These American-style soups are hearty, comforting, and can be on the table in no time. From classics like chicken noodle and corn cream to hearty beef or bean stews, these delicious soup recipe ideas are the perfect warming dish for the family.
The best soups are the ones that come from your own kitchen, made with love and care. They’re hearty, comforting, and can produce enough leftovers for days.
These American-style soups are perfect as fuss-free dinners for a cold winter day or when you’re feeling under the weather. You won’t find any canned ingredients here. Just wholesome homemade goodness that tastes better than anything from a can.
Old Fashioned Vegetable Beef Soup
Where better to start than with this classic winter warmer? Our vegetable beef soup is a delicious and hearty stew made with fresh tender beef, onion, potatoes, and carrots, before finished with a hint of spice from the hot pepper sauce. Soups don’t come much more comforting than this.
Beet and Fennel
Despite its borscht-like appearance, this hearty recipe can be enjoyed outside of the cold months. It combines a delicate balance between beets and herbs, while adding garlic and ginger for a little added heat. This beet fennel soup recipe is vegan-friendly but will win over meat-lovers alike. It takes just a few ingredients and is incredibly easy to prepare.
Beef and Vegetable Soup
One large pot and one hour are all that you need to make this hearty soup. Make it for lunch or serve it for dinner. It’s easy to prepare, and it takes only a few minutes of prep time before the slow cooker does the rest.
Chicken Noodle Soup
This home-style chicken noodle soup makes a wonderful side dish. It tastes even better the next day if you have any leftovers. We love this classic because it is so versatile. You can use any noodles that you like, or even rice to mix things up.
This recipe contains the perfect balance of rich and creamy in one bowl. This is a quick, easy and delicious soup that can be made in about 30 minutes. It has just the right amount of creamy richness to satisfy any craving for corn chowder. It’s so simple to prepare. Try adding a cup of shredded cheddar or bacon for a serious flavor upgrade.
Great Northern Bean Soup
This soup is made from a mix of white beans, onions, and fresh vegetables. It’s an easy-to-make soup with lots of flavors that will warm you up on a cold day.
The ingredients are also very inexpensive which makes this dish an excellent option for any budget-conscious cook or family looking to save money during the holidays. This soup is also an excellent source of fiber, protein, and iron.
Hearty Beef Soup
This beef soup is great for those winter nights when you want a hearty dish that is easy to prepare. It’s made with only six ingredients and has plenty of flavor thanks to the tomatoes, onions, garlic powder, parsley flakes, black pepper and Worcestershire sauce.
This recipe takes just 30 minutes from start to finish which means it would be perfect for a weeknight meal, or you can batch-cook and save the leftovers.
This rich-tasting and hearty potato soup is full of flavor and perfect for lunch or dinner. It’s sure to satisfy any comfort food cravings you might have. It’s cheesy, it’s creamy and the bacon balances it out with a touch of smokiness. The best part about this recipe? You can make it on your stovetop in under an hour.
This dish blends creamy, spicy, and sweet in perfect harmony. Canned pumpkin tastes good and is easy to use, or you can use pumpkin puree if you prefer.
The blend of ingredients on show here provides a hint of sweetness. The spices are subtle but still pack in strong flavors like coriander, cumin, cinnamon, and ginger to give this dish just the right heat. It can be served as a starter or even an appetizer for your next dinner party.
One Pot Chicken and Vegetable Soup
When you need to warm up, there’s nothing like a delicious bowl of chicken and vegetable soup! This dish contains tender-crisp veggies, which are cooked all together with garlic and onion. They carry a deep flavor from being steamed or sautéed beforehand.
A touch of cilantro adds some brightness, which balances out the richness of the cream base and bacon bits scattered throughout. It might not be as filling as other soups because it doesn’t contain beans, but if you want something lighter, this recipe is perfect.