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Top 10 Fall and Winter Soups

I love “Love” soup during the Fall and Winter, don’t you? So I can’t wait to share these Top 10 Fall and Winter Soups with you all. I love taking fresh ingredients and stuff I have in my pantry, and putting it all in the crock pot! talk about “Easy Cooking!” I mean there really is nothing better then the smell of something simmering all day in the crock pot. I love walking in the door from being out and about, and being hit with the aroma of something delicious brewing away. 

Today I have a fantastic round up of {10 delicious soups} “some” of them you can put in the crock pot and walk away. LOVE THAT! I hope that you find lots of pleasure and comfort in these delicious soups.
Sit back and enjoy the beauty around you this fall & winter and do it with a warm bowl of soup… and maybe a Roll or two-Too!
top 10 fall and winter soups
Hearty Chicken Stew with Butternut Squash & Quinoa Source here
 Roasted Tomato and Basil Soup Source here
A spin on Cafe Rio’s Chicken Tortilla Soup Source here 
Lasagna Soup Source here
 Crock Pot Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup Source here
 Slow Cooker Baked Potato Soup Source here
 Homemade Chicken and Dumpling Sour Source here
 White Chicken Chili Soup Source here 
 Spinach Tomato Orzo Soup Source here
 Chicken Enchilada Soup Source here
Ahhhh’ YUM RIGHT? now cuddle up on the couch with your favorite flannel blanket, your favorite movie and enjoy one of these delicious soups.

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24 thoughts on “Top 10 Fall and Winter Soups

    1. Can you be more specific? I am not sure which link you are referring too. Most soups that are done in a crockpot can be done in a pot. You would just adjust your cooking time. Thanks, jen

  1. Nice selection of soups. I will definitely try “Chicken Enchilada” next week some day. You can try also some Romanian soups from my blog. Looking forward to your next posts.

  2. The soup with the butternut squash does not appear to be a crockpot recipe based on the directions – it’s multi-step stove-top, so I just wanted to clarify that. (This makes sense, since quinoa cooks for only about 15 minutes.) It looks delicious, however, so I am definitely going to try it!

  3. None of these are linked to recipes. If I click on the picture it just enlarges the picture. The name of the soup and the “source here” words don’t have any links attached to them

  4. Hi Jen. Did you happen to save the white chicken chili recipe? The link no longer works and that recipe was my favorite!

    1. HI Jaime, thanks for letting me know. I clicked the link and went to here site and then searched it, so try my link again, I updated it. Thanks. jen

  5. The link to the Spinach Orzo Soup is not working and of course, that was the one I really wanted to access!! ๐Ÿ™ I was able to access some of the other recipes. Can you help with correcting the link to your Spinach Orzo Soup? Thanks a bunch.

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