Delicious Soup Recipes For Fall

By Kelley Boymer
20 Sep 2022
Vegetarian Chicken Noodle Soup | Delicious Soup Recipes For Fall

It’s soup season! As cool, cozy fall weather approaches the cravings for warm feel good meals start to kick in. Hearty soups are one of my favorite things to cook during the fall. Soups are great meals because like a casserole everything is in one pot leaving less clean up and often easier to whip up. It’s such a well rounded meal too with vegetables, broth, grains and sometimes meat.

As the weather cools down and you’re craving some cozy deliciousness, save this post for some of the best soup recipes for fall so you can spend less time browsing and more time enjoying a yummy meal.

Delicious Soup Recipes For Fall

Butternut Squash Soup from Love & Lemons

It’s squash season and this Butternut Squash Soup from Love & Lemons is just what you need to cozy up on the couch with on a cool, rainy Autumn day. This recipe is delicious because it’s naturally creamy and thick due to that lovely squash consistency while also sticking to healthy ingredients that won’t make you feel bogged down or sluggish. Pair with a delicious crusty bread like this Rosemary Focaccia Bread.

For more soups from Love & Lemons check out her post 33 Best Soup Recipes.

Easy Chicken Tortilla Soup from Minimalist Baker

This Easy Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe from Minimalist Baker looks like a perfect insta pot meal that you can whip up in a jiffy! This recipe is a twist on “sopa Azteca” or traditional Tortilla Soup with delicious herbs and spices, chicken, beans, broth, kale, adobo sauce and chipotle peppers. Try serving with the Chickpea Chopped Kale Salad.

Creamy Corn Chowder from Wit & Delight

For those of us who are still holding on to summer, this Creamy Corn Chowder recipe from Wit & Delight is the perfect ease into fall. This soup packs all the creamy, cheesy goodness to make you feel that comfort food goodness along with bacon, onion, zucchini and corn.

Coconut Sweet Potato Lentil Soup with Rice

If you want equal parts healthy and comforting, this Coconut Sweet Potato Lentil Soup with Rice from Half Baked Harvest looks delicious! With everything from curry, ginger, sweet potato, red lentils, spinach, rice and coconut milk this is full of yumminess! Tiegan recommends it with her Homemade Naan.

Spicy Chicken Ramen

This spicy chicken ramen recipe from Jess is a fan favorite. Make it for lunch or dinner it’s the ultimate comfort food for cool fall days. With the perfect amount of spice and saltiness it’s flavorful and delicious, and so easy to make! Jess also included instructions for making it in the Instant Pot if you have one!

Vegetarian “Chicken” Noodle Soup

If you’re craving chicken noodle soup but want to skip the chicken this vegetarian recipe from Jess is a delicious option. Filled with yummy vegetables and roasted potatoes it’s a hearty soup that’s so yummy for lunch, dinners or leftovers. If you’re looking for a cozy meal this will warm you right up!

Tuscan White Bean Soup from The Healthy Maven

This Tuscan White Bean Soup from the Healthy Maven looks like a perfect addition to our fall/winter soup repertoire. I think it will soon become a staple in our house. Chock full of healthy and delicious vegetables, herbs and spices, white beans, vegetable stock and red wine vinegar you can’t go wrong! You can serve with grilled chicken for more protein and Tuscan Bread or a panzanella salad. This soup is also easy to freeze and save for a rainy day!

More soups from The Healthy Maven here!

What are your favorite soup recipes for fall? Let us know in the comments!

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3 Comments

  1. Jessica Camerata wrote:

    My fridge is currently broken so I think making a big batch of soup to freeze is on deck for today. These all sound so good!

    xo Jessica
    an indigo day

    9.21.22 | Reply
    • Oh no! Sorry about your fridge. Yay to frozen soup for the future though! You will thank yourself later 🙂

      9.26.22 | Reply
  2. Sam wrote:

    Love these, it is TOTALLY soup season. I wanted to bring some awareness to Half Baked Harvest’s clear eating disorder, and think it might be worth reconsidering sharing her recipes in the future should they be triggering to readers.

    Context: https://www.reddit.com/r/Foodie/comments/gpq4yq/half_baked_harvest_eating_disorder/

    9.21.22 | Reply

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