5 Comforting Soups and Stews to Make this Fall

5 Comforting Soups and Stews to Make this Fall

It’s soup season! You may or may not already know that I’m a self-proclaimed soup girl, but now that the colder weather is officially here to stay, I’ve been looking for new ways to make soup at home (Side note: I recently tried making bone broth for the first time! Check out my guide).

These recipes are hearty, flavorful, and easy - basically everything I’m looking for in a fall meal. I hope you enjoy them too!   

Guiness Lamb Stew with Vegetables from Once Upon a Chef

Photo: Jenn Segal

I love how well Guinness pairs with lamb and potatoes, plus it’s hard to go wrong with a warm, comforting bowl of stew on a chilly fall evening.


Quick Vietnamese Beef Noodle Pho from The Kitchn

Photo: Emma Christensen


The first time I tried pho I was hooked on the rich yet bright and tangy flavors it had. Making pho is usually an all-day affair, but this quick version takes less than an hour!


Creamy Tomato Soup with Buttery Croutons from Food & Wine

Photo: James Baigrie

You can’t beat a classic and I’m here to tell you that making tomato soup from scratch is definitely worth the extra effort. Add buttery croutons on top and, well….yum.


Moroccan-Style Lamb & Squash Soup with Garlicky Yogurt from Rachael Ray

Photo: Caitlin Bensel

Ground lamb is so versatile (and in my opinion, underutilized) and I love the addition of squash, chickpeas, and lentils. Perfect for fall!


Italian Wedding Soup from Cooking Classy

Photo: Jaclyn, Cooking Classy


Hearty soups with lots of fresh ingredients are always my favorite, and Italian Wedding Soup is no exception. Don’t be fooled: It has a fancy sounding name but it’s actually super easy to make yourself.


If you try any of these recipes, I’d love to see! You can post here in the comments or tag me on Instagram @bigskycaroline or @littlecreekmontana !






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