Have a recipe of your own to share?Submit your recipe
These will give you s(o)uperpowers.
Check out those chunks, huh? Get the recipe.
A couple of secret ingredients (roasted garlic and goat cheese) give this extra kick. Get the recipe.
Nothing in life feels better than sneaking tortellini into other foods. Tortellinception. Get the recipe.
Get the recipe.
Frozen peas are like little bright green miracles in the middle of winter. This soup is really easy to make, and the mint and yogurt make it nice and zingy. Get the recipe.
DIYing duck stock takes some time and effort, but you will be richly rewarded. Get the recipe.
Vegan but deliciously creamy thanks to coconut milk. Get the recipe.
Smitten Kitchen's recipe is based on a super-flavorful, slow-cooked broth (with a tiny bit of tomato paste) that would make a magical soup no matter what you put in it.
This recipe is written to be vegan, but feel free to swap in parmesan for the nutritional yeast. Get the recipe.
If clams aren't your jam! Get the recipe.
Making your own Thai-style curry paste is surprisingly easy. Try it! Get the recipe.
This version uses stock as well as half-and-half, so it's a little lighter (meaning you can eat more of it). Also boldly includes parsnips! Get the recipe.
This soup is vegetarian, but still hefty enough to keep a meat-eater happy. Get the recipe.
Fat-free half-and-half keeps this from being too heavy, and rotisserie chicken makes it easy. Get the recipe.
THIS IS IT, 'SNIPS. THIS IS YOUR TIME TO SHINE. Get the recipe.
The baked potato-esque toppings really take this to another level. Get the recipe.
Chewy rice cakes (which you can find in the freezer section of Korean or Asian groceries) are pretty much always the most delicious part of whatever dish they're in. That definitely applies here. Get the recipe.
That's right, toast IN the soup. Can you deal? This includes a smart recipe for stock made from stuff you'd otherwise throw out — onion skins and parmesan rinds — but regular chicken broth would be equally delicious. Get the recipe.
I did NOT know this was allowed. Did you know this was allowed? Get the recipe.
The great news here is a broth that's full of flavor but doesn't have to simmer for 8 hours — just 30 minutes. Get the recipe.
Easy recipes and cooking hacks right to your inbox