These days it seems like we’re all searching for ways to stay healthy, and these immune system boosting soups are a good place to start so you get your five a day.
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Find out how to stockpile your freezer
full of healthy meals to see you through the flu season.
It seems like food is flying off the shelves in a supermarket frenzy.
Before you go and randomly stockpile your pantry take a look at these immune system boosting soup recipes.
They’re jam packed with vitamins and nutrients to help keep your body healthy.
No one can guarantee that we won’t catch a cold or the flu, but experts are saying those who are healthy stand a better chance of fighting it off, so let’s all follow Dr Oz’s advice and get those veggies down!
If you want to improve your chances of getting in your five a day be sure to check out our immune buster smoothie collection too!
This lovely homemade soup recipe is the kind you make when you feel a little something coming on. If your nose is feeling stuffy, there’s a little scratch in your throat, and you want to stay in your PJs all day, this is the recipe you need.
This Winter Squash, Leek And Vegetable Soup With Tofu Croutons is completely loaded with vegetables, making it nutritious but still undeniably delicious.
This easy soup recipe is ideal for a light dinner and lunch leftovers to keep your wellness in check every day of the year. Plan ahead and double the recipe – you can freeze it in single serve portions for busy or sick day convenience.
This incredible Coconut Ginger Carrot Soup is so easy to make and has the most amazing, slightly sweet and perfectly spiced flavour. If you love flavours like coconut and ginger, you’re going to love this filling, nourishing, vegan carrot soup.
This immune boosting Curried Cauliflower “Rice” soup is an easy-to-prepare dish that is packed full of ingredients to support your immune system through this winter season. The nourishing ingredients include curry, turmeric, cauliflower, carrots, kale and coconut milk. It's also perfect for vegan and clean eating diets.
This Feel Better Pho Recipe is a plant-based, Asian soup for cold symptom relief. It’s a 15 minute recipe so it doesn't require a lot of prep, which is perfect for when you're feeling under the weather.
Help your body fight off cold and flu viruses with this immune-boosting soup. Packed with the goodness of garlic, ginger, lemon, and coconut milk, this Lemon Ginger Chicken Soup not only tastes delicious on a cold winter day but is loaded with super foods to help you power through cold and flu season.
This creamy, plant-based soup is bursting with vitamin A and other goodness. The recipe include carrots, sweet potato, and a warming Thai curry blended with an unexpected ingredient—almond butter—which makes it a sweet and spicy, rich soup.
This quick and easy 21 Day Fix Feel Better Soup is the most deliciously comforting thing that you can make with four ingredients. There are even Instant Pot instructions for no fuss cooking!
This oil-free Cleansing Detox Soup is packed with all the good stuff, and by good stuff I mean immune-boosting natural remedies like fresh lemon juice, fresh zingy ginger, bright turmeric, balancing cinnamon, and a touch of spicy cayenne. Detoxifying vegetables and leafy greens like kale, broccoli, celery and carrots will cleanse, nourish and make you feel whole.
Don't miss this recipe for a marvellous, immunity boosting soup with some cold-fighting garlic tortilla triangles for dipping. It’s a triple-carb affair because your body needs the fuel. There are veggies in there too and it’s the perfect base to add some shredded chicken or tofu to if you want to.
This Golden Beet and Fennel Soup is an earthy, creamy, healthful recipe full of nutrients and fibre.
A simple dashi is the base of this warming, healing miso soup. With lots of veggies, soba noodles & tofu, it's hearty enough to be a meal on its own.