10 Top Fall Soup recipes that will warm you up all season long.
You know fall is here when all you want to do is cook a huge pot of steaming hot soup to warm you. The outside morning and evening crispiness of fall gives you an excuse to bring out your warm favorite sweaters from the closet. Cuddle up by the fire or on your couch.
Incorporating those warm fuzzy feelings into your evening meal plan will warm you from the inside and out.
Easy, warm, and super delicious, those 10 recipes will make your chilly nights much warmer.
Make them ahead of time or to be enjoyed right the way. Play with the season flavors those recipes will be a delight to you and your family. Soups are such a staple in my kitchen.
Enjoy and Bon Appetit!
Cream of Carrot Soup
Playing with flavors and having fun creating this recipe. Not only is was so delicious, super healthy, but very easy to make. A little chopping up and the stove does it all.
Making a huge pot, enjoying it for lunch or dinner, and storing the rest for a later day. Not only is comfort soul food, but you can make it light or as hearty with lots of flavors and texture as you wish.
Curry, lentils, coconut milk marry well in this soup. Not to mention so easy to make. Going a bit vegetarian tonight, but no one seems to mind.
We all love tortellini but we do not have hours to make them. Yet, I wanted some during a school night. While finishing up some peas and wonton wrappers that were leftovers, as well as combining part of the original recipe that was passed down by my family, I present you my version of the tortellini.
Super easy and with a short list of ingredients that will not require a special trip to the store, this soup is ready to be enjoyed in less than 45 minutes. I know roasted cauliflower soup may not strike your fancy. However, before you brush it off, give it a try you will be surprised how tasty it is.
Pumpkin Season is here!! And to welcome this time of year and warm up our crispy autumn day with this velvety Pumpkin Ginger Soup. The sweetness of the pumpkin blends well with the bite of the ginger. You can add sour cream at the end or not, personal choice.
I did something different: I used a handheld blender to mince down the onions. I love cheese and decided at the last minute to add more cheese over it after being under the broiler, and add another slice of bread with more cheese over it… What can I say … I am French and I love cheese.
Mushrooms are an acquired taste. Not the prettiest vegetable. The color is one that let to be desired once cooked. However, the flavor is absolutely out of this world no matter which way you prepare them.
Could you believe I never had tomato soup until I was an adult? I must admit I was a bit skeptical at first. Tomatoes were only to be enjoyed in salads, or tomatoes sauce and that was about it. I was hooked from the first spoonful and now every time I see it on a menu, I always order it. Seeing it with roasted bell peppers, I could not resist to take it home and give it a try.
Pad Thai is so versatile, instead of shrimp you can use pork or beef or all of them together. I had some shrimps in the freezer so that made my choice simple. Easy to prepare, therefore make sure all your ingredients are ready prior to start cooking.
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