Time to say goodbye to watermelon, popsicles, and all of those oh-so-refreshing warm weather recipes. But don’t get sad just yet! After you take a peek at our favorite soup recipes for fall, you’ll be unpacking your sweaters and flannels in no time.
Break out the crock pot, pop open a bottle of red, and start cooking away. The best part is that they’re all super easy, so you don’t have to slave hours in the kitchen making them–although we won’t tell, cause they’re that good!
20-minute Spicy Srircha Ramen Soup
Now this is what we call designer ramen. Dress up the popular packaged noodles with Bakery by Nature’s recipe, which contains Sriracha, herbs, and even poached eggs. The best part? As the name implies, it only takes 20 minutes from start to finish!
Creamy Tomato Soup with Brown Butter Garlic Croutons
There’s nothing more delicious than a hot bowl of tomato soup when the temps start dropping. But when brown butter garlic croutons are added into the equation, it takes it to whole different level of yumminess.
Pumpkin Carrot Soup with Coconut Milk
Fall equals pumpkin everything. So it was only fitting to share A Splash of Vanilla’s uh-mazing pumpkin carrot soup. And for those coconut milk fans, just wait until you try it for yourself.
Homemade Smoked French Onion Soup
Not only is this recipe completely vegetarian, but Mandy Kellogg Rye of Waiting on Martha also chose to use smoked gruyere cheese and sweet Vidalia onions to mix it up. The end result? Something your taste buds will want you to make over and over again this fall.
Slow Cooker Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
We love an easy dinner recipe and this is just what any busy bee needs this fall. This chicken and wild rice soup takes 10 minutes to prep and then you can toss it in the slow cooker and let it work its magic!
Brie & Cheddar Apple Beer Soup with Brie
A soup that contains the best of all worlds: cheese and beer! Think pumpkin beer, apple cider, brie, cheddar cheese, and much more, all topped off with a cinnamon pecan oat crumble. We’re not sure it gets any better than this recipe.
Harvest Vegetable Soup
This hearty soup is chock full of good for you fall veggies, herbs, spices, and more. And it’s the perfect recipe for a dinner party with friends, as it makes a lot–or just keep it all to yourself. It’s just as tasty for lunch the next day!
Chickpea and Pasta Soup
When in doubt, add pasta! This mouthwatering soup contains veggies, chickpeas, and pasta. And as Saveur mentioned, the pasta absorbs the liquid, making it more of a stew-like soup.
Here’s to a warm and delish fall ahead!
xx, The FabFitFun Team