Fall is officially here; which means it’s time to get out the sweaters and add a few logs to the fireplace. Most importantly, however, it’s time for our favorite soups! While some are more popular than others, no soup outweighs the next. Chicken noodle is probably the one you hear about the most. Some people think it’s the best soup, while others say that potato soup is the better. Some even claim that wonton soup packs a punch for cold and flu season. No matter which soup you love, they all have one thing in common, they’re delicious and give you a comforting, warm feeling. Here are a few favorites we know you’ll love.

Fun Fact: All of these soups go perfectly with our freshly baked rolls or hearth-baked breads! Remember that each of these soups can be customized to fit you and your family.

potato & bacon soup

Creamy Potato Soup is a hearty meal that only takes a few ingredients to create. You’ll need russet potatoes, yellow onions, carrots, celery, chicken broth, sour cream, butter, milk, flour, salt, and pepper. The veggies, besides the potato, can be customized to your liking. You’re going to combine the veggies, chicken broth, salt, and pepper to cook. You know it’s done when the potatoes get soft. As the veggies cook, you’ll start the creamy part of the soup. This will be the butter, flour, and milk. After the cream has thickened and the potatoes are soft, you’ll comb the two, letting them cook together with the sour cream. You can top it off with ham, bacon, shredded cheddar cheese, and green onions or enjoy it on its own. For a full recipe, click here.

Broccoli Cheese Soup is a flavorful soup that can have the consistency of the creamy potato soup that’s a “dump and go” soup. You’ll need butter, onion, frozen broccoli, chicken broth, cheese, milk, garlic powder, cornstarch, and water. After that, you’ll combine the melted butter, cooked onion, broccoli, and chicken broth in a pot. Once the broccoli is tender, melt the cheese and start adding in the milk and garlic powder. Stir the cornstarch and the water together before adding it to the main pot. As you’re stirring, you’ll see the soup getting thicker. For a full recipe, click here.

broccoli cheddar soup
corn chowder soup

Chicken Corn Chowder is a lighter chowder soup, if you find that the traditional one is a little too heavy. It also has a little bit of a kick to it. You’ll need butter, onion, celery, jalapeno pepper, flour, milk, cream-style corn, frozen corn, thyme, salt, red pepper, and finally, roasted boneless, skinless chicken breasts. You start by melting the butter and combining the celery, onion, and jalapeno peppers. After it’s cooked for three minutes, add the flour, the milk, and the rest of the ingredients. Let everything boil so it can thicken up and enjoy. For a full recipe, click here.