These fall soup recipes are extremely flavorful and exactly what you need for when those chilly evenings start to roll in! My fall soups are perfect for cooler weather and even feature some holiday leftovers! If your family loves the comforting warmth of soup, you’re in the right place!
The Best Fall Soup Recipes
Fall is probably my favorite season because of the cool weather and the approaching holidays. It also has the effect of making me want to eat soup all of the time! It is warm, comforting, and loved by my whole family!
These recipes are my most-eaten soup dishes during the fall season because they are just so good! Pick out a few different ones to try during the season!
- The Best Fall Soup Recipes
- 1. Gumbo Soup
- 2. Split Pea Soup
- 3. Detox Cabbage Soup
- 4. Prime Rib Soup
- 5. Cabbage Soup with Kielbasa
- 6. Crockpot Creamy Ham Potato Soup
- 7. Hamburger Soup
- 8. 4 Ingredient Potato Soup
- 9. Albondigas Soup
- 10. Roasted Tomato Basil Soup
- 11. Benihana Onion Soup
- 12. Creamy Cauliflower Ham Soup
- 13. Italian Chicken Pastina Soup
- 14. Creamy Chicken Minnesota Wild Rice Soup
- 15. Pasta e Fagioli
- 16. Leftover Turkey Noodle Soup
- 17. Chicken Noodle Soup
- 18. Leftover Prime Rib Beef Barley Soup with Mushrooms
- 19. Potato Leek Soup with Bacon and Chives
- 20. Best Chicken Tortilla Soup
- 21. Crab Egg Drop Soup
- 22. Caldo de Pollo Mexicano
- 📋 Recipe
1. Gumbo Soup
This zesty and hearty gumbo is full of fresh veggies and proteins! It is sure to warm you up and leave you feeling cozy and satisfied.
2. Split Pea Soup
This rich and creamy soup is one of my favorite fall-time staple dishes! Split pea soup is savory, meaty, and full of vegetables!
3. Detox Cabbage Soup
My detox cabbage soup is the perfect meal for when you’re looking for something on the healthy side! This delicious fall soup has no downfalls as it is nutritious and still extremely tasty!
4. Prime Rib Soup
I love it when I can throw a soup together using leftover ingredients! The prime rib and tender veggies create a savory and hearty soup that the entire family will enjoy!
5. Cabbage Soup with Kielbasa
This warm and healthy soup will be ready to eat in less than an hour! It is loaded with wholesome ingredients that will leave you satisfied and feeling great!
6. Crockpot Creamy Ham Potato Soup
This slow cooker meal is as easy as it gets! Simply put all of your ingredients into your crockpot, let it cook, and come back to a rich and creamy soup that everyone will love!
7. Hamburger Soup
This one-pot soup is as delicious as it sounds! Take all your favorite flavors from a hamburger and turn it into soup form for a warm and hearty dinner!
8. 4 Ingredient Potato Soup
Potato soup is one of my all-time favorite soups for any time of the year! This recipe only uses 4 ingredients, so it is extra easy to make without losing any of the flavors!
9. Albondigas Soup
This Mexican comfort food is a classic soup that uses ground beef and rice meatballs! Albondigas is so rich and delicious that you will want to eat it for dinner over and over again!
10. Roasted Tomato Basil Soup
My roasted tomato basil soup is a creamy and rich dish that will warm your soul. Eat it by itself or pair it with a grilled cheese sandwich!
11. Benihana Onion Soup
This onion soup is a classic dish at every Japanese steakhouse! Once you make this hibachi soup at home, you won’t even miss the restaurant!
12. Creamy Cauliflower Ham Soup
The best way to use up that leftover ham after the holidays is to make this creamy cauliflower ham soup! It’ll be ready to eat in only 35 minutes, so it is perfect for any day of the week!
13. Italian Chicken Pastina Soup
The small pasta, juicy chicken, and fresh veggies come together to make a classic Italian soup that will warm you up! Not only is this delicious, but it will also only take you 20 minutes to make!
14. Creamy Chicken Minnesota Wild Rice Soup
This healthy and hearty soup will have you feeling warmed up and satisfied in no time! Your whole family will love this meal and request it over and over again!
15. Pasta e Fagioli
This Italian soup is a family favorite at my house! It is loaded with staple ingredients that you could already have at home!
16. Leftover Turkey Noodle Soup
This soup is a twist on your classic chicken noodle soup, but involves using up some of those leftovers from the fridge! So when the holidays are over and you have a bunch of leftover turkey pieces, you know what to do with them!
17. Chicken Noodle Soup
I’m pretty sure that chicken noodle soup is the most classic soup there is. This recipe will bring back all of your childhood memories or bundling up and eating some homemade chicken noodle soup!
18. Leftover Prime Rib Beef Barley Soup with Mushrooms
This soup is filled with wholesome ingredients and savory flavors. It is a hearty and extremely satisfying use of those prime rib leftovers!
19. Potato Leek Soup with Bacon and Chives
This soup uses some heavy cream to create an extra creamy and delicious soup! Top it off with some of your favorite toppings!
20. Best Chicken Tortilla Soup
This chicken tortilla soup is better than anything you’ll find in a restaurant! This family-favorite, staple soup is a must-have meal for every household!
21. Crab Egg Drop Soup
This unique twist on traditional egg drop soup adds a seafood element that makes this dish mouthwatering! Top it off with some wonton strips to add a little crunch!
22. Caldo de Pollo Mexicano
This delicious Mexican chicken soup is a kid-friendly dish that is great for those fall family dinners. Serve this soup over some rice to make it extra hearty!
These delicious fall soups are bound to warm you up and keep you full on those beautiful fall days! Leave a comment down below and let me know which soup is your favorite!
Best Fall Soup Recipes: Sopa de Chícharos (+More Tasty Ideas To Make!)
- 1 lb dried split peas (16 oz package - follow the directions to soak overnight if needed)
- 1 tablespoon olive oil (extra virgin)
- 1 large yellow sweet onion (diced)
- 1 tablespoon garlic (minced)
- 6-8 ribs celery (chopped)
- 3-4 large carrots (chopped)
- 4-5 medium red potatoes (chopped)
- 10-12 oz calabaza squash (or butternut squash)
- 1 teaspoon liquid smoke
- ½ tablespoon dried oregano
- ½ tablespoon ground cumin
- 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
- ½ teaspoon ground chipotle pepper
- ½ teaspoon garlic powder
- 2 bay leaves
- ½ teaspoon each, salt & pepper (or more to taste)
- 10 oz ham (1 - 1 ½ lb ham shank with meat on it is ideal)
- 4 cups chicken broth (bone broth or stock)
- 4 cups water
- Soak the dried split green peas as needed, follow the package instructions to determine the quantity of water and length of time needed to ready your split peas. Rinse the peas thoroughly before and after soaking.1 lb dried split peas
- In a large stockpot, heat the olive oil over medium high heat. Add the onion, celery, carrots, and garlic and saute for 3-4 minutes, or until fragrant.1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 large yellow sweet onion, 6-8 ribs celery, 3-4 large carrots, 1 tablespoon garlic
- Add the chopped calabaza (or butternut) squash and chopped red potatoes.10-12 oz calabaza squash, 4-5 medium red potatoes
- Add the liquid smoke, bay leaves, and seasoning (dried oregano, cumin, smoked paprika, garlic powder, ground chipotle pepper, salt, and pepper).1 teaspoon liquid smoke, ½ tablespoon dried oregano, ½ tablespoon ground cumin, 1 teaspoon smoked paprika, ½ teaspoon ground chipotle pepper, ½ teaspoon garlic powder, 2 bay leaves, ½ teaspoon each, salt & pepper
- Add the diced ham or a whole ham hock with plenty of meat still on the bone.10 oz ham
- Drain and rinse the soaked split peas and add them to the stock pot.
- Add the chicken stock or broth with an equal part of water and stir the ingredients.4 cups chicken broth, 4 cups water
- Cover and bring your soup to a rolling boil, stir and then reduce the heat.
- Simmer for about 1 hour 30 minutes, stirring the soup occasionally. After 1 hour of simmering, you would need to remove your ham bone. Allow the bone to cool for a few minutes, then pull any meat off the bone, shred it, and return the meat to your soup.
- Taste and adjust seasoning to your liking before serving. Also, if the soup consistency is not looking thick enough you can remove the lid for the last 20-30 minutes of the simmering cook time to help thicken your sopa de chicharos.
Angela is an at home chef that developed a passion for all things cooking and baking at a young age in her Grandma's kitchen. After many years in the food service industry, she now enjoys sharing all of her family favorite recipes and creating tasty dinner and amazing dessert recipes here at Bake It With Love!