4 Wholesome, Homemade Fall Soup Recipes

By Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.C.N., C.N.S., C.B.T.

Autumn has arrived! Celebrate by breaking out your soup or crock pot and making some comforting, warming and wholesome soups – click on the pictures below to get my healthy soup recipes.

Bon appétit!

Fall Soups from My Healthy Recipe Collection

Dr. Sinatra’s Spicy Chicken Soup

This light, yet robust, chicken soup helps support your immune system during cold season and will heat you up from the inside with its spicy goodness. Don’t be shy –  the spicier the soup, the better for hurrying that cold or flu along.

healthy soup recipe Dr. Sinatra's chicken soup

Smart-Carb Pumpkin and Potato Soup

Looking for a satisfying and creamy soup to warm up with? This is it. Chock full of satiating and healthy carbs alongside silky coconut milk, this soup is a comforting fall staple.

healthy recipe pumpkin and potato soup

Lentil Carrot Soup

Lentils are packed with nutrients and vegetable based protein. This soup sticks to your bones and is so hearty it can even be spooned over steamed vegetables, seafood, or quinoa.

healthy recipe lentil soup

Cauliflower Soup

Savory, creamy and simple, this soup is earthy and loaded with vitamins and nutrients. Whip up a pot in no time.

healthy recipe cauliflower soup

Enjoy more healthy recipes here!

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  1. Phil DiChiaro

    on October 14, 2016 at 9:24 am

    Thank You !!!

  2. Joie

    on October 14, 2016 at 9:59 am

    Dr Sinatra, you have been my favorite doctor for years…Is consuming Coconut Milk or coconut stuff in soups good for someone with CAD?

  3. HeartMD Editor

    on October 17, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    Hi Joie, Thank you! Coconut gets a bad rap sometimes because it contains saturated fat, which – for decades – was blamed for heart disease. Dr. Sinatra doesn’t believe that saturated fats cause heart disease and thinks they’re okay – even good for you – eaten in moderation – see https://heartmdinstitute.com/health-and-wellness/is-saturated-fat-really-bad-for-you/. Conventional medicine is slowly awakening to the truth about saturated fats – see https://heartmdinstitute.com/diet-nutrition/more-proof-saturated-fats-not-the-enemy/. Coconut in soup is not going to harm you; just be sure to use unsweetened versions, as sugar is much more of a threat to heart health than the fat in coconut – see https://heartmdinstitute.com/detox-toxins/villains-in-body/

  4. Charles & Mary Anne

    on October 21, 2016 at 10:10 pm

    My wife makes a soup by using what ever we have on hand, it comes out very good most of the times. the ones that do not taste so good i add some spiecy to it and it taste a lot better. The soup she fix do not have any meat in it some time. My wife and i are on social security, so it is hard to add meat to our meal. just by using what vegable we have on hand.
    We also buy your protin dink, we think it is very good.

  5. Milena K.

    on October 17, 2018 at 5:36 pm

    Please tell me if it is safe to take 2000mg of Niacin with your Omega Q Plus with Resveratrol? I am doing that right now, and have been for approximately 6 months. Also, what is the difference between Krill Oil and Calamarine Oil? Thank you!

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