eight fall soup recipes


Last fall I went a little soup crazy and made soup constantly.  Since fall is on it's way I thought I'd share some of my favorites from last year.  There's nothing better than curling up with a book (or a blog) wearing a cozy, chunky sweater, and slurping up a hot bowl of soup with a slice of crusty bread.  I love how easy soup is, too.  Just throw things in a pot and let them simmer for a while. Voila, soup. 

Everything Soup (above).  One of those soups where you just find random things in your fridge/pantry and throw them in a pot.  So good.


Chunky Pumpkin Soup. Perfect for pumpkin season!  A fall flavor explosion.  

White Chicken Chili.  Chili counts as soup, right?  I'd say it falls in the soup category, at least.  This one is one of my favorite.  It's a lot less chili-y than your usual chili.  I love chicken in a chili instead of ground beef, too. 


Tomato Basil Parmesan Soup.  I love me some tomato soup, and I also love me some parmesan cheese, so the marriage of the two was perfection in my mouth.  Plus, the creamy texture is delicious.

Chicken Taco Chili.  A very hearty chili.  I served this to my dad, uncle, cousins and brothers when they came to help side our house.  The menfolk approved.

Corn Chowder.  I made this at least two or three times last year.  So easy, and with the bacon on top, it's irresistible.  MOR BACON PLZ.

Sweet Potato Soup.  Another fall favorite flavor.  I love sweet potatoes, and this soup was so yummy.

Vegetarian Chili.  A nice alternative to your regular meaty chili.  And a good way to get rid of excess cans of beans in your pantry.  Don't forget the cornbread.  I live for it, mmmmm.