20 Cozy Soups to Make This Fall
20 cozy soups to make this fall – a delicious collection of hearty and cozy soup recipes to warm up the season!
Are you a soup lover like me? I would choose soup for dinner over almost every other food. I can’t get enough of it! There are so many different varieties and flavors, from light and healthy to thick and hearty. I love that a warm bowl of soup can cozy up a cold night, in the best way. Pair it with some delicious hot bread, and I am sold! We eat soup at least once a week, year round, but during the colder months we increase it to several times a week. I’m sharing 20 cozy soups with you, to give you some inspiration for planning your menus this fall. They’re all unique, but each is totally delicious!
This taco soup is so easy to make, and my kids love it! It mostly uses cans from the pantry, so it’s a great meal for when you’re low on groceries. We love it with shredded cheese, sour cream, and tortilla strips on top. Yum!
I make this Guinness beef stew almost every year for St. Patrick’s Day, and it is always a hit. It’s the perfect hearty stew for a cold winter day! I love that it’s so rich and flavorful, and it tastes even better with a dollop of sour cream on top.
Slow Cooker Tomato Basil Parmesan Soup
This tomato basil parmesan soup is one of the soups I make most frequently. I like to double the recipe and freeze the leftovers for another day. It’s great with crusty bread on the side and/or grilled cheese. I make this every year for Halloween night, and it’s the perfect warm and cozy soup to enjoy after trick or treating!
This cauliflower soup is so flavorful and tasty! Don’t be turned off if you’re not the hugest cauliflower fan. It really tastes more like a creamy potato soup, and the cauliflower flavor is very mild. My husband hates cauliflower, but he loves this soup!
This bacon and corn chowder is simple and delicious! I like to make it with fresh corn from the farmers market (although you can easily use frozen or canned corn instead), and it’s so flavorful and hearty.
This zuppa toscana is just as delicious as the Olive Garden version, but even better because you can make it at home! It’s pretty rich, but it’s incredibly flavorful and has such a delicious combination of ingredients.
Like the zuppa toscana above, this sausage and tortellini soup has so many complementary flavors that work well together to make a delicious soup. My kids love it!
I got this cheesy vegetable chowder recipe from my best friend Cort, and it is a total winner! It’s meatless, but still hearty and filling. The recipe makes a lot, so it’s perfect for dinner with friends!
I’m not always a big fan of curry, but I loooooooove this coconut curry soup. It has so much rich flavor, and it’s delicious served over rice. My picky kids love this too!
Living near the coast as we do, we eat a LOT of clam chowder, and this homemade bacon clam chowder is one of our favorites! It’s so rich and creamy, and I love the flavor that the bacon and clams add. We love to eat it with these cheddar biscuits!
Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup
This is definitely the soup I make most frequently, and I am addicted to it! It tastes a lot like the chicken tortilla soup from Cafe Rio or Costa Vida, and I love it topped with shredded cheese, sour cream, and tortilla strips.
This corn chowder is rich and creamy, and the bacon makes it extra delicious! I stock up on sweet corn from a local farm every fall, and freeze it to make batches of this soup all winter.
This chicken enchilada soup tastes just like the Chili’s version! I don’t usually cook with processed cheese, but I cannot resist a bowl of this flavorful and savory soup!
Cheesy Sausage and Potato Chowder
This sausage and potato chowder is so simple, and so delicious! It’s similar to the zuppa toscana above, but without the kale or spinach.
This baked potato soup has all of the flavors I love in a baked potato, but in soup form. Load it up with cheese, bacon, and green onions, and it’s a bowl of deliciousness!
This chicken fajita soup is so flavorful! I’m not always a big fan of rice in soup, but I totally love it in this soup. It has a fantastic combination of flavors!
This pork verde chili is made with tender chunks of pork, beans, green chilies, and is flavored with green enchilada sauce. It’s a fun twist on a classic chili recipe.
This broccoli cheddar soup is a Panera-copycat recipe, and it’s every bit as delicious as the original! It’s creamy and cheesy, and the broccoli and carrots are tender and delicious. It’s also really quick to make, so it’s perfect for a busy night!
This pasta e fagioli soup is full of so many delicious flavors and textures! It actually freezes really well, so it’s great to make a batch and freeze the leftovers for later. (If you’re going to freeze it, I would suggest freezing the pasta separately, or cooking a batch of pasta and then throwing it into the soup when you reheat it.) It’s especially delicious with breadsticks on the side!
This split pea and bacon soup is a classic, and for good reason! I don’t always love the way it makes my house smell, but it tastes absolutely delicious!