5 Soups to Try for the Colder Days

Baked Potato Soup

Baked Potato SoupSoup is the ultimate relaxing food. It is a quick and easy meal to prepare; you simply add the ingredients you like and let them boil. If you feel cold or need an easy-to-chew meal, then it’s a great time to make soup. Here are some soups you should try:

Super-tasty Miso Broth

Mixed with wild rice to make it more nutritious than regular rice, this is a good foundation of both magnesium and phosphorus for maintaining a healthy teeth and skin.

Baked Potato Soup

This soup that can warm you up, but it doesn’t need laborious preparation. Adding cheddar or parmesan improves its savory taste, making it more phenomenal.

Chicken Noodle Soup with Spring Veggie

Is there anything more relaxing than homemade chicken noodle soup? It’s ideal for cold days, especially when you are fighting a cold or flu. This easy-to-cook and satisfying soup is one of the ideal ways to prevent leftover vegetables to spoil.

Cream Mushroom Gumbo

This garden-fresh is lighter and easy to make. Mixed with chopped mushrooms and packed with protein, it has a refreshing earthy flavor that you will enjoy. Customculinary.com says that you can also put in a cream base soup and add beef instead of chicken slices.

Crab Chowder

Like all seafood, crab tastes best when fresh. During the colder months, coastal areas have a rich catch of seafood, like Dungeness crab and lobsters, which is a great timing for this authentic soup. This recipe is easy to prepare; you can start it with a whole Dungeness crab steamed or boiled in white wine and veggie broth.

Making soup doesn’t need to be expensive. All you need is to look for specific ingredients and start following recipes — or improvise if you can.