Our 5 Best Autumn Soup Recipes

Here at URBAN eat, we cherish every season equally, and although many of us miss the Summer, there are some great reasons to be excited about the leaves turning and the nights drawing in.

Obviously we mean the food, and have decided it’s time to warm ourselves up with a steaming bowl of home-made autumn soup (when we aren’t munching our way through our delicious Burritos.)

There are so many weird and wonderful flavours of the stuff that we really did have to think about which soups we should recommend! But we have found some of our favourites which we have listed below, and would love to hear yours.

 

1. Pumpkin Soup

This delicious heart-warming autumn soup is designed to be both healthy and use up some of that pumpkin that you attacked in Halloween spirit. We have recommended this before in our Top 5 Pumpkin Recipes

 

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Source: goodtoknow.co.uk

 

2. Spiced Cauliflower Soup

This smooth and creamy delight of a soup is warming and soothing. Exactly what you need after a walk home in a flurry of wind – or rain, it always seems to rain at the moment…

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Source: theveganproject.com

 

3. Broccoli & Stilton Soup

The perfect all round dish, this autumn soup can be served as a starter or a main. Especially tasty served with crunchy fresh bread that’s toasted and smothered in butter too.

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Source: BBCgoodfood.com

 

4. Tomato Soup

Tomato soup is one of the most classic soups out there, and here is one of our favourite recipes. Perfect for when you missed the bus and had to wait the extra 10 minutes in the cold imagining you’re on a hot beach somewhere enjoying the sun.

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Source: jamieoliver.com

 

5. Scotch Broth with Winter Vegetables

There are many types of Broth out there, but the point is to use all the left overs in the fridge to make a wholesome autumn soup that deserves to have a warm and soft bread dunked in it. These soups are better left to simmer all day in a slow cooker to ensure maximum meat tenderness too.

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Source: jamieoliver.com

 

We hope you have enjoyed our favourite soups blog but if you feel you have an autumn soup we should know about – please let us know though Facebook or Twitter and we will be sure to try it.