Soup and Stew Favorites

A few of our favorite soup and stew recipes.

Waiting on cooler temperatures has been a lesson in patience for me. Not only does cooler weather mean snuggly sweaters, colorful leaves, crispness in the air, but it means it’s time for warm soups and stews, the kind that fills the home with those comforting aromas we all know. We have a few favorite soup and stew recipes here that we’ll cozy up to in the next couple of weeks.

My daughter’s favorite, White Bean Chicken Chili, so simple and easily adjusted to what you have on hand. Make a big batch and freeze some for later.

Sweet Potato Soup w/ Walnut Pesto. A combination of white beans and sweet potatoes make this a hearty and healthy option.

Italian Style Garbanzos with Sausage. This isn’t a soup per se, but I’m planning on making it one with the addition of more tomatoes and a vegetable or beef stock. Drooling just thinking about it.

And of course, soups and stews wouldn’t be complete without a friend. Give these Cheddar Jalapeño Cornbread Muffins a try – you won’t be sorry!


And there’s more!

Check out these other tasty soup/stew offerings from some of my friends…

Turkey Black Bean Chili from Wenderly

Chicken Tortilla Soup from TidyMom

Roasted Corn and Black Bean Soup from Dine and Dish

Curried Lentil Soup from Namely Marly

Chicken Enchilada Soup from Real Mom Kitchen

Tuscan White Bean Soup from Miss in the Kitchen

Minestrone with Crisped Polenta Rounds from Aggie’s Kitchen

Black Bean Soup from Good Life Eats

Crock Pot Taco Soup from Mommy’s Kitchen

 

Happy cooking y’all! xoxoxo

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Comments

  1. 2

    says

    I love soup and stew after the summer fare. My husband would love the Italian Style Garbanzos with Sausage. Can’t wait to try it. It needs to get a little cooler around here first, though. 😉

  2. 4

    Wenderly says

    I am SO READY for soup season!! Bring on the sweaters, crisp air & hearty bowls of steamy goodness!

  3. 5

    Pamela99 says

    As the weather gets cooler I make more soups and these recipes look great. Thanks.

  4. 6

    Cookbook Queen says

    They all look so amazing!! Nothing better than a big pot of soup simmering on the stove.

  5. 7

    Ashley@BakerbyNature says

    Oh boy – now I’m hungry! Soup season is the best, and who can resist cornbread muffins to tag along?

  6. 8

    says

    I agree! Here in Florida, we natives get so excited every time temps drop even if it’s just 10 degrees like it’s supposed to this weekend. Either way, soups somehow find their way into the menu even if we have to turn down the AC. :)

  7. 9

    says

    Great roundup! Thanks for including mine. The White Bean Chicken Chili looks so good and I have got to try those muffins!

  8. 10

    TidyMom says

    I’m so excited cool weather is finally upon us (ok so it was 85 here yesterday, but that was a fluke lol)

    you take the most beautiful pictures of soup Amy!!!! Great round up!!

  9. 12

    Lauren at Keep It Sweet says

    In the cold weather, soup is my favorite meal! Thanks for sharing so many delicious recipes!

  10. 15

    Robin @ Simply Southern Baking says

    I love soup and stew on chilly nights, especially those that are easy to put together. :)

  11. 17

    says

    Now getting ready for soups…this morning has enough chill in the air to think about cooking them. One of my favorites is an Italian Onion Soup. I cook an entire bag of onions overnight in the crockpot and then it’s as simple as combining them with an easy to make stock recipe and topping with Parmesan. I do love a great French Onion soup…but this is so much easier and doable on a regular basis.

    I haven’t had breakfast yet but am now craving a bowl of soup. Your Sweet Potato Soup with walnut pesto in fact!

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