Optimum Nutrition Recipe Library

Black Bean, Corn And Avocado SoupFilling, spicy and Mexican-inspired. Beans and avocado are wonderful sources of fiber. Use fresh beans and corn where you can, but you can absolutely use canned goods too.
Butternut Squash And Ginger SoupA classic, smooth, vibrant-colored butternut squash soup. The ginger adds an extra flavor dimension plus an immune-boosting hit.
Chilled Avocado SoupA cold avocado soup flavored with citrus and coriander/cilantro. Ideal for hot Summers
Homemade Vegetable StockHow much does it make? This recipe makes about 2 liters, but you can adjust this by adding more water and more ingredients. It’s definitely not an exact science, so don’t worry too much about it! How long does it take? It depends. You can simmer the stock for a couple of hours, or slow cook it for 8 hours. Again, it’s not an exact science.
Lemon And Carrot SoupA simple, bold-colored soup of carrots and zesty lemons, served with an herb, pine nut, lemon and olive oil topping
Pesto SoupA tasty, green soup of pesto, zucchini, cannellini beans and homemade stock
Simple Broccoli And Cauliflower SoupA nutritious, fiber-rich soup of broccoli and cauliflower. You can serve with toasted nuts or seeds on top, or keep it plain to cut down on prep time
Spicy Laksa Soup With Shirataki Noodles And Asian GreensThis is a great soup for chilly nights, or when you feel like something hot and comforting. Shirataki noodles replace the more traditional udon or rice noodles. You can adjust the spice levels by adding fresh red chili before serving.
Watercress SoupA super simple soup of watercress and sweet potato. Watercress is very low calorie and low carb, but provides lots of vitamins such as A, K and C.