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A Week of Soups – 7 of our favorite soup recipes!

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We are soup people! I make sure to have soup, stew or chili on the menu at least once a week during cold weather. There’s just something so comforting about a bowl of soup!

My husband is an even bigger soup fan than I am, and he inspired this blog post. Recently while enjoying a bowl of soup over supper, he said, “we should just have a WEEK OF SOUPS and have it every night!”

That sounded like a good idea to me! I rounded up a week’s worth of our favorite soups so that you can celebrate soup week at your house, if you’re so inclined.

There are actually 9 recipes here, just to give you lots of variety. And also because I couldn’t choose just 7 soups. šŸ™‚

A WEEK OF SOUPS!

Monday: Chicken Noodle Soup
Tuesday: Roasted Potato-Bacon Soup
Wednesday: Chicken Gnocchi Soup (Olive Garden Copycat)
Thursday: Tuscan Sausage and Bean Soup
Friday: Chicken Sausage and Potato Chowder
Saturday: Quick Beef Chili

I don’t have photos for the last 3, but trust me – these are all delicious!

Sunday: Taco Soup
Alternate: Italian Chicken Stew
Alternate: White Chicken Chili

For the Chicken Chili, I only use 1/2 a can of Rotel and add several cups of chicken broth.

A few of my favorite things to serve with soup:

Tips for picky eaters:

  • Use crushed tomatoes or tomato sauce if it calls for diced tomatoes
  • Leave out or replace ingredients that they don’t like
  • Use an immersion blender or food processor to puree vegetables or to blend spinach into the soup
  • Top everything with cheese and bacon šŸ™‚

Who is in for a week of soups?!

6 thoughts on “A Week of Soups – 7 of our favorite soup recipes!

  1. They all sound so good. I like my soup really thick and creamy. When I made the Copycat Olive Garden Chicken Gnocchi Soup my husband said it was better than the Olive Garden.
    I did copy the Cheddar Bacon Cheeseball recipe. I am hosting book club in Feb. I think I will try it then. (If I can wait that long.)
    We don’t have Duke’s mayo in our stores. I know everyone raves about it. Maybe I should order it on Amazon.

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  2. I will be making meals soon for a friend having surgery. I was thinking that soup might be yummy and comforting, so I especially appreciate your recipes and tips. Thank you! You are a blessing to me!

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