Creamy Potato and Broccoli Soup

Soup is one of the best make-ahead meals to enjoy throughout the week for lunch or dinner. This cheesy broccoli, potato and bacon soup is super flavorful and tastes even better the next day. Serve this crusty bread for a simple meal that is sure to satisfy the whole fam! 2. Add onion and carrot Creamy Potato and Broccoli Soup

Turkey and Wild Rice Soup

This is comfort in a bowl! I used some leftover turkey from our holiday meal and repurposed it into this delicious soup. Serve this with a side of crusty bread and get cozy! 2. Stir in garlic, flour, salt and pepper. Cook for 1 minute, stirring continuously. 3. Add turkey (or chicken) stock and rice Turkey and Wild Rice Soup

Roasted Pumpkin and Tomato Soup

Pumpkins and all types of squash are available at the market right now and I believe they are more than just a decoration. The combination of roasted tomato and pumpkin works so well together – both add their own unique sweetness which means I didn’t have to add any sugar to the soup. Serve this Roasted Pumpkin and Tomato Soup

Roasted Tomato and Bean Stew

Josh and I have been watching a lot of “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy” and I’ve been so inspired by their way of cooking. They use minimal ingredients in their dishes, but they use the best and freshest ingredients they can find. While we don’t have the same tomatoes they do, we do the best Roasted Tomato and Bean Stew

Salmon Chowder

Seafood chowders are one of my favorite types of soup – the flavor reminds me of sitting by the ocean! I love making soup or stew any time of the year. This chowder is full of delicious veggies and big chunks of salmon (yum). Fresh dill ties the whole dish together! Serve this with crackers Salmon Chowder

Meatball, Potato and Kale Soup

Soup season lasts a long time here in Michigan, so it’s nice to keep a wide variety of soup recipes at the ready for when those cold months start. Soups are one of my favorite meals to prepare because the leftovers are so good and it’s easy to add a ton of veggies. This dish Meatball, Potato and Kale Soup

Cabbage Soup

There’s a number of restaurants I loved going to growing up. I sadly don’t live anywhere close to Charleston anymore and a lot of those restaurants are now closed so I was thankful that my Mom had this recipe in her recipe box. This restaurant served cabbage soup and hush puppies as a starter for Cabbage Soup