Winter soup recipes that warm me up from the inside out are the best! These recipes range from rich and creamy, light and healthy, meat-lovers, vegetarian – take your pick, it’s all here!!
Comforting cold-weather soups are the best for these winter months! Simple and quick, these winter soup recipes will be on repeat at your house this season! A few of my tried and true go-to recipes are Chicken Noodle Soup, French Onion Soup and Lasagna Soup.
Tried and True Winter Soup Recipes
Snuggling up by a fire with a bowl of perfectly warm winter soup is my idea of a good time! I love the coziness that soup brings to the season. When it’s cold outside and I have nowhere to go, soup is definitely my go-to meal for our family! It’s simple and such a great option that my kids love! Plus, there are so many different kinds of winter soups out there to choose from. This makes it easy to find one that everyone will agree on! I have rounded up my tried and true favorites that I know you will love! With how many there are, you will definitely be able to find one that fits!
Soups can be so hearty and healthy and these ones are no exception! These winter soup recipes will fill you up and they are so quick and easy that you will definitely be adding winter soups to your menu more often this year. I love that they can be made to what you need! If you want to add a few things like these rolls or this salad, it will totally complete your meal! Try a few of them out and make them your own. Add in some extra vegetables or protein or take out what your kids won’t eat and you can make it special for your family!
How to Store Soup
Leftover soup is a great thing to have! If you can’t finish what you made or if you want to take a recipe and double it, here is how you can store it and enjoy a delicious winter soup all week!
- Refrigerator: Store your soup in an airtight container for 3-4 days.
- Freezer: Get a gallon ziplock bag and label with with the name of the soup and the date. Once your soup has cooled, pour it into the bag. Zip it closed and lay it down in your freezer. This will take up less room because you are storing it flat! It can be stored in the freezer for up to 6 months.
- Reheat: If it is frozen, you can either place it in the crockpot and cook on low for 4-5 hours until heated through. If it is in the fridge, just put it in a saucepan and heat on low medium heat until heated through!