Chilly Day Comfort Food

Tuesday, October 06, 2015


When I think of my favorite thing to eat in the Fall, I always think of soup. Although I would probably eat it every single day, even in the Summer, there's something about the idea of coming home after a chilly Fall day to a big bowl of hot soup. Anybody with me on that? I've been searching the wide world of Pinterest for the perfect soup recipes that I'm hoping to try this season, here's what I've found so far.


Cookie Monster Cooking: Crockpot French Onion Soup
This one gets double points because its a crockpot recipe. I love French Onion soup but I am incredibly picky about mine. I don't like soggy bread, so I pretty much skip the bread/crouton part all together. I also only like certain types of cheese so for French Onion I usually stick to Provolone. Once we get past all my weird specifications I usually end up with a pretty good soup. If you're not as picky as me, then follow the instructions for this recipe because it looks pretty delicious. 


Simply Taralynn: Chicken and Veggie Soup
I love recipes like this because you can choose any veggies you like. It's so simple, the most difficult part being just waiting for the soup to finish up so you can eat it! Throw in some seasonings, so veggies, and shredded chicken and you have the perfect Fall soup. 


Another crockpot recipe, another win win. This soup brings easy ingredients together to create something comforting and delicious. I can't wait to try it. 


Little Spice Jar: Roasted Garlic Potato Soup
This is a recipe that I have already tried, and it was delicious. The only thing I struggled with was at the end it calls for you to put the potatoes through a food processor to blend up the soup with the garlic and cheese. All I had was a low-power blender and sort of created some mashed potatoes. In the end, I just kept the potatoes in chunks and it was still so good! 


Budget Bytes: Chicken Noodle Soup
One thing I love about budget bytes is that it shows you the exact cost of the recipes, and this one only costs 9.00 dollars to make. And with a recipe like this it comes with leftovers for days, yum! There's not much I like more then a comforting bowl of chicken noodle soup. 

2 comments:

  1. I'm like you with the French Onion Soup - I don't like soggy bread and I actually don't like when it's completely overloaded with cheese. I'm excited to try this one out!

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  2. Yum! Pinning the garlic roasted potato soup ASAP.

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