Ready to get your cozy on? I’ve gathered up my best fall soup recipes for you to browse. They’re hearty, comforting, and perfect for a chilly day!
Soup Recipes to Make All Fall
Fall, otherwise known as the start of soup season, is the perfect excuse to simmer something comforting and cozy on the stove.
There’s a little bit of everything in this list, from a quick 15-minute recipe to low and slow weekend warmers. If you’re looking for some soup recipe inspiration, I think you’ll find some here!
Roasted Acorn Squash Soup | This soup is a cozy fall soup. Roasting brings out the squash’s natural sweetness, and it’s then simmered into a creamy soup flavored with herbs. I love it with toasted bread on the side.
Homemade Minestrone| When it’s cold, there’s nothing better than a big bowl of this hearty soup. This veggie-packed winter minestrone with potatoes, spinach, cauliflower, and beans will warm you up!
Easy French Onion Soup | This is my easy version of French onion soup. Instead of hovering over the stove to caramelize the onions, you cook them overnight in the slow cooker. Keep them in the fridge, and it’s easy to make a batch of this classic French soup during the week.
Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Bisque | The combination of the creamy soup with the toasted croutons and blue cheese crumbles is a match made in heaven with this recipe.
Creamy Butternut Squash and White Bean Soup | This is a classic fall soup, but dealing with a whole squash is cumbersome and difficult, so I use pre-cut butternut squash. The squash is roasted first to bring out its sweetness and is combined with other veggies and creamy cannellini beans, which gives the soup a wonderful velvety texture.
Hearty Italian Sausage Soup | This one is made with Italian sausage, red wine, fresh sage, carrots, and spinach. It’s a cold-weather warmer and hearty enough for dinner with some crusty bread on the side.
Tortellini Soup | Fresh veggies, tender cheese tortellini, and herbs simmered together in one pot. This tortellini soup is easy to make and is ready to serve in about 45 minutes.
Chicken Noodle Soup | It’s no secret that boxed chicken stock is no match for homemade, but I find that browning bone-in skin-on chicken breasts in some oil and butter and sauteing the vegetables in the browned bits left behind adds a boost to otherwise boring boxed chicken stock. The soup is hearty with a deep flavor that’s brightened with a squeeze of fresh lemon before serving.
Cauliflower & Kholrabi Soup | Kohlrabi has a flavor similar to broccoli making it a perfect match with cauliflower.
Vegetable Beef Soup | I use fast-cooking sirloin to make this comforting soup. So instead of simmering it for hours, it’s ready to go in less than an hour and a half.
15-Minute Italian Meatball Soup | This one is cozy, comforting, and ridiculously easy to make. You only need six ingredients and 15 minutes to make it.
Chicken Tortilla Soup | Warm and cozy chicken tortilla soup with black beans, corn, and bell pepper. Topped with an avocado, cheese, and sour cream garnish this soup is a delicious Sunday project that keeps on giving throughout the week.
Instant Pot Black Bean Soup | This hearty black bean soup with bacon, green chile, and spices cooks in about an hour – no need to soak or simmer the beans for hours! It’s so easy you can make it on a weeknight. I also have an easy stove-top version, too, if you don’t have a pressure cooker.
Mushroom Soup | This creamy soup combines mushrooms with leaks. Serve it with crusty bread on the side to soak up every last drop.
I hope you’ve found some new fall soup recipes to try!