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10 Mouthwatering Soup Recipes

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Winter makes me think of comfort food. Carby, creamy, comfort food. But I’m also kind of lazy about cooking. Enter soup! Soup is great. It’s usually pretty easy to prepare, and soup recipes tend to make a vat of soup that is way more than my family of three can eat in one meal. You know what that means: plenty of leftovers to provide delicious comfort food all week long. Check out these mouthwatering soup recipes!

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Lasagna Soup
I was sold on this soup recipes when I read “the ooey gooey cheesy concoction at the bottom of the bowl is YUM!” I mean, seriously—what else is there to say?
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Lasagna Soup with fixings on top

Lasagna Soup

Ribollita
This is a vegetable soup recipe, and while I haven’t checked out the nutrition information (ignorance is bliss!), I have to imagine that anything with a pound of kale in it is probably pretty good for you. I’ve always been afraid of leafy greens in soups because they get all slimy. However, I recently had an amazing chicken soup that had sweet potatoes and kale in it and it was amazing! Plus, the kale pieces were so small I didn’t even notice them; now I know how to incorporate leafy greens into my own soups!
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soup recipes

Ribollita

Cheesy Ham Chowder
I have no idea what part of this recipe makes it a chowder. To be honest, I don’t really care either, because it’s absolutely delicious. This soup is kind of like a scrumptious twist on mac and cheese, or a more well-rounded cheesy potato soup. It’s goes amazingly well with King’s Hawaiian rolls or soft pretzel bread on the side. (My favorite meals have no visible vegetables. My weekly menus look like there’s a toddler in charge of the kitchen.)
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cheesy ham chowder
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Cheesy Ham Chowder

crock pot chickpea, butternut squash and red lentil stew
A couple years ago, our favorite Lebanese restaurant shared their hummus recipe (so yum!). Since then, my husband prefers to make our hummus in-house, so we usually have chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans) hanging out in the pantry. I was so excited to find another use for all those beans! Imagine this served with some warm, pillowy naan.
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Chickpea, Butternut Squash, and Red Lentil Stew

Chickpea, Butternut Squash, and Red Lentil Stew

Chicken Fajita Soup
I love Tex-Mex, and our new town is…um…not rich with Tex-Mex joints, so I’ve been at a loss since we moved. I came across this recipe and—bam!—problem solved! I’ve mentioned my love of avocados before, so you know I’m all set with this soup. This is one of our favorite soup recipes.
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Chicken Fajita Soup
Chicken Fajita Soup

Slow Cooker Chicken Fajita Soup

Chipotle Chicken and Pumpkin Soup
While we’re talking about Mexican-ish soups, check out this one flavored with chipotle and adobo. It’s a little spicier than the Chicken Fajita soup—or not, since you can leave the peppers out if you want.
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chicken Chipolte
chipotle Chicken and Pumpkin Soup

Chipotle Chicken and Pumpkin Soup

Creamy Roasted Mushroom and Brie Soup
Here’s another option for a meatless meal! The Brie also makes this creamy soup a sophisticated dish that’s suitable for guests.
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Creamy Roasted Mushroom and Brie Soup

Homemade Bean and Bacon Soup
I love Campbell’s Bean with Bacon soup. It tastes like childhood. Now that I’m grown up, though, I’ve learned that condensed soup isn’t the healthiest choice I could make. I was thrilled to find this recipe so I can make a not-quite-guilt-free-but-certainly-better-for-me version of this childhood favorite.
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Bean and Bacon Soup
Bean and Bacon Soup

Homemade Bean and Bacon Soup

Vegetarian Quinoa Chili
Is chili a soup? I don’t know, but this chili soup recipe is delicious, so I’m going to share it with you anyway. If you want to make it for a family of omnivores, add some shredded chicken, browned ground beef, or cooked ground turkey.
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vegetarian quinoa chili

Vegetarian Quinoa Chili

So, there you go. With ten soup recipes, you now have more than enough to prepare at least one comforting soup a week from now until the end of winter—no matter when the groundhog predicts the season will end.

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