Once the leaves start to fall and the temperatures start to drop, it’s time to put on a big pot of delicious soup! There’s nothing better to warm up our bodies, and I love the way my house smells when soup is simmering on the stove.
I also love how easy it is to make a pot of soup, and that it typically lasts a couple of days. Warming up the soup the next day for lunch is so simple, and I don’t have to think about what to feed my family. Anytime there are leftovers we can eat again, I consider it a win!
Whether you’re looking for a vegetarian option like Minestrone or prefer a heartier stew like Sausage Lentil Sweet Potato soup, there is something everyone will love in this roundup of delicious soup recipes! Enjoy, and take a minute to let me know which is your favorite in the comments!
10 Easy and Delicious Soup Recipes
Inspired by a farmer’s market, this fall soup is filled with abundant healthy, hearty veggies. For protein, this soup is abundant in white beans, making it a fulfilling and well-rounded autumn soup! Image credit: Well Plated
With over 100K pins on Pinterest, this copycat recipe is sure to be a family hit! It was adapted from Panera’s autumn squash recipe. It is a must try this fall!
Lentils and sausage fill this sweet potato soup. There is even a recipe included for homemade gluten-free crackers! Image credit: The Pretty Bee
Inspired by the show Downton Abbey, this delicate pear potato soup is vegetarian, and brings an elegant feel to the table!
Filled with flavor, this bacon and bean soup contains multiple strips of diced bacon and a variety of different textures. Yum! Image credit: Yellow Bliss Road
Taken from the blogger’s grandmother, this chicken soup recipe is great any time of year, but specifically in the cooler days of fall! It serves 10-14, making it ideal for guests or leftovers.
This soup is practically lasagna in a bowl! Plus, it is easier to make than lasagna. Image credit: I Heart Naptime
Grilled cheese croutons fill this creamy tomato soup! It’s also filled with some sweet potato for an extra layer of creaminess.
Inspired by a large variety of fresh vegetables, this fall harvest soup is filled with yellow onions, butternut squash, zucchini, cabbage and so much more!
Simply delicious, this quinoa soup is gluten free and simple to throw together in a large crockpot. Wait for about 3 hours, and your dinner is ready! You can also throw some avocado on top for some extra flavor. Image credit: Fit Foodie Finds
These Copycat Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits would be the perfect accompaniment to any of these soups! You’re welcome!
And for those who are on Weight Watchers, check out these Fix It and Forget It recipes that work with Points!
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