Make your fall dinners even cozier with these fall soup recipes! Classic clam chowder, creamy pumpkin soup, sweet lobster bisque, and hearty beef stew—whatever soup you’re craving, this list has it. It doesn’t matter which one you try first. Each one will fill your hearts and bellies with happiness. They’re so juicy you’ll want to lick the bowl. So what are you waiting for? Fire up the stove and chop up those fall vegetables.
Roasted Cauliflower Soup
This is no ordinary cauliflower, this is epic roasted cauliflower soup. Fall vegetables are a great thing to use in the kitchen, and this delicious soup gives you the perfect option. Roasting vegetables ahead of time makes a big difference. This gives the flowers a deeper, smokier flavor. Look how fat he is! This soup is already creamy and delicious even without the cheese.
Autumn Broccoli Cheddar Soup
Although Panera is best known for its bread, its broccoli cheddar soup is also a big hit. With this recipe, even kids won’t be able to say no to broccoli. Everything tastes better with cheese! Sure, there’s lots of milk, butter, and cheese, but there’s also broccoli and carrots… so you really can’t feel guilty about that second helping, right?
Chicken noodle soup
Just the thought of chicken noodle soup is comforting. A bowl of this creamy, hearty and delicious soup is sure to cure any ailment. Using leftover roast chicken, this recipe couldn’t be easier. It’s made ahead and can be frozen, meaning you can make a big batch and reheat it when you need a pick-me-up.
Tomato and Parmesan soup
If you’re looking for the perfect giant tomato soup recipe to go with your grilled cheese sandwich, look no further. This recipe is a sure winner! It’s soft, creamy and so refreshing. Loaded with fresh basil and parmesan cheese, this tomato soup is already phenomenal even when served alone.
fall 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 want in a plate of nachos, but served in a bowl of delicious fire-roasted tomato broth. It’s fantastic as is, but you can elevate these nachos by topping them with sour cream and guacamole.
This soup is loaded with tortellini, sausage, and cabbage. Plus, it only takes 30 minutes to assemble. Serve it with a side of crusty bread and dinner is served. Preparing your weeknight dinner has never been easier. Just because it’s easy doesn’t mean it’s mediocre. The combination of tortellini stuffed with cheese, sausage and kale is amazing.
Pasta and bean soup
This Pasta e Fagioli Soup is so good Olive Garden is shaking. Meaning “pasta and beans,” this Italian soup is packed with those two ingredients and more. It is beef mince, onions, carrots, celery, parsley and a mixture of aromatic herbs and spices. And let’s not forget the aromatic broth and the rich Romano and Parmesan cheeses! It gets tastier with every bite.
Fatty, melty beef and hearty vegetables in a thick, perfectly seasoned broth? Yes please ! No matter the weather, this beef stew is always welcome in the belly. It doesn’t matter if someone serves me a bowl of it on a hot summer’s day in the blazing sun, we’ll still happily eat it, and maybe even want more. That’s how good this stew is.
Irish Autumn Parsnip Soup
This Irish Parsnip and Apple Soup is sweet and creamy. Flavored with cumin, curry and coriander, it offers a delightful combination of autumnal flavours. If you’ve never had parsnips before, you’re in for a treat.
It is a staple in Ireland, but is also plentiful in the United States in the fall. Like a cross between a potato and a carrot, this root crop is pure genius. The pungent smell may put you off, but parsnips become sweet when cooked.