Our first recipe of the year is a classic for cold and flu season. If your family is suffering from delicate stomachs, sinus congestion or scratchy throats, this soothing soup is sure to be appreciated.
This week's soup is a delicious combination of Asian flavors. Using bean sprouts instead of noodles makes this soup low carb and friendly to most diets. Feel free to add chopped mint, basil or cilantro to balance the spicy sriracha or chili paste.
Potato and leek soup is popular in many European countries, especially during the winter. This creamy soup can be topped with chives, sour cream, or even bacon.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
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 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.
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.