Make your autumn evening extra comforting with these warming fall soup recipes!
My ideal fall evening is to curl up on my couch, cozy up in front of the fireplace, and enjoy a steaming bowl of soup.
Nothing beats the warmth and comfort that a fall soup brings.
Classic clam chowder, creamy pumpkin soup, sweet lobster bisque, and hearty beef stew – whatever soup you’re craving, this list has it all.
It doesn’t matter which one you try first.
Any of these will make your hearts and bellies full and happy. They’re so scrumptious, you’ll want to lick the bowl.
So what are you waiting for? Light up the stove and chop those autumn veggies.
Today is all about the best of the best fall soup recipes!
It’s not just a regular cauliflower – it’s an epic ROASTED cauliflower soup.
Roasting the veggie beforehand makes such a big difference. It gives the florets a much deeper, smokey flavor.
Look how thick it is! This soup is already creamy and delicious even without cheese. This list is off to a great start.
While Panera is most known for its bread, its broccoli cheddar soup is also a huge hit.
With this recipe, even kids won’t be able to say no to broccoli. Everything tastes better with cheese!
Sure, it has a lot of milk, butter, and cheese, but it also has broccoli and carrots… so we really can’t feel guilty about that second serving now, can we?
Even just the thought of chicken noodle soup gives me comfort.
One bowl of this creamy, hearty, and delightful soup will surely cure all the blues.
Using leftover rotisserie chicken, this recipe couldn’t be easier.
It’s a make-ahead recipe and freezer-friendly, too, which means you can whip up a huge batch and heat it up whenever you’re in need of a pick-me-up.
If you’re looking for the perfect tomato soup recipe to pair your perfect grilled cheese sandwich with, the search is over. This recipe is the sure winner!
It’s sweet, creamy, and so refreshing. Loaded with fresh basil and parmesan cheese, this tomato soup is already phenomenal even when served on its own.
Whenever I’m feeling under the weather, I always turn to Chick-fil-A’s tortilla soup for comfort. It’s like a giant hug!
It’s so good that one bowl is never enough. Fortunately, this copycat recipe recreates the original perfectly.
This means I get to make a big batch and enjoy it anytime a craving strikes.
6. Nacho Soup
For a Mexican-inspired fall soup, look no further than this recipe.
Loaded with corn, black beans, chicken, cheese, and tortilla chips, it’s everything you’ll want in a plate of nachos but served in a bowl of delicious fire-roasted tomato broth.
It tastes fantastic as it is, but you can take this nacho up a notch-o by garnishing it with sour cream and guacamole.
Are you a sucker for spinach artichoke dip? Then you’ll surely love this spinach artichoke soup.
Complete with spinach, artichoke hearts, cream, cream cheese, and parmesan, this soup has everything you’re looking for in comfort food.
Sure it’s sinful, but it’s also loaded with vegetables, so you won’t need to feel guilty about that second bowl!
8. 15 Bean Soup
To say that this 15 bean soup is fully loaded is an understatement. It contains 15 different beans, after all!
Filled with melt-in-your-mouth beans and ham and flavored with herbs and seasonings, it’s hearty and downright delicious.
It’ll make you toot, for sure, but it’ll also fill your heart and belly with joy.
This soup is teeming with tortellini, sausage, and kale. Also, it comes together in just 30 minutes.
Serve it with a side of crust bread and dinner is served. Your weeknight dinner prep has never been easier.
Just because it’s easy, doesn’t mean it’s mediocre. The combination of cheese-stuffed tortellini, sausage, and kale is amazing.
10. Lobster Bisque
I’m such a sucker for lobster. I think the sweet and tender meat is a gift from the sea. If you feel the same way, this lobster bisque recipe is a must-try.
You’ll love how the creamy broth complements the flavor and texture of the lobster. One spoonful will get you hooked.
11. Clam Chowder
Love clams and potatoes? This recipe for New England clam chowder has your name written all over it.
It’s thick and creamy, and not just loaded with potatoes and clams, but with bacon as well. It’s the dream team!
Together, they make one heck of a hearty treat.
This pasta e fagioli is so good, Olive Garden is shaking. Meaning “pasta and beans,” this Italian soup is loaded with those two, plus more.
I’m talking ground beef, onion, carrots, celery, parsley, and a medley of herbs and seasonings.
Let’s also not forget about the savory broth and the rich romano and parmesan cheeses! It’s delicious in every bite.
13. Beef Stew
Fatty, melt-in-your-mouth beef and hearty vegetables in a thick, perfectly seasoned broth? Yes, please!
Regardless of the weather, this beef stew is always welcome in my belly.
I don’t care if I’m served a bowl on a hot summer day under the scorching sun, I’ll still eat it with joy, and maybe even ask for seconds.
That’s how good this stew is.
Are you a fan of Wendy’s chili? Good news – this copycat recipe tastes exactly like it, and maybe even better.
Loaded with ground beef, beans, and veggies, this chili is the perfect companion on a chilly evening.
Make sure to whip up a large batch, as this soup tastes even better the next day.
This Irish parsnip apple soup is sweet and creamy. Flavored with cumin, curry, and coriander, it has a delectable combination of autumn flavors.
If you’ve never had parsnips before, you’re in for a treat. They’re a staple in Ireland, but they’re also abundant here in the US during the fall.
Like a cross between a potato and a carrot, this root crop is purely awesome.
The pungent smell might turn you off, but parsnips become sweet when cooked.
Apart from the crisp weather, the fall also brings delicious produce.
Want to make the most out of your autumn vegetables? This recipe is all you’ll need.
Featuring sweet potatoes, butternut squash, carrots, tomatoes, and kale, this is the vegetarian’s dream soup.
The added quinoa makes it extra hearty and healthy, to boot.
17. Potato Soup
When it comes to potato soup, nothing beats Paula Deen’s. This thick and creamy delight is lip-smackingly delicious.
It only calls for 10 minutes of prep time, too, so it couldn’t be easier. Just toss all the ingredients into your Crockpot, and it takes care of the rest.
With this easy cream of mushroom soup recipe, you’ll never turn to soup in a can ever again.
I honestly had no idea it was so easy to make. The result is absolutely stunning. It’s a thousand times better than canned soup.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect Thanksgiving appetizer or just in the mood for a warm bowl of autumn soup, this is the recipe for you.
Butternut squash soup is sweet, creamy, and will warm your belly right up. Its comforting flavors also soothe the heart and soul.
I love the flavor and texture of sweet potatoes. They’re sweet, starchy, and perfect for making soup.
The color alone is already enticing. Just by looking at it, you can already tell it’ll be a certified hit.
21. Taco Soup
It’s similar to chili, but a hundred times better. I have nothing against the classic, but this taco soup is the clear winner.
It has all the ingredients you want in a chili, plus more. Upgraded with avocado, corn, and ranch mix, this taco soup is a definite show-stopper.
And if you’re a lover of all things avocado, go ahead and have some guac and chips on the side to make it a more complete meal.
Any recipe with rice in it is already a hit with me. This chicken and rice soup is comfort in a bowl!
Apart from the obvious ingredients, this soup also features carrots and onions.
Complete with carbs, protein, fat, and veggies, it’s a full meal on its own, and a tasty one at that.
There are hundreds, if not thousands of French onion soup recipes online, but of course, nothing beats Julia Child’s.
Sweet, caramelized onions are bathed in a savory beef broth and topped with gooey cheese. It’s absolute perfection. You really couldn’t ask for more.
Lentils and coconut milk together in one soup – sounds like heaven to me!
Flavored with turmeric and spicy ginger, this soup is as warming and comforting as can be.
It’s meat-free, but even meat lovers won’t be able to say no.
Gnocchi are small, Italian dumplings made of mashed potatoes and flour.
They have this wonderfully chewy and starchy texture that blows my mind away every time.
Add juicy chicken strips, carrots, spinach, and a rich broth to the picture, and your gnocchi will be even more irresistible.
It sounds intimidating, but orzo vegetable soup is surprisingly easy to make. It all comes together in one pot.
The recipe is easy, but the result creates a wonderful harmony of flavors and textures.
The star of the soup is the orzo and the vegetables, but the herbs and seasonings are what take it to the next level.
27. Pumpkin Soup
Rounding out this list is the oldie but goodie pumpkin soup.
This recipe only calls for 9 basic ingredients, but together, they create a culinary masterpiece. This sweet, creamy, and golden beaut is the ultimate fall soup!
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