These soup recipes are delicous and will certainly warm your family’s tummies. Here are 10 of our absolute favorites.
These look so good, I’m planning to make one today. I love homemade soup, but can’t say I feel the same about soup from a can. Homemade is always better.
Everyone is going nutso about lasagna soup, which I didn’t even know existed. There are a zillion recipes for this dish, but here’s the one that caught my eye. It’s absolutely loaded with Italian sausage!
This is a Keto-friendly soup, and that will make my husband very happy. (If you haven’t tried Keto, here’s some Keto info sharing our family’s personal experiences and tips.)
Packed with noodles, celery, carrots, green beans, and spinach in an Italian seasoned tomato broth.
I’m crazy for Panera. Are you? Not sure whether this is exactly the same taste as the restaurant, but even if it’s close that’s good enough for me. PS: it only takes 30 minutes to make.
I’ve never tried to make wonton soup at home, but this easy recipe promises to change that.
Here’s another of the incredible soup recipes that’s a copycat. This one is from Olive Garden. It has bacon and sausage in it, and plenty of potatoes. She recommends buying some frozen potatoes if you don’t want to spend your time peeling and chopping. Great idea!
She mentions mushroom powder in the recipe, although it’s optional. I have to say I’m intrigued, so I’m going to snag some here.
To earn the word “crack” in soup recipes, it better be good! Well it sure does look good and I’m excited to give it a try. Hope we don’t get addicted.
Instead of egg noodles, the recipe calls for rice noodles. If your family is vegan, this could be a big winner.
When it comes to soup recipes, this one stands out as something different. The recipe creator describes it this way: it features citrus, chickpeas, orzo, refreshing dill, and fresh baby greens with tahini for added creaminess. I really like the idea of the fresh greens and citrus.
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Sher Bailey is a writer in the Midwest who believes the power of humor, Mod Podge, and grandkids can fix most problems in life. You can find her at SherBailey.com.