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Bean Soup Recipes

Beans come in all shapes, colors and sizes and can be used in these tasty bean soup recipes, including black bean soup, white bean soup, bean chili, vegetable bean soup and more.

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Over-the-Rainbow Minestrone

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Crystal Schlueter
This colorful soup is vegetarian-friendly and full of fresh flavors from a rainbow of vegetables. You can use any multi-colored pasta in place of the rotini. —Crystal Schlueter, Northglenn, Colorado
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Italian Sausage & Kale Soup

Italian Sausage & Kale Soup

Italian Sausage & Kale Soup

The first time I made this colorful soup, our home smelled wonderful. We knew it was a keeper to see us through cold winter days. —Sarah Stombaugh, Chicago, Illinois

Campfire Bean 'N' Ham Soup

Campfire Bean 'N' Ham Soup

Campfire Bean 'N' Ham Soup

These are the best beans and ham you'll ever taste—bar none! Friends rave about this hearty soup that I serve hot off the grill. For easy cleanup, consider covering the outside of your Dutch oven with heavy-duty foil first. —Tom Greaves, Carrollton, Illinois
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White Bean Sausage Soup

White Bean Sausage Soup

White Bean Sausage Soup

This is such a delicious and flavorful soup. It is sure to warm up any winter night and is so smooth.—Linda Miranda, Wakefield, Rhode Island

Steak-n-Vegetable Soup

Steak-n-Vegetable Soup

Steak-n-Vegetable Soup

This weeknight steak soup packs rich flavor into a light broth. My family loves the blend of southwestern flavors. —Rebecca Ridpath, Cedar Park, Texas

Spill-the-Beans Minestrone

Spill-the-Beans Minestrone

Spill-the-Beans Minestrone

A meal in itself, here's a hearty soup from Reuben Tsujimura in Walla Walla, Washington that's chock-full of good-for-you veggies and vitamins. Serve with crunchy breadsticks and no one will even miss the meat!

The South in a Pot Soup

The South in a Pot Soup

The South in a Pot Soup

With black-eyed peas, sweet potatoes, ground beef and comforting spices, this soup has every wonderful memory from my childhood simmered together in one tasty pot. —Stephanie Rabbitt-Schapp, Cincinnati, OH

White Bean Bisque

White Bean Bisque

White Bean Bisque

Cute parmesan crisps make a zippy topping for this rich, full-flavored soup from Linda Miranda of Wakefield, Rhode Island. "We love the Italian sausage garnish," she says.

Garden Minestrone Soup

Garden Minestrone Soup

Garden Minestrone Soup

Brimming with a harvest of garden bounty, this quick-to-fix soup from Heather Ryan of Brown Dee, Wisconsin is fresh-tasting and nutritious. The tomato-based broth is chock-full of everything from carrots and zucchini to garbanzo beans and elbow macaroni.

Kielbasa Bean Soup

Kielbasa Bean Soup

Kielbasa Bean Soup

I usually make double batch of this meaty vegetable soup and freeze some in serving-size containers. It makes a nice meal for busy days or unexpected guests. —Emily Chaney, Penobscot, Maine



Flavorful Meatball Soup

Flavorful Meatball Soup

Flavorful Meatball Soup

Rebecca Phipps shares a favorite entree soup from her kitchen in Rural Hall, North Carolina. “My husband and I are both diabetics and like to find tasty recipes like this one that are in line with our dietary requirements.” TASTY TIP Rebecca Phipps likes to serve her Meatball Soup with baked wheat tortilla triangles, fresh fruit and a variety of cubed cheeses to round out this meal.

Creamy White Bean Chili

Creamy White Bean Chili

Creamy White Bean Chili

"When I was a child, white beans were a staple at our table," says Gloria. "My husband, Bill, also loves to eat beans. "Our four children, six grandchildren and one great grandchild are not as fond of beans, but they still enjoy this tempting chili."

Red Bean Vegetable Soup

Red Bean Vegetable Soup

Red Bean Vegetable Soup

Cajun seasoning boosts the flavor of this brothy soup. The easy recipe makes a big batch that's loaded with beans and fresh veggies. —Ronnie Lappe, Brownwood, Texas

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
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