Delicious Pinterest Soup Recipes That Let Me Be Great.


That's the Stuffed Pepper Soup pictured above by Chef Savvy and it's the most recent yummy soup recipe I stumbled upon and made at home. It's quite delicious. I low-key LOVE making soups. You just throw all of your ingredients into a single pot, simmer and serve! Well, ok, so maybe it's not that simple, but it's close to being that simple, after you do all of your prep. And the fall season is the perfect time to pull out your soup pots, especially when the weather matches the season and it's nice and crisp outside. Soup making kinda doesn't work as well if you can still wear shorts and tank tops in October. Just my opinion. Anyway, keep scrolling to see a few more of the soups that let me be great in my kitchen! And I found them all on Pinterest.

Get the Stuffed Pepper Soup Recipe HERE

This Cabbage Roll Soup by Simply Stacie (above) is another good soup. Simply Stacie's recipe calls for ground beef, but I used ground turkey and it was still very tasty. I made a huge pot of this when I made it so I was able to share the wealth with a few family members. The ingredient flavors in this soup (worcestershire, fresh cabbage, basil, tomato) just worked really well together. I'm looking forward to making this soup again real soon.

Get the Cabbage Roll Soup Recipe HERE

This One Pot Chili Mac and Cheese by Damn Delicious (above) is unmistakable comfort food for your belly. I've made this one multiple times because it's that good. I LOVE this dish. Add some sour cream, bacon bits and more cheddar cheese on top... chile.

Get the One Pot Chili Mac and Cheese Recipe HERE

This copycat Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana Soup (above) is definitely the O.G. of my soup making. I remember when I first made this soup years ago and when I tasted it for the first time, I was like WHOA. It tasted the exact same as the restaurant! This one is by The Country Cook, and I've since modified my recipe a bit when I make this soup (I add bacon bits... YUM) and it just never, ever disappoints, it's so good. It's soup season y'all! And what better time than the fall to cook yourself up a pot of love and comfort? Have you tried any of these soups? Let me know!

Get the Olive Garden Copycat Zuppa Toscana Recipe HERE.