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Cheesy Ham 'n' Rice Soup

Here's a real gem! After tasting a similar soup at a popular restaurant in the Twin Cities, I came up with my own version. Everyone who tastes it says it's wonderful. Adding the almonds at the end gives the soup a fun crunch. -Nicole Weir, Hager City, Wisconsin
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Emily's Bean Soup

Emily's Bean Soup

Emily's Bean Soup

This is a wonderful fall or winter meal, served with thick slices of warm homemade bread. The recipe evolved over the years as I added to it. I often double it and freeze what we don't eat. That way, I can throw some in a pot for a quick meal or if unexpected guests drop by. —Emily Chaney, Penobscot, Maine

Portobello Mushroom Onion Soup

Portobello Mushroom Onion Soup

Portobello Mushroom Onion Soup

With a side salad, this makes a wonderful meal. Portobello mushrooms are a great addition to French onion soup. — Melissa Fitzgerald, Jeanette, Pennsylvania

Red Bean Vegetable Soup

Red Bean Vegetable Soup

Red Bean Vegetable Soup

The addition of Cajun seasoning boosts the flavor of this brothy soup shared by Ronnie Lappe of Brownwood, Texas. The easy recipe makes a big batch that's loaded with fresh vegetable chunks and canned beans.
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Tomato Garlic Soup

Tomato Garlic Soup

Tomato Garlic Soup

I like to make this soup when I'm expecting a lot of people for dinner. My guests enjoy it, too. —Lynn Thompson, Reston, Virginia

Oven Cheese Chowder

Oven Cheese Chowder

Oven Cheese Chowder

This hearty soup has a delicious blend of ingredients. I especially like it because it uses zucchini and tomatoes, which are abundant this time of year.

Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Many split pea soups use ham and bacon for good, smoky flavor. Taking it one amazing step further-add crab. Freeze this one without toppings (freeze the cooked bacon separately), then reheat soup in a saucepan. Feel free to add more chicken stock or broth when reheating if you need it. Sprinkle bacon and fresh crab on top of bowls of hot soup. Stephen Exel, Des Moines, Illinois

Winter Country Soup

Winter Country Soup

Winter Country Soup

My soup will warm your family up on the chilliest of winter nights! Featuring smoked sausage, beans and other vegetables, it’s a hearty way to start a meal or a satisfying lunch all by itself!

Stone Soup

Stone Soup

Stone Soup

After reading the “Stone Soup” story, our Test Kitchen enjoyed concocting this version of the folktale classic. It’s chock-full of veggies and lots more ingredients…enough for everyone to bring something to add to the fun and flavor!

Mushroom Potato Soup

Mushroom Potato Soup

Mushroom Potato Soup

A buttery mushroom flavor blends with potatoes, leeks and carrots to make this soup hearty and warming. A big steaming bowl hits the spot on a cold fall day. Waxy red potatoes and all-purpose Yukon Golds hold together well in boiling water.

Cider Turkey Soup

Cider Turkey Soup

Cider Turkey Soup

We suggest saving the turkey carcass from your Thanksgiving dinner to make this super soup the next day! Apple cider gives the broth a bit of sweetness.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Artichoke Tomato Bisque

Artichoke Tomato Bisque

Artichoke Tomato Bisque

Tomatoes and roasted sweet red pepper pair up to create a fabulous base for this herb cream soup. Serve it as a first course at holiday dinners and you'll be amazed at the compliments you receive.—Doty Emory, Jasper, Georgia
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