By Erin Odom, Contributing Writer
Fall finally arrived in North Carolina this week, and instead of short sleeved shirts and flip flops, we’re finally donning the comfortable hoodies and fur-lined slippers.
And now it’s time to break out the soup recipes.
I’m the type that could eat soup all year round, but my husband is a different story. So we make a compromise and eat soup about once per week from about October through March.
We’ve been talking about a lot of home remedies this month, and let me tell you about just about the easiest and cheapest remedy ever: a homemade soup! Especially if made with homemade bone broth, soups are super nourishing.
Without further ado, check out these nourishing soups for cold and flu season:
- Mushroom Soup with Herbs
- Spud Special Soup
- Creamy Chicken and Rice Soup
- Cream of Tomato Soup
- Hamburger Soup
- Creamy Potato Soup with Veggies
- Canned Soup Replacement
- Homemade Cream of Chicken Soup (used as a base in a casserole or eaten alone)
- Cheeseburger Soup
- Garlic Leek Soup with Egg (Katie is actually running an entire month of nourishing soups!)
- Simple Soup for Spring and Summer
If you’re ready to branch out, be sure to check out how to make a soup from scratch without a recipe.