7 Soups For Your Fall Meal Prep
1. Sweet Potato, Apple Shallot Soup
This simple soup is a family favorite. We always kick off our Fall season with a huge batch and store it in the freezer for quick family dinners on busy nights. This soup was also one of my babies' first foods and remains a favorite 7 years later.
We love Taco Tuesday night, and during the Fall season, we turn it into a soup night. If you have extra ground beef, try making this loaded taco soup.
3. Creamy Chicken and Rice Crock Pot Soup
Creamy chicken soup is simple and basic for your meal prep. We love adding red pepper flakes to this dish to create a spicy option. If you don't have a ton of time, toss it in the crockpot and enjoy it for dinner. This can also be made in a pot on the stove in about 45 minutes.
4. Leftover Roast Chicken Soup with Veggies
I hate wasting food. I think soup is an easy way to use up veggies and leftovers that might not get used otherwise. Danielle Walker's Soup is absolutely delicious. Give it a try, and remember to utilize that freezer so you can stock up on healthy meals all season long.
Nom Nom paleo always takes their flavors to the next level. We discovered this soup a few years ago and have been enjoying it. If you love a thicker, heartier option, this stew is perfect. It can be made in an instant pot, crockpot, or right on your stove in a large pot.
6. Cream of Broccoli Soup (Vegan)
I discovered this soup when I created Vegan meal plans for clients. It has become one of my favorite recipes to share, and I was incredibly grateful to find it now that my son has dairy issues. You do not want to miss out on this flavorful soup.
I created this soup one night when we had limited ingredients in our house after a busy week of running around. Add a hard-boiled egg and eat it like a traditional ramen dish.
Soups are one of the best meal prep options because they can be made easily in a crockpot, instant pot, or over the stove. Soups freeze and store well for extended periods. Soups are an easy way to increase vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in our diet because we can pack them with bone broths and vegetables.
Happy Soup Season, everyone. I hope you enjoy some of these dishes with your family. Let us know what your favorite soup is!