Find our favorite soups, stews, and chilis to keep your family warm on cool evenings.
Flavored with minced garlic, lemon zest, and bay leaves, this soup is comfort in a bowl. Keep it on hand all season long.
Gremolata, a fragrant topping containing garlic, lemon rind, and fresh parsley, adds fresh flavor to this hearty white bean
This beef vegetable soup is the ultimate comfort food to help keep you warm on a chilly winter night.
Add a little zing to canned tomato soup by blending with canned Italian-style diced tomatoes, chicken broth, and fresh ground
pepper. If desired, top with a dollop of sour cream and chopped fresh parsley before serving.
This seasonal soup uses canned pumpkin, making the recipe a breeze to prepare.
Use your favorite frozen greens in this soup, or substitute a bag of thoroughly washed fresh spinach.
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.
Our users rave about this easy chicken soup. It freezes well, so make a large batch and portion it out for easy lunches.
This recipe is pure comfort but it takes a while to prepare, so make it on a day when you have some time to spare. Serve it
with crusty bread or over rice to capture every drop of the rich gravy.
Hosting a dinner party? Use heat-proof glass mugs to serve this creamy soup. They’re easier for guests to maneuver than bowls
and spoons. Keep it warm in a slow cooker, and garnish with sour cream and chopped fresh chives.
We've streamlined this favorite creamy shrimp chowder by using canned soup as the base.
Add a dash of hot sauce to your bowl for extra heat. Use a variety of your favorite beans, if you wish, in this recipe.
Puree if you prefer your soup smooth rather than chunky. To serve without pureeing, decrease chicken broth to 3 1/2 cups.
Take pleasure in eating well without a lot of fuss. This vitamin-packed stew is light on calories and will have you out of
the kitchen in no time (prep time is only about 10 minutes).
Nothing is more comforting than a big bowl of hearty Brunswick stew. Sop up every flavorful last bit with crusty bread or
crispy cornbread crackers.
At recipe developer Lyda Burnette's house, they call this hearty recipe Peter Rabbit Soup. Lyda recommends using a handheld
immersion blender for ease.
Barbecue sauce adds smokehouse flavor to this simple, hearty soup.
This creamy soup is comfort in a bowl. Serve with warm, crusty bread on a cool day.
Run a knife along just-cut cobs to catch sweet corn milk in a bowl. It'll add flavor and creamy texture.
Ready in 40 Minutes
This hearty twist on chicken noodle soup features small grains of orzo pasta and savory chicken meatballs.
Store-bought rotisserie chicken shortcuts the cook time, while white ale adds spice, body, and flavor.
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.
Our chunky take on pistou is chock-full of veggies, beans, and pasta. Serve it with lemon wedges.
Sweet carrots go together perfectly with citrusy apple and ginger spice to make a warm, satisfying dish.
Have a windfall of yellow squash? This makes good use of summer's bounty. Roasting the squash in the oven concentrates flavor;
curry powder gives it a sweet and fragrant kick.
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.
Serve the fresh garnishes with this earthy soup to add color and crunch.
Fresh lime juice adds extra bright flavor. Bringing the broth back to a boil before serving ensures the snap peas cook to
a crisp-tender texture.
We like the tang and body that green tomatoes give this comforting stew.
Make the soup through Step 2 the day before. Reheat, and stir in the lime juice before serving.
Start with a whole chicken to create a flavorful, refined broth.
A chuck roast paired with sweet potatoes and butternut squash will hit the spot on the chilliest winter nights.
Make a classic chicken and dumplings recipe even more Southern by topping the vegetable-and-chicken-packed stew with cornbread
A favorite fall produce stars in this comforting and creamy soup.
Charring the tomatoes creates a wonderfully smoky, flavorful soup. Adjust the amount of red pepper to your desired level of
For a spicier finish, top with minced Thai chile pepper.
Chestnuts aren't just for roasting on an open fire. Try them steamed or roasted in this creamy dish. This soup is an elegant
starter and over the top with the savory toppers of bacon, dried cherries, creme fraiche, and truffle oil.
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.
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.
It may be cold out, but you can still get your fresh veggie fix with golden butternut squash. Try one of these delicious butternut
squash recipes for a warm and satisfying meal.
In our first recipe, Texas-based blogger Russell Van Kraayenburg, Houston, Texas, (chasingdelicious.com) warmed up a Tex-Mex favorite, chili, with the addition of butternut squash.