Whew, it got so cold this past week! I love it. 🙂 My husband and I love when soup season rolls around. To be honest, we are a fan of soup anytime of year, but it’s definitely cozier in the Fall. Today, I want to share four Fall soups that you should try!
There are three soups we rotate through each Fall season, plus one that we use year round. They all have something in common, and that is they are ‘old’ Rachael Ray soups. I used to subscribe to her magazine a long time ago. I still have my old copies, and they are marked up with our favorite recipes. There was a particular issue in 2007 that had so many recipes we loved, it’s full of post-it notes.
Stuffed Cabbage Stoup – This one is so filling. I didn’t think much of a cabbage-filled soup until I tried this. I tried this on a whim when we had a head of cabbage to use up, and it was delicious. I make this once or twice during the cold seasons.
Chili – This is such an easy recipe. I take a pound of browned meat, a can of tomato sauce, a can of diced tomatoes for chili, 2 tablespoons of tomato paste, two cans of beans (one of black beans, one of light kidney beans), and a sprinkling of chili powder, garlic powder, onion powder, and s&p. I love that I can do this on the fly, when I’m short on time. I throw it all in the crockpot on low for 4-6 hours, stirring occasionally.
Harvest Creamy Corn Choup – This is one of our favorite soups. It’s definitely mine! I leave out the zucchini, because it doesn’t really add much to the soup. And I don’t add the popcorn at the end, either. I love have this with oyster crackers. For me, this is the ultimate comfort soup.
Double Chicken Dumplin Stoup – This fall soup is my husband’s favorite. We had this last week, and it was so good. I have to admit, it’s not the most appealing soup, because there are peas. And floating peas in soup just don’t look entirely appetizing. But! It’s a wonderful soup. The combination of the meatballs, gnochhi and peas is so delicious.
I hope you enjoy these fall soups to try! You can find more fall content here.