Soup weather is definitely here. It’s time for updates to the tried-and-trues, along with some new winter favorites. It may be chilly outside, but these recipes will keep you cozy all winter.
Some people love broccoli soup; some people just haven’t tried our recipe yet. With ranch dressing as a flavor booster, plus a hint of butter, this soup is destined to be on repeat all season long.
Yes, roasting the mushrooms and fennel takes a bit of time, but the payoff is so worth it. The earthy flavors of roasted root veggies play perfectly with the dollop of sour cream and chives. This soup is nice enough for company, but we have a hunch you’ll want to make it just for yourself.
Carrot and ginger go together like, well, Fred and Ginger. But even the classics need an update from time to time. We’ve used Light Ranch here, but the taste is still full-on.
Never let it be said that soup isn’t a real meal. This hearty dish has it all, from beans and veggies to herbs and spices. Pair this rustic soup with a simple salad and, ding, dinner is done.
Sometimes tomato soup isn’t just tomato soup. Sometimes it gets a lift from balsamic vinegar, roasted red peppers, thyme, garlic and onion. Sometimes is actually this recipe. And oh, it’s good.
While you’re out playing in the snow, your slow cooker does all the work making dinner. This dish offers a little something for everyone. It’s a little spicy, a little creamy … and a whole lot of flavor.