Summer's almost over and I don't know about everywhere else but Byron just got a little chilly. I don't mind this one bit because it means, it's time to start making soup!
I love making soups because they're cheap, simple, and a great way to use old vegetables. Got a fridge full of veggies and not sure what to do with them? Make soup!
Now that the seasons are changing, here are a few of our favourite soup recipes you'll definitely find us making over the coming weeks and months.
Mushroom and Parsnip Soup
Grey is not the prettiest of soup colours, but what this soup lacks in aesthetics, it makes up for in the flavour department.
Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup
This recipe is the perfect combo between a soup and a stew. It’s hearty, filling and comforting. I love to load it up with all the toppings or even cook the leftovers a little further and use it as a topping on baked sweet potatoes. Delish!
Broccoli and Bacon Soup with Toasted Seeds
Broccoli soup. It’s probably not the first flavour that pops into your head, but last week I found myself with an extra head of broccoli from the week and I felt like doing something different. My soup was born.
Thai Pumpkin and Capsicum Soup
This is one of those hearty, soul-warming soups that is basic but by adding a new herb and some coconut cream it is transformed into a brand new experience. And it doubles as a great pasta sauce for a second dinner option or for fussy kids who need to have hidden veggies.
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What are some of your favourite soups?