Warm Up with 15 Comforting Recipes on Our To-Soup List #RecipeWednesday

RecWednesdaysBadge2Welcome back to Recipe Wednesday; another avenue to promote your very best content, this time in the form of your most favorite recipes on your blog. Each Wednesday when you visit HLB you’ll find the theme for the newest recipe round up.

Some weeks our themes read like cookbook chapters, spotlight ingredients or flavors, or simply request the best recipe for a certain situation. Find an appropriate recipe from your blog archives to fit the theme and add to the link up. Or be inspired to create a new theme-friendly dish worth posting about before next Wednesday.

Each week we feature a handful of our favorite recipes from the HLB community [learn how to become a Member of HLB here: HLB Membership How-To,] giving even more exposure to some of the best you’ve shared from your own kitchen. Let’s get to it, shall we?

Today’s Recipe Wednesday topic is ‘Favorite To-Soup List Recipes.  We’ve been keeping a list of the must make soups we find online – a To-Soup List! – and we’d love to add your favorite soups to the bunch, too!  We adore soups because they are often an EASY way to pack in nutrition and FLAVOR, while providing a comforting, no-fuss meal.

Here are 15 warming soup recipes from around the HLB community that we’ve recently added to our To-Soup List:
Wouldn’t these be great additions to your meal plan during these chilly months, too?

Vegan Lasagna Soup from Dianne’s Vegan Kitchen // You may not miss the meat and cheese in this vegan version, thanks to the meaty texture of crimini mushrooms and cheesy, nutty duo of walnut parm and cashew ricotta.

Easy Minstrone Soup from A Nutritionist Eats  // One of the keys to a winning soup is EASE and this recipe doesn’t disappoint. It’s also packed with nutrient-rich vegetables and protein-power-house beans, which makes it a great option for a healthy, hearty lunch or dinner.

Slow Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup from Dash of Evans // We love Ashleigh’s recipes because they are practical for busy families and often include tips to save money on groceries, suggestions to make favorite recipes even better, and kitchen shortcuts to save time.  This soup checks all three boxes by using affordable [and easy to stock up when it’s on sale!] canned and frozen produce in a healthified restaurant redo that utilizes the ultimate “set it and forget it” tool: the slow cooker!

Tuscan Chicken and Sorghum Soup from Holley Grainger MS RDN // You can use up the produce and chicken leftovers in your fridge with this nutrious soup featuring an outside the box whole grain – sorghum!  Holley also suggests subbing the sorghum for refrigerated tortellini in a cheesy twist sure to please any pasta lover.

Healthy Roasted Tomato Basil Soup from Hello to Fit // Everyone needs a classic tomato soup recipe to keep on hand for sick days and Grilled Cheese Dinner Night. A pot of this roasted tomato and basil goodness is definitely a contender for the A team.

Mexican Sweet Potato Chicken Soup from Eating Bird Food // Brittany’s recipes often fit a variety of diets and lifestyles.  This fiesta of flavor is grain-free, dairy-free, paleo and Whole30-friendly – a great option to fill the bowls of so many different January goals.

Creamy Cauliflower Cheese Soup with Smoked Paprika from Healthy Delicious // This soup is a fantastic use of frozen veggies and a great excuse to clean out the freezer.  It totally supports the case that ‘cauliflower and mozzarella’ is the new ‘broccoli and cheddar.’

Thai Coconut Lime Soup from Treble in the Kitchen // Who needs take out when you can have this budget friendly deliciousness ready in 30 minutes from your own kitchen!  Major freggie power here with zucchini, red peppers, carrots, and potatoes mingling together with classic Thai flavors of coconut and lime.

Enchilada Soup from Kim’s Cravings // A great pantry meal with the use of canned veggies and proteins, you can make this healthy soup a bit thicker to eat as a dip with tortilla chips. We’re majorly digging the dip idea for party nights especially!

Spicy Sausage and Potato Soup from The Almond Eater // If you want comfort, this hearty soup is for you! Smoky paprika, spicy chorizo, and rich yumon gold potatoes – oh, my!

Everyting But the Kitchen Sink Soup Instant Pot Leftover Soup from Cotter Crunch // Soup is a go-to ‘fridge clean out’ meal for sure and Lindsay knocks the concept out of the park with this holiday leftover soupy all star. Would it be wrong to plan another holiday meal in order to recreate this great idea?

Crock Pot Butternut Squash Soup from Running in a Skirt // Butternut squash is one of our favorite pieces of produce to use throughout the winter months.  Julie’s combo of other freggies in this soup – including a tart green apple – inhance the squash delightfully.

Green Tea Soup from The Chic Life // We love this idea Diana picked up from a tea house visit and think it would make a fun, fresh lunch dish for a tea party with friends.  Who wants to join the celebration?

Thai Chicken Curry Soup from My Bizzy Kitchen // Perfect for a chilly day, the ginger spice in this Thai curry will surely warm you up.  You can also use no/low salt broth to save yourself on the sodium.

Step by Step Tortellini, Tomato, and Spinach Soup from Relishments // A soup so easy even the most beginner cooks can manage to ace it.  This one comes together quickly and as Emily suggests in her post it’s a pantry-friendly recipe; keep all the ingredients on hand for when you need a quick, satisfying meal.

Now it’s time for the link up!  Find a recipe on your blog showcasing your favorite soup and link it up below. We’ll also be sharing some of our favorite recipes we’ve found on HLB members’ blogs on social media today with the hashtag #ToSoupList

If you don’t have a recipe that fits this week’s theme on your blog, why not make one and share it this week? Let HLB’s Recipe Wednesday series be a pool of inspiration for your recipe creation and post ideas.

Please limit yourself to 2 recipes per blogger. If you enjoy our weekly roundups, we’d love if you shared about Recipe Wednesdays with your blends and followers!


  1. By Dianne


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