Cold season is well underway. And if you’re anything like me, you’ll want to make all of these scrumptious ham soup recipes right away.
I mean, is there a better way to warm up than a big bowl of protein-packed soup with veggies?
Ham is a high-quality protein to please any palate. Plus, a little goes a long way, making it super affordable, to boot.
These 15 ham soup recipes are filling and so tasty, I’ll bet even the kids will ask for seconds!
The great thing about Indian soups is they usually include lentils for a boost of protein and fiber.
This lentil and ham recipe is both nutritious and delicious.
It’s perfect for a cold fall or winter night, and it freezes incredibly well if you make a large batch.
If you have a ham bone, adding it to the broth will elevate the flavor.
Holy smoky ham, this recipe is heavenly. If you’re a fan of black bean soup, I can’t recommend this enough.
And I promise it’s worth the prep time.
This soup is soul-warming, hearty, and insanely flavorful, thanks to the ham bone in the broth.
Did you grow up eating split pea soup, too? I think it’s one of those love-it or hate-it kind of meals. But I’m firmly in the former camp!
When it’s done right, it’s more than just a bowl of mushy peas with ham bits.
This recipe is perfect for warming up on the coldest winter nights.
I was so excited to try this recipe, I ran straight to the store to get the ingredients.
Forget the overly acidic tomato soup you think you know. This recipe is much more subtle.
Yes, it has a long list of ingredients, but that’s where the robust flavors come from.
Serve it with a dollop of creme fraiche and a crunchy slice of toasted baguette.
Creamy ham and potato soup is one of my favorites to throw together on a busy, chilly night.
Warm your family up with nothing more than mirepoix, potatoes, ham, bouillon, and milk.
To make it gluten-free, replace the all-purpose flour with a gluten-free mix, or mix cornstarch and water to thicken.
Also known as butter bean and ham soup, this is one of the easiest and healthiest soups on this list.
After sautéeing the celery and onions, simply add in a ham bone, lima beans, and broth, then boil away!
The suggestion of serving with cornbread and hot sauce comes highly recommended.
This ham soup recipe is a family favorite full of ham, veggies, and beans in a delicious broth.
It’s easy to make, affordable, and it’ll only take you about 30 minutes of prep time. However, it does take a couple of hours on the stove before it’s ready.
It’s a hot, hearty meal everyone will devour.
Looking for a great way to repurpose your leftover holiday ham? This recipe is specifically designed to be made with a ham bone.
It’s not just there for flavor. You’ll want the marrow and extra meat, too.
White beans, potatoes, corn, onion, and carrots are all piled together. They work in harmony with the ham, making it filling and irresistible.
This is a classic ham and bean soup you won’t want to miss.
Simply cook your navy beans, then stir in sautéed onion, butter, and ham.
This sturdy soup doesn’t need a side dish, but it pairs well with toasted bread or topped with crunchy croutons.
This hearty soup is guaranteed to fill you up on a chilly day! And yes, there really are 15 different kinds of beans in it.
The ham adds a salty flavor and a nice dose of protein. It’s also filled with celery, onions, and garlic.
This satisfying soup will never leave you hungry!
Loaded with veggies, hatch chiles, beans, and ham, you’ll be stuffed after one bowl of this soup.
Thanks to the grain blend, it’s super satisfying. But feel free to make swaps if you don’t like farro or rice.
I think quinoa would make an excellent substitution.
This low-carb, paleo-approved soup tastes way too indulgent to be healthy. But I promise, it is!
You use cauliflower instead of potatoes to cut back on the carbs, and the added liquid smoke is a superb touch.
You could even make this into a Whole30 soup recipe if you swap the butter for coconut oil or bacon fat.
You don’t have to be Irish to crave this ham and cabbage soup. It’s comforting, filling, and pretty inexpensive to make.
It’s an old-fashioned, nostalgic soup, like something your grandma made.
This is the perfect way to use up leftover ham!
This creamy soup is loaded with ham, cauliflower, and butter.
I enjoy having more rustic chunks of ham torn from the bone rather than cubed ham, so I always use a hock. But you can use whatever leftover ham you prefer.
This soup is delicious topped with a generous helping of cheddar cheese, chives, and fried ham or bacon!
You’ll want to put this hearty ham soup on repeat. It’s delicious and easy to make on a busy weeknight.
The grainy wild rice makes an excellent contrast to the creamy base of this soup, and I just love the added color, too.
If you prefer more stock, I recommend cooking the rice ahead of time so it doesn’t soak it all up.
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