12 Warm Soups for Bomb Cyclone Weather
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12 Warm Soups for Bomb Cyclone Weather

The arctic blast of the bomb cyclone calls for one thing and one thing only. SOUP.  Enjoy this roundup of soups that are sure to warm you to your core.


It’s been in the teens here in Dallas–a temperature I relish as a former Midwesterner-but that’s nothing compared to what @winterstormgrayson is bringing to our friends on the East Coast.  Frigid temperature and bone-chilling cold call for comfort and warmth when it comes to food & drink. Hot teas, hot chocolates, coffees, lattes and their counterparts all count warm liquids, as do mulled wine, warmed cider and Hot Toddies. Sounds good, right? One cannot exist on beverages alone, however. Don’t worry–I’ve got you covered in the SOUP department with this post. 

I’ve had soup 5 times in the last 10 days.. Chili. Beef and Barley. Matzoh Ball.  Black Bean. Egg Drop.  It’s comfort food in the truest sense of the word, right?  In an effort to help you stay warm–as well as use what’s in your pantry and fridge because who wants to go out in this weather—I’ve sourced delicious soup recipes from some of my favorite bloggers.  Get that stock pot, Instapot or Crockpot fired up……

As you’ll see from this curated selection of recipes, when it comes to soup, there very few rules. Use broth, stock or water. Use meat. Use beans. Use vegetables. Use a combo of them or all three. Add dried or fresh herbs and spices. Make it creamy or leave it brothy. Chunky or smooth. Rustic or refined. Add nuts and seeds, finishing oils, exotic ingredients or just use the basics. Soup is forgiving. Another one of the reasons we love it so.….

The only prerequisite for soup?  It must be served and eaten piping hot. No warm, lukewarm, tepid, etc. Hot food is to be eaten hot. Period. End of discussion.


Gretchen’s Garlic Tomato Soup



Emily’s Tumeric and Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque 



Julie’s Vegetable and Lentil Soup



Jennifer’s Broccoli Cheese Soup



Bailey’s One Pot Sausage, Spinach & Potato Soup



Slow Cooker Greek Chicken Stew from Jess



Slow Cooker Barley and Bean Soup from Liz


Life Changing Chili from Regan 



Smoked Sausage and White Bean Soup with Spinach from Aggie



Turkey Tortilla Soup from Deanna



Creamy Roasted Cauliflower Soup with Crispy Bacon from Jenny



Turkish Red Lentil Soup from Sally 


Does this list have you craving more? Check out these delicious soups:

Moroccan Lentil Soup from Natalie

Chunky Italian Turkey Fennel Soup from Anne

Crockpot Vegetable White Bean Soup from Karmen

Slow Cooker Creamy Tomato Soup with Tortellini from Ann

Creamy Pureed Mushroom Soup from Jessica

  • Farrah
    Posted at 14:15h, 06 January

    I want all these soups in my life right now, hahaha. It’s been so cold!! :’

    • Robin
      Posted at 13:29h, 23 January

      Wouldn’t that be awesome, Farrah!!