Savory Fall Soups

By Jodee Weiland

With fall here and winter coming up soon, the season has arrived when everyone appreciates a hot bowl of soup. Soup recipes help ease us into cooler weather by warming us up when the temperatures drop and taking the the chill away. Sometimes a bowl of hearty soup and some good crusty bread can be just what we need to feel warm again. I’m not a big fan of winter, but I am a fan of Savory Fall Soups.

My soup recipes that I have included here are delicious, satisfying, and will definitely help warm up the cooler days ahead. One recipe is made with leftover turkey and is a great way to use your Thanksgiving turkey leftovers. Two of the soup recipes use kale, one with a lot of vegetables and the other with navy beans and vegetables. Another soup recipe uses escarole with navy beans and chicken sausage. The final two soups are two of my favorites, a savory white bean soup with tomato and finally, a tasty split pea soup. All of these soups are absolutely delicious and healthy as well. So whichever one you choose to make, I feel certain you will love it.

In the fall and winter, I love fires in the fireplace and Savory Fall Soups. I even enjoy sitting outdoors around a fire pit enjoying the fall weather, if it isn’t too cold outside. These Savory Fall Soups will help warm up the cold days and leave everyone feeling satisfied. Just click on the following links to find each recipe, enjoy!

Escarole Soup with Chicken Sausage and Navy Beans

Kale and White Bean Soup…Good as Well as Healthy

Lemony Kale Basil Mushroom Soup with a Lemon Slice and Parmesan!

Savory White Bean Soup…A Delicious Vegetarian Soup!

Split Pea Soup…A Delicious Way to Warm Up!

Turkey Vegetable Soup with Wild Rice…A Great Way to Use Leftover Turkey!


12 thoughts on “Savory Fall Soups

    • Thanks, Julie! The turkey vegetable with wild rice is definitely a favorite around here and a great way to use leftover Thanksgiving turkey. Thanks for stopping by to chat with me!

  1. I was just thinking today that it’s time to start making some soups so I can post them to the blog. I was out at thrift stores looking for some food photography props and was specifically looking for good soup bowls. The bowls I use myself are an olive green or royal blue, which are great for light colored soups but not darker colored soups.
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    • I know what you mean. I have to get some white bowls and dishes for food photos, along with a few solid colors. Thanks for stopping by to visit!

    • Thanks, Judy! We love soup in our home. I try to keep them healthy as well. Thanks for stopping by to visit with me!

    • Thanks, Liz! The split pea soup is great and if you add that ham bone, it will be even better. Thanks for stopping by to visit and chat with me!

    • Thank you! These soups are served often in our home. Some more than others but we love them all. Thanks for stopping by to visit with me!

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