If you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to have soup in summer because it’s too hot, then you must be really psyched fall is finally here. You’ve waited long enough for some soup weather, so check out the following 13 recipes for hearty soups that are not only delicious and nutritious but also won’t leave you feeling hungry an hour later.
This chicken broth and leeks-based soup is thickened with barley, and the chicken breasts absorb all the savory goodness. Tablespoon serves up this slow cooker version of the traditional Scottish soup.
It’s in the name, folks, and it’s absolutely delicious. Hispanic Kitchen’s recipe includes chicken, but vegetarians can leave it out and use vegetable broth in lieu of chicken broth. With all those vegetables, particularly that corn on the cob, the soup is filling, satisfying and perfect for fall. Oh, and don’t leave out the lime! It really brings out all the flavors. Yum!
Simply Delicious’s recipe for roast tomato soup is enhanced with its recipe for what they call the ultimate toasted cheese sandwich. Dip the sandwich in the soup. Total win, A+, would eat again.
Cabbage doesn’t get enough love from us, and it’s so good and good for you. Neither does Czech food, which is so very delicious. Problem solved. Check out this recipe for Czech cabbage soup from Amazing Soup Recipes.
We think there’s just something about barley soup that makes it an ideal candidate for fall and winter comfort food. Take a look at this recipe from Vegan in the Freezer. It’s nutritious, flavorful and even your meat-eating friends will enjoy a bowl on a chilly night.
Proving that vegetarian can be hearty is this recipe from Damn Delicious for potato corn zucchini chowder. Meat-eaters, if you absolutely must use chicken broth and add your bacon, go ahead. But whether you keep it vegan, vegetarian or meaty, this soup is the perfect way to eat a bunch of different vegetables without even thinking about it.
Noble Pig intrigued us with this recipe for dill pickle soup — yeah, dill pickle soup. Sour and savory, this thick soup is ready in just about 30 minutes. You’ve never had dill pickles like this. (And if you have, tell us how you liked it.)