Recipe Roundup: Soups, Stews & Chili

Recipe Roundups began on PBF as a way for me to highlight some of my favorite recipes that may have gotten lost in the shuffle of more than a few years of blogging. Today’s Recipe Roundup includes some of my favorite soup, stew and chili recipes!

With winter on its way out, I figured now was the time to share some of my go-to soup, stew and chili recipes before the warmer weather creeps in and hot soup for dinner is a thing of the past. If you’re looking for a recipe that simply screams cozy night in, look no further! I hope one of these recipes pop out at you and make you want to curl up on the couch at the end of a long day and relax with a hot bowl of flavorful soup.

Healthy Soup, Stew and Chili Recipes

Past Recipe Roundups include:

Recipe Roundup: Soups, Stews and Chili

Healthy Broccoli Cheese Soup

homemade chicken noodle

Crock Pot Carrot Ginger Soup

Roasted Red Pepper Chili

shrimp and vegetable soup

Summer Chili

Kale Soup 

Question of the Afternoon

  • What is your favorite kind of soup?


    • says

      Kris that’s so funny! I was scrolling down to say the same thing and saw your comment! I just made my first last week and posted about it today… How did I not know about vegetarian chili before? So. Good.


  1. says

    I love soup but I am soooo over winter and ready for some new meals for sure. I live in the Midwest and it’s 60+ today and then we are supposed to get snow tonight. Will this ever end? Thanks for the roundup if winter never ends I maybe making a lot more soup!


  2. says

    I love soup so much (even in the sweltering summertime). It’s the simplest meal, and it’s so easy to customize and get creative! I’ve only recently become a fan of chili, but the addition of roasted red peppers sounds like something I’d be all over. Also, just have to say that your carrot-ginger crockpot soup is now one my go-to favorites. It’s so easy–and the flavors are incredible. The husband loves it, too!


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