Soups, wonderful soups.
And by soups I clearly mean those made in the crock-pot. Or is it slow-cooker? Are those the same thing? Whatever….
Since I make soup in my crock-pot/slow-cooker at least once a week, but usually twice I thought I should share my favorites.
Seriously though, I have an entire Pinterest board dedicated to soups….my love is deep rooted.
Now these are all tried and true recipes I’ve made myself. So don’t worry, an idiot could get these right!
The first is my absolute favorite that I make several times throughout the season.
This is actually one of my recipes. I was supposed to be making just chicken noodle soup that night when I decided to see if I could turn it into the Progresso pot pie soups JB loves so much.
I’m happy to say mine turned out better then the canned version. Make this soup now. You’re welcome.
I actually just recently used cream of mushroom and added different veggies to switch it up a bit and it still turned out bomb.
via Jenn’s Yummy Fun
Oh my yum guys. I don’t adhere to the whole low carb thing obviously. And while I normally don’t eat red meta all that often, I do like to venture from chicken every now and then. JB thanks me for it.
This soup is so delicious and warm and you need it in your belly right now. Such a filling soup too, no sides needed.
It’s also another good one to sneak extra veggies into.
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via The Chunky Chef
This was my, I’m trying to be fancy soup.
I don’t even really know how to say it correctly. I do know how to eat it though. Eating food is something I excel at…..
Anyway, despite the fancy name, this soup is so Fall it’s ridiculous.
Again, another red meat soup, but when you’re dating a Portuguese man who loves all the spicy foods you give him all the spicy foods.
Correction, you make the food how you like them, with only a little black pepper, and then he adds Sriracha, hot sauce, and any other number of spices to burn his taste buds off.
To each their own right?
I made this one purely because one time a very long time ago, long enough that he doesn’t remember it, JB told me Chicken Parm was his favorite meal.
I have since then made approximately 72 versions of it. And each time I proudly proclaim, I made your favorite meal and he says, “what?”
But even if he doesn’t remember telling me these things I still hold on to it like it’s the gospel truth and make his things like chicken parm soup.
It’s amazing so neither of us are complaining.
via Crockpot Gourmet
Who doesn’t love chowder?
I love corn and JB loves potatoes so of course this one was a no-brainer.
Again, I always add extra veggies to kick up the nutritional value. Plus unless I trick him JB is like a child and doesn’t eat his veggies.
So there ya have some of my very favorite soups to make!
And by make I mean toss into a crock-pot/slow-cooker and come home to dinner. I’ll make an awesome wife one day 🙂
Do you have any favorite fall staples for dinner?
Are you in a relationship with a kitchen appliance?