10 easy fall soups to keep you warm as the weather gets cooler

10 easy fall soups to keep you warm as the weather gets cooler

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SALT LAKE CITY — Fall is a great season with great produce and great weather. It's easier to be outside during the middle of the day but gets pretty cool at night. This makes it a good time to whip out our favorite blankets and sweatshirts and cook stews and soups to warm up through the fall and winter.

Instead of cooking up any old soup, try out soups with fall produce like squash, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and carrots. Since these vegetables are in season, they'll be tastier and usually less expensive.

So cozy up and enjoy these 10 fall soup recipes from registered dietitians. They all take about 30 minutes or less to make, so you won't be left hungry after a long day. You can even pair them with your favorite protein and crusty bread.

1. Easy Pumpkin Soup by Jessica Ivey

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GIVE ME ALL THE PUMPKIN THINGS! 🎃⠀ This time of year I have been know to hoard cans and cans of pumpkin. Remember the pumpkin shortage scare of 2015? Well, the shortage never really happened, but I still find myself hoarding copious amounts of my favorite fall vegetable, just in case. Double tap if you too have multiple cans of the orange stuff in your pantry right now!⠀ So what's a girl to do with all that pumpkin? 🤷 I'm sharing a pumpkin recipe each week during October on my blog, and today I shared this Easy Pumpkin Soup. It's rich and creamy, but with less fat than many creamy soups (you'll have to click over to the recipe to see what I used in place of heavy cream). Enjoy with crusty bread and salad for a light fall dinner, or top with crispy kale chips like I did here. Recipe link in bio ⠀ ⠀

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2. Heart Warming Fall Veggie Soup by Jean Maxwell of Eat Like Jean

3. Curry Coconut Cauliflower Soup by Julie Andrews of The Gourmet RD

4. Creamy Carrot Cauliflower Soup by Amy Gorin of Amy Gorin Nutrition

5. Copycat Panera Autumn Squash Soup by Kara Hochreiter of Byte Sized Nutrition

6. Creamy Butternut Squash Tomato Soup by Colleen Christensen of Collen Christensen Nutrition

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Guys.... we have snow here in Michigan. ❄️ Not flurries that melt, I mean the stuff that sticks. 🙈 . This weather always makes me want to warm up with some creamy, dreamy soup, but a lot of the time the canned stuff is super heavy and has a whole lotta stuff that leaves me feeling sluggish and food coma-ed. 🙅‍♀️ Solution? This creamy butternut squash & tomato soup! . It’s loaded with antioxidants and uses no heavy cream to get it nice and thick! 🙌🏻 . I used @pomi_kitchen 100% fresh Italian strained tomatoes 🍅 which gave it the most fab tomato flavor! They make simple products with zero funny stuff ❤️ Recipe is on the blog now! Search “tomato soup” on the recipes tab . Double tap if you want to SWIM in this soup!! ‘Cause I’ll totally join you... . #ad #pomi #pomitomatoes #perfectionissimple

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7. Instant Pot Vegan Mushroom Barley Soup with Pumpkin by Rachael Hartley of Rachael Hartley Nutrition

8. Celeriac Apple Soup with Crispy Chickpeas by Lizzie Streit of It's a Veg World After All

9. Butternut Squash Tortilla Soup by Rachael Hartley of Rachael Hartley Nutrition

10. Brussels Sprouts Soup by Jodi Danen of Create Kids Club

Head to your local grocery store, farmers market or neighborhood fruit and vegetable stand to get your hands on some fresh local produce and get started on these delicious soups.

What's your favorite fall soup recipe? Share it in the comments below.

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Rebecca is a registered dietitian nutritionist who specializes in helping women find happiness and feel comfortable in their skin by empowering them to nourish their minds and their bodies. She runs a Salt Lake City-based nutrition business called Nourish Nutrition Co. Download her complimentary list of healthy foods to save you hours in the kitchen each week at nourishnutritionblog.com.


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