Fall is here and the chill is in the air, so what better time to meal plan with over 21 amazing soup recipes!
So many great ideas to add to your weekly meal plan!
I grew up eating soup and I just love it! Some of my favorite food bloggers have shared their favorite soup recipes with us and I am so excited to start making them! I am going to begin with one soup that I have made before and change it up every time I eat it! Tomato soup is one of my very favorites and what I love about this Weeknight Italian Tomato Soup is how many ways you can serve it. Its a great recipe and I have made a slightly different version of it a handful of times since I discovered it last June. Here is how I’ve been making it:
- 1 TBSP Olive Oil
- Large Pinch of Oregano
- Crushed Red Pepper, to taste
- 1 Clove Garlic, minced
- 1/2 C White Wine
- 2 C Chicken or Vegetable Broth
- 2 C Marinara Sauce, but I use Newman’s Own Sockarooni Sauce (has great flavor!)
Over medium heat, add olive oil. Once the oil is hot, add the garlic and stir. Add the wine, then broth and heat to just under boiling. Now add in your tomato sauce and heat for another couple of minutes, until warm.
Now here is the fun part! You can add such a variety of ingredients to this soup! The original has orzo and shrimp – YUM! I usually make this soup plain as a base and eat it a few different ways until its all gone! Here are some of my favorites:
- Add precooked noodles, rice or tortellini.
- If using noodles or tortellini, add sausage or meatballs.
- Shredded chicken, a crusty toasted slice of Italian Bread and top with melted mozzarella.
- Shredded chicken, sliced jalapeños and sour cream
- Avocado, corn, serrano peppers, sour cream, cheese and tortilla chips
- Seasoned ground turkey, kale, crushed red pepper, topped with blue cheese or gorgonzola crusted croutons
- Spinach, Calamata Olives and a side of warm pita bread.
I could keep going and going, but you get the idea! The possibilities are endless!
Don’t those croutons look amazing too? They are so easy to make! First you toast (or grill) some slices of leftover baguettes. While toasting, mix some softened butter with some cheese crumbles. (I used Gorgonzola) Once the bread is toasty, spread the butter/cheese mixture over the bread then place in a oven or toaster oven for a few minutes, just until the cheese begins to melt. Remove from heat and let stand another few minutes before serving. Seriously, they are fantastic!
And now, on to the rest of the Amazing Soup Recipes! Which one are you going to make first?
Sausage & Spinach Soup with Wild Rice
Olive Garden Chicken Gnocchi Soup Made Skinny
Nutty Blue Cheese Apple Parsnip Soup
Cream of Broccoli and Cheddar Soup
Simple & Delicious French Onion Soup
Tuscan Style Summer Vegetable Soup – Slow Cooked
Butternut Squash and Apple Soup
Homemade Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup
Sausage and Bean Slow Cooker Soup
Slow Cooker Hearty Italian Beef Soup
Which amazing soup recipe will you try first?
Debi @ Life Currents says
Thanks for the linky love! I’m really glad you liked my Tomato Soup! And, thanks for including my Potato Cheese and Mushroom Soups in your round-up. I’ve stumbled and pinned it! Thanks again!
No, thank you Debi! I really do love that Tomato Soup!
Great roundup. I’m so excited for soup season! Thanks for using my soup. I just pinned this to my soups board and I’ll be sharing on FB later today!
Love this round-up, soups are my favorite. Can’t wait to give some a try, just wish the weather would cool down a bit in these parts!
Thanks Mary. I know! These brief moments of cool weather are just a tease so far! I can’t wait for the temp to drop so I can bake and have more soup!
thanks for adding my Tuscan style soup!
I appreciate you sharing it Janelle!
This is right on time. With so many baked goods gracing my table I feel better when I have soup. So many here that I want to try!
Kristina and Millie says
love soup, especially now the weather is cooling! Thanks for sharing!
What an amazing collection of soup recipes Christine!!! Thank you so much for including my Olive Garden Chicken Gnocchi Soup Made Skinny.
With my very best wishes,
What a great collection of soup recipes! I wish it would colder here soon so I can enjoy soup more often!
Jamie H says
Today it finally went from the 70s into the 50s, and the crisp fall air is making me think soup is needed! Thanks for all the great recipes to try!
Kelly the Take Action WAHM says
Yum – it’s soup time! There’s enough soup here to get me all the way through winter!
Pure Grace Farms says
I love this great line up of soups. Great minds think alike I guess for I am featuring soups this week on the blog too! You can’t ever have enough soup!
Hi Christine! Great collection of soups here – and thanks for including Who Needs A Cape? in it. 🙂 The weather is finally cooling off here in the South, so I’m excited and ready to dive into soup – and now I have a whole bunch more to choose from. Thanks again!
You’re very welcome Sherry!
Katie Pierce says
Man this Italian Tomato Soup recipe sounds right up my alley! I will definitely try it soon!
It is one of my favorites!
Great round up!
I’m definitely going to have to try some of these out this winter!
Suzy | The Mediterranean Dish says
So many great options! I’ve marked a few to try!
That great! I’d love to her your favorite!