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    16 Cozy AF Big Batch Soups Under 400 Calories

    Because soups should not only warm you up, they should fill you up.

    When it's cold outside, there's really nothing better than a hot cuppa soup — not only will it warm you up, it'll fill you up too.

    The only thing better than tucking into a hearty bowl of delicious soup is a big batch of soup you make ahead and freeze or eat throughout the week. We've rounded up some awesomely delicious soup recipes below. Not only should they fill you up, but each of them is also under 400 calories per serving and each recipe will make at least five servings.

    So have at it! We hope they keep you cozy and comforted.

    1. Light Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup

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    Taking just 30 minutes to prepare, this soup will leave you feeling sooo satisfied, thanks in part to 21 grams of protein per serving. Here's the recipe.

    2. Thai Crockpot Chicken Noodle Soup

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    This meal is gluten- and grain-free because the noodles are actually made out of butternut squash. Just throw all the ingredients into your slow cooker and forget about them for seven to eight hours. Here's the recipe.

    3. Green Machine Soup With Polenta Croutons

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    Zucchini, peas, and spinach — all the greens, all the nutrients. And the croutons add great texture to this creamy soup. Here's the recipe.

    4. Apple and Butternut Squash Soup With Walnuts and Marjoram

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    Apple and butternut squash is a great pairing, and the ginger adds a nice, spicy touch. Here's the recipe.

    5. Thirty-Minute Minestrone Soup With Sausage

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    A hearty Italian soup full of veggies, and, as a commenter wrote, any soup with sausage has got to be amazing. Here's the recipe.

    6. Mexican Vegetable Soup

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    Speaking of spice, this meat-free recipe doesn't call for much, but that doesn't mean you can't add it on your own. Green chiles will do the trick. Here's the recipe.

    7. Mediterranean Vegetable Soup

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    Here's another veggie soup inspired by flavors from across the Atlantic. Just put all the ingredients in a pot and cook until tender. Here's the recipe.

    8. Hamburger Soup

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    Burgers are actually the best food (dont @ me), so why not make a slow-cooker soup version of them with loads of vegetables, too? Here's the recipe.

    9. Sweet Potato Garlic and Chorizo Soup

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    Why use regular oil to saute onions and garlic when you can use the juices from the chorizo? It's flavor magic. Here's the recipe.

    10. Chicken and Chile Green Verde Soup

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    A balanced meal that's full of spice both inside and on top. If this doesn't warm you up, we don't know what will. Here's the recipe.

    11. Smoky Harvest Tomato Soup With Mozzarella Crostini

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    The only thing better than a tasty tomato soup is a tasty tomato soup with cheesy bread on the side. Here's the recipe.

    12. Easy and Comforting Ham and Potato Soup

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    With the holidays coming up, this soup offers a great way to repurpose any leftover ham. But then again, why wait? Here's the recipe.

    13. Lentil Soup with Sausage and Greens

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    Make it with or without the sausage (if you want to go meatless). Either way, thanks to the lentils, you'll still be getting a good amount of protein. Here's the recipe.

    14. Roasted Butternut and Red Onion Soup

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    Elevate your culinary experience by roasting the butternut squash and red onion before cooking it in the soup. Delicious. Here's the recipe.

    15. Chicken and Lentil Soup

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    Feeling sick? This chicken soup miiight just help you feel better. It's gluten-free, too. Here's the recipe.

    16. Eggplant and Tomato Soup with Beef Tenderloin

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    This adaptation of a Georgian dish was originally meant to be served more like a stew. But add in a bit more broth, and you won't regret it. Here's the recipe.