Fall is here and for those of us in the Northern hemisphere there’s one thing that makes saying goodbye to warmer days more bearable: it’s soup weather, baby!
Homemade soup is the perfect lunch; make a big batch on a Sunday evening and dole yourself out a flask or microwavable lunchbox-sized portion every day for a quick and super-nutritious meal. Browse the very best fall soup recipes here.
The big jack-o-lantern pumpkins grown for this time of year are all looks and no flavor. Seek out “sugar pumpkins” for this darn good soup. The sweet, firm flesh is much less stringy than their carving counterparts and is balanced out perfectly with the salty, crispy bacon here.
This quick and easy black bean soup is packed with warming flavors like garlic, chili, and ginger. If you’re making a big batch in advance, it’s best to keep the soup in the fridge but make the noodles fresh every time. This keeps them from soaking up the liquid and getting soggy.