These amazingly tasty Ninja Foodi soup recipes will get you excited and inspired to use the high-tech pressure cooker.
On cold nights, these set-and-forget recipes will warm your body, mind, and soul.
They’re packed with nutritious ingredients, fresh seasonings, and fun flavor combinations.
And they’re all really easy! Forget sweating over the stove, cook up a big batch of soup in half the time with the Ninja Foodi pressure cooker.
No fuss, no work, and no waiting!
From creamy chicken noodle to chunky beef stew, these comforting bowls are full of yummy goodness.
Looking for something a bit different? Try pot roast soup, sausage and spinach tortellini soup, or Italian-inspired Zuppa Toscana.
Whether you’re serving soup to guests, planning a quick family dinner, or need something easy for dinner, there’s so much to love among these 20+ recipes.
Chicken noodle soup from a can is a sad affair, and you deserve better.
Homemade isn’t just healthier, it also tastes better. And it doesn’t involve much work with this easy recipe.
Packed with soft noodles, shredded chicken, fresh vegetables, and flavorful broth, this is a nourishing family favorite.
An elegant appetizer, French onion soup is a light but rich-tasting soup made almost entirely from onions.
It’s perfect for parties or quick suppers.
Whoever you’re serving, no one at the table will be able to resist the delicious pairing of rich oniony broth and cheesy, chewy French bread.
Thick, creamy, and cheesy – three words I love to hear when it comes to soups.
This smooth stew is a rich mix of broccoli, cheddar cheese, chicken broth, and cream.
It’s just what you need after a long day in the office or running after the kids.
Eat your next pot roast from a bowl, with this quick and easy recipe.
It’s ideal if you want something a little different for your next Sunday dinner.
Just pop your stew meat in the pressure cooker along with broth, vegetables, and seasonings, and voila. Set it and walk away.
It’s never been easier to get a pot roast on the table!
Lasagna casserole is out, and lasagna soup is in.
It’s got all the classic ingredients – pasta noodles, ground beef, tangy tomatoes, fragrant herbs – dumped in the pressure cooker and simmered to perfection.
Serve this one with plenty of cheese and crusty bread for a winning weeknight feast.
This recipe is nothing short of culinary genius.
Ravioli parcels, stuffed with ground beef and pork sausage, are simmered in an Italian tomato broth.
As the ravioli cooks, all those delicious meat juices leak into the sauce, giving it amazing richness and depth – genius!
Don’t forget to serve this one with plenty of cheese for extra melted bliss.
The beauty of this basic soup lies in its versatility.
Once you have that deliciously smooth and creamy base, you can get really creative.
Add diced ham or bacon, pile on the cheese, or throw in some leeks and mushrooms. You can’t go wrong with this quick and convenient supper.
You really need an occasion for this soup.
With irresistible ingredients like Italian sausage and soft tortellini dumplings, it’s a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Serve it up for game day, save it for a celebration, or slurp it with the family. This soup is good eating for good times.
Whether it’s Mexican Monday or Taco Tuesday, you’ll want to make this soup.
Loaded with black beans, corn, ground beef, tomatoes, and spices, this is a fiery bowl to get your tastebuds tingling.
Serve it with tortilla chips so you can scoop up the chunky goodness, and don’t be afraid to get greedy with the cheese!
Made with just 9 ingredients, and on the table within 30 minutes, there’s no excuse not to feed your family this soup tonight.
A hearty blend of white beans, leafy spinach, and earthy root vegetables, this is what pressure cookers were made for.
It’s vegetarian too! Making it a perfect fit for your next Meatless Monday.
You’ll use the slow cooker function on your Ninja Foodi for this bright broth.
It’s a low-and-slow kind of dish, which lets the fragrant spices mingle and deepen as it simmers.
The result is a chunky chili that’s filling and aromatic, with just the right amount of kick.
A must for the kids, cheeseburger soup is impossible to resist.
Ready in just 30 minutes, it’s perfect for impatient little eaters who always seem to want dinner now.
Made with beef and vegetables, it’s a bit like a hearty beef stew, but with lots of crave-worthy flavor and cheesy goodness.
If you think cabbage soup is dreary diet food, think again.
This surprisingly tasty recipe proves that you can make a delicious meal out of a whole heap of cabbage (weird, I know).
But it’s not just cabbage. There’s a lot going on in this healthy bowl – carrots, onion, celery, garlic, tomatoes.
It’s a dietary detox for people who hate both detoxing and diets.
In Italian, zuppa means ‘soup’ and Toscana means ‘Tuscany’. So it doesn’t take a genius to figure out where this rich, herby soup originates.
Inspired by the Olive Garden starter, this DIY recipe is packed with amazing Mediterranean flavors.
Made with Italian sausage, bacon, potatoes, and cream, this insanely tasty soup will make you want to pack your bags and head for the Italian coast immediately.
Simple, but very satisfying, you can’t beat a good tomato soup.
Rich, tangy, and with just a hint of sweetness, this recipe is a heavenly and hearty bowl.
If you’re short on time, use canned tomatoes to make things even easier!
Perfect beef stew is a fickle thing.
It’s got to be perfectly thick, perfectly meaty, and perfectly balanced with the right savory herbs.
Luckily for us, this recipe nails it. Throw everything into the pressure cooker, hit the button, and get ready to drool over the ultimate chunky beef stew.
The kids in my house hate soup. Or they did until I made them this particular soup.
Small eaters will love the taste of meaty pasta in a tangy tomato broth, while adults will love the fact that it’s loaded with healthy vegetables.
This is a supper designed to keep everyone happy!
Leek and potato soup is amazing when the leaves start falling and the nights draw in.
It’s a true winter warmer, with its comforting combination of smooth creamy potatoes and sharp leeks.
Add butter and milk, and you’ll have a velvety soup with surprising depth.
Try this delicious recipe in spring, when asparagus is at peak ripeness.
It’s the best way to enjoy the green vegetable, which is full of fiber and folic acid.
This dairy-free soup is surprisingly creamy, using pureed cauliflower to add rich thickness.
It’s healthy, it’s tasty, and it’s easy to make – what’s not to love?!
Smooth, silky, and oh-so-rich, this isn’t soup. It’s a bowl of orange-colored joy.
Made with carrots, ginger, onion, apple, and cream cheese, this is a feast of tastes and textures.
It’s perfectly balanced with both sweet and savory notes while remaining rich and creamy.
Delicious to the last sip, this soup is the gift that keeps on giving!
This cozy bowl is great for quick, nourishing meals, but it’s also perfect for preppers.
Make a big batch and you can keep some in the fridge or freezer for any time you need celery soup.
Forget the canned stuff, use this delicious homemade version for casseroles, sauces, and more!
If you’re trying to eat more plant-based meals, or just want to explore new vegetarian options, this soup is a winner.
Mildly spiced and loaded with heart-healthy lentils, it’s a filling bowl bursting with Middle Eastern flavor.
Serve with a swirl of cream and a sprinkling of fresh coriander if you’re feeling fancy.
This is a healthy, low-fat version of mushroom soup that’s just as creamy as the real deal, but without the cream.
It’s not entirely dairy-free, but this recipe replaces heavy cream with potatoes to keep the rich taste and velvety texture without any extra fat.
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