Looking for something you’ve never made before? We have easy soup recipes for that too. The miso spinach noodle soup (a gluten-free alternative to chicken noodle soup) is on our list, along with an energizing ginger spiced carrot soup, and even a supergreen mushroom & orzo soup that’ll totally transform your veggies. Plus we’ve gathered classic fall dinner recipes including squash, pumpkin, apple, and other comforting classics that will be sure to satisfy.
Cozy, veggie-packed chicken soup, homemade in 30 minutes? This should be on the menu all season long!
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Consider this creamy potato, onion, and corn soup comfort in a bowl.
If you are tomato soup and grilled cheese’s number one fan, give this spin a try. Full of fresh flavor from coconut, chopped herbs, and jalapeño, this version is sure to please.
Let this hearty family-friendly casserole simmer all day long for maximum cozy flavor.
Onions, slowly cooked until deep brown and caramelized, give this classic its distinctive flavor.
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Get big, bold flavors from this 9-ingredient, one-pot dinner. The secret? Lots of dried spice for warmth and heat to make the ultimate comforting meal.
Rather than stir rice or noodles into broth, we topped this butternut soup off with a fresh, herby couscous salad.
Your pressure cooker trims hours off of this flavor-packed Vietnamese soup.
With a pressure cooker, this spicy vegetarian chili is ready in no time.
With help from an immersion blender, you can easily transform cooked pumpkin, broth, and aromatics into a silky-smooth pumpkin soup.
Butternut squash adds a sweet richness to this crowd-pleasing fall comfort food.
Keep a few cans of chickpeas, broth and roasted red peppers on hand, so you can whip up a cozy dinner straight from the pantry in 30 minutes flat. Perfect for chilly fall nights.
For extra added flavor, simmer the soup with leftover pecorino rinds. They add an extra cheesy flavor that makes any vegetarian soup richer.
Everything, especially this sweet and smoky chili, is more delicious when you can eat the bowl.
Serve up this decadent, velvety soup as a starter, or feature it as tonight’s main (yes, it’s filling enough!). Either way, finish it off with a drizzle of chive oil.
We snuck four cups of kale — and a hefty dose of calcium and vitamin A! — into this flavorful potato soup.
Char tomatillos, garlic, poblanos and jalapenos in the broiler adding ’em to a Dutch oven to give this black bean number a distinctively smoky taste.
Turn your Thanksgiving leftovers into a hearty potato soup, flavored with garlic, fennel, and leeks.
Made with tomatoes, shallots, butter, and chicken broth, this creamy tomato soup tastes 100x better than what comes out of a can. Plus, who needs grilled cheese when you have a crispy pepita-quinoa garnish?
Ina Garten shared her secret to a deliciously decadent fall dinner: dairy, dairy, and more dairy. Her pumpkin-butternut squash blend features butter, half-and-half, creme fraiche, and grated gruyere, and it sure to be our go-to squash soup of the season.
Skip the juice cleanse and get your greens in soup form, instead. This cheesy chicken and broccoli bowl of comfort is packed with florets and fresh baby spinach (vitamin C and nitrates, too!).
Reason #1776 to invest in an Instant Pot (if you haven’t already!): This hearty, healthy vegan option. Pressure cookers require practically zero effort to use, so you’re free to move around the house while this handy appliance does the heavy lifting.
Set up the slow cooker, so you can come home to a big bowl of this tortilla soup. Make the tortillas from scratch if you’re feeling a little extra.
Think of this as the gluten-free, vegetarian take on classic chicken noodle — only it’s brimming with umami flavor.
P.S. Always check the ingredient lists to confirm that the miso, rice noodles, and tofu in your cart are *actually* GF.
The next time you’re sick, skip the Jewish Penicillin and opt for this veggie-rich stew, instead. All the kale, carrots, tomatoes and beans will have you feeling better in no time.
Consider this cozy soup your total fridge cleaner — just toss in whatever produce that’s on the verge of going bad, let it simmer, and voilà, no one will notice those veggies were past their prime.
A creamy homemade bisque that’s ready in just 10 minutes? Count us in!
Cook bulgur and chicken meatballs directly in broth for a nutritious, delicious dinner that’s done in 30 minutes and only dirties up one single pot.
Though famous New England and Manhattan Clam chowders both have clams in ’em, not all chowders have to have seafood. This cream of chicken soup made with bacon, potatoes, and of course, chicken.
Out of broth? Sub in ginger-steeped green tea (yes, really!). The brew adds liquid and flavor, while also slashing the sodium of the finished dish. Vegans take note: It also works as an easy chicken broth substitute if you don’t want to run to the store for vegetable stock, which can often taste sweet.