I’ll be honest, I’m not a fan of winter. I prefer the warmness of summer, and driving on the ice freaks me out. Here are some of my favorite soups for the freezing winter evenings, and the winter nights with a light chill. Soups can easily be thrown in a crockpot/slow cooker in the mornings, and are ready to eat in the evening. They can be paired with light breadsticks, or thick pieces of garlic bread.
This yummy soup is for all the people out there who love a good blend of spices, hearty vegetables, and a really short prep time.
This is a thick and filling soup for everyone who knows that healthy doesn’t have to taste bad! This takes regular chicken noodle soup to a whole new level!
This yummy soup will definitely take you back to your childhood with it’s home-cooked taste!
For busy days, throw these ingredients in the slow cooker, with loads of good meat that will satisfy your stomach!
This light stew has the fresh spring vegetables and the good meat for a light supper.
Filled with ham, beans, and kale, this soup is light, but filling.
Everyone loves a good bowl of hot chili when the chilly autumn comes around. Enjoy those nights with this great recipe!
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I love potato soup, and this thick and creamy potato soup will fill you right up on the chilliest of nights! It’s warm, creamy, bacon stuffed and cheese filled!
This is a great soup with a nice broth, chunks of turkey, and yummy vegetables for those cold winter nights!
This great chicken and dumpling soup is great for winter days with families that have large appetites.
All you need is some good ingredients and a crock pot to enjoy this soup! And don’t forget this lady’s special secret ingredient!
For everyone who loves chicken pot pie, try this unique twist – chicken pot pie soup! Filled with chunky potato cubes and nutritious veggies, this is simple to make with delicious results!
This is a great twist on the old fashioned chicken noodle soup! You can add your own ingredients to make this your own recipe!
This couldn’t be a simpler recipe! This is a Walmart recipe, making it even easier to make. And of course, don’t forget the tortilla chips!