20 of My Favorite Soup Recipes For Winter!
Soup season is the best season, so I’m sharing 20 of my best soup recipes today for you!
While I enjoy soup all year round, right now it’s reeeeeally soup season. Right?!
It’s cold and snowy and we all need some comfort. Even if it’s not snowy where you live, I’d say that January is prime soup season, so here we are. I don’t discriminate against any type of soup – give me a chili, a broth-based soup, a creamy soup, a soup with pasta, a hearty meat-filled one, classic chicken noodle or plain and creamy bisque. Seriously, I love ’em all.
I try to include a soup recipe each week in my weekly menu in the chillier months, but wanted to list a bunch here in case you want to go on a soup-making binge. I love to make a big batch and freeze some (it’s one thing that I don’t mind freezing at all!) and it’s such a perfect recipe to prep for lunches or a busy week ahead. Cannot be beat!
I also have a few more soup recipes up my sleeve this season, so stay tuned…
20 of My Best Soup Recipes
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Chili
Fire Roasted Minestrone with Kale Pesto
Chipotle Tomato Soup with Smoked Cheddar Pull Apart Bread
Smoked Gruyere Butternut Soup with Crispy Chickpeas
Curried Tomato Tortellini Soup
Irish Stout Beef Stew with Herbed Dumplings
Creamy Buffalo Cauliflower Soup
Spicy Sausage, Kale and Whole Wheat Orecchiette Soup
Chicken Taco Soup with Cheese Quesadilla Croutons
8 Comments on “20 of My Favorite Soup Recipes For Winter!”
Thank you for all of your hard work in creating great recipes and share with us! I highly appreciate that!
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Your game day beer chili is my absolute favorite chili recipe, and everyone I make it for says the same thing!
Your photography is always beautiful, but that sweet potato chowder is especially eye catching. Thank you for the great recipes!
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You forgot your Cheesy Corn Chowder with Bacon and Gorgonzola! I’ve been making it since you posted it, my kids beg for it! In fact, it was the first recipe I ever saved from a food blog.
Soups always make the winter months a little brighter! Thank you for sharing these delicious ideas!
so ready to buy a squash,maple syrup, tortellini, shouldI go on?? The soups “Look good enough to eat:. Thanks for including a picture on the print outs (some blogger donot) Keep cookin’ and I’ll keep lookin’.