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Comfort Food Soup Recipes

Warm up the stovetop or the slow cooker to make these hearty comfort food soup recipes, including potato soup, gumbo, chicken soup, chowder, tomato soup, bisque, pea soup and more.

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Talk about hearty. This veggie-packed clam chowder really satisfies. Butter up some crusty bread and you have yourself a complete meal. —Carol Bullick, Royersford, Pennsylvania
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Simple Minestrone

Simple Minestrone

Simple Minestrone

Make this classic recipe extra quickly for a cool winter night. It is chock-full of vegetables and has a wonderful smokey flavor.—Regina Cook, Fort Worth, Texas

Wild Rice Chowder

Wild Rice Chowder

Wild Rice Chowder

Our Test Kitchen adapted Amy Chop's recipe to use up leftover wild rice. “I found this years ago, and it has become a family favorite,” says the Oak Grove, Louisiana cook. TIP: “Try adding cooked chicken or smoked sausage. There are endless possibilities for new and exciting variations,” Amy says.

Wild Rice Chicken Soup

Wild Rice Chicken Soup

Wild Rice Chicken Soup

This hearty soup from our Test Kitchen is chock-full of tender thigh meat and veggies, pleasantly seasoned with savory and garlic.
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Potato Beer Cheese Soup

Potato Beer Cheese Soup

Potato Beer Cheese Soup

This satisfying potato soup has a velvety texture that's not too thick or too thin. The subtle flavors of beer and cheese balance each other nicely, creating a soup that's sure to warm you head to toe. —Patti Lavell, Islamorada, Florida

Creamless Creamy Squash Soup

Creamless Creamy Squash Soup

Creamless Creamy Squash Soup

Here's my go-to recipe for family and friends' get-togethers. One time, my niece devoured three bowls of it and we had to stop her from a fourth so others could have one last spoonful! —Sharon Verea, Thomasville, Georgia

Beef Soup in a Hurry

Beef Soup in a Hurry

Beef Soup in a Hurry

Loellen Holley needs just a few canned goods to stir up this comforting microwave mixture. “I call this ‘throw-together soup‘,“ says the Topock, Arizona cook. “Serve it with a green salad and hot bread or rolls,“ she suggests. “You can also simmer this soup in a slow cooker.“

Old-Fashioned New England Fish Chowder

Old-Fashioned New England Fish Chowder

Old-Fashioned New England Fish Chowder

Adjust the flavor by adding a bay leaf or dried thyme along with the potatoes (discard bay leaf before serving). Or garnish each serving with chopped fresh parsley or crumbled cooked bacon.

Flavorful Cream of Carrot Soup

Flavorful Cream of Carrot Soup

Flavorful Cream of Carrot Soup

"Packed with vitamin-rich ingredients, this soup is both beautiful and delicious," assures LaVonne Hegland of St. Michael, Minnesota.

Split Pea Soup with Ham & Jalapeno

Split Pea Soup with Ham & Jalapeno

Split Pea Soup with Ham & Jalapeno

To me, this spicy pea soup is total comfort food. I cook it low and slow all day, and it fills the house with a yummy aroma. It's so good with a nice, crispy baguette. —Chelsea Tichenor, Huntington Beach, California

Minestrone with Turkey

Minestrone with Turkey

Minestrone with Turkey

I remember my mom making this soup; now I make it as often as I can. It's a good way to use up leftover vegetables. Sometimes I add a can of rinsed and drained kidney or garbanzo beans. —Angela Goodman, Kaneohe, Hawaii

Smooth Carrot Soup

Smooth Carrot Soup

Smooth Carrot Soup

Robyn Larabee’s bright and creamy carrot soup is her young son’s very favorite. “He requests it often,” she writes from Lucknow, Ontario. “I like that it’s fast, easy and makes a perfect amount for the two of us when my husband is away at work.”
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