As we head into this fall weekend, we figured it’s the perfect time to dig into our recipe box to pull out some of our favorite, most flavorful soup recipes. Soups are not only the perfect fall comfort food, but they’re easy to double up and freeze and stockpile as we head into the bone-chilling winter months. Take a look at these delicious and easy soup recipes, make your shopping list and whip up some of these this weekend. Eat them now or freeze them for later. Either way you’ll be glad to have a warm, delicious meal whenever you eat it!
7 Soup Recipes to Try This Fall
This recipe comes from StyleBlueprint contributor Katherine Snell, who was inspired to re-create it after dining at Fig & Olive in New York City. “I had the most delicious, fresh and healthy heirloom carrot and thyme soup,” she says. “As soon as I got home I searched the internet for the recipe or ingredient list. I found this recipe on a blog and decided to add a few ingredients on my own and give it a go!” Katherine says that the key to this recipe is fresh ingredients, and because there are so few ingredients, use the best of the selection and a good quality olive oil. Enjoy!
Pumpkin is a signature fall flavor, and this recipe celebrates it in the most delicious way. This recipe came to us by way of Southern food and lifestyle writer Christiana Roussel, who shared it with us several years ago.
This lentil soup is both hearty and healthy. And it makes plenty to feed the family for several days. Packed with healthy veggies and fibrous lentils, it’s a soup you can feel good about eating!
StyleBlueprint Louisville contributor Heidi Potter swears there is no recipe that’s easier to pull together and that offers such an amazing flavor. “Here’s why it is so easy: you just have to brown the meat and onion, and then open up seven cans and stir,” she says. That’s a real “fix it and forget it” kind of meal.
This comfort food was served up at the Neiman Marcus cafe in Great Falls, Virginia, and it helped a former SB contributor get through her first two pregnancies. Read why it’s so magical, and then whip up a delicious batch for yourself!
If you’re looking for a great way to capture the season’s most delicious flavors, try this roasted pear and butternut squash soup. And it’s also a great recipe for creating a double batch and freezing some for later.
Another recipe from the kitchen of Heidi Potter is this minestrone, and it’s a family recipe, so you know it’s good! “This recipe is courtesy of our family friend from Houston, Bebe Stegent,” says Heidi. “It takes a long time to make, and you must follow the directions without taking a shortcut, but it is not hard to make in the least. It is a delicious soup, so worth the time!”
Enjoy your soup! And when you’re ready to whip up some other tasty dishes, check out our recipe section. It’s filled with all sorts of amazing flavors!