5 Soup Recipes You Should Try This Fall | eating and cooking


This week’s recipe roundup is all about soup. Whether you’re looking for something to keep you warm when the weather cools down or just want a quick weeknight dinner, these soup recipes have you covered.

Keep scrolling for tips on how best to freeze soup and how to make ready-made soup a little bit healthier.

And just for fun, there’s an additional fall-inspired dessert recipe at the end (it’s for Pumpkin Spice Latte Cookies, because of course it is).

When the weather cools down, it’s time for soup cooking mode. This bright orange soup puree has many interesting flavor notes.

Quite simply: white beans and artichoke hearts, an ingenious combination

It’s easy to make a whole meal out of it. Serve warm slices of your favorite rustic bread with plates of fruity olive oil. Pair it with a Chardonnay with light oak or a Beaujolais.

The kitchen: Hamburger soup is nostalgic, cosy

This soup is as cozy and warming up as only nostalgia and a bowl of good soup can.

The Kitchen: You don't have to wait for a trip to South Carolina for this seafood stew

Here’s how to prepare this Lowcountry classic in your own kitchen.

Seriously simple: Ukrainian borscht is comfort in a bowl

This reinvented one-pot Ukrainian borscht is an inviting bowl of comfort we could all use right now.

The Kitchen: The Best Way to Freeze Soup

Soup is easy to make and even easier to enjoy, but it’s just not the kind of dish you make for soup. Luckily, soup is ideal for freezing and serving later.

Environmental Nutrition: Prepared Soups

Here are a few ideas for making the occasional supermarket soup a little healthier.

EatingWell: Sugar and pumpkin spice and all nice

Instant espresso powder adds a subtle but recognizable coffee flavor to these soft, cake-like cookies. Top with cream cheese frosting (with more pumpkin pie spice flavors) and finish with a sprinkling of cinnamon.


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