We have included a wide variety of seasonal soups. There is at least one vegetarian option every month, although many soups can be easily made without meat or meat-based broth. Any Instant Pot or slowcooker recipe can also be made on the stove, just increase the cooking time and adjust the amount of water or broth accordingly.
If you have any favorite seasonal soups, please feel free to send them in. Not only will the recipe be entered in our Recipe contest, it also may be picked as our weekly soup recipe.
Salsa verde and green chiles give this delicious chicken chili it's heat. It's a wonderful alternative to tomato based chili. Top it with avocado and a bit of cheese for an easy weeknight meal.
This vegan soup contains hearty vegetables and warm spices that add a North African flavor. It's perfect for a cold and rainy fall evening and leftovers are even better.
The Amish are no strangers to frugality and this thick soup is no exception. It contains all sorts of pantry staples, including barley and lots of veggies.
If you are left with a lot of ripe tomatoes from your garden this fall, use them to make this delicious tomato soup. The vegetables are roasted in the oven to add a deep flavor to this classic comfort food.
Fall is fast approaching and that means it is time for hearty soups. This creamy soup is the perfect bridge betwen summer and fall. It contains mint and lemon to brighten the broccoli flavor.
If soup doesn't seem like a good summertime option, consider chilled soups. This spinach soup is served cold and is perfect for a hot summer evening.
Give black beans a Cuban flair with this savory soup. Top it with sour cream and some shredded cheese for a easy weeknight dinner.
Whey gives this hearty vegetable soup a sour tang. It's a great way to use up whey drained from yogurt or cheesemaking.
This creamy chicken and coconut soup is an American version of the Thai soup, Tom Kha Gai. It substitutes easy to find ingredients, such as ginger and lime to approximate the flavors of kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass and galangal in the traditional soup.
Broccoli and cheese are a natural pairing and are combined with aromatic veggies, chicken broth and pasta noodles. Try making this hearty nutritious soup for your mac and cheese loving kids, it's sure to be a crowd favorite.
Sausage stew is a favorite of the staff of ThriftyFun. It is a family recipe created by our Mama and the founder of ThriftyFun.
Asparagus season is just about over, although we can find these green spears year round in most areas. This creamy vegetarian and dairy free soup uses an immersion blender to puree the asparagus. Great for lunch or as a starter for an elegant dinner.
Zuppa toscana is an Italian soup made with kale, sausage, potatoes and cream. The Olive Garden made this soup popular across the U.S.
Carrots and ginger go together perfectly in this creamy blended soup recipe. This would be a delicious first course for Easter dinner.
This recipe combines ginger, garlic, tomatoes and peanuts for a rich and hearty soup. Add ground turkey and chicken broth to make this vegetarian recipe appealing to the carnivores in your life.
This week's recipe makes a wonderful base for any soup but is also delicious when sipped from a mug. Bone broth is easy to make at home with all sorts of leftover bones from chicken, beef, pork or lamb.
Get all the flavors of a fully loaded baked potato in this satisfying soup. It's perfect to come home to after a cold and rainy spring day.
This week's soup uses leftover pork roast or Chinese takeout combined with noodles and veggies for a quick weeknight meal. If you have chicken or beef leftover instead, that would also be delicious.
Combine leeks and fennel for this silky blended soup. It's perfect for late winter/spring and can be easily made vegetarian by substituting the bouillon for a veggie broth.
This week's soup is a hearty beef stew made in the Instant Pot. It would be just as good made in a Dutch oven, stockpot or slow cooker. This is a perfect meal to serve for St. Patrick's Day.
This week's soup stars lentils and spices for a hearty bean and vegetable soup. Although this version is basically vegetarian, ground beef, turkey or sausage would be a wonderful addition for the meat lovers in your family.
This week's soup can be customized based on what is in your pantry, produce drawer and freezer. Pretty much any combination of vegetables and spices can be used for this basic but hearty crockpot soup.
Bring a taste of the beach to your home with this delicious clam chowder. It's perfect for a cold rainy day. Serve with little oyster crackers or put the soup in a round bread bowl.
This week's classic tomato soup is made with a blender, a large can of tomatoes and some basic veggies. It's hearty and warming on a cold winter's day. Serve it topped with basil, shredded cheese or with cute cutout grilled cheese hearts for Valentine's Day.
This week's recipe is perfect for a snowy afternoon. Italian Wedding soup can be made with a variety of ingredients but usually has a base of meatballs, pasta and escarole, a bitter leafy green. If you can't find escarole, try substituting with kale, spinach or another bitter green.
The Super Bowl is quickly approaching and homemade chili is the perfect meal to serve for the occasion. Packed with beans, ground beef, and tomatoes, this week's soup is easy to make with some basic pantry staples, but is hearty enough to satisfy everyone.