Enjoy a warm and comforting meal any night of the week with these Easy and Delicious Soup Recipes that will warm you up when it is cold outside!
As the season changes from summer to fall and the weather gets colder, our diets tend to change, as well.
I know I’m drinking many more warm drinks and reaching for more comforting, filling, and hearty meals.
Fall is my favorite time of year. The gorgeous foliage, sweatshirt weather, and tastes of the season are all perfect in my eyes.
Warming soup recipes like these Top 10 Comforting Soup Recipes are the perfect cold weather food to fill you up and keep you warm even on the coldest nights!
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One of my favorite soups is French Onion – but it’s only good when it’s done JUST RIGHT.
A disappointing restaurant experience inspired Sally from Good Dinner Mom to find the BEST French Onion Soup Recipe, and this soup certainly lives up to that distinction!
This warming soup recipe livens up traditional chicken corn soup with sweet red peppers, spicy jalapeños, flavorful bacon, and filling russet potatoes in a creamy base to make the ultimate comfort food.
This soup is full of fall flavors to help you celebrate the season.
Wrap your hands around a warm bowl of this creamy soup with earthy and sweet butternut squash and carrots.
There is actually no cream added to this soup – unsweetened coconut milk adds a creamy texture while keeping this recipe light in calories and full of flavor.
Make your favorite takeout – or try something all new! – at home with this Easy Thai Shrimp Soup. This soup is super tasty and way healthier than pre-made.
Hearty chicken and wild rice combine with earthy mushrooms and creamy Gruyère cheese to make this comforting, filling soup.
If you’ve never had Gruyère cheese, a type of Swiss, I highly recommend it.
I actually don’t like regular Swiss cheese, but I LOVE Gruyère. It’s creamy, slightly nutty, sweet, and salty, smooth-melting; and perfect in fondue.
Nothing says fall like pumpkin.
This warming soup recipe takes boring pumpkin soup to the next level with extra cream, filling potatoes, and crispy bacon!
One of the best soups I’ve ever tried was pork posole!
With tender pork, soft hominy, and traditional spices, this soup is the ultimate Mexican comfort food!
Brie is one of my favorite cheeses!
I first had it as an appetizer with fruit and crackers, which is traditionally how it’s served in restaurants, but Brie can be used for so much more than a fruit plate (though I do love it this way).
This soup combines the delicate, mild, and rich flavors of Brie with the pungent tastes of sharp cheddar to make a hearty, cheesy soup that will satisfy.
Apple and cinnamon pecan crumble add the tastes of the season to make this the perfect meal for a crisp fall day.
Growing up, my idea of a great tomato soup and grilled cheese meal was Campbell’s canned tomato soup made with whole milk instead of water and a simple grilled cheese of yellow American cheese and plain white bread.
This rustic tomato soup makes your childhood favorite all grown up!
Enjoy the tastes and textures of fresh homemade tomato soup served with a sourdough grilled cheese sandwich with Gruyère and sharp cheddar cheeses. So yummy!
Think creamy potato soup meets cheesy broccoli soup, and you’ll have this warm and comforting meal!
These Warming Soup Recipes will make you happy to welcome the fall season!
Cozy up with a warm bowl of soup, a pumpkin spice latte or some hot chocolate, and enjoy arguably the best season Mother Nature has to offer! It’s certainly the most beautiful!
Please leave a comment below to let me know what you think of these Comforting Soup Recipes that will warm you up on cold fall and winter days!
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