Welcome! I am so happy you chose to gather around my table. My name is Mia Swinehart and I am a registered dietitian with a passion for simple healthy recipes, women's hormonal health, and overall wellness!
Healthy, hearty, filling turkey and veggie loaded soup. The perfect cozy bowl for the colder months, and the best way to pack in tons of veggies at dinner!
I think you guys know by now I prefer super cozy meals to cold salads or raw veggies. I love to pack in my veggies in a meal like this simple soup- it’s so satisfying (plus, it’s easier to digest!).
Even though I am fulltime working for myself now, I still like to keep my recipes super simple. Like many of you, I love to cook at home but I don’t want my meals to be super complicated! Minimal ingredients, minimal dirty dishes, and minimal thinking. Especially with dinner after a busy day!
My days are so jammed packed right now, with launching my new site recently, planning a wedding, and a few exciting projects and events in the works. I love to come home to something like this already prepped in the fridge- another bonus of making a big pot of soup!
This is one even the pickiest of eaters will love. The flavor is just so good. We will for sure be having this all winter long! There’s a big variety of nutrients with all the different veggies, making it amazing for immune support during the colder months. Sign me up!
You’ll want to cook this until the potatoes are super tender (but not mushy). Check their doneness with a fork, and all the other veggies should be good.
This is such a great dinner staple. I know you guys will love this soup! If you get chance to make it, I would love if you could leave a comment/rating below to let other readers know what you think! xo
Cozy, hearty, and healthy turkey and veggie loaded soup!
1 tbsp olive oil
1 lb ground turkey
1 small yellow onion, finely diced
2 garlic cloves, minced
5 cups low sodium veggie broth
1 (28 oz) can of diced tomatoes
3 tbsp tomato paste
1 zucchini, diced
3 large carrots, chopped
6–7 baby potatoes, diced
1.5 cups frozen green peas
2 tsp Italian seasonings
1 tsp sea salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
Dash of cayenne
Heat a large stock pot with 1 tbsp olive oil, then add onion, garlic, and turkey (if using). stir and break up the turkey- allow to cook for 5-6 minutes until turkey is no longer pink. if you are skipping the turkey, allow the onion to cook down a little into soft before moving on to next step.
Add all other ingredients and mix well. You can use any veggies you want; the liquid should be enough to fully cover all of the veggies.
Bring to boil, cover and reduce heat to simmer. Cook until veggies are tender (time will depend on amount and type of veggies used, mine took about 45 minutes).
Super easy to make and incredibly tasty! This is sure to become a favorite for any college student with little time and a big appetite!
Love this! Thanks Michelle! xo
Loved this recipe! It was the first soup recipe I’ve ever made from scratch and it was pretty simple; but definitely delicious. Everyone in the family loved it!
A great chili recipe and I love how many vegetables are in it! I made it for my family full of picky eaters and everyone loved it. It also makes a ton so it’s great for a big group or meal prep!
I cant stop raving about this soup. So easy to make. So much flavor. So healthy. Definitely going to be a staple meal.
We looove this soup! It’s one of my favorites, I’ve making it all winter! Loaded with veggies and it’s filling and satisfying 🙂
I make this recipe at least twice a month… SO GOOD! And so easy. Mia, you never fail to disappoint. Thanks much!!!
No way! SO sweet- thank you so much!! xoxox
Hi! Would this work with ground chicken instead of ground turkey?
Thank you 🙂
Yes definitely! You can almost always use the two interchangeably 🙂
Super delicious! Out of all the soups i’ve tried this fall season this was the most flavorful ????
So delicious and so easy to make! I made this for my family and everyone loved it. Definitely going to have this on repeat all winter!
Easily one of my new go to’s! So delicious and easy, I’ve never made any recipe from you that was bad. Every single one has been amazing!!
Hi! Can you use sweet potatoes? Possibly add in diced peppers….
Michelle, You are a big girl and can do whatever you want to your recipes. You are empowered!!!
SUPER easy, yummy, and healthy weeknight dinner!
Can I use can vegetables and can sliced potatoes?
Absolutely wonderful. i am on a low carb diet so i replaced the potatoes with one turnip. I also added marsala wine and chili oil, extra garlic, Favorite diet soup now have lost 45 pounds, and more to go.
Can you provide nutritional information?
Very good and flavorful. Easy to put together.
Hi! I noticed you didn’t mention draining of the turkey after it’s been cooked. Is that not necessary?
It’s soup, any liquid from meat Will add nutrients n flavour.
I like to keep the veggies a little crunchy… I am crazy for this soup!
Love this sou also added turnip and parsnips.🇨🇦
the recipe was great. However, we had a problem w/ printing it out. Had to finish handwriting to get it all.
Yummy soup and can make it so fast especially with left over veggies. I also used diced
Fire Roasted tomatoes vs. plain diced tomatoes. Just delicious.
Great soup. I also used diced tomatoes w/jalapeños and diced tomatoes w/basil, garlic and oregano, so I didn’t add the cayenne.
Thank you Liz! Love the additions you made!!
I have been making this soup on the stovetop as suggested and LOVE it. Could it also be made in an Instant Pot?
I only have about 3-4cups of vegetable broth. What would you recommend as a substitute? I have beef and chicken broth on hand.
Super yummy! I used fire roasted tomatoes and added bell peppers and spinach – I also used rice instead of potatoes. It turned out great!
Anybody know what a ‘serving’ equals? I am counting macros and when I see ‘4-6 servings’, I would have to literally spoon out the entire soup 1 cup at a time to understand how much it makes.