January 6, 2016

Soup Recipe Roundup

Soup is the ultimate comfort food in my opinion, and it's a great way to stretch your grocery budget. There's such a wide variety of soup recipes too. You could make a different kind every week during the winter and never have to repeat one unless you want to.

For the past couple of years I've featured a different soup recipe each week during January, the perfect month for soup. I hope you'll find a few gems in this list, and perhaps you'll even find a new family favorite. My husband isn't a big soup eater but he loves the broccoli and cheddar soup; I highly recommend it.

Easy Crockpot Potato Soup
Roasted Tomato Soup
Tortilla Soup
White Bean Tortellini Soup
Beef Barley Soup
Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
Ham and Bean Soup
Chicken and Mushroom Soup
Broccoli and Cheddar Soup
French Onion Soup
Albondigas Soup
Beef Stock
How to Pressure Can Chicken Broth
What to Do With Your Thanksgiving Turkey Carcass (Turkey Stock)
What to Do With Your Christmas Ham Bone

Do you know a soup lover? Please share this collection of soup recipes with them. You can click the buttons at the bottom of this post to share on social media too.

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  1. Perfect post for January! After a month of unseasonably warm weather we have finally hit the cold winter temps here. I'm ready for some cozy soups!

  2. Same here, Jamie, it's definitely soup weather now. I hope you find a new favorite in this collection.

  3. I love broccoli soup too, although I have to admit my hands down favorite is a spicy chicken chowder that I make quite often, and leftovers are often "fought" over, lol! I don't know that I've ever posted the recipe on my blog, but maybe I should...enjoyed your post about soups, and I agree, January is indeed the season for great soups! :)

  4. Yum, that spicy chicken chowder sounds delicious!

  5. I love soup in the winter! I could eat it every night! Would love to have you come share on the What's for Dinner linky party!


  6. Thank you - I'll head on over and do that!

  7. I think you have all tastes covered here with some delicious soup recipes. I love your website header and it must be beautiful where you live. Thanks for sharing with us at #Overthemoon

  8. What a great round up! Thank you for sharing it on the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth! :)

  9. Thank you, Sue. I'm glad you stopped by and I hope to see you again!

  10. Hi Jes! Thank you, they are finally all in one place. :-)

  11. Thanks for adding this to Simply Natural Saturdays! This is my featured post this week. Hope to see you again soon!

    1. Thank you, Heather!

    2. Thank you, Heather!

  12. You must have read my mind...not only a soup round up, but you put two of my favorite soups that I want to learn to make in the round up. Hot diggety dog! Thank you!

    1. Regina, I'm glad you enjoyed it. Which two are your favorites?

    2. Regina, I'm glad you enjoyed it. Which two are your favorites?

  13. I'll be sharing this post around, Kathi. You've got a wonderful collection of soup recipes here, perfect for the cooler weather. We are expecting some snow here so I think I'll be giving a couple of them a try soon - especially the Beef and Barley Soup! Thank you for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Hop.

  14. That sounds like perfect soup weather, April. Thank you for sharing. Enjoy!


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