The 6 soups you NEED to try this winter

By Rachel O'Regan |

Keys2words - Zucchini + Bacon Soup by Madeline Biancardi

Well, it’s official. Winter has well and truly arrived Down Under.

But although you may have to pile on a few extra layers when you head outdoors, the best bit about the chilly weather is having the legit excuse to eat nutrient-dense (and delicious!) soups, every single day.

Grab a spoon…

Coconut Curry Pumpkin Soup

Just one spoonful of this silky, laksa-inspired soup and you’ll feel like you’re reclining on a beach off the coast of Bangkok.

Keys2words: Coconut Curry Pumpkin Soup by IQS

Curried Cauliflower Soup with Super Seed Sprinkle

With potato and cauliflower, this soup is a winter vegstravaganza. We’ve topped it with toasted seeds for extra crunch and nutritional punch!

Keys2words: Curried Cauliflower Soup by IQS

Anti-inflammatory Pumpkin Soup with Parmesan Croutons

This soup is so buttery, sweet and comforting that you’ll have to go in for a second bowl. And did we mention… Parmesan croutons?!

Keys2words - Pumpkin Soup recipe with Parmesan Croutons

Creamy Zucchini Bacon Soup

Zucchini absorbs all the bacon-y flavours of this soup and makes it extra creamy. Yet another great use for favourite vegetable!

Keys2words - Zucchini + Bacon Soup by Madeline Biancardi

Beetroot & Sweet Potato Soup

Beetroot and sweet potato are both left-of-centre soup ingredients. Which might be why they go together so well! This soup is perfect for when you feel like an antioxidant boost (that vibrant red says it all).

Keys2words - Beetroot & Sweet Potato Soup by Madeline Shaw

Green Minestrone

Zucchinis, chickpeas, cabbage, peas… you’re going to feel pretty virtuous after eating this soup. Also, this recipe comes to a touch under $2 a serve – just as cheap and so much better than the stuff you get in a can!

Keys2words - Green Minestrone Soup

We originally published this article in July 2016. We updated it in June 2017.

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