As we make the transition from fall into winter, the desire for extra-comforting soups that warm us up from the inside out is stronger than ever. Consider this your playbook for the season. These 10 soup recipes are a mix of classics, like French onion and broccoli cheddar, and new favorites, like cheesy lasagna. They're all well worth being added to your dinner roster in the chilly months ahead.
This playful, meat- and pasta-filled soup is the perfect solution when you're craving lasagna but don't have the time to make the real deal.
This pumpkin soup is so quick and easy that it's definitely worth carrying it over from fall right into the winter months.
This meatball-studded soup is beloved for good reason. If you can't find escarole, any hearty green, like kale or Swiss chard, is a good substitution.
This homey soup starts with making your own chicken broth, so it's definitely something to save for a lazy Saturday or Sunday, rather than a busy weeknight.
This is a lighter take on decadent broccoli-cheddar soup. Roasting the broccoli and opting for sharp cheddar adds depth of flavor. while potatoes provide creaminess without actual cream.
Tossing a ham hock into the pot while the soup simmers lends smoky richness, but if you'd like to keep it vegetarian, try adding a few pinches of smoked paprika instead.
The most fun part about this baked potato soup is the toppings, so don't skimp: Opt for scallions, bacon bits, sour cream, and lots of shredded cheese.
Reach for store-bought zucchini noodles in this lemony, feel-good soup to save yourself the hassle of spiralizing them yourself.
This extra-fast soup starts with a bag of your favorite frozen dumplings, so you might want to keep them on hand at all times to ensure you can always cook up a pot.
The most tedious part about making French onion soup is caramelizing the onions. Here, the slow cooker does all the work for you so you don't have to stand over the stove for hours.