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22 Incredible Soup Recipes

soup-recipesWith the winter weather upon us we at Midlife Boulevard thought our readers could benefit from a re-share of this list of delicious soup recipes. Nothing warms us up better than a comforting bowl of tasty soup!

Andrea Bates can be found writing over at Good Girl Gone Redneck. Every now and then she shares some of her favorite recipes with her readers, so be sure and stop by and say hi.

When it comes to winter weather there’s one thing that’s always on my mind – and my menu!

Soup.

I’ve curated this list of delicious looking soup recipes from the Women of Midlife to share with our readers here on Midlife Boulevard. I’m excited – because I really decided to write this article because I’m such a soup fanatic.

So – let me introduce you to a few recipes that make my mouth water and my stomach growl.

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Cheesy Soups

Beer Cheese Soup with Bacon from Ronni over at Sassy Girlz.

Quick and easy Cheesy Chicken Sopa from My Mommy Brain’s Kate.

My daughter’s favorite soup is Broccoli Cheese Soup – and Anne has one that she says is amazing.

Vegetable Soups

Coco of Running with Perseverance has a delicious looking Hearty Tomato Soup recipe for you.

And if you’re looking for a different kind of vegetable soup, here’s an Indian-style recipe for you at Everyday Gyaan.

Farm Girl Cook’n has shared her favorite veggie soup recipe.

And I think I might have to make Anne Louise Bannon’s Tomato Basil Soup for my husband.

Are you a kale fan? I definitely am. I’m a wimp when it comes to spices, but the Spicy Kale and Split Pea soup at Recipe Renovator looks really good. She also has a Celery Root soup with Roasted Fennel and Garlic that intrigues me.

Minestrone Soup has been a favorite of mine since I was a child. My dad loved it, too. That’s why I really want to try Susan’s recipe out. It looks phenomenal.

And Baby Boomster has a vegetarian Sardinian Style Minestrone that she says is the best she’s ever tried.

This Roasted Carrot Soup by Helene of Books is Wonderful is flavorful and sweet. And as with any of these vegetable soup recipes, if the ingredients list includes chicken broth? You can easily swap that out for veggie broth to comply with your eating preferences. You may need to make some tweaks to adjust the flavor – but doesn’t everyone do that anyway when they cook?

Hearty Soups

Nancy of Skinny Kitchen has a Pasta Fagioli that will make your taste buds sing.

That Susan Williams has a delicious Slow Cooker Tortilla Soup you’ll want to check out.

Robyn of Robyn’s World has a Chicken Tortilla Soup with charred vegetables recipe for us.

And Kate has an easy and delicious Tortilla Soup recipe. Tortilla soup seems to be a fan favorite these days. Looks like I’ll need to test out these recipes soon.

Lisa of Grandma’s Briefs has a Chicken Enchilada Soup for us.

This Crockpot Kale and Black-eye Pea Soup for the crockpot from Antoinette of DeDivahDeals looks simple and delicious.

And Beth’s Easy Zuppa Toscana Soup at It’s Just Life will warm you right up.

If Roasted Chicken with Wild Rice Soup sounds good to you head on over to Barks and Blooms.

Chowders

This Potato Corn Chowder looks amazing over at A Square of Chocolate. Thanks, Laurie.

My own Crockpot Corn Chowder is a favorite in our house. It’s so easy to set it up and let it cook.

I’ve got a bonus recipe for you today, as well. We recently shared this amazing chicken and garlic slow cooker soup here on Midlife Boulevard and it not only looks and sounds amazing, but has some incredible healing properties to it. Go have a look and let me know if you give it a try!

Have a favorite soup recipe? Leave it in the comments.

Andrea Bates

Andrea is a native New Yorker living in NC who has become quite accustomed to wearing flip flops year-round. A licensed clinical social worker, she spends her free time volunteering for a number of organizations supporting women (more specifically, mothers) in need of a reminder that they are not alone. Andrea blogs at <a href="//goodgirlgoneredneck.com”">Good Girl Gone Redneck</a>, where she writes from the heart, sharing the ins and outs of parenting, family and relationships. She also devours books and regularly features her honest reviews, ensuring that her readers are intrigued and ready for more.

Anne Louise Bannon

Saturday 20th of February 2016

Oh, yum! And I just happen to have some kale in the fridge.

Haralee

Friday 19th of February 2016

Many sound delicious. I am looking forward to trying some!

Susan Williams

Friday 19th of February 2016

Totally pinning this on Pinterest. What a great compilation of recipes!

Kaye Swain

Friday 19th of February 2016

A great soup-making resource. Thanks for a lovely visit via Grandmas Briefs.

Antionette

Friday 19th of February 2016

More recipes to try, thanks for putting this together! Nothing is better than a bowl of good Ole homemade soup (my grandmother's saying).

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