If there is one food that I look forward to making when the weather turns colder, it’s soup. Nothing makes me feel cozier than a big batch of soup simmering on the stove! And we’ve shared quite a few here on the blog that are oh-so-good. So today I wanted to round up some of my absolute favorite soup recipes from the blog archives to inspire you for soup season!
My Most Popular Soup Recipes That You Have To Try
Rustic Sausage, Potato & Kale Soup Recipe
This is definitely one of my most popular recipes that we’ve ever shared here on the blog. It’s a variation on a recipe from Alice Water’s The Art of Simple Food, so you know it’s a good one!
I personally love this soup recipe because it’s a hardy enough to be a lunch, but also pairs well with grilled cheese. I really cannot tell you how GOOD the broth is in this recipe… probably thanks to the browned bits of sausage that were cooked with the butter and onions! You really can’t go wrong with that combo, in my opinion.
Spiced Sweet Potato Soup Recipe Served in Real Pumpkin Bowls
This delicious and flavorful soup recipe makes for a great lunch on the go, especially because it’s so easy to make as a big batch. Seasoned with spices like cumin and cayenne, this soup is a fun departure from the traditional soups I make every year.
While the pumpkin bowl is optional, it definitely brings a festive touch to the soup which makes it a lovely addition to your Thanksgiving meal spread.
My Yia Yia’s Greek Avgolemono Soup Recipe: the Ultimate Comfort Food
If I had to eat one soup recipe for the rest of my life, it’s this one. Not only is it the ultimate comfort food, it is packed with good stuff including shredded chicken and carrots.
My (very) Greek grandmother made Avgolemono Soup for me as a kid, to the point where when I’m sick now I crave it more than any other remedy. It warms you up from the inside out and has a delicious bright lemon flavor thanks to lemon juice.
Greek Orzo Tomato Soup Recipe
Here is another great soup recipe that we’ve adapted from my grandma’s old recipe cards! It’s similar to a traditional tomato soup, but much heartier. This was the soup my grandma always had on hand when I was growing up and I have yet to find a Greek or Mediterranean restaurant that duplicates it!
My Easy Ramen Recipe Made with Pantry Staples
If you’re struggling to come up with a quick and easy lunch or dinner, this noodle soup is your new bff. I think of it as a fridge clean out meal because you can change up the recipe so many different ways based on what you have on hand.
This ramen recipe is literally so easy, takes less than 20 minutes to make, and is filling… especially if you add tofu to it. But you could also top it with a fried egg!
Have you made any of these soup recipes from the blog archives? If so, I’d love to know what you think of them and how tasty they turned out for you!