Spicy, slow-cooker, chicken, turkey, or veggie―we guarantee you’ll love these top-rated recipes.
A thick and creamy baked potato soup is ideal for cold winter days. Pile on your favorite baked potato toppings: bacon, Cheddar
cheese, and sliced green onions. Try with an easy shrimp-and-pesto baguette.
Unlike other dried beans, lentils cook in minutes and are perfect for busy weeknights. This one-soup meal is ready in less
than an hour.
Flecks of chopped carrot and green pepper peek beneath this velvety cheese soup. The recipe gets a slight kick with the addition
of ground red pepper.
Black beans and meatless crumbles make this vegetarian chili hearty and satisfying. A side of cornbread muffins filled with
pimiento cheese completes this quick and easy supper.
Stray away from boring canned soup and whip up this easy, Asian-inspired Curried Coconut Soup. A whole-wheat wrap filled with
snow peas, carrots, cucumbers, and hummus completes the meal.
This soup is the go-to recipe for an easy night of entertaining friends or a quick weeknight supper for your family. Most
of the ingredients are pantry staples, so you'll be able to put together this recipe quickly.
Ready in only 30 minutes, this quick, meatless chili is made with black beans, meatless burger crumbles, and canned tomatoes.
You can substitute ground beef for the meatless burger crumbles, if desired. Top with a dollop of sour cream, corn chips,
and chopped fresh cilantro just before serving.
Nothing is more comforting than a big bowl of hearty Brunswick stew. For extremely tender meat that's easy to shred, try cooking
on low heat for a long time. High heat yields a less tender product.
This potato soup has all the fixings of a traditional baked potato—Cheddar cheese, bacon, green onions, and broccoli—but has
a rich and creamy consistency you won't be able to resist.
This chili starts with frozen corn and diced poblano chile peppers to help you save time in the kitchen.
This soup has all the makings for a hearty meal—steak, potatoes, loads of veggies, and a robust taste. You'll love how easy
it is to make!
Save time by making this chicken chili with smoked chicken from your favorite barbecue restaurant, or use a barbecue-flavored
rotisserie chicken from your local supermarket.
This slow-cooker chili recipe is as easy as it is delicious. Browning the meat before adding it to the slow cooker brings
out the rich flavor of the dish.
Ready in about 10 minutes, the ease of refrigerated cheese tortellini and canned veggies and broth will make this your new
go-to soup recipe.
Pick up shredded pork from your favorite restaurant, or use one of the ready-to-serve products from your supermarket. The
flavor profiles of commercial barbecue sauce can range from sweet to smoky, so use whichever brand you prefer.
Don't let the long list of ingredients deter you; chances are you'll have most of them on hand.
This comforting soup is made with leftover ham, mashed potatoes, sweet peas, dinner rolls.
If you love greens with ham hock, try this recipe. Lean ham and fat-free broth offer the good flavor of the original dish
minus the added saturated fat. Beans add extra fiber too!
White Lightning Chicken Chili gets its name because it only takes 30 minutes from start to finish to get this one-dish meal
to the table. Don't drain the chopped green chiles or navy beans. Serve chili with cornbread.
This savory soup is full of the flavors of fall. Pumpkin and acorn squash are seasoned with honey, thyme, ginger, and nutmeg
for a delicious combination that will be hard to resist.
Ready in 30 Minutes
Chopped zucchini and squash lend this chili hearty fall flavor.
Ready in 45 Minutes
For true Tex Mex flavor, serve with a side of tortilla chips and top with fresh avocado slices.
Ready in 60 Minutes
This classic-tasting chili recipe will warm you up on a chilly night.
Once the chilly weather sets in, we guarantee you'll be looking forward to this spicy dish after a long day at work.
Ready in 40 Minutes
This hearty twist on chicken noodle soup features small grains of orzo pasta and savory chicken meatballs.
Rich, beefy petite tender, the quick-cooking foundation of this stew and a supermarket steak cut from shoulder, looks and
tastes like tenderloin but costs a third of the price. Can't find it? Try chuck-eye steak, which has good flavor but needs
a little more trimming.