10 Healthy Soups and Stews

10 of my favorite soups and stews to keep you warm on cold winter evenings.

10 Healthy Soups and Stews

A few weeks ago, we flew out of Chicago just before the snow started falling and the temps dropped below zero. This year, unlike most winters, we got lucky. If you’re in the midwest (or another frigid location) – my heart goes out to you. I don’t know how you do it, but here are ten of of my favorite healthy soup recipes that will hopefully help warm & nourish the soul.

I make these all the time, but I want to know – what are you favorite soups?

Pictured above: Butternut Squash Soup
Curried Red Lentil Sweet Potato Stew / Ribollita Tuscan White Bean Stew
Chickpea Miso Noodle Soup / Tomato Chickpea & Coconut Soup

10 Healthy Soups and Stews

Pictured Above: Butternut Squash Black Bean Chili
“Creamy” Sundried Tomato Soup / Spicy Black Bean Soup
Ginger Miso Soup with Tokyo Turnips / Saffron Couscous & Spinach Stew


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  1. This is what I call comfort food. I absolutely fell in love with Ginger Miso Soup. Thanks for Sharing the recipes.

  2. Mathew from yourmeds247.com

    I love to take Butternut Squash Soup in the evening, gonna try out ginger miso as well this week for sure. thanks for the collection.

  3. Jane from baking-ginger.com

    Tomatoes, chickpeas and coconut… YUM!!! That sounds absolutely incredible… I guess I’ll be making soup for dinner 😉

  4. Janet from rambling-rho.com

    The tomato chickpea coconut soup sounds amazing! Can’t wait to try 🙂

  5. Jesse from thedomestic.squarespace.com

    For sure trying the ribollita! I’m in Chicago too and posting about soups:) Too cold here rt now!! Thanks for all of the inspo:)

    • jeanine

      Ha, yea it’s way too cold for me 🙂

  6. Amazing Blog! I wish everyone had great time here. And thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipes…

    Keep Sharing..

  7. Ellen from EllenDebenport.com

    I have made the Butternut Squash Black Bean Chili a couple of times and it is absolutely delicious! Hearty, tasty and easy, especially when I buy butternut squash that’s already peeled and cut into cubes. (Sometimes the labor is worth paying for!) This is becoming a standard for me.

    • Katherine

      When I found out Jamie Oliver never peels butternut squash I stopped also. So much simpler, and just delicious. I’ve never had a complaint.

      • jeanine

        I didn’t know that, but I’ll have to give it a go next time 🙂

    • jeanine

      Ha, I’m so glad you’ve loved that one!

  8. Mollie from sweetsonpoint.com

    I need that saffron cous cous stew for lunch right now. Looks incredible! I’ve had nothing but success making your recipes! 🙂

    • jeanine

      Hi Mollie – thanks that makes me so happy to hear!

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