Hello everyone ♥ It's almost Thanksgiving and all I can think of is food. Just comforting, homemade, scrumptious food, and particularly heart warming fall soup recipes.
I know we all live life at 100 mph but this holiday season we should make sure to find time to cook a hot soup to warm our hearts. Let it keep us warm and happy while enjoying a nice dinner with our families and be thankful for yet another year we get to spend with our loved ones.
And if you're wondering what kind of soups you could make this season, we're sharing our favorite fall soup recipes:
#1 30 Minute Sweet Potato Soup by Whitney Bond.com
Whitney Bond is the Bond Girl of cooking! If you haven't tried any of her recipes yet I recommend you start this fall with this awesome vegetarian sweet potato soup recipe with rosemary roasted sweet potatoes, vegetable broth & a hint of cream. Try it and I promise you'll love it.
#2 Creamy Chicken & Mushroom Soup by Delicious Meets Healthy
This deliciousness is made in about 30 minutes from start to finish. How can you resist it?
#3 Fall Vegetable Soup by Williams-Sonoma
"Hearty beans, leafy greens and brightly colored vegetables are all combined in this satisfying soup, which makes a warming dinner on a fall evening." We couldn't have said it better!
#4 Slow Cooker Broccoli and Cheese Soup by Well Plated
You know, I don't really like broccoli but everyone keeps telling how amazing it is in soup so I may need to give broccoli a chance one of these days. Plus, I love slow cooker anything since, you know, it's food that cook itself while I can focus on other things.
#5 Chicken Pot Pie Soup by Gimme Some Oven
Did you know the Chicken Pot Pie originated from Greece? Mind blown! I always thought it was the Brits. Oh well, this is a soup for everyone!
#6 Mexican Street Corn Soup by Striped Spatula
"With Cotija cheese, cilantro, sour cream, and lime, Mexican Street Corn Soup is a fun and full-flavored way to serve sweet summer corn". I am a corn fanatic - I love the sweet, butter taste of corn so this is next on my soups-to-make list (yes, I have one because I have a list for everything and it's perfectly sane).