16 Super Soup Recipes

16 Super Soup Recipes

Soup is always a Fall favorite, whether it's made on the stove top or in a crockpot. Enjoy these 16 super soup recipes with friends and family - or just save it all for yourself! You will find everything from global recipes to down-home American favorites; whether they are rich or healthy, they are here!

Dan's Beer and Cheese Soup: No, that's not a typo. It is a soup that consists of beer and cheese, among other things. It's a Wisconsin-born soup that's permeated the entire Midwest. The inventor must've gotten sick and tired of carrying a plate of cheese AND a can of beer. You know, serious problems. Anyway, here's my variant on this hearty, hearty soup.

BLT Soup: If you like the sandwich, you'll love this bread soup with bacon and tomato.

America's Best Baked Potato Soup: This award-winner won't let you down!

Brie Soup:
This 'fancy' soup with white wine and creamy Brie makes for an impressive first course.

Miso Soup with Tofu and Kale: This standard Japanese soup is easy to prepare and very good for your health!

Sweet Potato Soup:
Warm, creamy and fully satisfying. Substitute fat-free evaporated milk to lessen calories and make it in the slow cooker!

Cream of Roasted Walnut Soup: This beautiful velvety and nutty soup is wonderful by itself or served with a grilled salmon steak with herb salad. It's a perfect holiday appetizer, too!

Alphabet Soup: Remember this fun soup? Kids just love it! It's healthy, too.

Stroganoff Soup: This isn't a "set it and forget it" kind of crockpot dish, but it's still quite easy, reliably delicious and filling to boot.

Beer Cheese Soup: Beer and cheese...need we say more?

New England Clam Chowder: Enjoy as a meal or as a starter.

Italian Lentil and Pasta Soup: This vegetarian soup is hearty enough for a warm and comforting meal!

Tom Yum Kung:
Yum, yum, yum! This is a Thai soup made with prawns, lemongrass, lime, and more delicious traditional ingredients.

Taco Soup: This soup tastes just like you are eating a taco - minus the shell, of course. This is very simple to make and the time it needs to blend all the flavors together is well worth the wait!

Savory Split Pea Soup with Kielbasa: This variety has always been a favorite. This is a little different than the traditional pea soup made with ham. Serve with fresh baked bread and butter.

Blue Cheese and Cauliflower Soup: Feel free to substitute the cauliflower for broccoli. The results are terrific either way!

Creamy Tomato Basil Soup: Delicious! The V8 gives you a dose of extra vitamins, too.


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