20 Classic Italian Soup Recipes We Can’t Resist
From minestrone and Italian wedding soup to pasta fagioli...we can't get enough! These classic Italian soup recipes will fill your belly and warm you right up.
Packed with veggies and pasta, there’s something for everyone in our favorite Italian minestrone soup recipe. You’ll be done with this one-pot wonder in about 30 minutes, then it’s ready to serve with a crisp salad or warm bread. Freeze the leftovers for up to six months!
This soup is a great way to use up stale bread. (Just toast it first for more texture.) Garlic-infused vegetables, warm broth and a kick of red pepper flakes make up the rest of the comforting flavors.
Nothing beats the classic flavor combination of tomatoes and basil. But what makes this tomato soup recipe extra special is the addition of pasta. The delicate orzo adds a satisfying bite to each creamy spoonful.
Serve a warm and hearty soup in minutes with this easy recipe. Ready-made refrigerated ravioli is the secret shortcut; use a store-bought rotisserie chicken to save even more time.
This recipe has an extra step because you’ll need to form and brown the meatballs first. The effort pays off once you take your first bite! Pasta, beans, tomatoes and seasonings finish off this delicious and filling soup.
This soup recipe combines two classic Italian favorites: tomato soup and ravioli. The tomato and meat base pairs perfectly with the soft, cheese-filled ravioli. The best part? It’s ready in 30 minutes.
Homemade meatballs, pasta shells and fresh spinach come together in a light and delicious broth. Browning the meatballs in the Dutch oven first helps flavor this soup to savory perfection.
Jarred spaghetti sauce helps turn this classic dish into an easy weeknight dinner. Meat, pasta and plenty of veggies make it filling as well as nutritious.
This soup is perfect if you’re looking for something a little lighter. It’s healthy, thanks to the turkey sausage and 8 whole cups of kale; but you won’t have to sacrifice flavor.
Use up extra zucchini and other vegetables with this yummy zucchini soup. You can omit the Italian sausage for a vegetarian-friendly option. You’ll have to plan for over an hour simmering time, but the result is worth the wait.
Most Italian soups are full of red sauce and sausage or red meat, so this chicken gnocchi is a pleasant change of pace. It’s easy to make with jarred Alfredo sauce and packaged gnocchi, but looks and tastes impressive.
It has a few extra steps than a standard set-it-and-forget-it recipe, but this convenient slow cooker soup gives you the taste of homemade lasagna with about half the hassle.
You can feed eight people with this delicious one-pot soup—and it’s ready in 30 minutes! All you need is some warm crusty bread and you’re ready for dinner.
Looking for something decadent and creamy? Look no further. This rich soup made with heavy whipping cream and potatoes, so it’s a hearty, filling meal at the end of a cold day.
This soup seems complicated, but it comes together in less than 30 minutes thanks to refrigerator tortellini and a store-bought rotisserie chicken. Don’t leave out the Parmesan cheese!
Here’s how to satisfy your pizza craving without the carbs and the guilt. This brothy soup is packed with veggies and sliced pepperoni. It’s pizza in a bowl!
Here’s another great soup recipe for when you have a lot of vegetables in the crisper drawer that need to be used. It calls for zucchini, onion and mushrooms, but feel free to sub in whatever you have in the fridge.