Soup season is upon us, and we could not be more excited about trying out new fall soup recipes! There’s nothing quite like a bowl of warm soup on a chilly day. Plus, soups are the perfect way to use up all of those fall veggies you’ve been stockpiling from the farmer’s market.
To help you get your soup fix this season, we’ve rounded up 29 of our favorite fall soup recipes. From creamy pumpkin bisque to hearty beef stew, there’s something for everyone in this collection. So grab a spoon and dig in!
Fall Soup Recipes #1: Chicken Corn Chowder
This creamy chicken and corn chowder by Sugar Spun Run is the perfect comfort food for a chilly autumn day.
The corn adds a pop of sweetness, while the chicken and bacon provide heartiness and savoriness. You can use end-of-season fresh corn or thawed frozen corn to make this dish. Either way, it’s going to be delicious.
So next time you’re in the mood for some cozy comfort food, give this chicken and corn chowder recipe a try. Get the recipe.
2) Baked Feta Soup
Looking for a cozy, comforting soup to make on a chilly fall day? This baked feta soup by Feel Good Foodie is the perfect solution.
Made with simple ingredients that you probably already have on hand, this soup comes together quickly and easily. Plus, it’s ultra-creamy and satisfying, without any heavy cream or dairy.
Simply bake some feta cheese with tomatoes, olive oil, and spices, then blend it into the vegetable broth to create a rich, flavorful soup.
Serve with some crusty bread for dipping and you’ve got a cozy meal that will warm you up from the inside out.
So go ahead and give this easy recipe a try the next time you’re in the mood for some homemade tomato soup. You won’t be disappointed! Get the recipe.
3) Beef and Noodles
One of the best things about winter is the comfort food. There’s nothing like a hearty bowl of beef and noodles to warm you up on a cold day.
This dish by The Pioneer Woman is packed with flavor, and the thick beef stew is perfect for soaking up all the juices from the noodles.
So if you’re looking for a comforting winter meal, look no further than this bowl of beef and noodles. It’s sure to hit the spot. Get the recipe.
4) Butternut Squash Soup With Bacon
Butternut squash soup is a creamy and flavorful soup that is perfect for fall. This soup recipe by Damn Delicious is made with butternut squash, bacon, onion, garlic, and chicken broth.
The soup is garnished with crumbled bacon and goat cheese. The soup is rich and hearty, and the bacon adds a smoky flavor that pairs well with the sweetness of the squash.
This soup is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party. Get the recipe.
5) Carrot Ginger Soup
This soup. I mean, just look at it! A beautiful orange color that screams of fall and Halloween and all things cozy.
And it’s not just pretty to look at, it’s packed with flavor too. Carrots, garlic, ginger, vegetable broth, apple cider vinegar, pesto…I could go on.
The best part is that it’s so easy to make. Just throw all the ingredients in a pot and let them simmer until they’re softened and the flavors have melded together.
You’ll have yourself a pot of creamy, dreamy soup in no time.
So go ahead and give this recipe by Love and Lemons a try. Your taste buds will thank you. Get the recipe.
6) Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
Chicken and wild rice soup is the perfect meal for a cold day.
The wild rice brings subtle floral and smoky flavors to the soup, while the tender pieces of roasted chicken provide delicious flavor.
Finished off with the richness of the cream, this soup by Food & Wine is sure to warm you up on a cold day. Get the recipe.
7) French Onion Soup
Classic French Onion Soup is a country dish that is as hearty as it is simple.
It is made with beef broth, onions, and croutons, and this version by Simply Recipes is topped with Gruyere and Parmesan cheese.
This soup is perfect for Sunday dinner on a crisp fall evening! The beef broth gives the soup a rich flavor, while the onions add sweetness and depth.
The croutons add a crunchy texture, and the Gruyere cheese rounds out the flavors with its earthy taste. This soup is sure to please everyone at the table! Get the recipe.
8) Crock Pot Potato Soup
While potatoes are often associated with heavy winter dishes, they can also make a delicious and comforting soup for cooler autumn days.
This slow-cooker potato soup by The Girl Who Ate Everything is packed with flavor and easy to prepare.
Simply start by placing frozen hash browned potatoes, chicken broth, cream of chicken soup, onions, and pepper in your slow cooker.
Let the soup cook on low for five to six hours, or until the potatoes are very tender. When it’s time to eat, ladle the soup into bowls and top it with shredded cheddar cheese, chopped chives, and sour cream.
For an extra bit of savory goodness, add some crumbled bacon on top. This hearty soup is sure to become a fall favorite. Get the recipe.
9) Creamy Ham and Potato Soup
This soup by Cafe Delites is the perfect comfort food for a cold winter day.
The potatoes and ham are hearty and filling, while the vegetables add a touch of sweetness and freshness.
The soup is also very easy to make. Simply simmer the potatoes, ham, and vegetables in chicken broth until they are tender.
This makes a great meal when served with a simple green salad and some crusty bread. Get the recipe.
10) Curried Butternut Squash Soup
Butternut squash soup is a wintertime staple in many households, myself included. There’s just something about its rich, creamy texture and sweet flavor that hits the spot on a cold day.
This particular recipe by Minimalist Baker has a bit of a twist, however. The addition of curry powder gives the soup a bit of warmth and depth of flavor, while the toppings of coconut milk, toasted pumpkin seeds, and chili garlic paste provide a bit of contrast in both texture and taste.
I personally love how the different elements come together to create a truly unique and satisfying dish.
Whether you’re vegan or not, I think you’ll find this soup to be an absolute delight.
So go ahead and give it a try – you won’t be disappointed! Get the recipe.
11) Easy Weeknight Chicken and Dumplings
Chicken and dumplings are the ultimate comfort food. This dish by the Novice Chef is warm, hearty, and satisfying – perfect for a cold night.
The best part is that it’s actually quite easy to make. The dumplings come together quickly and cook mostly on their own, while the chicken soup simmers away on the stove.
So if you’re looking for an easy weeknight meal that will fill you up and hit the spot, look no further than chicken and dumplings. Get the recipe.
12) French Onion Soup with Roasted Poblanos
A piping hot bowl of French onion soup is the perfect comfort food on a cold winter day.
This soup by For the Love of Cooking is made with a mountain of jammy onions, balsamic vinegar, and bay leaves. It has a gentle chicken broth base that allows the allium flavors to shine. Poblano chiles add a mild, vegetal heat and slightly charred flavor.
To ensure even caramelization, keep the onions in an even layer while they cook. Fall soup recipes that are sure to warm you up from the inside out! Get the recipe.
13) Guinness Beef Stew
Guinness Beef Stew is the perfect meal for a chilly fall day. The beef is hearty and filling, while the Guinness provides a rich, deep flavor.
The vegetables add a touch of sweetness, and the stew is also enhanced by the addition of dried thyme and Worcestershire sauce.
This dish by Gimme Some Oven is best served with a side of crusty bread, which allows you to soak up all of the delicious juices.
Whether you’re looking for a comforting weeknight meal or an impressive dish to serve at a dinner party, Guinness Beef Stew is sure to please. Get the recipe.
14) Ina Garten’s Creamy Tomato Bisque
Fall is the perfect time of year for cozy comfort food, and Ina Garten’s Creamy Tomato Bisque is the perfect dish to warm you up on a chilly evening.
This rich soup is made with crushed San Marzano tomatoes, cream, and a touch of spices, and it pairs perfectly with her Cheddar & Chutney Grilled Cheese Sandwiches.
Serve this hearty meal with a simple green salad for a complete and satisfying weeknight dinner that the whole family will love. Get the recipe.
15) Leek And Potato Soup
Leek and potato soup is classic comfort food this recipe by Once Upon a Chef can be easily adapted to your taste.
For a heartier soup, leave the potatoes in chunks and maybe add some chopped kale or chard. For a smoother soup, blend the potatoes until they are completely broken down into a puree.
The leeks add a delicate onion flavor, while the potatoes provide creaminess and body. Serve with a crusty baguette for mopping up every last drop. Get the recipe.
16) Turkey Soup
Turkey fall soup recipes are the perfect way to use up your holiday leftovers.
This cozy soup is packed with flavorful turkey, vegetables, and spices. It’s the perfect post-holiday lunch or dinner. Plus, it’s easy to make and can be made in advance.
So go ahead and give this turkey soup by Simply Recipes a try! You won’t be disappointed. Get the recipe.
17) Lemony Chicken & Orzo Soup
If you’re looking for quick and easy fall soup recipes, look no further than this Lemony Chicken & Orzo Soup recipe by Salt & Lavender.
Perfect for weeknights, this hearty soup is filled with a mix of veggies, chicken, and orzo. The best part about this recipe is that there’s a lot of room for improvisation.
So if you’re looking to add your own personal touch, feel free to do so. Fall soup recipes that are sure to hit the spot when you’re craving something homey and comfort food-esque.
So the next time you’re in the mood for fall soup recipes, give this Lemony Chicken & Orzo Soup a try. Get the recipe.
18) Pasta Fagioli
There’s nothing quite like a warm bowl of soup on a chilly fall evening, and pasta Fagioli is the perfect option for when you’re craving something hearty and flavorful.
This Pasta Fagioli by Cooking Classy is packed with vegetables and beans, making it a filling and satisfying meal.
And the best part is that it’s easy to make! Simply sauté some onions and garlic, then add in your favorite vegetables and cook until tender. Add in some canned tomatoes, broth, and beans, and let the soup simmer until everything is cooked through.
Season with salt and pepper to taste, then ladle into bowls and enjoy. Pasta Fagioli is one of the best fall soup recipes for cozy fall nights! Get the recipe.
19) Pesto Rice & Bean Soup
Beans, cheese, and pesto are a trifecta of deliciousness that can be easily made into a meal with the addition of some chicken broth (or vegetable broth, if you’re making this dish vegetarian).
This dish by the Food Network is also very flexible – If you can’t find cannellini beans at your local grocer, you can use any type of canned bean you like, or even make your own beans if you’re feeling ambitious.
The best part about this dish is that it can be easily tailored to your own personal taste.
So go ahead and experiment until you find the perfect combination for you! Get the recipe.
20) Pumpkin Soup
As the leaves begin to turn and the temperatures start to drop, thoughts turn to comfort food.
One of the most popular comfort foods during the fall months is pumpkin soup. This hearty soup recipe by Cookie and Kate is packed with flavor, and it’s easy to make using just a few simple ingredients.
For added visual appeal, you can even serve the soup in the pumpkin itself. Simply remove the top of the pumpkin and scoop out the seeds.
Then, fill the pumpkin with this amazing pumpkin soup. Set the pumpkin on a bed of autumn leaves and serve.
Your guests will be impressed by your creativity, and they’ll love the taste of this seasonal favorite. Get the recipe.
21) Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
Another great recipe by Cookie and Kate, this Roasted Butternut Squash Soup is the perfect dish for leaves falling and the chilly autumn breeze.
The soup is made with roasted butternut squash, garlic, nutmeg, and a hint of maple syrup. I love fall soup recipes that are hearty and filling, but also light and flavorful.
The butternut squash and maple syrup give fall soup recipes a natural sweetness, while the ginger and garlic add a bit of spice.
The ground nutmeg brings all the flavors together and makes the soup taste like autumn in a bowl.
So if you’re looking for a cozy dish to warm you up on a cold day, look no further than Roasted Butternut Squash Soup. Get the recipe.
22) Rotisserie Chicken and Potato Chowder
Looking for hearty fall soup recipes to keep your family full? This Rotisserie Chicken and Potato Chowder by Food Lion is sure to do the trick!
Packed with flavorful rotisserie chicken, creamy potatoes, and a variety of veggies, this soup is both satisfying and delicious.
Plus, it’s easy to make and can be on the table in just under an hour from start to finish.
So next time you’re looking for a comforting meal the whole family will love, give this chowder a try – you won’t be disappointed! Get the recipe.
23) Crock Pot Chili
This recipe for slow-cooker chili by Cooking Classy is the perfect way to feed a crowd on game night.
It’s easy to make and can be left to cook while you enjoy the big game. The chili is packed with flavor, and the addition of beans and ground beef makes it a hearty meal.
Best of all, this recipe can be easily doubled or tripled to feed a larger crowd.
So if you’re looking for a delicious and hassle-free way to feed your friends and family on game night, look no further than this slow-cooker chili recipe. Get the recipe.
24) Chicken Spinach Tortellini Soup
This time of year, there’s nothing more comforting than a bowl of hearty soup.
Chicken Spinach Tortellini Soup is the perfect blend of healthy and flavorful, and it comes together in just 30 minutes.
Using shredded cooked chicken saves time and adds depth of flavor, while the spinach and tortellini give fall soup recipes like this one a boost of nutrients.
Whether you’re looking for an easy weeknight meal or a dish to warm you up on a chilly day, this soup by Fifteen Spatulas is sure to hit the spot. Get the recipe.
25) Split Pea Soup with Ham
Split pea fall soup recipes are a wintertime staple in my house. My kids love it because it’s warm and creamy, and I love it because it’s easy to make.
I usually make a big batch on the weekend and we eat it throughout the week.
This recipe by Once Upon a Chef is my go-to because it’s simple and delicious. The secret ingredient is the smoked ham, which adds a depth of flavor that really elevates the soup.
I prefer to use leftover ham, but you can easily substitute a ham steak as the recipe suggests. Just make sure to chop it into bite-sized pieces so that it’s easy to eat.
Fall soup recipes like this one are always a hit in my house, and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do! Get the recipe.
26) Taco Soup
If you’re in the mood for something warm and comforting, why not try taco fall soup recipes? It’s a delicious twist on taco Tuesday, and it’s sure to please the whole family.
This soup is packed with all of your favorite taco ingredients, including ground beef, tomatoes, onions, and peppers. Plus, it’s easy to make and can be on the table in just 30 minutes.
And if you’re looking for an extra-cozy meal, serve it with skillet cornbread or tortillas for dipping. Delicious and easy? Count us in! Get the recipe.
27) Turkey Carcass Soup
Turkey Carcass fall soup recipes are the perfect remedy for overeating on Thanksgiving Day.
This simple and delicious soup by the Kitchen Magpie is made with a turkey carcass, so be sure to save yours after the big meal.
If the carcass isn’t picked clean, that’s okay – just slice off as much turkey as you can and let the rest simmer in the soup.
After making fall soup recipes like this one, I think you’ll agree that Thanksgiving Day leftovers never tasted so good! Get the recipe.
28) Ultimate Chicken Noodle Soup
This list wouldn’t be complete without one of my favorite fall soup recipes of all time, chicken noodle soup! This classic soup is simple to make and only requires a few ingredients.
All you need to do is toss all the ingredients into your Dutch oven and you can have chicken noodle soup ready in just a little over an hour.
The best part about this soup by the Daring Gourmet is that it is so versatile. I’d recommend following the recipe the first few times but then you can try adding any vegetables or noodles that you like and make it your own.
I also love to add a little bit of hot sauce to my chicken noodle soup to give it a little bit of a kick. No matter how you make it, chicken noodle fall soup recipes are always delicious. Get the recipe.
29) Vegetarian Chili with Grains and Beans
This hearty vegetarian chili is the ultimate fall meal.
It’s prepared in the slower cooker and is as filling as its meatier mainstay because of its hearty helping of high-protein wheat berries and kidney beans. What more could you want?
The key to this dish is in the spices; a perfect blend of chili powder and cumin. Top it off with some shredded cheese and diced avocado, and you’ve got a meal that will satisfy even the most ardent carnivore.
So go ahead and give this vegetarian chili a try – you might just be surprised at how delicious meatless meals can be. Get the recipe.
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