This warm and creamy soup gains rich flavor from the wild rice, chicken and bacon, and is a hit with adults and kids alike. It's ready in an hour, but you can speed your prep by using pre-cooked wild rice.
By the time you open the cans, this delicious, nourishing soup is half made. Put out little bowls of help-yourself garnishes, and it's a dish fancy enough for company.
Frozen tortellini and canned chicken broth speed the preparation of this super simple soup. Just add a green salad and soft breadsticks and dinner is on!
You don't have to spend all day simmering to get great soup. High quality stocks and a few cheats combine to make this sumptuous Italian favorite.
Soothe seasonal sniffles with this easy and comforting chicken soup recipe. Use rotisserie chicken for the quickest results, and fill the pot with lots of veggies to make it extra healthy.
If your kids don't like the taste of cauliflower, try roasting to bring out its natural nutty sweetness.
Canned tomatoes and broth do all the work for you in this delicious, ridiculously easy bisque. Try substituting basil for the dill for a completely different and equally delicious variation -- or stir in a handful of grated cheddar to up the richness.
With just a hint of curry, this gorgeous soup smells almost as wonderful as it tastes. Make it in large batches and freeze it for a quick supper all winter long, or serve as an elegant first course at your holiday feast.
This is a warming, hearty, and simple recipe that turns all your odds and ends of winter vegetables into a giant pot of nourishing soup. Let your kids add their own cheese and olive oil: they'll love feeling involved in making their dinner.
A great solution for leftover chicken, this savory soup takes only 5 minutes of prep time and less than a half hour of simmering. Serve with cornbread and a bagged salad for a delicious dinner.
This creamy, flavorful soup is a great way to make the most of fresh-shucked summer corn.
Filled with deep green kale (of the I-bought-it-but-now-what? variety) and skin-on spuds, this is soup at its most delicious and nourishing best. And the bites of smoky sausage will appeal to even the smallest skeptics.
Tomato soup is a favorite of mine and pairs well with any grilled cheese -- simple American and white bread or more complex multi-grain bread with turkey, pear and cheddar.
This speedy but filling soup has a mildly spiced flavor, thanks to a cup of tomato salsa in the mix. It reheats nicely too, so you might want to double the batch and freeze what's left for another night.
Exciting meat eaters and vegetarians alike, this soup is perfect for any crowd.
This comforting recipe, fortified with cream and chicken, is a flavorful alternative to a basic mushroom soup.
This meatball soup is a great way for your kids to warm up and have fun.
Use your own pre-cooked tomato sauce and white beans in this hearty soup.
Substituting ravioli for traditional noodles makes this soup more filling and flavorful than the classic comfort food favorite.
Nothing says Louisiana like a savory, steaming bowl of spicy gumbo.
From the kitchen of Julia, Greeley, Colorado
Wild Rice Soup
Hurry-Up Black Bean Soup
Tortellini and Spinach Soup
Italian Meatball Soup
Easy Chicken Noodle Soup
Roasted Cauliflower Soup
Cream of Tomato Soup with Dill
Butternut Squash Soup
Midwinter Vegetable Soup
Chicken Taco Soup
Portuguese Kale and Potato Soup
Hearty Tomato Soup
Hearty Black Bean Soup
Cheese Tortellini and Bean Soup
Creamy Mushroom and Chicken Soup
Meatball Alphabet Soup
Chicken Ravioli Soup
Chicken and Rice Soup
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