The weather is changing here on the homestead. The mornings are cool and crisp, and the leaves are beginning to show their full array of colors. This has got me in the mood for soup! So, I rounded up our favorite soup recipes to share with you. I hope you enjoy this Soup Round Up.
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Oh my! You can’t go wrong with a classic chili. Served alone with sour cream and shredded cheese or paired with pigs in a blanket. So satisfying!
This is not the classic creamy potato soup topped with bacon and chives. Dar’s Potato Soup is full of sausage, peppers and onions, potatoes, and broth. Filling and delicious.
A perfect soup for any weeknight meal. This soup has become a family favorite because it’s creamy and slightly sweet from the peas. If you have leftover roast from a previous dinner and don’t know what to do with it, split pea soup is the perfect option. It’s quick and easy to put together and very delicious.
Beef Vegetable Stew is a classic soup that is always welcomed. One of my favorite memories is my mom making this soup and I would crumble saltine crackers on top. The tender chunks of beef and potatoes and the tomato flavored broth makes this a hit during the fall and winter months.
Anything with spiciness you can count me in! The red pepper flakes give this soup a kick, but you can adjust the spiciness to the levels you enjoy. A unique soup that is filling and easy to put together on a busy weeknight.
You can’t go wrong with creamy and noodles all in one dish. Again, so full of flavor because you make your own chicken broth while cooking the chicken. This soup really does warm you up while filling your belly.