannellini beans and spinach come together in Bobby’s hearty Minestrone With Parmigiano-Reggiano for a delicious dish that has less than 300 calories.

Ellie’s lightened-up New! New England Clam Chowder is anything but boring. Canadian bacon gives it subtle smoky tones, while hot sauce takes the flavor to a whole new level.

What’s your favorite soup?

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Comments (10)

  1. emmycooks says:

    This was my favorite soup of 2011:
    http://emmycooks.wordpress.com/2012/01/07/the-bes

    Maybe one of the soups in this post will become a 2012 favorite!

  2. actorsdiet says:

    i often make soups, usually a variation on this one, even in the summer!
    http://theactorsdiet.wordpress.com/2010/07/16/sou

  3. Sarah says:

    I definitely think that soup is a great and easy meal, especially for something during the cold, winter months. Soup can be made with all different types of ingredients and can be made healthy as well!

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