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7 Warm and Comforting Soup and Stew Recipes

November 2, 2016
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Now that fall is in full swing, and the holidays aren’t far away, I thought I’d share a roundup of a few of my favorite soup and stew recipes with you in the hopes of making your meal planning–and life–a bit easier!



Since fall is all about keeping things warm and cozy, my suppers this time of year revolve around hearty and flavorful soups, stews, and chilis.  I love throwing a bunch of ingredients in a pot or Dutch oven and just letting it simmer while I take care of other things.  (Plus, it makes the house smell amazing while it cooks!)

All of the recipes I’m sharing here are quick and easy to put together, healthy, family-friendly, and most-importantly, delicious!  Simply add a side salad and some bread, and dinner is done.

If you’re looking to make your life simpler and happier, you’re going to love these 7 warm and comforting recipes.  They’re fast, they’re flavorful, and the perfect ending to a chilly day!

Just click on the recipe titles or photos to take you to each recipe.

7 Warm and Comforting Soup and Stew Recipes

#1:  Football Stew – this can be made in a slow cooker or in the oven–either way, it’s wonderful!

Slow Cooker Football stew

#2:  Zuppa Toscana – our favorite soup of all!  I make this version of Olive Garden’s classic  year-round.

Homemade Zuppa Toscana

#3:  The Best Chicken Vegetable Soup — so comforting and so good for you!

The Best Chicken Vegetable Soup with Rice

#4: Pasta e Fagioli — another of our favorites, adapted from Olive Garden’s.  This amazing soup/chili goes together in a flash!

Pasta Fagioli (Italian Chili with Pasta and Beans)

#5: Super Bowl Chili — I’ve been making this wonderful chili for years.  Dave loves it!

Super Bowl Chili

#6: White Chicken Chili — I won a local chili cook-off with this amazing recipe!

White Chicken Chili

#7: Chicken Tortilla Soup — This is one of my easiest and tastiest recipes.  Your family will love this one!

The Best Chicken Vegetable Soup

Most of these fall soups and stews make a big pot, so why not invite someone over to share your meal with?  After all, everybody loves soup!

xo jane

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