5 Favorite Soup Recipes for the Fall
Guest post by fabulous Jennifer Leal of Savoring The Thyme. I want you to be warm. All warm and cozy and glad that the fall season is approaching. Before you know it we will be cuddling with our loved ones in front of the fire and donning fuzzy slippers. In order for me to get you all warm and fuzzy, I need to warm your insides and your soul. The comfort food that pops into my mind when I think fall and warmth is soup. Whether you want a quick and easy soup or one that requires some time stirring all the goodness to perfection, this list of my top 5 soups should make you happy. 1. Cabbage Split Pea Soup This cabbage split pea soup is so good that my 5 year old is obsessed and it made me adore cabbage. 2. Chicken Noodle Soup This chicken noodle soup turned my son into an official ‘soup monkey’, and it’s a classic that will make your leftovers so much fun, you will raid your fridge every Friday. 3. Chicken Enchilada Soup Need I say more? Nope. Another classic from your leftovers, and sometimes it makes you want to cook chicken just so you can make the soup from the leftovers. 4. Curried Chickpea Stew This soup literally won an award. The curried chickpea stew and the mushroom soup may not be ones you have tried before but I urge you to do so. In fact, I am sending you to the grocery store right now. Grab your keys and wallet run to get the ingredients. 5. Earthy Mushroom Soup If you want a smoother consistency, simply use a blender or immersion blender to puree it. Guest post by Jennifer Leal. Jennifer Leal is a mother of two and the home cook behind the healthy food and family blog ‘Savoring the Thyme’. Savoring the Thyme focuses on feeding your family ‘real’ foods and healthy lifestyle. Jennifer obtained a MS in Immunology and worked for a large pharmaceutical company in CT before starting her family. She is also a freelance writer and social media consultant.
Since I’m preggo, the only thing that tastes good is soup. Thanks for the recipes!