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57 Fall Soup Recipes: Cozy & Delicious ๐Ÿฒ

This upcoming holiday, start your dinner off with these 57 tasty and cozy Fall soup recipes. From hearty stews to cheesy soups, there’s something for everyone here. 

Nothing beats a warm soup on a crisp cool evening! 

Autumn must be upon us if we are diving into Fall soups and stew recipes! 

It is the time of year we look forward to retreating from the business of life and want to slow down, spending time at home warm and cozy. 

So, let us look through this list together and see what soup recipes will be on our must-make list!

First up, my creamy cheese-based comfort soup with Velveeta as the base. 

You can personalize this one with ingredients on hand, be it ham or spinach, or even switch out the russet potatoes for sweet ones! 

This is the best Fall soup recipe if you want a soup that can BE the entree. 

Thick, rich, hearty, satisfying Sausage & Potato Soup. 

And the tip about cooking it with the Parmesan cheese rind sounds crazy but is 100% true.

Light, sweet and smooth, this easy fall soup recipe goes through the blender before serving so all the ingredients are well integrated. 

Try this Sweet Corn Bisque when fresh corn is in the season to give it that little extra.

If you enjoy the tastes of pumpkin and maple together, then this fall soup is definitely making your list. 

It uses canned pumpkin and real maple syrup; what’s not to love? 

For the best flavor, refrigerate overnight and serve the next day.

Ever been to the New England area for fresh seafood? 

This fall soup recipe is found literally everywhere. 

This chef encourages us to use live lobster for this lobster bisque soup which might rival Red Lobster’s.  

I do not know about that, but I am certainly willing to try and see for myself.

If veggies are what you got, this hearty fall soup is what you need to make. 

No one will go hungry after a bowl of this delightful Cheesy Potato Soup.  

Bonus points for not having to simmer too long.

Hearty fall soups catch our attention because who needs to be cooking a full meal after a soup that is only an appetizer? 

Not us! or you! 

As you can see from the title, this soup has a little of everything, and boy, does it ever work together nicely.

Do you find yourself ordering a fully loaded baked potato as a side when eating out? 

If so, this fall soup is going to fit that bill perfectly. 

Just put all those ingredients together and enjoy the deliciousness. 

It calls for larger-cut veggies, but I will never tell if you decide to cut them smaller.

A hearty fall soup or stew that the family will love, including the teens? 

Okay then. 

Show me the recipe for this Texas Cowboy Stew. 

Ground beef, kielbasa sausage, tomatoes, pinto beans, corn, potatoes, diced tomatoes, oh my! 

No wonder this is satisfying. 

Leave it to Texas to go big or go home!

Time for an easy fall soup recipe. 

Creamy chicken and mushroom soup just call to us from across the kitchen. 

30 minutes till done is exactly what we need too!

Being able to prepare parts of a soup ahead of time is a great help and that is the case here with this fall soup of butternut squash.  

You can cook the squash up to three days in advance, reducing your prep time on soup day.

Good to note that if you make extra, this soup will freeze well.

Sometimes it feels like chicken soup is relegated to being made only when someone is sick.  

But this hearty fall stew will overcome that mental block in no time! 

Chicken, mushrooms, potatoes, carrots, and onions combine in a delicious, comforting way for any evening when you are ready to tuck into the couch and warm up with a warm bowl.

This soup might take the cake for the most unique hearty Fall soup since it has Irish roots. 

The cabbage adds a nice texture, and who doesn’t love bacon? 

Yes, this one is a winner!

Combining a savory broth, chicken, pearl couscous and fresh squeezed lemon juice all together gives you a delectable Lemon Chicken Couscous Soup, an outstanding choice for an easy fall soup recipe. 

No-fuss.  

No frills. 

Just delicious.

The best fall soup recipes lend themselves to interpretation as is true here with this spicy pumpkin soup. 

Add bacon or spicy fried chickpeas or feta as you please. 

Fresh pumpkin here is best.

Veggie lovers unite! 

This easy fall soup recipe pulls together your favorites of potatoes, beans, cauliflower, carrots, onion, and celery. 

A quick simmer, and you are ready for dinner!

Dill pickles in a soup? 

Why not? 

Everything else can be! 

This easy fall soup recipe highlights pickles, potatoes, and sour cream, but you can easily add a hearty level by tossing in ham, kielbasa, beef, meatballs, or bacon.

Nothing says fall better than the wild rice in any entree. 

Here we have the best fall soup filled with wild rice, typical autumn veggies, coconut milk, and Old Bay seasoning. 

Three different ways to make it are included and a list of welcomed add-ins.

It is amazing how many different ways there are to combine ingredients to make hearty fall soups. 

Here is another excellent one, Italian White Bean Soup With Sausage Meatballs. 

Similar to others and yet unique in its flavor combinations with peppered meatballs and fresh spinach.

Hold the presses folks, we have a winner for the best fall soup recipe submission. 

Keto, low-carb, and ranch dressing? 

Can it be true? 

Anytime you have cooked chicken on hand, you can pull this Creamy Crack Chicken Soup together in about 30 minutes.

If you are a fan of zucchini noodles, toss them on in too.

Nothing says Fall like Broccoli Cheese Soup! 

So comforting with every bite melting deliciously in your mouth in that easy fall soup recipe. 

It just looks as beautiful as it tastes. 

Sharp cheddar will give it a bolder taste and fill it up with broccoli.

The French do know a thing or two about soup. 

So it comes as no surprise that one of my comfort soup recipes is indeed French onion. 

How can it not be? 

The flavor. 

The caramelized onions. 

The cheese. 

The presentation.

It is an experience unto itself.

You know you love Italian soups from your local restaurant, so perhaps it is time to experiment with making one at home with this easy Fall soup recipe. 

Zuppa Toscana is full of savory sausage, buttery potatoes, kale, and a hearty broth. 

Instructions for the slow cooker and Instant Pot included.

When you have a busy evening, this easy Fall soup recipe is the one you want to reach for. 

Cabbage Roll Soup has a little bit of a wide variety of ingredients. 

Everything is prepped into one pot and then simmers together all by itself for a bit.

If Chinese flavors are what you are craving, this Fall soup recipe should make you super happy! 

Hot and sour soup is a well-known, tried, and true soup. 

A few unique ingredients may require a run to an Asian grocery but subs are provided too.

Chances are high that you have used spaghetti squash as a substitute for traditional spaghetti. 

But have you considered using them in a Fall soup? 

Why did we not think of this before? 

It sounds delicious and this spaghetti squash soup recipe gives us the steps on how to build that savory bowl.

Okay, I got to admit this was a new idea for me. 

Peanuts as an ingredient in a Fall soup recipe? 

And spicy to boot! 

Bring it on! 

Sweet potatoes, peanuts, tomatoes, garlic, jalapeno, and cilantro simmer to produce a soup with a zing.

Creamy Roasted Garlic Chickpea Soup is a creamy, filling soup that tastes like hummus.

The tender greens provide a great texture contrast, and the lemon zest adds a touch of zest to the soup.

This soup is unlike any other chickpea soup I’ve ever tried because it’s got a pungent, nutty punch to it.

Wonton Soup is what you want when you’re feeling like a little bit of everything. 

It’s a little salty and a whole lot satisfying.

It’s got the tenderness of the wonton wrappers, the juiciness of the pork, and the freshness of bok choy all in one bowl.

And it’s so tasty; it’s hard to resist.

It’s the ultimate comfort food: chicken, noodles, and the most flavorful broth you’ve ever tasted. 

But why is it so good?

The secret is the use of rotisserie chicken. 

The umami is already there, so you must add a few vegetables, noodles, some spices, and broth and let it simmer away.

You’ll even be able to see the chunks of chicken in your soup—and they’re guaranteed to make your tummy happy!

Potato Leek Soup is the kind of soup you want to come home to.

It’s creamy, silky, rich, and smooth, with a subtle spiciness.

It has an earthy flavor that reminds you of fall and winter, not too heavy or hard on the palate.

And it tastes like a cross between white onions and scallions—a marriage of the two flavors, the perfect combo.

It’s the soup that dreams are made of.

This Salmon Chowder is so smooth and creamy that you’ll want to eat the spoon with it—it’s that good!

The secret ingredient? Fennel bulb! 

It adds a little heat that shines in this hearty dish.

I also love smoked paprika. 

It gives a dish an extra kick, and it also gives it a touch of smokiness. 

But if you don’t have any on hand, it’s okay. It’ll be just as good.

This Minestrone Soup has it all: It’s rich, flavorful, and filling but still light and fresh. 

It’s got the crisp green beans for texture, the starchy beans and pasta for some thickness, and the herb-flecked tomato broth for a full-bodied taste.

And all know that vegetables are good for you, but not everyone wants a bowl of them for dinner.

That’s why this recipe adds in some onions, carrots, and celery, which are just enough to give it that extra something without making it feel like you’re eating a salad.

Serve this with crusty bread for dipping or dunking—it will be your new favorite dinner on a chilly night.

If you like tomatoes, you’ll love Tomato Bisque.

Why? Because it’s rich and creamy.

It has the right acidity balance, so it’s not too sharp or acidic.

It’s silky smooth and can be served either hot or cold.

And it’s also a beautiful shade of red (that’s just a bonus).

Carrot Ginger Soup has a flavor that’s just begging to be discovered.

It has taken our roasted carrots, sweetened by the sugars caramelizing in their deeply-loved flesh, and added some fresh ginger, onion, and garlic to give it a spicy kick.

The result is an earthy and sweet soup that will make you go for another bowl.

If you want to take things over the top, add a dollop of sour cream and chives when serving.

I’m here to tell you that split peas are ready for their close-up.

They’ve got so much flavor on their own—earthy, savory, super tasty—but they need some help to shine.

That’s where smoked ham hocks come in. 

They provide some meaty, salty goodness to the dish.

The Spiced Split Pea Soup also got some Anaheim peppers for a little heat, carrots, celery, and onion for rich sweetness, plus some pepper and cumin for extra oomph.

But then it also calls for coconut cream, which brings out the split peas’ flavor and makes this soup a real winner.

Creamy Spinach Artichoke Soup is a creamy, buttery, cheesy, thick soup with all the flavors of spinach and artichokes.

It uses cream cheese as well as heavy cream—two ingredients that give it a rich, luxurious texture (and taste).

It also uses parmesan cheese, which gives it an extra punch of flavor from two different angles.

And when you put them all together into one beautiful soup pot full of goodness, it’s like magic happens.

You’ve got to try this Roasted Butternut Squash Soup!

It has a delicate taste of butternut squash that goes excellent with spices, like nutmeg and cayenne.

It’s a little less stringy than pumpkins, so you can slurp up every drop without worrying about getting stuck in your teeth.

And it has a natural sweetness that makes eating it feel like the most wholesome thing in the world.

But then there’s also that coconut milk that gives it just enough creaminess to make your mouth happy.

I know what you’re thinking: “What does Smoky Black Bean Soup With Andouille Sausage even taste like?”

Well, I’ll tell you. 

It’s like a fluffy cloud of soft, creamy black beans flavored with incredible spices and smoked paprika, while the andouille sausage brings a touch of smoky flavor.

This stuff is so good; it’s crazy.

This hearty, meaty Beef Barley Soup is a game-changer.

It’s big on tender chunks of beef and generous on mirepoix, which is just a fancy French word for carrots, celery, and onion.

It also has some fresh herbs to give it that extra pop of flavor that you love.

But know what else gives it body? 

The secret ingredient: tomato paste. 

It makes this soup taste like you’re eating at some fancy restaurant in Paris (but who wants to travel all the way to France when you can have this delicious treat in the comfort of your home?)

Imagine sinking into a comfy chair in your favorite spot and being served a piping hot bowl of Meatball Soup.

The savory tomato broth is comfort food at its finest, and it’s filled with Italian seasonings that give it a bit of heat. 

The meatballs are soft and juicy, and the veggies are fresh and flavorful.

And the soup is rich with tender pasta noodles, spinach, sweet and juicy bell peppers, and creamy ricotta and parmesan cheese sprinkled on top.

Now imagine the same bowl of soup; instead of being served at a restaurant, you’re serving it up to yourself.

The Dumpling Soup is a must-try. 

It’s got big, bold flavors, and it’s just so dang good!

The broth is made with chicken stock (or veggie stock), soy sauce, fresh ginger, garlic, carrots, and fresh spinach for veggies. 

It’s savory but has just a touch of sweetness, just like your favorite Chinese takeout place.

And the dumpling itself is something special. 

You’d expect it to be chewy, but the ones in this soup practically melt in your mouth.

Chicken Tortilla Soup is a little spicy, but not too much—it’ll make your lips pucker.

It has tender chicken, juicy tomatoes, corn, black beans, creamy avocado, and cheese.

And then there are the crunchy tortilla strips that give it some texture and make you feel like you’re eating something extra special.

When you need a dish that’ll warm any chill, this Chickpea & Kale Tuscan-Style Soup will hit the spot.

It’s creamy, tangy, earthy, nutty, and extremely delicious.

This soup is all about convenience—you can whip it up in no time at all. 

You just need a few simple ingredients: diced tomatoes, carrot, celery, onion, herbs (bay leaf, rosemary, thyme), and kale.

You can also throw in some fresh or frozen veggies for this recipe—just make sure you thaw them first if they’re frozen.

I’m not going to lie here: Moroccan Carrot Red Lentil Soup is an absolute flavor explosion in your mouth.

The cumin and turmeric add a spicy kick; the coriander and paprika bring an earthy sweetness, and the cinnamon gently rounds out all those flavors, so they don’t overwhelm each other.

And then there are the carrots—they really pick up the flavor of the tomatoes and lentils, giving the soup a sweet taste.

Please, stop what you’re doing and come taste this Creamy Tortellini Soup With Sausage.

It’s hearty, creamy, and full of Italian sausage and tortellini in a tomato sauce that’s been enriched with heavy cream and onion, garlic, baby spinach, kale…and more!

It’s the perfect soup when you’re craving comfort food but don’t want anything too heavy or filling.

And there are all sorts of ways to keep it interesting: try grating a little Parmesan cheese or throwing in some fresh basil for a burst of flavor.

Why order a cheeseburger when you can have all of its flavors in a bowl? 

Yes, that’s what I thought, so when I tried cheeseburger in paradise soup.

This amazing soup is packed with beefy and soul-warming goodness that will make you feel like you’re eating at your favorite diner.

The crunchy shredded hashbrowns and chopped kale are perfectly paired with the cheese and spices to create an experience unlike any other.

And if that weren’t enough? 

You can add beer to the broth while cooking.

Are you ready to make your life easier?

Do you want a hearty, Mexican-flavored soup that’s ready in 30 minutes?

Well, you’re in luck as this beef taco soup has both in spades.

It’s got a rich, chili-like flavor that will hit the spot whether you’re looking for a hot and comforting soup or looking for something to pair with tortilla chips for lunch or dinner.

And since it’s super easy to make, you can have it on the table in a wink.

This Mushroom Corn Chowder is a rich, creamy soup with chunks of sizzling gold-brown mushrooms.

It’s made with the refreshing sweetness of corn and Biquinho peppers for a pop of color.

And it’s one of those wonderful fall soups you can make even when you’re not feeling like it.

But what’s really great about this soup is that you can enjoy it any time of the year—it’s perfect on a cold night or when it’s just too hot to cook in the summer.

It’s the perfect fall night, it’s cool outside, and you’ve got a fire going. 

You don’t feel like having something too heavy or too light; you want something that will warm your soul but also fill your belly so that you don’t feel like a total pig.

This is when Crab Bisque comes in handy.

Its rich tomato depth is complemented by a lightly creamy texture and umami that packs crab meat’s sweet and savory flavors in every spoonful.

And then the heat from the smoked paprika and cayenne pepper spice it up a bit and make it perfect for those chilly evenings when you just want something comforting to eat while curled up by the fire—or with a cold beer.

The name says it all. 

The Gnocchi Chicken Pesto Soup is a treat for the stomach and soul.

It starts with tender, juicy rotisserie chicken with its natural smoky, chickeny flavors, then shredded into bite-sized pieces.

Then you also get the gnocchi for some slightly chewy texture and spinach leaves to give this soup an extra boost of freshness.

You still have that rich pesto sauce with basil and pine nuts and a splash of cream waiting for you.

I told you! This fall soup will blow your mind—and your taste buds.

It’s Pozole Rojo time!

This is the soup that’ll get you through the fall. 

And it doesn’t matter what kind of weather you’re having; you can always count on this bold blend of spices, chunks of tender pork roast, and hearty dried corn kernels.

It’s got a rustic texture that’ll make you feel like you’re eating something your grandma made, but it still has a cool, crunchy topping that will make you feel like you’re eating something from the hipster food truck down the street.

Pozole Rojo is the perfect meal for when you have friends over and want to show off your cooking skills—or when you just need some comfort food to get through the week.

Pepper, pepper, and more pepper!

You’ll smile when you see this one. I’m talking about stuffed pepper soup.

It’s got ground beef and rice, bell peppers, spices, and tomatoes—all the makings for a classic stuffed pepper wrap.

But what really makes this fall soup special is the cheese. 

It’s like a gooey addition of melted deliciousness to a savory tomato-y broth that makes the overall dish so irresistible.

Polish sausage, bacon, and sauerkraut. 

That’s a lot of stuff going into one pot. 

But that’s okay; this recipe got your back.

This fall soup has a rich, intense flavor that you’re going to love.

It has the perfect crunch to give your mouth a nice little bit of texture without overwhelming the rest of your senses.

And it has got a nice sour aroma that will leave you wanting more (which is good because there’s plenty).

Do you know what’s better than chicken pot pie? 

Chicken Pot Pie Soup.

That’s right: I said it.

Chicken Pot Pie Soup is the kind of soup that will make all your worries go away.

It’s rich, creamy, and warm, with just a hint of sweetness that perfectly complements the savory chicken taste.

And, if you’re feeling a bit creative, it’s pretty easy to make at home.

Leftover turkey, wild rice, and creamy broth? 

Don’t throw it away—throw it in a pot and make some soup.

This recipe is a great way to use leftover turkey, but it’s also delicious with fresh meat (even chicken).

It’s got a rich, creamy broth that balances perfectly with the saltiness of the turkey and wild rice. 

And kale and mushrooms add some extra dark green goodness to the mix.

There’s something about the way a good pot of beef and vegetables simmering on the stove fills a room with the scent of love: warm, rich, tender meat with juicy, intense beef flavor.

And this recipe will help you get that home-cooked feeling.

This Prime Rib Soup is everything you want in a meaty soup: it’s delectable and luscious, with all the savory goodness of bone broth, veggies, and aromatics.

Indeed, this one will satisfy your meat cravings and leave you feeling energized all day long.

The bottom line

There you have it, folks, an inspiring list of delectable fall soups and stew recipes to tempt any palette, be it savory or sweet, light or hearty. 

Hope you find a few gems to mix into your rotation this Fall or any time of year.

BEST Fall Soups

BEST Fall Soups

This upcoming holiday, start your dinner off with these 57 tasty and cozy Fall soup recipes. From hearty stews to cheesy soups, there's something for everyone here.

Ingredients

  • Potato & Bacon Soup (With Velveeta Cheese)
  • Sausage & Potato Soup
  • Sweet Corn Bisque
  • Maple Pumpkin Bisque
  • Lobster Bisque
  • Cheesy Potato Soup
  • Roasted Poblano Corn & Potato Chowder
  • Loaded Baked Potato Chowder
  • Texas Cowboy Stew
  • Creamy Chicken & Mushroom Soup
  • Butternut Squash Soup
  • Chicken Stew
  • Colcannon Soup (Irish Potato & Cabbage Soup With Bacon)
  • Lemon Chicken Couscous Soup
  • Spicy Pumpkin Soup With Bacon & Spicy Fried Chickpeas
  • Rustic Autumn Vegetable Soup
  • Dill Pickle Soup (Polish Zuppa Ogórkowa)
  • Cozy Autumn Wild Rice Soup
  • Italian White Bean Soup With Sausage Meatballs
  • Creamy Crack Chicken Soup
  • Broccoli Cheese Soup
  • French Onion Soup
  • Copycat Zuppa Toscana
  • Cabbage Roll Soup
  • Hot & Sour Soup
  • Comforting Spaghetti Squash Soup
  • Spicy Peanut Soup With Sweet Potato & Kale
  • Creamy Roasted Garlic Chickpea Soup
  • Wonton Soup
  • Chicken Noodle Soup
  • Potato Leek Soup
  • Salmon Chowder
  • Minestrone Soup
  • Tomato Bisque
  • Carrot Ginger Soup
  • Spiced Split Pea Soup
  • Creamy Spinach Artichoke Soup
  • Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
  • Smoky Black Bean Soup With Andouille Sausage
  • Beef Barley Soup
  • Meatball Soup
  • Dumpling Soup
  • Chicken Tortilla Soup
  • Chickpea & Kale Tuscan-Style Soup
  • Moroccan Carrot Red Lentil Soup
  • Creamy Tortellini Soup With Sausage
  • Cheeseburger In Paradise Soup
  • Beef Taco Soup
  • Mushroom Corn Chowder
  • Crab Bisque
  • Gnocchi Chicken Pesto Soup
  • Pozole Rojo (Red Posole)
  • Stuffed Pepper Soup
  • Polish Sauerkraut Soup (Kapusniak)
  • Chicken Pot Pie Soup
  • Creamy Turkey & Wild Rice Soup
  • Prime Rib Soup

Instructions

  1. Find your favorite recipe from our Fall Soup Recipes list.
  2. Gather all the ingredients needed.
  3. Start cooking and make us proud!

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