4 Soup Recipes To Warm Up With This Fall

One of my favorite things about cooking in the fall has to be the soups and stews. I basically love everything from chili and vegetable soups to hearty bisques and chowders. You name it. It's pure comfort food.  However, after looking back over the last few years I haven't posted too many soup recipes (which is going to change this season because, duh). But, I will say that the recipes that I have actually shared are recipes that I make over and over again. They're sure fire ways to warm up on chilly fall nights and completely hit the spot. Oh, and did I mention that they're quick and easy to make? So if you're in a bind and not sure what to whip up for dinner, these are for you. 

Kale, Potato, Sausage, enough said. For me, this is the easiest way to make my kids eat kale because for some reason they don't even notice the giant green leaves floating around in this delicious, sausage infused chicken broth. This is by far one of my favorite soups to make and it only takes about 30 minutes from start to finish. Add white beans for a heartier soup. 
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This was my first stab at making Butternut squash soup and I am set on only using this recipe for all future editions of it. I swapped out milk and cream for cashew milk and it was delightful. Not feeling the all vegetable? Sprinkling cooked Italian sausage over the top is an amazing way to spice things up.
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Again, with the potato and sausage - this time with delicious, melty cheese. The pictures don't do this recipe any kind of justice so you're going to have to trust me on this mouth watering, lick-the-bowl-when-your-done recipe. I'm actually extremely tempted to whip this one up for dinner tonight. Hello, cheesy potato goodness. 

Forget the store bought stuff and make your own, it's actually really easy. Chances are you already have most of the ingredients in your fridge. 

What's your go-to soup or stew recipes for fall?