These homemade fall soup recipes are perfect for cold weather! These all-time favorites can be cooked on the stovetop or slow cooker.
It’s that time of year again – back to school, game days, and chilly nights best spent wrapped in a warm blanket with a nice hot bowl of soup. The best part? How easy soup recipes are to prepare for a cozy night at home! Having delicious soups is a wonderful way to make an easy recipe fast!
The Most Popular Fall Soup Recipes
This list of soup recipes are perfect winter soups and are loaded with carrots, celery, sausage, and more. These are perfect for a cold night and can be an easy way to make a healthy meal.
No matter if you love stew, chowder, or are hoping to find the best soup recipes for your Instant Pot, I’ve got you covered with these options below.
When you taste this creamy soup you won’t wonder why it has topped the list of favorite classic recipes for years.
Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup
Chicken soup is the all-time favorite comforting classic, well known for its magical abilities to make anyone feel better!
Butternut Squash Soup
The #1 favorite of vegetarian soup recipes.
There’s a good reason this zesty soup with its big flavor has quickly become one of the top soup recipes.
Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana Copycat – KETO version
This simple soup is oh-so-tasty, and you don’t have to go out to get some!
Beef Vegetable Soup
This comforting soup is also the best way to use those leftover trimmings.
Tomato Bisque Soup
This homemade vegetable soup is another favorite for those looking for vegetarian recipes.
Malaysian Coconut Milk Shrimp Soup
This healthy soup has an exotic flavor of faraway lands in warmer climates.
The flavor of taco soup will have you coming back and filling your bowl with more!
This turkey soup recipe is a great way for using up leftovers and having a hearty meal on the table!
This easy hamburger soup recipe takes your favorite flavors and combines them in a soul-warming bowl for a quick and easy weeknight dinner!
Instant Pot Lasagna Soup
I love this Instant Pot Lasagna Soup because it’s a little bit different from other lasagna soup recipes I’ve had: it’s vegetarian! It swaps the ground beef for brown lentils.
Copycat Zuppa Toscana Soup
This copycat recipe of Olive Garden’s Zuppa Toscana soup will hit the spot. This creamy soup tastes just as good and possibly even better than the original and only takes about an hour to make.
White Chicken Chili
The version that I’m going to share today is made in the slow cooker, but could easily be made on the stovetop when you’re short on time and decide on a big bowl of spicy, White Bean Chicken Chili Soup will hit the spot.
Variations & Toppings
To create a truly flavorful soup, adding toppings is always a good idea!
- add sour cream & cheddar cheese for a fully loaded baked potato soup, taco soup, or any soup you like!
- tortilla chips
- crusty bread
- heavy cream
- chives or cilantro
- crushed crackers
- salt and black pepper
- red pepper flakes
- fresh herbs
- Save yourself a trip to the grocery store – soup is a great way to use leftovers
- Add red peppers to spice up an old favorite
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What are good ingredients that you can add to your soups?
You can never go wrong adding in veggies. I think that mushrooms, spinach and kale are perfect for soups but I also love adding in herbs like ginger and and bacon. Changing up the options are always a good idea!
How do you store leftover soup?
Adding the soup to a dish and storing it in the fridge is the best way to store leftovers. If you’re making a slow cooker soup, you can just put the cold soup back into the crockpot and reheat and enjoy.
For soups like tomato soup or lentil soup, you can store in the fridge and then reheat low and slow on the stove.
What is a popular classic soup?
It just depends on what you like! I’m a huge fan of pumpkin soup for fall but lasagna soup is always a hit as well. My kids always request Italian Wedding Soup once the fall months hit also. I’d by lying if I didn’t admit that tortilla soup is always at the top of my list!