Summer is almost gone and some of us are getting ready for fall. You can even feel the sweet and savory flavors of fall. And there is one thing that most people look forward to. It’s the different varieties of healthy fall soup recipes that will not just warm our tummies but will also give us comfort.
Here are some of our favorite soups to spice up your fall food fare.
Vegan Autumn Soup: Curried Cauliflower Rice & Kale Soup
We all have our treasured fall vegetable soup recipes from our mom or grandma, but have you tried this vegan autumn soup?
Aside from being delicious, this soup packs a super healthy punch with its super-food ingredients and anti-inflammatory spices. Believe it or not, it’s also non-dairy!
Don’t worry, though, you won’t even notice with its thick, creamy-like texture. It’s a recipe that you’d want to pass down.
Master the recipe with Cotter Crunch.
Classic Healthy Fall Soup Recipes: Roasted Acorn & Butternut Squash Soup
Of course, nothing says “fall” as much as savory, rich squash soup, right? What we love about this butternut squash recipe is that you can make it sweet or spicy.
Then, go ahead and top it off with all your fall favorites.
Get the recipe at Foodie in New York.
Rainy Day Soup: Slow Cooker Sweet Potato & Cauliflower Soup
This delicious soup represents some of the best flavors of fall and you can totally make it your own with your favorite toppings. It’s also the perfect rainy day soup.
Wait, did someone say bacon?! It has a beautifully creamy texture from the cream cheese and blends oh-so-well with the cauliflower.
Get the recipe from Peas and Crayons.
Turmeric Miso Soup
If you want a hint of Asia in your soup or a whole helping of it, you will be glad you found this Turmeric Miso soup recipe.
It’s one of the most savory soup broths that we found. It’s perfectly crafted for the flavor-loving vegan in your life, it’s healthy and incredibly simple to make.
If don’t happen to be a vegan, you can rest assured — chicken or turkey make a perfect swap-out for the tofu.
Get the recipe at Vegan Richa.
Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup
Now, we all know that every family should have kid friendly soup recipes, right? This one is for you.
This delicious tortilla soup is all about the add-ins. You can top it off with anything from avocado and cilantro to sour cream and tasty cheeses.
Or, if you’re truly pro-status, you can mix in all of the above and more! One of the greatest things about this recipe is the minimal amount of effort that goes into it and you can ask your kids to help as well.
Find out how to make it at Wholefully.
Italian Orzo Spinach Soup
Pasta or rice — how do you decide? It’s too tempting.
Well, if you’re feeling them both, you’re in luck, because orzo pasta is a fine combination between the two. And, if you’re looking to cut out the meats while packing in the flavor, this veggie-filled soup checks all the boxes.
Get the recipe from Gimme Some Oven.
Spicy Ancho Turkey Chili
Looking for the perfect soup for a crowd? This Spicy ancho turkey chili soup is perfect for you and your visitors.
Whether you’re looking for a warm, spicy appetizer or a hearty entrée that brings the heat, you can’t go wrong with whipping up a batch of this chili. As a bonus, swapping out the beef for ground turkey gives you extra points in the health bank. Yummy!
Get the recipe from Pinch Of Yum.
Oh no! Have a cold? Don’t worry, this Khao Soi soup is the best homemade soup for a cold. Rest and let your loved one cook this Thai-inspired coconut curry chicken noodle soup.
Don’t worry, it’s not that complicated. The recipe is far easier than you might think. So, if your favorite Thai spot is still in shutdown, treat yourself to their cuisine with this soup right at home.
Get the recipe at I Am A Food Blog.
Greek Avgolemono Soup
Do you love Greek cuisine? Well, if that’s the case, this Avgolemono soup will become your new fall fave.
Like a combo between a tasty egg-drop soup combined with the classic flavors of chicken noodles, but with orzo. As an added plus, it will help kick a cold (or just the winter-time blues) right in the pants!
Get the recipe at Sweet Tea and Thyme.
Turkey and Wild Rice Soup
Lastly, a hearty, flavor-packed soup just doesn’t get any easier than this. Get turkey, kidney beans, rice, and celery in a pot and add some chicken broth, water, and a handful of mouthwatering spices.
Cook it for 30 minutes until you can dig right in.
Get the recipe from Creme de la Crumb.
In a Nutshell
If our healthy fall soup recipes made you hungry, then cook one for you and your family. You don’t have to wait until fall officially starts to enjoy these comforting soups.
Serve it anytime and enjoy!