These 15 Easy Soups for Fall are a selection of our favorites from the most popular soups on the blog. Believe me: you need these soups in your life.
With the Fall equinox in just a couple of days, it’s official. I can now eat my weight in soup.
This seemed like the perfect time to put together a selection of the bowls we plan to dive head-first into over the coming weeks.
These soups are inspired by cuisines from all over the world. Most involve meat, but a few are vegetarian and even vegan.
Our Favorite Easy Soups for Fall
We nearly always make this stew around St. Paddy’s day, but it’s good anytime. This is a hearty, delicious hug in a bowl. I highly recommend enjoying it with a pint of Guinness!
We eat this chili a couple of times each month, whether it’s the dead of Winter of the middle of Summer. Leftovers are great on baked potatoes.
Charred aromatics deepen the flavor of this delicious, vegan soup. Load your bowl up with bright, fresh garnishes and be sure to also check out the vegan option for my Quick Nuoc Cham Sauce – Vietnamese Dipping Sauce.
This is the newest recipe on the blog. Inspired by Portuguese caldo verde, this is a hearty, delicious soup your whole family will love.
This is a go-to soup whenever we have leftover turkey, which is always the case after holiday dinners. The soup starts with a rich turkey broth made in the slow-cooker from the turkey carcass.
This bright, beautiful soup is loaded with healthy ingredients and an unusual, delicious flavor profile. Easy to make in the Instant-Pot or the stovetop.
7. Ginger-Turmeric Butternut Squash Soup
This silky, delicious vegetarian/vegan soup is deliciously flavored with turmeric and ginger, both superfoods with anti-inflammatory properties. This stunning soup is perfect for a lunch or light dinner.
This is a splendid bowl of hearty, delicious comfort food. One of my favorite uses of leftover rotisserie chicken.
Green Chile Pork Stew is a spicy, hearty dish with roots in Mexican and New Mexican cuisine. I love to make this stew in advance because the flavors have a chance to meld and deepen. Plus, it means all I have to do for dinner the next day is reheat—win-win!
This stew is one of our favorites, with its out-of-the-box, amazing flavor profile. Chunks of dried apricot round out the deeply spiced broth of this hearty stew.
This soup comes together quickly with the help of pantry staples. For the croutons, simply cube up some day-old bread, toss with oil and seasoning, and toast in the oven. Is there anything more comforting than tomato soup?!
A hearty, delicious bowl based on an iconic Mexican dish. This stew is simplified by beginning with the meat and carcass of a rotisserie chicken. The carcass is the basis of the stock for the soup, which can slow-cook all day.
This mildly spicy soup makes a stunning vegetarian option for lunch or a light dinner.
This is my re-imagined take on Olive Garden’s Pasta Fagioli soup. Instead of ground beef, this soup starts with Italian sausage, which gives a fantastic flavor boost. It has an all-day simmered flavor, but is done in 45 minutes.
This is, quite simply, my favorite soup in the entire world. It represents years of research (er, eating ramen) and combines everything I love about this Asian noodle soup. Although the soy-marinated egg in the recipe is fantastic, I now usually make Soy-Miso Marinated Ramen Eggs. These salty umami bombs will blow your mind.
For the complete collection of soups on Flipped-Out Food, check out my Soups and Stews category page!
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