10 Satisfying Soups Loaded with Protein to Keep You From Feeling Hungry

White Chicken Chili

This protein-packed Two Peas and Their Pod chili is easy to make. Rotisserie chicken, broth, lime, jalapeño, onion, garlic, green chiles, cumin, chili powder, and cilantro provide flavor.

Chickpea Stew

Protein-rich veggie soup from Healthy Seasonal Recipes. Chickpea protein is in butternut squash, onion, garlic, carrots, tomatoes, and baby spinach.

Chicken Sweet Potato Taco Chowder

Protein comes from chicken breast and bone broth collagen in Kim's Cravings. “Collagen is made from amino acids, the building blocks of protein,” Hultin says. Thus, 1 cup of this soup has 16 g of protein.”

Vegan Red Lentil Soup

You don't have to be vegan to enjoy vegan soup. Example: Bakerita spicy red lentil soup. Hultin believes lentils are protein-packed. They have loads of fiber and antioxidants.

Portuguese Fish Stew

You choose the fish and shellfish in this 30-minute Feasting at Home stew. Sea bass, halibut, haddock, salmon, scallops, and shrimp are suitable. 

Chickpea Minestrone Soup

Ground beef and chickpea pasta add protein to this minestrone soup. “The American Heart Association recommends lean or extra-lean ground meat”

Mediterranean White Bean Soup

This vegan soup from Feel Good Foodie tastes great Mediterranean-style or not. This 15-g-protein piece is perfect for vegans, vegetarians, and plant-based eaters.

African Peanut Soup

West African soup from Hurry the Food Up is healthy. Helfferich thinks whole-grain brown rice, peanuts, and peanut butter will give the nine essential amino acids your body can't make.

Turkey and Root Vegetable Soup

This recipe reuses leftover turkey well. If you want more protein in each dish, use 3–5 cups of chopped turkey in this recipe.

Chicken Tortilla-Less Soup

This Whole30-friendly Mexican dish is tortilla-free. Herbs, spices, onions, red peppers, green chilies, and jalapeño are delicious vegetables. Fresh cilantro, avocado, and lime wedges finish this delectable dish.

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