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Warm Up This Fall With One Of These Hearty Soups

Fire up that crockpot.

by Natalia Lusinski
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This cheesy cauliflower soup from fitness instructor Justine Cotton is not only easy to make, but barely takes any time to cook (less than 15 minutes!). It has chicken broth, too, but veggie lovers can use a vegetable-based option instead.

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This roasted tomato and red pepper soup by Zena’s Kitchen will definitely warm you up on a chilly day. Garlic, onions, and vegetable stock are a few of the key ingredients. Plus, the whole process will only take around 30 minutes from prep to first spoonful.

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If you’re looking for a cabbage soup recipe, try the Cabbage Soup by Butter Be Ready. Not only is cabbage healthy — it’s full of nutrients and may reduce inflammation — but this recipe is hearty and protein-rich, too, as it contains meatless crumbles.

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For a twist on the usual pumpkin soup, check out this Thai-roasted pumpkin soup recipe from Chef Udi Barkan. Aside from the pumpkin, it has some unique ingredients, like lemongrass stalks, lime juice, and coconut cream to thicken and make for a filling meal.

If you’re looking for Easy Baked Potato Soup, Natasha Bull can help you out. Just like a loaded baked potato would have scallions, shredded cheddar cheese, sour cream, and bacon, so, too, does this soup. It’s comfort food at its best with each spoonful!

This hearty navy bean and sausage soup by Reina of The Sofrito Project is full of savory flavor, with garlic, red pepper flakes, and spinach adding to the combination of flavors. It’s recommended to soak your navy beans overnight, though you can also use canned beans if you forget (or are short on time).

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Chicken noodle soup may be stereotypical, but it’s a classic for a reason — nostalgic and comforting year-round, but especially great for fall. Carrots, peppercorns, and dill help enhance the soup’s flavor, so don’t skimp on the veggies. (For this recipe, Julia Frey of @vikalinka even suggests making your own pasta.)

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We cannot think of fall without butternut squash soup, and the coconut curry recipe by Jackie Akerberg of @jackfruitfulkitchen is perfect. It strays from your traditional butternut squash recipe — in a delicious way! — and has ingredients like cardamom, coconut milk, and, of course, curry powder to give it a kick.

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