When it comes to making soups in a food processor, there are literally endless combinations. Plus, you can make them hot or cold. Anytime you’re feeling tired, having allergy issues, suffering from joint pain, or simply low on zest and zip, a bowl of healthy and tasty creamy soup can make you feel like a new you again.
Unfortunately, soups have got a bad rep for being time-consuming. This is where a quality food processor will come handy. Not only will it help you save your cooking time, but will also make your soup as nutritious as possible.
Creamy butternut squash soup is such a warming and hearty soup perfect for both the frosty winter nights and the cool summer rainy days.
Butternut squash is a great source of free radical-scavenging vitamin C, potassium, fiber, protein, and immune-supportive and eye-friendly vitamin A, while walnuts are plentiful in anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids. Add in an antioxidant packed ingredient like onion and you will get a bowl of a healing soup in a jiffy.
Whether you’re vegan or just trying to reduce your meat consumption, this broccoli soup will definitely make you and your stomach happy.
Although the core recipe includes 12 ingredients (plus olive oil and salt), you can make your own tweaks to alter the texture and taste. It must be flavorful enough alone, particularly when you gently cook it, but I suggest adding one sweet potato for extra creaminess.
Wow your family with a bowl of creamy comfort soup for dinner today! Tomatoes boast a mega cancer-fighting antioxidant, lycopene, that will keep you all healthy, especially if you consume it regularly.
With a touch of garlic, a mix of basil and oregano, and a tiny bit of coconut milk, this soup will hit all your pleasure points and satisfy everyone’s taste buds while also fill you up.
This potato soup is not too runny and not too lumpy, but just too yummy and incredibly healthy. It’s filling while being quickly and easy to digest.
Leeks are packed with vitamin K, folate, vitamin C, manganese, copper, vitamin B6, iron, dietary fiber, vitamin E, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin A. Potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin B6, manganese, potassium, copper, phosphorus, pantothenic acid, niacin, and dietary fiber. Doesn’t it sound like a good reason to make a potato leek soup right now? You can opt for sweet potatoes for a little bit sweeter taste.
Once you try this healthy vegan soup, you won’t be as tempted to eat fatty soups anymore. This award-winning soup looks oh-so-fancy that even your little picky eaters will want to try it.
The key ingredient, asparagus, is overflowing with nutrients, including copper, folate, selenium, pantothenic acid, protein, iron, zinc, choline, potassium, niacin, phosphorus, manganese, dietary fiber, and vitamins A, B2, B6, C and E. Top it with pumpkin seeds or crushed cashews to add slightly nutty flavor to your soup.
Looking to detox or watching your calorie intake? Suffering from food allergies? Gluten intolerant? I’ve got something special for you as well.
This cleansing soup is vegan, gluten-, nut- and dairy-free, and is extremely low in fat, sodium, sugar, and calories. Kale is chock full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that will help your body function at its best. 1 cup provides 133% of daily recommended intake of vitamin A and 134% of vitamin C – the recipe requires 5 cups, now imagine how vitamin rich a kale soup is. Think about it the next time you pass by the kale pile in the supermarket.
“Healing” isn’t just a fluff word in the title. This carrot soup consists of a number of healing ingredients that promote your overall health and keep your immunity strong during the cold and flu season.
Garlic found in the soup is one of the most powerful natural antibiotics known for its potent antioxidant content as well as antiviral and antifungal properties. The active component in garlic, allicin, has been shown to have great antimicrobial properties.
Carrots are packed with vitamins, including vitamin A that’s essential for your eye health. Turmeric provides anti-inflammatory effects and is a wonderful source of both manganese and iron.
Cauliflower is often perceived as a boring white version of a more popular broccoli. While I do agree cauliflower has little to no flavor, it makes a delicious and beautiful meal, when cooked with the right ingredients.
Apart from cauliflower, this super healthy soup contains carrots, leeks, garlic, celery, spinach, basil and some other ingredients rich is essential nutrients. Plus, it’s quick and easy to make.
9. Chilled Avocado Cucumber Soup
Have only 10 minutes for making dinner? No worries. This is enough time to make a yummy and wholesome avocado cucumber soup.
All you need is a set of healthy ingredients and a food processor. Avocados are literally everywhere and for an obvious reason. They’re fortified with nearly 20 vitamins and minerals, phytonutrients, and heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids. Cucumber is an excellent source of molybdenum, vitamin K and the pantothenic acid, along with other nutrients. Combine those two potent ingredients and say goodbye to diseases.
Spinach alkalizes your body to fight bacteria and inflammation, and zucchini is high in dietary fiber that keeps you full in the long run.
The soup is also packed with magnesium that supports bone and muscle health, and a host of other vitamins and minerals. Making a nutrient-rich soup is like making a big investment towards your overall health.
Food processor soups make the ideal freezer dinner and you can easily thaw and store them well for three months in a freezer-safe container. You can also have them for breakfast and brunch to get a quick energy boost and strengthen your immune system along the way. Feel free to make food swaps to your liking.