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Hearty Fall Soup Recipes

The cooler temperatures have me hankerin’ for a steamy bowl of yummy soup. How ’bout you?

So often though my struggle is finding something new that everyone likes (especially with a hubby who’s not a huge soup fan), but I think I hit the jackpot when I found these recipes.

Hearty fall soup recipes - a round-up of filling and delicious soup, stew, and chowder recipes that your family is sure to enjoy in the cooler weather.

Check out these recipes from around the web (and a few from Mom’s Morning Coffee, of course) and let us know which one you’ll be making for supper tonight!

Southern Brunswick Stew - Yes They Are All OursSouthern Brunswick Stew from Yes, They’re All Ours

(Bonus: There’s a recipe for Cream Cheese Pound Cake in this post!)


Chicken Pot Pie Soup - Number 2 Pencil

Chicken Pot Pie Soup from No. 2 Pencil


Cheesy Ham and Vegetable Soup - 3GLOL

Cheesy Ham and Vegetable Soup from 3GLOL


Chicken Wild Rice Soup - Bomb Shell Bling

Chicken and Wild Rice Soup from Bombshell Bling


End of the Garden Soup - Simple Life Mom

End of the Garden Soup from Simple Life Mom


Fall soups you (and your family) will love! Now up: cool weather chicken soup.

Cool Weather Chicken Soup


Fall soups you (and your family) will love. There are two of my favorites inside: curried pumpkin soup (and a link for 10 variations on the old pumpkin soup favorite), AND a yummy broccoli potato soup that is uber-healthy and yummy, too!

Curried Pumpkin Soup AND Easy Broccoli Potato Soup


Santa Fe Soup - A Zesty Bite

Santa Fe Soup from A Zesty Bite


Slow Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup - The Chic Table

Slow Cooker Loaded Baked Potato Soup from The Chic Table

What’s your favorite fall soup? We’d love for you to share your recipe (or link) in the comments!


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Candy is a southern girl who enjoys the simple things in life. Dirt road drivin’, Sunday afternoon nappin’, back yard swingin’, and sunset watchin’ are a few of the things that make her smile. She’s been married to her best friend and the love of her life for almost 25 years and is navigating motherhood with her 4 children, aged 23, 19, 14, & 11. Homeschooling for over 18 years now, she is also a bit of a word-nerd (ok, maybe more than a “bit” – she actually considers making lists of homophones to be entertaining), a lover of books and chocolate, a survivor of cancer, an author, and a hula hoop maker.

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9 Responses to Hearty Fall Soup Recipes

  1. Adrian October 27, 2014 at 8:51 pm #

    All these soup recipes look delicious! Thanks for linking with us at the Teach Me Tuesday Linky Party! I hope you’ll have the time to party with us this week, as well.

  2. Donna Reidland October 22, 2014 at 7:53 pm #

    I love soup, especially this time of year! I had to pin this so I could try several! Thanks for your post.


  3. JES October 21, 2014 at 5:20 pm #

    Thank you for sharing these recipes! I also have a soup-naysayer in our household (yes, hubby)… I will see if I can tempt him with any of these. Thanks for sharing this week on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! 🙂

  4. Denise October 21, 2014 at 10:20 am #

    Hi! Candy, I LOVE soup! When I saw your link at Tuesdays with a Twist I had to come buy and visit. Thanks so much for the hearty soup roundup. They all look so great.

    • Candy October 21, 2014 at 11:04 am #

      So glad you stopped by! I love soup too, but, sadly, my husband doesn’t. I can get away with cooking soups/stews more often during the cold months so I make enough to have leftovers for me! 🙂

  5. Bobbi October 16, 2014 at 7:49 am #

    Thanks so much for including my Cheesy Ham Soup with all these other awesome soups. I am having a hard time deciding which one I would eat first. 🙂 Great line up!!

    Hope you’re having a great day!!

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