It’s soup season my friends! And who doesn’t love a recipe that requires minimal work AND you just throw everything into a pot? This busy Momma does! Ha!

I had a neighborhood party this week, and my assignment was to make SOUP! I have a few trusty soup recipes, but I was in the mood to try something new. These are the 25 soups that caught my eye. This list has some personal favorites as well as some new ones that I can’t wait to try out!

Which one do you think I made for the neighborhood party?

1. *Copy Cat* Cafe Rio Chicken Tortilla Soup Fav Family Recipes {Who doesn’t just love this soup?} Yum!! 
2. Home-style Chicken Noodle Soup Well Fee Family
3. Hot and Sour Soup Jess Fuel {Do you love Hot and Sour Soup??}
4. Creamy Slow Cooker Tortellini Soup My Favorite Things
5. *Copy Cat* Olive Garden Pasta E Fagioli Soup Fav Family Recipes
6. Hearty Beef Stew In the kitchen with KP
7. Spicy Bacon Cheeseburger Soup Daily Dish Recipes
8. Hibachi Soup Cooking with Carrie
9. Chicken Tortilla Soup Pearls-Handcuffs-Happy hour
10. Taco Soup Real Mom Kitchen
11. Mel’s Diner Chili Eat at Home Cooks
12. Butternut Squash Soup Whole Foods Market
13. *Copy Cat* Chili’s Chicken Enchilada Soup Sweet Simplicity {One of the reasons I eat at Chili’s!}
14. *Copy Cat* Olive Garden Zuppa Tuscana The Sisters Cafe 
{Do not be intimidated by the soup. Not only is it really easy to make but soooo delicious!}
15. Minestrone Our Best Bites
16. Spicy Black Bean Soup Gimme Some Oven
17. Creamy Broccoli Cheddar Soup The Comfort of Cooking
18. *Copy Cat* Zupas Wisconsin Cauliflower Soup Chef-in-Training 
19. Corn Chowder All Things Thrifty 
{Ahem, this might just be a personal fav of mine!}
20. Mac and Cheese Soup Whats Cooking with Ruthie
21. Disneyland Loaded Baked Potato Soup Disney Parks 
{Are you kidding me?! Could this look any more amazing??}
22. Lasagna Soup Whats cooking with Ruthie
23. Turkey Noodle Soup Whats cooking with Ruthie
24. French Onion Soup Closet Cooking
25. Creamy Noodle Soup Real Mom Kitchen

Making the decision of which soup to make was tough, but since I am obsessed with the Zuppas Wisconsin Cheddar soup, that’s the one I made!
I altered it a bit after it was done to contain a lot more pepper-jack cheese, more mustard and more salt. It was too bland for my taste before those additions.
After the alterations, it was delicious. In fact, it was a hit at the neighborhood party. I had to laugh though because I overheard someone saying, “It looks like baby food, but it tastes good.” So, if you want it to be a thinner consistency, you may want to add more chicken stock. 
Have you made any of the above soups? If you have I would love to know which ones you love!

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Comments

  1. says

    I just told Amy at The Idea Room that I really don't need another fudge recipe, but hers made me believe I did. You soup round up is doing the same thing for me. I have many soup recipes, but there's always room for more! Right? Thanks for taking the time to put them all in one place. We'll be trying one soon.

  2. Brooke @ www.allthingsthrifty.com says

    Amy is definitely trustworthy on her recipes. She is one of my favorites on and off her blog!!

  3. says

    Thank you so much for sharing my beef stew recipe! I originally didn't notice the ping back given this is from a Sunday Supper recipe post. Some other great recipes here too. Thanks for the inclusion.

    Sorry but I also can't figure out how to leave a comment without linking to a super old/never really used Blogger ID.

    @InTheKitchenKP

  4. says

    I just found this while I was looking at stats. Thank you so much for including my soup in your round up and I am dying to try a few of these you shared. It's definitely soup weather here with snow still on the ground. Thank you for sharing!

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