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11 Best Healthy Soup Recipes To Lose Weight

You’ve heard of the many soup “diets” which promise to help you to lose weight quickly, and you’re intrigued. It sounds simple: drink ‘healthy soup recipes
for a few days and lose weight. People who are trying to lose weight are now more careful especially when it comes to the methods that they use to shed off that
excess weight. Gone were the days that men and women try to starve themselves to death so that they can drop a couple of pounds in a few days. They realized
that eating healthy meals and having a good lifestyle are the best techniques to achieve that body to-die-for. One solution for this is by taking cabbage soup to
lose weight.

The soup diets are simple, and they certainly can help you to lose weight. However, they’re not a miracle dieting solution. You can’t live on soup forever. They
help you to lose weight in two ways: they can kick-start your diet, and they can help you to get off a diet plateau.

Let’s start by looking at 11 best healthy soup recipes to lose weight which you can use.

1. Recipe for Cabbage Soup Diet

6 large green onions
2 green peppers
1 – 2 cans of diced tomatoes
A bunch of celery
1 to 2 cubes of bouillon
A package of Lipton onion soup mix
One cabbage head


Now, first of all, you need to cut all the vegetables into smaller pieces and cover them with water. You may use a V-8 juice if you want.
After this boil the ingredients for 10 minutes.

Decrease the simmer & continue cooking till the time all the vegetables get tender.
Season the soup with salt, garlic powder, parsley, pepper, etc.

2. Potato and Leek Soup


Ingredients: 1 chopped leek, 5 diced potatoes, 500 ml vegetable stock, 1 tablespoon olive oil, 2 tablespoons chopped parsley.

Directions: Heat the olive oil in a saucepan and add leek. When it becomes slightly brown, add the potatoes and let it cook on low heat for half an hour. Stir
occasionally. Now add the vegetable stock and mix well. Simmer till it thickens. Cool the soup and blend it until smooth. Pour into bowls and enjoy this low-calorie
healthy soup!

3. Winter Melon Soup with Lotus Leaf

The winter melon is not only delicious and inexpensive but also highly recognized as a top weight controller. According to the traditional Chinese medicine, the
winter melon helps with the secretion of fluids in the stomach, which will reduce the intake of foods. Besides fresh lotus leaves, it can also be cooked together
with ginger slices.

4. Kelp and Bean Sprout Soup

Cooked with such ingredients as kelp, soybean sprouts, carrots and tomatoes, this soup is nutritious and filling. It is worth mentioning that the kelp maintains
the PH of the body more than seven if you have it when you are losing weight.

5. Turkey Taco Diet Soup


The base of this diet is taco seasoning mix. You can add half a pound of minced turkey or chicken if you wish. The main ingredients are three large tins of
kidney beans (drained and rinsed), two large tins of diced canned tomatoes (added as-is), and a diced onion. Add everything to a large pot with a cup of water,
and stir. Heat to boiling, then simmer for around 40 minutes.

4. Quick Vegetable Noodles

This soup is easy to make. It is done by adding some vegetables and an egg when the noodles are boiling in the pot. However, the weight-related trick lies in the
ratio of the noodles to the vegetables and the way you enjoy it. The amount of the vegetables should be twice or more of the noodles. Eat the vegetables first.

5. Quick Vegetable Noodles


This soup is easy to make. It is done by adding some vegetables and an egg when the noodles are boiling in the pot. However, the weight-related trick lies in the
ratio of the noodles to the vegetables and the way you enjoy it. The amount of the vegetables should be twice or more of the noodles. Eat the vegetables first.

6. Vegetable Soup with Curry

The Indian curry powder, instead of the processed curry cube which is highly fatty, enhances the metabolism. Boil the vegetable stock with some water first.
Then add some curry powder, tomatoes and some vegetables such as bell peppers and eggplants. It will turn out to bear special flavor.

7. Vegetables With A Dried Soup Base

This healthy soup recipe has as its base onion soup mix or any other dry packet soup which appeals to you.

Here’s how to make it. Shred one CABBAGE into a large pot. Thinly slice other vegetables you have on hand: ONION, CARROTS, GREEN BEANS, and
TOMATOES and add those to the pot too. Add the dry soup mix (one packet or two) and a tin of CANNED TOMATOES. Add water. Stir, and bring to the
boil; boil for five to ten minutes.

8. Chicken Soup Diet

The Chicken forms a healthy soup recipe. It’s becoming a popular diet that is proven to be effective as well. Your eating program will only consist of strictly
one breakfast a day followed by all the chicken soup throughout the day. There is an exact recipe for this soup diet, and certain choices for breakfast are only allowed.

9. Carrot Soup

Ingredients: 1 tablespoon olive oil, 5-6 chopped carrots, 1 chopped onion, 10 grams of root ginger, 1 cube of vegetable stock, 3 cups water, 1 tablespoon basil,
salt, and pepper to taste.

Directions: Heat a pan and put oil then add onion, carrot, and ginger. Cook until onion becomes soft. Make vegetable stock with the cube and water and add to
the pan. Bring it to a boil and simmer for half an hour till carrots turn soft. Add salt and pepper and blend this in a mixer and add little water if required. Garnish
with basil and enjoy this healthy soup recipe! It is a bright color soup and can be enjoyed with a toast.

10. Traditional Minestrone Soup


This recipe makes enough soup to serve six people, so you can halve it if you want, or make the same amount and freeze some if you will not have that many

This is a healthy soup recipe as well as a highly delicious one and the vegetables, beans, tomato puree, stock and other ingredients all blend perfectly to make
the most wonderful soup.

What you will need:

3 peeled, chopped carrots
4 pints (2 liters) vegetable bouillon (stock)
2 crushed garlic cloves
1 chopped onion
14 oz (400g) can butter beans
14 oz (400g) can chopped tomatoes
1 tablespoon olive oil
4 chopped celery sticks
2 tablespoons tomato puree
2 peeled, diced potatoes
5 oz (140g) spaghetti, broken into small pieces
1/2 head shredded savoy cabbage

How to make it:

Blend the celery with the onion and carrots in a food processor until they are in small pieces. Heat the olive oil in a soup pot and add the garlic, potatoes, and
vegetables. Cover the pot and cook the mixture over high heat for five minutes or until soft.

Stir in the tomato puree, tomatoes, and stock and bring the mixture to a boil. Let the soup simmer for ten minutes on a low to medium heat.
Add the spaghetti and butter beans and cook the soup for another ten minutes. Add the cabbage and cook it for two minutes, then ladle the soup into bowls and
serve it immediately with crusty bread.

11. Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup

It’s full of vegetables and low in calories, with just 122 per serving. You can feed your family as the recipe makes 8 servings or make a batch and eat it
throughout the week.

30 oz. cans black beans drained and rinsed
9 oz. cans chopped green chilies
1 14 oz. can Mexican stewed tomatoes, undrained; one can petite-diced tomatoes, undrained and one can whole kernel corn, drained
4 green onions
3 T. chili powder
1 t. ground cumin (optional)
1 T garlic powder (or fresh)


Combine all ingredients in your slow cooker and set the temperature to low. Cook for 8 hours and serve immediately. To reduce sodium, use dry black beans
which have been soaked overnight and corn with no salt added. Better still, use fresh corn if you have it.


Each of us finds many reasons to enjoy a bowl of soup; it takes care of the solid and liquid needs of the body. Soups help in losing weight by making us feel
full. They also help in getting over fever or cold and a lot more. Whatever may be your reason to have the bowl of soup, enjoy it wholeheartedly, because here
are a few tips to make any of your favorite soup healthier.

Use fresh ingredients
Swap cream with milk
Blot the fat
Use more of herbs and spices.
Make your soup a complete meal.

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