Popular Soup Recipes

Let's be clear: You can do much, much better than canned soup. Homemade soup recipes are nothing like those bland, salty concoctions. (Can you imagine your grandma making her chicken soup recipe from a can?) To make great soup, ideally, you want to start with fresh, homemade stock, so keep those carcasses after roasting a chicken! But you can definitely make a great soup with boxed or canned broth, too - the key is to add lots of layers of flavor. The basics are the same whether you're making chicken noodle, beef vegetable, or cabbage soup - you want to lightly sauté the veggies first (and brown the meat, if you're using beef or lamb), then add aromatics and herbs. Yes, herbs! Thyme gives soups a lovely lemony flavor, while bay leaves add depth and earthiness. So ditch the cans and tell your family to get ready for a great homemade dinner - soup's on!

Creamy Potato and Asparagus Soup

From Better Homes and Gardens

Creamy Potato and Asparagus Soup

Vegetable Garden Soup with Turkey

This slow-cooker meal packs a few servings of eggies and loads of protein for a mere 155 calories per serving. Serve up with a hearty slice of bread to complete this skinny comfort food meal.

From Diabetic Living

Vegetable Garden Soup with Turkey

How to Make Chicken Noodle Soup

Classic chicken noodle soup is best with homemade chicken stock. We also share our secret to browning the meat and vegetables for the tastiest flavor.

How to Make Chicken Noodle Soup

Spicy Broccoli and Bean Soup

This vegetarian and diabetic-friendly dish packs a protein punch. Glaze tofu with lime juice and soy sauce to add flavor without excess calories.

From Diabetic Living

Spicy Broccoli and Bean Soup

Strawberry-Lemon Thyme Soup

The sweetness of strawberries and the herbal flavor of thyme come together in this fresh soup. Swirl excess buttermilk and top with sprigs of fresh thyme for a gourmet finish that's perfect for a dinner party.

From Diabetic Living

Strawberry-Lemon Thyme Soup

Pork and Zucchini Stew

From National Pork Board

Pork and Zucchini Stew

Gingered Pork-Vegetable Soup with Wonton Noodles

From National Pork Board

Gingered Pork-Vegetable Soup with Wonton Noodles

Pork Chili Express

From National Pork Board

Pork Chili Express

Pueblo Green Chile Stew

From National Pork Board

Pueblo Green Chile Stew

Fish and Vegetable Soup

If you’re looking for a light, fresh meal that still satisfies, look no further than this white fish and vegetable soup. It's delicious any time of year.

From Diabetic Living

Fish and Vegetable Soup

Mexican Chicken Soup

A few slices of creamy avocado act as a cooling counterpoint to the spice in this Tex-Mex soup. Don't forget to serve with a basket of chips and salsa!

From Diabetic Living

Mexican Chicken Soup

Italian Wedding Soup

From Johnsonville Italian Sausage

Italian Wedding Soup

Herb-Roasted Turkey

From Better Homes and Gardens

Herb-Roasted Turkey

Butternut Squash Soup with Thai Gremolata

From Better Homes and Gardens

Butternut Squash Soup with Thai Gremolata

Pumpkin-Kale Calico Bean Stew

Slow cooker dinners are often heavier (read: fattier) fare, but this vegetarian dinner breaks the mold. Beans and greens stew with pumpkin and spices for a flavorful, fiber-rich dinner.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Pumpkin-Kale Calico Bean Stew

Atole de Fresa (Strawberry Dessert Soup)

Strawberry soup is a fun spin on the dessert course. Ingredients such as vanilla bean and a cinnamon stick add depth and flavor to make this a dish you can serve all year.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Atole de Fresa (Strawberry Dessert Soup)

Golden Squash Bisque

By starting with cooked squash, you can get this comforting soup recipe from the stove to the table in under 30 minutes. Serve it with a stack of crackers, crusty Italian bread, or a simple salad to complete the meal.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Golden Squash Bisque

Italian Soup

Crumbled Italian sausage adds slow cooked flavor to this broth-based soup that's filling enough for dinner and delicious enough to serve at a party.

From Midwest Living

Italian Soup

Chicken Dill Soup

This nutritious take on traditional chicken noodle soup packs more staying power due to fiber-filled brown rice and chunks of sweet potato. Stir in dry or fresh dill, if you have it on hand.

From Midwest Living

Chicken Dill Soup

Asian Beef Barley Soup

This hearty dish combines Asian flavors with the comfort of beef and barley soup, for a dinner that will warm up even the coldest nights. It gets plenty of zip from hot chili oil and curry powder.

From Midwest Living

Asian Beef Barley Soup

Quinoa Harvest Chili

For a vegetarian chili that's as satisfying as the beef variety, add protein-packed quinoa and black beans.

From Midwest Living

Quinoa Harvest Chili

Mushroom Soup

The secret to creating a velvety mushroom bisque without the cream? Blending in a bit of rice right before serving. Swap in vegetable broth for the chicken broth to make this soup vegetarian.

From Midwest Living

Mushroom Soup

Chicken Tortilla Soup

Serve a cup of this Mexican-style soup as a starter before your fajita, quesadilla or taco dinner, or serve a big bowl as a stand-alone meal with some sliced avocado and crushed tortilla chips on top.

From Midwest Living

Chicken Tortilla Soup

Herbed Wild Rice

From Better Homes and Gardens

Herbed Wild Rice

Red Lentil Soup

Nutritious and delicious, you'll feel great warming your family's bellies with this hardy soup. Lentils have been around for approximately 10,000 years and been enjoyed in soups since the ancient Greeks.

From Family Circle

Red Lentil Soup

Pumpkin Chili

Unlike most pumpkin recipes, this stew calls for diced squash rather than canned. Feel free to use any protein source, such as extra beans, lentils, or ground chicken, in place of the beef and turkey.

From Midwest Living

Pumpkin Chili

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