Sick Soup or feel better soup is a soul warming vegetarian soup that helps you to feel better when sickness hits. The unique combination of ingredients in this best soup for a cold that will make you feel better!
What is the best soup to eat when sick?
This soup came about after years of watching my mom make it. She would ALWAYS make this soup when she didn't feel well.
It wasn't until I was an adult and had kids that I decided I should try it. Now I am wondering why I waited so long!
I personally feel this is the best soup for when you are feeling sick. Often we think chicken noodle soup when sick is the best, but this soup gives you something special too!
Obviously being vegetarian, I don’t eat chicken noodle soup - this vegetarian sick soup is perfect for me.
Does soup help a cold?
Yes it absolutely does! The warm broth and steam can help to loosen nasal congestion and ease symptoms to help you get better faster.
This soup has many names:
- Sick Soup
- Feel Better Soup
- Sick Day Soup
- Cold Busting Soup
- Soothing Soup for Cold and Flu Season
Whatever you call it - it's the best soup for a cold!
My sweet friend Chrystal at Gluten-Free Palate created a delicious and comforting quinoa soup that will make any day better! My friend Michelle over at My Gluten Free Kitchen has a Gluten Free Chicken Noodle Soup too! Same for my friend Chandice at This Vivacious Life! She loves gluten-free chicken noodle soup too!
Best Soup For A Cold Ingredients:
The best part about this cold busting soup is that it requires a few simple ingredients. Because let's face it, the last thing you want to do when you are fighting a cold is also fight your way through a grocery store. Here is what you will need:
- Vegetable Broth
- Salt and pepper (to season)
Now I am not a doctor, so I can't really make any medical claims. I can just tell you, I feel better after eating this soup. This is the soup to eat when sick, and I believe it is the very best soup for a cold or flu.
I think the simple (very simple) flavor and the warmth gives you just what you need. This recipe is a "no frills" type of soup. Simple and good!
For me, I adapted this recipe to meet my vegetarian needs. I know that my mom has used bacon in her feel better soup before. So if you are a meat eater that is A-okay! Make it your own!
You might have ended up here because you googled: soup recipes for when you are sick, soup for the sick, soup for when sick or sick soup recipe. Phew, there are so many ways to google this recipe! Regardless, we are thrilled that you are here and we hope that you feel better after eating this vegetarian soup!
In addition to eating sick soup, remember to pause, slow down and take care of your overall self when you are not feeling 100%. Whether that means taking an extra nap, meditating or taking a bath. Take pause and give your self some grace and time to heal.
How to make sick soup
In a pot over medium heat, add onion, broth and potatoes to a boil Boil until potatoes are soft.
Once potatoes are soft, turn heat down to low.
Whisk eggs and gently add in the egg mixture to the soup pot while stirring. Heat until egg turns into solid strings.
Enjoy with salt and pepper. You can also dip buttered bread into the soup.
Looking for you more flu buster soups? Here is a listing of 15 sick day soups. You have also got to check out this italian penicillin soup, just use "right rice" as a gf sub for the orzo pasta. If you love soup as much as I do, make sure to visit the recipe index to find more gluten free soup recipes! Try Creamy Corn Soup, Cheesy Potato Bean Soup, or Taco Soup.
Sick Soup - for when you do not feel well
- In a pot over medium heat, add onion, broth and potatoes to a boil Boil until potatoes are soft.
- Once potatoes are soft, turn heat down to low.
- Whisk eggs and gently add in the egg mixture to the soup pot while stirring. Heat until egg turns into solid strings.
- Enjoy with salt and pepper. You can also dip buttered bread into the soup.
All though this website attempts to provide accurate nutritional information, the information should only be considered an estimate. Varying factors such as different product types, different brands, etc. can change nutritional information. It is your responsibility as a consumer to read all labels to make sure the ingredients fit your dietary needs as well as calculate your own nutritional information as a double check.