10 Soups and Stews to Cozy Up to This FallArticle posted in: FreshStart
The leaves are falling, there’s a pleasant chill in the air and your appetite turns to the thought of soups and stews—the best way to get warm from the inside out.
Nutrisystem has you covered with plenty of hot, steamy and delicious soups and stews for both lunch and dinner that are perfect for weight loss.
Here are 10 of our top tummy-warming soups and stews to enjoy this season:
Southwestern seasonings and zesty peppers give this white chili its zing. It’s chock full of white meat chicken and filling white beans nestled in a creamy Cheddar cheese sauce. Click here to make it yours! >
Reminiscent of a comforting Pennsylvania Dutch chicken and noodle dish, this lighter version contains fork-tender chicken and egg noodles that provide satisfying carbs all in a rich chicken broth with loads of veggies. Click here to make it yours! >
This version of the staple of childhood lunches—you ate it after a hard day of raking and jumping into leaves or building snowmen—is just as warm and delicious as you remember. Filled with veggies, white meat chicken and thick curly noodles, it’s only 110 calories of pure comfort food. Pair with a salad for a full lunch. Click here to make it yours! >
Go vegetarian with zest with this Tex-Mex–inspired soup loaded with black beans, corn, rice, peppers and corn tortillas spiced with cilantro and other Mexican flavors. Click here to make it yours! >
Smoky ham is slow-simmered in a savory broth with white beans, carrots and celery for a soup that’s flavorful, comforting and filling. Click here to make it yours! >
This traditional Italian soup has its origins in the rural countryside where thick, rich, one-pot meals fed huge, hard-working families after a day in the fields. The beans, pasta and veggies, in a hearty sauce, will fill you up after a hard day at work. It’s diabetes friendly and vegetarian. Click here to make it yours! >
People love this flavorful and filling chili which they eat as a meal or toss over spaghetti squash. It’s not overly spicy, so a few drops of regular hot sauce or Sriracha will satisfy your yen for heat. Click here to make it yours! >
This stew, a worldwide favorite, has big chunks of savory beef, mixed with cubes of potato and carrots, as well as peas in a slow-simmered sauce. Sure, you could make it yourself in a slow cooker, but we save you all the slicing and dicing. Click here to make it yours! >
Our diabetes and vegetarian friendly recipe for this Southwest classic contains not one, but four kinds of beans, making it an excellent source of protein as well as dietary fiber to make you feel full! Best of all, it’s in a rich, homemade-tasting tomato sauce, just waiting for that sprinkle of fat-free cheddar or Monterey jack cheese to make it the perfect entrée. Click here to make it yours! >
Arguably the ultimate comfort food, our chicken pot pie delivers everything you expect from this dish except the fat and calories. For only 270 calories, you get savory chicken in a creamy gravy with potatoes, carrots and peas, underneath a flaky puff pastry-like crust. Click here to make it yours! >