Making soup will fill your kitchen full of aromatic flavors.
With only a few ingredients, you can make soup in about half an hour, and have tons of leftovers.
You can serve soup with crusty breads like French bread, or cheddar scones that you can dip into your delicious soup flavors.
Broccoli and Cheese Soup
Broccoli and cheese soup is a cold evening favorite soup!
You can even serve it in a bread bowl if you like. As you eat the soup, you can rip parts of the bread off and eat them!
Broccoli and cheese soup is made by chopping broccoli up into bite sized pieces. The broccoli, carrots, and onions are cooked into a soup base.
The milk and cheddar cheese is added after the vegetables are cooked through to thicken up the soup and make it creamy.
Broccoli and cheddar soup can also be served with cheddar cheese scones that can be dipped into the soup.
Thai Red Curry Soup
Thai red curry soup is filled with vegetables, noodles, and has a coconut milk base.
Thai red curry soup is one of the most satisfying and flavorful soups you can make!
Thai red curry soup is made by cooking onions and peppers with oil olive and garlic for a fragrant start to the soup.
Thai red curry soup is made with red curry paste, ginger, chicken broth, and coconut milk which creates the soup base.
Rice noodles are added towards the end of the cooking process to thicken up this chunky soup.
You also have the option of adding chicken into the soup, but it’s better without the chicken.
Butternut Squash Soup
Butternut squash soup is made by cooking diced butternut squash in a pot with the other vegetables and herbs.
After the soup has simmered, and the flavors have come out, the soup is pureed which creates a deliciously smooth soup to enjoy.
Tortellini soup is made by cooking hot Italian sausage with some onions and garlic to create the flavor for the soup base.
Herbs, chicken broth, and heavy cream are added to the pot to create the creamy soup base of the chunky soup.
Let the soup simmer and thicken. Add kale and tortellini and let it simmer until the pasta is fully cooked.
Serve tortellini soup with a bit of French bread for dipping into the soup.
Pumpkin soup is made by adding pumpkin puree to a soup base.
The vegetables of pumpkin soup are cooked into the soup base, and then the whole soup is pureed to create a vegetable packed smooth soup.
Pumpkin soup has coconut milk as a thickener, therefore this soup is quite filling and satisfying.
White Tuscan Bean Soup
White Tuscan bean soup is made with the addition of white wine to make up the soup base.
White wine adds an aroma of intense flavor to soup, that you will love!
White Tuscan bean soup is made with cannellini beans, carrots, celery and onions to make this soup extra chunky.
The vegetables are cooked into the soup base, along with a bit of tomato paste and herbs, creating the Tuscan flavor.
Kale is added at the end of cooking the soup. Add a squeeze of lemon juice and it’s ready to serve.
Make sure to taste test your soup, you may need to add more salt and pepper to adjust it to your liking.
You could add Hot Italian sausage to this soup if you wanted a bit of spicy meat flavor which goes well with Tuscan flavors.
Tomato soup is made with whole Roma tomatoes, and fire roasted tomatoes to give the soup a full-bodied flavor of tomatoes.
Tomato soup is thickened with cream, making it a heavy and filling soup.
Tomato soup is pureed at the end of the cooking process to make this soup a smooth, velvety textured soup.
Minestrone soup is full of vegetables, pasta, and kidney beans, making it a hearty, chunky soup that you’ll love!
Minestrone soup is made with celery, spinach, carrots, zucchini, green beans and potatoes that are cooked into a soup base.
Minestrone soup has bacon bits, and parmesan cheese added to it to make it full of salty flavor that balances out the soup since it’s packed full of vegetables.
Minestrone soup is best if served with a crusty bread for dipping into the soup with.
Potato Leek Soup
Potato leek soup is a cream based soup that is quite thick.
Since the soup is made with potatoes that are pureed, this acts as the thickener of the soup.
Potato leek soup has a mild flavor since leeks aren’t too overpowering in flavor.
Tortilla soup is filled with corn, black beans, tomatoes, peppers, slices of jalapeno, and pieces of chicken in a soup base.
Tomato paste is added to the soup which makes it have a purple color to it, and a bit of acidity to the soup base.
Tortilla soup is topped with a few crushed tortilla chips and a spoonful of sour cream for a crunchy and creamy soup.
You can even finish off the soup with a few pieces of avocado and grated cheddar cheese for a delicious chunky soup.
Carrot soup is made by adding diced carrots and potatoes to a soup base.
Once they’ve cooked into the soup, the soup is pureed together creating a silky smooth soup.
The soup is thickened with milk, making it a hearty soup.
Wild Rice and Mushroom Soup
Wild rice and mushroom soup is made by cooking onions, celery, carrots, and mushrooms in a butter, olive oil and minced garlic.
Wild rice is added to the soup to toast the rice to enhance the flavor of the rice.
Vegetable broth is added to the pot to create the soup base.
Once the rice is cooked, heavy cream and parmesan cheese is added to the soup to create the creamy, rich soup flavor.
Roasted Sweet Potato Cinnamon Soup
Roasted sweet potato cinnamon soup is made by baking diced sweet potatoes in the oven.
After the sweet potatoes are cooked, they are added to a soup base with a few herbs. T
he soup is blended until it’s pureed and smooth.
Cauliflower Cheddar Soup
Cauliflower cheddar soup is packed with vegetables, making this soup extra filling.
Chopped cauliflower, celery, carrots, and potatoes are added to a soup base with a few herbs.
Cheddar cheese and potatoes act as the thickener for this full-bodied soup.
Once the vegetables are fork-tender, the soup is pureed until it’s smooth.
Lemon Asparagus Soup
Lemon asparagus soup is made by adding onions, celery, potatoes and asparagus to a soup base.
Once the vegetables are fully cooked, the soup is pureed until it’s smooth.
Parmesan cheese is added to the soup to thicken the soup and add a salty-cheesy flavor.
A hint of lemon juice is added at the end to add bit of a citrus finish to this deliciously smooth soup.
Corn chowder is a cream based soup that is quite filling from the starchy corn base of the soup.
Corn chowder is made by cooking carrots, celery, onions, with garlic and oil to create the fragrant base of the soup.
The vegetables along with a few chopped potatoes, bacon, and corn are cooked in chicken broth and heavy cream until they are fork tender.
Finish off the soup with a bit of salt and pepper, and garnish with a few pieces of bacon.
Zucchini soup is made by adding diced zucchini, potatoes, to an herb soup base.
The soup is purred until smooth. Zucchini soup is cream based, so half and half is added as a thickener.
To finish off the soup, add grated cheddar cheese and let it melt into the soup. Whisk together until fully combined.
Beet soup is made by cooking beets and diced potatoes in a soup base.
Beet soup is pureed until it’s a beautiful pink color.
Beet soup is served with a spoonful of soup cream to add a little bit of tangy-creamy flavor to it.
Lentil soup is made by cooking lentils with carrots in a soup base.
Milk is added to thicken up the soup.
Once the vegetables are cooked through, lentil soup is pureed until smooth.
Broccoli soup is made by adding broccoli and potatoes to a soup base.
Once the soup has cooked the vegetables through, blend the soup smooth.
Cream is added to the soup to create a creamy broccoli soup that is very filling.
Lemon juice is added to the soup for a light, refreshing flavor to finish off the soup.