It’s negative degrees outside and people are wearing 9 layers of clothing just to try and stay warm. If you live in New England, you know what I am talking about. But at the end of each cold day, there is one thing that can soothe any individual and that is soup. Before we end National Soup Month, which is January, I would love to share you a couple of best soups that can comfort you in this flu season.

  1. Miso Soup

Do you want to know why miso soup is good for you? This soup is rich in minerals and an excellent source of different types of vitamins. If fermented right, miso can be rich in enzymes and the beneficial bacteria, also known as probiotics.

  1. Roasted Butternut Squash, Garlic, and Apple Soup

Few key things to know about butternut squash is that it is an excellent source of nutrients such as fiber and potassium. Digesting butternut is good for your blood pressure and promotes healthy skin and hair. Main ingredients in this soup are all beneficial to your body and consuming this on a cold day would definitely warm your heart.

  1. Tomato Soup

Not only is tomato soup an all-time classic, but it also provides a whole lot of health benefits. This soup promotes healthy blood circulation, an excellent source of vitamins A and C, and calcium. It is also rich in lycopene, which gives its bright color, that helps fight chronic diseases and stroke.

  1. Hearty Chicken Soup

Growing up, my grandmother used to make me her special chicken soup every time I get sick. And nine times out of ten, it soothes and helps me get over my sickness. Although it’s not a miracle soup, it does seem like it. This soup helps clear sinuses and help people feel better from their respiratory problems.

  1. Garlic Spinach Soup

This garlic and spinach soup are made with chicken, infused with ginger! If you are looking for a hearty soup that can help you soothe your body, this soup is for you. You can even make this soup vegan or vegetarian by replacing the meat with broth or tofu.

Most of the time, you can find the main ingredients in grocery stores but if you do not have the time to go there, local stores such as delis hold most of these main ingredients. Bricco Salumeria offers fresh ingredients such as fresh vegetables that you can pair with delicious sandwiches. If you are looking for ingredients to make a hearty soup, head on over to Bricco Salumeria or visit our website