Blue Ribbon Healthy Other Soup Recipes


Halloween Pumpkin Soup With Smoked Bacon

By Racquel Sweeney
It's hard to believe it, but up a few years ago you'd have had a difficult...

State Champion Chili Made Easy

By Martha Ray Deen
This chili has the makings of a champion, but it's so simple! You can modify the...

Asian Noodle Soup

By Karla Everett
This soup is quick and easy to make when you have left over meat. I used...

Tomato Florentine Soup

By Steve Young
This recipe was shared with members of my home church by Margaret DeMoville, and it's one...

Creamy Vegan Asparagus Soup

By Chiara Cyr
This recipe is so good, it's hard to believe that it's completely vegan. One thing...

Lee's Lobster Bisque

By Lee Paige
Someone I know loved this soup, so I went into a seafood restaurant and asked for...

Traditional Irish Stew

By Melanie Campbell
Then hurrah for an Irish Stew That will stick to your belly like glue.

Vegan Chili

By Tasha Kaye
Feel free to visit my clean eating, vegan recipe blog! www.thecleaneatingmama.com XxOo Tasha

Chilled Cantaloupe, Mango and Peach Soup

By Pam Ellingson
I used to make this chilled soup during the summers when I worked with my mother...

Gazpacho

By Laura Roy
This recipe is from my mother and it has always been a summer favorite. It keeps...

Chicken Chili Verde

By Tamra Miller
I have always made my chili verde with pork, but my family loves chicken, and it...

Italian Minestrone

By Debra Freeman
I love soup. This is a delicious one and, as an added bonus, it is healthy...

Shut the FFFront Door - Sausage Chicken Jambalaya

By Sue Weaver
My family loves this dish. It's great on weekends when everyone is watching college or pro...

Awaken the Passion Mushroom Soup

By Jeremy Martin
If you're looking for something new and exciting to serve at a romantic dinner, forget about...

Hoppin' John A New Year Tradition - Dee Dee's

By Diane Atherton
As long as I can remember, we had black-eyed peas & greens on New Year's Day. Throughout...

Hot and Sour Soup

By Fran Say
The secret to this soup is ground white pepper. Add more or less to your taste!

Chicken & Andouille Gumbo

By Donna Graffagnino
Everyone has their own way of making chicken and sausage gumbo, and this is my version....

The Best Green Chile Pork... Ever

By Ashley Burnam
(I have recently changed this recipe to make it less work- heck yes) I had a dish...

Comforting Cabbage-Sausage Stew

By Pat Morris
Soups and stews are so comforting - especially when you aren't feeling up to par. ...

Cream of Chicken and Wild Rice Soup

By Carolyn Parke
Simple and so good. I get asked to make this all the time.

Spicy Gazpacho

By Sandra McGrath
Lately it seems as though more nutritionists have been touting the healing and health benefits of...

Chunky Shrimp Gazpacho

By Roxane R.
My family first enjoyed this tasty dish when invited to a friend's private island in the...

Tuscany Minestrone Lagulli

By Janet Iagulli
One day when I was a little girl of 7, my grandmother from Palermo Italy stayed...

Grilled Watermelon Gazpacho

By George Levinthal
This is the perfect starter for a summer's dinner or a lunch meal. It's cool and...
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