I hereby declare that salad-season is officially over! Weather this cold calls for one thing, and one thing only: soup, and lots of it.

We’re not talking any kind of tin-canned, watered-down, weird-flavoured nonsense though. What your wintery lunch needs is something truly warming – a proper, nourishing, hearty, classic soup.

No doubt you already have a favourite – we all do, right? Whether it’s mushroom, broccoli and stilton or chicken, we have the BEST of the best in our soup recipe roundup for you to try at home.

These soups seriously are super special – why not cook up a batch to have for your lunch this week?

1. 4-ingredient, 10-minute tremendously tasty tomato soup

It’s no secret that the Nation loves tomato soup – just ask Heinz if you don’t believe us.

Tinned tomato soup is ok, but it’s got nothing on the homemade version, neither in taste nor nutrition.

This extremely easy recipe from A Virtual Vegan is perfect even for inexperienced cooks. Heinz tomato soup lovers, you’re about to be converted!

2. Lovely leek & potato soup

You may think you’ve had proper leek and potato soup before, but this traditional, Irish version is in a league of its own.

The View From Great Island’s recipe is sensationally simple, yet undeniably tasty. With an emphasis on quality, rich ingredients, it will hit your shop-bought favourite out of the park.

3. Colourful carrot & coriander soup

Next up we have another classic – carrot and coriander soup. Alongside the taste, we reckon it’s the colourful, autumnal colours that make this soup such a hit.

Domestic Gothess certainly nails the vibrancy with her soup recipe. It looks so lovely, you’ll feel warm before you’ve even taken your first mouthful.

4. Classic chicken soup recipe

Chicken soup is arguably one of the most humble, yet deliciously-filling meals there is – it just screams Winter. A solid, classic recipe is, therefore, something we deem as essential.

We have just the one you’ve been looking for. Grandma’s Gluten Free Recipes has shared the chicken soup she grew up eating as a kid, and it really is fantastic.

Try it, memorize it, love it!


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