For a healthy dinner that's easy, too, try one of our healthy chicken recipes. Ready in under 30 minutes and ringing in at under 400 calories per serving, each chicken recipe is easy and good for you. There's no need to cook separate meals for the rest of the family with these healthy recipe ideas for chicken breasts, chicken salad, chicken soup, and family-friendly chicken sandwiches that everyone will enjoy.View Slideshow
Nothing beats the winter chill like a steaming bowl of soup. These fuss-free soup recipes are filled with good-for-you veggies, fresh fish, hearty beef, and more.
Combine six ingredients and just one dish to make this creamy, lighter-than-it-looks chicken soup.
Baby carrots, onions, beans, and baby spinach add heartiness to a soup that takes just 20 minutes to make.
The best bean soup comes from dried beans (not canned). Kick the sodium and up the flavor with this cooking technique.
The crisp bite of tortillas atop spicy chicken soup has always been a favorite. Mexican-dish lovers will appreciate the oregano and chili powder spices.
With just six ingredients and 30 minutes you can be enjoying this comforting broccoli soup. Smoked Gouda cheese and red-skinned potatoes make it a broccoli recipe even the kids will eat.
A Thai-inspired topping of fresh basil, peanuts, and lime peel adds crunch to this creamy soup.
This light and satisfying soup offers hearty winter vegetables, such as mushrooms, carrots, celery, and napa cabbage.
This pretty soup is quick and easy to make -- it requires only 6 ingredients and is ready and on the table in 30 minutes.
Top this velvety soup with sautéed asparagus and crisp, honey-drizzled bacon for a warming weeknight supper.
When it comes to broccoli soup recipes, broccoli cheese soup is always the winner! The simple combination of broccoli and smooth, melty American cheese create an irresistible soup recipe.
The ideal oyster stew has a slightly thick broth and complex flavors from plump, tender oysters and simple seasonings.
Bacon, chicken, potatoes, peppers, and onion combine in this creamy chowder.
This chunky soup makes a quick and easy weeknight dinner. It combines pantry-ready tomatoes -- canned, dried, and paste -- with onions, celery, and parsley. Serve it with a grilled cheese sandwich.
Frozen corn is pureed with chicken broth and sauteed onions and leeks to create a silky soup without any cream. Red sweet pepper and extra corn add a crunchy bite to the smooth chowder.
This hearty stew, featuring pork tenderloin, yellow carrots, spinach, and white beans, makes a warming dinner for a chilly winter night.
Inspired by the traditional Mexican soup posole, this zesty stew is easy enough to make during the week. Refrigerated shredded barbecue pork cuts down on prep time.
Fiery red roasted tomatoes and peppers bring smoky sweetness and a bit of heat to a Manhattan-style chowder base. Bake salmon fillets separately and add to the soup at serving time so that they're cooked just right.
Golden butternut squash, roasted with onions and curry powder, transports your taste buds to the wild side of chili. Chickpeas, dried apricots, and nutmeg-spiced walnuts add crunch. Just before serving, stir in chunks of tender rotisserie chicken.
Fresh emerald spinach brings the brilliance of a spring day to this light and healthful soup. Its Italian accent comes from herbs, garlic, and shallots, plus a sprinkling of shaved Parmesan cheese at serving.
Mixing earthy green split peas, green peas, and fresh flat-leaf parsley puts a vibrant spin on a comforting favorite. Simmer with smoked pork hocks if you're a traditionalist.
In just half an hour this soup can be ready to warm you up. Make an extra batch of the spiced croutons for snacking.
Turned into a thick chicken soup with olives and mushrooms, this favorite is a bit more modern than Grandma's dumpling recipe. Savory stovetop biscuits keep it classic.
You won't feel a bit of guilt when eating this yummy soup. A vitamin-rich blend of kale, spinach, leeks, and zucchini is endlessly satisfying -- and only 90 calories per serving.
Curry paste, coconut milk, and lemongrass give this classic chowder a Thai twist.