Soup Recipes for Pregnancy
Soups are always a healthy addition to a Pregnancy diet- they are a storehouse of antioxidants and easy to digest also. However it’s always wise to make a pot in your own kitchen than opt for readymade soups, as the latter is mostly rich in sodium which is not recommended for pregnant women, especially if you have swollen feet. So here we have shared a few recipes for all the pregnant moms.
Whether you are looking for chunky soups or thick soups like or unusual ones you will find them all this section. All the ingredients in each of the recipes have been carefully chosen just for you. Learn to cook these delicious soups and welcome health for you and your baby.
Soup Recipes for Pregnancy, Chunky Soups
Nourishing Barley Soup uses a combination of masoor dal along with barley i.e. a pulse with a cereal makes this soup a complete source of protein, which is otherwise lacking in a vegetarian diet. Barley is a great source of protein, iron and fibre and tastes good too, if cooked with flavourful ingredients. Green Peas, Carrot and Cauliflower Soup is a crunchy and satiating option. It makes use of fibre-rich ingredients like green peas, cauliflower, cabbage and carrots. The recipe avoids straining to retain the fibre content of the soup. The Paneer, Bean Sprouts and Spring Onion Soup is a great recipe as it tastes heavenly along with providing protein, calcium and phosphorus.
Soup Recipes for Pregnancy, Thick Soups
Celery Soup is a healthy one as it has neither corn flour nor cream, but is amazingly tasty. Wholesome milk gives the soup a balanced and rich flavour, which also providing you with calcium and protein. Celery, on the other hand, gives you loads of calcium and vitamin A, which spells more goodness for pregnant women. Spinach, Paneer and Dal Soup is a lip-smacking soup that uses paneer in its preparation, being rich in calcium and protein helps to maintain bone strength and build tissues. Try this Potato and Onion Soup a creamy soup that is perked up with the addition of grated carrots. Try not to peel the potatoes when you cook and purée them because unpeeled potatoes are rich in folic acid. Carbohydrates tend to be the best tolerated nutrient in early pregnancy, so this soup is a boon for those days.
Enjoy all our soup recipes for pregnancy. Explore more varieties in our pregnancy section everyday.
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