Popular Winter Soups and Stews Recipes

Serve up the ultimate comfort food with these great soups, stews, chilis, and chowders. Browse through dozens of recipes for soups and stews that can warm up any winter meal.

Vegetable Stew with Cornmeal Dumplings

From Diabetic Living

Vegetable Stew with Cornmeal Dumplings

Super-Simple Beef Stew

From Diabetic Living

Super-Simple Beef Stew

Creamy Potato and Asparagus Soup

From Better Homes and Gardens

Creamy Potato and Asparagus Soup

Creamy Potato and Asparagus Soup

Asparagus, potatoes and bacon are blended together for a delicious creamy soup. Garnish with more asparagus, bacon, parsley or lemon peel.

From Midwest Living

Creamy Potato and Asparagus Soup

Southwestern Pinto Bean Soup

Kick the flavor of the Mexican-style soup up a notch with a sprinkling of cilantro and a squirt of lime juice.

From Diabetic Living

Southwestern Pinto Bean Soup

Moroccan-Spiced Chicken Lentil Stew

A blend of garlic, cumin, coriander, black pepper, and cinnamon perfectly season this hearty stew.

From Diabetic Living

Moroccan-Spiced Chicken Lentil Stew

Kickin' Hot Chili

If you like your beef chili seriously hot, this recipe is for you. For an even bigger kick, use the whole teaspoon of cayenne pepper.

From Diabetic Living

Kickin' Hot Chili

Hearty Pork-Beer Stew

With big chunks of sweet potatoes and apples and a beer broth, this main-dish stew is perfect for chilly fall evenings.

From Diabetic Living

Hearty Pork-Beer Stew

Hearty Beef Chili

For a fall open house, make this beef chili in the slow cooker. As guests arrive, set out chips and cheese and let them help themselves to a bowl.

From Diabetic Living

Hearty Beef Chili

Cider Pork Stew

A slow cooker makes the pork and vegetables extra tender in this main dish stew recipe. Apples and apple cider tenderize and add sweetness.

From Diabetic Living

Cider Pork Stew

Chicken, Barley, and Leek Stew

Leeks and carrots add a fresh-from-the-garden note to chewy barley and tender chicken in this satisfying main dish stew recipe.

From Diabetic Living

Chicken, Barley, and Leek Stew

Brunswick Stew

Early Virginia settlers made this hearty stew recipe with squirrel meat. Our updated version simmers all day in your slow cooker and features chicken and ham.

From Diabetic Living

Brunswick Stew

Beef-Mushroom Stew

The sweet-tart combination of vinegar and molasses brings out the flavor of the beef in this slow cooker stew recipe.

From Diabetic Living

Beef-Mushroom Stew

Beef Stew with Red Wine Gravy

In this slow cooker main dish recipe, beef, parsnips, carrots, and artichokes simmer in a wine-beef broth. Tomatoes, raisins, and vinegar further flavor the one-dish meal.

From Diabetic Living

Beef Stew with Red Wine Gravy

Beef Stew with Ravioli

From Diabetic Living

Beef Stew with Ravioli

Potato-Topped Beef Stew

Transform the concept of meat and potatoes into a comforting stew that's perfect to warm the whole family at the end of a chilly day.

From Family Circle

Potato-Topped Beef Stew

Beef and Sweet Potato Stew

Cumin, cayenne, cinnamon, and dried fruits flavor this hearty beef stew. Make it in your slow cooker the next time you need a delicious dinner waiting at home for you.

From Heart-Healthy Living

Beef and Sweet Potato Stew

Beef and Sweet Potato Stew

Cumin, cayenne, cinnamon, and dried fruits are what give this stew its interesting North African angle. The serve-along? Couscous, of course--a quintessential Moroccan staple.

From Midwest Living

Beef and Sweet Potato Stew

Loaded Bratwurst Stew

Sub in kielbasa or even a flavored chicken sausage for the smoked bratwurst in this slow-simmered meal.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Loaded Bratwurst Stew

Loaded Bratwurst Stew

Total cost: $9.93

From Midwest Living

Loaded Bratwurst Stew

Lentil-Ham Soup

From Better Homes and Gardens

Lentil-Ham Soup

Lentil-Ham Soup

Total cost: $9.54

From Midwest Living

Lentil-Ham Soup

Tomatillo Chicken Soup

From Better Homes and Gardens

Tomatillo Chicken Soup

Tomatillo Chicken Soup

Tomatillos (the key ingredient in green salsa) look like green tomatoes with papery husks. Although they can be eaten raw, we like to cook tomatillos with other ingredients to mellow and balance their tart flavor.

From Midwest Living

Tomatillo Chicken Soup

Slow-Cooker Pork & Hominy Stew

From Family Circle

Slow-Cooker Pork & Hominy Stew

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