The toppings – bacon, cheese, sour cream, and fresh scallions – cut the soup’s richness by adding crunch, tang, and savory flavors. Go ahead and make it for the family on a chilly night. Make an economical and wholesome meal from a simple vegetable soup with one our easy, warming recipes. Whether you like a chunky soup or a smooth and creamy soup, it’s a completely satisfying dinner that can be made in minutes. Having a couple of healthy soup recipes up your sleeve enables you to easily pack veg into your meals. Whether it’s a classic minestrone, a vibrant tomato soup or the spicy root veg variety, a delicious soup is the ultimate comfort food.

Frozen Tater Tots, Cheddar cheese, ground beef, and cream of mushroom soup combine for a comfort food classic. This chicken and rice casserole is quick and easy to put together and will remind you of your grandma’s cooking. You’re in for a huge treat with this blueberry studded baked pancake–it’s rich and satisfying but surprisingly light tasting. The true magic of a Dutch baby is the contrast of texture between the crispy, crusty outside and the soft, custardy, fruity center.

Whisked eggs are stirred into simmering broth to thicken the soup and create delicate ribbons. This warm and comforting potato and bacon soup is a delicious choice for a crisp fall evening. Blend everyone’s favorite low-carb spud with floral lemongrass, fresh ginger, and creamy coconut milk for a Caribbean dish to warm even your coldest winter nights. Ladle into dark bowls for a bold contrast to the sunset-orange color (thanks, turmeric!), then give it a Pollock-like drizzle of coconut cream. This chicken noodle soup may be simple, but nothing’s wrong with that.

A single glass of lemonade with a blue and white straw sitting on a kitchen counter next to a full pitcher of lemonade. Made-from-scratch waffles are ready in less than 30 minutes with this basic waffle recipe. Cakey on the outside and fudgy in the middle, this easy brownie recipe really is the best! Bake up a batch of these tender, tasty Italian-seasoned meatballs with hints of Romano cheese and parsley.

Sustaining, nutritious, quick, easy and cheap to make, it’s no surprise that soups are so popular. You’ll find every type of pottage on the site, from classic watercress and gazpacho to roasted tomato and chilled versions too. This sinus-clearing soup is inspired by classic Szechuan beef noodle soup. Because some of the ingredients to make the traditional version require a trip to an Asian market , we approximated the flavors with supermarket items.

Serve the fresh garnishes with Bill Smith’s earthy soup to add color and crunch. With its lively dance of flavors, this soup is a spring tonic. For the sake of convenience, we call for canned low-salt chicken broth. Your family will love this fun departure from the Italian classic—and you’ll love its ease and simplicity. This delicious Creamy Leek and Parsnip Soup is perfect for serving on a chilly fall evening.

Tender, sweet, and sticky baby back ribs that only take 1 hour from prep to plate. If you like them with a little spice, add a teaspoon of cayenne pepper to the dry rub. I make this in my 8-quart Instant Pot® Duo; a 6-quart pot may require less liquid. Packed with mini meatballs, lettuce, tomatoes and chickpeas this hearty bowl of soup will not dissapoint your taste buds. Yellow tomatoes are a little less acidic than red, making this chilled soup’s flavor sublime. This lovely no-cook soup makes a refreshing entrée with a green salad.