Is there anything more comforting than a hot bowl of soup on a chilly autumn day? Especially if you’ve spent any part of the day outside, coming in to a pot of soup simmering away can take the chill off body and soul.
I’m a huge fan of soups, partly because of the above, and partly because I can make a big batch and then eat leftovers all week long. Plus, soup recipes are generally pretty forgiving, so even if you’re not an expert cook you can whip up something delicious.
Check out these five recipes the next time you’re looking for soup inspiration:
Potato Corn & Bacon Chowder from Life Made Simple
How do you make corn chowder even better? Add bacon, of course!
20-Minute Chicken Noodle Soup from Crunchy Creamy Sweet
There’s nothing better than whipping up a quick batch of this chicken noodle soup if you or a loved one are feeling under the weather.
5 Ingredient Broccoli Cheese Soup from Budget Savvy Diva
Every parent knows the best way to get kids to eat broccoli is to add cheese.
Homemade Potato Soup from Genius Kitchen
This recipe is super simple and only includes a handful of ingredients (you probably have most of them in your kitchen already).
Easy Butternut Squash Soup from Yummy Healthy Easy
Butternut squash soup is one of my favorite fall stables.