I have been on a soup kick lately. The weather is changing here and we’ve been eating a lot of soup. I’m always looking for new soup recipe ideas, so I was thrilled to see so many this week to try! And since we’re on the topic of soup, I’ll share with you a couple of my most popular soup recipes as well. We’ll just make it soup love fest this week!
This delicious Thai Chicken Noodle Soup is so easy to make at home that you won’t miss the takeout at all! Don’t let the ingredient list intimidate you. Your local grocery store most likely carries everything you need. It’s been popular on Pinterest too…I pinned it this morning and my pin has over 500 repins already! Here’s the LINK.
This Lemon Chicken Orzo Soup has also been very popular, and my family loves it as well. This is an old stand-by for us…I make it at least a couple times a month all through the fall and winter.
And now for our features!
From top to bottom, left to right:
Baja Chicken Enchilada Soup from Almost Supermom
Healing Chicken Soup from A Mind “Full” Mom
Garden Minestrone Soup from Nap Time Creations
Cheesy Potato Soup from The Gracious Wife
Healthy Lentil Soup from Art from my Table
Curried Butternut Squash and Pear Soup from Goodlicious
If you’d like to pin any of these ideas, please visit the blog where it lives! Let me know which ones you’d like to try in the comments below.
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