Can you feel it!? The days are getting shorter and the air is getting cooler. That can only mean one thing… It’s time to get the soup pots out, y’all! Today I am sharing a savory soup recipe round-up with you. I spent the last week rounding up my all-time favorite soup recipes and I put them right here in one spot to share with you.
Click the title of each soup recipe to get the full post and recipe. Now, grab a seat, a pad of paper, and a pen because it’s time to make a grocery list!
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From My Kitchen to Yours
In reading this post, I hope you find (at least) one new soup recipe that you want to try. These are some of our family favorites here on the farm. My hope is that after trying one or more of these recipes you and your family will love them too. Who knows, maybe one of these soup recipes will become a new family favorite in your home. That would be such an honor for me.
PopPop’s Minestrone Soup
Once you make this homemade minestrone soup recipe, you will never try another one. It’s brimming with fresh vegetables and pasta in a savory broth. There is nothing better than PopPop’s Minestrone Soup on a cold night after a long day. It warms you up from the inside out, just like home cooking should.
Although the ingredient list is long, I promise you, together this all makes the most incredible minestrone soup you’ll ever eat. Don’t let that sway you. Yes, there is a lot of chopping. It’s totally worth it, I promise! On a cold evening, I love to put on some music, pour a glass of wine, and chop away in the kitchen. This is also a great recipe to make together as a couple or as a family. Everyone can contribute to making this soup, the more the merrier!
Loaded Potato Soup
There is so much to love about a loaded baked potato, don’t you agree? I don’t know what I love to add more of to my warm baked potato, savory butter, crispy bacon pieces, fresh green onions, or chives. Oh, and don’t forget about the cool creamy sour cream. It’s all so delicious and makes a warm baked potato truly hit the spot. My love for a loaded baked potato inspired this recipe for Loaded Potato Soup. It’s a one-pot wonder! It’s also creamy, delicious, and so easy to make. This soup is the ultimate comfort food and I hope it will become a favorite with your family.
Italian Wedding Soup
Italian Wedding Soup is an easy, delicious, and satisfying recipe that is sure to be a family favorite. We love it here on the farm and my hope is that after trying it, it will become one of your favorites too. The juicy meatballs, fresh vegetables, and hearty broth warms the belly and feeds the soul. It pairs perfectly with some warm bread and butter. This is truly comforting food at its finest.
The marriage of rich chicken broth, juicy meatballs, and fresh vegetables in Italian Wedding Soup is a match made in heaven. Some recipes call for cooking the meatballs and the pasta in the soup. However, I prefer baking the meatballs in the oven to ensure they are thoroughly cooked and beautifully brown. I also prefer to cook the pasta separately, unlike some people. It has been my experience that cooking the pasta in the soup makes the broth too starchy and the noodles too soggy, but it’s all about personal preference.
Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Basil Olive Oil
Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Basil Olive Oil is a silky smooth, hearty, and decadent soup recipe. With its simple vegan ingredients, it’s also very easy to make and incredibly good for you. We love to have it alongside panini sandwiches. It’s a must-try this Fall and Winter!
If you have a large pot or a Dutch oven, a skillet, and a blender, you have everything you need to make this mouthwatering soup. The creaminess of this soup doesn’t actually come from cream. It comes from blending the ingredients after simmering them together to marry the flavors. The texture is so decadent, it’s hard to believe there is no cream in the recipe. And wait until you try the basil olive oil! It’s absolutely delicious in the soup and can be used to brush on grilled bread and to make salad dressing and marinades.
Mexican Chicken Soup
My love for Mexican food runs DEEP, y’all. Growing up in southern California I was quite spoiled by having delicious Mexican food all around me for most of my life. What I love about Mexican Chicken Soup is that it is so fresh and delicious. We eat it at the farmhouse year-round. It’s THAT good!
Mexican Chicken Soup is always the first request when someone at the farmhouse is fighting a cold. It’s delicious, and hearty, and the spices really kick it up a notch. It’s outstanding on its own with Mexican rice in it, but my favorite part about this soup is all the toppings you can put on top. The toppings add a freshness to the soup that I love! Diced tomatoes, avocado, Queso Fresco, sour cream, jalapeños, cilantro, lime, and so much more. If you try no other soup recipe in this post… Try this one!
Mama’s Homemade Split Pea Soup
There is nothing like home cooking. My Mama’s Homemade Split Pea Soup recipe is the best! It’s simple, delicious, and the epitome of comfort food. Simply throw all the ingredients in a crockpot in the morning, turn it on, and come home several hours later to the delicious aroma of split pea soup ready to eat. It doesn’t get better than that! Serve it with a fresh green salad and warm crusty bread. It’s the perfect supper to warm you up on a cold night from the inside out… Just like a hug from mama.
I am a huge fan of healthy recipes with minimal ingredients and big flavor. This soup recipe is one of those recipes. Since I can remember, my mama has made the best homemade split pea soup. She often made it after Christmas or Easter with the leftover ham bone from the holiday dinners. When I asked her for the recipe years ago, she said she was happy to share it with me. Now it’s my pleasure to share it with you.
White Bean Chicken Chili
Life on the farm has given me a new appreciation for make-ahead meals. I love planning ahead and making a meal after the kids leave for school in the morning. Then, when I head out the door for the day to do chores on the farm or run errands, I have peace of mind knowing there is one less thing to worry about later in the day. I love knowing I am already ahead of the game with dinner on the stove! Also, making dinner ahead of time means I can spend more time with the family once everyone gets home in the evening. Sitting down with the family for dinner after a long day to a hot bowl of White Bean Chicken Chili with homemade cornbread is a little slice of heaven on the farm. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do.
White Bean Chicken Chili is the ultimate comfort food. Hearty beans, savory chicken, rich creamy broth, and the perfect kick of spice make this chili ideal in the colder months, but delicious all year round. It’s quick and easy to make and makes great leftovers (if there is any leftover).
Decadent Lobster Bisque
Sand between my toes, wind-blown hair, sunburned shoulders, and Decadent Lobster Bisque. These are all things that remind me of summer family vacations on Cape Cod. What’s not to love about butter, cream, and lobster!? They are a few of the best flavor combinations around. This easy, delicious, and decadent soup will transport you back to some of the best days you have ever spent by the ocean.
My in-laws shared a Lobster Bisque recipe with me that was given to them by a friend. I loved the simplicity of it. I took that recipe and elevated it, just a tad, to make it my own. My recipe is very reminiscent of the lobster bisque I remember having on vacation. Butter, cream, lobster, and a splash of sherry marry together in a way that makes you want to keep filling your bowl and start making plans for your next trip to the beach.
Chicken Orzo Soup with Lemon and Dill
This chicken orzo soup with lemon and dill is fresh, delicious, and filled with fabulous flavors of spring. Bookmark it for later. Savory chicken, zesty lemon, petite peas, and fresh dill combine to make the perfect soup to celebrate the season. The addition of the orzo makes it hearty and satisfying. It’s a lovely way to welcome spring in the kitchen.
Chicken orzo soup with lemon and dill is delicious, but I love serving it with a warm fresh baguette and a garden salad. It’s perfect for lunch or dinner.
Cayla Cox’s Chicken and Sausage Gumbo
Get a taste of Louisiana home cooking at its best with this delicious and savory chicken and smoked Andouille sausage gumbo. This outstanding classic cajun stew is sure to become a family favorite! It can also be made in the crockpot. Throw all the ingredients in a slow cooker, let them cook on low for about 4-6 hours, and then dish it up. Gumbo is perfect to serve a crowd. Make some this year for Mardi Gras and invite your friends and family over to enjoy it with you. Be sure to have the recipe handy, because they’ll be asking for it!
Savory Soup Round-Up Just For You
I hope you enjoy this round-up of some of our favorite soups here on the farm. It was so much fun gathering this collection up for you. I’d love to hear what some of your favorites are! Let me know in the comments.
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What an excellent selection you have included, and so nice to have them all in one place. Thanks so much for the time and effort you put into it for us ❤️
Aw you are so sweet, Janet! Thank you for taking the time to leave me this comment. I’m so happy you like the post. It was my pleasure to put this collection together for y’all. I hope you enjoy the soup recipes as much as we do here on the farm!❤️