8 Slimming Soups for Swimsuit Season

05/24/2015 06:50 am ET | Updated May 24, 2016

Juicing is out. Souping is in. But food trends aside, these soups are so delicious and satisfying that you won't even realize how healthy you're eating.


Adapted from Oleana chef Ana Sortun's cookbook, Spice: Flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean, this soup's silky texture and pure tomato flavor is highlighted by a touch of curry powder and turmeric. It is so easy to make that you'll make it all summer long. GET THE RECIPE


If red gazpacho is more your speed, you'll love this vibrant and robust-tasting soup. The onions and garlic are roasted, not raw, so it goes down easy. GET THE RECIPE


With only a few ingredients -- a little butter, shallots, corn, chicken stock and fresh herbs -- this soup has an intense corn flavor that tastes just like summer. GET THE RECIPE


This healthy and flavorful soup is chockfull of summer veggies. Serve it with a warm, crusty baguette for a light meal. GET THE RECIPE


Smooth, mild and gently flavored with lemon and Parmesan, this asparagus soup tastes wonderfully luxurious without the addition of heavy cream. GET THE RECIPE


This silky pureed soup is surprisingly healthy -- there's no heavy cream in it, just a handful of toasted walnuts to thicken it up. Serve it hot or cold. GET THE RECIPE


This light and refreshing chilled soup is chockfull of veggies, like slow-roasted red bell peppers, vine-ripened tomatoes, onions and garlic. But the real magic is in the seasoning: fragrant fresh rosemary, anise seeds and a splash of balsamic vinegar. GET THE RECIPE


This tomato soup tastes brighter, sweeter and more intensely of tomatoes than any other tomato soup you've ever tried. The secret ingredient is orange juice, which highlights the sweetness of the tomatoes without calling any attention to itself. A touch of cream goes a long way. GET THE RECIPE