Celery Soup Recipe

I don’t know about you guys, but being stuck at home has me cooking eating – A LOT! Cooking gives me a sense of satisfaction, but eating all of the time? Eh, not so much.

There’s a fairly simple solution to this need to feed, replace high-calorie and high-fat meals with nutrient-dense and low-calorie veggies. Enter the world of vegetable-based soups!

Celery is a hot-to-trot veggie these days. Supposedly, an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and electrolyte-laden veggie, celery juice was being cranked out and sucked down at every juice bar across America. Experts warn drinking too much can pose a health risk because celery is loaded with sodium (one of those electrolytes). While science is still trying to determine if there are any long-term benefits to drinking the pulpy green juice, one fact is clear – it is low calorie and loaded with fiber – The perfect base for my soup!

Keep in mind, cooking vegetables will break down and destroy some of the health benefits. But, for my purpose, I just wanted to make a healthy and satisfying soup that I could eat in lieu of blocks of cheese and bags of chips.
This celery soup hit the spot! It didn’t hurt that I had one nice slice of slightly cheese garlic toast to dip into it! Another added accouterment that really made this soup a meal – a nice heaping dollop of protein-packed plain Greek yogurt. During these rainy spring days, this celery soup recipe certainly hit the spot!

Celery Soup Recipe


  • 1 celery bunch, including greens, and roughly chopped.
  • 2 chopped shallots
  • 3 minced garlic cloves
  • A handful of small white potatoes (with or without skin. I leave on the skin for extra vitamins. ;))
  • 3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 1/4 tsp black pepper
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 4 cups of either chicken or vegetable stock
  • 1/4 cup of dry vermouth
  • 2 tablespoons of non-fat plain Greek yogurt (as a topping)


  1. In a soup pot, start to boil the stock.
  2. Add all ingredients except for the yogurt.
  3. Let simmer until the celery is pliable, and the potatoes are cooked thoroughly.
  4. Transfer the soup to a heat-safe blender, be sure it isn’t boiling hot!
  6. Pour your delicious soup into your best soup-slopping bowl.
  7. Top with Greek yogurt and perhaps a bit of your favorite cheese.
  8. Serve with a tasty piece of toast or cheese garlic bread – and Yahoo! Dinner is served! 
Easy and Healthy Celery Soup Recipe