Fall always seems like an appropriate time for soup, but I really love it all year round. It's one of my favorite ways to get bone broth in my diet. Don't even get me started on the importance of bone broth in your diet. I even give it to my dog!
Anyway, I'm compiling a list of my favorite soup recipes (both mine and others) so we all have a one stop shop for some delicious soup recipes! So far, these are the ones I make the most often. I'll keep adding to it as I try more that are worth sharing. These are in no particular order.
Paleo Leap's Thai Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup. I keep red curry paste on hand always, just in case I want to whip this one up. I love it with shredded chicken.
Whole 30's Loaded Baked Potato Soup. Interestingly enough, this recipe is similar to how I make mashed potatoes. But, the added cauliflower is better than I expected. Topped with bacon and green onions? Yum!
Cabbage Roll Soup. This recipe was inspired by a Monday Meal Kit from Crampton's. I'm not sure I had ever heard of cabbage rolls until I moved to Winnipeg. They are a bit labor intensive to make I hear, but this soup is not. It freezes really well and is very easy to make large amounts.
Butternut Squash and Pear Soup. We often forget how adding fruit to main dishes can really amp up the flavor and compliment the savory. The abundance of squash and pears scream winter is coming. While cutting up a butternut squash can be labor intensive, you could choose to buy it frozen or suck it up and enjoy the process (I know, I know, the skin is thick!).
Kimchi Soup. This recipe comes from The Real Simple Good Life. It's also Whole30 friendly. I used to mix kimchi with bone broth all of the time, but this recipe takes that to the next level. I'm also a big fan of ground pork. All the delicious things in one spicy bowl. I like to use local Cooks Creek Kimchi.
There are tons of delicious soup recipes out there. But for me, they must be easy and delicious. As I find more that fit the bill, they'll be added here!