Our temperatures dipped in coastal South Carolina this week, and I pulled out a soup recipe to celebrate! I decided to take a different spin on our regular Saturday post and “salute” my favorite soups for this time of year.
At the top of my list is this Corn and Potato Chowder. Several years ago, friends invited us over and served this soup. I immediately asked for the recipe, and have been making it ever since.
However, if I’m looking for convenience, this Slow Cooker Bacon Corn Chowder is very similar, and I love that I can put it in the slow cooker in the morning to be ready when we walk in the house for supper. (If you’re in the market for a slow cooker, I recommend this one.)
Our younger daughter and I really enjoy this Loaded Potato Soup. I’m not sure where I got this recipe originally, but I posted it here on the blog MANY years ago!
I’ve tried several of Trisha Yearwood’s recipes, and one of my favorites is Trisha’s Chicken Tortilla Soup.
Here’s another one for the slow cooker. Spicy Beef Vegetable Soup is now labeled as a stew but was called a soup when I first printed the recipe. It definitely has enough liquid to feel like a soup.
If you’re looking for a classic, this is my favorite Roasted Chicken Noodle Soup. However, I do make some changes to the recipe. I leave out the celery (which no one in our family likes) and potatoes, then substitute broken-up angel hair pasta for the egg noodles.
It doesn’t get much easier than this Taco Soup. Christy includes instructions for gathering all your ingredients into a bag ahead of time to really streamline the preparation.
Let me know your favorite type of soup! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!
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