12 Best Taco Soup Recipes [Easy Broth Ideas]

Easy taco soups for all food lovers. Mexican-inspired broths and stews with ground beef, chicken and vegetables.

Best Taco Soup Recipes

We’ve picked out 12 of the best taco soup recipes, ranging from spicy to mild with plenty of ingredients such as chicken, beef, beans, rice and vegetables. This collection will please any palette!

If you are looking for some new ways to spice up your cooking and add a little Mexican flare, then this post is just what you need. With ingredients including creamy chicken to pinto beans, it is easy to see why so many people love these tender recipes.

Shredded Chicken

chicken taco soup

This easy chicken taco soup uses leftover rotisserie chicken, shredded and slowly reheated in the broth to enrich it with heat. Stewed in classic Tex Mex spices and loaded with kidney beans and vegetables, there aren’t many soups that are as hearty as this.

Instant Pot Pinto Bean & Ground Beef

Instant Pot Taco Soup

This soup is a snap to make in an instant pot! It’s filled with black beans, pinto beans, ground beef, ranch dressing, and herbs. Be as creative as you want with taco toppings such as sour cream, lettuce tomatoes, or homemade guacamole.

This recipe is a perfect choice for a winter evening dinner because it’s filling and comforting, not to mention that it’s quick and simple. You can either add ground beef or ground turkey for protein – or even choose to do without meat altogether!

The best part of this recipe is that the flavor gets better and better for every day you keep it in your fridge. I recommend making a few batches at once to have plenty on hand because, not only does it taste good but there are so many great toppings!

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Creamy Chicken

Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup

This soup is perfectly seasoned and great for dipping tortillas in or using as a full meal. Made with shredded chicken, black beans, corn kernels, chopped tomatoes, minced onion. All simmered in water and then blended with cream cheese. It’s topped off with grated cheddar cheese, sour cream, and avocado slices to mimic the toppings on tacos.

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Slow Cooker Beef & Black Bean

Slow Cooker Taco Soup

Like so many great recipes, this soup yields a large batch and is so simple to make. We love it because it’s thick and hearty, but not heavy at all. You can also blend in a little tomato sauce to make it a bit chunkier. It gets a kick from the use of ground cumin and chili powder plus with loads of garlic for flavor.

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Chicken & Guacamole

Pressure Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup

This is the perfect cold weather recipe. It’s full of vegetables and beans, plus all the goodness from a rotisserie chicken or leftover roasted meat. Plus, it cooks in just under an hour so you can have soup on your table for dinner tonight! This soup has lots of fresh flavor thanks to onion, garlic, bell pepper (use less if you want), tomato paste, cumin seed powder and salt.

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Shredded Chicken & Black Bean

Instant Pot Chicken Taco Soup

This is a pressure cooker recipe so it takes just 30 minutes to cook. It’s perfect for those days when you need something hearty and comforting but don’t have much time to spend in the kitchen. This soup has all your favorite taco flavors: Shredded chicken, ground beef, onion, garlic, and chili powder. Plus lots of fresh corn, beans, and tomatoes. The finishing touch is cilantro, providing that extra pop of color as well as a refreshing citrus note.

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Chicken & Cilantro

Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup

The unique part of this tortilla soup recipe is that it uses corn masa (flour) to help with thickness. Otherwise, the recipe calls for familiar ingredients as would be found in tortilla soup such as fire-roasted corn and black beans. If you are a fan of using crockpots, this soup is definitely one for you to try as it takes roughly 8 1/2 hours from start to finish. Full of flavor, this dish is great for protein lovers!

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Ground Beef & Jalapeños

Easy Taco Soup

Unlike the recipe above, this recipe requires just 30 minutes to prepare. Feel free to substitute kidney beans and add in some jalapenos for some extra spice if you like. Adding toppings such as avocado, sour cream, or shredded cheese for garnish can add plate appeal. This soup is not only simple to prepare and versatile, it has the potential to become a favorite appetizer – just add chips!

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Slow Cooker Beef & Ranch Dressing

Slow Cooker Taco Soup

Another one for the slow cooker chef, cook time can start in the morning and be ready by the time you get home from work. Just add the ingredients to the slow cooker, mix, and savor. Prepared using kidney and pinto beans, this recipe can also be tailored to your liking in terms of spice and flavor combinations. The meat can be substituted for ground turkey or pork as well.

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Creamy Keto Beef & Cream Cheese

Low Carb Keto Creamy Taco Soup

Rotel, cream cheese, and beef broth add unique flavor to this recipe. This keto soup recipe is loaded with protein and low on carbs. This dish can be added to your recipes that are even better the next day as refrigerating overnight gives more time for the flavors to blend. Although this recipe can be a hearty meal during the winter months, it can also be a great menu item for gatherings with friends and family year-round.

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Rotel Tomatoes & Green Chilies

creamy ground beef taco soup topped with avocado and black beans

If you need something quick and easy for a weeknight dinner, this ground beef taco soup can be made in just thirty minutes.

The flavor and creaminess of this recipe are provided by canned tomatoes and cream cheese, and your choice of chicken or beef broth. Top with tortilla chips, sour cream, and cilantro for some extra color.

Chili Beans & Corn

Easy Taco Soup

This recipe is one where soup meets stew and becomes “stoup” (coined by Rachel Ray). Whether you want to prepare it in a slow cooker or in a pot on the stovetop, this taco soup is great for any day of the week. Instructions for both preparation methods are included in the recipe. You can add tomato paste for more depth of flavor and use lean ground beef for less fat. Delicious!

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