I refer to myself as an antisocial extrovert. Which basically means once I’m at a party, I thrive, but getting me out of the house is tough. These cooler months are especially difficult, since when it hits about 50 degrees outside, I’m ready to start binge watching netflix, burn some candles and see ya next May. I don’t love summer, and I can really hunker down with a good book and not miss being social. My favorite thing to make on a chilly night when it starts to get dark a little earlier is a comforting pot of soup. I joke that my blog should be called “Soupmaker Blog” because I make so. many. soups. So I have a treat for you soup-loving people! I compiled my favorite soups from the blog right here so you can try them out.
This simple French soup is perfect for a chilly night, and the addition of fresh Rosemary makes it extra special. With very few ingredients, you can pull of a beautiful weeknight dinner that everyone loves. Click here for the recipe.
This one is an oldie but a goodie, so don’t make fun of my old photos! I still make this one, and it’s healthy and delicious! Click here for the recipe.
This one is adapted from my Grandpa’s version of Gumbo. And he’s from New Orleans, so trust me–it’s really really great. You can make it in an instant pot (I’ve included instructions) or not! It’s your call.
This one packs a punch, but it’s the best way I’ve found to use harissa! It’s delicious and peppery, and you’ll love it.
This one is one of my absolute favorites! It’s delicious white beans simmered in broth with bacon and kale and finished off with a tempered egg to thicken the broth. I refer to it lovingly as breakfast soup.
Let’s not forget my friend Kevin’s ultra spicy pepper packed Chili Verde. It’s made with fresh tomatillos and every green pepper you can think of to make the perfect stew.
This one is simple and warming, and I have even made it while sick because it’s so easy. And it does cure all!
What are some of your favorite soups to make during these chilly months?