Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Fall Soup Swap {Iowa Blogger Style}




Soup season is officially underway and what better way to celebrate than with a soup swap? By now the weather might be cooling down in your area and the crock pot has been turned on a few times already. We don't always have soup real often at our house, but I'm hoping to incorporate such nights into our meal plans this fall and winter season.

I've gathered a few friends to host our own soup swap in just a couple weeks. Similar to my traditional freezer swaps but this time we've chosen to only prepare a soup. We're planning to meet at my house on a Sunday with our prepared recipes times four, that way everyone can go home with a different soup to try.

You could also plan a soup swap just as you would do for a holiday cookie exchange. Invite your friends and family to bring along a favorite soup, along with printed recipes and extra containers. Plan to provide small bowls and silverware for sampling the soups, along with crackers and bread for soaking up that wonderful goodness at the bottom of each bowl. Each guest can then fill their containers with soup to take home and enjoy with their families or stash in their freezer. I love my cookie swaps before Christmas, but I seriously can't wait to give this a try!

For today though, I've gathered a few of my blogger friends and have asked them to share some of their favorite seasonal soups. Anything from traditional classics like chicken noodle and chili to the drool worthy loaded baked potato and fiesta pork soup. You'll want to keep this close by as you're planning your menus out this fall and winter season...or perhaps planning your own soup swap.  Which one are you anxious to try first?


Stove-top Cassoulet

Pork and Barley Soup


Italian Veggie and Chicken Soup

Fiesta Pork Soup


Creamy Chicken and Rice Soup

Cheddar Bacon and Potato Soup

Taco Soup


Easy Chili

French Onion Soup

Zuppa Italiana Soup


Loaded Baked Potato Soup

Comforting Chicken Noodle Soup

Ham and Corn Chowder

4 comments:

  1. Everything looks great Stephanie! Thanks for including my Loaded Baked Potato Soup!

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  3. They all seem very delicious, but what is the most fat free among all? I love soups, but I'm trying to lose some weight and I don't want to eat anything too fatty. My work is about sitting and reading dozens of companies reviews so I just can't allow myself to eat something with a lot of fats.

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