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Soup is a lot like a family. Each ingredient enhances the others; each batch has its own characteristics; and it needs time to simmer to reach full flavor.
1. A Classic Ribollita: Tuscan Bean
While there are many variations of Ribollita, most of which are dictated by the vegetables you find in the larder on any given crisp day, most recipes call for cannellini beans, kale, squash and thyme.
From: 31 Daily
2. Barley & Lentil Vegan Soup
When it comes to favorite dishes this hearty Vegan Barley and Lentil Soup shoots straight into the top 5. It is a winter staple in our household, as it is delicious, nutritious and really easy to make. You’ll only need a couple of ingredients, most of which you probably already have in your pantry.
From: vibrant Plate
3. Chicken and Rice Soup
This easy Chicken Rice Soup recipe is a healthy soup that’s perfect for chilly days! It’s loaded with vegetables and brown rice, simmered in chicken broth and finished with a touch of creaminess.
From: Spend With Pennies
4. Slow Cooker Beef Barley Soup
Tender beef, hearty vegetables and plump barley… it’s the perfect beef barley soup! Get out the slow cooker and get ready to enjoy one of the best comfort foods, with minimal effort!
From: The Chunky Chef
5. Lentil Potato Soup
Easy Lentil Potato Soup Recipe – quick and simple to make, chunky, hearty and comforting meal, perfect for the cold weather. Nutritious lentils, rich in protein and fiber, combined with potatoes for a healthy and flavorful soup.
From: Cooking LSL
6. Kale & Roasted Vegetable Soup
Vegetables are roasted, puréed, and then cooked with broth, kale, and white beans to make a wonderfully hearty soup.
From: Simply Recipes
7. Crock Pot Sloppy Joe Soup
Whether you just want to warm up, are looking for a yummy bowl of comfort or maybe looking for something a little different, this Crock Pot Sloppy Joe Soup I adapted from Gooseberry Patch’s 303 ‘Round the Clock Recipes is sure to please!
From: Recipes That Crock!
8. Italian Wedding Soup
I used to be intimidated to make Italian Wedding Soup. I have no Italian lineage and my mom never made it growing up, so for whatever reason it seemed easy to mess up.
But I’m here to tell you it is so easy to make and following this simple recipe people may likely think it was passed down from an Italian Grandmother.
From: Cooking Classy
9. Italian Sausage Tomato Orzo Soup
From: Amanda’s Cookin’
10. Slow Cooker Ham and Potato Soup
Slow Cooker Ham and Potato Soup is a delicious set it an forget it meal your family will enjoy that tastes like you stood by the stovetop tending to it for hours.
From: Dinner Then Dessert
11. Spicy White Cheddar Beer Cheese Soup
This spicy white cheddar beer cheese soup is rich, it’s decadent, and it leaves you wanting more. Truly. I highly recommend having a bright, crisp salad with this rich and savory soup. It’ll be the perfect combination for any rainy day, or really, just any day.
From: A Flavor Journal
12. Tortellini Tomato Soup with Italian Sausage
I have always been a fan of tomato soup. I love the creaminess, the rich tomato flavor and brightness of the tomatoes. So imagine my delight when I combined those flavors I love with spicy Italian Sausage, Spinach and Cheesy Tortellini!
13. Cauliflower Parmesan Soup
All you need to do is sweat down the leeks in some butter first, then add everything else and let it simmer away until it’s all tender. Next you blend it – then top with parmesan and eat it – sprinkling more (and more…) parmesan as you go…a tasty, creamy winter soup without cream!
From: Chef Not Required
14. Spicy Sweet Potato & Black Bean Soup
This Sweet Potato and Black Bean Soup is a hearty meal that is good for you! It has a bit of spice to kick it up a notch!
15. The Best Lasagna Soup
I’ve been on a soup kick lately. This happens once the weather finally turns cold for the season. One of my favorite things to do (when I have time) is to shop the aisles of the grocery and get inspired to make something for the blog. This week I decided I was craving a lasagna soup.
From: Foodtastic Mom
16. World’s Best Homemade Chicken Soup
When the weather turns cold and flu season hits, there is nothing more comforting than a hot bowl of homemade chicken noodle soup! This recipe is filled with wholesome celery, carrots, and noodles, but made super simple by using rotisserie chicken so you can concentrate on taking care of the family when they need you most!
From: The Pinning Mama
17. Minestrone Soup
This warming and comforting easy vegan minestrone soup recipe is the perfect way to welcome the cooler weather!
From: Savor + Savvy
18. Creamy Chicken Mushroom Soup
So cozy, so comforting and just so creamy. Best of all, this is made in 30 min from start to finish – so quick and easy!
From: Damn Delicious
19. 10 Minute White Bean Parmesan Spinach Soup
This is one of those soups you look forward to AND long for. Beans simmered in a tomato-based broth on your table in minutes. Perfect for any day of the week made in one pot…and SO MUCH FLAVOUR! The bonus? Perfect for vegetarians.
From: Cafe Delites
20. Panera Broccoli Cheese Soup
This soup is so creamy and I loved the veggies inside. It was perfect for a cold snowy day and we will be making it again and again!
From: The Recipe Critic
21. Stuffed Pepper Soup
If you are a stuffed pepper lover like I am, then I think you’ll love this soup version. It has all those yummy flavors you love in stuffed peppers, but a bit less time consuming.
From: The Country Cook
22. Winter Squash Soup
This vibrant and tasty recipe for Winter Squash Soup is a healthy way to warm up on cold winter days.
From: Erren’s Kitchen
23. Chicken Pot Pie Soup
This delicious Chicken Pot Pie Soup is a simple recipe made from scratch without the use of canned soup. It is hearty, rich and soul-warming – not to mention easy to make. Don’t skip the secret ingredient! It’s what sets this soup apart; the flavor is absolutely amazing!
From: Kitchen Dreaming
24. Taco Soup
Anything taco is going to be my favorite! I love the bold taste in Mexican style food, and could eat it every single day; and never get tired of it! I have a lot of taco inspired recipes on my blog already! Most of the time they are pretty inexpensive. So when I am trying to watch what I am spending at the grocery store I love simple recipes like this Taco Soup that is easy on the wallet, but still taste great.
From: The Diary of a Housewife