10 Fantastic Healthy Crockpot Soup Recipes To Fill You Up

Are you looking for a new healthy Crockpot soup recipe? Maybe your current recipe leaves you feeling hungry and you want one to fill you up? Or are you curious about Crockpot soup recipes and want to know more?

No matter what the reason is that brought you here, we have the answer for you! 

10 Fantastic Healthy Crockpot Soup Recipes To Fill You Up

Finding a healthy Crockpot soup recipe can be challenging, especially if you have not made one before. You head online for some guidance but are met with page after page of confusing recipes.

How are you supposed to narrow down your search and find the best one for you? 

Well, that is where we come in to save the day. We have done the hard work for you and are proud to bring you 10 fantastic healthy Crockpot soup recipes to fill you up!

We have personally tested each of these recipes to ensure they are all healthy, delicious, and easy to make! 

Let’s dive into our list now and show you the best Crockpot soup recipes out there.

1. Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup

First up, we have this delicious chicken noodle soup. It is the ideal comfort food for when you need to warm up or are feeling a little rundown.

In just four steps you can have a delicious and healthy soup that will fill your body with the nutrients it needs. 

The recipe also comes with lots of adjustments and suggestions that allow you to tailor the soup to your needs. We recommend adding extra veggies to get more nutrients into the meal.

It also pads out the soup and can leave you feeling fuller for longer. 

2. Crockpot Tomato Soup

Next, we have this delicious vegan tomato soup. It’s a healthy soup that can be left to cook all day, ready for you to enjoy once you walk through the door. You don’t need many ingredients for this soup either, with most of the ingredients coming from your pantry. 

This recipe does call for you to saute your veggies in a skillet before adding them to the Crockpot.

This won’t take you more than a few minutes, but it’s worth factoring it into your cooking time. You don’t have to if you don’t want to, but it does enhance the flavors of the veggies if you sautee them first. 

3. Split Pea And Ham Soup

We have a classic soup for you that can also be made in your Crockpot! The soup is topped with some shredded smoked gouda and small pieces of crispy ham. Combined with the flavors in the soup, this is a delicious meal that the whole family will enjoy!

You will need to crisp the ham in a pan, but this can be done just before serving! Alternatively, you can crisp the ham ahead of time and warm it in the microwave, the choice is yours. 

What we love about this soup is that it is packed full of veggies, providing your body with lots of nutrients. The ham and cheese topping provides a source of protein that will fill you up.

It’s a fantastic soup recipe that will leave you satisfied on a cold evening. 

4. Black Bean Tortilla Soup

If you want a delicious vegan soup, this is the recipe for you! The black bean tortilla soup is full of protein with a surprisingly creamy texture thanks to the vegetable broth and refried beans. 

There is loads of flavor in this soup thanks to the chilies, peppers, onion, and red enchilada sauce. You can opt to make your sauce, although the canned sauce does speed the process up. 

We love how simple the recipe is to follow and how many topping ideas it gives you! Vegans will need to swap the cheese and sour cream for plant-based options, but these can be easily sourced in your grocery store. 

5. Sausage Kale Soup With Sweet Potato

This delicious soup only takes 15 minutes to prepare, making it perfect for anyone in a rush in the mornings. Simply pop all the ingredients in and allow the sweet smell to fill your home all day when it cooks.

You will be salivating by the time dinner rolls around, and you get to eat this delicious sausage kale soup, 

Compared to other Crockpot recipes today, this one is a quick one to prepare, taking just 3 hours. It’s low in calories per portion and packed full of vegetables and flavor.

You do need to cook the vegetables and sausages on a skillet before adding them to the Crockpot, but this doesn’t take too long. 

The sweet potatoes add a wonderful flavor to the soup and are a good alternative for anyone avoiding white potatoes. Plus, they go so tender when they are cooked in a Crockpot!

6. Wild Rice Vegetable Soup

For the veggies and vegans in the room, we have another delicious soup for you! This soup is so tasty, anyone can eat it! Trust us, you won’t miss the flavor of meat when you eat this soup. 

This is another recipe where all of the ingredients are cooked in the Crockpot, making it super easy for you. White beans add some protein to the recipe too, helping you to feel fuller for longer. The recipe also offers some substitutions, allowing you to tailor it to your needs. 

We do recommend using either kale or spinach to add some extra nutrients to the soup. Plus, it’s always nice to have some green floating in your soup!

7. Greek Lemon Chicken Soup

This Greek-inspired soup is wonderful to enjoy any night of the week! After you have tried this soup you won’t want to eat normal chicken noodle soup again.

The egg-lemon broth is wonderful, we bet you won’t have tasted anything like it before! It complements the orzo or rice perfectly. 

We recommend that you do not use instant rice with this recipe, as the cooking time varies from the other ingredients, leaving you with overcooked, mushy rice.

We found that orzo worked best and gave us a wonderful consistency that was perfect to eat. 

8. Chicken Enchilada And Quinoa Soup

That’s right. We have another chicken soup for you! This time, we have turned up the heat and are bringing you a spicy dish.

The recipe is super easy to follow, with just two steps, both of which are done in the Crockpot. 

The quinoa adds extra nutritional value to the soup and pairs well with the veggies and chicken. This is a hearty bowl packed with protein thanks to the chicken and beans, keeping you full all evening.

It’s the perfect soup to come home to, and all the spices will have you salivating as soon as you walk through the door. 

9. Sweet Potato Soup

If you love sweet potatoes, you are sure to love this soup! The veggie soup can easily be made vegan by using plant-based butter and swapping the chicken broth for vegetables too.

There are plenty of flavors thanks to the seasoning and an added sweetness from the sweet potatoes. It’s a healthy lunch or dinner option the whole family will love! 

The recipe is so easy to follow, with just two steps. It also comes with some tips that allow you to tailor the soup to your tastes. In just a few hours you can be enjoying a tasty bowl of this soup without putting in any hard work. 

10. Turkey Ginger Noodle Soup

This is another quick Crockpot recipe, cooking the entire soup in just over 4 hours. It’s the perfect soup for when you want a warming and comforting meal.

The ginger adds a nice level of spice to the soup, without it being too spicy. If you don’t like overly spicy food, you can reduce the amount of chili powder you add. 

Although the recipe calls for turkey, we found it works just as well with chicken too! You do need to cook your meat before you add it to the Crockpot, so be sure to allow time to do that.

There are loads of fresh veggies and seasoning in this soup that makes it so nourishing! 

You can also use frozen veggies or swap any of them out for veggies you have at home. That is the great thing about this recipe, it can be tailored so easily to suit your needs! 

Final Thoughts 

And there you have it, 10 fantastic healthy Crockpot recipes to fill you up! Whether you are looking for a plant-based dinner, a soup to fill with meat and veggies, or some new inspiration, we are sure you will have found what you were looking for today. 

Be sure to use our tips and tricks when making these recipes to make the process easier and to enjoy a delicious and healthy soup that will fill you up!

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