When the leaves start changing, the air turns crisp, and summer is long behind us, I start making fall soup recipes. Soup is one of my favorite meals for so many reasons, one of which is the ease that I can get dinner on the table. Comfort food to me is soup.
Soup is a favorite of our readers as well and you might love our chicken noodle soup recipe.
Fall Soup Recipes
We send soup to school every week (on Wednesday, for some reason) and I love that it’s fall and time for more fall soup recipes. I’m always on the lookout for easy fall soup recipes to beak up the routine and these soups fit the bill.
We pulled a list of all types of soups and chowders. Everything from vegetable soups, to beef stew. These are all winners.
Here’s a roundup of 10 great fall soup recipes to try! And, we just posted our amazing corn chowder recipe which is great any time of year!
Like Mother Like Daughter – Autumn Soup — I love the name of this soup – it says just what it is: fall flavors in a bowl. It combines traditional fall flavors of butternut squash, pumpkin, apples, and sage. This soup recipe even looks like fall with its golden color.
Best Ever Beef Stew
Love Bakes Good Cakes – Best Ever Beef Stew — Beef stew is always a favorite in the fall. This one claims to be the best and it certainly looks like it is. This hearty soup is full of flavor and big chunks of meat and potatoes. It’s sure to fill you up.
Chicken and Wild Rice Mushroom Soup
Simply Stacie – Chicken and Wild Rice Mushroom Soup — I love a good mushroom soup and this recipe looks amazing! Filled with rice and beautiful mushrooms, chicken, it’s a very hearty soup. This mushroom soup is full of fresh mushrooms and looks so good!
Split Pea Soup
Five Heart Home – Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup — I love how this split pea soup doesn’t look as green as most versions (I think my kids will eat this one!) And it uses other veggies to make it a more hearty soup. Plus, it’s crock pot friendly which can be such a time saver for busy moms.
Cheesy Potato Soup
The Gracious Wife – Cheesy Potato Soup — there’s nothing like potato soup to say comfort food and this version with cheese really hits the spot. We’re partial to our family favorite cheesy corn chowder, but this version looks like a good alternate.
Butternut Squash Soup
Fav Family Recipes – Creamy Butternut Squash Soup — a classic fall soup recipe, this butternut squash soup is both sweet and savory. The bit of ginger in the recipe gives this recipe the perfect fall flavor.
Broccoli Cheese Soup
Little Spice Jar – Creamy Broccoli Cheese Soup — years ago my husband and I would go to a restaurant and always get their broccoli cheese soup. There were other soups, but we couldn’t resist the cheese and broccoli combo. This creamy version takes only 30 minutes to make start to finish!
Belle of the Kitchen – Brunswick Stew — is a classic southern dish filled with smoked pork, vegetables, and barbecue broth. It’s kind of like having a BBQ in a bowl.
Roasted Vegetable Soup
Cook Nourish Bliss – Roasted Vegetable Soup with Couscous — this vegetable soup has couscous in it for extra texture. And, by roasting the vegetables it brings out the flavor and adds so much to this soup.
Sweet Potato Soup
Vegan Yack Attack – Smoky Sweet Potato Soup with Jalapeno Cornbread – This soup packs a punch with sweet potatoes, carrots, and onions, all topped with a spicy jalapeno cornbread.
Loaded potato soup. This soup is comfort food at it’s best. Creamy and filling, it’s loaded with potatoes and cheddar cheese to make it extra creamy.
- Make soups ahead of when you’ll eat them. Most soups stand up well to being reheated.
- Use a crock pot or Instant Pot to make soup recipes. Here’s our favorite Instant Pot soup recipe
- Double the recipe and freeze half. We freeze individual servings in small mason jars. They can be taken out the night before to thaw, then just heat up for lunch.
All of these fall soup recipes look absolutely amazing!! Let me know if you make one!
Can You Freeze Soup?
Soup freezes great so it’s a winner when it comes to planning ahead. So, make a double batch of one of these soups and have an easy dinner night, and lunch tomorrow! I make soups on the weekend and separate them into small mason jars with lids. Then I freeze the jars.
During the week, I take out one serving each and place it on the kitchen counter to thaw overnight. The next morning I heat it in the microwave and serve in my children’s lunch boxes.